I misunderstood. Did not know you meant a powered tether w/o using a battery. My bad.Guess you mean long chain? But the load of the chain will probably compensate the less weight of the battery? So one can fly "forever"?
Ok, here is info and I doubt Yneec will tell how long you can fly before it breaks or the motors will burn!I misunderstood. Did not know you meant a powered tether w/o using a battery. My bad.
I have no idea, if it is a commercial setup, the manufacturer should be able to advise.
This is a bit frustrating...
FYI, Ralphy is not the first one to show up on this forum claiming to be able to make it cheaper.
And I'm still really confused about hobby or recreational use. Someone please give me an example of using a power tether just for fun. Why would that be fun?
As an enterpreneur in aerial products and services I am of course aware of the field of tension between wishful thinking and pricing. That is why I have put it like this: quote "He estimates a design for this system for maybe 400 dollars. Even at twice this price a bargain!" end of quote, thus expressing my thoughts about this price estimate being to low and 800 is more likely to be a basic rate to consider. Still a lot less then the "combined dog leash, fishing reel, and battery charger" Matchy linked.It's was ALL the derogatory comments, especially about cost.
PatR agrees it can't be produced for $400. Usually that means it can't be MADE for that much.
And that can't be avoided, here.
But, you never know who's reading. These posts don't just disappear. I was surprised and offended by your comments.
You usually provide good information in your posts along with your subjectivity.