Mini Typhoon

Manufacturer: RAFAEL Armament Development Authority Ltd.  
Product type: Turrets  
Name: Remote controlled weapon station  

The Mini-Typhoon is a lightweight, remote-controlled naval stabilized gun system for day and night operation. The system utilizes small caliber gun such as 0.5 Machine Gun and can be easily integrated on any vessel.

RAFAEL Mini Typhoon systems are available for naval, coast-guard and homeland security applications.

Main Features and Benefits:

  • High hit and kill probabilities

  • Advanced stabilization and fire control computer

  • Day, night, and adverse weather operation

  • High reliability and availability

  • Single, compact console controls all operations

  • Built-in Auto-Tracker

  • Simple operation incorporating automatic facilities

  • Advanced man-machine interface

  • All electric driven system

  • Built-In Test (BIT)

  • Lightweight

Technical Specifications

  • 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: CCD/ICCD/FLIR

  • Weapon station weight: 140-170kg (depends on gun caliber)

  • 110/220 VAC or 24 VDC

Property Value
Ammunition of the main gun
Weight (kg)
Main weapon caliber (mm)

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