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GM-1B Pro

  • VTOL
GM-1B Pro place on ground
GM-1B Pro On the Ground

The GM-1B Pro UAV can carry a variety of mission loads (photoelectric pods, cameras), and perform inspections with data links of different communication distances (10km, 30km, 50km).

In the following text of this article, the GM-1B Pro unmanned aerial vehicle system is referred to as “The system”.

Features

Coordinates

User can easily capture the coordinate of every target interested, which helps you in inspections, or other missions.

Easily Use

Users can easily assemble the whole system and executing a mission with the help of the ground control software.

Far Distance

Different communication distance of the data link (10km/30km/50km) at your choice.

Basic Parameters

  • Body length: 1260mm
  • Wing span: 2500mm
  • Height of landing gear: 195mm
  • Task bin size: 260mm × 172mm × 135mm
  • Battery compartment size: 260mm × 150mm × 85mm
  • Structure weight(airframe): 3450g
  • Maximum take-off weight: 13.5kg
  • Standard payload: 1.2kg
  • Max payload: 3kg
  • Endurance time: 3.64h (with 1kg load)
  • Data link communication distance:10km\30km\50km (with baud rate of 115200bps)
  • Standard cruising speed: 20m/s (at 12.5kg takeoff weight)
  • Standard battery configuration: 22.8V/25Ah*2 (45.6V)
  • Never exceed the speed: 122km/h (about 34m/s)
  • Stall speed: 15.5m/s (at 12.5kg take-off weight)
  • Minimum circling radius: 120m (under the condition of 19m/s airspeed and 18°roll angle)
  • Maximum level flight ceiling: altitude 4800m
  • Wind resistance in fixed-wing mode: Strong breeze.
  • Maximum wind resistance in rotor takeoff and landing mode: Moderate breeze (For days with gust, condition can be relaxed to Near gale)
  • UAV operating environment temperature: -20°C~45°C
  • Rotor emergency operation time: not less than 6.5 minutes (in the case of independent power supply of the rotor battery, not a standard power configuration)
  • Take-off and landing mode: vertical take-off and landing
  • Hanging Power Blade Size: 16 inches
  • Fixed wing tail thruster blade: 17 inches
  • Safety voltage when entering landing route: not less than 44V

Typical Application Scenarios

Assembly

The system can be easily assembled within 10 minutes. When using it in the field, you only need to take out each part from the packing box and simply assemble it according to the instructions. The connection between each part has a quick release design, it is easy to deploy.

Assemble the Integrated Ground Station.
Assemble the tails.
Assemble the wings.
Assemble Pitot.
Assemble the power battery

Pre-flight check

The system uses the ground station software to perform various checks of the system. When the system is powered on, various states of the UAV system can be obtained.

Remove the rotor cover.
Check the Pitot
Check the rudders.

Set routes & parameters

The user can use the ground station software to set the flight route and flight parameters which are required by the system (By default, users do not need to set the parameters, and only need to adjust some parameters when advanced applications are required).

Route and fence on the map.
Channel mapping

Take-off

After checking the system and confirming that there is no fault, the user can use the ground station software to control the drone to take off.

Take-off
Auto take-off command

Inspection

During mission execution, the system can use ground station software and controller to control payloads, such as optical pods.

Running Kestrel on PC.
Controlling the Pod with software

During the flight, the accurate WGS84 coordinates of the target object can be obtained by using the photoelectric pod with laser ranger.

Track target with the pod.
Target coordinate displays on the screen.
Integrated Ground Control Station.
Data links are installed on the drones and in the ground control station.

Landing

The drone will automatically return to home after completing the flight mission, and the user can use the ground station software to conveniently realize automatic landing.

Vertical landing command.
Returning to home and ready for landing

Storage

After the system is landed, the system can be disassembled in the reverse order of assembling the system. And put the parts back into the storage box.

Drone parts in the box
PCs and antennas
Pods and other parts

Maintenance

Consumable parts such as propellers or servos can be replaced according to the actual wear and tear conditions.

Blade 1
Blade 2

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