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Yuneec H850, What We Know So Far

Yuneec H850, What We Know So Far

Yuneec H850 Hexcopter YUNH850EU

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What we (probably) know:

The H850 will be a 6 rotor powerful enterprise drone.
It has 2 rotors upside down, speculation of why is so that the drone can have larger propellers closer together.
The H850 will be equipped with 2 batteries like the M300 providing up to 60 mins of flight time. Each battery with 13000 mAh capacity. Yuneec's current drones don't sport this capacity so there will be no backwards compatibility for the batteries.
It will have the option for a thermal camera.
The drone  will use lidar, most likely for obstacle avoidance.

The H850 will weigh 6 kg. 3kg of which will be the batteries. Compared to the H520E, Typhoon H Plus and H3 which all weigh around 2 kg, it will be much bigger. Even the old Yuneec Tornado H920 weighed 5 kg so it will be Yuneec's biggest/most kitted out drone yet.
The old design of the ST16, ST16S, and ST16E remote controller has been modified, instead having the controls above the screen like DJI's smart controller

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Posted by Sam Humphreys


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