The Phoenix 240 Air Vehicle (AV) is an electric-powered aircraft capable of carrying 12 lbs. of payload in two different bays. The AV has been digitally designed and tooled and is fabricated using modern composite materials that offer high strength-to-weight. This allows increased volume and weight capacity to accommodate a lithium battery powered system and substantial payloads.
Key components of the air vehicle are: 1) fuselage with boom tube and vertical stabilizer/rudder; 2) wing stub center section; 3) left and right wing panels, ailerons and spares; 4) horizontal stabilizer and elevator; and 5) belly tray which can be used as an extra payload bay. There also is a forward payload module which can house a variety of payloads.
The Phoenix 240 can be controlled by the UAV Solutions Portable Ground Control System.
A comprehensive Operations and Maintenance Manual is delivered with the system which includes a maintenance schedule and a troubleshooting guide.
UAV Solutions products are export controlled and may require U.S. Government authorization prior to export or re-export.
UAVS Phoenix FW240
MGTOW: 136 lbs.
Endurance: 2.5 – 3.5 hours
Payload capacity: 12 lbs.
Communications: 300/900 MHz command and control; 2.4 GHz video
Typical Operating Altitude: 50-5,000 ft. AGL; MSL – 10,000 ft.
- Truck or pneumatic launch; belly recovery
- Lightweight carbon fiber and Kevlar composite construction
- Fully autonomous flight operates utilizing GPS-driven autopilot
- Modular battery compartment for quick turnaround