Maritime Drone for Safe & Clean Seas

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Description

A combination of firefighting Drone & for the Maritime security,environmental surveillance,emergencies,disaster rescue,ship & cargo inspection,oil spill tracking
Version: ORAIA 160S
Wheelbase: 1600mm
Take-off Weight: 5.8kg(exclude battery)
Max Take-off Weight: 20kg(including battery)
Flight Time: 110 min. (no payload)
Max Lifting Speed: 5m/s
Max Wind Resistance: 13.8m/s
Battery: 4x 6s 16000mah(li-ion battery)
Pixhawk 2.1 Standard Set with Here 2 GNSS
Modular design, with flexibility on choice of carrier boards
Robust DF17 Interface connectors give enhanced drop and shock resistence
Triple redundancy IMU system
Isolated and temperature-controlled IMU

ORAIA DA16+ 16-Channel Radio Controller

Transmission Distance: 5km
Working Frequency: 2.4 GHz
Channel: 16 Channel
Bluetooth Pairing Password: 1234
Admin Password: 8888Controller:Size: 194.5×172.5x114mm
Weight: 610g
Battery: 4000 mAh 1S Lipo
Charging: Micro USB 5V 2AReceiver:Signal Output: 16-channel S.Bus, 9-channel PPM/PWM
FC Connecting Port: UART
Size: 49x26x14mm
Weight: 22g
Antenna Gain: 5dBi
Working Voltage: 5V-8.4V
Working Temperature: -10℃-55℃

 

ORAIA 160S Pixhawk Combo
-1x ORAIA 160S Frame
-6x T-MOTOR U8II KV85 Motor
-6x T-MOTOR Flame 60A ESC
-3x Foxtech Supreme C/F Propeller 2880T
-1x Pixhawk 2.1 Standard Set with Here 2 GNSS
-1x DA16S Radio Controller
-1x Assembling, tuned and Flying Test Service.Terms & ConditionsDelivery Time:Up to 3 weeks and only for Australia,Canada,E.U,New Zealand,U.S.A.Shipping:FREE Economy International Shipping.
International items may be subject to customs processing and additional charges.
Seller ships within 5 days after receiving cleared payment.Payments:All major Credit & Debit Cards.Returns:30 day returns.Buyer pays for return shipping.As a manufacturer,we offer a 2-year guarantee from the date of purchase for each “Oraia” product in addition to the statutory warranty claims.

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