Gremsy 2-Axis Gimbal for Enterprise

2-axis gimbal GremsyGremsy has introduced the T3V3, a 2-axis gimbal solution for the enterprise, offering a smaller, lightweight solution with longer flight times.

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Weighing just 750 grams (about 26 ounces) with a payload capacity of 1700 grams (about 3.75 pounds) the T3V3 offers the image quality needed for industrial applications, with the longer flight times that a smaller form factor enables.

For some applications, the 2-axis gimbal offers particular advantages.  A front-mounted, 2-axis gimbal is ideal for inspections in tight spaces, like the underside of a bridge; providing users with an unobstructed view from top to bottom.  See the front-mounted gimbal in action, in this explainer video from Acecore.

Like most Gremsy systems, the T3V3 is highly adaptable, and ready for use with multiple drone platforms.  “Fully supporting MAVLink protocol and enables connections to the most widely used drone systems available today, the two-axis T3V3 is ready to fly with drones using CubePilot, PX4, and more,” says the company announcement.

The two-axis T3V3 comes with both bottom mount and front mount options.  With the bottom mount option, the gimbal can be readily installed under the aircraft using the standard T3V3 damping system. (Some drones with short-landing gear may require a dampening adaptor, although this depends on your specific setup.)

Gremsy 2-axis gimbal

With front mounting option, the two-axis T3V3 damping system will be custom-made to fit your drone platform.

Gremsy 2-axis gimbal

The two-axis T3V3 also provides advanced I/O connections for USB-C, HDMI, AUX, COM, POWER to facilitate communication between the gimbal and your camera, drone, and remote controller.  The T3V3 is available now: contact Gremsy for pricing and product data sheet.

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Miriam McNabb

Miriam McNabb is the Editor-in-Chief of DRONELIFE and CEO of JobForDrones, a professional drone services marketplace, and a fascinated observer of the emerging drone industry and the regulatory environment for drones. Miriam has penned over 3,000 articles focused on the commercial drone space and is an international speaker and recognized figure in the industry.  Miriam has a degree from the University of Chicago and over 20 years of experience in high tech sales and marketing for new technologies.
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