The first sanitary armored vehicles "Lens" will go to the troops before the end of the year

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The Ministry of Defense until the end of the year will receive the first batch of sanitary armored vehicles "Lens", created on the basis of the armored car "Typhoon-K". About this in an interview with RIA News"said Igor Zarakhovich, chief designer of the Remdiesel development company.

The first sanitary armored vehicles "Lens" will go to the troops before the end of the year




The first sanitary Lens armored vehicles will be delivered to the Russian Armed Forces before the end of this year. The armored car has already passed the entire cycle of state tests and is preparing for serial production. It was created on the chassis "Typhoon-K" 4X4, unlike the original version, the ambulance armored car has a double cabin and a sanitary compartment, allowing the wounded to be evacuated from the battlefield. The capacity of the compartment is four people lying down, or six people in a sitting position. A combined variant of transporting the wounded is possible - two lying and three sitting. The machine has a smooth ride and can comfortably deliver the wounded over rough terrain.

The “Lens” has a combined protection of ceramic armor and armor steel, which provides the third class of protection for the hull (protection against shooting weapons, including armor-piercing incendiary bullets). Mine protection can withstand undermining up to 8 kg of TNT under the wheel. At the same time, the destroyed wheel provides up to 50 km of cross-country driving.

The machine is equipped with various medical equipment, including devices for pulling the wounded out of hatches and dragging, shields for evacuation with damage to the spine, etc.

Five armored cameras are installed on the armored car, providing all-round visibility for the crew. It is possible to install a remotely controlled module with a machine gun, which is controlled by the second crew member through the remote control located in the cockpit.

  • Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation
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  1. -6
    4 September 2019
    To be honest, I absolutely cannot believe that this machine can withstand 8 kg of explosives under the wheel.
    Maybe this is true, but I will only believe when I see the test video where they measure the explosives or show the depth of the funnel after the explosion.
    1. +4
      4 September 2019
      And why not, Iveco withstands, but here the technologies are similar to the campaign

      1. 0
        4 September 2019
        Quote: loki565
        And why not, Iveco withstands, but here the technologies are similar to the campaign

        The "Tatars" may have data from other sources, they are rather closely cooperating with Paramount Engineering in Kazakhstan.
      2. 0
        4 September 2019
        Quote: loki565
        And why not, Iveco withstands, but here the technologies are similar to the campaign

        Unfortunately, in our reality, this is not an argument. And even on the proposed videos, the consequences of the blasting raises some doubts about the integrity of the crew. On the top video, something is coming out of the rear hatch, what's that? And why does it come out like that? A poorly thought-out fastening system or did you not attend to it at all? I'm not sure that all this will not get the landing. The lower video shows that multiple fragments are flying into the cockpit, I understand that the dummy doesn't care about them, but I am not sure that they will be 100% safe for a living person
    2. -1
      4 September 2019
      Quote: yehat
      Of course, I absolutely can’t believe that this machine can withstand 8 kg of explosives under the wheel. Maybe this is true, but I will only believe when I see the test video where the explosives are measured or the depth of the funnel after the explosion is shown.

      Then you need more spectacular, pigging under 75 kg in places and TM-62.
      1. +1
        5 September 2019
        Testers will only support such a proposal. fellow
        After all, pigs can be written off after the test and eat. good
    3. +1
      4 September 2019
      Quote: yehat
      but I believe only when the test video I see where they measure the explosives or show the depth of the funnel after the explosion.

      Are you ready to be inside instead of "Ivanivanych"?
    4. 0
      5 September 2019
      the sanitary armored car has a double cabin and a sanitary compartment, which allows evacuating the wounded from the battlefield.

      Armored is good. But is the honey bay too tall? Offhand there at least a meter and a half and together lift a stretcher with the wounded? Or is there a fixture there? (If shown in the video - I’m sorry, I can’t see, restrictions on work)
  2. +2
    4 September 2019
    You made a good platform in the form of Typhoon - K, and all of its own probably, and the price is "humane".
  3. -2
    4 September 2019
    Quote: loki565
    And why not, Iveco withstands

    well, after the explosion in the video, this iveko will definitely not pass any 50 km, there the hood with the engine just broke off. And by the way, a nuance, the upper hatch in the cabin is open. But this is why our jeep will not only survive, but will go further, a mystery to me.
    1. +12
      4 September 2019
      After 8kg, not a single armored car will go anywhere, and the tank will most likely go for major repairs))) This refers to damage to tires by bullets or splinters, and after 8 kg the survival of the crew is quite worthy.
    2. +4
      4 September 2019
      To withstand does not mean "not even notice." Armor can withstand a bullet, only after hitting you will not be able to twist a somersault wink
      And 50 he rides with a destroyed wheel ONLY. Which is also useful
  4. +5
    4 September 2019
    Very interesting little car and very long-awaited for the armed forces.
  5. -4
    4 September 2019
    Quote: loki565
    after 8 kg crew survival, it is quite worthy.

    I wonder how the wounded will survive the explosion.
    1. +3
      4 September 2019
      The inner part was not shown, but usually the chairs and stretchers are fastened with bars to the side or ceiling, this reduces the explosive effect
    2. +8
      4 September 2019
      Quote: yehat
      I wonder how the wounded will survive the explosion.

      Well, of course, it is better to carry on a "loaf" with crosses. Everything is wrong for you. Those like you even give a tank with crosses, it's still bad.
      1. 0
        4 September 2019
        Quote: Piramidon
        Like you even give a tank with crosses,

        Tanks with crosses were already there. Nothing good came of it.
  6. -3
    4 September 2019
    A recent article here was that only horns and hooves were left of military medicine. Therefore, the main question - where will they be evacuated on this machine?
    1. +7
      4 September 2019
      Quote: Potato
      A recent article here was that only horns and hooves were left of military medicine. Therefore, the main question - where will they be evacuated on this machine?

      There are a lot of articles. They evacuate according to the usual chain - medical unit, field hospital, rear hospital - it all depends on the wound. There are problems in military medicine, as probably everywhere, but they will not leave the wounded in the field.
      1. -5
        4 September 2019
        Quote: KVU-NSVD
        but they will not leave the wounded in the field.

        Are you sure???
        1. 0
          5 September 2019
          Are you ready to provide examples of how to throw the wounded?
          1. 0
            7 September 2019
            I'm not talking about examples. They will not have time to collect and evacuate from the field on time!
            1. 0
              7 September 2019
              Who will not have time?

              The leading Armed Forces of the world have several methods for organizing medical support on the battlefield. But basically, everything revolves around two basic modern models and one outdated. But they are all effective, each with its own pros and cons.
              Any equipped medical tow truck should be welcomed.
              1. 0
                7 September 2019
                Our valiant medical service. Not enough people !!!!!
                1. 0
                  8 September 2019
                  Only this is not the fault of the medical service. And all the questions to those who write the staff of units and units.
                  1. 0
                    8 September 2019
                    In 1994, the TTZ was issued for the creation of an Armored Medical Vehicle (BMM) on the BTR-80 chassis. Two copies were made for testing. We were successful. The GVMU of the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation came up with a proposal to the Ministry of Defense to produce every 2 aircraft in a medical version. Received a refusal. The aforementioned sample is a piece product, respectively expensive, riveted (at best) pieces of 10-50, well, 60 (for "Ooooooo important Impotent people) and they will calm down on that. At least 100 cars are required to complete an SME, a crew of 20 people (one of them with medical education (nurse-paramedic)). The Chief Medical Service should be responsible for all this wealth (he already has enough headaches). To put the Zampotech medical companies on the staff? They won't understand humor in the MO personnel! ), it is not realistic - they will drain the solarium, the reflectors are screwed together, the car service will record the batteries.Plus standard medical equipment (electronics), problems with storage, verification, replacement, (non-working equipment does not pay off the costs, now there is cost accounting everywhere) .Moral and material losses count yourself .. .....
      2. -1
        4 September 2019
        Quote: KVU-NSVD
        Evacuated according to the usual chain - medical unit, field hospital, rear hospital

        There is no such chain !!!!!!!!!!!!!
  7. +3
    4 September 2019
    Well, I would like to see the inside of the evacuation compartment, without this it’s too early to say anything definite
  8. 0
    4 September 2019
    8 kg? Do not make me laugh. There is a test video. There a kilogram of 2 centuries tore off nafig wheel along with the hub. Definitely immobilized. From the pros, I can say that the video salon and mannequins remained intact. But the movement was impossible unambiguously. And just when they talk about mines and call weight it sounds silly. The force of the explosion can be used in different ways. Sheath or sheathless, directional explosion. A competent miner with a kilogram of plastid that Typhoon will disassemble for parts.
    1. 0
      5 September 2019
      That is just the point, that MRAP technologies do not imply that after the blasting the machine will be able to continue moving. The same Iveco Lynx sat down on the ground and could not be restored, not to mention the movement. The main task of such technologies is not to save the car, but to save the people inside it.
      1. 0
        5 September 2019
        Reread the article. 8 kg undermining and 50 km after that. The absurdity is written. Mrap shtkp is good. Against random mines and poor partisans. If the miner knows that the equipment holds 8 kg, then he will put 16 kg. Or just do not attach. Or the force of the explosion will be strengthened by other methods. Directed blast or shell explosive or aimed at the side. Depends on the imagination.
  9. -3
    4 September 2019
    Quote: RWMos
    you can't twist somersaults

    maybe I can. I was taught to ignore pain.
    but the hit will certainly not be without traces, even if the bronik is whole.
  10. -2
    4 September 2019
    On such a machine, it is not possible to pick up the wounded from every position, I would still provide an option for the robot, the same Uranus-9, only paired with a "special sleigh"
    1. 0
      6 September 2019
      and who will provide first aid in the uranium + special sleigh?
      1. 0
        6 September 2019
        Quote: Disant
        and who will provide first aid in the uranium + special sleigh?

        Uranus-9, why are you like children?
  11. 0
    4 September 2019
    Quote: Piramidon
    All that is wrong for you. Like you even give a tank with crosses, all the same - bad.

    where did you get this, where did I write that?
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    1. +1
      4 September 2019
      And substitutes all other cars with a red cross.
      On the other hand, there are rules only with regard to sanitary vessels; they do not apply to trains and cars
    2. 0
      5 September 2019
      It depends on the civilization and decency of the enemy. Do you think the terrorists will be stopped by the presence of the red cross in a car? I doubt it very much.
  13. +1
    4 September 2019
    Nice machine. And attachments come in handy. Evacuation capabilities are less than the speakers - 66, there 6 lying, but at least a little armor. The question is how many will be released and in price.
    1. 0
      4 September 2019
      But for the price there is a discussion in the parallel branch. They say they cut both hydropneumatics and electronics, but they cut the price by a third. But without numbers, that's it. No specific numbers.
  14. +1
    4 September 2019
    By the end of the year, the Ministry of Defense will receive the first batch of Linza sanitary armored vehicles, created on the basis of the Typhoon-K armored car
    And great, otherwise the "tablets" based on the GAZ-66 have already been written off, and the UAZ loaf is clearly outdated in the last century
  15. +3
    4 September 2019
    Medical support affects the combat effectiveness of troops no less than new weapons ....
  16. -2
    4 September 2019
    Why is this all? It seems they were going to modernize motalyga ...
    That's it for these purposes ...
    But this car was not impressive.
    1. +1
      5 September 2019
      Hooker from explosive packages falls apart, and if 8kg TNT it is a mass grave.
      1. 0
        6 September 2019
        Quote: loki565
        Explosion pack hackers falling apart

        What explosive packages are you talking about? The skating rink vomited, the driver was seriously injured. Dolomiers in uniform are having fun. And the motor-volga is really outdated
        15/02/2011 in n.p. Shawls at the training ground, Art. Lieutenant Bushmin A.A. deliberately, without thinking about the consequences, he ordered the laying of explosive devices that did not correspond to the training.
        As a result of the explosion of an imitation mine under the MTLB, a contractor, driver-mechanic D.S. Stukan received severe mine-blasting injuries, was hospitalized in the trauma unit.
        Bushmin A.A. He was found guilty of Part 2 of Article 293 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation, and he was sentenced to imprisonment for a term of 2 years in a penal colony.

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