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Also Known As: PU-12M7
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Description: The BTR-80 is a 8x8 wheeled combat vehicle intended to carry infantry troops, arms and other loads on the battlefield while providing fire support thanks to a turret-mounted gun. It features lightweight armor, 9 firing ports, NBC protection, automatic fire fighting system, a central regulation of tire air pressure system, four side and two top hatches allow troops to mount/dismount quickly. Its high mobility and its reduced weight make BTR-80 suitable for amphibious and airborne operations in many environments. During amphibious operations can achieve an speed of 9 kilometers per hour crossing ranges of 12 kilometers. The BTR-80 wheeled armored vehicle entered service with the Soviet Army in 1984. Since then it has been widely exported, more than 20 countries have purchased the BTR-80 armored vehicle and its derivatives.
The PU-12M6 is a mobile control post for air defense systems on the move and stationary. It ensures radar interfacing, processing, and its transmission to launch units via radio and wire. The PU-12M6 hardware is mounted on a BTR-80 chassis with additional communications, radar interfacing and workstations equipment. The PU-12M6 is able to detect up to 99 targets and tracking 5 to 7 of them. The launch units can be located up to 25 km using radio data link and up to 15 km using cable link.
Engaged Aerial Targets: 7
Tracked Aerial Targets: 99
Wheel Drive: 8x8
Height: 2.80 meter (110 inch)
Length: 7.70 meter (303 inch)
Width: 2.95 meter (116 inch)
Max Range: 600 kilometer (373 mile)
Power: 260 shp (194 kW)
Cross Country Speed: 11.2 mps (40 kph)
Top Speed: 22.3 mps (80 kph)
Mission Endurance: 24 hour
SetUp Time: 20 minute
Max Weight: 14,500 kilogram
CEP: Circular Error Probable
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