|Place of origin||Spain|
|Used by||See Users|
|Maximum firing range||600 meters|
Alcotán-100 is a recoilless, one-man portable, single-use anti-tank rocket launcher used by infantry, manufactured by Instalaza. It is in service with the Spanish Military, where it is gradually replacing the C-90.
Production of the Alcotán-100 began in 1998.
The Alcotán-100 fires a 3.94-inch (100mm) caliber HEAT charge, in addition to HE/FRAG and HEDP (dual-purpose) rounds, and the weapon can be fired from confined spaces. The weapon also has a laser range finder and a ballistic computer; this firing control unit must be turned on before the weapon can be operated.
The VOSEL fire system gives the Alcotán-100 a high hit probability. It incorporates night vision that allows the operator to identify a target up to 1,200 metres in the night, a laser rangefinder with a range up to 2,000 metres and a ballistic computer.
The VOSEL fire system can be used separately from the launcher tube as a night surveillance telemetric device.