L3 Insight LWTS Light Thermal Weapon Sight AN PAS-13G V
L-3 Insight LWTS Light Thermal Weapon Sight AN PAS-13G V is a handheld and weapon mounted thermal weapon sight. The thermal imaging capability of the LWTS allows for long wave infrared observation and target identification under adverse conditions including light rain, smoke, light snow, and low light to total darkness.
The Insight LWTS Light Thermal Weapon Sight AN PAS-13G V utilizes leading edge 17 micron technology in a 640 x 480 uncooled micro bolometer. The high resolution display, combined with state of the art image processing and electronics provide exceptional imagery and long mission run times on a single battery load.
Insight LWTS Light Thermal Weapon Sight AN PAS-13G V FEATURES
- Clip on and stand alone thermal capability
- 640 x 480 17μm uncooled micro bolometer
- Insights Ultra VOx® enhanced thermal imaging
- RS-170 Real Time Video In/Out for remote viewing
- Integrated Shutter and Non-Uniformity Calibration
- 4 Integrated Ballistic Weapon Reticles Boresightable to better than 1 MOA
- Less than 2 Minutes of Angle Clip On Image Shift
- Designed for use with ACOG and CCO
- Field maintainable
Insight LWTS Light Thermal Weapon Sight AN PAS-13G V Specifications:
- Dimensions: 6 L x 3 W x 3 H
- Weight: 1.85lbs
- Battery Type: 4 AA
- Battery Life: 10 Hrs +
- Field of View: selectable
- Magnification: 1x to 6x Depending on dayoptic
- Resolution; 640×480
- Reticles: User Selectable
- Housing: Military grade
- LWTS Unit
- Extra Battery Cartridge
- Rubber Eye Cup
- 2x Optic Bridges
- Operators Manual
- Quick Reference Card
- Lens Cleaning Tissue
- Quick Detach M1913 Mount
- Padded Carry Case
Thermal weapon sights may be used on AR-15, M-4, M-110 SASS, M-240, M-249, M-2 and other military and non-military weapons platforms supplied with Mil-Std. 1913 Picatinny rails. Check the manufacturers specifications for limitations on shock and recoil related to caliber and weapon design.
CAUTION: Thermal weapons sights operate on a different principle from light-enhancing night vision systems and the image displayed to the operator is due to temperature differentials between the background and living creatures, and is not nearly as detailed as images seen in light-enhancing night vision systems. For this reason careful attention to positive target recognition and identification on the part of the operator is extremely critical. Due to the nature of thermal imaging, details of the target may be reduced, especially at distance, to a general outline of the object, which can make accurate target identification difficult or impossible. Operators are responsible for proper target recognition and identification under all circumstances, and MODArmory disclaims all liability for improper use of these devices.
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