/ Fokker C.IV
The Fokker C.IV was a two-seat reconnaissance aircraft.
The C.IV was developed from the earlier C.I but it was a larger and more robust aircraft.
The C.IV was designed as a reconnaissance biplane with a fixed tail wheel landing gear and was originally powered by the Napier Lion piston engine.
It had a wider fuselage and wider track of the cross-axle landing gear than the C.I.
Production version with a 336 kW (450 hp) Napier Lion engine.
A reduced wing-span version (12.50 m/41 ft) and reduced take-off weight.
Built for the Dutch East Indies Army. powered by a Rolls-Royce Eagle VIII V-12 engine
As C.IV but using a Rolls-Royce Eagle or Liberty L-12 engine.
Long-range reconnaissance version with extended wingspan (14.27 m/46 ft).
Extended wingspan as C.IVC and fitted with twin-floats and Napier Lion engine.
Special version for a flight between Amsterdam and Tokyo in 1924.
United States Army designation for three aircraft for evaluation.
United States Army designation for five production aircraft powered by 313 kW (420 hp) Liberty L-12A engine and fuselage extended by 24 cm (9½ in).
United States Army designation for an artillery spotting version modified from one of the XCO-4s
9.20 m (30 ft 2 in)
12.90 m (42 ft 3 in)
3.40 m (11 ft 1 in)
39.20 m2 (421.96 sq ft)
1,450 kg (3,197 lb)
2,270 kg (5,004 lb)
1 × Napier Lion W-12 water-cooled piston engine , 336 kW (450 hp)
214 km/h (133 mph, 116 kn)
1,200 km (746 mi, 648 nmi)
5,500 m (18,045 ft)
1 or 2 × fixed forward-firing 7.7 mm (0.303 in) machine-guns,
twin cockpit-mounted guns.
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