Kingklip  
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Also Known As: UMS 4132
Origin: Netherlands
Corporations: Thales Naval Systems
Parent System: Kingklip
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Description: The Thales Kingklip is a medium frequency hull mounted sonar designed to detect submerged submarines, torpedoes and mine-like obstacles installed on corvettes, frigates or destroyers. The Kingklip sonar features active and passive operating modes as well as continuous availability not limited by sea conditions. Coupled with a towed sonar, it can provide 360-degree full coverage independently of the ship's propulsion being on/off. Its compact and lightweight array can be mounted on either keel or bow delivering concurrent active surveillance and Torpedo Warning function. Other sonar characteristics are a wide suite of long and short pulse shapes and beam stabilization in reception.

Kingklip Applications


Fighting Ships Diponegoro PKR Tarik ben Ziyad

Kingklip News

There are 3 news between
7 Apr 2008 and 18 Nov 2013
Monday, November 18, 2013Thales to Supply Indonesia's PKR with Sensors and Combat Management Systems
Tuesday, October 30, 2012Last Moroccan Sigma-Class Frigate Sails Through Sea Acceptance Trials
Monday, April 7, 2008Thales to Supply Key Sensors for Three Moroccan Multi-Mission Frigates

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