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Charles Blouin commented on zhangqi's blog post Hybrid multirotor 7 hours 17 minutes flight.
"Great, don't hesitate to contact me if you have questions! Anyhow, I'd love to see a post on your optimization process when it is completed."
Feb 7
zhangqi commented on zhangqi's blog post Hybrid multirotor 7 hours 17 minutes flight.
"@Charles Blouin This is our next research focus, We will improve the whole system efficiency from the hybrid powerplant to motor and propeller. We are interested in your products. "
Feb 7
Charles Blouin commented on zhangqi's blog post Hybrid multirotor 7 hours 17 minutes flight.
"Good job! Did you do any test on the motor and propeller to maximize flight time?"
Feb 5
Antonie Kruger commented on zhangqi's blog post Hybrid multirotor 7 hours 17 minutes flight.
"That is great guys, well done."
Jan 31
Heung-Jin Choi commented on zhangqi's blog post Hybrid multirotor 7 hours 17 minutes flight.
"I see, I misunderstood owing to H2, which mean hydrogen in chemistry. All up weight (AUW) means total weight of your drone. I will take a look on your website. Thanks a lot"
Jan 31
zhangqi commented on zhangqi's blog post Hybrid multirotor 7 hours 17 minutes flight.
"@Waladi we use regular automotive gasoline fuel, it is low cost and very convenient. Also in our website, the fuel and oil mixture requirement is included."
Jan 31
zhangqi commented on zhangqi's blog post Hybrid multirotor 7 hours 17 minutes flight.
"@Heung-Jin Choi No, we don't use fuel cell technology, it is high price and not mature, we have tried it, now we use regular two stroke gasoline engine and bldc starter/generator as as our hybrid power system. I don't see AUW in the video,…"
Jan 31
Waladi commented on zhangqi's blog post Hybrid multirotor 7 hours 17 minutes flight.
"What is the fuel spec? Can you use regular car fuel with Octan: 92 ?"
Jan 30
Heung-Jin Choi commented on zhangqi's blog post Hybrid multirotor 7 hours 17 minutes flight.
"Amazing Chinese drone technology. Do you mean using hydrogen fuel cell as power source? What is AUW?"
Jan 30
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Hybrid multirotor 7 hours 17 minutes flight.

On January 19th 2018, our hybrid H2 powered multirotor drone flew 7 hours and 17 minutes in Tianjin China.Thanks for your attention.See More
Jan 30
zhangqi commented on zhangqi's blog post Our H2 hybrid powered multirotor succeed in sea bay crossing mission
"thanks, we will do better!"
Sep 14, 2017

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Hybrid multirotor 7 hours 17 minutes flight.

Posted on January 30, 2018 at 4:00pm 9 Comments

On January 19th 2018, our hybrid H2 powered multirotor drone flew 7 hours and 17 minutes in Tianjin China.

Thanks for your attention.

Our H2 hybrid powered multirotor succeed in sea bay crossing mission

Posted on September 12, 2017 at 10:00am 3 Comments

On September 9th, two drone companies have been succeed in their sea bay crossing mission, which is about 100km and 3 hours. They started from Changdao and the destination is Dalian in norheast China.The wind is about class 4~6, but the two multirotor uavs all completed their missions successfully, and they are all equipped with our H2 hybrid powerplant.

So this is another proof to our H2 hybrid system performance.

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Flying over sea with H2 hybrid powered drone

Posted on July 14, 2017 at 7:30am 10 Comments

H2 Hybrid powered multirotor drone flying over sea from Penglai to Chang island in Shandong province, China.

H2 Hybrid powersystem introduction:

core weight:4kg;

output power:1.8kw/continuous,2kw/peak;

payload:3kg,…

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