How can drones fly in different weather conditions?
Plant protection drones bring great convenience to the agricultural people, but when the drones work, they will be affected by many factors, such as the weather, different weather will bring drone flight. With varying degrees of impact, and in very bad weather, you need to stop the work of the drone. For a clearer understanding, the next article will explain the impact of weather on plant protection drones.
How do drones fly in different weather conditions?
The first is high or low temperature
High or low temperature weather can affect certain features of plants that protect drones, resulting in reduced flight efficiency and even jeopardized flight safety. In hot weather, avoid flying too long, the drone should be fully rested and cooled during two flights. Since the motor of the drone operates while moving up and down, it also generates a large amount of heat. In hot weather, the motor can easily overheat. In some extreme cases, parts and cables may even be melted. The weather also needs to be avoided for a long time, and should pay close attention to the battery condition during the flight. Because cooling will reduce the efficiency of the battery, and it is also prone to power failures, resulting in unexpected conditions such as motor stop, which we need to avoid.
Second, weather, snow, hail, etc.
It is clear that plant protection drones are not suitable for flying in snow, snow and ice. Therefore, when you are ready to take off, don't take risks even if there are only sporadic raindrops. Therefore, we can check the probability of precipitation and the intensity of precipitation in the weather forecast before traveling.
Third, haze weather
Maybe everyone is not aware of the threat of fog. In fact, plant protection drones are also very sensitive to humidity. Flying in the fog, the surface of the drone will become very humid, just like a cloudy day does not mean that you will not be sunburned, and fog does not mean that the drone will not enter the water. How to judge whether the fog is too big to affect the flight? We can do it intuitively. In general, if visibility is less than 0.5 miles (800 meters), then we can call it fog, which is not suitable for flying.
Fourth, air humidity
Removal of heavy fog, air humidity is also a weather condition that may affect the normal operation of the drone. When the air humidity value is close to 1, we should pay attention. Under this humidity, plant protection is unmanned even without rain. A large amount of water vapor will also condense on the surface of the machine. For complex electronic products, such as drones, once the water vapor enters the interior carefully, it is likely to corrode internal electronic components, so we also need drying and dehumidification maintenance.
From the above we can see that if the weather is bad, you need to stop the flight protection of the plant protection drone immediately, so as not to cause damage to the equipment, and it is not worth losing. If you have any other problems with the drone, if you want to consult, you are welcome to leave a message on the website, we will respond to you in time.