DJI Air 2S Low-Noise Propellers
Each blade has undergone a precise dynamic balance test, resulting in less noise, more aerodynamic efficiency, lower power consumption, and improved endurance. Made specifically for the DJI Air 2S
Longer, quieter flight.
Please install the blade strictly according to the instructions.
Low-Noise Propellers (Pair) × 1
Model: 7238 Low-Noise Propellers
Diameter×Thread Pitch: 18.3×9.7 cm
Weight: 4.8 g (each)
DJI Air 2S, Mavic Air 2
The DJI Air 2S Low-Noise Propellers are designed to provide a quieter and more efficient flight experience for DJI Air 2S drone users. These propellers have undergone a precise dynamic balance test, which ensures that each blade is balanced to reduce vibrations and noise during flight.
With improved aerodynamic efficiency, the DJI Air 2S Low-Noise Propellers can produce more lift with less power consumption, resulting in longer flight times and increased endurance. Additionally, the lower noise output of these propellers makes them ideal for use in environments where noise pollution is a concern, such as residential areas or nature reserves.
It is important to note that the DJI Air 2S Low-Noise Propellers are specifically designed for use with the DJI Air 2S drone and may not be compatible with other drone models. Using propellers that are not designed for your drone can cause damage to the drone’s motors or flight performance, so it is important to always use the correct propellers for your specific drone model.
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