IDEAS 2016 Online Show Daily News and Web TV International Defense Exhibition Karachi Pakistan
 
Army Recognition
IDEAS 2016 Official Online Show Daily News and Web TV
International Defense Exhibition and Conference
22 - 25 November 2016
Karachi, Pakistan
 
Upgrade of 37mm anti-aircraft gun at IDEAS 2016
 
 
New upgrade of Chinese-made 37mm anti-aircraft gun with laser sight and ballistic computer.
Pakistani army air defense forces use now an upgrade version of the Chinese-made twin-barreled 37mm anti-aircraft guns which can work in fully autonomous mode connected to laser aiming and trajectory ballistic computer.
     
Pakistani army air defense forces use now an upgrade version of the Chinese-made twin-barreled 37mm anti-aircraft guns which can work in fully autonomous mode connected to laser aiming and trajectory ballistic computer. The upgraded version of the Chinese-made 37mm twin barreled anti-aircraft gun at IDEAS 2016, International Defense Exhibition in Karachi, Pakistan.
     

The upgraded 37mm anti-aircraft gun has its own generator powered by an engine. The generator powers the carriage electrical controls and also the electro-optical sight system. It enhances the kill probability, reduces manpower and offers simpler operations.

The upgraded 37mm gun can work in three modes, the original manual controls for elevation/depression and traverse with optical sights, a semi-controlled mode with a joystick at the gunner seat and the full automatic model with the weapon coupled to a laser aiming sight and ballistic computer.

The Laser aiming sight LAS786P provides azimuth, elevation and range of a target up to 10km, while the computer TBC789P receives data from the laser aiming sight, computes trajectory of a moving target and predict future position of the target.
     
Pakistani army air defense forces use now an upgrade version of the Chinese-made twin-barreled 37mm anti-aircraft guns which can work in fully autonomous mode connected to laser aiming and trajectory ballistic computer. The laser aiming sight LAS789P provides azimuth, elevation and range of a target send to the computer on the carriage to position autonomously the gun at the required angle to hit the target.
     
The information is sent to the ballistic computer that is mounted on the carriage of the twin 37-mm anti-aircraft gun. The ballistic computer also calculates the advance and super elevation.

The tracking and ballistic computer is built around a high-performance, state-of-the-art, high-speed, large memory single chip micro controller. This instructs the control computer to position the gun at the required angle to hit the target.
 
 
In firing position the wheels of the gun carriage are raised off the ground and it is supported by four screw jacks, one at the front, one at the rear of the carriage and one either side on outriggers.

This 37mm anti-aircraft gun has 182 37 mm rounds stored on the carriage with clips of five rounds and has a crew of five or six. It has a firing range from 100 to 1,500 m against air targets, while ground target maximum range is 3,500 m.
 

 

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