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A-100  
Initial Operational Capability (IOC): 2005
Total Production: ?
Also Known As: PHL-03 and PHL03
Origin: China
Corporations: CPMIEC
Parent System: A-100
Initial Operational Capability (IOC): 2005
Total Production: ?
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Description: The A-100, also known as PLH-03, is a long-range 300mm multiple launch rocket system (MLRS) developed to meet the requirements of the People's Liberation Army (PLA). The A-100 MLRS development was inspired on the impressive Smerch MLRS deployed by the Soviet Union Army. The weapon system is intended to defeat armored formations and other targets at longer ranges than existing artillery systems. The PLA began the A-100 development in the late 1990s and the fielding in the early 2000s. The Chinese corporation CPMIEC is marketing the A-100 for export customers. As of early 2015, China was developing a further version of the A-100 with a maximum range of 100 kilometers. That new version maybe the SR-5 artillery system.

The A-100 weapon system is based on a 8x8 high mobility armored chassis capable of a top speed of 65 kilometers per hour on road. The rockets fired by the A-100 are spin-stabilized and feature a sophisticated navigation system. With a range of approximately 70 kilometers A-100 rockets may effectively engage armored targets on-the-move using a heat seeker. Each rocket carries more than 200kg of both anti-personnel and anti-armor sub-munitions. Each PLA's A-100 battery consists of six to nine launch vehicles; six to nine replenishment vehicles and a command post vehicle.

A-100 Specifications

Artillery Tubes: 12
Wheel Drive: 8x8
Dimensions
Artillery Tube Caliber: 300 millimeter
Height: 3 meter
Length: 12 meter
Performance
Max Range: 850 kilometer
Turning Radius: 15 meter
Weapon Max Range: 70 kilometer
Weapon Min Range: 20 kilometer
Power
Power: 500 hp (373 kW)
Speed
Top Speed: 65 kph (18.1 mps)
Time
Re-Loading Time: 20 minute
Time to Shoot Full Load: 38 second (0.63 minute)
Weight
Combat Weight: 43 ton
CEP: Circular Error Probable
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