|Pyser-SGI Limited are pleased to announce an extension to their range of small arms zeroing collimators with the development of the Pyser-SGI Thermal collimator.
For out-of-country, covert and peace keeping missions live firing is frequently impossible. Lack of resources to check the alignment of weapon sighting systems quickly often means that the operational advantages of zeroed small arms can be easily compromised. With the introduction of the Pyser-SGI Thermal collimator, night fighting forces can now be equipped with a simple, cost effective device which gives them the ability to zero and check the zero of thermal sights in the field without the need to fire their weapons at anytime day or night. Based on the same successful design concept as the Small Arms Collimator the Thermal collimator gives your front line night fighting force total confidence in their advanced sighting systems.
The Pyser-SGI Thermal Collimator uses a simple metal grid heater with a single AA battery and germanium based optics to provide a simple way of zeroing both the Common and Personal zero settings. Depressing the button on the rear of the Pyser-SGI Thermal Collimator for a few seconds is all that is required before readings can be taken.
Designed for front line use and built to exacting military standards, the unit consists of a one-piece rigid aluminium casting with a fixed spigot. As users cannot alter settings the collimator requires no calibration prior to use.
Pyser-SGI Thermal collimators are available for all small arms from 5.56 to 12.7mm calibres and are pre-set during manufacture to the zeroing range specified by the customer to give zeroing accuracies and repeatability to within ±0.25mil (±2.5cm at 100 metres).
The availability of the Pyser-SGI Thermal Collimator ensures your investment in advanced night fighting equipment delivers real operational advantages in the field in terms of speed of deployment of forces, increases in hit probability and soldier confidence