DJI Agras T40 Spray Drone

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DJI Agras T40

One for All

Fly the Farm can help you get set up with the Agras T40 within your farming or commercial spraying business. Send us an email with what you are trying to achieve with the drone & we'll help point you in the right direction.

Massive payload increase thanks to the coaxial twin rotor

The DJI AGRAS T40 Agriculture drone features a coaxial twin rotor design that increases the payload capacity by 30% with a maximum payload of 50 kg [1]. Its foldable design reduces the aircraft size by 70% for greater portability.

Dual atomization for even spraying

12 L/min

Magnetic Drive Impeller Pump

The new magnetic transmission design completely isolates the pesticide from the motor, making the aircraft corrosion-proof and ultra-durable. Quick disassembly by hand for easy cleaning

Dual Atomized Centrifugal Sprinkler

The dual atomized spray disc ensures even droplets and more efficient pesticide usage.

The proprietary centrifugal valve prevents leakage, avoids over-fertilization, and reduces pesticide use while protecting the environment.

Enhanced spreading efficiency for superior performance

Real-time weighing - The aircraft is equipped with a weighing sensor that monitors the spread quantity and remaining payload

Fast disassembly and cleaning - The spreading device can be dismantled in 3 minutes and washed with water.

Omnidirectional Obstacle Sensing

The Active Phased Array Radar is incorporated with a binocular vision sensor system to provide 360-degree horizontal omnidirectional obstacle sensing, offering optimal security. The detection distance of up to 50 m[8] allows for intelligent terrain following, smooth scaling and bypassing of multiple obstacles[9].

Mapping, spraying and spreading, all in one

The DJI AGRAS T40 Agriculture drone combines mapping, spraying and spreading functions, while its UHD camera and adjustable gimbal enable easy capture of your desired view. Farmland and orchard images can be captured in real time, and local maps can be generated using the remote controller with the D-RTK 2 Mobile Station. The system detects land boundaries and obstacles automatically, for quicker planning of flight routes over farmland and hilly orchards.

Fully enhanced remote controller for smoother, faster mapping

The 8-core processor makes mapping of 6.67 hectares possible in 10 minutes[10]. Minimizes wasted journeys with intelligent route planning, for greater efficiency. The large 7-inch high brightness screen offers a broader view with refined detail. A wide range of custom physical buttons provides flexible control.

Robustly tested for ultimate reliability

The core components are designed to withstand complex and harsh farmland environments. They have passed a host of rigorous tests such as corrosion prevention, high and low temperature, and aging tests, to ensure peace of mind for the user.

Ultra-fast charging

12000W Multifunctional Inverter Generator with new EFI technology and 15% fuel saving[3]. The charging station produces 1500W AC output, sufficient to power the remote controller, water pump, reloader, lights, and other components. The 30000mAh Intelligent Flight Battery with its standard air-cooled heat sink can cool down rapidly.

DJI Agras Intelligent Cloud

By pairing DJI AGRAS T40 with the Phantom 4 Multispectral, the platform allows you to perform variable spraying/spreading operations with precision based on the farmland’s prescription map. The feature is useful for the spraying of fertilizers on rice, fertilizers and defoliants on cotton crops, and nutrient solutions on soybeans and corn.





[1] Data was measured at sea level. The payload weight is greatly affected by the ambient temperature and altitude. The payload weight needs to be reduced by 10 kg for every 1,000m increase in altitude. The DJI Agras app will recommend the payload weight according to the current status and surroundings of the aircraft. When adding materials, the maximum weight should not exceed the recommended value, otherwise flight safety may be compromised.

[2] The core modules include: the avionics module, radio frequency module, breakout board, power distribution board, Electronic Speed Controller, Magnetic Drive Impeller Pump, Dual Atomized Centrifugal Sprinkler, Active Phased Array Omnidirectional/Backward and Downward Radar, Binocular Vision System, UHD FPV camera, and LED supplement light. The IPX6K rating is not permanent and may reduce over time after long-term use due to aging and wear.

[3] When charging at 9 kW, an EFI generator consumes 15% less fuel compared to a carburetor generator.

[4] Data was subject to the operating environment and parameters. T40 flight parameters: consumption rate 15 L/ha, spray width 11 m, flight speed 7 m/s, flight altitude 3 m

[5] Data was subject to the operating environment and parameters. T40 flight parameters: consumption rate 75 L/ha, spray width 4 m, flight speed 3 m/s, flight altitude 2 m

[6] Data was measured with urea and subject to the operating environment and parameters. Actual data may vary in operation. T40 flight parameters: consumption rate 149 kg/ha, spread width 7 m, flight speed 7 m/s, flight altitude 3 m, spreading disc rotation speed 1,000 rpm. The area is free of obstructions and in a regular terrain shape. The fertilizers are prepared in advance and can be loaded quickly.

[7] Urea, seeds, and feed have small bulk density. The volume of their particles weighing 50 kg will exceed 50 L.

[8] The effective sensing range varies depending on the material, position, shape, and other properties of the obstacle. Pilots are responsible for flight safety at all times. The obstacle avoidance system is only an assisting tool.

[9]The Bypass function should preferably be used in environments with sufficient daylight, an incline of less than 20 degrees, small obstacles, and few electrical wires. The function is not recommended for use at night, on a rainy day, or around many electrical wires.

[10] The remote controller’s mapping time, which can be affected by the firmware version, survey type, and other relevant factors.

[11] Charging from 30% to 95%, with the number of batteries chargeable depending on the battery level, idle time, altitude, temperature, and other factors.

[12] Charging from 30% to 95%. Factors impacting charging time: the altitude of the charging station; and the battery cell’s temperature is in the range of 15° to 70°C.

[13] Batteries are covered by warranty for up to 1,500 charging cycles or 12 months, whichever ends first.


For more information visit the DJI Agras T40 Downloads page for User Guides and other relevant documentation.


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