Meggitt Training Systems Multi-Function Stationary Infantry Target System (MF-SIT) exposes and conceals a Figure 11, 12, US Army standard E, F or 3-D target. Quick-connect hardware allows the target head to be easily interchanged in various presentations, including Pop-Up target movement, Swing Out, Slice, Vertically Rise and Pop-Up Turning/Judgmental target actions.
The MF-SIT has the unique ability to expose from multiple angles with a friend-or-foe target. Movements are precise, dynamic and respond quickly to commands of expose, conceal, slice and turn in any combination. In addition, the MF-SIT will rotate a regulation infantry target through 360 degrees at multiple angles. It can respond to hits; its automatic triggers activated by soldier movements or a pre-programmed scenario. This ensures that trainees do not anticipate target actions, which provides a realistic environment for MOUT and specialized training.
The MF-SIT is also available with a double target arm to present multiple targets simultaneously. An embedded hit sensor in the MF-SIT target head responds to a range of munitions, with hit sensitivity remotely set from the range controller, consistent with the ammunition type being fired.
The MF-SIT can be operated via radio frequency, hardwire or Ethernet controls and can operate as a master target or slave target with up to 100 individual units assigned to a group. The target group can be commanded to respond in unison, so a hit on one target can cause all targets to fall or respond as otherwise commanded. Each target within a group also retains its own unique address and is capable of reacting to commands individually. No cabling is necessary to interconnect target mechanisms in the master/slave configuration. To enhance realism, the MF-SIT will initiate simulators such as muzzle flash, sound effects and MILES® Laser Target Interface (LTID) and can power and control thermal targets/heat pads.
Reliable and rugged, Meggitt Training Systems small arms targets perform in the harshest climates. They contain no hydraulic fluids, contaminants or hazardous toxins. With more than 33,000 infantry targets fielded, Meggitt’s systems adapt to different range environments, infrastructures and operational constraints in supporting skills qualifications training and more complex collective training events.