Firing a net at a drone stops the drone by prohibiting the rotor blades.
The drone-capture net system for small drones is designed to capture and retrieve the UAV to the point of destination. The capture is executed with a 6,000 x 6,000 mm net shot towards the drone from the UAV carrier.
Nabbing a drone out of the sky offers a few advantages over attempting to jam it or blowing it up:
The drone-capture net system is ideal for securing:
|Minimum altitude of use||65.6 ft (20 m)|
|Wind strength||16.4 ft/sec (5 m/s)|
|Operation temperature||from -4° F to +104° F (from -20° С to +40° С)|
|UAV carrier speed at the time of system application||not more than 49.2 ft (15 m/s)|
|UAV carrier vertical descent speed at the time of system application||not more than 6.5 ft/sec (2 m/s)|
|Maximum weight of an intercepted UAV||11 lb (5 kg)|
The perfect operation of the drone-capture system is not guaranteed in rainy conditions and relative humidity of over 80%.
|Weight||1.68 lb (765 g)|
|Body dimensions (width, height)||5.2 in x 6.75 in (132.4 mm x 171.5 mm)|
|Net size||19.7 ft x 19.7 ft (6 m x 6 m)|
|Mesh size||0.65 ft x 0.65 ft (0.2 m x 0.2 m)|
|Net firing distance||up to 49.2 ft (15 m)|
|Parameters of the pyrocartridge|
|Actuating current||not less than 500 mA|
|Actuating voltage||not less than 5 V|