Beltech Holding presents its new self-propelled anti-tank guided missile complex the Caracal 2705113

 

Milex 2011
International Exhibition & Conference
of Arms & Military Technology
Minsk - Belarus

24 - 27 May 2011
 
Caracal antitank missile complex at MILEX 2011
 

Friday, May 27, 2011, 12:10 AM

 
Beltech Holding presents its new self-propelled anti-tank guided missile complex the Caracal.
 
 
At MILEX 2011, the Belarus Defence Company Beltech Holding presents a new generation of light anti-tank wheeled vehicle, the Caracal. The Caracal self-propelled complex is intended for fighting moving armoured vehicle, above-water, low speed aerial targets as well as protected stationary ground targets destruction, at any time of day and night.
     

At MILEX 2011, the Belarus Defence Company Beltech Holding presents a new generation of light anti-tank wheeled vehicle, the Caracal. The Caracal self-propelled complex is intended for fighting moving armoured vehicle, above-water, low speed aerial targets as well as protected stationary ground targets destruction, at any time of day and night.
Caracal self-propelled anti-tank guided missile complex at MILEX 2011

     

The Caracal is based on a light wheeled truck chassis, which is intended for storage, transportation and combat application of anti-tank guided missile. The launcher module is mounted inside of the back side of the vehicle. In firing position, the launcher module is erected on the top of the vehicle.

Combat module with four missiles ready to fire is designed as universal with the possibility of its loading on different wheel and track-type chassis, ships in case of possible overall dimensions with insignificant connections operations.

Inside of the combat compartment, the Caracal transports 12 missiles, and the reloading is automatic for 4 missiles.

The Caracal is equipped with PN-S guidance device which is intended for surveillance of terrain, detection of targets, range measuring and guidance of missiles at a distance of 100 to 5,500 m. The guidance device includes a television surveillance, laser range-finder, thermal imaging module.

The operator's workstation is mounted at the front of the vehicle, which provides automatic checkout of the equipment and missile, the control of the availability of ready-to-fire missile and the missiles reserve in the ammunition stowage rack and the control of guidance process of the launcher and target firing.

 

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