China Eagle GY-SMZ-520. Specifications. A photo.
China Eagle GY-SMZ-520. Specifications. A photo.

China Eagle GY-SMZ-520. Specifications. A photo.


China Eagle GY-SMZ-520 is a Chinese military unmanned aerial vehicle developed by China Eagle Aviation Science and Technology Co..

The unmanned air vehicle of the China Eagle GY-SMZ-520 model was designed by the Chinese aircraft manufacturers from the company "China Eagle Aviation Science and Technology Co." for use exclusively in the military sphere, while the drone has quite large capabilities that allow it to perform tasks related to aerial photography , Conducting reconnaissance of the terrain, carrying out observation and patrol operations, performing search and monitoring missions, protecting objects and border territories, etc. Thanks to all these features, the aircraft is actively continuing to operate and to this day.

Multifunctional unmanned aircraft of the model China Eagle GY-SMZ-520 was designed in a helicopter-type configuration, moreover, the device is very compact in size, which does not cause any difficulties with the transportation and operation of the drone. The length of this aircraft is 1 meter 70 centimeters, and the diameter of its main rotor is 2 meters.

The power section of the China multifunctional unmanned aerial vehicle model China Eagle GY-SMZ-520 is represented by a single piston gasoline internal combustion engine, which allows the device to accelerate to the maximum speed of flight at 120 km / h. However, due to the insufficient tank volume, the maximum The duration of the drone in the autonomous flight mode is limited to 90 minutes.


Specifications of China Eagle GY-SMZ-520.


  • Length: 1,7 m .;
  • The diameter of the rotor: 2 m .;
  • Height: 0,65 m .;
  • Maximum takeoff weight: 2 kg .;
  • Cruising flight speed: 100 km \ h .;
  • Maximum flight speed: 120 km \ h .;
  • Maximum flight distance: 40 km .;
  • Maximum flight height: 1200 m .;
  • aircraft engine type: a piston;
  • Powerplant: unknown;
  • Power: unknown.



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