CV9030N Mk. III

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CV9030N Mk. III

Light tank

ARMAMENT
1x 30mm Bushmaster II cannon
2x 7.62mm FN MAG
Protector RWS 12.7 mm from Kongsberg Group
Smoke grenade launchers

TECHNICAL DATA
Engine: Scania DSI 14 litres or DSI 16, V8 Diesel, 810 hp 2300 Nm
Power/weight: 24.1 hp/tonne
Transmission: Automatic
Suspension: torsion bar
Operational range: 320 km
Maximum speed: 70 km/h
Number built: Over 1.000
Mass: 35 tonnes
Length: 6.55 m
Width: 3.1 m
Height: 2.7 m
Crew: 3 (commander, gunner, driver)
8 troopers
Rubber Tracks

Upgrades/modifications

  • There is more and smarter armor ring in the new wagons
  • The extra protection and other new equipment mean that the new CV90 MK III has increased nine tonnes in weight, from 26 to 35 tonnes, compared to today’s MK in
  • The diesel engine is also upgraded so that the power/weight ratio is still 17 kW/h
  • Norway was also the first nation to use rubber belts in this weight class
  • The 30-millimeter machine cannon is retained, but it is assisted by far better sensors, sights and upgraded towers
  • In addition, the manual machine gun is following the cannon, replaced by an electric coaxial machine gun
  • At the top is the Protector Weapon Station (RWS) from Kongsberg which can be equipped with 12.7 mm machine gun or 40 mm grenade thrower
  • A part of the “combat car project” was about “reuse”: The 103 CV90 towers were upgraded with a new feed and supplemented with seven new ones, so it was 110 CV90 MK III with towers. In addition, the hulls from 34 wagons were reused on towerless variants.

Protector RWS Kongsberg Group
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Protector RWS is a remote-controlled weapon station, which is produced by Kongsberg Defense Systems, which has taken it over from the original developer, which was Norwegian Vinghøg. and further developed it significantly.

there is a lot of history attached to this

HISTORY
Designer: Hägglunds/Bofors
Manufacturer: BAE Systems AB

In the 1980s, Hägglund and Bofors developed a new armored personnel carrier for the Swedish defense as a replacement for a number of other types then in use.

This vehicle was designated CV9040 and is currently in active use in the Swedish Armed Forces (2005). when the Norwegian Armed Forces were to acquire new armored personnel carriers in the late 1980s, the CV9040 was one of the competitors.

After a number of modifications to meet the Norwegian requirements, the CV9030 emerged, and this vehicle was chosen by the Norwegian armed forces

This wagon was chosen as the new assault wagon for the cavalry in 1993. the wagon was to partially replace NM 135 wagons in the cavalry’s assault formations, but mostly they were added to the existing ones for a long time. The first wagon came to Norway in 1993 and in 1996-97 we received 3 more, the remaining 100 wagons were delivered in 1998

Norway was the very first export customer of the Mk,1 variant, followed 4 years later by Finland and switserland who purchased the Mk. 2.

Norway is the first nation to use rubber tracks on the Mk. III. rubber tracks gives better mobility, less vibrations and noise, making the environment better for the crew and increases acceleration as well as reduce the fuel usage.

144 wagons were ordered in June 2012 and they were delivered from September 2015.

These wagons are referred to as CV90 Mkiiib. These have the third generation of electronic architecture, which then allows sharing of sensor data. This also provides support for integrated drones. The unmanned weapon station Protector RWS on top is the most visible change on the new and old upgraded Stormpanservogner

30x173mm AMMUNITION

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  • HEI/HEI-T
    -Caliber: 30 mm × 173
    -High Explosive/Incendiary rounds suitable for anti-materiel/anti-personnel
    -Projectile weight: Approx. 378 g
    -Muzzle velocity: 1,100 m/s
    -Max. dispersion Typical H&V deviation: < 0.5 mils
    -Penetration: N/A
    -Tracer: > 4 p
    -Service temperature: -46°C to +63°C

  • HEI/SD & HEI-T/SD
    -Caliber: 30 mm × 173
    -High Explosive/Incendiaryrounds suitable for anti-matériel/anti-personnel
    -Projectile weight: Approx. 363 g
    -Muzzle velocity: 1,100 m/s
    -Max. dispersion Typical H&V deviation: < 0.5 mils
    -Penetration: N/A
    -Tracer/self-destruction: > 4 s/Between 4 s and 9 s
    -Service temperature: -46°C to +63°C

  • SAPHEI/SD & SAPHEI-T/SD
    -Caliber: 30 mm × 173
    -Armor Piercing/High Explosive/Incendiaryrounds with steel cartridge case for useagainst a variety of targets (light armorand matériel)
    -Projectile weight: Approx. 363 g
    -Muzzle velocity: 1,100 m/s
    -Max. dispersion Typical H&V deviation: < 0.5 mils
    -Penetration
    30 mm NATO plate at 30° at 200 m
    20 mm NATO plate at 60° at 200 m
    -Tracer/self-destruction: > 3 s/Between 4 s and 9 s
    -Service temperature: -46°C to +63°C

  • NM 222 MP-T/SD
    -(NM) Meaning: Norwegian Model
    -Caliber: 30 mm × 173
    -MP-T SD - Multi purpose tracer self destruction
    -Projectile weight: 363 g
    -Muzzle velocity: 1,070 m/s
    -Max. dispersion: < 0.4 mils at 1,000 m
    -Penetration
    10 mm RHA 60° NATO at 1,000 m
    Tracer/self-destruction: + 3,000 m
    -Service temperature: -46°C to +63°C

  • NM225 APFSDS-T
    -(NM) Meaning: Norwegian Model
    -Caliber: 30 mm × 173
    -Armor Penetrating Fin Stabilised Discarding Sabot Tracer round
    -Projectile weight: 230 g
    -Muzzle velocity: 1,430 m/s
    -Max. dispersion: < 0.3 mils at 1,000 m
    -Penetration
    100 mm RHA at 1,000 m
    -Tracer/self-destruction: N/A
    -Service temperature: -46°C to +63°C

  • NM219 TP-T
    -(NM) Meaning: Norwegian Model
    -Caliber: 30 mm × 173
    Projectile weight: 363 g
    Muzzle velocity: 1,070 m/s
    Max. dispersion: < 0.4 mils at 1,000 m
    Penetration: N/A
    Tracer/self-destruction: N/A
    Service temperature: -46°C to +63°C

  • NM245 TPDS-T/APDS-T
    -(NM) Meaning: Norwegian Model
    -Caliber: 30 mm × 173
    -Projectile weight: 190 g
    -Muzzle velocity: 1,480 m/s
    -Max. dispersion: < 0.4 mils at 1,000 m
    -Penetration:
    70 mm RHA at 1,000 m
    -Tracer/self-destruction: N/A
    -Service temperature: -46°C to +63°C

  • MK258 APFSDS-T This is a naval round, but it can be firied in this cannon
    -Projectile weight: 230 g
    -Muzzle velocity: 1,430 m/s
    -Max. dispersion: < 0.4 mils at 1,000 m
    -Penetration:
    100 mm RHA at 1,000 m
    -Service temperature: -46°C to +63°C

VIDEOS

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https://youtu.be/30QL4_672bU
https://youtu.be/4Gx6KoertYM

PICTRUES

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cv90mk3 — ImgBB

SOURCES

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Tankograd Publishing
CV9030N – Wikipedia
The book given out by the Norwegian Defence Museum
“Motoriserte militærkjøretøy I norge 1905-2005”
Her er Norges nye panservogn - Tu.no

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Warthunder_Norway

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Would be a fun premium alternative to the CV9030 FIN, seeing as it has the roof 12.7mm RWS.

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I play Sweden as a main and i love the CV90 models, they are my main go to vehicles, however the CV9030 models do lack in penetration, it is very difficult for me to see them fill up a role in the game. I am uncertain if it has airburst ammunition, if so then yes but if not then i am very uncertain as to what it would bring to the table. I would love to see the CV9035 MK IV and 9050 MK IV tho.

I have tried to find data about the ammo, but without luck, but i dont think it is unlikely it has

I see now that it does have quite the upgraded sensors and other important features, it would be a better 9030 than what is currently in the game by a good margin, so i will support the vehicles implementation to the game.

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UPDATE

I added the ammunition the cannon (Bushmaster II Mk.44) can fire and their specs.

Spoiler
  • HEI/HEI-T
    -Caliber: 30 mm × 173
    -High Explosive/Incendiary rounds suitable for anti-materiel/anti-personnel
    -Projectile weight: Approx. 378 g
    -Muzzle velocity: 1,100 m/s
    -Max. dispersion Typical H&V deviation: < 0.5 mils
    -Penetration: N/A
    -Tracer: > 4 p
    -Service temperature: -46°C to +63°C
  • HEI/SD & HEI-T/SD
    -Caliber: 30 mm × 173
    -High Explosive/Incendiaryrounds suitable for anti-matériel/anti-personnel
    -Projectile weight: Approx. 363 g
    -Muzzle velocity: 1,100 m/s
    -Max. dispersion Typical H&V deviation: < 0.5 mils
    -Penetration: N/A
    -Tracer/self-destruction: > 4 s/Between 4 s and 9 s
    -Service temperature: -46°C to +63°C
  • SAPHEI/SD & SAPHEI-T/SD
    -Caliber: 30 mm × 173
    -Armor Piercing/High Explosive/Incendiaryrounds with steel cartridge case for useagainst a variety of targets (light armorand matériel)
    -Projectile weight: Approx. 363 g
    -Muzzle velocity: 1,100 m/s
    -Max. dispersion Typical H&V deviation: < 0.5 mils
    -Penetration
    30 mm NATO plate at 30° at 200 m
    20 mm NATO plate at 60° at 200 m
    -Tracer/self-destruction: > 3 s/Between 4 s and 9 s
    -Service temperature: -46°C to +63°C
  • NM 222 MP-T/SD
    -(NM) Meaning: Norwegian Model
    -Caliber: 30 mm × 173
    -MP-T SD - Multi purpose tracer self destruction
    -Projectile weight: 363 g
    -Muzzle velocity: 1,070 m/s
    -Max. dispersion: < 0.4 mils at 1,000 m
    -Penetration
    10 mm RHA 60° NATO at 1,000 m
    Tracer/self-destruction: + 3,000 m
    -Service temperature: -46°C to +63°C
  • NM225 APFSDS-T
    -(NM) Meaning: Norwegian Model
    -Caliber: 30 mm × 173
    -Armor Penetrating Fin Stabilised Discarding Sabot Tracer round
    -Projectile weight: 230 g
    -Muzzle velocity: 1,430 m/s
    -Max. dispersion: < 0.3 mils at 1,000 m
    -Penetration
    100 mm RHA at 1,000 m
    -Tracer/self-destruction: N/A
    -Service temperature: -46°C to +63°C
  • NM219 TP-T
    -(NM) Meaning: Norwegian Model
    -Caliber: 30 mm × 173
    Projectile weight: 363 g
    Muzzle velocity: 1,070 m/s
    Max. dispersion: < 0.4 mils at 1,000 m
    Penetration: N/A
    Tracer/self-destruction: N/A
    Service temperature: -46°C to +63°C
  • NM245 TPDS-T/APDS-T
    -(NM) Meaning: Norwegian Model
    -Caliber: 30 mm × 173
    -Projectile weight: 190 g
    -Muzzle velocity: 1,480 m/s
    -Max. dispersion: < 0.4 mils at 1,000 m
    -Penetration:
    70 mm RHA at 1,000 m
    -Tracer/self-destruction: N/A
    -Service temperature: -46°C to +63°C
  • MK258 APFSDS-T This is a naval round, but it can be firied in this cannon
    -Projectile weight: 230 g
    -Muzzle velocity: 1,430 m/s
    -Max. dispersion: < 0.4 mils at 1,000 m
    -Penetration:
    100 mm RHA at 1,000 m
    -Service temperature: -46°C to +63°C