Compared to the swept wing, the forward swept wing has four main advantages:
The forward swept wing structure ensures a better connection between the wing and the fuselage and reasonably distributes the pressure by the wing and the nose landing gear.
These advantages are difficult or impossible to achieve by other methods, which greatly improve the aerodynamic performance of the maneuvering, especially at low speeds.
The forward swept wing technology allows the aircraft to have very good aerodynamic performance at subsonic flight, greatly improving its maneuverability while high pitch flight.
Takeoff and landing advantage.
Compared with the normal swept-wing aircraft of the same wing area, the forward-swept aircraft has a higher lift and a 30% increase in payload capacity, thus reducing the wing area and size, reducing the drag and aircraft structural weight; reducing the weight for balancing, improves the low-speed maneuverability, shortens the take-off landing distance.
According to USA aviation specialist calculation, if the F-16 fighter uses the forward swept wing structure, it can increase the turning velocity by 14%, increase the combat radius by 34%, and shorten the takeoff and landing distance by 35%.
The use of the forward swept wing structure can improve the controllability of the aircraft at low speeds, improve the aerodynamic performance in all flight conditions, reduce the stall speed, and ensure that the aircraft is not easy to enter the tail spin, thus greatly improving the safety and reliability of the aircraft.
The trapezoidal shape of the fuselage minimizes the fuselage to wing interaction, drag and interference.
It was designed with a high pressure region in the nose and a low pressure region behind the wing, on top and below the motor mounting area.
This acts to create a pressure differential, essentially "pulling" air through the fuselage.
The layout allows for smarter cooling, by cooling off lower temperature components towards the front, and higher temperature components in the rear (motor).
The cooling exhaust placement was purposely in an area with turbulent airflow, so as to not disturb the otherwise laminar airflow over the rest of the fuselage.
Inverted /--\ design improves efficiency while decreasing drag
Implement the mature quad motor concept achieve vertical takeoff and landing eliminating the restriction of the runway requirement in the field.
The quad motor also provide the maximum fail safe protection against any malfunctions situation during the mission.
The transformative design allows for dynamic use, making each FIREFLY truly unique.
You can use the FIREFL for search and rescue missions, inspections of pipelines, photography, filmmaking, thermal imaging, 3D terrain mapping, precision agriculture, surveillance, reconnaissance, FPV, live video links, humanitarian aid, fun and much, much more...
We are committed to integrating efficient design with modern technology in a robust, entirely composite platform.
The FIREFLY is nearly silent, can fly for over 2 hrs, reach speeds of up to 120 km/h and travel for over 180km.
The FIREFLY allow you to fly autonomously, capture stunning HD photos and video, complete aerial surveys, monitor crop health, and wirelessly transmit live video.
This is all achieved with incredible accuracy of an on board autopilot system.
- Full composite, Carbon fiber, Kevlar / Honeycomb core structure
- Electric motor power
- Tough structure achieve industrial standard
- Dual battery power maximize the safety goal
- Compatible with full-featured PC-base, open source autopilot system
- Easy for assemble in the field, no need for expert skill
- VTOL suit for any mission
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Obtain instant aerial support for police during events and emergencies
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Servo Protective Cover
8-Channel 2.4GHz Computer Radio System
When you consider all of the functions that the 8J offers, along with its price point, you'll realize that this is one amazing system.
Some of the awesome features you'll enjoy on the 8J include frequency-hopping security, the ability to transfer model data wirelessly between 8J transmitters, 6 programmable mixes (2 with curves), 5 Heli flight conditions, 3-axis gyro support, 5-point pitch/throttle curves and a receiver with a full-range, dual internal antenna that can handle any application you can think of.
All on-screen terms are spelled out on a backlit LCD screen. And everything is easily accessed and programmed with a jog dial and three buttons.
It's all here with the 8J, and at a price that makes it one of the most incredible values in radio control.
Type: 2-stick, 8-channel S-FHSS/FHSS selectable
Current Drain: 140mA
R2008SB 2.4GHz S-FHSS 8-Channel Receiver
Type: Full-range flight receiver
Modes: S-FHSS or FHSS
Features: High-voltage operation, frequency-hopping Spread Spectrum design, Dual Antenna Diversity, S.Bus compatibility
Voltage Input: 4.8V-7.4V battery or regulated output from ESC
Compatible Batteries: NiCd, NiMH, LiPo, LiIon or LiFe
Dimensions: 0.98 x 1.69 x 0.55 in (24.9 x 42.8 x 14.0 mm)
Weight: 0.34 oz (9.5 g)
- Futaba S-FHSS 2.4GHz security (also compatible with FHSS)
- Airplane and Helicopter modes
- 20 model memory
- S.Bus-compatible S-FHSS receiver
- Wireless transfer of model data to and from other 8J transmitters
- 10-character model and user naming
- Large (128 x 64 dot) backlit LCD display
- 8 channels
(one variable knob, five 2-position switches, two 3-position switches, one momentary switch, two digital levers)
- Quick and easy programming using a jog dial and three buttons
- End point adjustment
- Dual Rate/Expo (any switch selectable)
- Servo reversing
- Sub Trim on all 8 channels
- Digital Trims
- Trim Step adjustability
- ATL (Adjustable Travel Limit)
- Failsafe on all 8 channels
- Trainer mode
- Throttle cut
- Two Count-up/Count-down timers plus integrated timer
- Model timer
- Range check mode
- Servo Monitor/Test
- Auxiliary Channel switch/level assignability
- Six programmable mixes (two with curves)
- Flaperons with differential rate
- Flap Trim
- Differential Ailerons
- V-tail mixing
- Snap Roll
- Elevator/Flap mixing
- Aileron/Rudder mixing
- Flap/Elevator mixing
- Gyro sensitivity
- Throttle curve (5 points)
- Pitch curve (5 points)
- Throttle delay
- Throttle/Needle mixing (5 points)
- Idle down (any switch selectable)
- High Durability
- Long endurance
- Full composite material, Honeycomb structure
- Industry Standard Tough Structure
- Dual battery power, more safe
- Compatible with full-featured PC ground station & open source autopilot system
- Easy for assemble in the field
FIREFLY (BTO) VTOL UAV
FIREFLY VTOL Custom Build BTO (Build to order)
FIREFLY is a big VTOL (Vertical Take-Off and Landing) UAV that has a 3500 mm wingspan.
FIREFLY UAV designed to be the most efficient of its kind.
That means low stall speeds, high max efficiency, a large cruise window and payload capacity, self cooling fuselage, built in component bays and an entirely electric propulsion system.
This equates to less energy expended and more time in the air.
The forward swept wing means its leading edge and trailing edge are swept forward, that is, the sweep angle is an acute angle.
The tip string is in front of the root string, and the left and right wings are projected in a plan view to form a V shape.
Since the airflow on the forward swept wing points to the wing root, the airflow is first split from the wing root at high angle of attack, which fundamentally overcomes the wing tip stall problem, so the low speed performance is excellent, the lift being increased and at the same time improving the aerodynamic efficiency of the wing panel.