The Gremsy T3V3: HDMI quick release, stronger motor, and more.
Vietnam-based Gremsy, manufacturers of quality gimbals for the professional market, announce their latest gimbal version today. Designed for widespread use, the Gremsy T3 is already one of the most popular gimbals used in inspections, mapping, and other commercial applications. It supports a wide range of cameras and massive payloads.
“From now on, every mission should be a cinch,” says Gremsy. “With the latest version, we’ve simplified even more, with some fine-tuning for easier setup and use – making the T3 a flawless version to satisfy the most demanding users.”
With all the best features of the previous version, the new T3 offers even more advanced features that commercial users require. The performance of the product is significantly improved to meet the stricter flight requirements. But even with improved functionality and better motor power, the new gimbal still has a compact size: weighing 2.65 lbs for a maximum payload of 3.7 lbs.
What makes T3V3 a compelling option is the onboard HDMI and AUX ports on the gimbal, which allow clean and more straightforward setup as well as ensuring convenient operation of gimbal without dangling cables. Through the built-in 14.5V Power Regulator in Hyper Quick Release, the new T3 performs better than ever with up to 20% stronger motor power. (Notice for users: T3V3 provides 14.5 V output (2A max) to power camera and accessories instead of 12V output as the previous version.)
Plug & play installation is even easier: and built-in Bluetooth functionality helps users conveniently control the gimbal via smartphone, tablet, or other suitable devices. T3V3 is still compatible with Pixhawk FC to support its autonomous flight inspection system. It can be controlled via Lightbridge 2 when using A3/N3 FC, and be used with multiple RC such as SBUS, PPM, or SPECTRUM.
With Gremsy T3, adapting to various aerial missions has never been so fast and straightforward. You can find additional information about the Gremsy T3 HERE.
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