Airplane-type UAS D-20
With possibility to fly at a distance of up to 1,000 km and independence up to 14 hours
Airplane-type UAS D-20
The unmanned aircraft system D-20 with an internal combustion engine is designed to perform work on remote, extended facilities and objects having large-area. During 14 hours of flight, the D-20 is able to cover more than 1000 km. D-20 UAS includes:
With a full fuel reserve for the flight it can be equipped with a payload weighing up to 5 kg. The design of the UAV housing provides two compartments for placement of payloads which makes it possible to use several loads simultaneously. Payload options:
|Maximum take-off weight||Up to 29 kg|
|Payload weight||Up to 5 kg|
|Maximum flight speed||45 m/s (160 km/h)|
|Flight course speed||22–26 m/s (80–90 km/h)|
|Maximum flight duration with payload of 1.5 kg, at least, hours||14 h|
|Maximum flight duration with payload of 3 kg, at least, hours||10 h|
|Maximum flight duration with payload of 5 kg, at least, hours||8 h|
|Maximum flying range||1000 km|
|Maximum flight altitude||4000 m|
|Take-off mode||From a launcher|
|Landing mode||On parachute|
|Wind limit speed, no more||15 m/s|
|Ambient temperature range||-30 to +40 °C|
Payloads aerophotographic camera
Aerophotographic camera is designed to capture a series of image frames of the underlying terrain from the aircraft board and saving them on a solid-state recorder
Aerial laser scanners
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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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