Optical Flow Sensor

TopXGun optical flow sensor is mainly used for visual positioning, which can make the unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) to achieve precise positioning and stable flight hovering in the absence of the GPS signal.

Optical Flow Sensor

Optical Flow SensorOverview

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The optical flow sensor can capture and analyze the image in real-time, and obtain the position and movement of the aircraft. The measuring height range reaches 0.5 meters ~10 meters, and the speed measuring accuracy is high. The precise positioning and hovering can be realized.

Perfect match with TopXGun flight controller

When using together with flight controller, users only need to get the optical flow sensor inserted into the corresponding port, and the installation is very simple. After the installation of optical flow, the UAV can fly in indoor and other environments, further expanding the scope of use of UAVs.

Superior performance

The optical flow sensor can capture and analyze the image in real-time, and obtain the position and movement of the aircraft. The measuring height range reaches 0.5 meters ~10 meters, and the speed measuring accuracy is high. The precise positioning and hovering can be realized.

Adapt to various environments

The extension of optical flow sensor uses a 3 million pixel wide aperture night vision camera, a sensor with low illuminance, high sensitivity and high dynamic with a fast response speed and a fine image presentation which can still work in a weak light environment. It has a more extensive scope of application.

Optical Flow SensorTechnical Parameter

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Main parameter index

Size 32 mm x 29mm
Power consumption 115mA / 5V
Working range 0.5m~10.0mheight
Lens performance 3 million pixel high definition lens
Image sensor resolution 752×480
Measurement of speed and accuracy Speed range 1.5m/s, accuracy 15cm/s (sufficient illumination, 1m in height ); Speed range 0.6m/s, accuracy 6cm/s (insufficient illumination, 1m in height );
(The speed range is directly proportional to the height, the accuracy is inversely proportional to the height, and the speed range differs from the accuracy by 10 times.)