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Apr 17, 2019, 04:06 AM
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Mugin-4 Pro 4000mm VTOL UAV Released




Here comes the new Mugin-4 Pro 4000mm H Tail Full Carbon Fiber VTOL UAV Platform. It is a shell but with infinite possibilities.

Link: https://www.muginuav.com/product/mug...-uav-platform/

Dimensions
Wingspan: 4000mm
Length: 1900mm
Wing Area: 90dm2
Payload Bay: 560mm x 210mm x 185mm

Weight and Payload
Empty Weight: 8.26kg
Empty Weight with ARF Package: 17.6kg
Maximum Take-off Weight: 25kg
Payload Capacity: 6kg

We are always listening to what our customers say, and make the improvements accordingly to meet what our customers needs. The Mugin-4 Pro 4000mm is designed based on the Mugin-2 Pro 2930mm. With the same fuselage, but the winspan has been enlarged from 2930mm to 4000mm. The longer winspan means the cruise speed will be reduced, and the flight time will be increased.

The same to Mugin-2 Pro 2930mm, the new Mugin-4 Pro 4000mm is made with full carbon fiber. Much stronger and durable than the fiberglass versions.. This UAV platform is made in mold to make sure the replacement parts are the same.

Mugin Pro are the aircrafts with the vertical take-off and landing (VTOL) function that can hover, take off, and land vertically. No runway needed and much easier to save crash comparing to the standard fixed wings.
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Jul 01, 2019, 03:47 AM
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The Mugin 4000mm VTOL can be either electric powered or gas powered.


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