Laser detectors detect, classify and determine 24 different Laser code and frequencies of laser-guided antitank threats within 50 milliseconds.
It is safeguarded against false alarms such as sunlight, remote controller, artificial-fake light, hand laser as per NATO AEP 3733 standards. It has successfully passed high temperature, low temperature, high humidity, shock-vibration and EMI/EMC tests as per MIL STD 810H, MIL STD 461F and MIL STD 1275E standards.
It determines threat identity and priority by comparing threat parameters with the threat data included in mission data folder which would be previously loaded to the system.
This mission data folder can always be updated and the threat classes included can be increased.
Laser Distance Meter (LDM),
LDM (Band I-II-III): ,
|Vertical Section Sight Range||
(-20°) – (+ 70°)
|Total Azimuth Visual Angle||
100° / Unit
|Laser Detection Resolution||
-40°C / +60°C
-55°C / +85°C
|Salt Fog Resistance||
120 mA ±50 mA @24 VDC Nominal