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Sabre Ti Commander's and Gunner's Sight

  • Product Code: Sabre Ti

Sabre Thermal image (Ti) was developed as Gunner and/or Commander’s sight for small to medium turret systems, with an optional Laser Range Finder (LRF).

Utilising the very latest in uncooled Ti technology Sabre Ti employs the very latest ITAR-free Long Wave Thermal Image technology. A 640 x 480 17μ detector is at the heart of Sabre Ti giving tank detection at 5.4 km. The x6 day channel is capable of recognising a main battle tank (defined as a 2.3 x 2.3 metre target) in clear air at a range of 4 km, and shall identify the same target at 2.5 km.

As with other variants, Sabre Ti is designed to fit within a very compact space envelope. The sight input lever (“link”) arm connects to the armament via the turret link and incorporates adjustment for elevation boresight corrections. The link arm can be fitted in any orientation to the left or right of the sight body, depending on turret configuration, with a selection of reticules available to the gunner.

As a result, it can be configured to fit most armoured fighting vehicles. It’s Day and Night fighting capability, when combined with a LRF, makes Sabre an attractive solution available at a competitive price.
 
Sabre Ti allows the user to see deep into the battlefield, increasing their surveillance and target acquisition range delivering impressive performance at night and day. The sight input lever (“link”) arm connects to the armament via the turret link and incorporates adjustment for elevation boresight corrections. The link arm can be fitted in any orientation to the left or right of the sight body, depending on turret configuration.

Capabilities: 

  • Surveillance
  • Target acquisition
  • Engagement
  • 24hr capability
  • Auxiliary sighting system

Ti technical features:

  • 640 x 480 17 μm pitch
  • Boresight adjustable reticules
  • -40°C to plus 70°C operating temperature range option
  • Micro power consumption
  • Silent operation