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IAI, RUAG, Oerlikon ADS 95 RANGER
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IAI, RUAG, Oerlikon ADS 95 RANGER

IAI, RUAG, Oerlikon ADS 95 RANGER

Ranger is a tactical reconnaissance drone, which is engaged in the creation of the Israeli company IAI Malat UAV Division in a joint project with the Swiss company Oerlikon-Contraves and RUAG Aerospace. UAV built by order of the Swiss Air Force. First raised in the air UAV Ranger took place at the end of the year 1988. On state tests in the Swiss Air Force the first pre version (ADS 90) was sent to 1990 Purpose of this drone is a night observation and exploration, taking into account climatic conditions.

To perform the tasks, he was equipped with a multifunction (TV / FLIR) Tamam MOSP camera from IAI and a laser rangefinder combined with a target illumination system. The unmanned vehicle is launched using a hydraulic catapult, landing is performed on a wheeled or ski chassis depending on the season of the year. During emergency situations, a parachute can be used during landing. The ADS complex consists of three to six UAVs, a command post and a catapult. In 1995, they signed a contract for the delivery of 4 serial systems ADS 95 with 28 UAV Ranger. Delivery of the first complex to Switzerland was carried out in 1998 year, the last one - in 2000 year. This type of UAV is also used by the Swiss police to carry out search and rescue operations and reconnaissance. Also, the Ranger UAV is in service with the Finnish Air Force.

IAI, RUAG, Oerlikon ADS 95 RANGER. The specifications:



Modification Ranger
Wingspan, m 5.71
Length m 4.61
Height, m 1.13
Wing area, m2 3.41
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payload 45
maximum take-off 275
Fuel l 40 + 20
engine's type 1 PD Hirth F 31
Power, hp X 1 38
Maximum speed km / h 220
Cruising speed, km / h 180
Range, km 100
standard fuel  
with an additional tank 5
The maximum rate of climb, m / min 6
Practical ceiling, m 4500

 

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