CMS-1 commander weapon station sight is a multi-sensor electro-optical system developed as a stabilized panoramic sight for various weapon stations for wheeled / tracked armored vehicles and infantry fighting vehicles (IFV). All optical sensors are mounted on a gyro-stabilized pan and tilt positioner, allowing a commander to get an overview of the battlefield.
Combination of sensors ensures a capability of the system to see in all weather and light conditions. There are three types of sensors – day channel, night channel and LRF. Day channel is provided by a zoom camera with a color and B/W mode. Night channel is provided by a cooled thermal camera. Range measurements are performed by an eye safe laser rangefinder. All sensors are precisely aligned and fixed to prevent any movements during gunfire.
The body of the container is ruggedized against vibrations and resistant to all weather conditions. The whole system is protected with a Armox shield to prevent damage from an indirect hit.
|CRANE - COMMANDER WEAPON STATION SIGHT|
|IR CAMERA||OPTION A||OPTION B|
|Sensor||640 x 480 MCT||640 x 512 InSb|
||<25 mK||<25 mK|
|Field of View
|Sensor||1/2.8” Exmor CMOS|
|Field of View
|LASER RANGE FINDER|
||25 000 m|
| PAN AND TILT POSITIONER
|Motion in Azimuth
||n x 360°|
|Motion in Elevation
||+70° to -90°|
|Control Interface||Ethernet 100BASE-T|
|Video Output||1.0 V (p-p), 75 Ω Unbalanced|
|Power Supply||24 V DC (18 - 32 V)|
|Operating Temperature||-32 °C to +55 °C|
|Storage Temperature||-40 °C to +60 °C|
|Dimensions (W x D x H)||449 × 348 × 533.5 mm (382 mm above vehicle surface)|
|MIL Standard||MIL-STD 810 G, MIL-STD-461, MIL-STD 1275|
Specifications are subject to change without notice. Photo is for illustrative purpose only.