The two-stage EMERGENCY RESCUE SYSTEM. The parachute system design is aimed to provide slow descent of the UAS at high speed. It includes two parachutes - the pilot chute and the main chute used to slow and stabilize the UAS. The decrease in the load speed on the UAS occurs due to the main chute opening delay function, when the pilot chute opens first. The parachute system is designed for UAS with speeds of up to 280 mph (450 kph) and weight of up to 110 lb (50 kg).
UAV stable descending with main canopy;
Absence of parachute collapse phenomenon while UAV descending;
Quick and easy replacement of a pyrocartridge;
The following is based on the 75 kg MTOW of UAV
Service life limit
50 applications at the altitude of 50-5000 m, with an indicated flight speed of 0-70 km/h, including one-time use at a vertical pitch-down with possible complete or partial failure.
Occurred due to rescue system deployment is not more than 10 g.
Minimum safe altitude is 50 m; flight speed 20-70 km/h; descending time with full canopy– min 2 sec.
Maximum permitted speed
Maximum tested speed
360 km/h with full load.
Average vertical descending speed
5.5-6.5 m/s with main canopy, at the segment of 30-35 m from the ground level.
Actuating current is not less than 500 mA Actuation voltage of the pyrocartridge is not less than 5 V Activation time is 100 ms