Have you requested them to send you a copy of the FAA approval letter... while the strobe is a good light.... I bet they don’t have one.
i havnt but now you have said this i think i should ask them. Thanks for the advice, i guess im just too trusting hahaHave you requested them to send you a copy of the FAA approval letter... while the strobe is a good light.... I bet they don’t have one.
This has proven to be the case with multiple aftermarket lights for drones in the past. Seem manufacturers read FAA requirements, do their own testing, and then call FAA approved.
I’d still email support and ask for proof. Other companies have claimed the same thing, but proved only to be their testing w/o any formal FAA approval... just saying.on their uk site they say that the anti collision light unit is the only one that meats the FAA requirements with a 3 mile range in low light
Wow, they say they are better than FHT ARCIIs for example ?on their uk site they say that the anti collision light unit is the only one that meats the FAA requirements with a 3 mile range in low light
Liked your video by the way @ADMR1985 . . . a good entertaining review.
It is hard to capture light on camera compared to in person but honestly this was very bright, after i looked at it directly i had all kinds of light blur in my vision haha.Always hard to tell on video, but it doesn’t look that bright
Oh yeah, I missed that, they have multiple colour leds.Thanks for clarifying.
I like that these have the different coloured leds, unlike the Lume-cubes that use coloured filters
Would be interesting to compare these
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