1 White – Strobon Cree: This product meets with newest FAA and CAA anti-collision lights guidelines for drones. It is visible from three miles away at night time.
Strobon Cree® Standalone is the brightest navigation strobe resolution for enclosed drones like DJI Phantom, DJI Inspire, 3DR Solo, Walkera and others.
No cabling required. Simply attach it to your drone or model airplane with or velcro, press the button on the strobe for power ON. That is all.
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Features for Strobon Cree Standalone
- 2+ hours continuous operation with onboard battery.
- Powerful Cree® Standalone LED
- No Cabling required
- Easy to use single button interface.
- On board battery status and charge indicator system.
- Compatible with all 5V MicroUSB cables and chargers.(cable not included)
- Contact Pads(L+ and L-) for the external LED support.
- Battery with internal overcharge and discharge protection.
Strobon Cree Colour Selection:
Because of the human eye’s limitations, Every colour has different visibility and energy transfer rate.
Also, every LED colour has different chemical compounds and efficiency. Buying the Strobon Cree will enhance your night flight safety.
According to our experience in years;
WHITE: The best visibility and efficiency.
RED: 2th in the visibility, efficiency is same as white but the best for a warning.
GREEN: 3th in the visibility and efficiency. Best for Standard RED/GREEN (Left/Right) navigation usage.
BLUE: 4th in visibility and also efficiency. We are not suggesting this colour for warning or navigation but special usage.
Bottom line: White and Red is the best option of the Strobon Cree if you need long range visible strobes. And you can use the green to identify your flying platform direction. Blue is only for special applications.
Rule: §107.29 Daylight operation.
(a) No person may operate a small unmanned aircraft system during the night.
(b) No person may operate a small unmanned aircraft system during periods of civil twilight unless the small unmanned aircraft has lighted anticollision lighting visible for at least 3 statute miles. The remote pilot in command may reduce the intensity of the anti-collision lighting if he or she determines that, because of operating conditions, it would be in the interest of safety to do so.
(c) For purposes of paragraph (b) of this section, Civil Twilight refers to the following:
(1) Except for Alaska, a period of time that begins 30 minutes before official sunrise and ends at official sunrise;
(2) Except for Alaska, a period of time that begins at official sunset and ends 30 minutes after official sunset; and
(3) In Alaska, the period of civil twilight as defined in the Air Almanac.