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New 20mm Naval Turret unveiled during TADTE 2013 defense show in Taiwan
 
At TADTE 2013, the Chung-Shan institute of science and technology of the Taiwanese Ministry of National Defence unveiled a new short-range automated defense weapon system for naval use called XTR-101.
At TADTE 2013, the Chung-Shan institute of science and technology of the Taiwanese Ministry of National Defence unveiled a new short-range automated defense weapon system for naval use called XTR-101.
 
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Naval Defense News - Taiwan
 
 
 
New 20mm Naval Turret unveiled during TADTE 2013 defense show in Taiwan
 
At TADTE 2013, the Chung-Shan institute of science and technology of the Taiwanese Ministry of National Defence unveiled a new short-range automated defense weapon system for naval use called XTR-101.
     
At TADTE 2013, the Chung-Shan institute of science and technology of the Taiwanese Ministry of National Defence unveiled a new short-range automated defense weapon system for naval use called XTR-101.
The XTR-101 naval turret is armed with one T-75 20mm automatic gun.
     
The new naval turret is armed with one T-75 20mm gun and includes day/night sight mounted on right side of the system.

This short-range automated defense weapon system features precision, maneuverability and fire power. The whole system includes optical imagery identification, target tracking, fire control, fire concentration and accurate servo motors to ensure the system ability of providing “fast, fierce, aggressive precision" fire power and the efficiency of decreasing casualty.

The XTR-101 turret can rotated on 360 ° at a maximum speed of 60 ° per second with an elevation from -15° to 85°.