DJI Wind 1 – DJI’s New Industrial Drone Leaked
Aug21

DJI Wind 1 – DJI’s New Industrial Drone Leaked

  DJI’s new industrial drone is the DJI Wind 1. In a recent leak, images of the Wind 1 appeared along with a few of its Specs. It is rumored to be officially announced September 2nd-7th during the IFA in Berlin. The Wind 1 name may be an internal codename. We could see it releasing under the Mxx Product Line or getting it’s own such as the Agras MG-1. Stay tuned as this page is being updated as more information becomes available. Here’s what we know about the DJI Wind 1: DJI Wind 1 – Industrial Drone that is rumored to be Rainproof (more on that later…we aren’t sold yet) “Windproof “- Max Wind Resistance 12 m/s (26.84mph / 43.2 km/h) Size – 740mm Diagonal from Motor to Motor Dimension – 582mm (L) x 582mm (W) x 280mm (H) Operating Temperature: -10°C to +50°C Weight (with TB47D Battery x 2) 4040 grams Weight (with TB48D Battery x2) 4225 grams Max Takeoff Weight: 6000 grams Max Load Weight (With TB47D x2): 1960 grams Max Load Weight (With TB48D x2): 1735 grams Hover Accuracy (GPS Mode) Vertical: 0.5 m Horizontal: 2.5 m Max Angular Velocity: Pitch-axis: 300°/s Yaw-axis: 150°/s Max Pitch Angle 35° Max Ascent Speed: 5 m/s Max Descent Speed: 4 m/s Max Wind Resistance: 12 m/s Max Flight Speed 22 m/s (in ATTI mode, no payload, no wind) 17 m/s (in GPS mode, no payload, no wind) Flight Times: Hover Time (with TB48D Battery x2) 38 minutes Hover Time (with TB48D Battery x2 + Zenmuse X3) 31 minutes Hover Time (with TB48D Battery x2 + Zenmuse Z3) 31 minutes Hover Time (with TB48D Battery x2 + Zenmuse XT) 31 minutes Propulsion System: Customized E1200 Motors The Wind 1 is aimed at commercial customers with the rumored launch price of €9,950. This price will include two batteries and the Pelican style hardcase.   The new Wind 1 features the same integrated centrifugal cooling system as the Agras MG-1. This means that air enters the front of the drone through the black grill, where then dust and particulate matter are filtered out. Next, the air flows through the carbon fiber arms and dissipates through the motors. This allows the internal components and motors to be cooled much better than on traditional systems and extends the life of motors up to three times.     While the Shell in the first pictures may be rainproof, we habe our doubts of the above pictured configuration will be rainproof. It shows a cutout for a CAN-Bus expansion port and four mounting pins sitting on top of the body shell of the Wind 1. At the top of the image, you can see...

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