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a. Components. The HWTS is capable of target acquisition under conditions of limited visibility such as darkness, smoke, fog, dust, and haze. The HWTS operates effectively at night and can also be used in the daytime. Infrared light is received through the telescope, detected by an IR sensor, converted to digital data, processed, and then displayed for the user. Besides the carrying cases, the HWTS is composed of four major components: the telescope, the basic sensor, the eyepiece, and the mount.

(1) Telescope. The telescope receives IR light emitting from an intended target and its surroundings. The telescope magnifies and projects the IR light onto the basic sensor's scanner.

(2) Basic Sensor. The scanner reflects the IR light received from the telescope onto the detective assembly. The detective assembly senses the IR light and converts it to video. The sensor's electronics condition the video for display on the LED array. The LED array illuminates the IR image along with the reticle. The light from the LED array is reflected off the scanner to form an image at the eyepiece.

(3) Eyepiece. The eyepiece displays the thermal image and all system indicators on the cathode ray tube.

(4) Mount. A universal attachment interface between the HWTS and the MK 19 bracket (figure only shows the torque limiting knob).

b. Modes of Operation. The HWTS has three modes of operation: STANDBY, ON, and EMERGENCY.

(1) STANDBY Mode. When the system is first turned on, the HWTS begins a cool down period of approximately two minutes. After the cool down period, the HWTS

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TORQUE-LIMITING KNOB (Part of Mount)

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TORQUE-LIMITING KNOB (Part of Mount)

enters the STANDBY mode. During the STANDBY mode, power is not applied to the scanner or display in order to extend the life of the battery.

(2) ON Mode. When the HWTS is in the STANDBY mode and pressure is applied to the eyecup, the HWTS switches to the ON mode, and a switch engages to provide power to the scanner and display. After a three-second delay, the system is fully operational.

(3) EMERGENCY Mode. When switched to the EMERGENCY mode, the HWTS continuously applies power to the entire system. This allows the operator to bypass the three-second delay experienced when switching from the STANDBY to the ON mode. Since power is applied to the entire system while in the emergency mode, battery life is greatly reduced.

c. Controls and Indicators. Controls allow the gunner to configure the sight to the situation and individual preferences while the indicators display the current configuration (Figure G-10 and Table G-3).

(1) The CONTRAST CONTROL adjusts the contrast of the thermal image displayed on the raster. It has an automatic and a manual mode.

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