POP200  
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Origin: Israel
Corporations: Israel Aerospace Industries Ltd. (IAI)
Parent System: POP
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Family Members: POP300 and POP300LR
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Description: The IAI/Taman Division POP (Plug-in Optronic Payload) is a modular, compact, gyro-stabilized day and night observation and surveillance system. The POP can accommodate a variety of interchangeable payloads such as focal plane array, thermal imager, CCD-TV camera, laser pointer and laser rangefinder. Each payload can be replaced in the field within minutes while the POP electronics are located in the turret assembly. The thermal and CCD-TV cameras feature automatic video tracker as standard function. The POP observation and surveillance pods can be installed on unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), helicopters, fixed-wing aircraft and small vessels such as Israel's Dvora fast patrol boats. To date, IAI has produced several hundreds POP pods for customers worldwide.

The POP200 is fitted with a 240X320 thermal imager, color CCD-TV camera and, optionally, a laser pointer.

POP200 Applications


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POP200 Specifications

Coverage
Azimuth Coverage: 360 �
Coverage in Elevation: 150 �
Dimensions
Diameter: 260 millimeter (10.2 inch)
Height: 380 millimeter (15.0 inch)
Power
Power Consumption: 120 watt (0.00 MW)
Weight
Weight: 16.3 kilogram (35.9 pound)
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