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T-DRONES Develops Multirotor UAVs and Drone Propulsion Systems

By Mike Ball / 02 Dec 2020
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T-DRONES, a leading developer of compact, reliable quadcopter and hexacopter UAVs (unmanned aerial vehicles), as well as propulsion systems and accessories, has partnered with Unmanned Systems Technology (“UST”) to demonstrate their expertise in this field. The ‘Silver’ profile highlights how their UAVs and drone propulsion products can be used for a broad range of industrial and commercial applications, including aerial photography, mapping and surveying, and precision agriculture.

T-DRONES M1200 droneT-DRONES M-Series multirotor drones are efficient, reliable and compact aerial platforms that have been developed with extensive flight tests and collaborative flight projects, and comply with military IPC3 and European DO-178 aviation standards. The frames use American Cherry brand aviation standard riveting and, with a completely open Gimbal interface, the M-Series Gimbal frame offers flexibility for use with a wide range of payloads and equipment.

Suitable for multiple applications, with payloads of up to 10kg, M-Series quadcopter and multirotor drones have been designed for maximum performance. All M-Series multirotor drones feature the T-MOTOR power system for long endurance, efficiency and reliability, with a high energy density lithium battery for improved power management and up to 72 minutes of flying.

U15XXL Drone MotorT-MOTOR motors for multirotor drones have been specially designed for commercial and industrial VTOL platforms. Developed with rigorous simulation, design analysis and testing, T-MOTOR motors are precision-machined to exacting tolerances.

T-MOTOR’s high-efficiency carbon fiber propellers are ideal for multirotor and quadcopter drones. The company offers a range of propellers suitable for a range of requirements: ultra-light propellers providing a maximum thrust of 8kg or 10kg; or two- and three-blade glossy propellers that can provide a maximum thrust of up to 60kg.

Drone ESCT-MOTOR Electronic Speed Controllers (ESCs) deliver high efficiency and superior flight times for multirotor and VTOL drones. A range of sophisticated safety features, including start-up, throttle signal loss, motor lock-up and overload protection make them an ideal choice for integration in drone flight control systems.

To find out more about T-DRONES and their UAVs and drone propulsion products, please visit their profile page:

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Posted by Mike Ball Mike Ball is our resident technical editor here at Unmanned Systems Technology. Combining his passion for teaching, advanced engineering and all things unmanned, Mike keeps a watchful eye over everything related to the unmanned technical sector. With over 10 years’ experience in the unmanned field and a degree in engineering, Mike’s been heading up our technical team here for the last 8 years. Connect & Contact