New Teber-30 Two-Man Turret introduced by FNSS at IDEF 2017 21005177

 
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IDEF 2017
International Defence Industry Fair

9 - 12 May 2017
Istanbul, Turkey
 
FNSS at IDEF 2017
 
 
 New Teber-30 Two-Man Turret introduced by FNSS at IDEF 2017
The TEBER-30 Two-Man Turret developed by FNSS is set to become the new reference for manned turrets used in armoured combat vehicles. Incorporating the latest technologies in turret drives, fire control, protection and lethality, the TEBER-30 turret can function night and day in all weather conditions and battle environments, thanks to its integrated sensors and other electronic systems.
     

The FNSS TEBER 30 Two-Man Turret at IDEF 2017
     
The turret’s modular structure also provides a basis for future configuration changes. The TEBER-30 Two-Man Turret combines all the advantages of manned turrets with technological solutions and an ergonomic design. Within the turret, the commander and gunner are seated in a conventional configuration, inside the turret basket. Both the gunner and the commander can control all functions of the turret. In addition, thanks to the manual backup system, the gunner can steer the turret on the traverse and elevation axis in cases of emergency and fire the weapons.

As its primary armament, the turret carries a 30 mm calibre, Mk44 dual feed automatic cannon with a rate of fire of 200 rounds per minute. The turret has two compartments storing 300 ready rounds in total. The modular design of the ammunition box and chutes enables the use of SuperShot 40 mm (40 x 180 mm) ammunition. The calibre of the primary armament can thus be raised to 40 mm. Secondary armament consists of a 7.62mm Mk52 or 7.62 machine gun with 1,000 ready rounds.

Equipped with an electric drive system as well as two axis stabilisation to increase the hit ratio while moving, the turret can turn 360 degrees on the traverse axis without limitation, at a minimum speed of 60 degrees/second, while its weapons can be used between an elevation axis of -10 to +45 degrees.

TEBER-30 Two-Man turret has an advanced fire control capability with the help of its on-board fire control computer and two axis stabilised independent sight system. The system generates a kinematic lead solution to increase the first-round-hit probability for stationary and moving targets, thus ensuring a more efficient utilisation of ammunition. The independent systems used by the commander and the gunner also provide hunter/shooter capabilities to the turret. The shell of the TEBER-30 Two-Man Turret is made of all-welded aluminium armour with add-on composite and steel armour that provide a high level of ballistic protection.

K. Nail Kurt, General Manager and CEO of FNSS, notes that the TEBER-30 Two-Man Turret demonstrates how manned turret can still be effective: “Certain countries continue to prefer manned turrets. In line with its goal of meeting, in the best way possible, the requirements of very different customers from across the world when developing products, FNSS has designed a manned turret that is the best of its class. The TEBER-30 Two-Man Turret clearly demonstrates that cooperation between man and machine can be achieved effectively and ergonomically, with a high level of protection.”
     
The FNSS TEBER 30 Two-Man Turret at IDEF 2017
 

 

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