• 4Hawks Raptor SR Range Extender for DJI Phantom 4 Pro

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4Hawks Raptor SR Range Extender for DJI Phantom 4 Pro

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DETAILS:

Raptor range extender for DJI Phantom 4 Pro works on both 2.4GHz & 5GHz frequency and increases your drones flight range. From now on you can reach up to three times further than with standard antennas. All materials were precisely selected and all elements were designed diligently. The radio transparent radome is made by advanced injection moulding process. The mounting system is made of stainless steel and doesn’t contain any removable parts that can be easy to lose. Thanks to a dedicated mechanism, the operator can easily and smoothly adjust tilt of the antenna.

  • Extended flight range
  • Noise removal from other devices
  • Improved video signal
  • Adjustable signal direction
  • High quality, lightweight design
  • Complete solution
  • Increase Drones Flight Range

Raptor range extenders have been designed to increase your drone’s flight range, making it even more enjoyable than ever before. All that with a crystal clear video and a very long range that is limited only by your battery.

Break Performance Limits
  • Directional antenna allows for an uninterrupted drone flight, free from any interference and noises originating from other devices or networks.
Outstanding Antenna Beam Performance
  • In comparison to original omnidirectional antennas with weak distance efficiency, 4Hawks’ Raptor patch antenna extends sectoral coverage, increasing the maximum flight range.
Optimised Waves Propagation
  • Signal is enhanced thanks to efficient waves propagation pointed towards drone.
All accesories included
  • The entire set is comprised of antenna, dedicated mounting system, pigtails and other required tools to modify your controller.
Adjustable tilt of the antenna
  • Each mounting system is able to perfectly adjust the elevation angle as well as to point the antenna precisely to the drone’s current position.