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VU-Dynamics Private Limited, a manufacturer of defense equipment, has recently introduced two new loitering munitions, the APJK6C100 and the APJK2C40. These unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) are designed for long-range reconnaissance and attack missions.

The APJK6C100 boasts an impressive range of 100 kilometers and an endurance of 50 minutes. This extended reach allows it to strike targets far behind enemy lines. It can carry a 6-kilogram warhead, delivering significant firepower for its size. The APJK6C100 has a maximum altitude of 4 kilometers Above Sea Level Measured (ASML), offering a vantage point for surveillance and attack operations.

Key Specifications of APJK6C100:

  • Range: 100 Km
  • Endurance: 50 min
  • Warhead: 6 kg
  • Max. Altitude: 4 km ASML
  • MTOW (Maximum Take-Off Weight): 20.5 G
  • Cruise Speed: 40 m/s
  • Max Speed: 50 m/s
  • RF Communication Radius: 100 km
  • Diameter: 180 mm
  • Span: 2 meters
  • Length: 1.8 meters

The APJK2C40 offers a balance of range and maneuverability. With a 40-kilometer range and a 30-minute endurance, it is suited for tactical operations closer to the battlefield. It carries a 2-kilogram warhead, making it effective against a variety of targets. The APJK2C40 shares the same 4-kilometer maximum altitude as the APJK6C100.

Key Specifications of APJK2C40:

  • Range: 40 Km
  • Endurance: 30 min
  • Warhead: 2 kg
  • Max. Altitude: 4 km ASML
  • MTOW: 8.5 KG
  • Cruise Speed: 35 m/s
  • Max Speed: 40 m/s
  • RF Communication Radius: 30 km
  • Diameter: 130 mm
  • Span: 1.4 meters
  • Length: 1.2 meters

The introduction of the APJK6C100 and APJK2C40 expands VU-Dynamics’ portfolio of loitering munitions, providing users with options tailored to different mission requirements. With their extended range, firepower, and maneuverability, these UAVs offer a potent solution for modern warfare.

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