Unmanned Aerial Vehicle and Anti-UAV System

UAVs include reconnaissance/strike UAVs (CH-5, CH-4, CH-3, FH-92A and FH-901) and multi-purpose reconnaissance UAVs (FH-91, FH-96, CH-804, CH-10 and FH-902) with maximum operation radius of 250km and endurance from 1 to 30 h. Featuring high reconnaissance effectiveness, high anti- jamming capability, diversified payloads, integrated reconnaissance & strike, easy operation and simple maintenance, CH and FH series UAVs can be used for military operations, such as battlefield surveillance, intelligence acquisition anti-terrorism combat, no-fly zone patrol, firing calibration, data relay and electronic warfare.
Anti UAV System integrates detect, control and defeat devices to protect airspace safety.



CH-5 is a state-of-the-art medium-altitude long-endurance (MALE) UAV system, which can integrate the functions of reconnaissance, surveillance and strike. Various kinds of payloads can be carried simultaneously to conduct detection, surveillance, intelligence collection, target positioning. Besides, kinds of precision guided weapons can be also carried to perform counter-terrorism operations, targeted termination, no- fly zone patrol and other military missions. It can accurately strike ground fixed and low speed moving targets. Meanwhile, it can also be used in civil situations, such as emergency communication and geophysical prospecting.


  • Strong Expansion Capability with Various Kinds of Payload
  • Six Hardpoints Wining Stronger Combat Effectiveness
  • Composite Material Airframe
  • High Mobility of System Deployment
  • Long Endurance
  • Satellite Communication Capability
  • Multiple UAVs Missions Cooperation




Platform Performance Parameters
Take-off Mass 2,200 kg 2,350 kg
Payload Capacity 110 kg 430 kg
Max. Endurance 30 h 20 h
Operation Radius 250 km (LOS) 250 km (LOS)
Max. Range 6,000 km 3,500 km
Ceiling 7,200 m 7,000 m
Cruising Altitude 3,000-5,000 m 3,000-5,000 m
Cruising Speed 180-220 km/h 180-220 km/h
Max. Speed 290 km/h 290 km/h
Launch & Recovery Wheeled Wheeled