Strobon Cree® Standalone is the brightest navigation strobe solution for enclosed drones like DJI Phantom, DJI Inspire, 3DR Solo, and others.
No cabling required. Just attach it to your drone or model airplane with your favorite glue or velcro, press the button to turn it ON. That's all.
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.
BATTERY STATUS: Press the button then release to learn battery status when it is OFF.
(1 blink:Need Charge, 2 blink: It's OK, 3 blink: Fully Charged)
ON/OFF: Press and hold the button for 3 seconds to turn ON or OFF
CHARGE: Plug it to any micro USB charger or computer port when charging required.
- The LED will blink with very short bursts when charging.
- The LED will blink with 1 second ON / 2 seconds OFF pattern when the battery is fully charged.
It takes 2 hours for empty batteries.
The battery includes it's own PCM module. This module protects the battery from overcharge and discharge for long lifespan. If there is no life sign on the circuit when you press the button, probably discharge protection has activated because of low battery voltage. Just charge it to turn-on.
Dimensions: 20mm x 16mm x 8mm
Current Consumption: <30mA per hour
Charge Port: MicroUSB
Charge Current: 40mA max.
Charge Time: ~2 hours
Battery Type: 70mA LiPo Battery with safe and reliable PCM circuit.
Roy Rodriguez on 09/09/2017
( 5 / 5 )
As with the white Strobon these coupled together work great for night flight and meet FAA regulations.
Steve R on 07/14/2017
( 5 / 5 )
Because of this strobe I was able to recover my crashed drone and save the memory card with some of the best photos I had taken so far. Having tried the white strobe on my Phantom 3 Pro I was impressed with over 2500 feet visibility in daytime, and over 3000 feet at night. When my drone fell out of the sky on mission no. 246 a week later for no apparent reason I thought it was gone for good. The DJI Go app GPS screen showed it had fallen into a dense mangrove swamp. Once there I realized I was not likely to ever find it. I was ready to give up. All of a sudden I spotted a bright red strobe flash, not 50 feet away. The drone was inverted in about 6 inches of murky water. The white strobe was under water and dead. But that little red strobe was blinking away like a champ! I would never have spotted the drone in a million years without that strobe. I can't believe my luck, in a very unlucky experience. I am sold on these tiny little strobes.