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QuadH2O Introduces New SAR Assistant Drone

Designed Specifically For Use By Emergency Services Personnel

A new multi-rotor aircraft designed specifically for Search and Rescue operations has been introduced by QuadH2O. The SaraH2O "search and rescue assistant" drone is the latest in the company's range of waterproof drones.

Specifically designed for emergency services, search and rescue and inspection applications, the SaraH2O boast all the features of the waterproof HexH2O, but with the addition of our payload release and quick release legs and our Flir Vue removable, adjustable weather resistant housing; allowing the operator to view a live feed on both the GoPro and Flir Vue thermal imaging camera.

The SaraH2O comes complete with a removable, adjustable, weather resistant housing for your Flir Vue or Flir Vue Pro camera. The housing is mounted on top of the SaraH2O and the angel can be adjusted to suit. When not in use the housing can be easily removed.

A a live video feed direct from your GoPro and Flir Vue camera can be transmitted to the supplied 7″ color monitor which attaches to the supplied radio transmitter. Maximum range is provided via the ImmersionRC Spironet and Patch antennas.

The SaraH2O houses the gimbal and GoPro inside the frame, so its fully protected from water and other elements, and captures smooth shots both above and below the water . Gimbal pitch is controlled via your transmitter for 90° straight down viewing.

(Source: QuadH2O website. Images courtesy QuadH2O)

FMI: www.quadh2o.com

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