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Παρασκευή, 3 Μαρτίου 2017

ARTEMIS 30/Anti-aircraft System (photos+video)

Artemis 30

Artemis 30
Type Anti-aircraft system
Place of origin Greece
Service history
Used by Greece
Production history
Designed 1982
Manufacturer Hellenic Arms Industry
Weight 7,400 kg (16,300 lb) (travelling with ammunition)
Length 7.95 m (26 ft 1 in) (travelling)
Width 2.375 m (8 ft) (travelling)
Height 2.25 m (7 ft 5 in) (travelling)

Shell Aluminium cased
30 mm x 173 mm
Caliber 30 mm (1.2 in)
Action Gas operated
Carriage Four wheel twin axle split type with onboard generator.
Elevation -5° to +85°
Traverse 360°
Rate of fire 800 rpm per barrel
Muzzle velocity 1,035 m/s (3,400 ft/s) (HEI ammunition)
Maximum firing range 8,400 m (27,600 ft)
Sights On board gyroscopic 2D tracking sight
The Artemis 30 is an anti-aircraft gun system originally developed in 1982 and produced by the Hellenic Arms designed by Anastasios Georgiou (EBO) and Athanassios Calligeris Designer lots parts of twin barrels for use by the Greek armed forces (Hellenic Army) in the Aegean sea. The system is named after the ancient Greek goddess of the hunt, Artemis.
The Artemis 30 consists of twin 30 mm Mauser MK30 Model F autocannons connected to a large central drum mounted on a four-wheeled towed carriage. A total of 500 rounds are carried ready to use in the mount. normally deployed in 6 twin mounts per battery, and has a maximum range of 8,400 metres and a firing rate of 800 rounds per minute per barrel.

Possible future operators

  •  India: The Artemis 30 is one of the candidates for replacing India's 800 ZU-23-2 23mm anti-aircraft guns.[1]

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