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STROBON Standalone


Product Code: STROBONsingl
Condition: New

Manufacturer: FlyTron

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STROBON Standalone


New USB Rechargeable Strobe light with onboard battery.
Strobon Standalone is a good solution for enclosed navigation strobe
drones like DJI Phantom, DJI Inspire, 3DR Solo, Walkera and others.

No cabling required.Just attact it to your drone or model airplane with your
favorite glue or Velcro, press the button to turn it ON.
That's all.

    5 hours continuous operation with onboard battery.
Powerful 3W LED
No Cabling required
Easy to use single button interface.
On board battery status and charge indicator system.
Compatible with all 5V Micro USB 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, three blink: Fully Charged)

ON / OFF: Press and hold the button for three seconds to turn ON or OFF

CHARGE: plug it to any micro-USB charger or computer port When
charging is required.
- The LED will blink with very short bursts When charging.
- The LED will blink with 1 second ON / OFF pattern 2 seconds
When the battery is fully charged.
It takes two hours for empty batteries.

Notice: The battery includes it's own PCM module.This module
Protects the battery from overcharge and discharge for long
If there's no life sign on the circuit When you press
the button, probably discharge protection activated HAS Because
of low battery voltage.
Just charge it.

Dimensions: 22mm x 18mm x 10mm
Weight: 4g
Current Consumption: <15mA per hour
Charge Port: MicroUSB
Charge Current: 40mA max.
Charge Time: ~ 2 hours
Battery Type: LiPo battery 70mA with safe and reliable PCM circuit.



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