Posts Tagged ‘Safran Optics 1’

See Safran Optics 1 at SOFIC

Tuesday, May 15th, 2018


ADS Federal Range Day – Optics 1 I-CUGR

Monday, June 12th, 2017

The Optics 1 Integrated Compact Ultralight Gun-Mounted Rangefinder is Picatinny compatible and will Range man-sized targets out to 1300m (+/- 1m) and vehicles out to 2500m. That’s thanks to the Vectronix 3013 Module with all lasers operating on the same optical plane.


In addition to Range dividing, it offers a Visible laser, IR laser and IR flood light as well as a Night Vision mode.


Now, it’s also compatible with Kestrel weather meters integrating the Applied Ballistics software. Connecting via Bluetooth, the I-CUGR displays accurate holds.


I-CUGR is 5.96″ x 2.84″ x 1.80″, weighs 12 oz and is powered by a single CR123A battery which provides over 3000 ranging events.

The I-CUGR in these photos is attached to a CADEX Guardian.

FirstSpear Range Day 17 – Safran Optics 1

Monday, January 16th, 2017

This is the Miskito TI (Thermal Imager) Lightweight Multipurpose Target Locator from Safran Optics 1.

In asdition to a low light thermal imager with direct view day optics, it also incorporates a laser range finder, out to 10 km. It also incorporates a digital magnetic compass. Additionally, a GPS module can be inserted.

They are also offering a lightweight, carbon fiber tripod for use with the Miskito TI.

Safran Optics 1 products are available for unit and agency purchase through ADS –

Safran Optics 1 Inc, Awarded $304,522,367 Contract for Laser Target Locator Module II

Monday, July 18th, 2016

Safran Optics 1 Inc., Bedford, New Hampshire, was awarded a $304,522,367 firm-fixed-price, multi-year contract for Laser Target Locator Module II. Bids were solicited via the Internet with five received, with an estimated completion date of July 11, 2015. Funding and work location will be determined with each order. Army Contracting Command, Aberdeen, Maryland, is the contracting activity (W91CRB-16-D-0018).


The LTLM II is a lightweight handheld laser target locator with a color day camera and night sight, as well as a selective availability anti-spoof module (SAASM) Global Positioning System (GPS) receiver.  It’s big advantage over the currently fielded LTLM I is size, weight and power or SWAP.  Coming in at half the weight of its predecessor, LTLM II also offers redundant precision locating capabilities.