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Night vision monoculars and goggles:
-The MU-3 Night Vision Monocular is a modern night vision device designed for individual use for observation in night conditions. The device, after being mounted on the weapon, can be used together with a collimator or holographic sights as a night vision sight.
-The MU-3M Miniature Night Vision Monocular is currently the lightest night vision device in the world. The MU-3M weighs only 250g without batteries. Thanks to its modern aspherical optics, the device is also much shorter than the previously produced monocular. The overall length of the MU-3M is 97 mm. The MU-3M night vision device can work with an infrared attachment, the ClipIR, thus allowing observations in the fusion mode: the night vision and thermal modes blended together.
-The PNL-2A and PNL-2AD Night Vision Goggles are modern, lightweight night vision devices designed for use during night conditions. The PNL-2AD is a twin-eye NVG with two independent optical channels, and the PNL-2A device enables one-eye observation.
-The PNL-3 Aviator’s Night Vision Goggle is a modern device for helicopter pilots and crew that makes it possible to carry out tactical operations at night. The modern design of this NVG ensures comfortable, stereoscopic twin-eye observation while retaining the feeling of natural shapes and sizes of observed objects and scenery.
-The NPL-2 Night Vision Goggle is a small and lightweight night vision device designed for terrain observation when visibility is limited and for observation at night. The device is equipped with an additional source of infrared illumination which enables operation in closed rooms.
-The MTN-1 Fused Thermal-Night Vision Monocular is a unique observation device based on a combination of night vision and thermovision technology. It has an eye-friendly background and shows on the display points with a temperature higher than the surroundings—called “hot spots.”

Night vision and thermovision binoculars
-The NPL-1M night vision binocular is a small light night-vision device designed for terrain observation in limited visibility conditions and for observation at night over longer distances.
-The LOP-1 observation and measuring binocular is a modern optoelectronic device that incorporates an infrared camera, a semiconductor rangefinder, an electronic compass, and a GPS receiver. These features and the possibility of integrating the binocular with a soldier’s individual computer make the LOP-1 an ideal device for Network Centric solutions for the battlefield.

-The BAZALT Day-Night Aiming Sights are designed for individual and team weapons: rifles, machine guns, sniper rifles (also high caliber), and grenade launchers. The device enables the destruction of various single targets in both good and limited visibility and at night.
-The PCS-5 Passive Night Vision Sight is designed for observation of the battlefield, detection and recognition of targets and for use in small 7.62 mm weapons and antitank grenade launchers in night conditions.
-The CTS-2 Thermovision Aiming Sight is designed for observation and firing from small arms, regardless of light conditions as well as in adverse weather conditions. The CTS-2 has its own image display system in its eyepiece and is also equipped with an external helmet-mounted display that makes it possible to use the sight remotely within a certain distance.
-The CK-6 collimator sight is a light sight designed for 5.56-mm-caliber guns and for mounting on picatinny rail systems, enabling easy aiming regardless of conditions. The sight can work with a weapon-mounted MU-3 monocular, creating a night vision aiming system.

Periscopes for armored vehicles:
-The PNK.72 driver’s night vision periscope is a binocular device for battlefield observation during night conditions intended for various armored vehicles. It allows the driver to observe the road and surrounding terrain when driving at night.
-The POD-72 commander’s day and night vision periscope is a passive day and night vision observation binocular device designed for various armored vehicles. The device has two independent viewing channels: a stereoscopic channel for day observation and a channel for night observation. The POD-72 is equipped with the XD4/XR5 passive image intensifier tube.
-The CDN-1 day-night sight is designed for observation of the battlefield, reconnaissance in day and night conditions and shooting from 12.7 mm or 14.5 mm caliber machine guns mounted on wheeled APCs.
-The PNK-B night vision driver’s device is designed for assembly on wheeled and tracked vehicles, after disassembly of the standard driver’s day device. The device can be mounted on various vehicles (including BMP, MTLB, Rosomak, and T-72 tanks), by using adapters designed by PCO.

Laser rangefinders:
-The DL-1 high-repetition laser rangefinder is designed for application in fire control systems used in anti-aircraft artillery. Due to the possibility of high-frequency measurement (a maximum of 20 measurements per second), the laser rangefinder can also be used in anti-rocket systems.

Observation systems for armored vehicles:
-The TTSWO-1 Thermal-Television Visualization System is a day-night panoramic observation system destined for observation of surrounding areas and objects.

The system consists of two observation modules: television and thermovision, in addition to a camera data concentrator and a touch LCD monitor. Each module incorporates three cameras from which signals are displayed on the monitor in form of a panoramic stripe at the bottom of the screen. The modules can work independently from each other or can observe the same area with the possibility of merging the thermal image with the image from day cameras.

-The KDN-1 Observation Camera is a day and night observation device designed for any wheeled or tracked vehicle. The camera has a built-in system of light level measurement, which protects the night channel image intensifier tube against being turned on by accident during the day. The camera communicates with any analog monitor in the CCIR monochrome standard.
The ZMO-2 Integrated Optoelectronic Module is intended for use in:
- armed modules mounted on military armored vehicles
- onboard fire control systems
- stationary observation systems and systems mounted on stabilized platforms.

-The ZMO-2 Integrated Optoelectronic Module features sensors such as an infrared camera, laser rangefinder and a set of television cameras. These enable detection, recognition, identification and estimation of the distance to the target. The module functions are controlled via the multifunction desktops used in the system.
-The PS-2 Stabilized Platform with two axes of stabilization is a platform for various sensors including those of the thermal camera, TV camera and laser rangefinder. It was designed as an observation and aiming device.

The main feature of the PS-2 stabilized platform is that it provides a stable position for aiming lines in mounted observation and aiming devices (TV camera, IR camera, laser rangefinder) regardless of whether the vehicle is moving or not. This feature enables efficient observation and aiming when the vehicle is moving. The PS-2 stabilized platform with two axes of stabilization is a device for observation, reconnaissance and firing, designed for armored vehicles.

Fire control systems for armored vehicles:
-The DRAWA-TGA Thermal Imaging Fire Control System has been designed especially for the T-72 tank. The system can be installed on the tank without the need to modify existing units and tank equipment and without making any changes to the tank’s armor, so the cost of such modernization is lower than in the case of competitive systems. A T-72 tank fitted with the Drawa-TGA thermal imaging fire control system is capable of hitting either a stationary or moving target with the very first shot.

Warning systems:
-The SSP-1 Obra-3 Laser Warning System is destined for the detection of military vehicles and objects by detecting radiation from their impulse rangefinders or laser illuminators. The system can fire a smoke screen in the direction of the detected laser radiation. The system can update the direction of the detected radiation by taking into consideration the movement of the vehicle or its turret. It can eliminate indications from the reflected radiation and makes it possible to communicate with the fire control system or other vehicle systems.
-The STOPFIRE optoelectronic fire-extinguishing system is designed to detect fires and explosions at an early stage and to quickly extinguish the fire and suppress the explosion impact in the crew compartment, engine and outside the combat vehicle.

Aviation systems:
-The SWPL-1 Flight Parameter Display System is designed to display helicopter flight parameters such as ascent speed, navigation data, altitude, and flight direction to enable the pilot to control the flight without looking at the indicators on onboard instruments. The system is especially important during flights at a low altitude when the pilot takes his eyes off of the helicopter’s surroundings and looks at onboard instruments, which is a potentially dangerous situation.
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