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Hs 126

Reconnaissance and observation aircraft

Henschel

Henschel Hs 126

The Henschel Hs 126 was a German two-seat reconnaissance and observation aircraft of World War II.

Specification
Performance Hs-126
with Bramo 232
engine
Hs-126
with BMW-132Dc
engine
Wingspan, m 14.50
Length, m 10.85
Height, m 4.30
Wing area, m² 31.6
Empty weight, kg 2,160 2,050
Loaded weight, kg 3220/32841 3150
Power, hp/at altitude, m 780 / 4300 790 / 2900
Max speed at sea level, km/h 307 -
Max speed, km/h / at altitude, m 370 / 5,000 355 / 3000
Cruise speed, km/h / at altitude, m 314 / 4,000 300 / 3000
Max diving speed, km/h 480 480
Landing speed, km/h 90 95
Time to level, min / at altitude, m 11.7 / 6,000 13.5 / 6000
Service seiling, m 8,050 8,900
Radius at cruise cpeed, km 1,000 950
Taking - off, m 294 -
Run, m 415 -

1- In numerator - Reconnaissance aircraft; in a denominator - light bomber

References

  • "Aviation of Luftwaffe" /Viktor Shunkov/
  • "Encyclopedia of military engineering" /Aerospace Publising/

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