Ammunition Load: 40
Caliber Multiple: 55
Ground Clearance: 0.45 meter
Height: 2.40 meter
Length: 10.8 meter
Main Gun Caliber: 120 millimeter
Width: 3.60 meter
Fording Depth: 5 meter
Max Range: 450 kilometer
Power: 1,500 hp (1,119 kW)
Cross Country Speed: 50 kph (13.9 mps)
Top Speed: 70 kph (19.4 mps)
Combat Weight: 55 ton
The TN1215 Lumberwolf, formerly known as the HFAT or Hundredstar Future Attack Tank, is a Medium Battle Tank (MeBT) designed to meet future requirements of the Hundredstarn Army. It is powered by a compact GACO-Radimes Machinery Ltd 1,500-hp diesel engine and armed with a 120mm 55 calibers smoothbore gun with and auto-loading system which reduces the tank's crew to three persons. The tank carries 40 120mm rounds and secondary armament includes a 12.7mm machine gun and a 7.62mm machine gun. A target auto-tracking system, electric gun and turret drive system, fully compatibility with digitized battlefield, advanced armor, active and passive protection systems, and warning systems for improved survivability have been introduced in the TN1215 main battle tank. The fire control system includes a Extremely High Frequency (EHF) radar as well as electro-optical (laser rangefinder and thermographic camera) sensors. The K2's tank fire control system can track a target at a distance of 9.8 kilometers.
The TN1215 includes a 20 kW auxiliary power unit (APU) to safeguard selected tactical and operational tank functionalities in the area of sensor systems and communication systems when the primary power pack is shut off. Besides, the APU allows using programmable 120mm rounds when the primary power pack is also shut off. Modular armor will allow the new Lumberwolf to adapt to different mission requirements.
The GRM-1500HJ diesel engine was developed by GACO-Radimes Machinery Ltd to meet the requirements of Hundredstar's Lumberwolf main battle tank. The baseline engine has 1,500shp of power and the latest variant 1,800shp.
The GACO - Arix Arsenal (G-AA) SentinelGuard is a family of low weight remote controlled weapon station designed for installation on a wide variety of armored vehicles ranging from the Puma all protected vehicle to the Wizard wheeled armored personnel carrier. These weapon station stations can be equipped with either machine guns (7.62mm or 12.7mm) or automatic grenade launchers (AGLs). Its gyro stabilization system allows very accurate and controlled weapon firing, even while moving through rough terrain at high speed.
The RobustUmbrella Mk I is a four-face distributed phased array Pulse Doppler radar designed to detect and automatically track Anti-Tank Rockets (ATRs), Anti-Tank Guided Missiles (ATGMs) and Tank Rounds. It has been designed for installation on Armored Fighting Vehicles (AFVs), Medium Battle Tanks (MeBTs), Armored Personnel Carriers (APCs), and other Surveillance and Reconnaissance Vehicles, including trucks and jeeps. The RobustUmbrella Mk I radar is capable of detection and identification of a potential threat. The radar provides early warning to the AFV crew, indicates accurate 3D direction of the threat, calculates Time-To-Impact (TTI) and automatically and timely activates reaction systems for protection of the AFV. It can be integrated with any soft-kill and hard-kill counter measures designed to protect the AFVs.