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Hercules Heavy Lift HL10 UAV

MODEL DESCRIPTION WHEELBASE DIAMETER HEIGHT EMPTY WEIGHT MAX PAYLOAD
Hercules HL6 • 6 Rotors
• Payload: 13 lbs

• Endurance: 30 minutes (Depending on wind, flight speed, payload)
• Max Speed 23 mph
43 inches 26 inches 18 lbs 13 lbs
Hercules HL10

 

• 8 Rotors
• Payload: 22 lbs
• Endurance: 30 minutes (Depending on wind, flight speed, payload)
• Max Speed 23 mph
54 inches 26 inches 21 lbs 22 lbs
Hercules HL20

 

• 6 Rotors
• Payload: 44 lbs
• Endurance: 60 minutes
(Depending on wind, flight speed, payload)
• Max Speed 23 mph
57 inches 26 inches 31 lbs 44 lbs

HERCULES HEAVY LIFT UAV FEATURES & SPECS

Hercules HL20 UAV

All HERCULES Heavy Lift UAVs are covered under 1 year warranty and will be repaired/replaced for no cost in case of accident due to manufacturing defect.

Coverage is applicable only if the HERCULES UAV system was connected to the ground station during operation and the flight log is made available and proper procedures in the manual were followed.


HERCULES UAV DRONE FEATURES:

  • Fully Autonomous Autopilot

  • Anti-jamming

  • Secure AES encryption

  • 18 Channel Handheld Radio Controller

  • GPS Enabled Flight Control System

  • WiFi/Data Communication Module

  • Ground Station Tablet

  • LED Navigation Lights

  • High Strength Carbon Fiber

  • Foldable Arms & Props for Easier Transportation

  • Transport Case

  • Fly Multiple Aircrafts at the Same Time

  • Up to 44 lbs Payload

  • Up to 60 Minutes Endurance

SAFETY:

  • Return home /Land on low battery

  • Multiple Flight Controller for failure redundancy

  • Multiple GPS for GPS failure redundancy

  • Motor-Fail Protection Function keeps altitude under control even with any 1 motor failure

  • Geo Fencing to prevent the aircraft from flying above the legal height limits or flying in restricted airspace.

HERCULES HL UAV SPECIFICATIONS

AERIAL SUBSYSTEMS

Aerial subsystems encompass all major areas of the HERCULES UAV Drone system that operate in the air. Listed component amounts are relative to one operating product unit.

PROPULSION MOTORS

  • Brushless Motors 380RPM

ELECTRONIC SPEED CONTROLLERS

  • Type: 60A

  • Drive PWM Frequency 400Hz

POWER SOURCES

  • 16000 mAh, 6S, 22.2v DC, Lithium-Polymer

  • Max Power: 1200W

PROPELLERS

  • 18.55 in wingspan, carbon fiber

ENDURANCE

Flight Time:

  • HL6 & HL10 - Up to 30 minutes (Depending on wind, flight speed, payload)

  • HL20 - Up to 60 minutes (Depending on wind, flight speed, payload)

+ Operation:

  • Operating Altitude: 3900 feet (Above Ground Level)

  • Range of Operation: 5000 ft line of sight operation

  • Flight Range: 1.85 miles - 15.53 miles depending on mission requirement

  • Takeoff Clearing 16 ft x 16 ft

+ Temperature:

  • Rated up to 149 degrees

  • Functionality in the cold -85 degrees

+ Wind:

  • Optimally functional in up to 25 mph cross winds

  • R&D underway for functionality in 37 mph cross winds

+ Rain:

  • Vital components sealed for functionality in wet conditions (Water resistant)*

HERCULES UAV AVIONICS CONTROL

  • Autopilot

  • Configuration Supported: +4,x4,+6,x6,y6,+8,x8

  • Military grade redundancy: Dual Flight Controller and GPS

  • S-Bus receiver technology

  • Operating voltage: 5.7V

  • Position hold accuracy: vertical +/-0.5 m, horizontal +/-1.5m

  • Maximum Tilt: 35 degrees

  • Maximum cruise speed: 27 mph

  • Maximum crosswinds: 25 mph

  • Mass:
              Autopilot module: 119 gram (each x2)
              GPS: 37 gram (each x2)

  • Dimension:
              Autopilot module: 70.5mm X 41mm X 25 mm (each x2)
              GPS: 55mm(diameter) X 11mm (each x2)
              LED: 17mm X 17mm X 5.5mm

COMMUNICATION

  • + 2.4 GHz Control Radio Tx/Rx 14 Ch

  • + Proprietary Communication Radio Algorithm

GROUND SUBSYSTEMS

Ground subsystems encompass all major areas of the system that operate on the ground. Listed component amounts are relative to one operating product unit.

GROUND STATION

  • Digital video transmission

  • Anti-jamming

  • Secure AES encryption

  • Can serve as No-line of sight communication relay

  • Auto power mode selection

  • Auto forward error correction

  • Retains memory when there is sudden power loss

  • High receiving sensitivity, single antenna -92dBm,

TRANSMITTER AND RECEIVER

  • Operating voltage: DC7V – 16.8V

  • Operating current: < 1A @ 12V

  • Operating frequency: 425 MHz ~ 445 MHz

  • Drift from central frequency: +/- 40 Hz

  • Radio frequency bandwidth: 1.25/2.5 MHz or 6/7/8 Mhz

  • Output power: > 27 dBm

  • Carrier to Noise: > 28 dBm @ 28 dBm

  • Modulation scheme: COFDM

  • Digital modulation scheme: QPSK/16QAM @ 1.25/2.5 MHz, QPSK/16QAM/64QAM @ 6/7/8 MHz

  • Forward Error Correction Bit Rate: 1/3, 2/3, @ 1.25/2/5 MHz ½, 2/3, Ύ, 5/6, 7/8 @ 6/7/8 MHz

  • Carrier Mode: 2K

  • Guard Interval: 1/8, 1/16, @ 1/25/2.5 MHz Ό, 1/8, 1/16, 1/32, @ 6/7/8 MHz

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