|Manufacturer||Jiangxi Teng-Long Aviation Electro-Mechanical Co., Ltd. (Tlair)|
Tlair UAVs are Chinese UAVs developed by Jiangxi Teng-Long Aviation Electro-Mechanical Co., Ltd. (Tlair, 江西腾龙航空机电有限公司). Originally a company mainly in the business of aero engine components and model airplanes, Tlair has recently expanded its business into UAV arena by developing UAVs based on its experience of model aircraft and aero engine components.
As of end of 2013, two UAVs developed by Tlair are marketed, and both are octocopters, and they are intended for various aerial photography, survey and industrial missions.
|Normal payload (kg)||2.5||10|
|Max payload (kg)||10||18|
|Endurance (min)||35 with normal payload||35 with normal payload|
|Cruise speed (km/hr)||15||15|
|Max speed (km/hr)||39||39|
|Max wind scale allowed for operation||5||6|
|Hovering accuracy (m)||1||1|
|Container size (m)||1.2 x 0.6 x 0.4||1.2 x 0.6 x 0.4|
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