The Rugo™ Drone Light Systems are designed for use with either
- DJI Matrice 600 Drones
- DJI Matrice 200, Matrice 210 Drones and Terraview RangePro X8 Drones
- DJI Phantom 4 and Phantom 4 Pro Drones
- Yuneec Typhoon H and H520 Drones
- DJI Inspire 2
Each system comes with (2) Rugo™ lights and a set of drone mounts. Both lights include the Quick Swap® Power Pack with Strobe that meets FAA regulations for UAV night flight and anti-collision lighting.
The RCS Drone Light Systems are best for photography, videography, and other applications where high CRI light is needed. The RCS has a CRI rating of 92 and a color temperature of 5700K, so it portrays colors more accurately than normal LED light. It puts out up to 620 lumens and has an operational beam distance of up to 50 ft (15 m).
NOTE: using two Rugo™s along with the included set of mounts is recommended in order to maintain the drone’s center of gravity. Please make sure you follow all local and FAA requirements for night flight and have waivers filed if necessary.
Key Features for All Rugos™:
Rechargeable Quick Swap™ Power Pack with Strobe
The Rugo™ R1S and RCS have a rechargeable Quick Swap® Power Pack with Strobe. The strobe mode meets FAA regulations for UAV night flights and anti-collision lighting. The Power Pack provides 1 - 6 hours of light on a single charge and fully recharges via a USB adaptor in 2.5 hours. Power Packs can be swapped out in seconds with no tools. Additional Power Packs are available as separate accessories to extend usage time.
The Rugo™ R1S and RCS have three interchangeable lens settings, allowing the user to adapt to different uses:
- Spot = 25° Best for distance. R1S has maximum operational distance of 100 ft (30 m). RCS has maximum operational distance of 50 ft (15 m).
- Area = 55° Best for mid-range. Both R1S and RCS have maximum operational distance of 30 ft (9 m).
- Flood = 120° Best for close-up. Both R1S and RCS have maximum operational distance of 10 ft (3 m).
The Rugo™ RCS has a CRI rating of 92, which displays color more accurately and naturally than other LED lights. This makes the RCS a very useful tool for anyone that needs to see true-to-life colors, including photographers, videographers, inspectors, medical professionals, and more.
All Rugo™ lights have a rugged built-to-last design. They are impact resistant and fully submersible up to 10 ft (3 m). They also meets NFPA fire resistant requirements and can be decontaminated after use. The Rugo™ lights are backed by a Limited Lifetime Warranty.
ABOUT FOXFURY LIGHTING SOLUTIONS: FoxFury is a family-owned and operated company based in Oceanside, CA. Our goal is to provide the best quality professional flashlights, headlamps and helmet lights, forensic lasers, tactical lights, portable scene lights, right angle lights and drone and camera lights. FoxFury lights are used by first responders including firefighters, paramedics, police (law enforcement) and military, industrial professionals, photographers and videographers, around the world. All FoxFury lighting tools are cordless, battery powered and utilize the brightest, latest LED technology. Rechargeable and intrinsic options are available. All lights are waterproof, all-weather and impact resistant. We aim to manufacture the most dependable, durable professional lights on the market. FoxFury lights come with a Lifetime Limited Warranty. All lights are designed and engineered in California.
|Lumens||70 - 620 Lumens|
|Battery Life||1 - 6.75 Hours|
|Power Source||Rechargeable Lithium-Ion Battery System (Quick Swap® Power Pack with Strobe)|
|Modes for Quick Swap® Power Pack with Strobe||4 (Low, Medium, High, Strobe)|
|Total Weight||13.2 oz (374 g)|
|Rugo™ Weight||Each Rugo™ is 5.6 oz (158 g) with Power Pack and Light Head|
|Mount Weight||1 oz (28 g)|
|Quick Swap® Power Pack Weight||2.6 oz (73 g)|
|Dimensions for Rugo™||2.9 x 1.0 x 2.0 in (74 x 25 x 51 mm)|
|Fire Resistant||Meets Requirements of NFPA 1971-8.6 (2013)|
|Waterproof||60 ft for Rugo™ with Quick Swap® Power Pack with Strobe|
|Impact Resistant||22.9 ft (7 m)|
|Color Temperature||5600K, 92 CRI|
|Materials||Black Nylon 66 Power Pack, Orange switch cover, Black aluminum housing, Clear Tri-Lens®|
|Max Beam Distance||50 ft (15 m)|
|Adaptor Input||AC 100-240V, 50/60 Hz|
|Recharge Time||2.5 hours|
|Beam Angle||25 Degree Spot, 55 Degree Area, 120 Degree Flood|
|Features||Rechargeable Quick Swap® Power Pack
|Warranty||Limited Lifetime Warranty|
|What's Included||(2) RUGO™ Lights, (2) 1/4" - 20 and Cold-Shoe Mount, (2) Standard Mount with (4) knobs, USB Cable and Wall Adaptor, RUGO Bag, (1) set of Drone Mounts|
Replacement Quick Swap® Power Pack
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We've been using the Rugo lights with our DJI Matrice 210 for nighttime mapping utilizing Pix4D. The M210 can lift four lights attached to the landing gear with no problem, and the focused spotlight provides good light coverage as long as we can fly around 50 feet AGL. The hot-swap battery system is an invaluable feature so there's no down time. The ruggedness and design of the lights are much appreciated!
These lights were a solution to a problem. We use our Drone to check our cattle on pasture everyday but nights we still had to walk out and check them if we thought there was a problem. Now with these lights mounted on the Drone we can check the cattle herd for wellness anytime of the night. Bob
I like the feel of the construction. I use them on my Inspire to cruise during twilight. It’s now very simple to maintain VLOS. I just purchased two of the smaller lights for my Mavic 2. All of Foxfury products are well designed and constructed. I would highly recommend them!
This image shows the accurate color temperature and spread of the light and how it works beautifully to drop light in when you need it and don't want a silhouette or the instant pop of a flash. I haven't tried it on my drone yet, but wanted to show the extra capability and versatility. It's a staple in my camera bag now. The light can be used to scan the scene and illuminate a pretty broad area so you can find your subject and grab a shot. This was a handheld shot using my iPhone while I was rolling video on a tripod. I glanced around behind me and was able to multitask quickly. This is fellow fire photographer, Kent Porter, on the Kincade Fire, Nov.'19. The other footage I have is 4K video where I mounted the RUGO on the camera and removed the lens hood to eliminate the half-moon shadow. It could be mounted higher on the hot shoe to get around that and I am tinkering with it. The nice thing is that you can hand hold and move the light around while rolling and give some detail in very dark areas. You see it in the viewfinder and if you roll long enough you can get it where you want it and then cut out what doesn't work. That footage is going into a film and so I can't share it here, but it worked quite well.
Prompt service and a great product.