EPSILON 175

 Four sensor gyro-stabilized gimbal with MWIR, EO, LRF and Illuminator

Key Features

• Smallest 4 sensor MWIR gimbal with long range continuous zoom capability
• Exceptional imaging performance with 720p HD video at 30 fps
• 15x continuous optical zoom MWIR with 1.5° nFOV
• Ultimate stability at 30x optical zoom (+4x digital)
• Most powerful in class onboard processor
• Integrated high precision GPS/INS
• Moving Map Software
• MISB compliant video stream with KLV metadata
• Direct Drive Stabilization
• Supper rugged design
• ITAR-free product for maximum exportability


Epsilon 175 is the smallest four-sensor MWIR gimbal that combines cutting-edge sensor technology and high accuracy of geo-location and moving map software. Providing high quality video with ultimate stability even at 30x optical zoom for daylight camera and up to 15x continuous optical zoom for MWIR camera, it enables the system to operate in any lighting conditions. Its robust structure is optimized for handling very demanding conditions, including shock during landing and rapid acceleration during takeoff.

Onboard Image Processing


Epsilon 175 is capable of detecting its target day and night from the distance of up to 14 km*. Its superior image quality combined with exceptional stabilization performance makes it a perfect solution for detecting and identifying targets at long range. The onboard processing leads to a rock-solid target tracking performance and eliminates communication latency issues. Epsilon 175 requires lower bandwidth datalinks and high-quality video stream along with snapshots can be stored in HD quality onboard.
* DRI Calculation for MWIR sensor according to Johnsons Criteria, NATO target

Target Tracking


The new generation Epsilon 175 is capable of hands-free tracking of moving objects day and night. Once the operator allocates the target and zooms in, regardless of the aircraft movement direction, the onboard processor holds the target in center of the video screen. Epsilon 175 is capable of identification from significantly longer distances than other systems of this size and weight.

Rugged, Lightweight, and Environmentally Sealed


Epsilon 175 is IP64 rated, so can be operated in any conditions. Its environmentally sealed construction will protect electronics from dust and heavy rain. Advanced aluminium structure is very robust and optimized for demanding applications were the gimbal needs to handle shock and rapid accelerations. Epsilon 175 can handle routine parachute recoveries, net recoveries, belly landings and catapult launches with ease.

Direct Drive Stabilization


Direct drive torque motor stabilization produces stable video even at 30x optical zoom or up to 1.3° vertical field of view.

Four Sensors


Epsilon 175 is available with multiple sensors, including global shutter HD daylight sensor with resolution of 1280×720p, high sensitivity 640p x 512p cooled MWIR sensor with a unique 18 - 275 mm, F5.5 lens, laser rangefinder as well as laser illuminator.

Electronic Video Stabilization


Electronic stabilization with roll correction removes the high frequency jitter often found on small unmanned aircraft platforms. This significantly reduces the operator workload and allows to concentrate on the mission objective.

H.264 Internal Encoder


The video is encoded with H.264 compression format to support IP datalink options and to reduce datalink system bandwidth requirement.

ITAR-free


Epsilon 175 is non–ITAR product for maximum exportability and is available worldwide.

Plug and Play


Simply connect the Epsilon 175 to a power, network and serial communication cable – and it’s ready to use. No need for any additional time-consuming integration.

Product Specification

 



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