Mi-26T2 Initial Operational Capability (IOC): 2015 Maiden Flight: 17 February 2011 Total Production: 26 Also Known As:Mi-26T2V Origin:Russia Corporations: Mil Helicopter and Russian Helicopters* (*) lead contractor
Parent System:Mi-26 Initial Operational Capability (IOC): 1983 Total Production: 337 Family Members:Mi-26
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Description: The Mi-26T2 is a modernized ultra-heavy version of the Mi-26 helicopter launched in 2010. The newest variant features modern avionics suite fully compliant with international standards, glass cockpit, new D-136-2 engines and other equipment. The helicopter is fitted with a modern BREO-26 avionics suite designed by Ramenskoye Design Company. The glass cockpit of the Mi-26T2 is equipped with five multi-functional LCDs that can display a colored image of external load, a new digital autopilot and a new navigation system supporting NAVSTAR/GLONASS. The new avionics and equipment have brought down the crew to only two from five in existing versions of the Mi-26 aircraft. A third crew member is necessary to work with the external sling load. As of August 2011, the Mi-26T2 was undergoing test flights.
The Mi-26T2 helicopter is also fitted with an additional Tranzas TSL-1600 light to visually control external sling load at night. It is capable both of standard and IR lighting to be used in combination with night vision goggles. The Mi-26T2 is fitted with a new BREO-26 avionics suite with five multi-functional LCD displays, as well as new digital autopilot with satellite navigation support. The helicopter also features modernised D-136-2 turboshaft engines with FADEC (full authority digital engine control) which can boost output by 250 hp during flight when at full throttle. The Mi-26T2 can fly missions anywhere in the world, and can significantly enhance the battle readiness of the Russian Armed Forces. The Mi-26T2V is standard for the Russian Air Force and will be introduced in 2018.
Number of Engines: 2
Troops: 82 Power Max Power at TakeOff: 23,300 hp (17,382 kW) Weight Max Takeoff Weight: 56,000 kilogram (123,457 pound)
Payload: 20,000 kilogram (44,092 pound)
CEP: Circular Error Probable
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