Developer and drone pilot Luke Phillips and team have created a new drone infrared module which is been specifically designed for FPV night flying and offers a plug and play module that allows you to see clearly in lowlight conditions and darkness.
Watch the video below to learn more about the infrared night flying module which is hoping to raise £10,000 via Kickstarter to make the jump into production.
Its creators explain more about the inspiration and functionality of the module, which is now available to pledge for from £88 for early bird backers.
We are a group of UAV (drone) pilots who love to fly. We got fed up with work getting in the way of our fun flying time during the day, so have spent 6 months developing a way to fly at night. The end result is a compact lightweight infrared (IR) displaying module that attaches to any PCB running 4S to 6S. It provides an extremely bright IR floodlight with an even wide angle spread of light – perfect for use with action cameras. When viewed through your board camera and FPV goggles or screen, this allows the viewer to see clearly in total darkness.
For more information on the new drone infrared night flying module jump over to the Kickstarter website for details via the link below.
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