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22 Sep 2023

SWIR Clip-On

Raptor Photonics Stand: 7
  • SWIR Clip-On
  • SWIR Clip-On
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Weapon mounted long-range SWIR clip-on weapon sight providing unrivalled optical performance via state-of-theart SWIR technology and proprietary advanced image processing. It gives clear day and night imagery through various battlefield obscurants like dust, smoke, haze, fog along with the ability to see through window. It also allows the detection of any battlefield lasers from 600nm
to 1700nm.
• Seamlessly clips on in front of existing scope
• Allow remote power input: 5-28VDC
• Can be used for target acquisition, field reconnaissance
and tactical and strategic surveillance.
• 100mm F/1.5 lens (5.5° FoV) with See Spot function
• Rail mounted on MIL-STD-1913 or Picatinny
• Optional 1550nm laser illuminator mounted on rail
• Detect and recognise man-size targets in excess of 800m


  • Special Reconnaissance Surveillance and Exploitation (SRSE)
  • Drones | UAV | Counter UAV
  • Night vision | Optics | Optronics
  • Space




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