- 2 * MTU V12 1163 TB82 diesel engines
- General Electric LM2500 gas turbine
- Elta EL/M-2218S air search radar
- Elta EL/M-2221 fire-control radar
- EDO Type 796 hull-mounted sonar
- Rafael towed sonar array
- Argon ST AN/SLQ-25 Nixie decoy
- Elbit chaff rocket launchers
- Rafael RF corner reflector
- Elisra NS-9003A/9005 RWR
- 8 * RGM-84 Harpoon anti-ship missiles
- 16 * Barak 8 surface-to-air missiles
- 2 * 3 tubes Mark 32 SVTTs
- 1 * 20mm Phalanx CIWS
- 1 * Eurocopter Panther
INS Lahav (502) is a Sa'ar 5-class corvette of the Israeli Navy that was built by Northrop Grumman Ship Systems in 1993. She is one of three Sa'ar 5-class corvettes in service with the Israeli Navy and her homeport is Haifa, Israel.
The contract for the construction of the three ships of the class was signed in the early 1980s. Lahav was the second ship of the class to be launched in 1993 and she was commissioned in September 1994. Lahav took part in the 2006 Lebanon War by blockading Lebanese ports. She has also taken part in numerous NATO exercises including one in April 2008 with the Turkish and American navies.
It took part in the 2010 Gaza flotilla raid.
The Israeli Navy chose Lahav as the first Sa'ar 5 corvette to be equipped with the advanced EL/M-2248 MF-STAR radar. On 23 September 2014 she was presented to the public with the new radar at Haifa naval base.