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Introduction

Successful target engagement with tube-launched grenades requires precise range estimation to the target and launch at the exact elevation angle, while keeping correct azimuth aiming.

With FN Herstal's Moving Red Dot Fire Control Unit (FN FCUTM), the shooter can now rely on a light, compact and easy to use device to significantly increase the effectiveness of grenade launchers.

 

Description

The FN Fire Control Unit consists of:

  • A laser range finder (LRF), which calculates the distance between the shooter and the target
  • A clinometer, which measures the difference in elevation between the target and the shooter
  • A ballistic computer, which calculates the angle of launch required
  • A moving red dot sight (MRD), which gives the correct aiming point

The FN Fire Control Unit can be fitted on any rifle or grenade launcher type with a top Picatinny rail.

Technical Data

Dimensions:

155mm x 87mm x 76mm

63mm above the Picatinny rail

Weight:

560 g without batteries

LRF

FN FCU-850nm version

FN FCU-1.5 version

    Range:

>900m

>900m

    Accuracy:

± 2m

± 2m

    Laser Beam:

850nm (can be used as an IR pointer)

1.5µm (no IR Pointer)

    Eye safety:

Class 1M IEC/ANSI

Class 1 IEC/ANSI

    Visible pointer:

Class 3B IEC/ANSI

Class 3B IEC/ANSI

MRD Sight

    Resolution:

0.06°

    Accuracy:

0.25°

    Max. sighting angle:

>35° (>380m firing range with Low Velocity grenades)

Power supply:

Two CR123 type batteries

 Ballistic Computer

  • Can memorize and calculate ballistic solutions for up to 50 different grenade types
  • Takes into account and compensates for the initial angle of target in relation to the shooter

Part of FN Armatronics™

The FN Fire Control Unit - just like the FN SmartCore®- is part of an expanded global solution under development by FN Herstal. Known as FN Amatronics™, it is a fully integrated system of electronic solutions mounted on or inside a weapon. Additional enhancements for increased functionality to the system are on the horizon as new technologies are explored.

By developing and building the FN Armatronics™ system, FN Herstal is now positioned as a major player in the integrated soldier systems market.

 



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