DJI’s next agricultural drones, Agras T25, Agras T50 have showed up at the FCC earlier today, suggesting a North American release soon. These drones join the Mini 4 Pro which also showed up at the FCC today.
Both the Agras T25 and Agras T50 were launched earlier in the year but were yet to reach North American and other similar markets.
Agras T25 and Agras T50
Agras T25, the smaller of the two has a spraying capacity of 20kg and a spreading capacity of 25kg. T50 has a spraying capacity of 50kg and a spreading capacity of 40kg.
Both drones are equipped with an improved spraying system with a flow rate of 100%. Using two nozzles, the drones can do up to 16 litres per minutes, and with 4, up to 24 litres per minute.
T25 and T50 feature the usual dual radar and binocular vision system to detect the terrain and obstacles. The T50 uses a new DB1560 intelligent flight battery with a capacity of up to 30 Ah and is rated for up to 1500 cycles. It uses the D12000iEP charging station to charge the batteries in 9 minutes.
Source: FCC database