It can be difficult to find a drone light that meets the FAA’s standards. After all, the FAA requires any drone flying during twilight to be equipped with a light that can be seen from three miles away.
Today, we talk to Isaiah from Minnesota. He recently received his Part 107 and wants to know our drone light recommendations. Luckily, we recently found the PicoMax by Aveo Engineering. We discuss the benefits of the PicoMax and why it’s the best light for flying during twilight.
Congrats on the 107 Isaiah! Fly safe!
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- [02:40] Today we talk about nighttime operations and the difficulty of finding the right light that meets FAA standards
- [03:30] Paul reviews PicoMax by Aveo engineering; we talk dimensions, capabilities and pricing
- [04:27] Is it important to be able see your drone light from the ground?
- [06:11] Are there cheaper proven alternatives that meet FAA guidelines?