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Metrix Hand-Held Rangefinder
METRIX HAND-HELD RANGEFINDER
binoculars with electronic compass
Metrix is a modern high-performance multifunctional electro optical instrument for the soldier of 21st century.
It combines binocular observation, distance measurement and north finding in one compact unit.
Description: Laser rangefinder: Measures distances up to 20 km (depending on model, visibility and target features) Binoculars: Superb optics with 7x magnification.
Metrix utilises binocular vision and reduces eye strain.
Digital compass: Displays magnetic azimuth and tilt angle.
BINOCULARS WITH LASER RANGEFINDER AND ELECTRONIC COMPASS
1.1. MetrixPlus C binoculars with laser rangefinder and electronic compass is an optoelectronic instrument for battlefield surveillance and measurement of targets’ relative coordinates (range, azimuth, elevation). Its Er:Glass laser transmitter enables danger-free field use. Laser transmitter maximum output energy is within the limits of Class 1 IEC specifications (Standard IEC 825-1/2001): Class 1 (Emax = 8 mJ: no laser irradiation hazard).
1.2. Ranging capability: practical ranging capability of MetrixPlus C is 10 – 20 km (at visibility approx. 23 km).
1.3. Extinction ratio: extinction ratio is calculated for an extended target with a reflectivity R=0.85 at a distance of 500 m. Extinction value is equal to or greater than 38 dB.
1.4. By means of the mechanical interface MetrixPlus C can be rapidly attached to the tripod
1.5. MetrixPlus C includes in a single case a binocular sight for aiming and observation, a laser rangefinder, an electronic compass and batteries. As an option, rechargeable Ni-MH battery power pack can be supplied.
1.6. The data are read out on the display inside the right eyepiece. Display consists of two rows of six digits. If multiple targets are simultaneously engaged by the laser beam, the distance to three targets can be measured and sequentially displayed in one ranging.
1.7. Design of the instrument allows operation also with the operator wearing gloves, helmet and protective mask.
1.8. The internal desiccation of the rangefinder and controlling of sealing is secured by a conveniently placed silicagel insert.
1.9. The instrument works safely and if handled properly, any injury of the operator is excluded.
2. TECHNICAL DATA
184.108.40.206. Type Er:glass laser
220.127.116.11. Wavelength 1,543 mm
18.104.22.168. Laser class 1 (Standard IEC 825-1/2001)
22.214.171.124. Method of Q-switching rotating prism
126.96.36.199. Eyesafe distance (NOHD) 0 m
188.8.131.52. Pulse energy < 8 mJ
184.108.40.206. Pulse duration 30 ns
220.127.116.11. Beam divergence 0,9 mrad
18.104.22.168. Pulse repetition rate 12 shots / minute
22.214.171.124. Type Avalanche photo diode
126.96.36.199. Field of view 1.4 mrad
188.8.131.52. False alarm probability 1 % in normal conditions
2.3.1. Field of view 6,5o binocular
2.3.2. Reticle fixed, illuminated, with measuring scale
2.3.3. Magnification 7 x
2.3.4. Dioptry adjustment: - 4 to +4 dptr
2.3.5. Eye distance asdjustment 59 to 72 mm
2.3.6. Resolution in the field of view centre 7"
2.4.1. Data display 2 x 6 digit LED in the eyepiece
2.4.2. Measuring range 50 –19998 m
2.4.3. Range accuracy ± 3 m
2.4.4. Resolution 2 m
2.4.5. Target discrimination 30 m
2.4.6. Minimum range control 50 m – 10000 m
2.4.7. No. of targets measured 3 (or 2 + 1)
2.4.8. First target/last target logic YES (first two + last target)
2.5.1. Remote control and data output RS 232
2.5.2. Thread and dovetail for tripod YES
2.6.1. Battery type 6 x 1,5 V AA; or
9 V NiMH power pack
2.6.2. Optional external supply 8 – 12 V DC
2.6.3. Protection against wrong polarity YES
2.7.Weight and dimensions:
2.7.1. Weight including battery pack 1,95 kg
2.7.2. Dimensions including eyepieces 210 x 190 x101 mm
2.8.1. MTBF > 5000 hrs (at +55oC)
2.8.2. Operating temperature -30o C to + 55 o C
2.9.Built-in electronic compass and tilt sensor:
2.9.1. Angle range: 360o in azimuth
± 30o in elevation
2.9.2. Accuracy: 0.5o rms in azimuth
0.2o rms in elevation
2.9.3. Display: Degrees and mils
2.9.4. Angular resolution: 0.10
3. RESISTANCE TO ENVIRONMENTAL STRESSES
3.1. Climatic resistance
The check is to be performed at a room (ambient) temperature after at least 2-hour stabilization at room (ambient) temperature.
MetrixPlus C shall withstand 7 days in aqueous salt atmosphere without any adverse effects. Salt solution shall be prepared of 50 g kitchen salt (NaCl) pro 1 litre of distilled water. The temperature during the test shall be +35°C, the pressure of the corrosive atmosphere shall be between 860 and 1060 mb.
After the test first the instrument`s exterior shall be checked visually, then its characteristics are to be checked. The corrosion shall be on
and eyepieces: negligible
3.1.6. Leakage (MIL-STD-810F, method 512.4,)
MetrixPlus C shall withstand the following conditions of immersion:
- depth: 1 m
3.2. Mechanical resistance
3.2.1. Vibrations (MIL-STD-810F, method 514.5)
MetrixPlus C shall withstand the following vibrations:
- amplitude 0.35 mm
3.2.2. Bumps (MIL-STD-810F, method 516.5)
MetrixPlus C shall withstand 4000 bumps with an amplitude of 245 m/s2 and pulse duration of 6 ms.
3.2.3. Shocks (MIL-STD-810F, method 516.5 )
MetrixPlus C shall withstand 3 shocks to each semi-axis (18 shocks totally) with an amplitude of 490 m/s2 and pulse duration of 11 ms.
3.3. EMC compatibility
Electromagnetic emission and susceptibility according to MIL-STD-461 D, applying tests CE 102, CS 101 and CS 114.
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