Hensoldt to supply German Army with 368 IR attachments
Hensoldt has been contracted by the German Army to deliver 368 IR attachment IRV 900 A2 systems with an option for 34 attachments. The company did not disclose the value of the contract.
The IRV 900 A2 is a thermal imaging device for use at dismounted use at medium ranges. The IR device is noiseless and can be ready for use in under five seconds.
It can be used as a stand-alone targeting lens with digital zoom or as a clip-on with 1x magnification.
Hendsoldt have designed this piece of equipment for application to assault rifles, light and medium machine guns, multi-purpose machine guns, marksmen rifles and is compatible for the fire control sight of the RGW 90 LRMP.
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