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Adding A siren or horn to my P3 pro

Discussion in 'Pro/Adv Discussion' started by Scott Anstis, Mar 14, 2016.

  1. Scott Anstis

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    I would like to add a siren or horn to my P3 pro.
    Remote activation would be best.
    Has anyone got any ideas or experience on how to do this?

    Thanks
     
  2. yojo182

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    1. No clue
    2. Why?
    3. This would be awesome to scare people away! I mean politely ask them to move away from the expensive equipment...


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  3. Ajginger

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    There is a light/siren device on ebay that will activate once the birds battery connection is broken. This couldbe good in the event of a crash or flyaway.
     
  4. PrecisionAeroworks

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    My guess (or at least the application I've heard of for a horn/buzzer/siren) is for something like cattle muster.

    Mounting a noisemaking device to the P3/4 = Easy
    Remote Switch = Hard

    Here's an ongoing thread on the Remote Switch:
    Remote activated switch?
     
  5. Scott Anstis

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    Mustering
     
  6. Michel Rivet

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    do you have the name of the object.... There is a light/siren device on ebay that will activate once the birds battery connection is broken
     
  7. Scott Anstis

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    No I haven't got a sound device in mind yet. What is its eBay number?
    Thanks
     
  8. yankee65

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    There's a kid here in Connecticut that has a gun on his, shoots pretty good to


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  9. Ajginger

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    Would a siren or alarm scare away a bird that may want to take out a drone?
     
  11. Dave from Ok

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    You could use a small solid state relay that is switched on by the arms LED lights power supply ( DJI GO app controlled) to power anything you want. Other lights, horn, grabber, the relays "coil side uses almost no power, the load-side would be fed from the Phantoms battery


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