Having successfully studied for and passed the FAA part 107, I know that if I want to fly between sunset and sunrise, I need to have an “Anti-Collision Light.” One of the resources I counted on while studying and learning was the “Pilot Institute.” They have a lot of great information out there and even published a video comparing several of these lights. See the piece here.
I was NOT IMPRESSED!
Regarding the Firehouse Technology ARC V Drone Strobe Anti-Collision Light, 1000 Lumens, White
As part of “gearing up” to be a commercial drone pilot, and to be in compliance with Part 107 and flying at night, I purchased the above-mentioned anti-collision light. I knew right off that I was not happy because the button was loose and didn’t always work. I contacted the seller (Adorama) and was granted permission to return it.
I sent it back – and I do NOT recommend this product.
I purchased the VIFLY Drone Strobe Light, Anti Collision Light and my first impressions were mixed but at least the on/off button works and there are other colors besides white!
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