|National origin||United States|
|First flight||27 May 1988|
The Teledyne Ryan Model 410 was a surveillance UAV designed in the United States in the late 1980s. In configuration, it was a high-wing cantilever monoplane with twin tails carried on booms and linked by a common horizontal stabilizer. The engine was mounted pusher-fashion at the rear of the fuselage, between the booms. The nosewheel of the tricycle undercarriage was retractable. Construction throughout was of composite materials.
In 1993, the Model 410 was submitted to the UAV Joint Projects Office in response to a RFP for a Tier II system. In January 1994, the contract was awarded to General Atomics for what would eventually become the RQ-1 Predator.
Data from Jane's All the World's Aircraft 1987–88, p. 982
- Crew: none
- Capacity: 300 lb (140 kg) sensor payload carried in internal bay
- Wingspan: 31 ft 0 in (9.45 m)
- Empty weight: 1450 lb (657.7 kg)
- Powerplant: 1 × Lycoming TIO-320-C1B, 160 hp (120 kW)
- Range: 1200 miles (1931.2 km)
- Endurance: 16 hours
- Taylor 1989, p.946
- "Teledyne's new RPV starts tests" 1987, p.14
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- "Rivals launch long-range UAV bids" 1987, p.15
- Ripley 2002
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