Jandu. Specifications. A photo.
Jandu - multipurpose experimental unmanned aerial vehicle developed in 2006, the Australian company «Radotec».
The works related to the design of unmanned aircraft Jandu models have been deployed by Australian designers and experts in the field of aerospace systems, 2003 year. This aerial vehicle was applied, both in the civilian and in the military sector, in connection with what was considered a very promising, in particular drone Jandu should be used for intelligence gathering, monitoring the fire situation, carrying out patrol and surveillance flights, implementation of special missions, etc.
Australian UAV Jandu has sufficiently large dimensions, in particular, this device has a wingspan 5,4 meters and a length of the fuselage, m 5,3 component, and, through the use of composite materials has reduced weight drone.
As a means of visual observation, the Australian unmanned aircraft used electro-optical camera, providing the transmission of high-quality image area, and an infrared camera that allows you to take pictures in case of insufficient or the unfavorable visibility.
As the power plant on the unmanned air vehicle Jandu model used turbojet engine, which provides high traction device and the ability to accelerate to the maximum speed of its flight in 350 km \ h., While the autonomy of flight is limited 4 hours.
- Length: 5,3 m .;
- Wingspan: 5,4 m .;
- Height: 0,9 m .;
- Maximum takeoff weight: 80 kg .;
- Cruising flight speed: 200 km \ h .;
- Maximum flight speed: 350 km \ h .;
- Maximum flight distance: 400 km .;
- Maximum flight height: 6100 m .;
- aircraft engine type: turbojet;
- Powerplant: unknown;
- Power: unknown.
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