Safran develops laser range finding device
Safran Electronics & Defense and its Swiss company Safran Vectronix have developed a multifunctional laser range finding device - Clip On Laser Range Finding Device Illumination Pointing Communication (COLD IPC).
The COLD IPC has been developed and manufactured in Switzerland and features a Bluetooth module, an inclination sensor, an invisible illuminator, visible and invisible pointers and range finder.
The device weighs 340g and is 120mm long, 84mm wide and 42mm high. It enables an operator to keep the target constantly in sight while managing other situations or handling more tasks. The Bluetooth module enables data transfer through standard communication interfaces.
The COLD IPC is built to military specifications for versatility and robustness, and it features a built-in rail adaptor, remote control, bespoke display.
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