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The strv 122b+ is a technology demonstrator produced by IBD Deisenroth and their subsidiary Åkers krut protection AB. It uses 4th generation armour to increase the protection and the area it covers alot but only increasing the weight by 350kg and with maintaining a width of 4m. The armour package was based of the armour of the 2A4 Evolution. it was finnished in late 2010 and was unveiled in a press release on the 20th december 2010.

 

History

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Before a potential international mission, the question has been asked whether the ballistic protection, including the improved mine protection on Strv 122B, is effective enough to meet the asymmetric threat that currently prevails in several of the world's battlefields where fighting in urban areas is also an important component. to consider. The threats to a tank that today must be taken very seriously (in addition to the conventional threats) are the threats from various types of hand-held AT weapons (type RPG), the threats from the striking EFPs (projectile-forming RSV) and the threats from all the home-made explosive devices that go under the collective term IED. FMV therefore had a prototype of a further developed Strv 122B developed in 2010, in which the tanks's ballistic protection was extended to withstand more threats than those painted by the threat picture in the early 1990s. Prior to this development of an improved protection package, the conditions were that the total weight of the tank should not increase further as far as possible and also that the tank's width of 4 m should be kept unchanged given the mobility required by the urban environment. The assignment again went to Åkers Krutbruk Protection AB, which in collaboration with its owner IBD developed a new protection solution that could meet this diversified threat picture and which only increased the total weight of the trolley by 350 kg. The starting point was the work done with safety improvements on the Leopard 2 A4 and which under the name "Evolution" was shown at the French defense equipment exhibition Eurosatory in June 2010.

 

Specifications

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Crew: 4

Engine: MTU MB 873-Ka 501(1500hp)

Drivetrain:  RENK AG HSWL 354

Length: 9.74 m(7.73 m without gunbarrel)

Width: 4 m

Height: 2.99 m

Weight: 65.5 Tons

Turret Traverse: 40°/s

Main armament: 120mm rheinmetall L/44(ammo 42+1)

Can use all Nato standard ammo including higher preasure ammo made for l55 guns due to reenforced recoil system

Secondary armament: 2x 7.62 mm ksp 94(ammo 6500)

Smoke: 8X GALIX 80.5mm dischargers(8 ready+8 extra)

 

 

Pictures of it

 

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Swedish STRV-122B with add-on side armour.: TankPorn

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sources:

http://www.ointres.se/2011-03-18_pansar_strv122b.pdf

http://www.ointres.se/strv_121_och_strv_122.htm

http://www.doppeladler.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=2371

https://web.archive.org/web/20110717150612/http://www.ibd-deisenroth-engineering.de/news.html

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Open for discussion. :salute:

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On 10/07/2021 at 03:37, TheNexonRegime said:

They need more back ups! +1

backup? this thing has even better armour than the normal strv 122a/b

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Very intriguing suggestion, however. I think you’ll have to give more information of the vehicle itself. As it lacks in some aspects. Especially it’s improved protection it has. But in general, a reasonable suggestion.
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23 hours ago, Lurking_Eyes said:

Very intriguing suggestion, however. I think you’ll have to give more information of the vehicle itself. As it lacks in some aspects. Especially it’s improved protection it has. But in general, a reasonable suggestion.
+1 

we dont know the effective armour exept that its better than the old composite of the strv 122

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On 13/07/2021 at 23:17, BlinMachine11 said:

Didn't put much effort into this one, did you?
No offense.

i was very tired and got anoyed at all of the pictures that dident work

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On 14/07/2021 at 20:11, Lurking_Eyes said:

Very intriguing suggestion, however. I think you’ll have to give more information of the vehicle itself. As it lacks in some aspects. Especially it’s improved protection it has. But in general, a reasonable suggestion.
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Beacause it uses armour that is based of the 2a4 evolution(same as on the leo2pl) we could extrapolate that it has the same modifiers for ke and ce. most of the armour is the same thickness and we can calculate the thicknes of the ones that we dont know the exact thickness(such as the side armour, lower plate and side turret)

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9 hours ago, xxlightsabrexx said:

+1, Sweden desperately needs more 16K SL repair cost DM-33 Firing 11.0 MBTs.

the difference is this thing would be even more armoured, the composite is more effective it covers the side and lower plate so it would be easily the best armoured tank in the game

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18 hours ago, strv122 said:

the difference is this thing would be even more armoured, the composite is more effective it covers the side and lower plate so it would be easily the best armoured tank in the game

Ohh? I thought the Blocks are like the PSO blocks on the Ariete that only provide protection against shaped charges and IEDs for urban environments ergo,not very useful from a gameplay perspective.

 

 

That's good to know.

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2 hours ago, xxlightsabrexx said:

Ohh? I thought the Blocks are like the PSO blocks on the Ariete that only provide protection against shaped charges and IEDs for urban environments ergo,not very useful from a gameplay perspective.

 

 

That's good to know.

yep, its not era its nera just like the old strv 122

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이 탱크의 더 많은 사진 +1

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This IED protect armor kit(AMAP) is same than Leopard 2 evolution's kit. (same thickness too).
Thus, this armor kit can defend against 35mm APFSDS from the flanks.
Naturally, this armor increases flank CE.

 

IBD's report:https://drive.google.com/file/d/1t3u_4j4cX6DT28IMwDJTesbFJBfZEsjO/view?usp=sharing

 

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6 hours ago, xxlightsabrexx said:

Are the optics changed at all for the gunner?

No

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I add my support. For me, I really need at least 3 top-tier tanks with exceptional frontal armor (can stop DM-33 or even DM-43) as enough motivation to grind through a tech tree. The Russian has been the only tech tree to offer this so far with the T-80 BVM, T-90A, T72B3, and T-80U. On top of that, they have a great tank destroyer in the Khrizantema-S. Now Sweden is really close with the Strv 122A and Strv 122B. They have even stronger armor than the Russians, but I need at least 3 tanks at that armor level or even better to be convinced. A great tank destroyer at VI or VII would be even more motivation! So if they add this tank, sign me up for the Swedish tech tree!

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