Lindo cañon de 20- 30 mm naval

[SIZE=+2]Naval Optronic Stabilized Weapon Platforms[/SIZE]

TYPHOON is based on a lightweight, highly accurate, stabilized pedestal which can accommodate a variety of weapons for a wide spectrum of missions. TYPHOON is easily integrated on new or existing platforms and integrated with other on-board systems. No deck penetration or special adjustments are required. TYPHOON may be operated independently, using an on-mount sight, or it can be slaved to an Electro-Optical Detector (EOD) or Fire Control Radar (FCR). TYPHOON provides fully independent fire control computations with no need for external systems. It is designed for autonomous operation or as an integral part of the combat system.​

Typhoon - Naval Optronic Stabilized Weapon Platform

  • High hit and kill probability​
  • Day and night operation​
  • Stabilized and highly accurate​
  • Remote and local operation​
  • Built-in Fire Control Computer​
  • Simple operation with high reliability​
  • No deck penetration​
  • Lightweight and compact​
  • Low maintenance costs​
  • Embedded training capability​

Typhoon GSA
Gun and Surface to Air Missile Launchers​
Typhoon DSA
Mounting Decoys and Surface to Air Missiles Launchers​
Typhhon GS
Gun and Surface to Surface (Spike-ER) Missiles​
Typhoon G​

Typhoon-G with 20mm gun​

Typhoon-G with 23mm gun​

Typhoon-G with 25mm gun​
Exceptional stabilization, combined with highly accurate fire control - all this, and more, is incorporated in the TYPHOON G. The result is unprecedented high hit/kill probabilities at stand-off ranges, both day and night. The TYPHOON G can be operated independently using its own ICCD or FLIR camera, or slaved to an on-board Electro-Optical Director (EOD), maximizing the accuracy of long-range target engagement. It can be operated from its own console or with standard consoles linked to the ship's Command & Control System. Built-in and independent Fire Control Computer (FCC) receives Line-of-Sight (LOS) input, providing Line-of-Fire (LOF) output. Optimized for use as a main weapon system for small and medium sized boats, as well as secondary armament for large vessel applications.

Operational in several navies around the world, TYPHOON G has demonstrated outstanding success in combat engagements.​
Main Features:

  • High reliability and availability​
  • Effective for surface and air targets, mine detonation​
  • Suitability for a wide range of naval guns, up to 30 mm caliber​
  • Day and night operation for tactical flexibility​
  • Stand-off engagement ranges​
  • Withstands harsh naval conditions, ideal for exposed decks​
  • Incorporated BIT​
  • Low maintenance requirements and costs​
  • Simple operation, ergonomic design, based on operational experience​
  • Compact, lightweight​
  • Simple integration - no deck penetration or physical adaptation required​
  • Cost effective​
  • An Integrated Automatic Video Tracker​
Cannon type:
ATK, Oerlikon, Mauser, Giat, 20-30 mm

Stabilization accuracy:
0.25 mrad

On-mount ammunition:
160-210 rounds (depending on caliber)

On-mount video camera:

Fire sectors:
Traverse +/- 120° Elevation -12.5° -- +40.5°

Weapon station weight:
690-750 kg. (including gun)​

Typhoon with two Spike-ER missiles​
Typhoon-G with Toplite EO System​

Toplite - Multi-Sensor Optronic Payload​
Typhoon and Toplite on Australian Patrol Boats​

July 7, 2005

The Australian Ministry of Defense launched its new Armidale Class patrol boats last week outfitted with the Typhoon naval stabilized gun mount produced jointly by Rafael Armament Development Authority Ltd and General Dynamics Land Systems and the Toplite targeting payload produced by RAFAEL. The Armidales will be used to protect the northern coasts of Australia.​
Defence Minister Robert Hill said that the gun mounts and the Toplite electro-optic targeting system will provide the new patrol boats with the most advanced capabilities.​
The Typhoon is a remote-controlled, lightweight, naval stabilized weapon station designed for medium-sized cannons (20-30mm).​
The Toplite is a highly stabilized, multi-sensor, electro-optic targeting & observation payload used in the search and tracking of naval and airborne targets during the day, at night and in all weather conditions. The Toplite originates from the well-known Litening navigation and targeting pod.​
The Typhoon and Toplite systems have been sold to numerous countries around the world including the US Navy and the Israeli Navy has a great deal of experience with both systems.​
The Typhoon weapon station, combined with the Toplite electro-optic targeting payload, is the most effective, operational solution for terrorist threats and for the protection of naval forces.​
Saar 5 with Typhoon-G​

Saar - Class Missile Boat
Saar 4.5 with Typhoon-G​

Super Dvora Mk. 2 with Typhoon-G​

Super Dvora Mk. II - Class Fast Patrol Boat​

Dvora - Class Fast Patrol Boat (Walk Around)​
Super Dvora Mk. 3 with Typhoon-G​
Shaldag Mk. 2 with Typhoon-G​
United Defense Partners With Rafael
to Win US Navy Contract For Weapon Station
June 9, 2004​
United Defense Industries, Inc (NYSE:UD) together with RAFAEL Armament Development Authority Ltd, has won a contract for the Mk 38 Mod 2 Machine Gun System to be provided to the US Navy. The contract, with value up to $395.5 million, will cover the production, engineering, support and spares for the system and is intended to upgrade the Navy's surface combatant ships for self-protection purposes.​
The winning system is based on RAFAEL's TYPHOON - a family of naval stabilized gun and weapon systems. The TYPHOON has exceptionally high hit and kill probability and is remotely operated from under the deck thus making it the weapon of choice for Anti-Terror/Force Protection (AT/FP) task. The TYPHOON is capable of acquiring targets and engaging them autonomously or through the ship's combat systems. The high accuracy and lethality of the TYPHOON is achieved through the utilization of high stabilization, together with Electro-Optical director – RAFAEL's TOPLITE.​
The TYPHOON has been operationally proven and the weapon of choice for several navies worldwide. Recently the TYPHOON has been selected by the Royal Australian navy for its new Armidale-class patrol boats.​
United Defense will receive orders for the MK 38 Mod 2 Machine Gun Systems through 2010 and will work together on the development and production with RAFAEL. David Zait, Corporate VP and General Manager Systems Division at RAFAEL says that "This contract is an important achievement for us, combining the reputation of United Defense as the main naval gun integrator in the US with the superior technology of the TYPHOON weapon station." RAFAEL is hopeful that further orders for its naval weapon stations will be forthcoming from other naval agencies in the US.​
According to Keith Howe, Vice President and General Manager of United Defense Armament Systems Division, in a statement released by UD yesterday, "The Navy has an urgent need to improve the lethality and effectiveness of its ship self-protection systems. Through the competitive source selection process, the Navy has gotten the best of both worlds – an exceptional weapon at a great price."​
RAFAEL’s MINI-TYPHOON is a lightweight stabilized and remotely operated machine gun system, specially designed for fast maneuvering patrol boats. The system provides day and night observation, operation, and accurate firing capability.

The MINI-TYPHOON weapon station has several modes of operation, including: Independent, Slave (to Radar, EOD, CMS, etc.), Manual, Service and Home.

The MINI-TYPHOON system is based on experience accumulated by RAFAEL in the design and development of naval stabilized weapon systems, such as the combat proven TYPHOON Gun System and DAFCO, the Detection, Acquisition and Fire Control system for medium caliber naval guns, both in operational use by various navies worldwide.​

Mini Typhoon - Naval Optronic Stabilized Weapon Platform​
Main Features and Benefits:

  • High hit and kill probabilities​
  • Advanced stabilization and fire control computer​
  • Day, night, and adverse weather operation​
  • Built-in Auto-Tracker​
  • High reliability and availability​
  • Single, compact console to control all operations​
  • Simple operation incorporating automatic facilities​
  • Advanced man-machine interface​
  • Designed to withstand harsh naval environmental conditions​
  • All electric driven system​
  • Built-In Test (BIT)​
  • Lightweight​

Machine gun type:
Browning 0.5”, MPMG 7.62mm, 40mm Grenade Launcher

Stabilization accuracy:
0.5mrad (RMS)

On-mount ammunition:

Up-to 230 rounds (depends on gun caliber)

On-mount camera:


Weapon station weight:

140-170kg (depends on gun caliber)

110/220 VAC or 24 VDC
Mini-Typhoon SSM​
RAFAEL's MINI-TYPHOON SSM is a stabilized, remotely operated, compact machine gun and missile system, optimized for naval operations and environment. The system provides full day/night capability for target engagement.

The MINI-TYPHOON SSM weapon station maximizes the capabilities of a fully stabilized, automated machine gun with the highly accurate, state-of-the-art SPIKE LR surface-to-surface missile system in order to provide a flexible, reliable, high probability of kill solution for all types of naval vessels.

The MINI-TYPHOON SSM is based on experience accumulated by RAFAEL in the design and development of stabilized weapon systems, such as the combat-proven TYPHOON gun system, as well as RAFAEL's long standing experience as an integrated missile house.​
Super Dvora Mk. 3 with Mini-Typhoon​

Protector with Mini-Typhoon​

Protector - Unmanned Naval Patrol Vehicle
New Zealand Improves ANZAC
Force Protection With Mini-Typhoon​
The Royal New Zealand Navy (RNZN) is to fit the Mini-Typhoon remote-controlled weapon station aboard its two ANZAC frigates HMNZS Te Kaha and HMNZS Te Mana.

A contract for the system, valued at about USD3.5 million, was placed with Rafael, Israel’s Armament Development Authority, in December 2006. Installation is planned to be undertaken on Te Mana in late 2007 and Te Kaha and early 2008.

According to the RNZN, the service is procuring the Mini-Typhoon system to enhance protection capability against fast inshore attack craft (FIACs) and other surface threats. follows recent operational experience in the Arabian Gulf, in support of Operation ‘Enduring Freedom’, which highlighted a gap in layered defence in the surface domain.

Mini-Typhoon consists of three principal subsystems: the stabilised weapon station itself, based on a 0.50cal machine gun; the TopLite electro-optical director (combining TV and infrared cameras and an eyesafe laser rangefinder in an above-decks sensor head); and a main control panel fitted in the operations room. The intended RNZN configuration for its ANZAC frigates comprises two Mini-Typhoon weapon stations and a single TopLite director per ship.

According to the RNZN, the new system will provide “for force protection from FIACs and is a piracy deterrent, whilst also providing an enhanced passive surveillance capability, including range detection and fire control solution generation”. It adds: “Mini-Typhoon can detect, identify, warn off, engage, neutralise and destroy threats. All this is achieved independently of existing ship’s systems, adding another layer of redundancy and enhancing protection and survivability characteristics.”

The RNZN’s decision to acquire Mini-Typhoon follows in the footsteps of the Royal Australian Navy, which has already fitted the system to Adelaide-class and ANZAC-class frigates deployed to the Gulf theatre. Aboard RAN ANZAC ships, two Mini-Typhoon weapon stations are installed port and starboard on the aft edge of the hangar roof, with two TopLite electro-optical directors fitted on tripod masts above the bridge and on the hangar roof. Twin consoles and associated display units are fitted in the ship’s operations room.​

Me pareceria interesante dotar a todas las Meko de un montaje de este tipo mixto (cañon/misilAA) por banda, como sistema antiterrorista y como montaje auxiliar autonomo, con generador propio.Para tener algun sistema independiente en caso de falla del sistema principal del buque.Saludos.
Con municion ABM y un par de misiles guiados IR (como Mistral), hasta podrian usarse como on CIWS de ultimo recurso.

Una pieza de similar concepto a la israeli pero de procedencia alemana y 27 mm de calibre ya dota a la mayor parte de los buques de la marina germana y se rumorea con fuerte insistencia equipara a los buques de la Armada española.

aca se hizo una demostracion en una jormeko creo de un sistema parecido era este en base al mauser de 27mm???.... habia causado una buena impresion el bicho!!

Se me chispotoe... Gracias por la correcion...
HAAAA!!! TE AGARRE EN UNA!!! jejejejjeejeje:rofl::rofl:
y al fin y al cabo son de la familia asi que no erraste tampoco...
y si el montaje ese no estaria mal para las Dabur