Senin, 20 September 2010

Modern Tank killer

saat ini senjata anti tank sudah berupa Anti Tank guided missile (ATGM), yaitu misil terpadu yang fungsi utamanya adalah menghancurkan tank lapis baja dan kendaraan tempur lapis baja lainya. berikut ini adalah beberapa jenis  ATGM :

FGM-148 Javelin
Army-fgm148.jpg
U.S. Army soldiers firing an FGM-148 Javelin.
Type Anti-tank guided missile launcher
Place of origin  United States
Service history
In service 1996–present
Used by See Users
Wars Operation Enduring Freedom (2001–present)
Operation Iraqi Freedom (2003–present)
Production history
Designer Texas Instruments and Martin Marietta
(now Raytheon and Lockheed Martin)
Designed June 1989
Manufacturer Raytheon and Lockheed Martin
Unit cost $40,000 (£20,000) (missile); $125,000 (reusable Command Launch Unit)
Produced 1996–present
Specifications
Weight Missile: 11.8 kg (26 lb)[1]
CLU: 6.4 kg (14.1 lb)
Length Missile: 1.1 m (43 in)
Launch tube: 1.2 m (47 in)
Diameter Missile: 127 mm (5.0 in)
Launch tube: 142 mm (5.6 in)
Crew 2

Effective range 75 to 2500 m
Warhead Tandem shaped charge HEAT
Warhead weight 8.4 kg (18.5 lb)[2]
Detonation
mechanism
Impact force

Engine Solid fuel rocket
Guidance
system
Imaging infrared (IIR)


MILAN
Milan 501607 fh000004.jpg
MILAN 1 missile
Type Anti-tank
Place of origin  France
 Germany
Service history
In service 1972–present
Used by 41 countries
Production history
Designed 1970s
Manufacturer MBDA, Bharat Dynamics (under license)
Produced 1972
Number built 350,000 missiles, 10,000 launchers
Variants MILAN 1, MILAN 2, MILAN 2T, MILAN 3, MILAN ER
Specifications
Weight 7.1 kg
Length 1.2 m
Diameter 0.125 m

Warhead tandem HEAT
Detonation
mechanism
contact

Engine solid-fuel rocket
Wingspan 0.26 m
Operational
range
400–2000 m
Flight ceiling -
Speed 200 m/s
Guidance
system
SACLOS wire
Steering
system
Thrust Vector
Launch
platform
Individual, Vehicle

ERYX
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ERYX missile, in launch tube, loaded on firing post
Type Anti-tank
Place of origin  France
 Canada
Service history
In service 1994
Used by Operators
Production history
Designed 1985-92
Manufacturer MBDA
Produced 1993
Specifications
Weight 16.0 kg (13.0 kg missile and container, firing post 4.0 kg)
Length 0.905 m (2.97 ft)
Diameter 0.136 m (5.4 in)

Warhead 137 mm diameter 3.6 kg tandem HEAT (penetrating 0.9 m through RHA behind reactive armour[1], or 2.5 m through concrete)

Operational
range
50–600 m
Speed 18 m/s (65 km/h) at launch to 245 m/s (880 km/h) at 600 m
Guidance
system
SACLOS wire
Launch
platform
Individual, Vehicle

Spike
SPIKE ATGM.jpg
SPIKE ATGM Command & launcher unit (CLU) with mock-up SPIKE LR missile mounted on a tripod at Singapore Army Open House 2007
Type Man-portable fire-and-forget anti-tank missile
Place of origin Israel
Service history
In service 1997 - Present
Used by See Operators
Wars Second Intifada, 2006 Lebanon War, War in Afghanistan (2001–present), Gaza War
Production history
Designed 1987
Manufacturer Rafael Advanced Defense Systems
Diehl BGT Defence (Now part of Rheinmetall Defence Electronics)
Produced 1997 - Present
Variants See Versions
Specifications
Weight Spike-ER from helicopter:
• Missile in canister: 34 kg (74 lb 15 oz)
• Launcher: 55 kg (121 lb 4 oz)
• Launcher + 4 missiles: 187 kg (412 lb 4 oz)
Spike-MR/LR from ground:[1]
• Missile round: 14 kg (30 lb 14 oz)
• Command & launch unit (CLU): 5 kg (11 lb 0 oz)
• Tripod: 2.8 kg (6 lb 3 oz)
• Battery: 1 kg (2 lb 3 oz)
• Thermal sight: 4 kg (8 lb 13 oz)
Length 1,670 mm (5 ft 6 in) (Missile w/launcher)
Diameter 170 mm (6.7 in) (Missile w/launcher)

Rate of fire Ready to launch in 30 seconds, reload in 15 seconds
Maximum range 800 to 25,000 m (2,600 to 82,000 ft) depending on version
Sights 10× optical sight
Warhead Tandem-charge HEAT warhead
Detonation
mechanism
Impact

Engine Solid-fuel rocket
Guidance
system
Infrared homing - Electro Optical (CCD, IR or Dual CCD/IIR), Passive CCD or dual CCD/IIR seeker

AGM-114 Hellfire
Lockheed Martin Longbow Hellfire.jpg
A model of a Hellfire's components
Type Air-to-surface and surface-to-surface missile
Place of origin United States
Production history
Manufacturer Lockheed Martin
Specifications
Weight 100–108lb (45.4–49kg)[1]
Length 64 in (163 cm)
Diameter 7 in (17.8 cm)

Warhead High Explosive Anti-Tank (HEAT); 20 lb (9 kg) tandem anti-armor
Metal augmented charge (MAC); 18 lb (8 kg) shaped-charge
Blast Fragmentation

Engine Solid-fuel rocket
Wingspan 13 in (33 cm)
Operational
range
546 yd – 5 mi (500 m – 8 km)
Speed Mach 1.3 (950 mph; 425 m/s)
Guidance
system
Semi-active laser homing
millimeter wave radar seeker
Launch
platform
Rotary- and fixed-wing platforms, Unmanned combat air vehicles, tripods, ships, and ground vehicles

9M133 Kornet
9M133 Kornet
9M133 missile with launcher
Type Anti-tank missile
Place of origin  Russia
Service history
In service 1994-present
Used by See users
Production history
Designer KBP Instrument Design Bureau
Manufacturer KBP Instrument Design Bureau
Variants 9M123, 9M123-2, 9M123F, 9M123F-2
Specifications (9M133)
Weight 27 kg (29 kg with launch tube)
Length 1200 mm
Diameter 152 mm

Warhead Tandem HEAT, Thermobaric
Warhead weight 7 kg HEAT, 10 kg TNT equivalent Thermobaric
Detonation
mechanism
Impact fuze

Wingspan 460 mm
Propellant Solid-fuel rocket
Operational
range
100-5500m
Guidance
system
SACLOS laser beam riding
Steering
system
Two control surfaces
Accuracy <5 m

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