XFNY Swallow II. Specifications. A photo.
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XFNY Swallow II. Specifications. A photo.

XFNY Swallow II. Specifications. A photo.

XFNY Swallow II is a Chinese unmanned agricultural aircraft developed in 2013 by Xiu-Feng Agricultural Science and Technology Co..

The design of the XFNY Swallow II unmanned aerial vehicle was carried out by Chinese aircraft manufacturers specifically for use in the agricultural sector, and although the drone has a very narrow specific application, the device has proved to be very popular, and is therefore actively used and is still being manufactured.

The main purpose of using the XFNY Swallow II unmanned aerial vehicle is the processing of agricultural land with special chemicals, but in addition, the drone can also be used for observation, patrol and monitoring missions.

The development of the XFNY Swallow II was carried out on the basis of the XFNY Swallow I airplane, which also proved to be very popular, while the similarity between the two devices is quite imaginary, which is also confirmed by the different technical characteristics of each UAV.

The Chinese unmanned aircraft of the XFNY Swallow II model is made in a helicopter-type configuration, which is best suited for the implementation of the above tasks, while taking into account the maximum take-off mass of the drone in 14 kilogram, the aircraft also has a sufficiently high maneuverability.

The power section of the XFNY Swallow II is represented by a single piston gasoline internal combustion engine. Which can accelerate the aircraft to the maximum speed of 35 km / h, and the maximum flight range of this device is 1 kilometer.

Specifications XFNY Swallow II.

  • Length: Unknown;
  • Width: unknown;
  • Height: Unknown;
  • Maximum takeoff weight: 14 kg .;
  • Cruising flight speed: 20 km \ h .;
  • Maximum flight speed: 35 km \ h .;
  • Maximum flight distance: 1 km .;
  • Maximum flight height: 250 m .;
  • aircraft engine type: a piston;
  • Powerplant: unknown;
  • Power: unknown.

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