PLX’s Boresighting Verification Technology dramatically enhances targeting capabilities. The technology utilizes PLX’s proprietary, high accuracy beam-delivery system. This updated capability enables you to verify the alignment of your hardware’s optical axis and your aiming devise with sub-arc second accuracy.
PLX’s Boresighting systems operate with extreme stability, even under the harshest levels of vibration and shock, such as helicopter flight and battlefield conditions.
In a typical military Boresighting application you have a laser target designator, one line of sight day time camera for daytime viewing, and a line of sight for an infrared camera for nighttime imaging.
What ever your Boresighting requirements are, PLX can adapt its technology to meet your new equipment or upgrade needs.
For more information, see Boresighting Configurations, Procedures and Applications.
Use the PLX designed Modernized Boresight Module™ to allow simultaneous viewing of multiple lines of sight. The module uses two LTHRs configured in a stable housing that provides up to one arc second parallelism under the most adverse conditions. The unit can be customized to fit any application.
The PLX Lateral Transfer Hollow Retroreflector™ (LTHR) is an innovative retroreflector tube that is basically a segment of a large hollow retroreflector. It is perfect for folding parallel light 180° and displacing it any given distance while maintaining perfect parallelism between the incoming and outgoing beams, even while the system is vibrating. To achieve boresighting, place the LTHR at the center of one line of sight in a manner such that the viewer observes the center of the second line of sight.
The PLX Lateral Transfer Hollow Periscope™ (LTHP) enables a transfer of a parallel beam to any given distance while maintaining perfect parallelism between the incoming and outgoing beams, even while the system is vibrating. In many applications, a LTHP may be used for boresighting.
Use the PLX Rotary Movement Device™ (RMD) to attach two or more instruments at their respective entrance and exit apertures. The RMD enables a connection between any desirable combinations of LTHRs and LTHPs.
PLX Hollow Roof Mirrors™ (HRMRs) are ideal for redirecting light in one coordinate. The HRMR is an orthogonal assembly of two plane mirrors attached to each other along one "roof edge." They can be used in almost every application where a "roof top" or porro prism can be used.
Perfect Optical Alignment made Simple
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