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The sappers of the Central Military District will receive a new mine detectors "Kite"

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The sappers of the Central Military District will receive a new mine detectors "Kite"

In June of this year. 10 new Korshun mine detectors manufactured by ZAO Protection Group - UTTA will be supplied to the engineering and sapper units of the Central Military District (TSO). Delivery will take place in accordance with the plan for the implementation of the state defense order.


The Kite Detector of Non-Contact Explosive Devices (INVU) makes it possible to detect explosive devices at a distance of up to 30 m both in soil and snow, as well as in various structures and behind obstacles: walls of concrete and brick, barbed wire fences and a metal grid, under asphalt and concrete pavement roads.

The search rate of explosive devices in 40-50 times higher than using metal detectors. In addition, the Kite allows detecting controlled mine-explosive devices containing semiconductor components both in the active and in the off state.

With the help of INVU, road sections and buildings are checked for the presence of land mines and mines containing semiconductors that are controlled by radio channels. weapons and ammunition, communications equipment, explosion control equipment and electronic time-delay devices.

The searcher consists of a transceiver, an antenna system, a control and display unit, an autonomous power source, interconnected by cables. Antenna system and remote control mounted on the pistol grip.

In July, engineering and sapper units of the Central Military District will use the Korshun INVU to ensure the security of the events of the XXVII World Summer Universiade in Kazan.
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  1. smershspy
    smershspy 30 May 2013 14: 07 New
    +9
    Lord! Good news! I hope that they will be delivered soon! I have the honor!
    1. Mitek
      Mitek 30 May 2013 16: 47 New
      +4
      FEW. These are not airplanes, 10 pcs each. If the tests are normal, but if the GOZ, then VERY SMALL. And TTX is just super. Interestingly - sees plastic?
      1. elmir15
        elmir15 30 May 2013 16: 51 New
        +4
        I’m glad to try them in Syria. It is possible that soon the West will openly supply arms to militants, including mines. That's just in combat conditions to check mine detectors. I think the Assad soldiers will cope with the device work and in fact show the effectiveness of the mine detector.
      2. Alexander_
        Alexander_ 30 May 2013 22: 51 New
        +2
        They write - it responds to semiconductors, that is, non-linear conductive elements, radio components. The transmitter irradiates with a powerful directed pulse (of the order of 200 watts) the test area, in the semiconductors (explosive device circuits), harmonics of the irradiated frequency are generated, which the highly sensitive receiver receives (these harmonics).
        The right approach.
      3. agrindler
        agrindler 5 June 2013 17: 42 New
        +2
        Good question! Let it work 100%!
    2. w.ebdo.g
      w.ebdo.g 30 May 2013 20: 02 New
      +2
      to Syria at least five pieces!
      they relate to engineering equipment, this is not a weapon ...
      check in combat conditions, and the advance of Assad’s troops will be much faster.
  2. Black Colonel
    Black Colonel 30 May 2013 14: 09 New
    +4
    Great stuff! About such performance characteristics and did not suspect!
  3. Edward72
    Edward72 30 May 2013 14: 13 New
    +3
    Quite a wide range - surprised.
  4. klimpopov
    klimpopov 30 May 2013 14: 36 New
    +1
    Is there a civilian version?
    1. BARKAS
      BARKAS 30 May 2013 15: 30 New
      0
      There is a called non-linear locator can even find a SIM card.
  5. fzr1000
    fzr1000 30 May 2013 14: 59 New
    0
    The main thing is that the samples do not get to the "noble bandits".
  6. Radioman
    Radioman 30 May 2013 15: 10 New
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    Here http://www.bnti.ru/des.asp?itm=3740&tbl=02.07.04.


    Those. He's looking for any a device containing semiconductors. Respectively uncontrolled airspace must be sought in other ways.
  7. Colonel
    Colonel 30 May 2013 15: 29 New
    +3
    There was a non-linear locator "Korshun", placed in a camouflage case, became a mine detector ???. Having little experience of personal acquaintance (training camp in 2004), I suppose that the specified TTD, especially in terms of the IED detection range, are exaggerated.
  8. Radioman
    Radioman 30 May 2013 15: 42 New
    +4
    There was a non-linear locator "Korshun"


    This is it.

    Moreover, the ability to detect nonlinear materials (semiconductors) from the plus can be quickly turned into a minus in practical applications (from the point of view of the likely adversary).
    In general, the thing is necessary, but only with proper use and only as a supplement to existing methods of engineering intelligence.
  9. Apollo
    Apollo 30 May 2013 15: 46 New
    +1
    video on the above topic

  10. Vtel
    Vtel 30 May 2013 16: 23 New
    0
    A non-resilient device and most importantly compact. Only Schaub didn’t get to the black diggers, otherwise they would dig everything 30 meters deep.
  11. gland
    gland 30 May 2013 16: 24 New
    +1
    this is a deep scanner right !!! and the tth is really impressive ...
  12. Radioman
    Radioman 30 May 2013 17: 14 New
    +3
    A non-resilient device and most importantly compact. Only Schaub didn’t get to the black diggers, otherwise they would dig everything 30 meters deep.
    this is a deep scanner right !!! and the tth is really impressive ...


    Are you reading diagonally, or what?
    This is not a mine detector or metal detector, it is a detector of nonlinear elements (semiconductors). If in the ground there will be 20 shells with an overhead charge with an electric detonator, to which a field wire going into the bushes is connected, this device will not detect it. But if there is, say, a radio station as the receiver of the signal for detonation, then this device will come in handy here.
    1. Colonel
      Colonel 30 May 2013 17: 33 New
      0
      this device will not detect it

      The question is research. For example, he reacts to an old twist of aluminum and copper wire like a semiconductor, similar troubles with bimetallic coins.
  13. waisson
    waisson 30 May 2013 19: 46 New
    0
    it's time to update the old woman
  14. individual
    individual 30 May 2013 20: 20 New
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    The Korshun Proximity Explosive Device Finder (INVU) allows detecting explosive devices [b] at a distance of up to 30 m [/ b] both in the ground and snow, and in various structures and behind obstacles: walls made of concrete and brick, fences made of barbed wire and metal mesh, under asphalt and concrete roads. "

    [b]Cool! Detects landmines at a decent distance and behind difficult obstacles. [/ B]
    Here are such inventors and designers [b]must be awarded in the Kremlin! [/ b]
  15. morprepud
    morprepud 30 May 2013 22: 45 New
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    Quote: Radioman
    But if there is, say, a radio station as the receiver of the signal for detonation, then this device will come in handy here.

    In a word, Russia never suffered from its own kulibins!