With storage on two levels, the Go Professional Cases Matrice 200 Case can haul your drone, batteries, controllers, tablets or monitors, and everything else you need for a busy day at the jobsite. Both levels have precisely sized cavities for your DJI Matrice 200 quadcopter and accessories cut into the protective closed-cell foam. The case can accommodate a Matrice 210RTK instead of the Matrice 200.
A hard shell enclosure, the Go Pro Matrice 200 Case takes repeated abuse from handling, rough rides to job sites, trips on baggage conveyors and carts, and airline flights. The Matrice is a workhorse in the construction, engineering and public safety fields, with interchangeability of cameras. For that reason, the Go Pro case accommodates up to four different cameras.
And it’s designed for effortless mobility. In addition to two fold out handles on the case that ease carrying, a third, pull-up handle and inline skate-style wheels on one edge of the case allow this Go Pro case to be wheeled out of the office or shop, through airports, and across paved surfaces.
Go Pro Matrice 200 / 201RTK Case features:
The closed-cell foam protectant in the Go Pro Matrice 200 Case is precision-cut with water jets to snug up against your Matrice UAV and hold it securely in place. It does the same for accessories. The underside of the lid also is lined with foam padding, so there’s no slipping, sliding or clanking inside the case when the quadcopter and peripherals are properly inserted into the openings.
The Go Pro Matrice 200 Case has cutouts in the foam for extra batteries: up to 14 TB50s, or 8 TB55 batteries, which provide longer flight time.
With the Matrice 200 requiring two batteries to fly, that’s enough power for four flights on TB55 batteries, or seven flights on TB50 batteries. You’ll spend more time in the air and less time back at base. Just return when the battery reserve is low, remove the spent batteries and snap in fresh units from the case. In addition, there are cutouts for a charger and charging hub, so multiple batteries can be recharged after use.
Need even more battery storage? Drone Nerds offers the Go Pro DJI Matrice 200 Battery Case. It holds 12 TB55 batteries or 24 TB50 batteries. It can be carried onto an airliner because it’s compact enough to fit under a seat.
Because the Matrice 200 is often used for professional applications, such as industrial or utility inspections, two operators use separate but linked controllers: one for the pilot, and one for the camera operator. Go Pro knows your needs, so it cuts the foam to accept two controllers, and there’s even space for two Cendence antennas. There are also two protective slots for smartphones/mini tablets or Crystal Sky monitors—one for each operator.
You’re not flying anywhere if a propeller fails, and Go Pro knows that. A large interior cavity offers plenty of storage space for a full set of spare propellers, and for odds and ends.
The Go Pro Matrice 200 Case makes transport easy and convenient. Two handles offer a choice: Carry the case vertically or horizontally. Both fold against the case when not in use. Another handle pulls out so you can pull the case along on its two inline-skate-type wheels. The pull handle is industrial strength and padded for comfort. The wheels and handle simplify airport navigation. The Matrice 200 case can be checked on an airliner as luggage but not carried on.
The solid SKB case uses a gasket around the opening between the body of the case and the lid. Once the case is latched tight, the solid exterior and gasket prevent intrusion by dust and water. That means the case provides extra protection in sandy or dusty areas, such as a beach, desert, farm or construction site, and in moist environments, where it’s raining or the humidity is high.
The latched case also has steel-reinforced holes to accept padlocks that keep unauthorized people from accessing your valuable, sensitive equipment.
The hard shell Go Pro Matrice 200 Case takes plenty of hard knocks, not uncommon on worksites or in airports. What’s more, the protective foam, precisely cut by water jets, further absorbs impacts and holds items securely in place.
A valve to equalize pressure inside the case with ambient pressure blocks dust and moisture from entering the case. It also allows potentially damaging moisture and heat to escape the confines of the case, further protecting equipment.