The Steregushchy class (Russian: стерегущий – “vigilant”) is the newest class of corvette in the Russian Navy. It was designed by the Almaz Central Marine Design bureau. The first ship was designated Project 2038.0 (or 20380) by the Russian Government; subsequent vessels were built to an improved design, Project 20381. At 2,200 tons it is large for a corvette and is designated as a frigate by NATO. Project 20382 “Tigr” is an export variant that has been ordered by Algeria. Project 20385 is another variant.
This type has been further developed into the Gremyashchy-class corvette. Source wikiwand.com
The Steregushchy (530) – Image: deviantart.net
Project 20380 Steregushchy Class corvettes are the new multirole vessels being built by the JSC Severnaya Verf shipyard and Amur Shipbuilding Plant for the Russian Navy. Steregushchy Class corvettes are intended to replace the Grisha Class corvettes.
Project 20381 Soobrazitel’niy Corvette: Here
Steregushchy Class can be deployed in coastal patrol, escort and anti-submarine warfare (ASW) operations. The vessels can engage surface ships, submarines, aircraft and shore-based targets.
The first corvette in its class, Steregushchy, was laid in December 2001 and launched in May 2006. It began sea trials in November 2006, for commissioning into the Baltic fleet in November 2007.
Steregushchy (530) – Image: planobrazil.com
The second ship in class, Soobrazitelny, was laid in May 2003 and launched in March 2010. It was delivered to the Russian Navy in July 2011.
Boyky was laid in July 2010 and launched in April 2011 for the commissioning in 2013. Sovershenny was laid in June 2006. It is expected to be launched in 2013 for the commissioning in 2014. Stoyky was laid in November 2006. It was launched in May 2012 for the commissioning in 2013. Construction of the sixth ship in class, Gromky, began in February 2012.
Gremyashchy-class corvette Project 20385: Here
In June 2011, United Shipbuilding Corporation (USC) signed a contract with Russia’s official weapons exporter Rosoboronexport to supply two new Tiger Class corvettes for the Algerian Navy. Tiger Class is an export variant of the Steregushchy Class corvette.
Project-20382 Tigr-class corvette showcased at Euronaval 2016: Here
Among the most advanced surface combatants are the Project 20382 Tiger-class corvette with the Club-N integrated missile system and vertical launchers, Project 22356 and 11356 frigates being currently supplied to India, Project 22460 offshore patrol vessel, Project 21632 Tornado-class missile ships and their derivatives armed with missile systems. It is expected that foreign navy representatives will take interest in the Amur-1650 and Project 636 non-nuclear submarines equipped with guided missile weapons.
The main missions include protection of territorial waters, exclusive economic zone, continental shelf, offshore areas, naval bases and ports. The Steregushchy class can be deployed in coastal patrol, escort and anti-submarine warfare (ASW) operations, as well as to support amphibious assaults. The corvette can engage surface ships, submarines, aircraft and shore-based targets.
The ship is not an upgrade. The project has been developed practically from scratch by the Almaz Central Marine Design Bureau with over 21 inventions patented and 14 certificates issued for registration of computer programs.
It uses stealth technology. The Steregushchiy-class corvettes have a steel hull and composite material superstructure. The ship’s radar signature is reduced thanks to hull architecture and fire-resistant radar-absorbent fiberglass applied in tophamper’s design.
The modular design allows for space-efficient integration of weapon systems and/or replacement by alternative weapon systems. Source strategic-culture.org
Russia Holds Keel-Laying Ceremony of “Rezky” Corvette at Country’s Far East: Here
Northern Shipyard: Corvette “Retivyi” project 20380 being built: Here
Shipbuilding plant Severnaya Verf (part of JSC “USC”) has completed the formation of Corvette Corps “Retivy” project 20380. Shipbuilders are preparing to load equipment.
Project manager 20380, 20385, 20386 Igor Danilov said that the hull of the ship consists of about one hundred welded sections. Now, on the corvette, the workers are completing the installation of mortars and brackets for the gross lines, in order to proceed with the installation of propeller shafts. Two diesel generators were loaded. Work is underway to prepare the compartments and spaces of the ship for the loading of equipment – the pumping group and air conditioners.
The launch of the “Retivy” corvette is planned for the second quarter of 2019. The transfer of the corvette to military seamen should take place in 2020.
At the moment, the Northern Shipyard is building five corvettes for the Russian Navy: Gremyashchy and Agile (Project 20385), Retvy and Stern (Project 20380), Derzky (Project 20386). The designer of all the corvettes is the CMKB Almaz, a leading developer of surface warships for small and medium displacement.
Project 20380 – 4+6 units
«Severnaya verf`», Sankt-Peterburg – 4+2 units
Amur Shipyard, Komsomolsk-on-Amur – 0+4 units
Geroy Rossiyskoy Federatcii Aldar tcydenzhapov
Steregushchy Class design features
Steregushchy (530) – Image: shipmodels.info
Steregushchy Class was designed by the Almaz Central Marine Design Bureau. The corvette incorporates a steel hull, composite superstructure and a bulbous bow. The hull is divided into nine watertight subdivisions.
The stealthy design significantly reduces the radar signature of the ship. The acoustic, infra-red, magnetic and visual signatures were also reduced by incorporating the stealth technology in the construction of the warship.
Steregushchy Class has an overall length of 105m, width of 13m and draft of 3.7m. Full load displacement of the ship is 2,100t. The vessel can sail at a maximum speed of 27kt. It can complement 100 personnel, including helicopter maintenance crew.
Corvette command and control systems
The Steregushchy Class features Sigma combat information management system. The system collects information from the radars and sensors and provides real-time situational awareness. It also allows the ship to exchange intelligence information with other naval units in the battle-group.
Steregushchy Class weapons and missiles
The Steregushchy Class is armed with a combination of missile systems, including Kh-35 missiles and 3M-54 Klub missiles. Two Kashtan anti-aircraft systems on-board provide close-in air defence against anti-ship missiles, aircraft and small surface targets. Beginning from Soobrazitelny, the new ships in class are being armed with the REDUT-K SAM system, in place of Kashtan system.
(№1001 – 1 3M87-1 «Kortik-M» CIWS module – 8 SAM launchers, 2×6 30 mm (64 9M311 missiles, 12000 rounds)),
Kh-35 anti-ship missiles
The Kh-35E (3M-24E) anti-ship missile is designed to destroy surface warships displacing up to 5,000 tonnes, as well as seagoing transports.
The Kh-35E unified guided missile can be launched from the following platforms:
– Uran-E type ship-borne missile systems;
– Bal-E type mobile coastal missile systems;
– tactical and naval combat aircraft.
The Kh-35E anti-ship missile can be employed in fair and adverse weather conditions at Sea States up to 5-6, by day and night, under enemy fire and electronic countermeasures.
The Kh-35E’s aerodynamic configuration is optimized for high subsonic-speed sea-skimming flight to ensure stealthy characteristics of the missile.
Target acquisition and designation data can be fed into missile’s guidance system from both ship-based and external target data sources.
The missile has low signatures thanks to its small dimensions, sea-skimming capability and a special guidance algorithm ensuring highly secure operational modes of the active radar seeker.
Its ARGS-35E active radar seeker operates in both single- and multiple-missile launch modes, acquiring and locking on targets at a maximum range of up to 20 km.
Missiles, employed in ship-based and land-based missile system, are delivered in sealed transport-launch containers. This ensures proper level of reliability of the system in harsh climatic conditions and low maintenance man-hours required for its servicing on carriers.
|Launch range, km||up to 130|
|Flight altitude, m:|
|at terminal area||about 4|
|Cruise speed, Mach number||0,8|
|Max missile turn angle, ang.deg.:|
|in horizontal plane after launch||+;- 90|
|Missile launch weight, kg:|
|Warhead type||HE penetrator|
|Warnead weight, kg||145|
|length of ship/land-based|
|and heliborne versions||4,4|
|length of airborne version||3,85|
|body diameter, m||0,42|
1 3M87-1 «Kortik-M» CIWS module & 8 SAM launchers
|AA guns||two AO-18KD guns|
|Artillery rounds||1.000 pcs|
|Control system||radar, optronic|
|AA guns||500-4.000 m|
|AA guns||0-3.000 m|
|AA guns: caliber||30 mm|
|total rate of fire||10.000 rds/min|
9M311-1E anti-aircraft missile
|Ammunition: SAM||48/32 missiles|
|Control system||radar, optronic|
|Altitude: SAM||2-6.000 m|
|Weights: missile in the canister||60 kg|
|missile w/o canister||42 kg|
The main gun fitted forward is an Arsenal A-190 100mm naval gun. Two 30mm six-barrelled AK-630M automatic gun mounts are also installed on the vessel. The AK-630M can fire up to 5,000 rounds a minute for a maximum range of 5,000m. Steregushchy is fitted with two quadruple torpedo tubes for Paket-E/NK antitorpedo missile.
A-190 100mm naval gun
100-mm А190 Lightweight Multipurpose Naval Gun is a single-barrel turreted automatic gun that may be installed on ships with the displacement of 500 t and more. Upon the operator’s command the fire control module automatically turns the artillery system to standby or combat-ready position, ensures ammunition selection and feeding, gun laying and firing. As a result, the artillery system has minimum response time and high rate of fire.
Main technical data
|Rate of fire, rpm||up to 80|
|Maximum firing range, km||over 20|
|Elevation, degree||-15 to +85|
|Projectile weight, kg||15,6|
|Number of ready-to-fire rounds||80|
А190 Naval Gun can fire HE (impact fuze) and AA (time fuze) case ammunitions.
The main advantages of А190 system:
– automatic firing mode with main and back-up control means and the capability to operate in EW battlefield environment;
– minimal dead zones when engaging various target types;
– fast reaction (2…5 sec) to counter air threats. Quick shift of fire when engaging multiple targets.
The upgraded version designated as А190-01 provides significant increase in combat effectiveness. High survivability, reliability and combat effectiveness make it possible to operate the gun in various environments day and night all year around. Data burevestnik.com
Steregushchy (530) Image: britmodeller.com
The gun itself is a 6 barrel Gatling gun designated as AO-18. The barrels are in a single block, having exhaust-driven joint automatics. They are belt fed with a flat magazine in the AK-630 and a drum magazine in the AK-630M. These weapons form a part of a complete self-defense system called A-213-Vympel-A, which includes gun, radar, optical and TV control systems. A single MP-123 Vympel system can control two 30 mm guns or one 30 mm and one 57 mm gun. This system can engage air targets at ranges up to 4,000 m (4,400 yards) and surface targets at ranges up to 5,000 m (5,500 yards). The TV control system can detect MTB sized ships at the distance of 75 km (40 nm) and the fighter-size air targets at 7,000 m (7,600 yards). This system is completely automatic and does not require human supervision although it can be directed from optical control posts in case of damage or for firing on shore targets.
6 barrel Gatling gun designated as AO-18
The AK-306 (A-219) system was a modification of the AK-630 (A-213) system for use on light ships, like air cushion craft, ekranoplanes and small displacement motor boats. Externally, there was no difference between AK-306 and AK-630 guns, but internally instead of using the exhaust to power the automatics, the AK-306 (A-219) used electricity. This version also lacked radar control, being only optically guided, hence making it less of a anti-missile weapon and more of a surface-to-surface weapon. The design started in 1974 and the system was accepted into service in 1980. By 1986, 125 systems were in service.
|Date Of Design||1963|
|Date In Service||AK-630: 1976
|Gun Weight||AO-18 (for AK-630): under 452 lbs. (under 205 kg)
AO-18L (for AK-306): 341.7 lbs (155 kg)
GSh-6-30K (for AK-630M1-2): 352.5 lbs. (160 kg)
|Gun Length oa||64.13 in (1.629 m)|
|Bore Length||63.78 in (1.620 m)|
|Rifling Length||57.48 in (1.46 m)|
|Rate Of Fire||AK-630: 4,000 – 5,000 rounds per minute
AK-630M: 4,000 – 5,000 rounds per minute
AK-630M1-2: 10,000 rounds per minute
AK-306: 600 – 1,000 rounds per minute
3M87: 10,000 rounds per minute
Palash: 1,000 rounds per minute
|Weight of Complete Round||1.834 – 1.839 lbs. (0.832 – 0.834 kg)|
|Projectile Types and Weights||HE-FRAG (OF-84) – 0.86 lbs. (0.39 kg)
FRAG tracer (OP-84) – 0.86 lbs. (0.39 kg)
|Bursting Charge||HE-FRAG (OF-84) – 0.107 lbs. (0.0485 kg)
FRAG tracer (OP-84) – 0.026 lbs. (0.0117 kg)
|Projectile Length||up to 11.54 in (293 mm)|
|Muzzle Velocity||All: 2,953 fps (900 mps)
3M87: 2,822 fps (860 mps)
Palash: 3,609 fps (1,100 mps)
|Approximate Barrel Life||AK-630: 8,000 rounds (automation resource)
AK-306: 18,000 rounds
|Ammunition stowage per gun||AK-630: 2,000 rounds
AK-630M: 2,000 rounds
AK-630M1-2: 4,000 rounds
AK-306: 500 rounds
|Elevation||With 1.2 lbs. (0.54 kg) HE/Frag Shell|
|Max Ballistic Range||8,860 yards (8,100 m)|
|Self Liquidation range||5,470 yards (5,000 m)|
|Effective Targeted Range||4,375 yards (4,000 m)|
The AK-630M can fire up to 5,000 rounds a minute for a maximum range of 5,000m. Steregushchy is fitted with two quadruple torpedo tubes for Paket-E/NK anti-torpedo missile.
2 × 4 330 mm torpedo tubes for Paket-NK anti-torpedo/anti-submarine torpedoes
Sensors / radars and helicopter deck
The sensor suite consists of a Furke-E 3D, E/F band air search radar, a Garpun-B/3Ts-25E/Plank Shave surface search radar, Hot Flash radar, Ratep 5P-10E Puma fire control radar and a Monument targeting radar. The corvette is also equipped with a Zarya-ME sonar suite and Vinyetka-EM towed sonar array.
“Furke-E” development NIIRT Concern PVO “Almaz-Antei” The range of radio waves – E Radar detection of the total air and surface targets and target housed in a dome on the top mast.
TTX given in three trim levels radar “Furke-E” (ist. – NIIRT booklet):
|option 1||Option 2||Option 3|
|Range Review||60 km||150 km||60 km|
|Sector Review azimuth||360 degrees||360 degrees||360 degrees|
|Sector review in elevation||6 degrees||4 °||15 degrees|
|Detection range of sea targets||0.95 radio horizon||0.95 radio horizon||0.95 radio horizon|
|The detection range of aerial target with EPR 1 sq.m||60 km||120 km||52/60 km|
|War emergency power|
|Range Review||40 km||150 km||60 km|
|Sector Review azimuth||360 degrees||360 degrees||360 degrees|
|Sector review in elevation||60 degrees||80 degrees||30 degrees|
|Height||15 km||20 km||–|
|The detection range of aerial target with EPR 1 sq.m||30km||75 km||52 km|
|Detection range RCC ESR of 0.02 m at a height of 5 m||10km||12-14 km||12 km|
|Suppression of reflections from a fixed underlying surface||50-55 dB||50-55 dB||50-55 dB|
|Accuracy of coordinate measuring range||50m||50m||50m|
|Accuracy of coordinate measuring azimuth||4-6 points rangefinder||4-6 points rangefinder||3-4 points rangefinder|
|Accuracy of coordinate measuring elevation||8-9 points rangefinder||5-7 points rangefinder||–|
|Range resolution||150-200 m||150-200 m||150-200 m|
|Azimuth discrimination||3.2 degrees||3.2 degrees||2 °|
|Number of simultaneously tracked targets||100||200||50|
|Energy consumption||8 kW||25 kW||7.5 kW|
|Weight of antenna post||420 kg||890 kg||90 kg|
|Weight of the entire radar equipment||1100 kg||2450 kg||860 kg|
|Mean time before failure||850 hours||850 hours||850 hours|
Monument targeting radar
Radar targeting RCC “A Monument” in the radome, combined with the design of the foremast Radar “Monument-E” radar or “Mineral-ME” or active phased array radar Seastar Thales (X band) – See diagram below it is within the main mast.
|Type: Radar||Altitude Max: 3048 m|
|Range Max: 74.1 km||Altitude Min: 0 m|
|Range Min: 0.2 km||Generation: Early 2010s|
|Properties: Track While Scan (TWS), Pulse Doppler Radar (Full LDSD Capability)|
|SENSORS / EW:|
|Monument A – Radar
Role: Radar, Target Indicator, 3D Surface-to-Air & Surface-to-Surface
Max Range: 74.1 km
Ratep 5P-10E Puma fire control radar
Puma 5P-10 fire control radars in the center of the picture before the main mast above the dome – control radar for the 100 mm gun and 2 illuminators for the Palash CIWS on top of the bridge before the main mast
Control and guidance – OMS “Puma” 5P-10 TV sighting (export version – 5P-10E) with radar and external opto-electronic module based on a gyro-stabilized platform GOES-140. Developed in KB “Amethyst”. The automatic control and monitoring. The system can simultaneously track the target 4-fire with automatic generation of data on the two most threatening of them. On TFR pr. 20380 set modification MSA 5P-10-02 without channel target detection (antenna under the radome of the antenna structure of the post).
Target detection range – up to 60 km
– Air purpose – to 5 seconds
– surfaced / Coast goal – 10-15 seconds
the transfer of fire to the next target in a stream – up to 1 sec
|Tracking mode operation range:|
|by distance||up to 60 km|
|by elevation||up to 85 deg.|
|by azimuth||±200 degrees|
|360° surveillance mode operation range:|
|by distance||not less than 30 km|
|by elevation||up to 35 deg.|
|by azimuth||360 deg.|
|from the beginning of automatic tracking till fire readiness||not more than 3 s|
|when transferring fire to a 6°x3° sector||not more than 1 s|
|Combat crew||2 persons|
|total||not more than 3700 kg|
|including antenna post||not more than 2100 kg|
Puma 5P-10 agat.ru
Bulbous bow Zarya-M (Zarya-ME for export) suite, bow mounted
The Zarya-ME surface ship sonar system is designed for undersea and surface targets detection to enable underwater weapon application and navigation security.
- submarines and surface ships detection in hydrolocation mode by hall-mounted, towed and dipping antenna arrays;
- detection of torpedoes, submarines and surface ships in the listening mode by hall-mounted, towed and dipping antenna arrays;
- automatic target tracking, localization and motion parameters determination, and targeting to underwater weapons;
- objects classification into submarine, surface ship, torpedo and decoy classes;
- torpedoes detection in the active mode;
- hydroacoustic communications with submarines and surface ships, and identification “friend-or-foe”;
- monitoring of sonar background noise;
- continuous automatic system’s functional testing and location.
Zarya-ME family sonars share a typical structure, differing only in array dimensions and number of hardware components on a particular ship project. Such unification is obtained thanks to the use of multiprocessor computers, standard color displays, as well as sonar management assets.
Zarya-ME sonar modifications are installed on ships of small, medium and large displacement.
2 x MR-231-2 navigational radars
PAL-N Navigation Radar
PAL-N SHIP NAVIGATION RADAR STATION
NRLS “PAL-N” is intended for the circular radar review, detection, an identification and automaintenance of the found surface purposes with development of recommendations on a safe divergence and tactical maneuvering
Tactical technical characteristics
- The scale of scales of range, miles—————————————0,5; 1; 2; 4; 8; 16; 32; 64
- Maximum range of detection, miles:
on BPK (s = 5500 sq.m)—————————————————16
on the boat (s = 300 sq.m)————————————————–6
- Simultaneous automaintenance, the purposes————————–50
on range, m———————————————————20
on an azimuth, degrees—————————————————-1
- Type of antenna system————————————————-ruporno-slot-hole
- Pomekhozashchita from inadvertent hindrances——————————–is provided
- Time of continuous work, hour————————————————-24
- Power of electricity consumption, kW——————————-1,5 ¸ 3
- Structure of fighting calculation————————————————————-2
- Combination of antenna system of Gos.opoznavaniya with the NRLS antenna system.
- Possibility of imposing of radar information of the circular review on a digital sea chart of this navigation area.
- The increased reserve of own radiation.
- The increased accuracy of determination of angular coordinate – 1 etc.
MTK-201ME Multipurpose TV shipborne system
The MTK-201ME multipurpose TV shipborne system is designed to surveillance air and surface situation in the ships and boats for all types of defense of self-defense zones, ship`s navigational safety and weapons control.
- automated and manual search of air, surface and coastal targets, including pinpoint, autonomous or according to targeting;
- visual detection, recognition and identification by operator of air, surface and coastal targets at round-the-clock;
- automatic, automated and manual tracking of targets, including high-speed;
- measuring of targets distance and angle coordinates, the computation of motion parameters;
- visual (thermal imaging and television), the coordinate and calculated data transmission in ship’s information systems and radar fire-control systems;
- shipboard helicopters position and trajectory control during takeoff and landing, as well as monitoring of premises within the ship.
The system provides the fire-control of one or two artillery units simultaneously visually observed targets.
- multi-sensor gyrostabilised turret;
- digital progressive scanning TV black and white, and color cameras;
- thermal imager 8-12 m;
- lasers range-finders, 1.06 m and 1.54 m;
- electronic units including auto tracker, video processor, and control units.
Steregushchy Class has a stern helicopter deck and hangar, to support the operations of a Ka-27 helicopter for use in reconnaissance and anti-submarine missions.
Countermeasures and propulsion of the Russian Naval vessels
The countermeasures equipment includes a TK-25E-5 ECM system and PK-10E decoy system. The TK-25E-5 can tap emissions of air and surface target acquisition radars, fire control radars and ASM radar seekers.
TK-25E-5 ECM system
TK-25E-5 ECM system is designed to intercept emissions of airborne and shipborne tar-get acquisition radars, weapons control radar sand anti-ship missile radar seekers, to perform automatic signal classification, to determine most dangerous approaches of attacks against the ship, and to provide jamming in threat directions.TK-25E-5’s configuration depends on carrier-ship type and displacement. (scribd.com)
PK-10E is equipped with a KT-216-E launch system, firing AZ-SO-50/AZ-SOM-50 rounds to deceive radar and optically guided incoming missiles.
Countermeasures: 4 x PK-10 decoy launchers, 4 x PU CT-216
These rockets are designed to protect small, medium and large displacement ships against guided weapons at close ranges by setting up distracting decoy targets. The rockets are launched from the KT-216 launcher of the PK-10 shipboard system.
The following three types of the caliber rockets are developed and series produced:
- SR-50 radar jamming rocket;
- SO-50 optronic jamming rocket;
- SK-50 combined jamming rocket.
|Payload type||chaff||IR, laser||chaff, IR, laser|
|Operating temperature range, ° C||from -40 to +50|
Steregushchy Class corvettes are powered by a combined diesel and diesel (CODAD) propulsion system.
The four 16D49 diesel engines develop a total power output of 23,320hp. Four diesel sets on-board generate 2,520kW electricity for shipboard lighting.
The engines are installed on damped platforms and the diesel gen sets are hooked to the second deck to achieve noise abatement.
4 diesel and 2 reducers Interview with chief designer of factory “Kolomna” Valery Ryzhoviesel mod 16D49 6000 hp AC and gearboxes / reverse RDD-12000 (set up)
The propulsion system provides a maximum speed of 27kt and a cruising range of 4,000mi at 14kt speeds. Steregushchy Class has an endurance of 15 days.
Main material source: naval-technology.com
Updated Oct 12, 2017
|Builders:||·Severnaya Verf·Komsomolsk Shipyard|
|Operators:||· Russian Navy· Algerian National Navy|
|Preceded by:||Grisha class|
|Succeeded by:||Gremyashchy class|
|Subclasses:||·Project 2038.2 Tigr (export)·Project 2038.5 (domestic)|
|Cost:||US$120-150m (est. for Tigr)|
|Built:||2001 – current|
|In service:||2007 – current|
|Class & type:||Project 2038.0 (2038.1)|
|Displacement:||·Standard: 1,800 tons·Full: 2,200 tons|
|Length:||104.5 m (343 ft)|
|Beam:||11.6 m (38 ft)|
|Draught:||3.7 m (12 ft)|
|Installed power:||AC 380/220V, 50 Hz, 4 x 630 kw diesel genset|
|Propulsion:||2 shaft CODAD, 4 Kolomna 16D49 diesels 23,664 hp (17.6 MW)|
|Speed:||27 kn (50 km/h; 31 mph)|
|Range:||3,800 nmi (7,000 km; 4,400 mi) at 14 kn (26 km/h; 16 mph)|
|·Air search radar: Furke 2 (Furke-E, Positiv-ME1, SMILE Thales for export)·Surface search radar: Granit Central Scientific Institute Garpun-B/3Ts-25E/PLANK SHAVE radar
·Monument targeting radar
·Fire control radar: Ratep 5P-10E Puma for A-190
·Sonar: Zarya-M (Zarya-ME for export) suite, bow mounted. Vinyetka low frequency active/passive towed array
·Navigation: GORIZONT-25 integrated navigation system
|·EW Suite: TK-25E-5 ECM·Countermeasures: 4 x PK-10 decoy launchers|
|Armament:||·1 × 100mm A-190 Arsenal or 130mm A-192 naval gun·1 × Kashtan CIWS-M (Project 20380)
·2 × 4 Uran Kh-35 (SS-N-25)
·12 × Redut VLS cells (Project 20381)
·2 × AK-630М CIWS
·2 × 4 330mm torpedo tubes for Paket-NK (Paket-NK/E for export) anti-torpedo/anti-submarine torpedoes
·2 × 14.5mm MTPU pedestal machine guns
|Aircraft carried:||Hangar for Ka-27 Helicopter|