Easily identify, locate and assist critical missions using the innovative EXOLANDER© Spotlight and Payload Delivery System for the EVO II. This advanced system includes:
- D100 Spotlight: The D100 drone search/spotlight provides public safety users 2,300 lumens of focused lighting with a 60’ (18.3 m) wide light at an altitude of 200’ (60.96 m) Designed for the Autel EVO II, the D100 weighs 346 grams, has a 70-minute battery life, and is water-resistant. The directed, 15-degree focused beam provides brilliant white light, designed for illumination in areas otherwise challenged to light. The D100 may also be angled or aimed straight down.
- EVO II Saddle: The saddle connects the EXOLANDER© frame to the EVO II and can be used to hold (7) D10 or D3060 lights. D10 and D3060 are not included and must be purchased separately. These lights serve as anti-collision lights for night flight regulation compliance.
- EXOLANDER©: This apparatus securely supports the D100 drone light for maintaining proper CG (Center of Gravity) on the Autel EVO II. The EXOLANDER© has 10 hard points for various accessories and may be attached/removed from the Autel EVO II aircraft without tools.
- Manual Payload Delivery System: This system enables public safety users to drop radios, space blankets, water bottles, first-aid kits, or other small assistive devices in situations where rescuers cannot reach or clearly communicate with a victim. The lightweight system is also designed to carry safety lines to stranded or drowning swimmers and has been tested pulling over 400’ of 550 cord to a swimmer in the ocean. The Payload Delivery System is designed to work with the Autel EVO II aircraft with mounting capabilities through the EXOLANDER©.
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