UNS-Ts

UNS-Ts

The UNS-Ts Clip on Weapon Sight (WS) adds long range, sniper soldier high resolution (640×480, 17μ), thermal capability to the existing rifle and day scope by attaching to the picatinny rail. It offers reduced target acquisition times and improve solider effectiveness in daylight and clear air conditions as well as degraded visibility conditions caused by adverse weather, dirty battle field conditions and complete darkness. It’s SWaP-C (size, weight and power – cost) architecture design represents a quantum leap forward in soldier systems product technology. In addition to this uncooled VGA video format array, the UNS-Ts also incorporates a patent pending Ultra-Wideband wireless radio communications system using multiple imagery display methodologies (goggle, helmet mounted, remote display, etc.) so that it can be used 1) in conjunction with a DVO interconnectivity, such that the UNS-Ts display output imagery serves as the input for the DVO, 2) as a stand-alone rail mounted Weapon Sight or 3) as a Hand- Held imager.

SPECIFICATIONS (Preliminary)
SIZE:   9.0” (230mm) long, 3.2” (82 mm) high, 1.5” (38mm) to optical centerline
WEIGHT:   2 .01lbs. (.911 kg)
FINISH:   Flat Black Matte, Corrosion Resistant, alternate finishes available
CONTROLS:   On/Off & Display Brightness control knob,
    Auto/Manual Sensor Gain and Offset via menu control
    3-button Keypad with user menu
    3-button Tethered Remote with identical functions as weapon sight
POWER:   Three AA Lithium batteries and extensive power saving features/modes
    Two DL123 Lithium batteries for Tethered Remote adding extended power
BATTERY LIFE:   4.5 Hours
    Four hours operating time depending on motorized focus usage
    Three hours with 100% wireless duty cycle transmitting digital video
MOUNT:   KAC mount or quick attach / detach to MIL-STD-1913 rail or equivalent
WATERPROOF:   3 ft. for 4 hours
VIDEO:   Digital CameraLink or Analog RS-170 (NTSC)
COMMUNICATION:   RS-232/422 Serial
OPTIONAL ACCESSORIES:   3 button Tethered Remote with identical functions adding extended power          
OPTICAL CHARACTERISTICS
Operating Modes:   Standalone Thermal Sight with Digital Reticle and Clip-On thermal sight Disturbed Reticle when Laser Rangefinder data is available
Lens Design:   Refractive Germanium
Field of View (FOV)   6.8 degrees
Magnification:   Unity with 2X digital zoom
Focus Range:   25 Meters to Infinity
Bore sight:   Patented (US Patent 7,142,357) alignment technology proven in thousands of delivered sniper sights
IR Sensor:   640 x 480 LWIR VOx, 17 μm pixel pitch (320X240 25 micron 5⁰ FOV is available for export when licensing requires it)
PERFORMANCE CHARACTERISTICS
Range:   Recognize a Standing Man under Clear conditions: >2000 m
    Recognize a Standing Man under Dirty Battlefield: >1000 m
Bore Sight:   < 0.5 MOA
Bore Sight Retention:   < 0.5 MOA over temperature, vibration, and weapon firing
Weapons Certification:   Tested for use on weapons up to and including .50 caliber rifles
Wireless Communication:   The weapon sight utilizes KAC’s Soldier Personal Area Network™ (SPAN™) ultra-wideband wireless communication technology to transmit and receive full motion digital video as well as meta-data, health, status, and commands to/from other devices on or near the soldier.
Laser Rangefinder:   Able to receive Laser Rangefinder data via SPAN™ wireless link
Disturbed Reticle:   Performs ballistic processing and provides corrected aimpoint via disturbed reticle. Also able to receive and integrate 2D or 3D wind profi le data from laser systems in development.