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Multirotor drone: thermal infrared behaviour
02-27-2017, 07:54 AM
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Multirotor drone: thermal infrared behaviour
Drone thermal infrared behaviour

Testing the thermal infrared behaviour of the RTK modules (2 GPS antennas forming a baseline) and the triple autopilot system (3 GPS antennas). More than 45ºC would be out of working temperature specifications
Some nylon alloys and Polyamide Glass-Filled (PA-GF) can protect properly any drone component against high temperaturas since they have a Thermal Resistance up to 110°C
See the thermogram here: https://plus.google.com/photos/photo/105...?icm=false
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01-12-2018, 02:15 PM
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RE: Multirotor drone: thermal infrared behaviour
I'd say during normal operations of the sUAS the airflow from both the exposed environment and prop wash would help cool and manage the components. So it doesn't surprise me you are getting those readings in a closed room when no wind to cool the units down.
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