Caspar S 1
Type
3 - 4 seat reconnaissance floatplane
Engine
1 Maybach Mb IVa
1 Daimler IVa
1 Junkers L 5
Dimensions
Length 12.66 m, height  3.92 m, span 18.0 m wing area 52.3 m2
 
Weights
Empty 1600 kg, crew 160 kg, fuel and oil 210
kg, load 380 kg, flying weight 2350 kg
Empty 1600 kg, crew 160 kg, fuel and oil 250 kg,
load 340 kg, flying weight 2350 kg
 
Performance
Max. speed 160 km/h, range 600 km, service ceiling 3000 m 
Type
Werk.Nr
Registration
History
   
D-292 , N23
The unarmed prototype, fitted with a 360 hp Rolls-Royce Eagle, was built in Germany. The fuselage was
developed from the Hansa-Brandenburg W 37. Designated by Caspar as S.I and registered D-292, it was
first flown in 1922. In Sweden it received the designation Type 31, but was sold to Norway in 1923, where it
came on the civil registry as N-23 owned by L. Lier of Oslo. It crashed on August 15, 1924.
   
D-450
Mb IVa
5010
D-830
Daimler IVa until April 1931 - Junkers L5. Regisrered to Severa GmbH in Febr. 1928, to DLH Abt. Küstenflug
in Febr. 1929, to Luftdienst GmbH in July 1929, to DVL e. V., Adlershof in April 1930, to Luftdienst GmbH in
April 1931, to DVS GmbH in April 1933
Swedish Type S 2
 
31
Delivered in parts to Sweden and assembled by Svenska Aero AB in the end of 1921
Swedish Type S 2
 
32
Ordered in 1922 by the Swedish Navy. Partly built by Caspar and partly by Svenska Aero AB and Galärvarvet
(= Navy workshop in Stockholm). Delivered in 1923. Powered by the Maybach Mb IVa. Crashed 18th of June
1923
Swedish Type S 2
 
33
Ordered in 1922 by the Swedish Navy. Partly built by Caspar and partly by Svenska Aero AB and Galärvarvet
(= Navy workshop in Stockholm). Delivered in 1923. Powered by the Maybach Mb IVa. Crashed 1923-08-01
near Gothenburg
Swedish Type S 2
 
34
Ordered in 1922 by the Swedish Navy. Partly built by Caspar and partly by Svenska Aero AB and Galärvarvet
(= Navy workshop in Stockholm). Delivered in 1923. Powered by the Maybach Mb IVa
Swedish Type S 2
 
35
Ordered in 1922 by the Swedish Navy. Partly built by Caspar and partly by Svenska Aero AB and Galärvarvet
(= Navy workshop in Stockholm). Delivered in 1923. Powered by the Maybach Mb IVa
Swedish Type S 2
 
36
Ordered in 1922 by the Swedish Navy. Partly built by Caspar and partly by Svenska Aero AB and Galärvarvet
(= Navy workshop in Stockholm). Delivered in 1923. Powered by the Maybach Mb IVa
Swedish Type S 2
 
37
Ordered in 1922 by the Swedish Navy. Partly built by Caspar and partly by Svenska Aero AB and Galärvarvet
(= Navy workshop in Stockholm). Delivered in 1923. Powered by the Maybach Mb IVa. Crashed close to the
Naval base Hårsfjärden 1924-09-24 in the forest. Major damages on floats and propeller, minor on wings and
fuselage.. After dismanteling transported to the Galärvarvet (Naval Docks) for repair. In service again 1925-
05-07. Cancelled 1931-05-05
Swedish Type S 2
 
38
Ordered in 1922 by the Swedish Navy. Partly built by Caspar and partly by Svenska Aero AB and Galärvarvet
(= Navy workshop in Stockholm). Delivered in 1923. Powered by the Maybach Mb IVa
Swedish Type S 2
 
39
Ordered in 1922 by the Swedish Navy. Partly built by Caspar and partly by Svenska Aero AB and Galärvarvet
(= Navy workshop in Stockholm). Delivered in 1923. Powered by the Maybach Mb IVa
Swedish Type S 2
 
40
Ordered in 1922 by the Swedish Navy. Partly built by Caspar and partly by Svenska Aero AB and Galärvarvet
(= Navy workshop in Stockholm). Delivered in 1923. Powered by the Maybach Mb IVa
Swedish Type S 2
 
41
Ordered in 1922 by the Swedish Navy. Partly built by Caspar and partly by Svenska Aero AB and Galärvarvet
(= Navy workshop in Stockholm). Delivered in 1923. Powered by the Maybach Mb IVa
All the Swedish aircraft was designed Heinkel HE 1 because of the end of co-operation between Heinkel and Caspar