YACS Warning Light/GPS Indicator Light

The YACS warning light and GPS indicator light alert the operator to any potential problems whilst in flight.
These lights are easy to see, and make it possible to confirm at a glance( even from a distance) that all systems are working properly.

Self-Monitor Function

The self-monitor function enables the helicopter to make a self-check on each part of the helicopter before flying and notify the operator of defects, if any, on the self-monitor indicators.

Moving Wheels / Handling Grips

Wheels on the landing gear enable the RMAX to be moved by a single operator. With a total weight of 100kg the RMAX can be loaded by two people.

Main Rotor

The main rotor will come to a stop within approximately 20 seconds with the rotor brake used after the engine is stopped. Being able to quickly stop the rotors increases safety and allows for fast refilling.

Optimum Dispersal

The RMAX Type II G incorporates a warning system to alert the pilot if flying speed during spraying exceed’s 20km per hour. This takes the guess work out of precision spraying and seeding.

Ensuring Safety

The frame of the YACS warning light will flash for 15 seconds after starting the engine, during which the engine will come to a stop if the throttle stick is manipulated excessively.

Specifically Developed Engine For RMax

The 246 cc horizontally opposed 2 stroke is liquid cooled to cope with the hottest weather. Compact and lightweight, this unit has been specifically designed for reliability and high power output.

Possible to control a number of helicopters

Using six frequencies in combination to control a number of helicopters during spraying operation with no crosstalk interference.

High-performance GPS

The high performance GPS increases helicopter stability, speed, altitude and directional control, making on-target dispersal simple, safe and accurate.

Ease of hovering

RMAX will automatically slow down when the throttle stick is returned to the neutral position.

Braking and speed control.

The helicopter will slow down by just returning the throttle stick to the neutral position, thus ensuring ease of bringing the helicopter into a hover

Constant Speed

If the operator keeps the control stick steady, then the helicopter will continue at a steady rate, automatically countering wind and other forces.

In case of radio interference

The helicopter will decelerate quickly.
It will achieve a stable hover, then if radio comunication is not restablished the helicopter will slowly decend vertically, once on the ground the moter will quickly stop.

In case of GPS signal interruption

If the GPS control of the helicopter fails, then the indicator flashes and the helicopter goes into the preselected flight mode. SG mode will cancel the control after automatically decelerating in the back and forth direction only.