TR-STAMP

TR-STAMP

Triple Sensor LRF Stabilized Miniature Payload

 

TR-STAMP Multi Sensor Payload (Cooled Infrared IR x7 Continuous Optical Zoom, CCD x10 Continuous Optical Zoom, Laser Rangefinder LRF, Optional Laser Pointer)

 
The TR-STAMP payload is a small, lightweight, electro-optical, gyro-stabilized, airborne payload which is designed to be carried by a UAV or aircraft, for tactical "Over-the-Hill" reconnaissance in daylight and / or at night. The STAMP payloads, provide UAVs and aircraft with the image quality of large UAV payloads all in one miniature camera system.
 
The STAMP payloads can operate in the following modes:
  • Observations Mode (Joystick Rate Mode)
  • Inertial Target Tracking Mode.
  • Hold Coordinate Mode (optional).
  • Point to Coordinate Mode (optional).
  • Scan / Mosaic Mode (optional).
 

MAIN FEATURES

•  EO/IR/LRF.
•  Gyro-stabilized image independent of platform maneuvers and vibrations.
•  Three (3) Gimbal System.
•  Multi Sensors:
     -  IR Cooled, 3-5 µm, Continuous Optical Zoom Lens.
     -  LRF. 
     -  CCD TV, Continuous Optical Zoom Lens. 
     -  Laser Pointer (optional).
•  Weight - 6.3 kg nominal.
•  Diameter- 8” (20.3 cm).
•  Mounting flexibility:
    -  Horizontal - Nose Mount.
    -  Vertical - Belly or Top Mount.
•  Stabilization at the NADIR point.
•  One (1) LRU.
•  INS/GPS.
•  Symbology on video.
 
 

VARIETY OF CONFIGURATIONS

  • TR-STAMP Triple Sensor Payload (Cooled Infrared IR x7 Continuous Optical Zoom or Uncooled Infrared IR x4 Continuous Optical Zoom and CCD x10 Continuous Optical Zoom)
  • TR-STAMP Multi Sensor Payload (Cooled Infrared IR x7 Continuous Optical Zoom, CCD x10 Continuous Optical Zoom, Laser Rangefinder LRF, Optional Laser Pointer)

APPLICATIONS

Stabilized miniature payloads for surveillance and reconnaissance on a variety of Air Vehicles:
  • Small UAVs
  • VTOLs
  • UAVs
  • Small Manned Aircraft
  • Aerostats
  • Tactical Observation Balloons

 

Read about the STAMP family of small UAV Cameras

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