Meteor65 is the leading drone for WINTER use. It features the BT2.0 connector, the lightest F4 1S FC and 0802SE 19500 HP engines available. With a more powerful system, you'll immediately notice how much of a fantastic 'racer' the Meteor65 is, weighing just 22.84g.
The Meteor65 is a first generation quadcopter powered by the new BT2.0 1S battery. The BT2.0 connector effectively reduces internal resistance for a much faster discharge than the old PH2.0 connector. A BT2.0 cable is presoldered to the flight controller which provides a more stable and powerful 9A continuous current and 15A short term current.
To minimise weight and deliver optimum performance, it uses the perfect lightweight combination with the F4 1S FC V2.1 (2.6g) and the M01 AIO camera VTX (3g).
Using the latest 0802 19500 / 22000KV motors and 31mm 3-bladed propellers, this kit will give you a whole new powerful indoor flying experience. The 0802 19500 / 22000KV motors are plugged into the RPM controller, making them much easier to replace in the event of a breakdown.
The Meteor65 frame has been reduced by 0.75g to 3.08g. The battery slot is located closer to the centre of gravity for smoother flight.
The kit includes 1 BT2.0 power cable and 1 BT2.0-PH2.0 adapter cable. The adapter cable is handy for charging the BT2.0 battery using a standard PH2.0 charger.
Amateur UAV Meteor 65 Whoop (1S)
Meteor65 comes with plenty of accessories:
2 lithium polymer batteries battery charger and BT2.0 tester additional set of propellers screwdriver portable bag
Reasonably priced and easy to use! In addition, the camera viewing angle has been adjusted to 30°, giving you greater flight coverage! The latest 0802SE 19500KV engines and 31mm 3-bladed propellers are used, giving you a whole new powerful indoor flying experience. The battery socket is positioned closer to the centre of gravity for a smoother flight. Landing is done on the engine propellers instead of the battery.
An amateur drone prevented a shark attack on holidaymakers.
In Sydney, in the vicinity of Foster Beach, a local resident piloting a drone accidentally spotted a great white shark swimming along the shore, close to people in the water, unsuspecting of the danger. When the man noticed the shark, he immediately alerted the beach-goers. Luckily, no one was injured.
Drones started detecting fires in Sochi.
Five mobile preventive teams have been formed in each district of the city. These teams conduct daily preventive raids in rural communities most prone to natural fires.
A drowning man was rescued by drone in the Black Sea near Anapa.
The drone dropped a life jacket on a man who was losing strength and hovered in the air as a landmark for rescuers. The drowning man was detected by a monitoring system far out to sea near the Central Beach on August 15. The duty officer directed the drone towards him. The man was evacuated by boat and now his life is not in danger.