China TianYing TY-LR81 50km laser rangefinder designator module 20Hz developed for modern optronic reconnaissance platforms tasked to acquire small, fast moving targets, hence the 20Hz measuring rate and the extended range. They can find the range to small targets such as very low altitude low reflection 10 square meter aeroplanes to distances beyond 13km, designate them at range of beyond 7km.
The LRF/D-50km 20Hz is installed in platforms on man-portability, ships, land vehicles or aeroplanes.
We leveraged the latest technology to construct this remarkably compact, exceptionally accurate rangefinder, hence customer enable very easy integration into different platforms.
50km 20Hz Rate 1064nm Laser Designator Rangefinder Module Features:
1) Diode-Pumped ND:YAG 20Hz work 15 seconds and rest 10 seconds cycle laser designator rate.
2) Beyond 7km laser designator capability of low reflection 10 square meter vehicle at 15km visibility,
Or up to and even beyond 20km laser designator capability for 10 square meter airplanes target.
3) 20Hz work 15 seconds and rest 10 seconds cycle measuring rate.
4) Beyond 13km ranging capaility of 10 square meter vehicle at 15km visibility (beyond 21km of 10m² target 30% reflection at standard level visibility 23.5km);
Up to 50km ranging capability of building/large craft (46km has been proven).
5) Accuracy less than 2m.
6) Beam divergence ≤ 0.3mrad.
7) Working temperature: -40°C to +50°C.
8) Light weight, less than 3.5kg with house.
9) Less than 4200 cubic centimeters in size.
10) Reliability: life > one million range measurements and MTBF > 10000 hours.
11) Based on cutting-edge diode-pumped technology.
12) Easy integration to CCD camera system, thermal camera system, fire-control system etc.
50km 20Hz rate 1064nm Laser Designator Rangefinder Module Recommended Use:
1) Air combat of air to air.
2) Ground attack of air to land.
3) Anti-aircraft systems of land to air.
4) Anti-aircraft systems of sea to air.
5) Fire control systems for land, air and sea targets.
6) In general for applications of position determination of moving objects.