FoxFury Lighting Solutions has announced the launch of the Made in USA D10 lights for small format drones. The D10 is an ultra-lightweight, small format drone light that meets global night flight requirements.
The D10 improves image capture quality and features:
• Battery Life of 30 – 80 minutes
• Rechargeable LiPo Battery System
• 2 Modes (high & strobe)
• 200 Lumens
The D10 is compact and lightweight to increase flight time and prevent sensor obstruction. The light is visible from 3 statute miles away, and when the D10 is used indoors with low light, it produces enough light for the drone to navigate safely.
“FoxFury leads the industry with made in the USA lighting products. The emergence of sUAS legislation was the driving factor for us to manufacture a line of drone lights that are made in the USA and trade compliant,”
said Mario Cugini, CEO, FoxFury Lighting Solutions.
The FoxFury D10 is compatible for small format drones, including:
• Parrot Anafi, Anafi Thermal and Anafi USA
• Autel Evo and Evo II
• DJI Mavic Mini
• DJI Mavic Air and Mavic Air 2
• DJI Mavic and Mavic 2
The FoxFury D10 is approved for use on the Autel and Parrot drones. Custom saddles are available for the Evo and Evo II, allowing for up to 7 – D10 lights to be added. Custom saddles are also available for use on the Parrot Anafi, Anafi Thermal, and Anafi USA drones, where up to 3 lights can be added. The use of multiple D10 lights enables the camera to have improved imaging capabilities and greater sight distances for capturing decision-making information. Multiple lights also assist drone optical sensors for landing and object avoidance.
The D10 enables the prosumer and enterprise drones to be used for many applications, including general night flight, internal tactical operations, and search and rescue.
Source: Press Release
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