Combat module AU-220M with 57-mm cannon received a naval version

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Combat module AU-220M with 57-mm cannon received a naval version

Central Research Institute "Burevestnik" has created a naval version of the 57-mm combat module AU-220M. In the work on the new module, developments were used for the Derivation-Air Defense anti-aircraft artillery complex. General Director of the Central Research Institute Georgy Zakamennykh told about this in an interview with TASS.

According to the Director General, the new 57-mm combat module is mainly intended for use on ships of small displacement and boats. The module is uninhabited, controlled remotely. It has 360-degree rotation, the mounted 57-mm rapid-fire automatic cannon has a firing range of up to 14,5 km and a rate of fire of up to 80 rounds per minute. Placed ammunition - 80 shots.



Using the scientific and technical backlog of the ROC "Derivation-Air Defense", we created a ship-made version of the 57-mm artillery module. Navy specialists positively evaluate the possibility of its use on ships and boats of small displacement

- declared Zakamenny.

The ammunition load of the combat module includes 57-mm shells: multifunctional with a remote-contact fuse, armor-piercing and controlled.

According to the developers, the combat module can effectively engage small unmanned aerial vehicles, low-flying aircraft and helicopters, as well as boats and enemy ships.
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    1. +3
      20 July 2020 12: 41
      The only thing, the ammunition is small! And, the version of the gun is not naval, the so-called "chilled"!
      1. -8
        20 July 2020 12: 52
        Quote: Thrifty
        The only thing, the ammunition is small! And, the version of the gun is not naval, the so-called "chilled"!

        Unreal reality fool foolAn uninhabited combat module for a tank and infantry fighting vehicle, this is understandably progressive, crew safety. The meaning of the sea? Except for words fool, no expressions. Pantovo!
        1. +14
          20 July 2020 13: 35
          Hmm, modern marine AUs are all, in fact, "uninhabited" - even the AK-130. The calculation is there, as it were, "just in case"
          1. 0
            20 July 2020 15: 29
            Quote: Bersaglieri
            Hmm, modern marine AUs are all, in fact, "uninhabited" - even the AK-130. The calculation is there, as it were, "just in case"

            So I say, 100% case. Automatic loading, it requires recharging in battle, control despite the rumble and mechanical movement of parts of the machine.
            1. -1
              20 July 2020 23: 25
              And the rate of fire of 80 rds / min just seemed to me insufficient?
            2. +1
              21 July 2020 11: 15
              I think they will "merge" with the traditional solution for the fleet: under-deck "merry-go-rounds"
              1. 0
                23 July 2020 00: 55
                Ship variant


                CHARACTERISTICS
                Overall dimensions, mm: length x width x height 5820 x 2100 x 1300
                GUN AUTOMATIC CALIBER 57 mm
                Maximum rate of fire, rds / min 120
                Firing range, m 12000
                Aiming angles, degrees
                - vertically -5 ... + 75
                - on the horizon 360
                Ammunition 200
                Types of ammunition
                unitary loading shots with high-explosive, armor-piercing and guided projectiles
                PAIRED 7,62mm SUBMACHINE GUN
                Rate of fire, rds / min 700 ... 800
                Sighting range, m 1500
                Ammunition, pcs 2000
                Sources: www.burevestnik.com, TASS, etc.
                Source: http://bastion-karpenko.ru/au220m/ VTS "BASTION" AVKarpenko
      2. +6
        20 July 2020 13: 00
        This is quite a maritime caliber .... not only 30mm is good.
    2. +21
      20 July 2020 12: 41
      If we have brought this module to mind for the fleet, then this can only be welcomed.
      1. +7
        20 July 2020 12: 44
        Logically, the 57mm caliber is currently being used by the Navy, and now there will be a new module.
        1. +5
          20 July 2020 12: 47
          To such a caliber ammunition nomenclature corresponding !!! It makes sense, the dimensions of the projectile make it somewhat smarter than a blunt blank.
          1. 0
            20 July 2020 17: 13
            The article also shows guided projectiles.
            1. +1
              20 July 2020 17: 26
              Indicated, yes, it remains to make them, in the required quantity.
        2. -1
          20 July 2020 23: 24
          caliber 57mm is currently used in the navy

          Where? lol
          1. 0
            22 July 2020 11: 40
            It was used en masse - we look at the materiel of this kind (AK-725): https://ru.wikipedia.org/wiki/%D0%90%D0%9A-725


            In fact, the "chilled" ZSU-57-2
            1. -1
              22 July 2020 12: 00
              The materiel teacher. Have you read the question carefully? lol
              In response to the statement that "the 57 mm at the moment applies, "I asked: where?
              What happened in the USSR has nothing to do with the issue. Absolutely.
              152 mm were also used in the USSR on cruisers. And in the Russian Federation in the navy - no.
              1. 0
                24 July 2020 11: 31
                On the BDK it is, for example
                1. -1
                  24 July 2020 11: 34
                  On the BDK it is, for example

                  I came across a modern list of ammunition for the supply of the fleet. I didn't see 67 mm there.
                  Therefore, I ask - which combat ship now has 57 mm?
                  Not an argument for the sake of understanding. hi
                  1. 0
                    27 July 2020 12: 48
                    BDK pr 775, BDK pr 1171 - on the "Syrian express" which plow, for example.
    3. +5
      20 July 2020 12: 42
      Not enough 80 shots?
      1. +2
        20 July 2020 17: 16
        For a boat? It's okay, he's not fighting a squadron battle. And so on small boats for border guards, that's it! The engine room will carry poachers with one or two shots. This is not KPVT.
        1. 0
          20 July 2020 17: 18
          Quote: Dmitriy Zadorozhniy
          For a boat? It's okay, he's not fighting a squadron battle. And so on small boats for border guards, that's it! The engine room will carry poachers with one or two shots. This is not KPVT.

          If for border guards, then one or two queues only go to the warning. And then it turns out and there is nothing to shoot with.
          1. +2
            20 July 2020 17: 23
            Warn there with flares across the course. For the dull ones, a machine gun with a tracer. And this is the "main caliber". So surely. Yes, and in the module the machine gun did not go anywhere.
            1. +3
              20 July 2020 17: 28
              If this caliber is used as an air defense element, it still seems to me not enough. Some kind of disposable boat ... Maybe I'm wrong, but war is war and there is no extra ammunition, but here for one minute of battle ...
              1. -1
                24 July 2020 12: 57
                Definitely not enough. I am sure that the naval version will have more ammunition - there are almost no restrictions on volume and weight, compared to the BMP.
    4. +1
      20 July 2020 12: 42
      rate of fire up to 80 rounds per minute. Placed ammunition - 80 shots.
      BLAP projectile delivery?
    5. +2
      20 July 2020 12: 43
      Quote: barin
      If we have brought this module to mind for the fleet, then this can only be welcomed.


      And what's the point with the AK-176MA? Money is nowhere to go?
      1. +17
        20 July 2020 12: 49
        Probably, AK-176 is redundant for some.
    6. +1
      20 July 2020 13: 02
      It would be interesting to try on a couple of such modules on "Bumblebees" ...
    7. +5
      20 July 2020 13: 06
      The ammunition is small! Everything can fly away in one minute!
    8. +2
      20 July 2020 13: 08
      Well, how ??? As for the naval AU they managed to cut down the BK for one minute of battle, if judged by the rate of fire. And what BM is supposed to be on BMP?
      1. -2
        20 July 2020 13: 34
        It's not for combat - it's for patrol ships. In order to slow down a poacher or a smuggler, a short queue is enough :)
        1. 0
          20 July 2020 15: 42
          What if the war? Are we tired?
          This AC is positioned as an air defense system. What is the ammo consumption for the destruction of one air target?
          Again, if you have to slow down the trough from 500 tons of VI and above, you can put all these 80 shells in the case and the trough will not care, well, if the engine and steering are not screwed on.
          1. +1
            20 July 2020 17: 18
            And who stupidly hits the side? They hit the machine. I drove a couple of armor-piercing ones, the diesel died.
            1. +2
              20 July 2020 17: 42
              Quote: Dmitriy Zadorozhniy
              And who stupidly hits the side? They hit the machine. I drove a couple of armor-piercing ones, the diesel died.

              If hit.
              And since they usually hit from the sighting column, most of the queue flies into the sea. Or aft - because the operator does not want to get into the cabins and wheelhouse. Therefore, they do not use the radar - with it, the ship will acquire a through hole strictly in the center of the visible angle. smile
              1. +2
                20 July 2020 19: 31
                Well, probably you are behind the times. Nobody has been working from the column for a long time. This is in case of a complete p ... If the UAV sighting complex catches it, then it will give a lead to some trough. An example of an Okrainsky boat "gyurza". One! Blank in the wheelhouse.
                1. +1
                  20 July 2020 20: 07
                  Quote: Dmitriy Zadorozhniy
                  Nobody has been working from the column for a long time.


                  Ships with dispensers are still missing in the SOBR
        2. 0
          22 July 2020 11: 38
          "alternatively-stupid" minus how ... Eh, "shkolota" :)
    9. +5
      20 July 2020 13: 11
      Why ammunition is so limited? Even the smallest boat can hold much more than the BMP-3
      1. 0
        20 July 2020 13: 36
        Because the general director of this Central Research Institute, it seems, is from a tribe of "effective" managers (for cutting the budget), and not designers or sailors.
        1. 0
          20 July 2020 14: 42
          It happens in the navy: whose connections in the selection committee - that equipment / weapons will be accepted. Or who will give more.
      2. 0
        20 July 2020 19: 34
        Why the heck a boat anymore? Katera! Not to the battleship! To listen to you, for a displacement of 30 tons, you need to hang the calibers and the waterfall. And a hangar for a helicopter squadron. The principle of reasonable sufficiency has not been canceled.
    10. -1
      20 July 2020 13: 33
      For border boats, that's it. And for the RK.
      1. 0
        20 July 2020 14: 07
        We have an AK-176MA, for it we have ammunition and spare parts. Attention to the question, why should we file a parallel wunderwaffe ...........?
        1. 0
          20 July 2020 19: 56
          The dimensions are completely different. And the caliber
        2. 0
          21 July 2020 11: 14
          For 95% of patrolmen's fortunes, a box "Korda" is enough
          1. 0
            21 July 2020 11: 16
            It's right. But no one knows what will happen next.
    11. Eug
      0
      20 July 2020 14: 04
      Can the rate of fire be adjusted somehow?
    12. +3
      20 July 2020 14: 11
      Ammunition for the naval installation is not clear. A minute of the fight. Did they do fireworks for the amusing flotilla? "Effectively hit low-flying enemy aircraft, helicopters and UAVs" ...
      1. +4
        20 July 2020 14: 33
        In the AK-176, the ammunition ready for battle is 152 shells in the turret compartment, and then it all depends on the availability of shells in the cellar.
    13. 0
      20 July 2020 16: 31
      Another attempt to attach an unwanted shnyaga to anyone)) In the role of an advertising agent, a whole CEO)).
      1. +1
        20 July 2020 17: 36
        Quote: JD1979
        Another attempt to attach an unwanted shnyaga to anyone)) In the role of an advertising agent, a whole CEO)).

        Well, what can you do if the Navy has refused to buy a 40-mm cannon from the Petrel for over 57 years? smile
    14. -1
      20 July 2020 16: 36
      And that, not bad, and the ammunition can be increased and the calculation is safe and the caliber is decent.
    15. +1
      20 July 2020 16: 44
      Hmm ... There was a video on YouTube showing the A-220M marine turret installation. And the rate of fire there was declared 300 per minute!
      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sNan-U9by-Y
      1. 0
        20 July 2020 17: 31
        She is 100 mm. I think I can't put this on the boat. I watched the video. from the rate of fire in a ........... e
        1. 0
          20 July 2020 22: 05
          A-220M - 57mm (it was for her that 300 rounds per minute were declared).
          100mm is A190 (A190-01), .. and only 80 rounds per minute.
      2. D16
        +6
        20 July 2020 18: 28
        There was a video on YouTube showing the A-220M marine turret installation.

        It's not for average minds at all laughing ... There was a double-barreled AK-725. She was safely buried due to weak ammunition and heavy weight. You can't put 14,5 tons on a boat. They made a single-barrel A-220 weighing 7,5 tons, but it also did not go anywhere due to weak ammunition. Then they tensed again, remade the A-220 into A-220M. The weight was reduced to 6 tons, the rate of fire was 300 per minute, and the ammo of the first stage was 400 rounds. But she again did not go anywhere due to weak ammunition. lol Then it was completely redesigned for armored vehicles with a module weight of 3-4 tons, a multiple of the deteriorated rate of fire and 80 rounds of ammunition. Now this tank module with degraded characteristics is wooed on ships. The question is why it was even necessary to spend money on the modernization of the naval 57 mm cannon, if no one has made the shells satisfying the needs of the ship's air defense, and if they are still on the way, then why are there tank modules on the ships, if there is an A-220M with a large ammo water cooled? request
    16. +2
      20 July 2020 17: 33
      Using the scientific and technical backlog of the ROC "Derivation-Air Defense", we created a ship-made version of the 57-mm artillery module. Navy specialists positively evaluate the possibility of its use on ships and boats of small displacement

      Shaw, again? ©
      Why is there something to spoil? The AU-220M is a land-based version of the originally A-220M naval cannon, whose roots stretch back to the 60s of the last century.
      In general, the Petrel have been trying to sell their 57-mm gun to the Navy since the late 70s. Then it was called A-220. The fleet tested the gun and refused, since it already had a more powerful AK-176. The second call was after the creation of the A-220M. But here, too, the fleet refused - with the same argument. Although the iksperds continued, by inertia, to ascribe to the same project 22160 the presence of a certain 57-mm cannon.
      And here is the third approach to the projectile.
      1. +1
        20 July 2020 20: 10
        Quote: Alexey RA
        And here is the third approach to the projectile.


        Yeah, let's wish the push-thrusters the same outcome as the first times ...
    17. +2
      20 July 2020 18: 23
      And who said that this is ALL of her ammunition? And there will be no cellar and the possibility of recharging. Such a gun does not shoot in bursts, but in series. 3 - 5 shells maximum. On the border, it will be very cool. And some sort of ukroGyurze with one hit just shoot the stern. I'm much more interested in the gyrostabilization of the gun and the MSA.
      1. 0
        21 July 2020 11: 43
        This gun does not fire in bursts, but in series. 3 - 5 shells maximum.
        That's it! And then they wrote here comments about the ammunition for one minute of the battle, dividing the ammunition by the rate of fire. laughing
    18. 0
      20 July 2020 19: 09
      I think the main idea is to increase the combat range instead of 30mm. Hence the small ammunition, since the strict weight restrictions of the entire system
    19. -1
      20 July 2020 20: 07
      Quote: JD1979
      Another attempt to attach an unwanted shnyaga to anyone)) In the role of an advertising agent, a whole CEO)).


      Bull's-eye!!!
    20. 0
      20 July 2020 20: 08
      Quote: MaxWRX
      here and a small ammunition,


      Small ammunition is bad, no, very bad ...
    21. 0
      21 July 2020 02: 37
      Hopefully, a more accurate gun, unlike the 2A42 or 2A72 ... otherwise 70% of this ridiculous minimum of 80 rounds will go into the void towards the target, not into the target ..
    22. 0
      21 July 2020 08: 45
      Against the mosquito fleet, the very thing, and the air can work. In the presence of normal shells, of course, as I understood, the whole problem is in shells, more precisely in their absence.

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