Pocket Laser Rangefinder (PLRF25C)
The newest generation of the Vectronix Pocket Laser Rangefinder offers snipers/spotters, marksmen, and forward observers, the smallest, most powerful MIL-SPEC eye-safe laser rangefinder available. Ranging measurements more than 6,000 m, as well as accurate angle measurements, are no problem for the lightweight, compact unit. The ergonomic design of the PLRF25C allows one-handed use of the device.
Power is provided by a single commercial battery - sufficient capacity for more than 3,000 measurements. The PLRF25C was also designed to be maintenance–free in operation. Optional Bluetooth communication is available. PLRF25C is available in green, black, and desert tan. Today, more than 18,000 PLRF devices are in use with Armed Forces around the world.
(Day + Night Rangefinder Monocular)
MOSKITO includes all the essential day/night viewing, measuring and geo-location functions in a most compact and user-friendly package. Like the highly successful VECTOR Rangefinder Binoculars, MOSKITO measures range, azimuth, and vertical angle. In addition, it incorporates the latest image intensifier technology for night-time viewing. Rapidly varying light conditions demand an optical day viewing channel plus a quickly activated night channel.
High-resolution glass optics with 5x magnification
Night operation mode activated whenever required
Measurements can be taken just like by day
Reduced training effort
Built-in C/A code GPS receiver
VECTOR Family (VECTOR IV, VECTOR IV Nite, VECTOR 21, VECTOR 21 Nite, VECTOR 23)
(Long Range Rangefinder Binoculars)
VECTOR is an easy-to-use multifunctional optronic device that replaces four separate devices. The reduced weight and volume translate into greater mobility, agility, and operational readiness. Essential capabilities include:
A Class I eye-safe laser rangefinder
Two seven-times (7x) magnifying eyepieces
Two 42mm objectives with extended contrast and resolution characteristics
A digital magnetic compass (DMC)
VECTOR IV: The all-purpose infantry device
VECTOR 21: The typical forward observer device
VECTOR 23: The ultimate rangefinder
Integrated Compact Ultralight Gun-Mounted Rangefinder (I-CUGR)
The Optics 1 Integrated Compact Ultralight Gun-Mounted Rangefinder (I-CUGR) mounts to a weapon system using the standard MIL-STD-1913 Picatinny Rail System giving the operator the ability to range man-sized targets out to 1500 meters without taking hands off the weapon system. Without additional effort or moving off position, the digital display provides users with distance information in meters or yards.
Developed as a modular system, the I-CUGR can be used on all types of military Sniper, CQB, or crew-served weapon systems (adaptor required) and can be used with all types of bullet designs and calibers. The simple two-button operation allows for ease of use on the device or with a remote so the shooter’s hands never leave the weapon. The I-CUGR consumes very little power, allowing for extended use, and is ruggedized for military operations.
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.