RF-360

The RF-360 is a passive, network-attached radio sensor for the detection, classification, and localization (geolocation) of drones and their remote controls.

Key Features

  • RF-based localization finds drones and pilots and plots them on a map

  • Long-range drone detection and direction finding (up to 5 km)

  • Fast installation and start-up due to cloud-readyness thanks to integrated LTE and GPS

  • Provides information on “hotspots” of drone activity

  • Optimized for RF noisy environments

  • No legal authorization required

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RF-360 Specifications

Range (line of sight)

Under normal conditions 1.25 mi (2.0 km) for most drones Under ideal conditions up to 3.1 mi (5.0 km) for specific drones

Device Type

Sensor*

Radio Frequency

Omnidirectional, passive detection, classification, and direction finding

L x W x H  

12" x 12" x 15.96" (300 mm x 300 mm x 405 mm) 

Weight

15.5 lb (7.0 kg)

Ingress Protection Rating

IP65

Operating Temperature

-4 °F to +131 °F (-20 °C to +55 °C)

Power Supply Cellular Operation

AC 100-240V 50/60 Hz max. 1 A

Power Supply on Premises Operation

PoE IEEE 802.3bt (60 W) or AC 100-240V 50/60 Hz max. 1 A

Power Consumption

24 W (typical)

Communication Technologies

Cellular Communication** or Ethernet

Connectivity

Via LAN to existing IT infrastructure or via the integrated mobile connection in the Dedrone Cloud

Configuration, Operation, and Alarms

Via the browser-based DroneTracker software (software version >= 4.2.15 and valid license)

Software Updates

Firmware and DroneDNA updates via a DroneTracker instance (cloud or server)

*pole not included **for North America, most of Europe and others possible