FNSS Displays PARS 6x6 Vehicle, Remote Controlled Turrets at DSA 2024

06.05.2024 Asia
FNSS Displays PARS 6x6 Vehicle, Remote Controlled Turrets at DSA 2024

FNSS Displays PARS 6x6 Vehicle, Remote Controlled Turrets at DSA 2024

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FNSS is exhibiting the PARS III 6x6 vehicle equipped with the TEBER-II 30/40 Remote Controlled Turret (RCT), alongside the SANCAK 30mm Remote Controlled Turret, at the DSA 2024 Exhibition in Malaysia.

From 6 to 9 May, FNSS will welcome visitors at its stand situated within the Turkish pavilion at the Malaysia International Trade and Exhibition Center. As part of efforts for extending the lifecycle of the Malaysian Army ACV-15’s, a prototype of ADNAN AIFV modernised by DEFTECH and FNSS is exhibited in the DEFTECH stand at the same Hall.

SANCAK 30mm RCT (Remote Controlled Turret)

FNSS’ SANCAK 30mm RCT, integrated onto PARS 4x4, was first unveiled at IDEF 2023. It is a derivative of SANCAK RCT which is designed to accommodate various weapons, including the M2 12.7mm/.50 calibre machine gun, Mk19 40mm automatic grenade launcher, M240 7.62 machine gun, and FN MAG58 7.62mm machine gun, thanks to its universal weapon mount. SANCAK 30 RCT, carrying a lightweight, low recoil VENOM LR 30x113mm autocannon with enhanced firepower, is now being showcased at the DSA 2024 FNSS booth. Firing various types of 30x113mm ammunition, VENOM LR produced by AEI Systems proves effective against infantry in the open and behind cover as well as against fortified positions, soft skinned targets, lightly armoured vehicles and drones. SANCAK 30 RCT, equipped with 2-axis stabilization and target tracking systems as well as ballistic protection, therefore provides the necessary firepower to tactical armoured vehicles with high mobility, operating both in open and urbanized terrain.

SANCAK RCT, developed by FNSS as part of the PARS III 8x8 and 6x6 export project, initially became operational within the inventory of the Royal Army of Oman. It was subsequently delivered to Turkish Armed Forces in November 2022, serving as the main firepower of the PARS IV 6x6 Special Operations Vehicle under the 6x6 SSB Mine Resistant Vehicle Supply Project.

This new 30mm configuration is offered to new users both domestically and internationally.

PARS III 6x6 Armoured Fire Support Vehicle

With a maximum combat weight of 25,000 kg, the PARS III 6x6 Armoured Fire Support Vehicle is powered by a diesel engine. Capable of reaching speeds of up to 100 km/h, the vehicle can manoeuvre on a 60% vertical slope and a 30% side slope, climb 0.7 meters high obstacles, and cross 1.75 meters wide trenches.

The vehicle can accommodate up to nine personnel together with their equipment are designed to ensure exceptional payload capacity and drive comfort.

With a range of over 800 km, the PARS III 6x6 Armoured Fire Support Vehicle is equipped with fuel tanks featuring special precautions against explosions and punctures. Additionally, a spare fuel tank is located under the armour for emergency use. Run flats placed inside the wheels enable the vehicle to continue traveling even with flat tires.

The hull of the PARS III 6x6 can be tailored to the desired level of protection thanks to its modular armour systems. Specifically, designed hull form, underbelly structure, base plates, and mine-protected seats provide enhanced protection against high-level of mine threats for the personnel.

The air conditioning system integrated into the PARS III 6x6 offers significant advantages to its users. One notable distinction from its counterparts is its ability to maintain the vehicle's indoor temperature at +25°C, even in tropical climates.

The vehicle is equipped with a 30mm TEBER-II Remote Controlled Turret (RCT) designed by FNSS.

TEBER-II 30/40 Remote Controlled Turret (RCT)

The turret is equipped with a 30mm dual-feed automatic cannon. The existing 30mm gun barrel can be replaced with a 40mm barrel, while preserving the main components and the stock. This adaptable weapon system option enables users to enhance firepower easily and as required. Additionally, a 7.62mm coaxial machine gun is mounted alongside the main gun.

Various anti-tank missile systems can also be seamlessly integrated into the TEBER-II 30/40 RCT system. Two ready-to-fire anti-tank missiles are supported by a fire control system integrated into the turret. This capability enables the vehicle to effectively engage a wide range of threats at distances exceeding four kilometres.

The PARS III 6x6 Armoured Fire Support Vehicle stands out for providing the protection level of mine-protected vehicles used for personnel transport, while also incorporating the capabilities expected from a modern armoured combat vehicle.

The PARS III 6x6 Armoured Fire Support Vehicle is transportable by land, air (A400 M transport aircraft), sea, highways and railways.

FNSS Modernization Programs & ACV-15 ADNAN Enhancement & Life Extension Solution

ACV modernization programs cover upgrade areas such as improvements on mobility, protection, life support systems, mission equipment’s, situational awareness and firepower. Within the scope of the capability enhancement program, the vehicles are being fitted with a new generation remote controlled weapon system with close-range surveillance system, auxiliary power unit, A/C system, automatic fire suppression system, spall liners, driver vision system and navigation system. In addition, necessary engineering efforts are being carried out for the integration of the gunshot detection system. A complete vehicle overhauling including or replacement of engine & transmission is also taking place under the scope of the modernization programs.

All these improvements in reliability and durability aims to increase mission capabilities while minimising maintenance services during operational deployments.

FNSS has a history of success stories about completing modernization programs for over 3,000 vehicles in total, for different armies such as Türkiye, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, USA, Bahrain and The Philippines.




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