The R10C is an E384/6 mapping sensor package that makes data collection and post-processing quicker and easier. The R10C has no power timeout, so the camera will remain on for the entire duration of the flight. The R10C is available as a system with the Event 38 Companion Computer or PPK GNSS Receivers. Paired with the Companion Computer, its images will be automatically geotagged in flight and saved to an external thumb drive. With a PPK GPS receiver, the image timestamps will be saved directly into the RINEX file for post-processing.
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- XT60 Power Input for 8-25.4V Power Source
- Trigger Cable Requires 5V Digital Pulse to Shoot (Pixhawk Compatible)
- Max Resolution: 5456 x 3632 (20.1 MP)
- Sensor Size: APS-C (23.2 x 15.4 mm)
- Factor Set to 1/1600th Shutter Speed for Aerial Shooting
- Continuous Shooting Refresh Rate: 2.4s Average
- Weight: 266g (With Lens)
- Power Adapter
- Trigger Cable
- 16GB Class 10 Micro SD Card
- Companion Computer
- PPK Feedback & Reach Integration Cables
- Hatch Mount
The Companion Computer automatically applies geotags to the images in flight. Geotag data is saved directly into the EXIF data of each image file as well as to a separate text log file for easy importing into post-processing software. The images are also transferred automatically from the camera’s SD card to a separate USB thumb drive. Because the camera is also powered directly from the aircraft battery, it does not need to ever be removed from the aircraft.
- Adds 72g
PPK Feedback and Reach Integration Cables
The R10C can be modified for compatibility with Emlid Reach PPK GPS receivers. This option includes the modification to the R10C camera, a software utility for converting the RINEX file to image geotags, and an all-in-one wire harness for triggering the camera from Pixhawk and integrating with the Emlid Reach. See our case study on accuracy results with the Emlid Reach.
The Hatch Mount secures the R10C to the aircraft’s body using a 1/4-20 thumb screw and provides a moving hatch cover to protect the camera lens for landing. The hatch cover is controlled by an included servo. The autopilot must provide commands to open and close the servo at the appropriate times.
- Adds 120g