Zenmuse XT Radiometric

DJI

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View A Whole New World

The Zenmuse XT series combines the aerial technology of DJI with the thermal imaging technology of FLIR to create the perfect aerial thermal solution for users across all industries. Aerial thermal imagery has never been so easy to view thanks to DJI’s revolutionary Zenmuse XT thermal camera series.



Accurate Temperature Measurements

 With FLIR’s highly advanced thermal camera technology pilots are provided with high sensitivity (50mK) thermal imaging at 640/30 fps or 336/30 fps varying between camera models. As well, each camera is compatible with four different lens options. 

Thermal Imager Uncooled VOx Microbolometer
FPA/Digital Video Display Formats 336x256
Pixel Pitch 17 μm
Full Frame Rate 30Hz
Exportable Frame Rates <9Hz 
Sensitivity (NEdT) <50 mK at f/1.0
Photo Formats JPEG (8 bit) / TIFF (14 bit)
Video Format MP4
Digital Zoom 2x, 4x
Lens Options 6.8mm, 9mm, 13mm, 19mm


Precise Temperature Measurement

The DJI Zenmuse Radiometry camera provides extremely precise temperature measurement accuracy. Controlling the Zenmuse XT camera series is very user-friendly. Users can simply tap on their display screen to view the temperature of that area. Users can additionally select an area to have the app calculate the highest, lowest, or average temperature of the given area. Video and imagery can also be captured in TIFF format so operators can accurately analyze the exact temperature of each pixel.

Full App Control

Through the DJI Go app, users can view low latency, real-time video and easily control their Zenmuse XT camera. With the app, users can choose between single or interval shooting modes, take photos while recording video, set various camera settings, and more.

Limitless Commercial Purposes 

With the ability to view what was once invisible to the naked eye, industries across the world can take advantage of aerial thermal technology to improve efficiencies and keep workers safe. Thermal imagery can be used in industries including search and rescue, firefighting, law enforcement, construction, energy, and more.