Toaero UAV

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UAV
Role
National origin China
ManufacturerToaero
DesignerToaero
First flight2014
Introduction2014
StatusIn service
Primary user China

Toaero UAVs are Chinese UAVs developed by Tianjin Toaero Science and Technology Co., Ltd. (Toaero, 天津中翔腾航科技有限公司) for various applications such as aerial cinematography, photography, and survey missions.

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Rotorcraft

Most UAVs developed by Toaero are rotorcrafts, including unmanned helicopters and unmanned multicopters

ModelToaero T50 [1] Toaero T100 [2] Toaero T-300 [3] Toaero X6 [4]
Type:HelicopterHelicopterHelicopterMulticopter
Layout:Conventional helicopter Coaxial rotors Coaxial rotors Hexacopter
Landing gear:SkidsSkidsSkidsSkids
Length (m):2.12.30.88
Width (m):0.5080.90.88
Size with rotors fully extended (m):1.18
Width between skids (m):0.81
Height (m):1.31.60.49
Max wind allowed for flight (km/h):43.260 – 7038.5
Max wind allowed for take-off & landing (km/h):36
Temperature range for operation (°C):- 20 to 50- 20 to 55
Temperature range for storage (°C):- 30 to 60- 20 to 65
Relative humidity for operation (%)95
Empty weight (kg):1860< 1204.2 (with battery)
Payload (kg):1020120 (payload + fuel)1.8
Max payload (kg):13252.3
Take-off weight (kg):902505
Max speed (km/h):11010015036
Cruise speed (km):4560 – 7060 – 9021.6
Rate of climb (m/s):56
Endurance (min):55120> 24025 (@ 6 kg take-off weight)
Ceiling (km):2.53.5
Typical operating altitude (m):300
Main rotor diameter (m):2.20633.60.381
Weight of rotor (g):13
Tail rotor diameter (mm):403N/AN/AN/A
Remote control radius (km):70 – 100
Max power consumption (kW):3
Hovering power consumption (W):666
Propulsion: Internal combustion engine Two 10 hp internal combustion engineTwo 35 hp internal combustion engine Electric motor
EM Stator size (mm):N/AN/AN/A40 x 12
EM Kv (rpm/V):N/AN/AN/A340
EM max power (W):N/AN/AN/A660
EM weight (kg):N/AN/AN/A135
Battery:N/AN/AN/A6S LiPo
Current (A):N/AN/AN/A30
Frequency (Hz):N/AN/AN/A30 – 450
Pwm Frequency (kHz):N/AN/AN/A8
Battery weight (kg):N/AN/AN/A30
Size of charger (mm):N/AN/AN/A560 x 370 x 230
Weight of charger (kg):N/AN/AN/A11
Size of container (mm):N/AN/AN/A622 x 475 x 526
Weight of container (kg):N/AN/AN/A10.9

See also

List of unmanned aerial vehicles of the People's Republic of China

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References

  1. "Toaero T50" . Retrieved 2014.Check date values in: |accessdate= (help)
  2. "Toaero T100" . Retrieved 2014.Check date values in: |accessdate= (help)
  3. "Toaero T300" . Retrieved 2014.Check date values in: |accessdate= (help)
  4. "Toaero X6" . Retrieved 2014.Check date values in: |accessdate= (help)