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DJI AeroScope Stationary Unit
DJI AeroScope Stationary Unit
DJI AeroScope Stationary Unit
DJI AeroScope Stationary Unit

DJI AeroScope Stationary Unit

SKU: AS-F1800

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DJI AeroScope Stationary Unit

The explosion in both consumer and commercial drone use has led to a surge in drone detection technology.

DJI have come up with their own solution, the DJI AeroScope.

This stationary configuration of the DJI AeroScope drone detection system has a range of up to 50km and will provide detailed information on drone flights in the protected airspace.

This allows organisations to make good security decisions quickly when it comes to drones flying in their airspace. 

Detailed flight telemetry will give the operator the flight path of the UAV, serial numbers and more information to help prevent unauthorised flights.

Product Specification

AeroScope Stationary Unit Specs

Model Number


IP Rating


Lightning Rating

IEC61000-4-5 6KV

Power Consumption

Approximately 70W

Input Voltage

Voltage range: 100V AC ~ 240V AC

Operating Temperature Range

-30° to 50° C (without solar radiation)
-30° to 45° C (with solar radiation)

Relative Humidity

5% to 100%

Absolute Humidity

1 g/m3 - 30 g/m3

Atmospheric Pressure

70 kPa - 106 kPa


310 mm (H) × 260 mm (W) × 100 mm (D)
(Will change depending on configuration)


6.8 kg

Supported Aircraft

Phantom series
Inspire series
Mavic series
Spark series

Electromagnetic Compatibility

This equipment meets electromagnetic compatibility requirements and also meets below criteria:
EN 55032: 2015
EN 55024: 2010+A1:2015
EN 61000-3-2: 2014
EN 61000-3-3: 2013
United States:
47 CFR Part 15, Subpart B:2016

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