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Object 212

Object 212A
USSR SPG Tier VII
Totals
Cost 2,490,000  Credits
Health 560
Weight/Load Limit 55.27/55.5t
Crew
6
Mobility
Engine Power 580hp
Speed Limit 32km/h
Traverse Speed 14deg/s
Armor
Hull Armor 60/45/45mm
Armament
Damage 713-1188HP
Penetration 66-110mm
Rate of Fire 2.6-3.16r/m
Accuracy 0.42m
Aim time 5s
Gun Traverse 15deg/s
Gun Traverse Arc 12/12°
Gun Vertical Limits gunVerticalLimits
Ammo Capacity ammo
General
Chance of Fire 15%
View Range 380m
Signal Range 410m
Parent Contour-USSR-SU-14.pngContour-USSR-S-51.png
Child Contour-USSR-Object_261.png
Values Are Stock // Top
USSR-Object_212.png

The Object 212 is a Soviet tier 7 self propelled gun. It is the merging point between the SU-14 and the S-51. This artillery is mostly an upgrade for the SU-14 with its much smaller size, higher rate of fire, more mobility, and big jump in ammo capacity from 16 to 40 shells. But S-51 players may view the Object 212 as a downgrade, since it uses the same 203mm B-4 and is less mobile than it's predecessor.

The Object 212 leads to the Object 261.
















Modules

Gun
Tr
Nm
Dam
Pen
RoF
Acr
Aim
Pr
Wt
07VII
152 mm BR-2
950/750/950(HP)
88/246/90(mm)
3-3.33(r/m)
0.43-0.45(m)
5.0(s)
00106 230 106 230 Credits.png
7 500 7 500(kg)
08VIII
203 mm B-4
1850/1450/1850(HP)
102/260/102(mm)
1.58-1.9(r/m)
0.48-0.50(m)
6.0(s)
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7 900 7 900(kg)

Turret
SPGs and TDs don't have turret modules

Engine
Tr
Nm
Pw
CoF
Pr
Wt
06VI
V-5U
0580 580(h.p.)
015 15%
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0700 700(kg)
07VII
V-2IS
0600 600(h.p.)
015 15%
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0750 750(kg)

Suspension
Tr
Nm
LL
Tv
Pr
Wt
06VI
Object 212
55.5 55.5(t)
014 14(d/s)
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15 000 15 000(kg)
07VII
Object 212M
60.0 60.0(t)
016 16(d/s)
00022 300 22 300 Credits.png
15 000 15 000(kg)

Radio
Tr
Nm
SR
Pr
Wt
05V
10R
0410 410(m)
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0100 100(kg)
09IX
12RT
0700 700(m)
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0110 110(kg)

Historical Info

Shortly before the war, the KV heavy chassis was the basis for the development of self-propelled guns, one of them being the Object 212A. Work was conducted in SCB-4 LKZ under supervision of J. Kotin, lead designer, appointed by C. H. Golburt. Drafts were submitted for consideration to the ABTU in late 1940, developed under influence of the Soviet-Finnish war in overcoming the long-term fortification of the "Mannerheim Line", which was much more difficult than thought by the Red Army General Staff: to break through it without the help of heavy artillery was simply impossible. In some cases, the firing of heavy guns was conducted on the Finnish border, which was not always possible while under heavy fire resistance. The problem could be solved with large-caliber SPGs, but such machines were not in test trials until early February 1940, when the enemy's defenses had been breached. Since the urgent need for this kind of self-propelled gun had decreased, Project T-100-Y and SU-14-1 became preferred more than the KV-2 tank. In this situation, Kotin decided independently to develop the heavy self-propelled guns class, which could be used for attacks on the rear of the enemy, or used on his front line of defense.

For future self-propelled gun was chosen: the 152.4mm Br-2, which was previously installed on the Su-14 model 1937. This gun was created by the Bureau of Factory "Barricades" in 1931. Comparative tests with the B-30 gun were initially rejected, but for un-clear reasons, still entered service. The choice of the BR-2 was less than optimal since the gun itself had several design flaws, and its prototype was almost destroyed due to a rupture of the barrel. Nevertheless, during the years 1937-1940, 37 guns were fired, which later became part of the heavy cannon Regiment Reserve of the Supreme Command Headquarters.

Nevertheless, for all its shortcomings (low mobility, the complexity in manufacturing, low lifespan of the barrel), the BR-2 had a high capacity. Ammunition for the BR-2 consisted of two types; high-explosive 53-PF-551 weighing 48.9 kg and betonoboynymi 53-D-551 weighing 49 kg. Muzzle velocity of the 53-PF-551 is 880 m / s, with maximum range of 25 km. Contact with any of these shells against a tank or armored personnel carrier resulted in their complete destruction. The gun itself consisted of a barrel (up 47.2 gauge), loader piston type, mast, hydraulic brakes, and hydropneumatic recuperator rollback. Loading guns - kartuznoe, but to facilitate the flow of shells from the ground, it had a special crane used for hoisting. In order to build this artillery system, HF had to significantly modify the chassis. The number of rollers was increased from 6 to 7, with the rear of the distance between them having been reduced, and in the middle (less loaded) it was increased. 4 support rollers remained, but changes in the layout moved the driving wheel forward. A swivel wheel with a screw mechanism for track tensioning is now located on the rear. The suspension of self-propelled guns remained independent torsion. Self-propelled caterpillar design was melkozvenchatoy with a width of 660 mm tracks. Changes to the chassis were made because a full redesign of the layout. The fighting compartment was located behind and partially in the middle part of the body. Another compartment, where the driver and the radio operator were placed, was between the transmission and engine compartments. The hull was welded and assembled from rolled armor plates with thickness' of 20, 30, 50, and 60 mm.

The BR-2 cannon is installed in the wheelhouse and equipped with a telescopic sight. Pointing angles were rather modest and ranged from -3 to 15 vertically and - \ 8 on horizontally. Despite the fact that the shells were now literally "at hand", the loading was severely difficult due to their weight. In order to facilitate the loading, provision was made for the installation of a special pan like the M-10 howitzer of the heavy tank, KV-2. The selection of ammunition for the gun was increased with the addition an armor-piercing projectile weighing 51.07 kg, which had an initial velocity 860 m / s and at a distance of 5000 meters, could penetrate 40-mm armor.

To protect against infantry, the Object 212 was equipped with three machine guns, the DT 7,62 mm. One of them was placed in the frontal case, the second in the the crew compartment, the third was at the zenith, and had to be mounted on a turret on the roof of the crew compartment.

Ammunition for the guns were 47 artillery rounds for the BR-2 and 3000 rounds for the machine-guns. By comparison, the KV-2 heavy tank came with a 36 tank shells and 3,087 machine gun rounds.

Since the estimated mass of the object 212A approached 65 tons, a heavy-duty engine was needed. The option chosen was the 2-engine combination drive with a centrifugal supercharger, which was supposed to reach a maximum capacity of 850 hp. This would allow a maximum speed of 35 km / h and a cruising range on the highway of about 200 km. External communication was with the 71-TC-3M radio and whip antenna, and internal communication (most likely) among the crew members would be an intercom system, ie: the TPU or TPU-3-3bis-F.

Although the heavy self-propelled gun had lost its initial priority, it was approved by the Project 212A ABTU and was accepted for implementation. SAU sought to hold on to building LKZ, and in December 1940, was sent a set of working drawings for the construction of the body. However, at this time the company was heavily loaded with orders for the release of the KV-1 and IS-2, where on completion, were thrown into the main forces of the Kirov. In addition, in April 1941, preparatory work began on the production of the KV-3 (the first version with a lengthened chassis and a 76.2-mm gun), so the ACS forces had no choice.

Final assembly of the unit was delayed until June 1941, and after the war, considered not up to the level of "assault" self-propelled guns. Perhaps it could be brought to sea trials, but did not have time to put the LKZ chassis on for ACS. As a result, the self-propelled gun was disassembled and Object 212A reduced to metal.



Soviet Tanks
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Medium Tanks A-32  • T-28  • Matilda IV  • T-34  • T-34-85  • A-43  • KV-13  • T-43  • A-44  • T-44  • Object 416  • T-54  • Object 430 II  • T-62A  • Object 140  • Object 430
Heavy Tanks Churchill III  • KV  • KV-1  • KV-220  • KV-220 Beta-Test  • KV-1S  • KV-2  • T-150  • IS  • KV-3  • IS-3  • IS-6  • KV-4  • KV-5  • IS-8  • ST-I  • IS-4  • IS-7
Tank Destroyers AT-1  • SU-76  • SU-85B  • SU-85  • SU-85I  • SU-100  • SU-100Y  • SU-100M1  • SU-122-44  • SU-152  • ISU-152  • SU-101  • Object 704  • SU-122-54  • Object 263  • Object 268
Self-Propelled Guns SU-18  • SU-26  • SU-5  • SU-122A  • SU-8  • S-51  • SU-14-1  • SU-14-2  • 212A  • Object 261



Self-Propelled Guns
USA II T1 HMC  • III T18 HMC  • III M7 Priest  • IV T82 HMC  • IV M37  • V M41 HMC  • VI M44  • VII M12  • VIII M40/M43  • IX M53/M55  • X T92 HMC
UK II Loyd Gun Carriage  • III Sexton II  • III Sexton I Gold  • IV Birch Gun  • V Bishop  • VI FV304  • VII Crusader 5.5-in. SP  • VIII FV207  • IX FV3805  • X Conqueror Gun Carriage
Germany II G.Pz. Mk. VI (e)  • III Sturmpanzer I Bison  • III Wespe  • IV Pz.Sfl. IVb  • IV Sturmpanzer II  • V Grille  • VI Hummel  • VII G.W. Panther  • VIII G.W. Tiger (P)  • IX G.W. Tiger  • X G.W. E 100
France II Renault FT 75 BS  • III Lorraine 39L AM  • IV AMX 105 AM mle. 47  • V AMX 13 105 AM mle. 50  • V 105 leFH18B2 Gold  • VI AMX 13 F3 AM  • VII Lorraine 155 mle. 50  • VIII Lorraine 155 mle. 51  • IX Bat.-Châtillon 155 55  • X Bat.-Châtillon 155 58
USSR II SU-18  • III SU-26  • IV SU-5  • V SU-122A  • VI SU-8  • VII S-51  • VII SU-14-1  • VIII SU-14-2  • IX 212A  • X Object 261
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