Buy your MARS Inspire Lite 58 Drone Parachute System from Rise Above in Sydney, and have confidence that you are dealing with Australia's UAV experts. We always offer Australia's best prices, but if you find a lower price elsewhere, we will do our best to match it! We have a team of technicians who can handle most warranty issues locally, as well as repairs, maintenance and upgrades. For more info, click here
MARS Inspire Lite 58 Features:
– Incredibly Light In Weight
– Compact Footprint
– Low Cost Safety Solution
– Simplified Design
– Specifically Designed for the DJI Inspire 1/Pro/RAW Series
– Incredibly Easy to Install
– “MAYDAY” Auto Deployment Ready (sold separately)
– 1 Year Manufacturer Warranty
(1) 58″ Lightweight Inspire 1 Parachute System
(1) Micro Servo
(1) Mounting System Kit
(1) Torx Screwdriver
Specifically designed for the Inspire 1 series of DJI aircraft, the team at MARS Parachutes has done it again, providing an ultra light parachute technology that is ready to pair with one of the most advanced aircraft DJI has ever brought forth. Low in cost, compact and ready to mount to the Inspire 1, the Inspire Lite 58 is the incredibly simple way to add massive levels of safety & security to an ultra expensive aircraft, allowing the Inspire 1 to further its capability & redundancy every modern aircraft should employ. Nothing could be worse than losing an aircraft of this size & payload, and when it comes to the Inspire Lite system, that scenario can be avoided with ease – peace of mind that every pilot deserves. Further this with the ability to keep people safe & secure while flying above, this technology is paramount when it comes to keeping safety at the forefront in the dynamic world of UAV’s. With an incredibly small footprint and a total weight of 4 oz., the Inspire Lite systems adds massive levels of safety to the Inspire 1 without compromising the payload and flight time this aircraft was built for. Coalesce this with the all new “MAYDAY” auto deployment system, and your sole focus can be placed upon the flight itself while the “MAYDAY” watches & waits – ready to deploy at the first sign of trouble. Don’t wait for that sickening crash to upgrade to parachute safety – the engineers at MARS have already done the hard work for you, allowing you to fly with ultimate safety & peace of mind. Simple & sweet, your Inspire 1 can take to the skies with safety & security your Inspire 1 deserves, allowing you to focus on the flight at hand while capturing the detail and beauty the Inspire 1 was meant for.
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.