DJI Mavic 3 Thermal (M3T) Technical Specifications
The DJI Mavic 3 Thermal (M3T) is DJI’s smallest thermal imager with high-resolution thermal and imaging cameras. A 640 x 512 pixel resolution infrared sensor coupled with centimetre-level RTK positioning provides accurate thermal mapping.
Mavic 3T’s thermal and zoom cameras support 28x continuous side-by-side zoom for easy comparison. DJI Mavic 3T drones are highly preferred for surveying solar power plants. You can save time and cost by having a PV inspection with thermal drones.
The Mavic 3T thermal camera has a resolution of 640×512 and supports temperature measurement, high temperature alerts, colour palettes and isotherms to help you find hot spots in PV panels and make quick decisions. Especially suitable for emergency services and inspection missions, the rapidly deployable DJI Mavic 3T has powerful imaging capabilities.
A 45-minute flight time allows you to cover more area in each solar power plant inspection to survey up to 2 kilometres in a single flight. The DJI Mavic 3 Thermal is a next-generation multi-sensor, lightweight and compact commercial drone.
Mavic 3T supports visual data collection, including hybrid zoom and high-resolution thermal. Mavic 3 Thermal has advanced safety features, including obstacle detection and navigation systems, and is equipped with a robust transmission system.
DJI Mavic 3T Specifications
- Versatile Data Acquisition: Thermal data from solar power plants, wide and hybrid zoom
- Wide Camera: 48MP
- Tele Camera 12MP; 56x hybrid zoom
- Lightweight, compact and portable: 920g body
- Long battery life: 45 minutes maximum flight time for PV panel inspection
- Accessories (sold separately): RTK Module; speaker; D-RTK 2 Mobile Station high precision GNSS receiver.
DJI M3T Drone
Provides versatile data collection in PV inspection. Collects visual and thermal data with the M3T for solar power plant inspection. Mavic 3 is ideal for public safety, PV inspection and night operations.
With simultaneous split-screen zoom, M3T’s thermal and zoom cameras support 28× continuous side-by-side digital zoom for easy comparison.
- ½-inch CMOS, 48MP
- 24 mm Equivalent Focal Length
- ½-inch CMOS, 12MP
- 162mm Equivalent Focal Length
- Hybrid zoom up to 56x
- Uncooled VOx Microbolometer
- 640×512 – 30Hz
- 40mm Equivalent Focal Length
- 61° Screen Field of View (DFOV)
- Thermal Information: Point and field temperature, high temperature warnings, colour palettes, isotherms
Mavic 3 Thermal Data Security
Mavic 3T offers state-of-the-art security features to protect the integrity of photos, videos and other data captured during PV plant inspections.
The DJI Mavic 3T is compatible with a range of enterprise-grade accessories that enhance the effectiveness of every drone mission. These accessories are available separately.
RTK Module: Provides enhanced georeferencing accuracy with support for network RTK, private network RTK services and D-RTK 2 Mobile Station.
How many versions of the DJI Mavic 3 Enterprise Series are there? What are the differences between them?
The DJI Mavic 3 Enterprise series currently includes two versions: DJI Mavic 3E and DJI Mavic 3T.
The DJI Mavic 3E is equipped with a 20MP wide-angle camera with 4/3 CMOS and a tele camera to provide powerful imaging capability.
The DJI Mavic 3T is equipped with a 48MP wide-angle camera with 1/2-inch CMOS, a tele camera and a thermal camera to provide thermal imaging in solar power plants.
What should I consider when using a thermal camera for solar power plant inspection?
Do not expose the thermal camera lenses to strong energy sources such as laser beams. Otherwise, the drone’s camera sensor may burn and cause permanent damage. After the inspection of solar power plants, faulty panels should be corrected and thermal inspection should be performed again, is the reason for this is that the errors continue? Are the faults in the panels completely eliminated?
Thermal inspection of photovoltaic panels is the most rational method. It saves cost and time by allowing you to check PV panels without switching them off.
If you are having trouble finding the cause of the decrease in the power of the solar power plant, contact us for a thermal inspection of the plant area. Visit the website to learn more about “DJI M30T Drone Use in Solar Power Plants“