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Special units of the Central Military District received autonomous equipment with electric heating

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Special units of the Central Military District received autonomous equipment with electric heating

The autonomous equipment of servicemen with electric heating has arrived in the Central Military District. According to the press service of the Central Military District, the first to receive equipment were servicemen of special forces.


The special forces of the Central Military District received about 1 sets of autonomous equipment with electric heating SLEV-1. The self-contained system is designed to heat a serviceman in cold conditions. It is put on underwear under the outfit, does not constrain movement and provides heating to all parts of the body.

They are designed to heat a soldier by maintaining heat under the equipment in the comfort range in low temperatures

- said the press service.

The heating system is reported to run continuously at full power for 12 hours on a single battery.

Samples of the autonomous heating system were shown to the participants in the assembly of the district's leadership, as well as to representatives of the armed forces of Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan and the joint headquarters of the CSTO.

Meanwhile, Rostec said that the third-generation Sotnik military equipment developed by TsNIITOCHMASH could receive autonomous electrical heating systems. The decision on the need to include such a system in the equipment will be made by the Ministry of Defense.
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Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation
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  1. Kote Pan Kokhanka
    Kote Pan Kokhanka 17 February 2021 13: 13
    +2
    An interesting thing, irreplaceable for snipers and scouts!
    1. credo
      credo 17 February 2021 13: 20
      +2
      Quote: Kote Pan Kokhanka
      An interesting thing, irreplaceable for snipers and scouts!

      Finally!!!
      And when will ordinary soldiers receive the same underwear?
      According to some reports, such uniforms were already in Finland in the 80s of the last century.
      1. raw174
        raw174 17 February 2021 14: 32
        +5
        Quote: credo
        According to some reports, such uniforms were already in Finland in the 80s of the last century.

        At that time, we had such clothes for tractor drivers on Kirovtsy and T-150. It seems "Penguin" was called and worked from the on-board network)))
        1. Dikson
          Dikson 17 February 2021 16: 20
          +2
          Yes .. there is such a house in a package ..))) there is a vest and slippers ... An ordinary low-voltage heating pad ..))) Not a single mechanic - a driver or a tractor driver has met, who would use them. - not very convenient, and these wires ...
      2. Doliva63
        Doliva63 17 February 2021 19: 48
        +1
        Quote: credo
        Quote: Kote Pan Kokhanka
        An interesting thing, irreplaceable for snipers and scouts!

        Finally!!!
        And when will ordinary soldiers receive the same underwear?
        According to some reports, such uniforms were already in Finland in the 80s of the last century.

        In the USSR, this was back in the late 50s, if that laughing The tankers. I also found tanks with cutters for overalls. But the trouble is - when the tank is hopelessly stalled, everything is stupidly freezing, because there are no winter coveralls, only jackets, it seems. Therefore, in the end they refused. And in intelligence, the same crap can come out: the batteries were taken according to the plan, but the plans changed - what, should I carry winter with me in the kit? laughing Stupidity, in general.
        In winter you have to be in winter. Dot. And do not care about the Finns, as well as about any other "teachers" in military affairs - they do not have such military experience as we do.
    2. Civil
      Civil 17 February 2021 13: 25
      +3
      This is the thing! And in the Central Military District, this thing is needed 11 months a year.
      1. pmkemcity
        pmkemcity 17 February 2021 13: 48
        +3
        I wrote myself a fishing vest from China, 8 elements. Warms cool, but did not take root. I gave it to my son for crafts (made a podzhopnik in the car). Sometimes I hang catalytic (gasoline) around my neck under a sheepskin coat, but very rarely.
    3. NEOZ
      NEOZ 17 February 2021 13: 28
      +1
      Quote: Kote pane Kohanka
      An interesting thing, irreplaceable for snipers and scouts!

      well, for a thermal imager ...
      by the way, it's not clear how much the battery weighs ...
      1. Doliva63
        Doliva63 17 February 2021 19: 49
        0
        Quote: NEOZ
        Quote: Kote pane Kohanka
        An interesting thing, irreplaceable for snipers and scouts!

        well, for a thermal imager ...
        by the way, it's not clear how much the battery weighs ...

        Well, so a friend about a sniper and says! laughing
    4. Mordvin 3
      Mordvin 3 17 February 2021 13: 44
      0
      Quote: Kote pane Kohanka
      An interesting thing, irreplaceable for snipers and scouts!

      If only nothing would close in ambush. laughing No, well, nafig, to carry an electric chair.
  2. aars
    aars 17 February 2021 13: 14
    +1
    Cool.
    We stitched the insoles with nichrome - sometimes nothing else ...
    1. gridasov
      gridasov 17 February 2021 13: 50
      0
      Now enjoy carbon cable. Besides, the whole body does not need to be heated. A heating pad is needed near the heart, and the blood will carry heat around the entire periphery. Plus blood thinners.
  3. gridasov
    gridasov 17 February 2021 13: 18
    +1
    The main thing is worth nothing. But again the problem of charging batteries
    1. lucul
      lucul 17 February 2021 13: 32
      -1
      But again the problem of charging batteries

      Yes, everything depends on the power source. How this issue is resolved - so immediately there will be a leap in development.
      1. Mordvin 3
        Mordvin 3 17 February 2021 13: 51
        0
        Quote: lucul
        Yes, everything depends on the power source. How this issue is resolved - so immediately there will be a leap in development.

        There, in the next branch, they write about the partisan bowler hat, which recharged the battery.
        1. Doliva63
          Doliva63 17 February 2021 20: 01
          +1
          Quote: mordvin xnumx
          Quote: lucul
          Yes, everything depends on the power source. How this issue is resolved - so immediately there will be a leap in development.

          There, in the next branch, they write about the partisan bowler hat, which recharged the battery.

          The radio operator has a belt - it charges the battery from body heat. You can attach it to the radiator of the car, for example. But I wouldn't risk a bowler hat laughing
    2. Sheff333
      Sheff333 17 February 2021 13: 39
      +1
      If you have to move intensively, then you will not need to turn on the heating. Frozen - turned on, warmed up - turned off. So you look and that's enough for a day. I am more interested in the dimensions and weight of the battery.
      1. mojohed2012
        mojohed2012 17 February 2021 13: 47
        +2
        But the battery will give an accelerated discharge in low temperatures and will lose capacity.
        It seems that, as we always had, it will be so: the contract soldiers will still use it, well, the officers, and the conscripts will do it by themselves ...
        But some father-commander will give the order: put the kit to the warehouse!
      2. Doliva63
        Doliva63 17 February 2021 20: 05
        0
        Quote: Sheff333
        If you have to move intensively, then you will not need to turn on the heating. Frozen - turned on, warmed up - turned off. So you look and that's enough for a day. I am more interested in the dimensions and weight of the battery.

        In winter, you don't need anything in winter equipment, it is enough. And since there is heating, it is not so winter. This means that the heating must be turned on, for example, when the group lay in the snow on the march, waiting for the danger. And how many times do you have to turn on the heating? By night, the batteries will run out, how to survive the night?
        1. Sheff333
          Sheff333 26 February 2021 13: 46
          +1
          Exactly. I lay down in the snow, turned on the heating, and ten minutes later lay in a puddle.
          1. Doliva63
            Doliva63 26 February 2021 16: 20
            0
            Quote: Sheff333
            Exactly. I lay down in the snow, turned on the heating, and ten minutes later lay in a puddle.

            good laughing
    3. Runway
      Runway 17 February 2021 13: 45
      -1
      The main thing is how much it weighs. A last resort thing. 12 hours of maximum work can be multiplied by three, and then at the command of the commander.
      1. Doliva63
        Doliva63 17 February 2021 20: 08
        0
        Quote: WFP
        The main thing is how much it weighs. A last resort thing. 12 hours of maximum work can be multiplied by three, and then at the command of the commander.

        What is the last resort? On the street -40, the group went to the area - in your opinion, they are not in the winter? And in winter, why this heating "as a last resort"? Scales are all like a story with a Terminator that nobody needs laughing
        1. Runway
          Runway 17 February 2021 23: 50
          -1
          I disagree. Without touching on the work of the special forces, from personal - there was a search in a difficult, let's say, terrain, in winter. We spent three days “saigas”. The commandant's office did not have enough strength, they pulled out the reinforcement from the detachment. We took people out to the barriers for 12-24 hours with a change on the spot. No one was seriously frozen, but the fighters (in the winter, but "poorer", without heating in any form) after the removal were not workers. And from the guys in the village, steam poured like horses.
          In such a case, for l / s, such heating pads are quite a solution.
          1. Doliva63
            Doliva63 18 February 2021 19: 34
            0
            Quote: WFP
            I disagree. Without touching on the work of the special forces, from personal - there was a search in a difficult, let's say, terrain, in winter. We spent three days “saigas”. The commandant's office did not have enough strength, they pulled out the reinforcement from the detachment. We took people out to the barriers for 12-24 hours with a change on the spot. No one was seriously frozen, but the fighters (in the winter, but "poorer", without heating in any form) after the removal were not workers. And from the guys in the village, steam poured like horses.
            In such a case, for l / s, such heating pads are quite a solution.

            I agree that the thing is useful, but not for the army.
    4. astepanov
      astepanov 17 February 2021 14: 25
      0
      The main thing is worth nothing.
      Do you know how much it costs? I envy the awareness wassat
  4. bar
    bar 17 February 2021 13: 48
    -3
    The heating system is reported to run continuously at full power for 12 hours on a single battery.

    The thing is certainly cool. But the batteries are probably Chinese?
  5. Keyser soze
    Keyser soze 17 February 2021 13: 57
    +2
    Well, I don’t know ... it’s necessary to carry the photovoltaic battery for recharging. Sometimes one way or another you carry it, but in most cases, if I sleep in the snow or in the cold, I take chemical heaters for my back and legs. 8 hours and weighs nothing. You can take a supply for a week ... And it costs a penny.
    1. kamakama
      kamakama 17 February 2021 15: 53
      +1
      They are reversible, there is a reaction based on saline solutions. But it needs to be "charged" back in boiling water
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  7. ximkim
    ximkim 17 February 2021 14: 26
    0
    Heated boots ... not a word ...
  8. Kushka
    Kushka 17 February 2021 14: 41
    +1
    There are boots in general - both
    with multicooker mode. Right
    for soup, left for porridge. Ate and
    put on your shoes - warm is not the right word.
  9. KSVK
    KSVK 17 February 2021 23: 55
    +1
    First of all, you need to warm your legs. Then the chest near the heart. Those. insoles plus vest. I don't see the insoles in the photo.
    In general, divers use such things with might and main. Previously, sealed leads were made and powered from an external canister. Now the batteries are even placed inside a dry suit so that they do not fool around with the sealed leads. It seems that I have never heard of a short circuit battery. And in the air, short circuit is not so scary. That's when it closes under water ... yes with a couple of hours of decompression obligations, that will be fun. DCS or burns. A good choice.
  10. VLADIMIR VLADIVOSTOK
    VLADIMIR VLADIVOSTOK 18 February 2021 01: 37
    0
    And let them freeze in the BBO!