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Precision Targeting

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High-Resolution Thermal Viewer (HRTV)

The HRTV is a lightweight, multifunctional, long-range binocular system that provides operators with top-end situational awareness and advanced connectivity in the battlefield. Fully-integrated in less than 4.4 lb (including battery), the HRTV meets the most demanding expectations of dismounted operators - including Size, Weight, and Power (SWaP).

HRTV provides increased situational awareness at any time thanks to the integration of three complementary long range video channels: Cooled Thermal, Color Day, and Low-Light Level.

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MOSKITO TI (Lightweight Multi-Purpose Target Locator)

The MOSKITO TI combines higher usability, lower weight, and broader capabilities than any device in its class. Incorporating Vectronix’ performance history, it is reliable in all conditions and gives dismounted infantry and special forces exactly what they need for full 24-hour situational awareness.

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Coded Target Acquisition Marker (CTAM)

The Coded Target Acquisition Marker (CTAM) is a MIL-STD-1913 rail-mounted, multi-function laser system that combines three capabilities into one: PRF coded marker, aiming laser (Visible and NIR), and NIR Illumination Laser. CTAM provides the user with the ability to perform a dismounted laser marking mission- day or night - in a package that is significantly smaller and lighter than anything else on the market today.

The CTAM can be mounted to a weapon system with a MIL-STD-1913 rail or installed as an accessory to an observation or targeting device. In addition to having a PRF-coded marking laser, CTAM includes the visible aim and near IR aiming and illumination lasers commonly mounted to a weapon as a stand-alone device. This allows the user to mount the CTAM to their weapon as a replacement for, rather than an addition to, their existing aim/illumination laser. CTAM includes an intuitive user interface with a clear, bright display for accessing system functions and changing the laser code, as well as a remote, and operates off standard CR123 batteries.