ADT Aquila S 20l-4M

20 liter tank and 4 double nozzles

ADT Aquila S 20L-4M is an agricultural drone designed to increase efficiency and crop management in plant protection and fertilization. It can carry 20L of liquid, covering 1.5 hectares in a single flight.


See Specs

Terrain tracking radar
Obstacle avoidance sensor


Fixed camera with 2 LED reflectors
Live image transmission and display on the phone screen

Intelligent spraying

Tank drain sensor


Trajectory marking device
Ground Station application / software + radio telemetry

Continuous spraying

Additional batteries
Multiple battery adapter to charger

Full Drone details and Specs

Liquid tank volume 2 x 10 liter *
Net weight 20 kg
Takeoff weight 25 kg
Maximum take-off weight 50 kg
Flight time 10-25 minutes
Flight radius 0-2000 m
Flying altitude 0-20 m
Flying speed 0-10 m/s
Operating temperature -10° C to 70° C
Humidity 0-90%
Spray speed 0-8 m/s
Spray width / Number of nozzles >4.5-6.5 m / 4 double nozzles
Spray flow 1.5-3.5 l/min
Spraying efficiency 2200-3000 m²/min
Descending air flow 4-15 m/s
Wind resistance 10 m/s
Extended 1.91 x 1.91 x 0.66 m
Folded 1.00 x 0.80 x 0.66 m
Propulsion System
Motor Brushless with permanent magnets
Water resistant by IPX7 standard
FOC – PMSM (Field Oriented Control based Permanent Magnet Synchronous Motor)
Propeller material Carbon fiber
ESC 490Hz (integrated in the motor)
Flight controller Dual CPU
Triple IMU
Dual barometer
Remote controller 12 channels + 5 PWM channels

Integrated Android system with fHD 5,5“ high luminosity screen (1000nits)

slot for 4G SIM card, 10.000mah integrated battery, weight 530g

Control application Android application
Compatible with Google Maps and KML file import
Battery / Quantity Smart 12 cells, capacity 16000 mAh 1 or 2 pieces
Battery charger 2400W quick/smart charger 230V
Charging time 20 min / 1 battery
Other Info
Certification CE
Origin EU
Warranty 3 years on drone / 1 year on batteries
Service and post-warranty Provided – in Romania
* Two 10-liter tanks WITH 2 separate water pumps

The ADT Aquila S 20l has two 10-liter tanks to which 2 separate water pumps are connected, thus forming 2 separate spraying systems. The advantage of this is that 2 different chemicals can be sprayed in one flight in cases where they cannot be mixed with each other, avoiding biological or chemical incompatibility.

Physical incompatibility affects work rate and efficacy. Products form solids that interfere with or halt spraying. It can also make sprayer clean-up more difficult. For example, weak-acid herbicides lower the pH of the spray mix, reducing the solubility of Group 2 herbicides (i.e. imidazolinones, sulfonylureas, sulfonanilides). The oily formulation then adheres to plastic and rubber surfaces in tanks, connectors and hose.

There are many forms of physical incompatibility:

  • Liquids can curdle into pastes and gels that clog plumbing to such an extent that flushing cannot clear it and a manual tear down is required.
  • Dry formulations don’t hydrate or disperse, becoming sediment that clogs screens and nozzles. Even if they are small enough to spray, they reduce coverage uniformity. For example, a dry product added behind an oil gets coated, preventing it from hydrating.
  • Certain product combinations may cause settling, or one partner is more prone to settling. If the sprayer sits without agitation, settled products may or may not resuspend. Even if they do resuspend in the tank, they may remain as sediment in lines.
  • Certain product combinations may cause foaming, or one partner may be prone to foaming, causing overflows or breaking pump suction. When products foam, dry products added through the foam may swell, preventing hydration.

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