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Thread: VOLO - LED's - Show us pictures of them on your Multirotor!

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    VOLO - LED's - Show us pictures of them on your Multirotor!

    Hey Guys

    We released these little guys last year but some of you may not have seen them...

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    Unlike any other LED, the VOLO LEDs were specifically designed for multirotors.
    They offer a bright, tight cluster of LEDs and are available in a range of colours.
    They are so small you can mount them almost anywhere on your frame, and they attach easily with the incredibly strong supplied die cut 3M VHB double sided tape.
    VOLO was the first company to produce this concept and nothing rivals our quality and performance.

    -2 units per pack
    -Tiny compact size that will fit almost anywhere (Only 21mm x 7mm!)
    -Perfect for orientation when learning line of sight flight.
    -Great visibility at a distance.
    -A night flying must have
    -Extremely wide viewing angle
    -At least 2X brighter than other led strips.
    -FPV friendly, the perfect brightness to be seen by others
    -Low current consumption
    -Easy to solder tabs for neat and clean wiring
    -Custom dye cut 3M VHB double sided tape supplied for extreme mounting strength
    -High quality PCB with gold emmersion solder tabs

    Specifications:Emitting Colour: Blue, Red, Green and White
    Voltage: 12V DC (3S LiPo suitable)
    Size: 21mm x 7mm x 3.6mm (LxWxH)
    Operating Temp: -40 to +85 degrees Centigrade
    Chip technology: AlInGaP
    Adhesive tape: 3M VHB 0.5mm Double sided Black Foam




    Please post a picture of your Multirotor with VOLO LED's.
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    Here they are on my KWAD
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    Hey, im wiring up a quad now, and will be using volo lights, what input voltage do they accept? I see it says 12v, but have you tried pitting 4s into them???

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    ^^ the led's on the top of this thread use 12 volts.

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    There are a few guys using them on 4S and they seem to be working fine (although a bit hot)
    We can't guarantee they will last as long on 4S as they were designed to run on 3S.
    Cheers

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    I'm running mine on 4S - love em


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    Hey guys, some pics of my VOLO LEDs on my Avada 290.

    Nobody has crashed into me since I installed them. These things are DAMN bright!!






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    G'day fellas, I've had these mounted on a 3S Blackout for a while and I'm currently building a 4S frame. I mount them vertically to the spacers with the double sided tape provided where they've held up incredibly well given the punishment thrown at them.
    Here's a few photos of my latest build, with a 3S battery plugged in to demonstrate the illumination compared with the standard Blackout LED's on the PDB. White on the front, Blue on the rear. cheers. Brendan

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    Hey great photo's guys!
    Keep them coming

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ID:	67187 They work very nicely on my BOMH

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