Parrot Bebop-Pro Thermal is a quadcopter that allows architects, builders, roofers and real estate agencies to safely carry out inspections with its 2 embedded cameras.
This easy to use and accessible solution enables you to make videos and take pictures of buildings and roofs in visual or thermal images, quickly providing an overview and identifying major thermal losses.
The new FreeFlight Thermal mobile app provides live streaming and recording of both the visual and thermal images on a smartphone or tablet connected to Parrot Skycontroller 2.
- RGB camera Full HD 1080p
- Thermal imaging: FLIR One Pro thermal imaging camera
- Battery life: 25 minutes flying time (with Power Battery)
- Internal memory: 32 GB Extended memory
- Max horizontal speed: 16 m/s
- Weight: 604g / 1.33 lb with the FLIR ONE Pro camera
- Range: up to 2km with Parrot Skycontroller 2 in an interference free and unobstructed environment
Front RGB Camera:
- Sensor: CMOS 14 MP
- Optical: 180° fish-eye lens
- Video stabilizer: 3-axis digital system
- Video resolution: 1920 x 1080p (30fps)
- Photo resolution: 4096 x 3072 pixels
- Photo format: JPEG, RAW, DNG
- Wi-Fi 802.11a/b/g/n/ac
- Wifi MIMO Dual band 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz
- 500g / 1.1 lb
- Dimensions : 200 x 180 x 110 mm
- 2 joysticks
- 8 shortcut buttons
- Li-Po battery: 2700 mAh
- Battery life: 240 minutes
- USB plug
- WiFi MIMO antennas
- Thermal resolution: 160x120
- Visual resolution: 1440x1080
- HFOV / VFOV: 55 ° ± 1 ° / 43 ° ± 1 °
- Frame rate: 8.7Hz
- Scene dynamic range: -20 °C to 400 °C (-4 °F to 752 °F)
- Accuracy: ±3 °C (5.4 °F) or ±5%, typical Percent of the difference between ambient and scene temperature. Applicable 60s after start-up when the unit is within 15 °C to 35 °C (59 °F to 95 °F) and the scene is within 5 °C to 120 °C (41 °F to 248 °F)
- Size: 68mm W x34mm H x14mm D (2.7in x 1.3in x .6in)
- Weight: 36.5g
Important Safety Information
- You must operate this aircraft in your line–of–sight in daylight. Do not let it get too far away from you.
- You must not fly closer than 30 metres to vehicles, boats, buildings or people.
- You must not fly over any populous area, such as beaches, other people’s backyards, heavily populated parks, or sports ovals where there is a game in progress.
- If you are in controlled airspace, which covers most Australian cities, you must not fly higher than 400 feet (120 metres).
- You should not fly within 5.5km of an airfield.
- It’s illegal to fly for money or economic reward unless you have an Remotely Piloted Aircraft Operating Certificate (ReOC) or are flying in accordance with the Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA) guidelines (More info: CASA Commercial RPA Use).