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    FIREHOUSE ARC XL WHITE DRONE STROBE LOST DRONE ALARM

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    Firehouse Technology
    “ARC” XL with L.A.N.D System (Lost Aircraft Notification System)
    Drone pictured NOT Included for display only

    Firehouse Technology Arc XL Strobe Light with L.A.N.D. System. This new strobe features 5- XPE Lights per module that uses a focused lens over each LED to amplify range. This provides output of 1000 Lumens making it the Brightest Standalone Drone Strobe on the Market. Its features a new IP67 rated case that provides protection from dust and light rain, with streamlined design and no impact on flight times or flight dynamics. Now in three colors White (as listed) and Red and Green. We don’t use cheap plastic lenses on the strobe to change color which greatly reduces the output we use XPE leds in the color indicated so you have maximum color range !

    The rechargeable battery is the highest capacity on the market (250 mhr) which means longer run times between charges. Charges off micro usb cable (included) and can be charged in the field. New L.A.N.D System has been integrated into the body of the light, This is based off a Firefighters PASS alarm system that helps us locate downed firefighters, The the added L.A.N.D. system will sound a 90 dcb alarm if your aircraft goes down and assists you in locating it. Since the light and alarm have their own power supply they are not affected by loss of power to the aircraft. Simply look at the last seen point in your flight app, and go to the area noted, look for the visual signal (strobe) and listen for the audible signal (alarm). This is the only strobe that uses or patent pending design.

    As with our other Arc Series lights it features 3 lighting modes : Strobe (1Hz 60 strobes per second) , Slow Flash and Steady. This allows for daytime use greatly improving Line of sight, as well as night visibility per FAA 107 regulations. It also allows different patterns if you have more than one aircraft in the air helping to ID each pilot, The range is > 3.5 Statute Miles and a certificate of testing is included to assist with waivers. This light has a side power on and mode button, eliminating accidentally turning it on when in storage. Tap the button and hear an audible beep and flash to indicate flight readiness. Press and hold 3 seconds to turn on and off. Tap button when on to change light modes. If the strobe does not detect movement for 240 seconds (4 Minutes) it will go into alarm. Simple move it slightly to reset. In flight the aircraft movement even in hover will not allow alarm to turn on accidentally.

    The light comes in White, Red, or Green. We DO NOT use any goofy lenses over the top this greatly reduces light output we use colors XPE leds to ensure the brightest output at all times. Mounting is with Velcro or VHB tape (included) and can be used with out custom mounts for the arms and legs or larger aircraft. This light will work on ANY Drone including DJI , Autel, Parrot, Yuneec.

    Strobe will work on ANY Drone, or RC aircraft model.  Strobe measures 2.0″ Length, 1 1/8″ Width  x .5″ Height ” and weighs less than 8 grams  

    Ready to charge, mount and fly! Our lights our designed by us and sold by us!   Simply the brightest standalone strobe lights in the marketMeets FAA 107 regulations for night flights!  Night Waiver on File!. Compared to our competitors nothing else stacks up!  

    Our satisfied customers include NBC, CBS, Sinclair Communications (FOX) NYPD and many Fire and Police Department UAS units!  Fast Shipping and Service.   90 Day Warranty on all lights we stand by what we sell! For Questions, Concerns or Warranty visit us at our Firehouse Technology site or Facebook Page (eBay does not allow us to post phone number which is ridiculous but we tried)

     FAA 107.29 RULES


    Directions for use, Mounting recommendations, FAA Regulations and Tips can be found below.

    Why Do I need Strobes? Aside From Being Just Darn Cool FAA 107.29 Rules for Unmanned Aircraft require it! Helps pilot maintain orientation at night at keep line of sight.  Helps you locate aircraft if its lost as it has its own power supply!

    FAA RULE 107 for Night Flights :  When sUAS operations are conducted during civil twilight, the sUAS must be 
    equipped with anti-collision strobe lights (this is NOT the lights already on your drone) that are capable of being visible 360 degrees for at 
    least 3 statute miles. However, the remote PIC may reduce the intensity of the 
    lighting if he or she has determined that it would be in the interest of 
    operational safety to do so. For example, the remote PIC may momentarily reduce 
    the lighting intensity if it impacts his or her night vision.  Plus it also help you locate a lost drone as it has its own power source so wont stop flashing even if the aircraft power has been interrupted.!  For those seeking night waivers under FAA 107 or wanting to fly in civil twilight , Strobe lighting is required and lighting is a “performance based standard:” When seeking waiver and filling out online request via the FAA you DO NOT need to comply with FAA Part 25 and document lumens ect, you will need to document how you will meet the requirement and this Cree strobe will meet that requirement placed on top of the aircraft and depending on the aircraft we suggest the bottom also for 360 degree coverage.  The info for FAA 107 is at bottom of this add or check the FAA website.

    DEMO of Strobe Light operations on Youtube just look under Firehouse Technology Arc Strobe
    OR Visit our Facebook Page at Firehouse Technology

    Mounting Guidelines

    The strobes can be mounted with the included VHB 3M tape or Velcro, make sure the mounting area is clean of oil and dust for full adhesion.  Placement of the Strobe for full 360 degree coverage should be one strobe on top of body of aircraft and one on bottom of aircraft for the best coverage.  This allows the pilot to see from the ground and maintain LOS and other aircraft to view from air.  This ensures there are no blind spots caused by angle or position of aircraft.  This placement also ensures compliance with FAA 107 and should be noted in your waiver application.  If your aircraft has bottom sensors steer clear of blocking those, and always power up aircraft on ground and test after mounting to ensure no issues.  

    Directions For Use

    Unit will arrive with little to no charge.  Charge with included USB cord to any USB outlet.  Use of wall adapter will shorten the charge time, but you can use any powered usb port.  Charge will take about an hour to charge light will be red and turn green when fully charged.You cannot overcharge the unit, it has built in overcharge protection.  Like any lipo battery do not leave unattended and place in safe area. 

    Color Selection For UAS Lighting

    Because of human eye’s limitations, Every color has different visibility ranges.  If your going for the best visibility and distance then choose White lights for the best output.  The Color ranges go in the following order for sight distance with white being the best followed by Red, then Green, and lastly Blue.   Navigation under 107 use White for your Navigation lights, then Red, Green or Blue for marker lights. 


    FAA 107.29 Daytime Waiver Requirements for Exemption

    The following is info the FAA needs to see addressed in your Waiver application.  Be complete and note the use the the strobes and there output and placement meets the 3 SM requirement.

    Performance-Based Standards

    1. Applicant must provide a method for the remote pilot to maintain visual line of sight
    during darkness.
    2. Applicant must provide a method for the remote pilot to see and avoid other aircraft,
    people on the ground, and ground-based structures and obstacles during darkness.
    3
    . Applicant must provide a method by which the remote pilot will be able to continuously
    know and determine the position, altitude, attitude, and movement of their small
    unmanned aircraft (sUA).
    4. Applicant must assure all required persons participating in the sUA operation have
    knowledge to recognize and overcome visual illusions caused by darkness, and
    understand physiological conditions which may degrade night vision.
    5. Applicant must provide a method to increase visibility of the UAS to be seen 360 degrees at a
    distance of 3 statute miles unless a system is in place that can avoid all non-participating
    aircraft.

    Thank you for your Business and Fly Safe
     

     

     


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