An IMU stabilized gimbal capable of handling the RIEGL VQ- 780 II-S series, and VQ680 series!

Riegl STABBOT Mount

Introducing the new Reigl STABBOT Mount, designed exclusively for the Riegl 1560. The STABBOT, is able to fit into a standard 19 in (49 cm) camera hole. Our system offers simultaneous compensation of: 15° roll, 12° pitch, and 45° yaw, which is made possible by the low axis of rotation, located nearly outside of the aircraft. The mount has a max correction reaction speed of 15° per second and the typical residual deviation from vertical is kept to less than 0.015°. Our STABBOT accomodates a variety of FMS and IMU interfaces, including Track'Air, IGI, all GNSS / IMU, and more.

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Do you have different equipment than we are showing? Since we manufacture our equipment onsite, most of our systems can be reconfigured, and we can create a custom mount configuration to fit your equipment. Contact us for a quotation.


Weighing in at 80 lbs (36 kg), the STABBOT can support a payload of up to 330 lbs (150 kg), and is built to RTCA DO-160-G standards. The Riegl STABBOT mount conforms to CE, and FCC regulation, and is crash resistance tested up to 15G. The mount power consumption is rated at 28V DC, averaging 50W, and peaking at 250W.

  • The lowered center of rotation enables smaller aircraft portals and expanded range of motion over competing mounts
  • External Control Box; box attachment option to be retrofitted to mount side
  • No internal MEMS IMU (uses sensor-supplied high-accuracy IMU)
  • Field-service/replaceable parts. A diagnostic is run via a remote session and the replacement parts are sent overnight.
  • 4 Year Manufacturer's Warranty
  • Complimentary 2 Year Maintenance when returned to the Lead'Air facility in Kissimmee Florida
  • Deliverable in 9 to 12 weeks depending on current production level

Designed and built in the USA, the field servicable, stabalized STABBOT mount is like no other aerial survey sensor system. The STABBOT mount is a 3-axis gimbal system with first of its kind Central Oculus Pivoting cababilities. This patent pending design enables any sensor the flexibility of extended roll, pitch, and yaw (drift), which is not currently available with any sensor in the marketplace. The STABBOT mount is a large-sensor stabalization device that is ready for installation in any aircraft. This mount has the ability to move along the floor, left-right and forward-backward, to prevent the field fo view from being cut off by the sides of the camera well.

This robust mount benefits from Lead'Airs in-house engineering, allowing us to customize the unit to fit your precise needs. Agile, smooth, and accurate, the STABBOT mount fits seemlesly into your workflow, providing quality assurance through reliable image capture performance under all circumstances. Designed for the mounting of large and or heavy sensors (up to 330lbs / 150kg), the mount is stabilized in all three axis. Movement of the aricraft thus fully compensated, assuring proper, orthogonal alignment of the sensor at all times during flight.

Technical Specifications

Standard 20-inch (51cm) Camera Hole Performances
Roll Compensation -15° to +15°
Pitch Compensation -20° to +20°
Yaw Compensation -50° to +50°
Max Roll + Max Pitch + Max Yaw Possible
Altitude Control IMU
Max Correction Reaction Speed 15° per Second
Typical Residual Deviation from Vertical <0.2°
Weight 130lbs. (77kg)
FMS Interface X-Track and Programmable API
IMU Interface Applanix, Novatel and others using NMEA
Voltage 22 to 30 VDC
Power Consumption at 28V DC Average: 15A, 270W Peak: 20A, 360W
Operating Temperatures 0°C to +55°C
Storage Temperatures -40°C to +85°C
Payload 110 lbs. / 50kg
Standards RTCA DO-160-G
Conformity CE, FCC
Crash Resistance Calculated 9G



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