L3Harris Technologies recently announced the beginning of the 3,000th STORM-SLX laser rangefinder to the US Army to have delivered. This handy optical laser distance measuring device provides an enhanced performance over its predecessor STORM-PI.
"Our STORM portfolio supports the US Army for over 15 years and allows the dismounted fighting soldier, objectives with much greater accuracy to locate and combat what the overall effectiveness of the use significantly improved," said Lynn Bollengier, president of Integrated Vision Solutions, L3Harris. "We are proud of the advantage of our STORM family provides our soldiers of precision targeting systems, and we continue to invest in next-generation technologies, such as our STORM 2 rangefinder to this advantage to expand."
The STORM-SLX laser rangefinder includes an advanced Erbiumglaslaser. The system comprises, in addition to a target laser in the near infrared (NIR), a visible aiming laser a NIR illumination tunable laser divergence, a high-precision dynamic magnetic compass and a GPS external interface.
|Weight (incl. Battery)||360 g|
|Battery life||3500 measurements at 25 ° C|
|Aiming laser (visible)||
|Aiming laser (IR)||