Displacement (Full): 4,000 ton
Propulsion: – MAN Diesel SA 16 PA6V-280 STC diesel engines, 2 shafts – 4,720kW (6,330hp) each.
- 18,880kW (25,320hp) total
Speed: 30+ knots
Range:6,500 nautical miles(18 knots)est.
Crew: 250 est.
Helicopter(s): 1 KA-27 or Harbin Z-9EC
- Fregat-MAE-5 (Top Plate) 3D radar,
120km aircraft, 50km sea-skimming
- MR90 (Front Dome) F-band radars for air defence missiles
- Mineral-ME (Band Stand) radar, ASM
missile control & OTH targeting
- Type 347G I-band radars, two for Type
730 CIWS & 1 or 76mm gun
- TR47C fire-control radar integrated in
Type 730 CIWS
- MR36 (Type 346) surface search radar
- Type MGK-335 fixed sonar, Bull Horn active & Whale Tongue passive
- 1 x 32 VLS 9M38/HQ-16 MR AAM
- 8 x YJ-83 (C803) SSM
- 1 x 76mm DP Gun
- 2 x Type 730 30mm CIWS, 5800 rpm,
- 6 x 533mm torpedoes
- 2 x Type 87 240mm, 6 tube anti-sub
rocket launchers. 36 rockets 1,200m
The Type 054A is equipped with 32 vertically launched HHQ-16 surface to air missiles for local area defense and 8 C-803 anti-ship cruise missiles.
The Type 054A was designed primarily for air defence role, featuring a medium-range air defence missile system with a
32-cell vertical launch system (VLS) on the bow deck. The frigate is also capable of anti-surface strike with its YJ-83 anti- ship missiles.
The sensors of the Type 054A Jiangkai-II
class are mainly Russian designs,
produced either by licensed co-production or reverse-engineering of the systems obtained along with the Project 956 Sovremenny class missile destroyers.
The air search radar is a Fregat-MAE-5
(NATO reporting name: Top Plate) 3D air
search radar mounted at the top of the
front mast, offering two channels in E-
band. The radar can track up to 40 targets simultaneously, and has a maximum range of 120km to aircraft and 50km to sea-skimming missile. Four MR90 (NATO reporting name: Front
Dome) F-band radars (two on top of the
bridge, two on the roof of the helicopter
hanger) provide guidance for the air
Originally designed to provide fire-control for the 9M317/SA-N-7 Shtil SAM, each radar can provide two channels to guide two missiles simultaneously. A large round radome installed on top of
the bridge houses the Mineral-ME (NATO
reporting name: Band Stand) radar that
provides anti-ship missile control and
over-the-horizon radar acquisition and
target designation of surface ships.
The ship has three indigenous Type 347G
I-band radars, two of which are integrated with the Type 730 CIWS to
provide fire-control and a standalone
radar is installed on top of the bridge
behind the large round radome provides fire-control for the 76mm main gun. There is also a large round radome
mounted at the top of the rear mast,
possibly housing a MR36 (Type 346?)
surface search radar.