SERDAR Anti-Tank Missile Launching System

ASELSAN SERDAR Anti-Tank Missile Launching System is a versatile defensive and offensive weapon system that provides high effectivity against ground targets in day/night and adverse weather conditions thanks to its computer controlled fire control subsystem designed to limit the operator’s task. It is a remotely controlled and stabilized Weapon Platform carrying 2/4 Anti-Tank Guided Missiles (SKIF, KORNET etc.). The Weapon Platform can be customized in order to carry the amount of missiles required by the customer. Alongside with 2/4 Anti-Tank Guided missiles, the System can be configured to carry 12.7 or/and 7.62 mm machine gun for self-protection.

The System is light weight, low volume and suitable for integration with a variety of existing or new armoured high mobility fighting vehicles, considerably upgrading their lethality. It allows the system to be operated from inside the vehicle with a high degree of precision to protect the gunner or/and commander from being exposed.

SERDAR Anti-Tank Missile Launching System is actively used by the Qatar Armed Forces. It is also known that the SERDAR Anti-Tank Missile Launching System is exported to some different countries.

Features

Anti-Tank Missile

  • 2/4 ready to fire Anti-Tank Missile (SKIF, KORNET etc.)

Primary Weapon Options

  • Main Gun: 12.7 mm machine gun
  • Secondary Gun: 7.62 mm machine gun

Movement Limits

  • Two-axis, gyro-stabilized and modular turret
  • Elevation: -15° / +45°
  • Azimuth: n x 360° (with Slip Ring)

Ammunition Stowage

  • Primary Weapon Options : 200 round
  • Co-axial Weapon Options : 400 rounds

Other Features

  • Remote operation and firing capabilities
  • Passive target surveillance, detection, tracking
  • Automatic target tracking
  • Ability to fire when stationary and on the move
  • All weather Infrared/Video imagers and Laser Range Finder
  • Operating Temperature: -32°C – +55°C
  • Capability for integration to external sensors
  • Automated Fire Control Functions
  • Pre-defined sector scanning feature
  • Ballistic computations
  • Last ammunition warning
  • No Point No Fire zones

Source: TurkishDefenceNews.com

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