Target Cross Steerable Reserve
Charly Target Cross Light Steerable Square Reserve
- It has a defined forward speed in diagonal direction with the effect of a significantly reduced sink speed. This results on the one hand in a higher aspect ratio compared to conventional cruciform canopies, those propulsion mainly takes place towards one side, and on the other hand in the asymmetrical air flow of the convex sides of the Target Cross canopy, thereby receiving an ascending forced optimised profile.
- The horizontal movement which is typical for every modern square canopy and cruciform canopy, can be steered for the Diamond Cross ST in a certain direction, if required. Obstacles like e.g. power lines can thus be avoided and an emergency landing field can be precisely approached with a glide ratio of ca. 1:1.5. There are no disadvantages for the Target Cross ST compared with conventional cruciform canopies
- The Target Cross has different line lengths which has the effect that the strips of the canopy don't lie on top of each other when packing the canopy. This diversification causes an easier air inlet when opening and thus an increased opening speed compared to conventional cruciform canopies. The packing of the Target Cross is not more time-consuming or more complex than for a normal cruciform canopy
TC100 + TC125 in stock
Larger sizes on request as a special order