Zenmuse H20T

Zenmuse H20T

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Multi-sensor payloads that bring a whole new meaning to mission efficiency. Welcome to DJI's first hybrid sensor solution - the Zenmuse H20 Series.

Zoom Camera

20 MP, 23x Zoom

Wide Camera

12 MP, 82.9 deg DFOV

Radiometric Thermal Camera

640x512 px

Laser RangeFinder

1200 m Max Range

Operating Temperature

-20C to 50C

Weather & Rain

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The DJI Zenmuse H20T is DJI's first hybrid sensor solution, the "T" model, compared to the regular Zenmuse H20 includes a fourth sensor which a 640x512 thermal sensor. In addition to the thermal sensor, the H20T model features the same sensors as the H20 model which consist of a 20 MP zoom camera with a 23X hybrid optical zoom, a 12 MP wide camera with a 1/2" CMOS sensor, and a laser rangefinder with up to a 3/4 mile range. The H20 is the ultimate match for the DJI Matrice 300 RTK. This quadruple sensor solution brings a whole new meaning to efficiency and its fully integrated design provides unprecedented aerial capabilities to a wide range of unmanned applications.

All of the Sensors You Need - In One

Wide Camera: 12 MP 1/2.3" CMOS (24mm Focal Length, 82.9° DFOV)
Zoom Camera: 20 MP 1/1.7" CMOS (23x Hybrid Optical Zoom, 200x max zoom)
Laser RangeFinder: 3/4 mile (1200m) Range
Radiometric Thermal Camera: 640x512, 30Hz (40.6° DFOV)

The Zenmuse H20T empowers operators with high-magnification zoom once a target is recognized using the wide camera view/sensor. The laser rangefinder provides distance and location information of a subject which can be mission critical information in many applications such as search and rescue, inspection, and more.

Laser ranging can measure the distance of objects within the measurement range (up to 3/4 mile), and displays the distance from the aircraft, relative height, and GPS position of the measured object.

Accurate temperature management functionality on the H20T is made available by its radiometric thermal imaging capabilities. This functionality enables operators to take real-time precise temperature readings and monitor temperatures of subjects on a job site or critical infrastructure assets. Spot Metering and Area Measurement features allow you to tap a subject point on the screen and receive an instant surface temperature reading, while Area Measurement requires that you select an area (by drawing a subject box on the screen) and the lowest, highest and average temperature of the area will be displayed.

Thermal images captured using the Zenmuse H20T are saved in R-JPEG format which embeds the image's temperature data and information. Using the DJI Thermal Analysis Tool you can measure and evaluate temperatures when preparing reports, or adjust imaging parameters such as Emissivity and Reflected Temp.

Additional Features of the Zenmuse H20T

  • IP44 Rating
  • -4°F to 122°F operating temperature
  • Active image stabilization and EIS
  • Night scene mode
  • Temp Alarm
  • Isotherms
  • Color Palettes
  • Gain Modes
  • R-JPEG Images

Zenmuse H20T Intelligent Camera Functions

Click to Aim: No more having to waste time trying to use your gimbal yaw and tilt controls, simply double-click on the point of interest and your camera/gimbal will automatically move to the point of interest.

Smart Track: Identify and follow moving subjects like people, vehicles, and boats with the auto-zoom function, while continuously acquiring the subject’s dynamic location.

High-Res Grid Photo: This function allows you to take an overview photo using the wide camera sensor, and using the zoom camera, a set of 20 MP images will be captured of the grid area. This allows you to efficiently be able to observe a subject and easily be able to view the subject in greater detail.

Night Scene: This is a similar function to what we previously had on DJI's Zenmuse Z30 camera with IR cut. In Night Scene Mode you can simply turn on an IR filter on the zoom camera/sensor which provides great vision benefits in low-light environments.