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UAV Sci-Tech UAVs are Chinese UAVs developed by Beijing UAV Sci-Tech Co., Ltd. (UAV Sci-Tech, 北京国遥星图航空科技有限公司), and these UAVs include both fixed-wing and rotary-wing UAVs.

Delta-wing UAVEdit

Delta wing UAV is a fixed-wing micro air vehicle (MAV) developed by UAV Sci-Tech, and it does not have any vertical rudder. Propulsion is provided by a two-blade propeller driven by a pusher engine mounted at the empennage, and the UAV is usually launched via catapult. This MAV can either be gasoline or electrically powered, and is constructed of carbon fiber and fiber glass. Specification:[1]

  • Length (m): 1
  • Width (m): 2.1
  • Power: Gasoline or electric
  • Endurance: (min) 60 for electrically powered version, 90 – 120 for gasoline-powered version
  • Payload (kg): 1.4
  • Max take-off weight (kg): 7.5
  • Remote control radius (km): 30
  • Max speed (km/hr): 120
  • Cruise speed (km/hr): 72
  • Launch: catapult
  • Recovery: parachute

MAVEdit

UAV Sci-Tech has developed an electrically powered micro air vehicle (MAV) that resembles a miniature version of Northrop X-4 Bantam without the inlets because Swift III is powered by a two-blade propeller driven by a pusher engine mounted at the end of the empennage. The layout of this MAV is identical to that of two other Chinese UAVs: Yuhui Swift III and NFAT Sky-09. Specification:[2]

  • Wingspan: 1.2 m
  • Wing area: 43.12 dm2
  • Length: 1.06 m
  • Max take-off weight: 2.4 kg
  • Payload: 0.6 kg
  • Cruise speed: 50 km/h
  • Remote control radius: 25–40 km
  • Endurance: 35–40 min
  • Typical operating range: 15 km
  • Launch: by hand or catapult
  • Landing: parachute

SXEdit

SX MAV developed by UAV Sci-Tech is a quadrotor constructed of carbon fiber. Specifications:[3]

  • Diameter: 70 cm
  • Height: 25 cm
  • Rotor diameter: 16 in (41 cm)
  • Empty weight: 1.3 kg
  • Max take-off weight: 1.6 kg
  • Payload: 0.3 kg
  • Ceiling: 3 km
  • Max speed: 12 m/s

Telemetery IEdit

UAV is in conventional layout with high-wing configuration and fuselage mounted tail. The UAV has a tricycle landing gear system and propulsion is provided by a two-blade propeller driven by a tractor engine mounted in the nose. Specification:[4]

  • Launch: taxiing or catapult
  • Landing: taxiing or parachute

Telemetry IIEdit

Telemetry II UAV is in conventional layout with high-wing configuration and fuselage mounted tail. The UAV has a tricycle landing gear system and propulsion is provided by a two-blade propeller driven by a tractor engine mounted in the nose. Specification:[5]

  • Wingspan: 2.6 m
  • Length: 1.8 m
  • Height: 0.5 m
  • Max take-off weight: 14 kg
  • Empty weight: 11 kg
  • Payload: 4 kg
  • Payload capacity: 0.6 dm2
  • Fuel: 3 L
  • Fuel consumption: 22 mL/min
  • Ceiling: 3.5 km
  • Propeller diameter:0.6 m
  • Max speed: 140 km/h
  • Cruise speed: 100 km/h
  • Rate of climb:5 m/s
  • g overload: 4.5
  • Endurance: 100 min
  • Range: 150 km
  • Max wind scale (speed) allowed for operation: 5 (13 m/s)
  • Launch: taxiing or catapult
  • Landing: taxiing or parachute

Telemetry IIIEdit

Telemetry III UAV is in conventional layout with high-wing configuration and fuselage mounted tail. The UAV has a tricycle landing gear system and propulsion is provided by a two-blade propeller driven by a tractor engine mounted in the nose. Specification:[6]

  • Wingspan: 3 m
  • Length: 2.3 m
  • Height: 0.5 m
  • Wing area: 1 m2
  • Max take-off weight: 28 kg
  • Empty weight: 16 kg
  • Payload: 8 kg
  • Payload capacity: 18 L
  • Fuel: 9 L
  • Fuel consumption: 2.2 L/h
  • Ceiling: 6.5 km
  • Max speed: 150 km/h
  • Cruise speed: 120 km/h
  • Rate of climb: 5 m/s
  • g overload: 4.4 g
  • Endurance: 3–4 h
  • Range: 400 km
  • Max wind scale (speed) allowed for operation: 5 (15 m/s)
  • Launch: taxiing or catapult
  • Landing: taxiing or parachute

Telemetry IVEdit

Telemetry IV UAV is a twin engine Chinese UAV developed Titan with a twin-boom layout. What is unusual about Titan III UAV is that the two engines are not mounted on the booms for the typical twin boom configuration, but instead, both engines are mounted on the fuselage, a tractor engine in the nose, and a pusher engine at the end. Both engines are equipped with two-blade propeller. This layout of Titan III is identical to that of three other Chinese UAVs: Oriental Titan Titan III, Hunter and ZWYX YX-3. Specification:[7]

  • Wingspan: 3 m
  • Length: 2.6m
  • Height: 0.48 m
  • Wing area: 1.1 m2
  • Max take-off weight: 38 kg
  • Empty weight: 8 kg
  • Payload: 12 kg
  • Payload capacity: 15 L
  • Fuel: 8.4 L
  • Fuel consumption: 4.5 L/h
  • Ceiling: 5 km
  • Max speed: 135 km/h
  • Cruise speed: 110 km/h
  • Rate of climb: 5.5 m/s
  • g overload: 5
  • Endurance: 2–3 h
  • Range: 400 km
  • Max wind scale (speed) allowed for operation: 5 (17 m/s)
  • Launch: taxiing or catapult
  • Landing: taxiing or parachute

XTEdit

XT MAV developed by UAV Sci-Tech is a gasoline-powered unmanned helicopter of conventional helicopter layout, and the landing gear system consists of a pair of skids. XT utilizes commercial off-the-shelf airframe with indigenously developed flight control system by UAV Sci-Tech to meet the specific mission requirements. Specification:[8]

  • Main rotor diameter: 1.770 m
  • Tail rotor diameter: 0.265 m
  • Length: 1.555 m
  • Width: 0.23 m
  • Height: 0.6 m
  • Weight: 6.4 kg

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