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PowerLine Tethered Drone 1 RU GCU – sUAS News

The PowerLine Tethered System mounts directly to the DJI Inspire product. PowerLine Power supply ground station provides power through the ultralight-tether to drone for unlimited flight time. The ultralight onboard power replaces the stock battery, providing unlimited, reliable and redundant power source. Designed to run 24/7, the PowerLine system will meet your schedule without watching the clock for battery swaps.

  • Simple Autonomous Operation – Take off, hover, and land using the standard DJI Inspire software.
  • Thousands of hours of flight reliability logged globally
  • Manual Tether cable reel system with mercury slip ring. No automatic operation which is unreliable and problematic.
  • The PoweLine tethered system mounts to your existing Inspire 1 drone. The onboard power supply simply mounts with 6 fasteners.
  • Inspire 1 has unmatched adaptability. The X5 Pro, X3 & Z3 cameras mount quickly.
  • FLIR & zoom lens options


  • 200′ Ultra-Light custom tether cable.
  • 120VAC 50/60 Hz, 12A GSU
  • 17″ 1080P HD LED monitor in GSU
  • Optional SD/HD cross converter for broadcast standards
  • Automatic landing with loss of ground power
  • No free flight restriction. Simply drop a fresh battery in and fly
  • See the Inspire 1 specifications for all the existing features


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Founder and Editor of sUAS News | Gary Mortimer has been a commercial balloon pilot for 25 years and also flies full-size helicopters. Prior to that, he made tea and coffee in air traffic control towers across the UK as a member of the Royal Air Force.

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