With the development of science and technology, many advanced equipment are now used in all walks of life. Technology has brought tremendous changes to our lives. It improves our work efficiency while ensuring the quality of work done.
1. Check the arm of the drone sprayer to ensure that the arm is not damaged, fully unfolded, and the screws are not loose.
2. Check the propeller to ensure that the edges of the propeller are intact, the propeller is installed firmly, and the screws are not loose.
3. Check the spray rod to ensure that the spray rod is fully extended and the screws are not loose
4. Check the nozzle to ensure that the nozzle is facing downwards, without damage, looseness, dripping, and clogging.
6. Check and ensure that the landing gear of the drone sprayer is not damaged, and the fastening screws are not loose.
7. Battery inspection and battery installation are important, the battery voltage meets the operating requirements, and a low-voltage alarm is connected to the battery.
8. Check the medicine box to confirm that the medicine box is not broken, no drip leaks, and the medicine box cover is tightened.
9. The remote control and ground station must ensure that the remote control and ground station equipment have enough power for operation.
11. Enable the drone sprayer GPS to search and fly more than 8 satellite signals
Hybrid Crop Spraying Drone features a gasoline + electric power system with great flight times and easy maintenance! This hybrid drone for crop spraying is portable thanks to folding arms and the modular design. The FD-416 crop dusting UAV can be used for any spraying missions – use it for agricultural, solar panel cleaning, roof spraying and anything else where a spraying drone would save you time and money! The FD-416 crop sprayer Hybrid is perfect for customers who don’t want to deal with battery charging or storage. This spraying UAV is also a great candidate for extreme cold or hot climates where drone batteries suffer.
Using drones for agriculture increases the precision and efficiency with which farmers can work, and makes it easier to make informed land management decisions. Drones can be deployed for a wide variety of tasks, including monitoring of livestock and the health of crops, estimation of soil conditions, planting of future crops, and countering infections and pests.
This powerful propulsion system allows the UAV to carry up to 16 litres of liquid in total (including the fertilizer), with a maximum takeoff weight of 40 kg. The drone can therefore operate for longer and cover more farmland in a single flight, without the need for farmers to take heavy batteries out into the field.
Contact: Fly Dragon Drone Tech.
Email: export at dronefromchina.com
Add: NO. 9 Dayu Road PiDu distric, ChengDu 611730, China