Parrot Mambo (includes Cannon & Grabber)
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One drone and two accessories for exceptional skills
The Parrot Mambo minidrone is full of surprises! Whether you equip it with the Cannon or the Grabber, it'll turn the sky into an amazing playground. Speed or skill races, acrobatic challenges or tricks... take on any aerial combat. Highly robust and easy to handle, it'll rise to all your challenges.
- 1 x Mambo drone
- 1 x Cannon
- 1 x Grabber
- 1 x USB cable
- 50 x Cannon balls
- 1 x Quickstart guide
- Inertial Measurement Unit to evaluate speed, tilt and obstacle
- Contact (3-axis accelerometer and 3-axis gyroscope)
- Vertical stabilization: Ultrasound sensor (measures below 13 ft / 4 m altitude) & Pressure sensor
- Horizontal stabilization: Camera sensor
- 550 mAh LiPo Battery
- 8 min battery life with accessory connected or bumper
- 9 min battery life with neither accessory nor bumper
- 30 min charging time with a 2.1 A charger
- Stabilization and flight control software
- Optimized weight/speed ratio
- Polyamide and Polypropylene structure
- 60 FPS vertical camera
- Camera: 300,000 pixels
- Patented system to connect remote accessories to the drone
- Bluetooth V4.0 BLE connection
- 65 ft / 20 m with smartphone
- 200 ft / 60 m with Parrot Flypad
- 2.22 oz / 63 g without bumpers or accessories
- 7.1 x 7.1 in. / 18 x 18 cm with bumpers
- iOS 7 and up / Android 4.3 and up
- SDK: OS Linux. SDK available on Parrot.com
- 6 ball magazine
- 1 shot every 1.5 seconds
- Mechanical propulsion unit
- Soft impact
- 0.24 in. / 6 mm balls
- Shoot straight up to 6.5 ft / 2 m
- Timer system to open and close Grabber
- Two positions: open/closed
- Best position to catch objects: below the drone
- Opens when crash is detected
- Catch up to 0.15 oz / 4 g objects
Important Safety Information
- You must operate this aircraft in your line–of–sight in daylight. Do not let it get too far away from you.
- You must not fly closer than 30 metres to vehicles, boats, buildings or people.
- You must not fly over any populous area, such as beaches, other people’s backyards, heavily populated parks, or sports ovals where there is a game in progress.
- If you are in controlled airspace, which covers most Australian cities, you must not fly higher than 400 feet (120 metres).
- You should not fly within 5.5km of an airfield.
- It’s illegal to fly for money or economic reward unless you have an Remotely Piloted Aircraft Operating Certificate (ReOC) or are flying in accordance with the Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA) guidelines (More info: CASA Commercial RPA Use).