Please note: To mount the MARS 58 V2 to an Inspire 1, you will need the Inspire 1 mounting kit, as well as the Mayday board for parachute deployment. You will also need to power the unit with a small 3S battery.
As the multi rotor segment of this hobby grows, sophistication, complexity and cost goes with it, adding up to a serious investment that can make flying a nerve racking experience. Adding the safety aspect to this growing factor, and flying a multi rotor system of any size can be a risky adventure in many aspects of the word.
Enter the MARS 58 V2 Parachute Recovery System - with the 1st deployment of this 58" parachute system, the MARS system will pay for itself and beyond, adding exceptional safety, sanity and ease of mind when flying a high cost, complex multi rotor aircraft.
Redesigned with all new high quality in house injection molded plastic components, along with all new high quality CNC machined parts, the reengineered MARS 58 V2 system boasts lighter weight with greater strength and precision. Further, with an all new high energy compression spring and all new vented canister design, the MARS 58 V2 system has the capability of ejecting the parachute a full 5 feet above your multi rotor aircraft, providing a safe release that keeps the parachute from being entangled with spinning propellers.
Reusable in design and powered by a high energy compression spring, this ballistic parachute system is easily and simply activated by a single servo driven system that is tied to a two position switch via your transmitter. Or for greater levels of autonomy, the all new "Mayday" auto deployment system can be utilized, which will auto deploy the parachute the moment an aircraft anomaly occurs.
Able to mount to a variety of aircraft with multiple mounting positions, the MARS 58 V2 can utilize an optional quick release system to allow transport & storage with the greatest of ease. Beyond this, MARS has developed the 58 V2 to be as compact as possible - taking up the least amount of real estate on your aircraft, allowing you to carry the necessary payloads your job requires.
Utilizing a high torque metal gear Hitec HS-82MG servo, MARS spared no expense in developing a ballistic parachute that can be depended on, allowing you to focus on the flight at hand. If the worst should take place, you are literally a flick away from safety, allowing you to deploy the parachute system via your transmitter with the greatest of ease.
Don't risk your aircraft to hope, luck and past success. The MARS 58 V2 will pay for itself by a massive margin the very 1st time it's deployed, saving you a tremendous amount of frustration and stress, and most important of all, protecting onlookers and property below. Protect yourself the right way with MARS 58 V2.
As with anything in life, please be aware that any system, no matter how well designed, will have limitations. In the case of all MARS parachute recovery systems, please be 100% aware that these systems are designed to reduce the fall speed of your aircraft by a massive margin, bringing your aircraft home safely with the least amount of damage to the aircraft or equipment. However, even with proper parachute deployment, aircraft damage can occur, so please be aware that even with a parachute recovery system, damage can occur upon touchdown. In regards to all MARS parachute recovery systems, MARS does not guarantee the recovery of your aircraft, nor can MARS or Rise Above be held responsible for any element of crash damage, property damage, injury or death. It is always the pilot's responsibility to provide a safe & secure flight environment, while always keeping in mind the likelihood of failure in respect to people & property below. Any such incident or crash cannot / will not be covered by MARS or Rise Above, nor can MARS or Rise Above be held liable for any damages – monetary or otherwise. Please be aware that safe parachute deployment can be affected by a number of issues, such as wind, aircraft attitude, altitude (or lack thereof), airspeed, proper parachute packing, and any number of aerodynamic events that could compromise the effective deployment of the parachute recovery system. Again – it is always the responsibility of the pilot to maintain safe aircraft control. Even though a parachute recovery systems adds greatly to the reliability & safety of the aircraft, a parachute recovery system has limitations, and it is the pilots responsibility to maintain safety for people & property at all times.