The Mi-28N Night Havoc combat helicopter retains most of the structural style of the Mi-28. the most difference is that the installation of an integrated electronic combat system. other modifications include: new main gearbox for transmitting higher power to the rotor; new high-efficiency blades with swept-shaped tips; and an engine fuel injection control system.
The main sensors of the integrated electronic combat system are the microwave radar antenna, mounted on top of the rotor head, and a forward-looking infrared (FLIR) system. The system displays the helicopter location on a moving map indicator, and flight, systems and target info on liquid crystal displays. The crew are equipped with night-vision goggles.
The helicopter is powered by two TV3-117VMA turboshaft engines, fitted on either side of the fuselage. it's equipped with an auxiliary power unit for self-contained operation. The thermal signature of the helicopter has been reduced by an element of 2.5 times compared to its predecessor, the Mi-24.