Drone-type UAS AC-MK6
Flight time is 75 minutes with a payload of 2 kg on board.
Drone-type UAS AC-MK6
AC-MK unmanned aircraft system with vertical take-off and landing is capable to operate with a large number of pay loads: from cameras and thermal imagers to air-laser scanning systems and atmospheric pollution sensors.
Flight time is 75 minutes with a payload of 2 kg on board. The ground control station allows to fly and accurately skirting the terrain. The only difference from the AC-MK-4 model is the number of engines. The hexacopter scheme unlike the quadrocopter has one main operational advantage: in case of failure of up to two engines in the air, the device will be able to continue the flight and land safely.
This is a compact unmanned aircraft with vertical take-off and landing, capable to operate with a large number of pay loads: from cameras and thermal imagers to air-laser scanning systems and atmospheric pollution sensors.
|Type of construction||Folding|
|Dimensions (Length/width/height)||In working condition with screws – 2 130/2 130/480 mm|
Folded – 590/590/730 mm
Diagonally without screws – 1520 mm
|Weight||With BRU – 14 kg|
BRU – 7,2 kg
|Maximum payload||7 kg|
|Maximum take-off weight||21 kg|
|Operating frequency range||ISM 915 MHz, ISM 2400 MHz|
|Positioning accuracy in GPS mode||On the horizontal axis ± 0.3 m|
On the vertical axis ± 0.4 m
|Maximum pitch angle||20°|
|Maximum speed||15 m/s|
|Rate of climb||5 m/s|
|Rate of descent||3 m/s|
|Practical ceiling above sea level||6 000 m|
|Maximum permissible wind speed||18 m/s|
|Maximum flight time||75 minutes|
|Flight radius||20 km|
|Dust and moisture protection||IP44|
|Operating temperature range||-40°C to +40°C|
Multipurpose payload AC- 170/30/19T
Multipurpose payload AC-170/30/19T combines at once visual and thermal imaging matrices. This helps to reduce the camera weight and allows to receive twice as large the data during the flight, hence increasing the efficiency of air inspection.
Unique in its kind, the target load consists of two thermal imaging cameras combined in one housing, which operate in different spectral ranges and complement each other perfectly.