The maximum weight that the Talon drop system can carry on either the Matrice 210 or the Matrice 300 is limited only by the aircrafts maximum take-off weight. Please refer to your drone’s documentation to learn more about weight limitations.
The Talon drop system for the Matrice 210 weighs .73 lbs (331 grams). The Talon drop system for the Matrice 300 weighs .763 lbs (346 grams)
Yes. You can install a camera on the Drone’s gimbal while the Talon drop system is installed. The Talon will not interfere with the pitch and rotation of your camera.
Currently, the DroMight™ Talon drop system is compatible with the DJI Matrice 210 and the DJI Matrice 300.
No. You must purchase a new Talon drop system for your Marice 300 as the Matrice 300 uses a different mounting system and a different power adapter.
The DroMight™ Talon hard point is installed between the aircraft legs and the aircraft body using a set of 3mm stainless steel screws. This hard point can be left on the drone at all times and will not impact flight. When you would like to use the The DroMight™ Talon, you can easily attatch it to the hard point with the thumbscrews or regular screws depending on your model. Removing the drop system is just as easy; simply unscrew the thumbscrews or regular screws depending on your model. Once removed you can leave the hard point on the drone for future uses.
Yes. After installing the mounting tabs to your aircraft, you can install and unstill the Talon drop systems in under a minute.
Yes. You can install the Talon Drop System and still use your payload(s) as normal. Depending on your mounting system, your Matrice may have one or more payloads. You will still be able to use your Talon Drop system with your payload(s) at the same time. When using your payload(s) at the same time as the Talon, your payload(s) will function as normal, however if your paylod(s) is/are facing in the direction of the Talon, the Talon may obstruct the view.
No. The installation and use of the DroMight™ Talon does not require you to modify the drone in any way. Power is obtained from the drones external ports and the installation of the mounting hardware does not require the drone to be disassembled or modified in any way
The DroMight™ Talon for the Matrice 210 V1/V2 can be assigned to a button on your remote controller to initiate the drop. Once in flight you can use your assigned button on the controller to trigger the drop sequence. The DroMight™ Talon for the Matrice 300 RTK requires the pilot to turn on and off the aircraft strobe light in a specific sequence in order to trigger the payload drop.
The DroMight™ Talon requires 3 conseutive clicks in order to drop your payload. This means if you accidentally hit the drop button, your payload will not release. Furthermore, the locking mechanism is held in place and will not move unless triggered by the drop sequence.
To purchase the Talon Drop System, or any other DroMight™ products, please reach out to one of our dealers
The DroMight™ Football can last for over 10 hours on a full battery charge.
The DroMight™ Football can work with all HDMI out devices, so if your transmitter receiver is plugged into the HDMI port on the Football, you will see what the transmitter is transmitting.