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Former Soviet at the exhibition KADEX-2014

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The exhibition in Astana shows a new mortar installation on the BMP-1 chassis


Former Soviet at the exhibition KADEX-2014

New upgraded BMP-1 with 82-mm mortar 2B9M Cornflower

At the KADEX exhibition in the capital of Kazakhstan, Astana, Semey Engineering showed a complex consisting of a new 82-mm mortar conveyor and a transport-loading machine.

The complex is based on two upgraded tracked BMP-1, on one installed 82-mm mortar 2B9M Cornflower, and on the other is a spare ammunition. Cornflower Mortar is an air-cooled version of the original liquid-cooled 2B9 mortar. It is installed in the middle part of the hull, right in front of the crew compartment, consisting of four people, and the compartment for ammunition.

The mortar is serviced manually by an experienced calculation, partially protected by hatches opening to the side; he is able to achieve a rate of fire of 20 - 30 shots per minute. The mortar has the same vertical guidance angles as the original stationary model (from -1 to + 85 degrees); this means that the mortar can hit a target at a distance of 4720 meters when using standard ammunition. The mass of the mortar has not changed and is 632 kg.

Her transport-loading vehicle has a reworked open cargo platform in the stern of the machine with a solid folding ramp and a crane at the site of the mortar.


New transport-loading machine for mortar 2B9M Cornflower

The exhibition in Kazakhstan shows a new reconnaissance vehicle.


It is clear that the BRDM-KZ is based on the BRDM-2 chassis, but the new car is easily recognizable by the altered front end and the wider track.

At the KADEX 2014 arms exhibition, Kazakhstan Engineering presented for the first time a prototype machine based on the BRDM-2, which was designated the BRDM-KZ. The machine is designed based on the needs of the Kazakh armed forces in the new light armored reconnaissance vehicle.

The machine was developed by Kazakhstan enterprises Semey Engineering and Kazakhstan Aselsan Engineering (responsible for the integration of sensors and remotely controlled combat module). The companies have been working on the project since December 2013 (a cooperation agreement was signed a month earlier), and the exhibition announced the testing of this prototype scheduled for July 2014.

The body of the car was significantly improved in order to obtain a larger internal space for the crew, in addition, a new armor was installed on the front inclined sheet, new side doors and a new engine with high combustion capacity. Under the installation of the new engine, Semey Engineering has finalized the layout of the rear of the case. There was installed an Iveco diesel engine with a power of 111 kW (149 hp), compatible with EURO IV and connected to a manual gearbox (six speeds forward and one back), replacing the outdated GAZ-41 gasoline engine on the BRDM-2.

The car retained its amphibious qualities, but the existing central water cannon was replaced by two smaller water cannons, which improved handling during fusion.

The mobility of the machine was improved by removing two pairs of additional pneumatic rollers (two on each side) located in the center of the machine, and installing original semi-elliptical springs with torsion shafts and hydraulic shock absorbers. Bridges were taken from the BTR-80 in order to expand the gauge of the new car.


In the photo at the BRDM-2, two additional pneumatic rollers are clearly visible.

The BRDM-KZ has a 5,75 meter length and an 2,9 meter width, which is significantly larger than the original BRDM-2 with its 2,35 meter width. The combat weight of the machine is 7-8 tons, depending on the configuration. The new engine allows you to reach a maximum speed of 110 km / h and have a power reserve of up to 1300 km, which significantly exceeds the cruising range of 750 km from the BRDM-2.

The reconnaissance vehicle complex consists of the PSN panoramic survey kit and the Falconeye surveillance system on one telescopic mast and the ACAR radar on the second mast. PSN has 12 modules, each contains one thermal and one daytime camera, so four groups of three cameras each provide a full coverage 360 degree.


If you look at the BRDM-KZ car at the back, you will see a converted configuration with two water cannons, an ACAR radar and a PSN / Falconeye optic-electronic kit on extended telescopic masts

The Falconeye system also has a thermal imaging and daytime camera, plus a laser range finder and a GPS antenna; All this is installed at the top of the mast on a pan-tilt head, providing a panoramic view. The task of Falconeye is to identify individual objects seen by the PSN system. The thermal imaging camera operates in the 3-5 micron range, the matrix of the camera is 640x512 pixels and has a double electronic zoom, the camera can switch between the wide 25x20 field of view and the narrow 2X1,6 field of view.

Aselsan is also developing a long-wave version of a thermal imaging camera operating in the 8-12 micron range. This option will have a wide field of view 10,3x8,3 and a narrow field of view 3,7x3.

The daytime camera has an x12 magnification, and the laser rangefinder uses an eye-safe laser source with a 1,54 micron long wavelength.

Survey radar ACAR operates in the Ku-band mode with a low probability of interception of signals. The radar performs "advanced" signal processing, it can track targets in scan mode, and also simultaneously track multiple targets. The radar has a maximum range of 40 km, and a person can be detected at a distance of up to 12 km. The scan area can be narrowed from 360 to 10 degrees, while the vertical angles are ± 24 degrees.

The armament is mainly of a defensive plan; at the KADEX show, a DUBM-12.7 with tank machine gun NSVT 12,7 mm caliber. The module rotates 360 degrees, elevation angles range from -10 to +60 degrees; An ammunition of 400 rounds ready for firing is located in the hull. The machine gun is aimed at the target using the ATS-40/60 thermal imaging sight.

Minor changes in the appearance of the BRDM-2 allow, however, to immediately identify the new car on the converted front end with new panels of armor glass and new headlights.

According to the materials of the site www.janes.com
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  1. Gray 43
    Gray 43 28 July 2014 08: 55
    +19
    USSR-taxis !!!! Well, good options, and borrowing bridges from the BTR contributes to the cheapness of production, and spare parts are a dime a dozen, with the BMP, the same picture. These models look, perhaps, more serious than other crafts of the Ukrainian military-industrial complex
    1. armageddon
      armageddon 28 July 2014 09: 32
      +4
      Hmm ... Soviet technology left a lot ... Why not upgrade ... !!!
      1. Beibit
        Beibit 28 July 2014 12: 54
        +2
        I am glad that our people have at least begun to do something.
        1) But to be honest I didn’t understand why a mortar was installed to the BMP. That he will support the infantry with a mortar? Plus, he needs TZM. I think this creates more problems than it solves. Firing range 4,7 km. and accuracy is probably lame. Maybe they will not be used as BMP, but will be like mortar calculation. But for this whole BMP redo, why ???
        2) But the BRDM pleased. Well remade. It is only asked how about transportation by rail. Since the width is 2,9 m. And there are no such freight cars.
        1. combat192
          combat192 28 July 2014 14: 02
          +8
          1. This is not a BMP, but a mortar (self-propelled), and together with a TZM - a self-propelled mortar complex. It solves the problems of mobility and firepower of the battalion support units. The firing range with satisfactory accuracy is quite enough to provide fire support to the infantry to the depth of the immediate task of the battalion in the offensive and firing at the deployment and dismounting lines of the advancing enemy in defense.
          Regarding the alteration of the BMP: it is better to alter than to cut it for scrap, what is in "storage".
          2. BRDM is not pleased with Western electronics. In terms of functionality, it is no longer a BRDM (armored reconnaissance and patrol vehicle), but a BRM (armored RM. Not to be confused with BRM - combat RM). By rail with such a width it is transported "with a bang" (like the progenitor of the undercarriage - BTR-80)
          Photo of one of the options for Russian modernization of the BRDM-2 with a suspension from the BTR-80.
          Photo of one of the options for Russian modernization of the BRDM-2 with a suspension from the BTR-80.

          But the tanks on the platforms (width T-72 - 3620 mm)
          1. EvilLion
            EvilLion 28 July 2014 16: 54
            +1
            And the BRM is also a necessary thing, to shove its equipment into a very large and heavily armored hummer (it turned out) is not a bad idea and, in principle, cheaper than the BRDM-3 based on the BTR-80 or "Lynx" based on the BMP-3.
        2. EvilLion
          EvilLion 28 July 2014 16: 25
          +2
          This is convenient for parts on the BMP, the mortar will be equal to their mobility and use the same parts. Similar machines on our BTR-80 chassis were made. TZM is still needed, almost one gun always needs 2 cars, one to carry a gun, the other ammunition. If the gun is self-propelled, then all the more so, since the ammunition load is small.
        3. Juborg
          Juborg 31 July 2014 01: 16
          -1
          And what! The Israelis are clearly not fools, but put their mortars on the wheeled chassis of the "Humvees", got mobility, and speed, and the accuracy in the article indicates that the calculation consists of experienced fighters. Most likely, these will be mobile mortar units of regimental subordination.
  2. erased
    erased 28 July 2014 09: 16
    +1
    But does Kazakhstan have the right to produce BRDM cars and Cornflower mortars? Or again a fraternal gift to a neighbor? In what place is it embarrassing to ask the brains and interests of the country for government officials - what if they answer honestly, but the site will close the answer with censorship ?!
    1. Professor
      Professor 28 July 2014 09: 49
      +5
      Quote: erased
      But does Kazakhstan have the right to produce BRDM cars and Cornflower mortars?

      It has. There are no patents for these products.
      1. Thronekeeper
        Thronekeeper 17 December 2016 00: 59
        0
        Just patented. Israel began to apat T-72, Su-25 and Mi-24 at home and in Romania. The European Union sued both Romania and Israel at the suit of the Russian Federation. Transferred the "pirate" to Georgia. in 888, rodents of tank and aircraft factories, their workers and Israeli engineers lost - the "satellite" modif X-15SN is still as unobtrusive as the Soviet inertial with SBS (now - the identity with Glonass-guidance and an additional option - with maneuvers from a height of 15 km ( from which the Petya-RAS-3 radar and the one-piece Aegis for Standard-SM2blok4 detect + the reaction time of 4 seconds, when the SBS, if it does not penetrate the mine and the Jericho command post, although the penetrating conventional will come off there), and the AUG to jam the EMP 4 km and the EMI-warhead cluster throws 7 blocks at 4 km from the same height, only 9 seconds to fly and 5 to defeat, with a probability of 0,05 by two, here and for penetrating anti-ship missiles and conventional PRR - only time to pray to the crew is true, they have a range 320 because of the radar or control radar and heavy penetration and subok KO in the Kh-15A / S / SE and P / PE, respectively, and there is no precedent for the use of nuclear weapons and radars and litaki and harpoons with tomahawkalniki - a little 200, won back, moreover - l / s will survive. And the troughs will even be able to go home, and have not forgotten how to will for whom pass laughing , if another pair of Tu-22M3MA zircons are not launched at the same time, or the X-61MO in advance for an indicative flogging of the fleet of sixes not from 600, like the satellite X-15 with IR enhancement, and the aviation Yakhonts (580 v-v-sn, 750 sec a steep dive, and for EMI-warhead instead of penetrating and submunitions, there is much more, the dispersion point is even higher) - the Air Force is not export, but Zircons from 800 for this carrier, however, will fly three times faster, and also a C from 12 "will be passed forward "2 with EMP, one with electronic warfare cover, there is no" dive range "in open sources - so it won't laughing those who want to figure out how much a breakthrough at ultra-low speed and fuel eats up in a dense air, and, therefore, range, + that you can dive with the engine turned off when fully developed. Even for land / ship Onyx-Yahont-Bramos instead of 300 n-in-sn with a dive immediately 500.
    2. gross kaput
      gross kaput 28 July 2014 11: 11
      +9
      What's the problem? These systems were developed in the USSR, of which Kazakhstan was a part, so there are no moral and ethical problems here, especially as modernization, not production of copies, can be done by anyone.
      1. Walking
        Walking 28 July 2014 18: 43
        +1
        Quote: erased
        But does Kazakhstan have the right to produce BRDM cars and Cornflower mortars? Or again a fraternal gift to a neighbor? In what place is it embarrassing to ask the brains and interests of the country for government officials - what if they answer honestly, but the site will close the answer with censorship ?!


        And the APCs, BRDM and mortars in our warehouses are standing and it is not necessary to produce them. These samples of capital modernization, the benefit of spare parts for them in abundance.
  3. AX
    AX 28 July 2014 09: 18
    0
    Continuous tuning ...
    1. Bayonet
      Bayonet 28 July 2014 12: 11
      +1
      Quote: AX
      Continuous tuning ...

      And this is good!
  4. Lyapis
    Lyapis 28 July 2014 09: 38
    +2
    The idea of ​​placing "Cornflower" on the BMP base is certainly very interesting, but its expediency is questionable. To reload the cassette, the crew will have to leave the troop compartment (not very convenient), the meaning of the armor is greatly lost ...
    1. mirag2
      mirag2 28 July 2014 15: 26
      +1
      the same hinged rear hatch, and from there it is obvious and recharging.
    2. Aydar
      Aydar 28 July 2014 15: 43
      +11
      the meaning of the armor is that the calculation can safely change position and be selected for firing at the shortest possible distance - which is especially important given that the mortar fires on a sloping trajectory, a very correct solution - I got it, covered the enemy with a series of mines and, using the maneuverability and speed of the BMP, left the position , recharged again and again according to the previous algorithm.
  5. GOgaRu
    GOgaRu 28 July 2014 09: 40
    +4
    Successful and necessary car. Intelligence and target designation drives. But what about the connection?
  6. the47th
    the47th 28 July 2014 09: 41
    +1
    and GPS antenna

    Why not GLONASS? And one PCT on such a machine is not enough.
    1. gross kaput
      gross kaput 28 July 2014 11: 12
      +1
      Quote: the47th
      GLONASS

      But does he still work ?!
      1. the47th
        the47th 28 July 2014 13: 12
        +1
        It has been working for a long time. He already in the year 2010, when I served at the station, worked normally.
    2. combat192
      combat192 28 July 2014 14: 19
      +3
      The car has a "Cliff" installed, and it looks like it is remotely controlled.
  7. Terminolol
    Terminolol 28 July 2014 09: 53
    +2
    With a mortar it’s not clear at all ... why? Why tie the combat crew to the car and deprive maneuverability (to get the hell out of it), it can of course be faster on the machine. As I understand it, the main weapon should be one that can support the infantry during the landing, but this is probably not a mortar. To the edge of ATGM! And so, the sensible use of Soviet technology with minimal costs, Kazakhs are great.
    1. the47th
      the47th 28 July 2014 13: 16
      +14
      Soviet troops have already done this in Afghanistan. This is just a factory option.
      2B9 on MTLB
    2. Walking
      Walking 28 July 2014 18: 53
      +3
      Your reasoning is strange, it seems to you that after the opening of the fire, the crew should throw the mortar and run away from it with all its might, and then get a new mortar, so you don’t have enough equipment. Mortars installed in armored vehicles have been known since the Second World War, which increases their maneuverability and survival on the battlefield.
      1. Aydar
        Aydar 29 July 2014 07: 47
        +6
        What is interesting is the Israeli mortar based on the two-meter American M113 trough (besides, a non-automatic, ordinary infantry one) - no one criticizes, although the Israelis use it successfully, on the contrary, many "military" say that there is no better one. As soon as the Kazakhs combine the mobility and security of an infantry fighting vehicle and the rate of fire of an automatic mortar, criticism immediately climbed from all cracks.
      2. Aydar
        Aydar 29 July 2014 08: 54
        +5
        for this machine there is still not enough light reconnaissance drone, which could easily be transported in the compartment for calculation or directly on the roof. And if it was still possible for our developers to develop new types of ammunition, namely mines to the cornflower - adjustable, with additional charges to increase the firing range, etc., then this mortar would not have a price.
  8. kafa
    kafa 28 July 2014 09: 57
    +3
    thoughtful and not bad very not bad smile
  9. wanderer_032
    wanderer_032 28 July 2014 10: 20
    +4
    The worthy amphibious qualities of the BRDM-KZ are doubtful.
    In my opinion, the BRDM-KZ armored hull turned out with a large number of elements that will greatly impede the movement of the machine through the water.
    But the alteration of the BMP-1 in the light self-propelled guns and TZM for her, I liked it.
    1. 52
      52 28 July 2014 17: 34
      +1
      And what, in real life "chaos" so often swim? Especially in the Kazakh steppes.
      1. Patton5
        Patton5 29 July 2014 01: 07
        +1
        For reconnaissance, a floating machine probably makes sense, but for everything else ... a very dubious quality, however, like parachute landing machines.
      2. Aydar
        Aydar 29 July 2014 08: 19
        +5
        "Kazakh steppes" for your information have little in common with "African deserts" and there are many rivers and lakes in them. I personally have no desire to fill your geographical gaps - your illiteracy, your own business. But for information, I inform you that in Kazakhstan there are rivers such as Ili, Irtysh, Emba, etc., and there are also a bunch of lakes and lakes.
    2. Patton5
      Patton5 29 July 2014 01: 01
      +1
      The worthy amphibious qualities of the BRDM-KZ are doubtful.
      I suspect that they have no intentions to cross the Caspian on it, so there are quite satisfactory amphibious qualities ...
  10. vodolaz
    vodolaz 28 July 2014 10: 44
    +3
    But what, do not throw out the outdated iron? Moreover, if you are satisfied with your army. Only export value is doubtful.
  11. Naiman
    Naiman 28 July 2014 14: 21
    +3
    To act efficiently is to modernize, and so that it works further
  12. Nikonor
    Nikonor 28 July 2014 14: 24
    -6
    Who will buy it? Iraq, Iran or Congo?
    1. Aydar
      Aydar 28 July 2014 15: 45
      +9
      Who cares who buys? Who needs it and buys, you forgot to ask permission.
    2. The comment was deleted.
    3. waggish
      waggish 2 August 2014 17: 23
      0
      Still Russian ask what ??????????????????? 2 attacks per day !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  13. Massik
    Massik 28 July 2014 16: 07
    +3
    The idea is not new, even the Americans in Iraq used to play Cornflowers on Humvees. This is by the way, but nothing at all, just to be healthy ...
  14. 52
    52 28 July 2014 17: 43
    0
    Well, in general, we got demonstrations of "pilot samples", "modernizations that give new life to old technology", "breakthrough projects that allow people to save a penny". How many of them have been since the 90s, and in how many countries! And the real return - how many percent? Look "TV" for 1993-to our time, damn it, a fountain of ideas (drank dough and advertising). Maybe I’m depressed, but after these loud statements and presentations, a new "calm" time comes, until the next show-off and show-offs. No.
  15. Semurg
    Semurg 28 July 2014 17: 57
    +4
    a scout is good, especially since they wrote me telescopes with rods (he got up somewhere in a ravine and picked up telescopes and keep an eye on it. A motorized cornflower is also good at increasing maneuverability, especially since there are a lot of storage bombs why not use them, especially as there will be new ones for motorized infantry to buy armored personnel carriers (a plant in Astana is being built for them).
  16. insafufa
    insafufa 29 July 2014 12: 43
    +1
    In Chichena, we also installed an 82mm mortar on an old Soviet BTR 60P with an open top not a mortar, and the song, especially devils, was to drive around the mountains. True mortar was not a cornflower, but 2B14 "Tray"