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T-90S  
Initial Operational Capability (IOC): 1993
Total Production: 1,840
Unitary Cost: RUB60 million   (USD$974,026)
Also Known As: Bheeshma, Bhishma, Object 188, T-90A, T-90SA, T-90SK and Vladimir
Origin: Russia
Corporations: Uralvagonzavod production association
Parent System: T-90
Initial Operational Capability (IOC): 1993
Total Production: 2,514
Family Members: T-90M and T-90MS
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Description: The T-90, Object 188 industrial name, is a Main Battle Tank (MBT) evolved from the Red Army's T-72 in the late 1980s. It has been designed to engage enemy armored vehicles, troops, fortifications and low-flying helicopters in day/night and all-weather conditions. Its main armament is a 125mm 2A46M-2 smoothbore gun which can fire a variety of rounds as well as anti-tank missiles, a coaxial PKT 7.62mm machine gun, and a NSV 12.7mm machine gun for anti-aircraft purposes. The 125mm gun features an autoloader system with 22+20 rounds. The first prototype was produced in 1989 and serial production of the Russian Army T-90A model started in 1992.

The first version of the T-90 known as the T-90A was ordered by the Russian Army while the T-90S is a version intended for export customers but ultimately adopted by the Russian Army. The T-90S advanced fire control system permits to engage targets at night and all-weather conditions firing on the move or stationary with a great probability of kill. The advanced fire control system with two sights provided to the gunner and the commander means hunter-killer capability for the T-90S MBT. Kontakt-5 multi-layer armor, Explosive Reactive Armor (ERA), and an TShU-1 Shtora-1 advanced electro-optical countermeasures system provides enhanced survivability against anti-tank weapons, even against those features top-attack mode. The Shtora-1 system has IR-emitters and laser countermeasures. Kontakt-5 armor in the front section is equivalent to 800-830mm thick of conventional armor against armor piercing discarding sabot (APDS) rounds and 1,150-1350mm against high explosive anti-tank (HEAT) projectiles.

The T-90A is powered by an economic V-84MS multi-fuel diesel engine with an optional V-92S2 1,000-hp diesel engine available for export customers (T-90S). The T-90SK is a command and control version featuring improved communications. The T-90S entered active service with the Russian Army in 1993. India and Algeria as well as other countries are the export customers for the T-90S with more than 2,000 ordered or on order. Venezuela may become an export customer for the T-90 tank in the near future. India will become the largest T-90 operator in the world with more than 1,600 tanks with many of them to be assembled locally under license in India. All in, more than 3,600 T-90 tanks may be produced for the Russia and export customers worldwide.

T-90S Applications


Armored Vehicles BMPT BMR-3M BREM-1M IMR-3MA MTU-90 Auxiliary Vessels Zubr Fighting Ships Magar Project 11711

T-90S Specifications

Ammunition Load: 42
Crew: 3
Rolling Rubber Wheels: 6
Dimensions
Ground Clearance: 0.49 meter (19.3 inch)
Height: 2.23 meter (88 inch)
Length: 9.43 meter (371 inch)
Length without Gun: 6.86 meter
Main Gun Caliber: 125 millimeter
Width: 3.37 meter (133 inch)
Percent
Gradient: 58 %
Side Slope: 47 %
Performance
Ditch Crossing Ability: 2.80 meter (110 inch)
Front Armor Protection APDS Round: 830 millimeter
Front Armor Protection HEAT Projectile: 1,350 millimeter
Max Range: 550 kilometer (342 mile)
Step Climbing Ability: 0.85 meter (33.5 inch)
Power
Power: 1,000 hp (746 kW)
Pressure
Ground Pressure: 0.94 kg/cm2 (92 kPa)
Rates
Max Rate of Fire: 7 roundperminute
Speed
Cross Country Speed: 45 kph (12.5 mps)
Top Speed: 60 kph (37.3 mph)
Weight
Combat Weight: 46,500 kilogram (102,513 pound)
CEP: Circular Error Probable
Meters (m)   Kilometers (km)   Nautic Miles (nm)   Inch (in)   Yard (yd)   Foot (ft)   Millimeter (mm)
Pound (lb)   Kilogram (kg)   kN (KiloNewton)   Ton (t)
Meters per Second (mps)   Kilometers per Hour (kph)   Knot (kt)   Miles per Hour (mph)
Liter (l)   Galon (gl)
Year (yr)   Minutes (min)   Second (sec)
Shaft-Horse-Power (shp)

T-90S News

There are 22 news between
20 Jan 2004 and 1 Jan 2017
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Sunday, January 1, 2017Syrian War Boosts Sales of Russian T-72 and T-90 Tanks
Tuesday, November 15, 2016India Buys 64 T-90MS Advanced Tanks from Russia
Tuesday, November 1, 2016India Set to Buy 460 T-90MS Tanks from Russia
Monday, October 10, 2016Russian T-72B and T-90A Tanks to Get Armata's Kalina Fire Control System
Wednesday, September 28, 2016Russia to Develop Mine-Clearance Robotic Vehicle Based upon Armata or Boomerang Platforms
Monday, September 26, 2016Russian Armored Vehicles to Be Fitted with Intelligent Fire Suppression System
Friday, September 9, 2016Russian Army to Modernize Several Hundreds T-90 Tanks
Thursday, May 19, 2016India Orders 260 Catherine FC Thermal Camers for its T-90S Tanks
Saturday, March 19, 2016Russian Army to Get Newest T-72B3M Tank Before the end of 2016
Sunday, February 28, 2016Russian T-90 Tanks Supplied to Syria can Withstand TOW Missiles

Operators & Related Equipment


OperatorsItems
Algeria305
A second batch of 120 T-90SA tanks was ordered in late 2011
YearHoldings
Jun 200790
Azerbaijan114
T-90SA
India800
First order for 300 T-90S with 170 assembled in India and the remaining 130 imported from Russia. The second order signed in November 2006 includes up to 1,000 tanks to be assembled in India and 347 T-90S imported from Russia. The final second order seems to be for 500 tanks with 330 assembled in Russia and the remaining in India.
YearHoldings
2016800
2015640
Aug 2009700
Russia450
Russian Army plans for 600 (two divisions) T-90A/S tanks by 2010. The Russsian Army plans call for 22 new battalions (31 tanks each) by 2015. The T-90 will form the backbone of the Russian Army until 2025.
YearHoldings
20201,500
2016450T-90A
20151,200
2010600
Jun 2007200
Syria?
Tank deliveries started in late 2015
Turkmenistan40
Tanks ordered in summer 2011

Grand Total 2,0009
Cannons & Gear
2A46M-2x1
Defensive Weapons
3UBK20
Invar
Kobra
Refleks
Protection Systems
Shtora-1
Sensor Systems
Catherine FCx1
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