Airplane-type UAS D-12
The D-12 unmanned aircraft system with a take-off weight of 12 kg and a maximum flight range of 250 km
D-12 plane-type unmanned aircraft system
The D-12 unmanned aircraft is designed using the “flying wing” aerodynamic scheme. The model is designed for aerial photography and remote sensing of the earth surface. It can carry payloads of up to 2 kg and cover a distance of up to 250 km. Application:
|Maximum take-off weight||Up to 12 kg|
|Power unit||Electrical motor|
|Payload weight||Up to 2 kg|
|Maximum flight duration||Up to 2.5 hours|
|Maximum flight range||250 km|
|Maximum flight speed||126 km/h|
|Cruising flight speed||80–90 km/h|
|Maximum flight altitude||4000 m|
|Take-off mode||Elastic absorbing launcher/ with launcher|
|Landing mode||By parachute|
|Wind limit speed, no more||15 m/s|
|Ambient temperature range||-30 to +40 °C|
Payloads aerophotographic camera
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Professional thermal imaging camera AC-130/40T
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Multipurpose payload AC- 170/30/19T
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