The final set of pictures taken at the International salon MAKS-2011 show air defense facilities, helicopter engines, ground engines, night observation devices, etc.
The air-defense missile system ‘Pechora-2M’.
Antenna station UNV-2M.
Mobile communications center МАDS-125.
The 5P73-2М launcher.
Portable block of electric power supply.
Loader launcher 9A84ME.
Launcher 9A83ME, part of the air defense missile weapon system С-300VM ‘Antey-2500’.
Modernized military machine 9А33BМ3.
Military machine 9А331МК.
The antiaircraft armored truck ‘2С6М1’.
Self-moving turret 9А317E.
Mobile hand radar 1L122-1Е.
Small-scale radiodetector 1L122-2Е.
Small-scale radiodetector 1L121Е.
Mobile repair and diagnostic center RDК-М3-2.
The 9M334 air defense missile module. The missile is designed around a canard configuration. It is launched vertically by a powder catapult to a height of 15 – 20 m. It is then turned in the target direction, and its main solid-propellant rocket motor gets ignited. The single-stage rocket motor has two operating modes. In the liftoff mode, the motor imparts the maximum speed of 850 m/s to the missile for 4 s of flight; in the cruise mode, lasting up to 12 s, the motor maintains this speed. Such a flight speed envelope ensures the required power-to-weight ratio, which enables the missile to cover a zone of up to 12 km in range and defeat targets flying at a speed of up to 700 m/s and g-loads of up to 10 g. The missile is maintenance-free and accommodated in a four-compartment transport launch canister.
The antiaircraft guided weapon 48Н6Е3.
The antiaircraft guided weapon 9М82МE.
The antiaircraft guided weapon 9М83МE.
The 91RE1 rocket.
The 3М-14E rocket.
The rocket 3М-54E.
The guided radar on the base of 9С482М7.
The intelligence and control module 9C932-1 from the basic set of Barnaul-T is designed to equip the battery commander’s point or commander post, antiaircraft battalion tactical military units and defense manages fighting anti-aircraft defense units, coordinating their actions and increasing survivability under conditions of military surroundings.
The mobile complex of all-weather control ‘TRITON WM’.
The AI-222-25 engines have been optimized to be operated on up-to-date trainer, combat trainer, and light combat aircraft and comply with strict requirements for the engines of this class. Using the AI-222 family engines will allow creating a number of highly competitive aircraft. At customer’s request, all AI-222 engines can be equipped with vectored thrust nozzles or their versions with afterburners can be developed.
The RD-33 is a turbofan engine that was developed in OKB-117 lead by S. P. Izotov (now OAO Klimov) from 1968, production started in 1981. It is an 8,000 to 9,000 kilograms-force thrust class turbofan twin-shaft engine with afterburner built by the Klimov company of Russia and has several variants. It features a modular design, individual parts can be replaced separately and has a good tolerance to the environment. The RD-33 is simple to maintain and retains good performance in challenging environments
This engine was taken from the Mil Mi-38 is a transport helicopter designed by Mil Moscow Helicopter Plant. Originally intended as a replacement for the Mil Mi-8 and the Mi-17, it is being marketed in both military and civil versions. It flew for the first time on 22 December 2003.
Optical radar station is used on airplanes MiG-29K, MiG-2 9UPG, MiG-29M/M2.
Detector of laser exposure and detector of attacking missile.
The open-sight LPD-2M.
Control cabin of a perspective airplane.
Radar facility ‘Arbalet’.
The helmet imaging and pointing system.
Demonstration of the concept of fuel elements used in aviation.
The antihelicopter equipment was designed for defeating low-flying targets.
The explosively-formed penetrator warhead with follow-through destructive element to the Kb-25 ml missile.
Antenna of the radar system Irbis-E.
Blocks of uncontrolled rockets.
The rocket launcher PU-1716 ensures protection of surface-crafts from precision weapon with radar, optic and combined navigators. A shot is made with the help of reactive rockets SKP-51 in a definite direction and 30-100 meters away from the ship creating false targets with physical fields similar to the ones that protect the ship.
Different types of PU-1716 launchers.
Night-vision goggles GEI-NV-|||-ОNV.
This mobile radar intelligence station searches for artillery positions 1L271.
Unified artillery automatic ballistic station 1B66.
Mobile portable radar intelligence station of land-based moving targets with a panoramic indicator.
Portable radar station of close scouting with a panoramic indicator.
Thermal temperature and night observation sights.
Night vision monocular N37T-36M2; night binoculars with transmission of images in conditional colors EXPLORER.
Night vision goggles N3T-22.
Field computer diagnostic complex PKDK-BT.
Portable data handling machine ‘ELINS-41’.
This more modern variant of the machine fulfills functions of control calculation device and is used as a remote task station.
Control equipment for modernized antiaircraft mounting ZU-23/30M104.