JET ENGINE TARGET DRONE
The SCRAB II is a target drone powered by jet engines. There are single jet (SCRAB II SJ) and twin jet engine (SCRAB II) versions.
It is designed and built to combine outstanding performance and maximum simplicity in operation and maintenance processes.
Its propulsion consists of jet engines operated autonomously by the onboard electronics of the target drone itself. The power of this configuration provides the SCRAB II with remarkable flight capacities, reaching speeds of up to 120 m/s.
Among its advantages, its simple operation makes it a multipurpose target, which can be used in all types of locations. This includes ships for offshore exercises as the drone’s internal components are protected. Moreover, the reliability of this target drone’s communications, which reach radio link distances of up to 100 km, are outstanding. Finally, it uses standard aviation fuels (Jet A-1, JP5, JP8).
The SCRAB II target drone can be used in missions that include the use of different types of weaponry, including, among others, STANDARD, HAWK, ROLAND or IRIS-T missiles. The system is also prepared to accept a wide variety of payloads, such as lens of Lunenburg, infra-red nose, MDI or smoke pots.
MAXIMUM TAKEOFF WEIGHT
Single jet or twin jet engines option
100 Km (54 NM)