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Embraer designations

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EMB-130 :twin engined light transport aircraft,it had sweptback
wing and sweptback crucibom tail surface,powered by
two turbofan engines mounted on the rear fuselage.
Embraer EMB-500 :20/30 seat twin engined medium transport
aircraft,project only.
 

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Hi all

EMB-545 = Legacy 450
EMB-550 = Legacy 500
 

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A first stab at an Embraer list. EMB designations first, then a handful of acronym designations at the bottom ...
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Embraer (Empresa Brasileira de Aeronautica SA)

EMB 100 - Bandeirante utility transport prototypes (2 x PT6A-20 turboprops)
- EMB 100: 8 pax, FAB designation - YC-95, 3 built
- Projeto IPD-6504: original CTA desig. for Max Holste design

EMB 110 - Bandeirante utility transport a/c
- EMB 110: Initial FAB prod. (PT6A-27), 12 pax, desig. C-95, (x 55 total)
- EMB 110A: FAB radio calibration EC-95 (x 6) and EC-95B (x ?)
- EMB 110B: Bandeirulha (Bandeirante Patrulha) FAB aerial photo R-95 (x 6)
- EMB 110B1: Survey vers. with 'quick change' 14 pax interior (x 2)
- EMB 110BI: Survey vers. with 'quick change' 9 pax VIP interior
- EMB 110C: 1973, initial commercial prod. (PT6A-27), 12-18-pax, (x 34)
- EMB 110C(N): winterized EMB 110C for the Armada de Chile (x 3)
- EMB 110E: 6-8 seat executive vers. of EMB 110C (x 4)
- EMB 110E(J): Modified vers. or same as EMB 110E [? unclear ?]
- EMB 110J: EMB 110E devel. (x 12) [? same as EMB 110E(J) ?]
- EMB 110K: 1977 cargo variant of '110C with 14.6 m fuselage stretch
- EMB 110K1: FAB C-95A Bandeirante cargo version (x 20)
- EMB 110P: Regional airliner versions of Bandeirante
- EMB 110P1: combi a/c, civil vers. of EMB 110P1K/C-95B with cargo doors
- EMB-110P1A: refined 'P1 distinguished by intro of horiz. tail dihedral
- EMB 110P1/41: Higher MTOW 'P1 variant (to FAA SFAR Part 41 regs)
- EMB 110P1A/41: Higher MTOW 'P1A variant (to FAA SFAR Part 41 regs)
- EMB 110P1K: FAB C-95B, combi EMB 110P 'quick change' interior (x 31)
- EMB 110P1K / EC-95B conv. for GEIV
- EMB 110P1K SAR: FAB SC-95B search and rescue a/c (4 x bubble windows)
- EMB 110P2: 21-seat airliner vers of EMB 110P1 (no rear cargo doors)
- EMB-110P2A: refined 'P2 distinguished by intro of horiz. tail dihedral
- EMB 110P2/41: Higher MTOW 'P2 variant (to FAA SFAR Part 41 regs)
- EMB 110P2A/41: Higher MTOW 'P2A variant (to FAA SFAR Part 41 regs)
- EMB 110P3: [Project] pressurized Bandeirante with T-tail
- EMB 110S1: geophysical survey, mag stinger, larger wing tanks, only 1 built
- EMB 110[?]: XC-95, FAB rain research variant
- EMB 110[?]: C/P-95, FAB update with modernised Elbit Systems avionics
-- http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/pictures-brazil-flies-first-upgraded-emb-110-bandeirante-350959/
- EMB 110[?]: [Project] Bandeirante Jato, EMB 110 deriv, rear fuselage-mounted turbofans
-- Bandeirante Jato: T-tail, u/c sponsons in former nacelle locations

EMB 111 - Bandeirulha, maritime patrol Bandeirante derivative (2 x PT6A)
- EMB 111: 1977, APS-128 Super Searcher radar-equipped P-95 for FAB (x 12)
- EMB 111A: Upgraded P-95A (ECM, ESM, E/O, no searchlight) for FAB (x 10)
-- NB: Embraer lists the EMB 111A designation as EMB 111A(A)
- EMB 111AN: 'pattugliatori marittimi', aka EMB 111AN/C, Armada de Chile
-- NB: Embraer lists the EMB 111AN designation as EMB 111A(N)
-- http://ivansiminic.blogspot.ca/2012/03/embraer-111-en-la-armada-de-chile.html
- EMB 111B: P-95B, as P-95A except new-build with horz. tail dihedral (x 10)
-- EMB 111B: aka Bandeirulha II
- EMB 111[?]: FAB SC-95 SAR variant
-- P-95 sometimes misidentified as "P-111"

EMB 112 - [Project] Dec 1973 EMB 110 deriv, enlarged cabin (for 18-20 pax)
- EMB 112: powered by 2 x 750 shp PT6A-34, MTOW 5600 kg.

EMB 113-EMB 119 - [??]

EMB 120 - [Project] 1975 Araguaia T-tailled, pressurized EMB 110 deriv
- EMB 120 Araguaia - 23-25 pax, 2 x 680 shp P&WC PT6A-27*
-- http://www.jrlucariny.com/Site2008/embpriv/embpriv.html
-- * Other sources say Araguia powered by 2 x 1,120 shp PT6A45

EMB 120 Brasilia 30 pax regional airliner, 2 x 1,600 shp PW&WC PW115
- EMB 120ER - Brasilia, 'Extended-Range, standard model from 1992-93
- EMB 120ER - Advanced Brasilia, 1994, formerly EMB-120X (below)
-- EMB 120ER: FAB C-97 (x 8) and VC-97 w/ VIP interior (x 1)
- EMB 120FC - Brasilia, 'Freight Conversion', aka EMB 120 Cargo
- EMB 120QC - Brasilia, 'Quick-Change' cargo/pax, also EMB 120 Combi
- EMB 120RS - Advanced Brasilia, remote sensing variant
- EMB 120RT - Brasilia, 'Reduced Take-off', 1986 2 x 1,800 shp P&WC PW118
-- EMB 120RT: Optional hot-and-high PW118A; FAB YC-97 (x 1) & C-97 (x 3)
- EMB 120SA - Advanced Brasilia, AEW variant
- EMB 120X - 'Improved Brasilia', becomes EMB 120ER Advanced Brasilia

EMB 121X - [Project] 1975 EMB 120 Araguaia derivative
-- NB: Xingú was an Araguaia deriv. so may simply be EMB 121 project

EMB-121 - Xingu, 1978 pressurized executive a/c based on EMB 110 (x 105)
- EMB 121A: Xingú I, 2 + 5-6 pax, 2 x 680 shp PT6A-28, FAB VU-9 (x 12)
- EMB 121A1 - Xingú II, Sept 1981, 8-9 pax, 2 x 750 shp PT6A-135
-- EMB 121A1: Some Xingú II were EMB 121A conversions (incl. VU-9s)
- EMB 121AA: Armée de l'Air crew trainers (x 16)
- EMB 121AN: Aéronavale crew trainers (x 16)
- EMB 121B: Xingú III, 1980, stretched EMB 121A, 1 x prototype
-- NB: EC-9 was a FAB electronics vers., ex-civilian EMB 121s

EMB 122 - [??]

EMB 123 - [Project] Tapajós, 20 pax EMB 121 development, 2 x 1,120 shp PT6A45

EMB 123 - Vector, 1990 19-seat regional airliner 2 x pusher 1,300 TPF351
- EMB 123: aka Embraer/FMA CBA 123 Vector, aka FMA IA 70 Parana
-- Joint Brazil-Argentinian project, x 2 + 1 part. complete prototype

EMB 124 - [??]
-- NB: "EMB 124/MP" was simply a typographical error

EMB 125 - [Project] 1978 commuter a/c, 2 x [??] shp P&WC PT6A-[??]
- EMB 125: Slightly enlarged, tall-cabin version of EMB 120 Araguaia
- EMB 125 Versão Carga: Cargo variant of commuter a/c
- EMB 125 Versão Patrulha: Patrol variant, APS-128 Super Searcher radar
-- http://www.jrlucariny.com/Site2008/embpriv/embpriv.html

EMB 126 - EMB 129 - [??]
-- NB: "EMB 127 Bandit" is a 'what-if' 4-engined EMB 110 retouch
-- NB: "EMB 128" is a typo for a Skywest Airlines EMB 120ER Brasilia
-- NB: "EMB 129" is a another Brasila typo (surprising for NASA!)

EMB 130 - [Project] light transport, sweptback wing and cruciform tail surface, 2 x turbofans on the rear fuselage

EMB-131-EMB 134 - [??]
-- Typos: "EMB 131" for Xingu, "EMB 132" for Tucano, "EMB 134" for Super, etc.

ERJ 135 - 1997, shortened (3.50m), 37 pax deriv. of ERJ 145 regional jet
- ERJ 135ER - extended range (2650 km / 1430 nm with 37 pax)
- ERJ 135LR - long range (3138 km / 1700 nm with 37 pax)
- EMB 135KL - certification designation for ERJ 140LR (below)
- EMB 135BJ - certification designation for Legacy biz-jet of 2000
-- ERJ-135BJ Legacy 600: 2007, 13 pax biz-jet deriv. from ERJ 135
-- EMB-135BJ Legacy 650: Longer-range deriv. of Legacy 600
-- NB: Legacy to be built by Harbin Embraer Aircraft Industry (part of AVIC)

EMB-136-EMB 139 - [??]

ERJ 140 - 1999, shortened, 44 pax deriv. of ERJ 145 regional jet
- ERJ 140ER: 6 pax less than ERJ 145 to meet US regs
- ERJ 140LR: long range (3019 km / 1630nm nm with 44 pax)
-- ERJ 140LR's certification designation is EMB 135KL

EMB-141-EMB 144 - [??]


EMB 145 - [Project] regional jet, 'Jet Brasília' with stretched fuselage
- EMB 145 Versão 1: 1989, over-wing engines (as per EMB 120 Brasilia)
- EMB 145 Versão 2: 1995, pylon-mounted engines, 22.3° swept wing
-- EMB 145 leads to family marketed as ERJ 145
http://www.secretprojects.co.uk/forum/index.php/topic,3800.msg29883.html

EMB 145 - Revised design as ERJ 145 with rear-fuselage mounted engines
- EMB 145: 50 pax regional jet, aka ERJ 145STD & FAB C-99A
- EMB 145EU: European market model, increased MTOW of 19,990 kg
- EMB 145ER: Extended Range, baseline ERJ 145 model
-- EMB 145ER: FAB (ex-Varig) C-99/C-99A (x 9) & VC-99B VIP (x 1)
- EMB 145EP: As 145ER but an increased MTOW of 20,990 kg
- EMB 145LR: Long Range, 5187 kg fuel capacity and upgraded engines
-- EMB 145LR aka ERJ 145LR Legacy
- EMB 145LU: As ERJ 145LR but an increased MTOW of 21,990 kg
- EMB 145MK: As ERJ 145STD but with changed Max Zero Fuel Weight of 17,700 kg
- EMB 145XR - Extra-long Range, aerodynamic impr., more powerful engines
- EMB 145MP/ASW: FAB P-99 maritime patrol derivative
- ERJ 145MR: [??]
- EMB 145SA: 2008 FAB R-99A/E-99 airborne early warning deriv. (x 5)
-- EMB 145SA aka Amazontrulha I and ERJ 145AEW&C
- EMB 145RS: FAB R-99B remote sensing derivative (x 3)
-- EMB 145RS aka Amazontrulha II and ERJ 145RS/AGS
- EMB 145 ACS: [Project] Lockheed Martin/Embraer Aerial Common Sensor

EMB-146-EMB 149 - [??]

EMB 150 - [Project] 150 pax commercial propfan aircraft [?? real or what-if ??]
-- http://www.jrlucariny.com/Site2008/jrexpcom01/jrexpcom01.html

EMB-151-EMB 169 - [??]
-- NB: "EMB 160" is a what-if T-tailled EMB 170 fake

EMB 170 - 2000 70 pax airliner, aka ERJ 170 and E-Jet series
- EMB 170-100: basic ERJ 170-100, aka E 170 & EMB 170-100STD
- EMB 170AR: Advanced Range
- EMB 170LR: Long Range
- EMB 170-100LR: Long Range
- EMB 170-100SER:
- EMB 170ST:
- EMB 170-100ST:
- EMB 170-100STD: Standard
- EMB 170-100SU:
- EMB 170-200: basic ERJ-170-200, aka E 175 & EMB 170-200STD
- EMB 170-200LR: Long Range
- EMB 170-200STD: Standard
- EMB 170-200SU:

EMB 171-EMB 174 - [??]

EMB 175 - 2000 86 pax airliner, aka ERJ 175 and E-Jet series
- EMB 175: formerly EMB 170-200/EMB 170-200STD
- EMB 175AR: Advanced Range,
- EMB 175LR: Long Range

EMB 176-EMB 179 - [??]

EMB 180 - [Project] regional jet, EMB 195 wings/engines, length 33.25 m
- EMB 180: Update or just a rebranding of EMB 190-100 [??]

EMB 181-EMB 184 - [??]

EMB 185 - [Project] regional jet, EMB 195 wings/engines, length [??] m
http://www.jrlucariny.com/Site2008/enxage185/enxage185.html
- EMB 185P: FAB P-100 patrol jet concept (akin to Boeing P-8A)

EMB 186-EMB 189 - [??]

EMB 190 - 2004 90-110 pax airliner, aka ERJ 190 and E-Jet series
- EMB 190-100: basic ERJ 190-100, aka E 190 & EMB 190-100STD
- EMB 190-100AR: Advanced Range
- EMB 190-100IGW:
- EMB 190-100LR: Long Range
- EMB 190-100ST:
- EMB 190-100STD: Standard, aka E 190 and ERJ 190-100
- EMB 190-200: basic ERJ 195 (below), aka E 195 & EMB 190-200STD
- EMB 190-200LR: Long Range
- EMB 190-100SR: 98 pax
- EMB 190BJ: 2006 19-pax Lineage 1000 executive a/c, aka E 190BJ

EMB 191-EMB 194 - [??]
-- NB: "E 191" is a nick-name for the EMB 190-100

EMB 195 - 2002 124 pax airliner, aka ERJ 195 and E-Jet series
- EMB 195 - 1993, formerly ERJ 190-200, aka E 195
- EMB 195-AR: Advanced Range
- EMB 195LR: Long Range
- EMB 195X: [Project] 130-seat EMB 195 stretch, now abandoned
-- EMB 195X: aka 'E-195X'

EMB 196-EMB 199 - [??]

EMB-200 - Ipanema, 1969-1989, single-seat ag a/c, ITA design (x 2000)
- EMB 200: 1971 certification, init. prod, 260 hp Lycoming, 550 kg hopper
- EMB 200A: 1973 certification, improved EMB 200
- EMB-201: 1974 certification, 300 hp Lycoming IO-540 (x 1000)
- EMB-201A: 1974 certification, new control panels and wings
- EMB-201R: glider-tug version of Ipanema, FAB U-19
- EMB-202: Ipanemão, 1991 cert., aerodynamic improv., 950 kg hopper
- EMB-202A 2004 certification, 320 hp Lycoming (ethanol), Neiva-built
- EMB-203 2015 cert., 320 hp Lycoming engine, span 13.3 m, winglets

EMB 204-EMB 209 - [??]

EMB-210 Formigão - [Project] larger agricultural a/c (than EMB 200 Impanema)
- EMB 210: similar layout to smaller EMB 200, 1 tonne chemical hopper

EMB 211-EMB 300 - [??]

EMB 301 - [Project] 1977 tandem trainer/light strike, 1 x Lycoming TIO-541
- EMB 301: based on Neiva AT-25 (N.621) Universal trainer

EMB 3[??] - [Project] Tucano study based on EMB-821 Carajá wings & u/c
-- NB: Unclear whether this a separate project or the same as EMB 311

EMB 311 - [Project] 1977 trainer based on EMB 301 airframe, 1 x PT6A turboprop

EMB 312 - [Project] Versão 1, advanced trainer study, 550 hp PT6A-25
- EMB 312 Versão 1: Ministério da Aeronáutica dict. changes result in Tucano

- Dimension comparison between EMB-312 Versão 1 and production model Tucano
- EMB-312 Versão 1: Span 11.23 m, Area 18.14 m², Length 9.65 m, Height 3.32 m
- EMB-312 product.: Span 11.14 m, Area 19.40 m², Length 9.86 m, Height 3.40 m

EMB 312 - Tucano, 1978 2-seat trainer, 1 x 750 shp P&WC PT6A-25C turbprop
- EMB 312: FAB AT-27 (x 133)
- EMB 312F: Tucano for France, French avionics (x 80)
- EMB 312G1: 1986 prototype demonstrator with Garrett TPE331 engine
-- EMB 312G1: Garrett-engined demonstrator for Short S.312 for RAF
- EMB-312H: H for Helicopter Killer or Hunting Helicopter, led to FAB ALX
- EMB 312HJ: Super Tucano prototype for USAF JPATS (led to EMB 314)
-- Tucano POC (Proof Of Concept) JPATS demonstrator, 1,300 shp PT6A-68A
- EMB 312[?]: Short-built S.312 for RAF + export (x 174)
- EMB 312[?]: Helwan-built Tucano for Egyptian AF (x 40)

Any designations for export Tucanos?
- Egypt x 14, Argentina x 30, Honduras x 12, Iran x 50, Paraguay x 6, Peru x 30, Venezuela x 31, Colombia x 14 units

EMB 313 - [??]

EMB 314 Super Tucano - A-29 COIN turboprop, 1 x 1,600 shp PT6A-68C
- EMB 312HJ: Super Tucano prototype for USAF JPATS (led to EMB 314)
-- EMB 314HJ: Embraer/Sierra Nevada A-29 Super Tucano for USAF LAS
- EMB 314M Super Tucano: ALX (Aeronave Leve de Ataque), originally AL-X
-- ALX consists of 49 single-seat attack A-29A & 50 2-seat liaison A-29B
-- NB: EMB 314M - 'M' for multi-use, not 'monoplace' as some sources list

EMB 315 - [??] Common typo for EMB 314 Super Tucano

EMB 316-EMB 325 - [??]

EMB 326GB - Xavante, licenced Aermacchi MB-326GC (x 182)
- AT-26: Xavante for FAB (x 166 total) and export
- AT-26A: Reconditioned MB-326KC Impala II (11 of 14 bought from RSA)
- RT-26: AT-26s converted to reconnaissance role
- XAT-26: Special test a/c for GEEV (Grupo Especial de Ensaio em Voo)

EMB 327-EMB 339 - [??]

EMB 330 - [Project] Sept 1974,* jet attack/COIN a/c, 1 x 1,814 lb.st Viper Mk.632-43
EMB 330 - led to more advanced, higher-performing AX-1 project of 1975
EMB 330 arm.: 2 x DEFA 533 (125 rds ea), 2500 kg load (R-550 Magic, AGM-65A)
-- * Pereira: May 1977, to document PT-301/109 "Projeto, Desenvolvimento e Fabricação de um Avião de Treinamento e de Emgrego Militar".

EMB 331-EMB 389 - [??]

EMB 390 - [Project]- 2007 tactical transport deriv. from ERJ 190
-- EMB 390 aka C-390 aka KC-390

EMB 391-EMB 399 - [??]

EMB 400 - Urupema, 1964 Instituto Tecnológico de Aeronáutica glider (x 10)

EMB 401-EMB 490 - [??]
- NB: "EMB 450" is a confusion with EMB 545 Legacy 450

EMB 451-EMB 490 - [??]

EMB 500 :20/30 seat twin engined medium transport

EMB 500 Amazônas - [Project] 1970 'medium airliner', from CX series
http://www.jrlucariny.com/Site2008/outrosemb/outrosemb.html
- Embraer CX1: [Project] EMB 500, 30 pax/600 kg freight, 4 x PT6A-40*
-- * Pereira: 1120 shp PT6A-50, 4 + 50 pax/53 troops/40 litters + 3 + 3 med.
- Embraer CX2: [Project] EMB 500 deriv. with 2 x 1940 shp RR Dart RDa.7 **
-- ** Source lists "Dart 532" but RDa.7 Mk.532s are rated 2,130-2,190 shp
- Embraer CX2A: [Project] As CX2 except 2 x 2860 shp GE T64-GE-10 engines
-- CX Versão 2: 4 + 50 pax/62 troops/38 paras//40 litters + 3 + 3 med.
- Embraer CX3: 1974 Turbofan-powered deriv. of CX2, civil and military vers.
-- CX Versão 3/Carga: 2 x underwing 6500 lb.st Lycoming ALF-502 turbofans
-- CX Versão 3/Militar: diff. from civil in avionics and air-openable door
- Embraer CX4: Revised CX, low-wing, high rear fuselage-mounted ALF-502s
- Embraer CX4A: As per CX Versão 4 except swept wings (18°) & tailplane
- Embraer CX5: [Project] lengthened CX3, 4-engined CX3A deriv. (18° sweep)
- Embraer CX5A: [Project] lengthened (5.22 m) CX3A, 4 x 6500 lb.st ALF502s
- Embraer CX6: [Project] Cargo, unrelated to CX1-CX5A, 2 x 1300 shp PT6A-65
-- CX Versão 6: High, braced wing, u/c sponsons, ramp and port freight door

EMB 500 - VLJ (Very Light Jet) 4 pax (up to 6-7?), 2 x P&WC PW617F
- EMB 500: VLJ marketed as Embraer Phenom 100

EMB 501-EMB 504 - [??]

EMB 505 - LJ (Light Jet), 7-8 pax, 2 x P&WC PW535
- EMB 505: LJ marketed as Embraer Phenom 300

EMB 506-EMB 544 - [??]

EMB 545 - 2013, Legacy 450, 7-10 pax biz-jet, 2 x Honeywell HTF7500E
- EMB 545: aka MLJ (Mid-Light Jet), aka Legacy 450

EMB 546-EMB 549 - [??]

EMB 550 - 2012, Legacy 500, 8 pax biz-jet, 2 x 6,500 lb.st Honeywell HTF7500E
- EMB 550: aka MSJ (Mid-Size Jet), aka Legacy 500

EMB 551-EMB 599 - [??]

EMB 600 - [Project] Aug 1977 proposal to licence SA.341 Gazelle helicopter

EMB 601-EMB 709 - [??]

EMB 710 - Carioca, 1975 Piper PA-28-236 Pathfinder
- EMB 710C: 1975 light a/c, aka Neiva Carioca
- EMB 710D: 1981, similar to EMB 710C

EMB 711 - Corisco, 1975 Piper PA28 Arrow
- EMB-711A: Corisco, 1975, PA-28R-200 Arrow II
- EMB-711B: Corisco, 19??, PA-28R-201 Arrow III
- EMB 711C: Corisco, 19??, PA28? Archer
- EMB 711T: Corisco II, 1989, PA-28RT-201 Arrow IV
- EMB 711ST: Corisco Turbo, 1990, PA-28R-201T Turbo Arrow IV

EMB 712 - Tupi, 1979 PA-28-181 Archer II

EMB 713-EMB 714 - [??]

EMB 715 - Guri, Piper PA-38 Tomahawk, 1 x prototype

EMB 716-EMB 719 - [??]

EMB-720 - Minuano, PA32 Saratoga 1975-1996 PA32 Saratoga 1975-1996
- EMB 720C: licenced Piper PA32-301, 300 hp IO-540-L1G5
- EMB 720D: as per 'C except revised wing profile, prop hub, flight inst.

EMB 721 - Sertanejo, 1976 PA32 Lance & Saratoga
- EMB 721C: PA-32R-300 Lance & PA-32RT-300 Lance II
- EMB 721D: 1985 [?] PA-32R-301 Saratoga SP

EMB 722-EMB 809 - [??]

EMB-810 - Seneca, 1989, PA34 Seneca 3
- EMB-810C: Seneca, Neiva-built PA-34-200T Seneca 3
- EMB-810D: Cuesta, Embraer-built PA-34-220 Seneca 3

EMB 811-EMB 819 - [??]

EMB-820 - Navajo, 1989 PA31 Navajo Chieftain
- EMB-820C: Neiva-built PA-31-350 Navajo

EMB 821 - Carajá, PA31-50 Navajo Chieftain with PT6A turboprop
- EMB 821: aka Neiva N-821
- EMB [??]: COIN-X, COIN study adaptation of the EMB 821 Carajá

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Undesignated Embraer Projects

AMX International A-1 (Aeritalia Aermecchi/Embraer)

AX-1 - [Project] Aug 1975 Embraer attack a/c (to replace EMB 330 design)
- AX-1: 1 x RR Viper Mk.632-43, 2 x 30mm DEFA 533, 2500 lbs ordnance

AX -[Project] Feb 1976 Embraer/Aermacchi attack a/c, high-wing, T-tail
- AX: 1 x RR-SNECMA M45, 2 x DEFA 553, 6 x hardpoints, wingtip AAM
-- http://web.archive.org/web/20040811203502/http://www.acfavi.hpg.ig.com.br/ax.htm

TX [Project] 1986 2-seat combat-capable LIFT, 1 x 30mm, Mach 1.2
TX-OP - [Project] 1986 single-seat attack version of TX, Mach 2 in reheat

MFT-LF - [Project] late '80s, 'Modern Fighter Trainer - Light Fighter'
-- MFT-LF: F-5E repl., similar layout to AMX, 6 hard points, RR Spey 807

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hi all

from my list:

1) EMB-110P3: proposal version
2) EMB-111AN: six 111A sold to the Chilean Navy
3) EMB-112: project only
4) EMB-123 Tapajos: project only (first with No.123)
5) ERJ-170-100: basic E-170
6) ERJ-170-200: basic E-175
7) ERJ-190-100: basic E-190
8) ERJ-190-200: basic E-195
9) Lineage 1000: = E-190BJ
10) EMB-201R: glider-tug version (FAB U-19)
11) EMB-210 Formigao: project only
12) EMB-312G1: prototype with Garret engine (1986)
13) EMB-600: helicopter project
14) EMB-710D: similar -710C
15) EMB-711A: =PA-28R-200 Arrow
16) EMB-711B: =PA-28R-201 Arrow III
17) EMB-711T Corisco II: =PA-28RT-201 Arrow IV
18) EMB-711ST Corisco Turbo: =PA-28R-201T Turbo Arrow IV
19) EMB-712: =PA-28-181 Archer II
20) EMB-715 Guri: =PA-38 Tomahawk (x1 only)
21) EMB-720C and EMB-720D
22) EMB-721C: =PA-32R-300 Lance and PA-32RT-300 Lance II
23) EMB-721D: =PA-32R-301 Saratoga SP
24) EMB-810C Seneca: =PA-34-200T
25) EMB-810D Seneca II: =PA-34-220T
26) EMB-820C: =PA-31-350

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Fantastic contribution, Apophenia! Thank you so much. And thanks AM for your addition!
 

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As usual,amazing work my dears Apophenia and AM,


and can I ask about EMB.600,any drawing or more info ?.
 

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Wow ... Great stuff AM! I've added your corrections/additions and a few tweaks of my own.

Oh, and I second Hesham's request for more details on that projeto de helicóptero ;D
 

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Hi Kon;


http://www.secretprojects.co.uk/forum/index.php/topic,150.msg825.html#msg825
 

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E.M.B.600...
 

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Great find my dear Maveric,


thank you,but it looks like completely the Aerospatiale Gazelle.
 

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hesham said:
thank you,but it looks like completely the Aerospatiale Gazelle.

Yes, Hesham, that's exactly what it was -- a proposal to licence-build the SA.341. Thanks to Boxkite, I know that Maveric's 3-view is an Embraer drawing reproduced in Roberto Pereira's Enciclopédia de aviões Brasileiros (ISBN 85-250-2137-7), Globo (São Paolo), 1997. Another drawing from that volume (courtsey of Boxkite) which I've modified slightly is the Bandeirante Jato project as illustrated by Erkki Keijo K. Bohm.

Thanks to Boxkite, I've been able to correct/add to the Embraer designation list above. More images from Enciclopédia de aviões Brasileiros coming ...
 

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A few more (slightly modified) images from Roberto Pereira's Enciclopédia de aviões Brasileiros.

The EMB 312 Versão 1 was Embraer's first stab at the Tucano concept. The Ministério da Aeronáutica was not completely satisifed and the dictated changes resulted in the Tucano that we know.

The EMB 210 Formigão was an enlarged EMB 200 Impanema ag aircraft. Of similar layout to Ipanema, the EMB 210 Formigão would have a lengthened fuselage, more powerful motor and a larger chemicals tank. The wings were also larger and the landing gear had reinforced tires of larger diameter.

Although the EMB 210 design was inspired by demands from some farmers of large estates, market studies showed Embraer that there was not enough interest among those large estate farmers to justify serial production of the Formigão.
 

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Excellent my dear Apophenia,thank you very much.
 

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And here is most of the Embraer CX series ... again, Embraer drawings reproduced in Roberto Pereira's Enciclopédia de aviões Brasileiros .
 

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A minor update. For now, I've struck the EMB 185P/P-100 Cardeal patrol aircraft entry. As near as I can tell, this is outside concept art ... not an actual Embraer project.

The online artwork of the P-100 Cardeal * is by Felipe Salles (of ALIDE and Base Militar). A similar concept, the EMB 190 MP/ASW was rendered by Paulo R Siqueria back in 2002.

BTW, Cardeal (Cardinal) might seem an odd moniker for a maritime patrol aircraft but the callsigns for FAB P-95A Bandeirulhas all begin with "Cardeal".
 

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Wow,what a beauty projects,thank you my dear Apophenia.
 

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Hi,


the Tucano H aircraft.


http://www.flightglobal.com/pdfarchive/view/1991/1991%20-%201671.html
 

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The Embraer EMB-100 family, from ABCM Engenharia Vol.09 No.02:
 

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My dear Apophenia,

please add EMB-201,202 & 203 to the list.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Embraer_EMB_202_Ipanema
 

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Thanks Hesham. The EMB-200-EMB-202 were already listed. I've added the 2015 EMB-203.
 

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An additional EMB-312 Super Tucano designation is:
EMB-312HJ - a variant of the -312H with a 1,300shp PT6A-68A turboprop.

Source: Brassey's World Aircraft & Systems Directory, 1996-97.
 

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A couple more additions:

ERJ 190-300 - E190-E2
ERJ 190-400 - E185-E2

A possible correction to the above list for the Lineage 1000 & Lineage E; ERJ190-100ECJ rather than BJ as given above.

Source: Air Britain, Aviation World, 2020
 

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