Rental DJI M30T Drone
Rental DJI M30T Drone
Rental DJI M30T Drone
Rental DJI M30T Drone
Rental DJI M30T Drone

Rental DJI M30T Drone

£599.00 inc VAT weeklyRegular price
Purchase Price: £11,038.00

Base Rental Price

£-

Delivery & Collection

£35

Estimated Insurance

£ - Hobbyist
£ - Commercial

Currently -4 units in stock.

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No capital outlay & no depreciating asset

Service & maintenance outsourced

Try before you buy

Eliminate down time

Mitigate risk of drone advancements

Rental Information
4 Step Rental Process

Full Description

Rental DJI Matrice 30T Thermal Drone

The DJI Matrice 30 is DJI Enterprise's flagship drone.

It fits in a backpack or can be used with the DJI Dock (Dock Version) for autonomous deployment.

It integrates multiple high-performance sensors into one single camera payload and can be used with the new DJI FlightHub 2 fleet management and flight planning software.

The M30 has an IP55 weather-rating, making it ideal for missions in hostile environments.

It is the fastest, easiest high-performance DJI Enterprise drone to set up.

DJI Care Enterprise protection cover (Basic package) is included with the M30T.

Matrice 30T Cameras

The M30 series comes in two versions, the M30 and the M30T.

The M30T model has a 48 megapixel 1/2" CMOS sensor zoom camera with 5x to 16x optical and 200x digital zoom, a 12 megapixel wide-angle camera, 8k photo 4K/30 fps video resolution, and a laser rangefinder which can give the precise coordinates of objects up to 1,200 metres away.

Thermal capabilities of the M30T feature an additional 640 x 512 px radiometric thermal camera.

DJI M30 Design

  • IP55 weather rating for outstanding performance in harsh environments, including wet weather.
  • Operation temperatures from -20° C to 50° C.
  • Improved first-person view pilot camera for low light conditions
  • Three-propeller emergency landing, Health Management System, six-way obstacle avoidance sensors.
  • Four-antenna OcuSync 3 Enterprise transmission ensures a strong redundancy, and it supports LTE link backup, in the face of complex terrain and working conditions.
  • Foldable integrated lightweight design (3.7 kg take-off weight) that is easy to unfold, store and carry anywhere.
  • New self-heating TB30 battery design can support at least 400 charge cycles and allows a 41-minute flight time.
  • Smart BS30 charging case allows quick battery charging from 20% to 90% in 30 minutes.
  • New self-locking system and can be folded by just pressing a button.

M30 Data Security

The M30 features best in class data security.

Offline Updates: Enable future firmware updates to be completed entirely offline. Firmware packages can be downloaded from the DJI official website and saved to an external storage device such a microSD card, before being uploaded into the M30 and updated with DJI Pilot.

Local Data Mode: Acts like Airplane Mode on a phone by completely disconnecting the DJI M30 from the internet, ensuring all data stays only in the drone.

SD card AES encryption: Protects all the photos, videos, and flight logs that get stored on the microSD card by a security code and AES encryption.

DJI RC Plus

The new flagship enterprise controller.

  • 7-inch-wide high-definition, bright screen
  • IP54 certified, meaning it can be used in heavy rain
  • The DJI RC Plus has six physical buttons below the control sticks next to the screen. This makes it easier to switch between key controls - such as wide angle, zoom, infrared, and FPV views - without having to take hands away from the control sticks.
  • 6 hours of screen-on time. It has an internal battery and a swappable external battery, preventing the interruption of a mission.
  • Ports for microSD card, USB, HDMI, USB type C and 4G connectivity (where offered), for customers needing transmission redundancy.

Product Specification

Specification

Value

Dimensions (folded)

365×215×195 mm (L×W×H)

Diagonal Wheelbase

668 mm

Weight (incl. two batteries)

3770 ± 10 g

Max Takeoff Weight

4000 g

Operation Frequency[1]

2.4000-2.4835 GHz; 5.725-5.850 GHz

Transmitter Power (EIRP)

2.4 GHz: <33 dBm (FCC); <20 dBm (CE/SRRC/MIC)

5.8 GHz: <33 dBm (FCC/SRRC); <14 dBm (CE)

Hovering Accuracy

(windless or breezy)

Vertical: ±0.1 m (Vision System enabled); ±0.5 m (N-mode with GPS); ±0.1 m (RTK)

Horizontal: ±0.3 m (Vision System enabled); ±1.5 m (N-mode with GPS); ±0.1 m (RTK)

RTK Positioning Accuracy

(fixed RTK enabled)

1 cm+1 ppm (horizontal)

1.5 cm+1 ppm (vertical)

Max Angular Velocity

Pitch: 150°/sec.; Yaw: 100°/sec.

Max Tilt Angle

35° (N-mode and Forward Vision System enabled: 25°)

Max Ascent/Descent Speed

6 m/s, 5 m/s

Max Tilt Descent Speed

7 m/s

Max Horizontal Speed

23 m/s

Max Service Ceiling Above Sea Level (without other payload)

5,000 m (with 1671 propellers)

7,000 m (with 1676 propellers)

Max Wind Resistance

15 m/s

12 m/s during taking off and landing

Max Hover Time [2]

36 min

Max Flight Time[2]

41 min

Motor Model

3511

Propeller Model

1671

1676 High Altitude (not included)

Ingress Protection Rating[3]

IP55

GNSS

GPS+Galileo+BeiDou+GLONASS(GLONASS is supported only when RTK module is enabled)

Operating Temperature

-20° to 50° C (-4° to 122° F)

Gimbal

Angular Vibration Range

±0.01°

Controllable Range

Pan: ±90°

Tilt: -120° to +45°

Mechanical Range

Pan: ±105°

Tilt: -135° to +60°

Roll: ±45°

Zoom Camera

Sensor

1/2 CMOS

Lens

Focal length: 21-75 mm (equivalent: 113-405 mm)

Aperture: f/2.8-f/4.2

Focus: 5 m to ∞

Wide Camera

Sensor

1/2 CMOS

Lens

DFOV: 84°

Focal length: 4.5 mm (equivalent: 24 mm)

Aperture: f/2.8

Focus: 1 m to ∞

Thermal Camera

Thermal Imager

Uncooled VOx Microbolometer

Lens

DFOV: 64°

Focal length: 9.1 mm (equivalent: 40 mm)

Aperture: f/1.0

Focus: 5 m to ∞

Infrared Temperature Measurement Accuracy[4]

±2°C or ±2% (using the larger value)

FPV Camera

Resolution

1920×1080

DFOV

161°

Frame Rate

30 fps

Laser Module

Wavelength

905 nm

Max Laser Power

3.5 mW

Single Pulse Width

6 ns

Measurement Accuracy

± (0.2 m + D×0.15%)D is the distance to a vertical surface

Measuring Range

3-1,200 m (0.5×12 m vertical surface with 20% reflectivity)

Vision Systems

Obstacle Sensing Range

Forward: 0.6-38 m

Upward/Downward/Backward/Sideward: 0.5-33 m

FOV

65° (H), 50° (V)

Operating Environment

Surfaces with clear patterns and adequate lighting (> 15 lux)

Infrared Sensing Systems

Obstacle Sensing Range

0.1 to 10 m

FOV

30°

Operating Environment

Large, diffuse, and reflective obstacles (reflectivity >10%)

TB30 Intelligent Flight Battery

Capacity

5880 mAh

Voltage

26.1 V

Battery Type

LiPo 6S

Energy

131.6 Wh

Net Weight

Approx. 685 g

Operating Temperature

-20° to 50° C (-4° to 122° F)

Storage Temperature

20° to 30° C (68° to 86° F)

Charging Temperature

-20° to 40° C (-4° to 104° F)(When the temperature is lower than 10° C (50° F), the self-heating function will be automatically enabled. Charging in a low temperature may shorten the lifetime of the battery)

Chemical System

LiNiMnCoO2

Auxiliary Lights

Effective Illumination Distance

5 m

Illumination Type

60 Hz, solid glow

Remote Controller

Screen

7.02 inch LCD touchscreen, with a resolution of 1920×1200 pixels, and high brightness of 1200 cd/m2

Internal Battery

Type: Li-ion (6500 mAh @ 7.2 V)

Charge Type: Supports battery station or USB-C charger maximum rated power 65W (max voltage of 20V)

Charge Time: 2 hours

Chemical System: LiNiCoAIO2

External Battery(WB37 Intelligent Battery)

Capacity: 4920 mAh

Voltage: 7.6 V

Battery Type: Li-ion

Energy: 37.39 Wh

Chemical System: LiCoO2

Operating Time[5]

Internal Battery: Approx. 3 hours 18 minInternal Battery + External Battery: Approx. 6 hours

Ingress Protection Rating[3]

IP54

GNSS

GPS+Galileo+BeiDou

Operating Temperature

-20° to 50° C (-4° to 122° F)

O3 Enterprise

Operating Frequency[1]

2.4000-2.4835 GHz, 5.725-5.850 GHz

Max Transmission Distance (unobstructed, free of interference)

2.4000-2.4835 GHz: 15 km (FCC); 8 km (CE/SRRC/MIC)

Max Transmission Distance (with interference)

Strong Interference (urban landscape, limited line of sight, many competing signals): 1.5-3 km (FCC/CE/SRRC/MIC)

Medium Interference (suburban landscape, open line of sight, some competing signals): 3-9 km (FCC); 3-6 km (CE/SRRC/ MIC)

Weak Interference (open landscape abundant line of sight, few competing signals): 9-15 km (FCC); 6-8 km (CE/ SRRC/MIC)

Transmitter Power (EIRP)

2.4 GHz: <33 dBm (FCC); <20 dBm (CE/ SRRC/MIC)

5.8 GHz: <33 dBm (FCC); <14 dBm (CE); <23 dBm (SRRC)

Wi-Fi

Protocol

Wi-Fi 6

Operating Frequency[1]

2.4000-2.4835 GHz; 5.150-5.250 GHz; 5.725-5.850 GHz

Transmitter Power (EIRP)

2.4 GHz: <26 dBm (FCC); <20 dBm (CE/ SRRC/MIC)

5.1 GHz: <26 dBm (FCC); <23 dBm (CE/ SRRC/MIC)

5.8 GHz: <26 dBm (FCC/SRRC); <14 dBm(CE)

Bluetooth

Protocol

Bluetooth 5.1

Operating Frequency

2.4000-2.4835 GHz

Transmitter Power (EIRP)

<10 dBm

BS30 Intelligent Battery Station

Dimensions

353×267×148 mm

Net Weight

3.95 kg

Compatible Battery Type

TB30 Intelligent Flight Battery

WB37 Intelligent Battery

Input

100-240 VAC, 50/60 Hz

Output

TB30 Battery Port: 26.1 V, 8.9 A (supported up to two outputs simultaneously)

WB37 Intelligent Battery: 8.7 V, 6 A

Output Power

525 W

USB-C port

Max. output power of 65 W

USB-A port

Max. output power of 10 W (5 V, 2 A)

Power Consumption (when not charging battery)

< 8 W

Output Power (when warming up battery)

Approx. 30 W

Operating Temperature

-20° to 40° C (-4° to 104° F)

Ingress Protection Rating[3]

IP55 (with the cover closed properly)

Charging Time[6]

Approx. 30 min (charging two TB30 batteries from 20%-90%)

Approx. 50 min (charging two TB30 batteries from 0%-100%)

Protection Features

Anti-Backflow Protection

Short Circuit Protection

Over Voltage Protection

Over Current Protection

Temperature Protection

Other

Footnotes

[1] 5.8 and 5.1GHz frequencies are prohibited in some countries. In some countries, the 5.1GHz frequency is only allowed for use indoors.

[2] The maximum flight time and the hover time were tested in a lab environment and is for reference only.

[3] This protection rating is not permanent and may reduce over time after long-term use.

[4] Infrared temperature measurement accuracy was tested in a lab environment and is for reference only.

[5] The maximum operating time was tested in a lab environment and is for reference only.

[6] The charging time was tested in a lab environment at room temperature. The value provided should be used for reference only.

Required Documents for Rental

Training

Suggested training is the A2 CofC. Open the dropdowns below for more details.

Open Category Flights

If you are flying this drone in the Open Category, you have two options:

  1. A Valid A2 CofC: Fly in the A2 subcategory, fly up to 50m horizontally of uninvolved people.
  2. No A2 CofC: Fly in the A3 subcategory, no uninvolved people present within the area of flight, and no flights must take place within 150m horizontally of residential, commercial, industrial or recreational areas.

To obtain a valid A2 CofC, conduct online A2 CofC drone training with heliguy™. Click here for more details.

Specific Category

The Specific Category covers operations that present a greater risk than that of the Open Category, or where one or more elements of the operation fall outside the boundaries of the Open Category.

For this, a GVC is needed to be able to apply for an Operational Authorisation (similar to the former PfCO) from the CAA to operate in the Specific Category.

If you require a GVC to operate this drone, you can conduct online drone training with heliguy™. Click for more information.

Or you can take our PfCO to GVC Conversion Course. Click for more information.

For more information about the rules, read our UK Drone Laws blog.

Registration

Each pilot flying this aircraft requires a unique Flyer ID.

Pilots not in possession of a valid Flyer ID must visit the CAA’s drone registration website and complete the free online theory test to receive a Flyer ID. Each pilot must have their Flyer ID on them when flying this aircraft.

This rental drone is already labelled with an Operator ID, belonging to heliguy™. Therefore, a separate Operator ID is not required for heliguy™ drone rental.

Insurance

All drones require a valid insurance policy to rent.

We recommend Coverdrone's short term insurance designed to insure the drones on a temporary basis.

Coverdrone can offer buy as you fly insurance to almost all pilots who meet the training and registration requirements for that drone.

Get insurance from Coverdrone

You will need to provide Coverdrone with:

  • Product Name: Mavic 3 Combo
  • Rental period:
  • Equipment Value: [the full value]
  • Hirer Name: heliguy™
  • Email: info@heliguy.com

Coverdrone will issue you with three documents - a Statement of Fact, Policy Schedule, and Evidence of Cover. The Policy Schedule is the official policy document and proof of cover, so please upload this here, as part of your rental application with heliguy™.

Identity Verification

You will also be required to complete a two-step identification process: Supplying a copy of your driving licence or passport, as well as a copy of a recent utility bill or bank statement which matches the shipping address.

Rental Process

Choose Your Equipment

We offer a range of rental equipment, including drones, payloads, batteries, and other items.

This enables you to dynamically scale your operations on a risk-free, cost-effective short-terms basis, tailoring the equipment to suit your needs.

All you need to get started is to pick your rental equipment. Click to view our rental stock.

Choose Dates

You’ve selected your equipment. Now it is time to say how long you want it for.

Our rental packages are available to hire in weekly slots, but you can rent the equipment across multiple weekly blocks, where available.

We've adjusted our rental offering and removed the variable time periods to reduce admin time and cut the cost of your rental bundle. Our new prices for weekly hire periods give you substantially better value than our previous daily rates.

As long as your rental package is processed by 1pm, we can ship your equipment by next-day courier, Monday to Friday.

Upload Documentation

Before you rent equipment from us, you will need to upload some important documentation

This is based on having the right drone training qualification and UK drone registration requirements - where applicable - and a suitable insurance policy in place, which needs to be submitted to us.

You will also be required to complete a two-step identification process: Supplying a copy of your driving licence or passport, as well as a copy of a recent utility bill or bank statement which matches the shipping address.

Please check the box to confirm you have the required documents and use the forms to upload them directly to the site or Click here to learn more and get the relevant documents.

Get Equipment

Your equipment will be dispatched by next-day courier to your address.

When it comes to returns, we offer collections for all rentals.

Delivery and collection fee will be quoted to you before you confirm your booking.

Advantages of Rental

No capital outlay & no depreciating asset

Simply put - your upfront cost to access the very latest in drone technology will be substantially lower.

Any time you purchase new equipment, the value begins to depreciate on the asset you've bought almost immediately.

Our rental service protects you from the depreciation of these assets and ensures that your operations are always at the cutting-edge of drone technology.

The heliguy™ rental service will prevent an unused drone costing you money!

Service & maintenance outsourced

Forget firmware updates that delay jobs.

Stop stressing about the massive disruption caused by downtime when your drone is not operational.

The heliguy™ rental service gives you and your business access to well-maintained, up-to-date equipment so that your operations can run like clockwork.

Hours and hours spent maintaining your equipment is now freed up for you to go out there and do what you to best.

Try before you buy

Renting enables you to test the equipment first before deciding to buy it.

This allows you to evaluate the very latest drone equipment without the huge upfront cost and risk of broken workflows as you transition to a different fleet.

Numerous heliguy™ clients have found that through a low-cost rental, they've been able to see the massive advantages of upgrading their fleet for themselves, making internal buy in for a full purchase much simpler.

Eliminate down time

If you damage your equipment during your operations - which happens to the best of us - you could be waiting days, weeks or even months to get back in the air.

Those delays are costing you and your business.

With heliguy™ drone rental - those concerns are a thing of the past.

Our huge investment in our rental fleet means that we have backup units available and ready to be shipped to you when things go wrong.

Make downtime a thing of the past!

Mitigate risk of drone advancements

One of the biggest advantages of using the heliguy™ rental service is to ensure that you're at the forefront of drone use.

The technology available in the drone sector progresses at a tremendous rate.

Outdated equipment gets devalued quickly and can become less reliable with continued use without servicing.

By using our rental service you're making sure that you and your business get access to the very best equipment at all times.

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