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Also Known As: OLS-UE
Parent System: OLS-UEM
Initial Operational Capability (IOC): 2016
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Description: The NPK-SPP OLS-UEM is an state-of-the-art electro-optical sensor designed to search, detect and track a wide range of airborne targets offering a clear picture to the aircraft's pilot. The imaging infrared (IIR) OLS-UEM sensor combines a 320x256-pixel infrared sensor and a 640x480-pixel TV camera achieving the infrared search and track (IRST) capability need in air-to-air engagements. Besides, a laser rangefinder allows to know the distance from the target with high accuracy at ranges between 200 meters to 20 kilometers. The OLS-UEM has been designed to detect airborne targets at ranges between 15 to 55 kilometers. It provides a coverage in azimuth of +/- 90-degree and +60-degree to -15-degree in elevation. The OLS-UEM sensor has been selected for the Mig-35 multi-role aircraft and is mounted on the nose section in front of the cockpit. A simplified version called OLS-UE is available for the Mig-29K, Mig-29KUB, Mig-29M and Mig-29M2 aircraft.
Azimuth Coverage: 180 �
Coverage in Elevation: 75 �
Max Detection Range: 55 kilometer (29.7 nautical mile)
Small Air Target Detection Range: 15 kilometer
Horizontal Resolution: 640 px
Vertical Resolution: 480 px
Weight: 78 kilogram (172 pound)
CEP: Circular Error Probable
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