Yup, brandy new... I just need a few people to buy them and do an honest review on them.. they come in white with a green and red lens to swap about.I have Lume Cubes. Never heard them referred to as strobe anti-collision lights. Are these new or are you asking about the standard Lume Cubes that have mounts that attach to the arms of the bird? They offer a strobe option but I use them as a solid light to fly at night. They are substantially brighter than you will get out of any single LED strobe but do come with a weight and a few minutes shorter flight time.
Yup, brandy new... I just need a few people to buy them and do an honest review on them.. they come in white with a green and red lens to swap about.
Single pack $49.95 usd
Three pack $145.95 usd
Did a picture come over of the brochure as a jpegOn the Lume Cube site directly I only see the original cubes and the Lume Cube Air. The Air is a little smaller but no recommended on drones as they have an internal magnet that could affect the compass. Both options have diffusers to change the color. But I am not seeing a smaller strobe at all anywhere. Could be me, but not seeing anything else.
They claim you can see them over 3 miles, do you agree with that claim?I bought one. And for a specific reason, the red lens cover. I live in an area with heavy military aviation training. USAF C-130s and US Army helos using Night Vision Goggles (I am a retired USAF C-130 pilot). Typically they fly at 300' AGL. While I am not flying anywhere near the bases, there are SR- routes all over the place. Fact about NVGs -- red lights are by far the most visible to people wearing NVGs.
Of course, I'll fly smart and avoid situations where there might be a conflict. But the few times I've flown at night, I could certainly see the potential.