Posted 7/2/2019 22:03 (#7594283 - in reply to #7593193) Subject: RE: A strobe for drones is available
Normally one wouldn't need drone education on proper anti-collision, or navigation lighting schemes since it's illegal to fly a drone in hours of darkness unless you get a waiver. I believe the waivers for night flying are single-purpose & not open-ended. So, it doesn't seem that a good knowledge of aircraft lighting would be necessary for any drone owner.
But, most multi-prop drones fly omni-directional equally well. Not sure if the old "red-right-returning" cliche would work.
I think Lume Cube is just selling anti-collision stuff & not navigation lights for drones. Of course anti-collision can be either white or "aircraft red" in color for certified aircraft. Beacon or strobe type.
But of course, if it's a fixed wing drone, that's a different story I suppose. Not sure on their night waivers.