ACECORE TECHNOLOGIES RELEASE NOA HEAVY-LIFT DRONE
Acecore technologies release Noa heavy-lift drone.
Made in Europe, the new Acecore Noa has a 20kg payload capacity and a potential flight time of up to a an hour.
Could this be challenger to the new DJI Matrice 300 drone?
Are Six Props Better?
The Noa has six enlarged rotors, 28″ reinforced carbon fibre props mounted upside-down onto a carbon fibre monocoque frame which means the drone can fly in a moderate rain fall.
A cooling system allows cool air through the hollow airframe. The Unique design helps the Noa heavy-lift drone fly in temperatures up to 50 degrees C.
Here are some other key highlights of the Noa heavy-lift drone:
- WEATHER PROOF: Depend on Noa to complete the mission, no matter the weather.
- TOOL-LESS SETUP: No tools required, just click & lock.
- ADS-B READY:Transponder broadcasts GPS position directly ADS-B in/Out.
- AES 128 ENCRYPTION: Encrypted radio link guarantees a secured operation.
- MODULAR DESIGN: Motor arms removable for repair, replace or upgraded
- RETRACTABLE: Landing gear for unobstructed view.
- BATTERY TRAY: System for fast battery changes.
- DUAL ANTENNA: Double GNSS/GPS for improved redundancy.
Check out full Noa drone specification HERE.
No idea why manufactures feel the need to boost the flight time claims of new drone releases.
As with the DJI M300 RTK, the new Noa heavy-lift drone can only fly for nearly an hour with no payload. So do your home work before pushing the button.
The flight time you end up with will depend on the battery load you choice and the camera you mount.
The New Noa heavy-lift drone will be available from July 2020. For pricing options contact Acecore HERE.
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