Pulse Inteco Systems Introduces Next Generation OEM Laser Rangefinder
Newsletter Subscription


Monday, Sept 15, 2014


Pulse Inteco Systems Introduces Next Generation OEM Laser Rangefinder

  • Using latest technologies, this smart and compact solution enhances the day and night operational capabilities of military units and special operations forces
Netanya - Pulse Inteco, a leading supplier of high performance laser and electro-optic systems for infantry and armed forces, will showcase its compact, lightweight OEM laser rangefinder at AUSA, October 10-12, Washington, DC, Walter E. Washington Convention Center, Booth 348. The PI-15-02, the company's newest and lightest rangefinder, meets the most stringent battlefield requirements.

The PI-15-02, PI's new OEM Laser Rangefinder, was specially designed for use by system integrators for integration with various remote weapon stations and other applications. Weighing less than 350 grams, the smart, compact solution meets military standard MIL-STD 810F. The Class 1 laser is eye-safe, designed to fully protect the naked eye.


Fitting easily into any application, it can be integrated into observation systems, light/medium weapon stations, hand-held range finders, and stabilized payload systems. Supporting the serial communication protocol, the sophisticated solution has a repetition rate of 10PPM, and Laser Output Power of 1.2mj.

Developed by an R&D team of highly skilled and experienced physicists and engineers, using the latest technologies in cutting-edge laboratories, the PI-15-02 enhances the day and night operational capabilities of military units and special operations forces.

According to Golan Kalimi, VP Marketing of Pulse Inteco, "The development of the PI-15-02 is the latest in a series of milestones achieved by Pulse Inteco Systems in delivering a full-scale OEM portfolio of Laser Rangefinders. This latest addition to our range of products - our most compact and lightest in weight - enables our state-of-the-art laser technology to be integrated into small stations and miniature observation systems."

Source : Pulse Inteco Systems

Published on ASDNews: Oct 7, 2011

 

© 2004-2014 • ASDNews • be the first to know • contact usterms & conditionsprivacy policyadvertisingfaqs