Dual release to release two seperate loads individually,
has two seperate release openings to load two seperate loads,
each release slot can take up to a 1,4mm thick drop-loop,
Mounts to your drone in seconds, no tools required.
Is fully autonomous and self-sufficient with its own rechargeable battery,
No need to modify your drone in any manner nor do you need to open it. Does not interfere with landing sensors which remain unobstructed and fully functional. ALL DONE SENSORS REMAIN ACTIVE.
Lifts the loads centrally under all 4 props to ensure equal loading,
Is activated by the auxiliary landing lights of your drone which can easily be turned on and off using your C1 or C2 buttons on your drone’s remote.
sequentially activated and releases the two loaded loads as you sequentiality switch on and off the lights.
Lights remain fully functional and can still be used for landing at night.
Can do more than 50 drops on a single charge,
Has more than 2 weeks standby time if left on accidentally,
Can drop your fishing line 500m far out, more if you are braver than us.
The Mavic 2 can lift and fly with 800g Max, it can lift 1,2kg but we don’t recommend doing so as motor over speed warnings start at 800g and when this happens e drone activates auto landing on that position (not home). As a result we recommend 500-550g as max bait load leaving 250-300g for line drag. If more is flown the pilot must remain aware of the auto landing activation and must deactivate it and drop the load when it occurs.
Weighs less than 50grams.
Pat. Pend. (TBA)
TCs RAAC makes customers aware that it does not warrant or take liability or responsibility in any form for damage to 3rd party payloads (including cameras or any 3rd party attachments) to its Drone Products. Customers should be aware, that even if the Drone manufacturers agree to warrant and repair their Drone under their own warranty terms, they will not always warrant consequential damage or loss to 3rd party payloads, even if their product was deemed to be faulty and therefore the cause of damage to the 3rd party payloads. Manufacturers assess this on a case by case basis. RAAC recommends that for all Drone Products with 3rd party payloads, Customers take out their own additional insurance to cover the cost of replacement of 3rd party payloads, should the drone manufacturer not warrant or take responsibility for repairs to 3rd party payloads.
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