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DL A Drone light

Premium LED light modules for UAV's
DL A Drone light
Input voltage 7-36 VDC
Current 1.8A @ 11.1v (20W)
Light Output 2.300 lumen
Beam angles 20 or 40 degrees
Weight 100 grams
Dimensions 55 x 55 x 55 mm / 2,16 x 2,16 x 2,16 Inches
Control Push button

  • On/Off
  • Light Intensity control from 0-100%

PWM 3-5v 400-1000Hz (optional)

  • Adaptability with any PWM interface.
  • Light Intensity control from 0-100%
Other features Automatic Temperature protection.
Will ensure lifetime and  protection of components. Software programmed battery protection.
Will reduce intensity when the battery voltage reaches a critical level.  (Only active when powered using 3 cell or 6 cell lipo batteries)

DL A 20 Watt LED light module

The most powerful, light weight and smart UAV light module for smaller and larger drones.

With its 2.300 measured lumen, 100 grams and wireless control, this is the perfect choice for inspection, photography and video.
Easy linking and combination of several modules for more light output.

Multiple DL A and DL C can be controlled using Luminell UNITY.

DL A for inspection

These examples show the DL A in action, when inspecting a bridge.

Even in daylight the modules provide sufficient light in dark areas.
This is especially useful where the natural daylight doesn’t reach.

Calculate Lux values

Light amount in an area (Lux)

The amount of light which is located in a particular area is expressed in Lux.
It can give an indication of how an area will be illuminated with various beam types. Other factors like material, reflection etc., also play a role in the overall result of light projection.

When flying with a drone, height above the ground is the determining factor. If focused light is the requirement, the narrow beam is very useful. Medium beam is suitable for overall illumination when larger areas need projection.

If there is a set requirement of lux values, the calculator can be useful for the purpose.

Calculate Lux values

Light amount in an area (Lux)

The amount of light which is located in a particular area is expressed in Lux.
It can give an indication of how an area will be illuminated with various beam types. Other factors like material, reflection etc., also play a role in the overall result of light projection.

When flying with a drone, height above the ground is the determining factor. If focused light is the requirement, the narrow beam is very useful. Medium beam is suitable for overall illumination when larger areas need projection.

If there is a set requirement of lux values, the calculator can be useful for the purpose.