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LSS-200, Laser Source Simulator with PRF and PIM Coding

LSS-200 Laser Source Simulator with Case

The AZ Technology LSS-200 Laser Source Simulator generates simulated optical laser signals encoded with PRF or PIM codes for operational testing of seekers on laser-designated weapons. The LSS-200 represents a cost-effective method to perform seeker system operational readiness tests just prior to mission.

*The LSS-200 is Export-Controlled as Defined in the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR).

Configuration:

  • Portable, hand-held, battery powered
  • Simulated 1064 nm laser source
  • Eye safe LED light source
  • Nominal 50 nsec pulse width
  • Low pulse-to-pulse time/amplitude jitter
  • Encodes all valid PIM and PRF values including PIM test codes
  • Compact flash (CF) card for input of classified prescription
    -LSS-200 does not retain classified prescription when turned off
    -CF card not required for PRF operation
    -Windows PC compatible CF card USB interface provided
    -Windows software provided to write PIM prescriptions on CF card
    -Optional input of pulse timing table on CF card
  • Proven compatibility with Hellfire and Hellfire II seekers

The table below lists specifications for the LSS-200 Laser Source Simulator.

Emitter -Type: LED
-Peak Wavelength: 1050nm ± 50 nm
-Wavelength Half Width: 70 nm
-Illumination Angle: ± 15 degrees
Power source -Source: Standard AA lithium batteries (2)
-Duration: Continuous Pulse Use ≥ 4 hours
-Low battery indicator

Dimensions

3.4 x 6.8 x 1.4 inches

Operating temperature 0 to 140 degrees F
Effective range 0 to 10 feet, typically 30 feet
Time base accuracy 1 part-per-million
Warranty 90 days parts and labor
 

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