SCATT MX-02 — This is a PC based electronic trainer intended for shooting training at a fixed aiming mark. The unique feature of this system is the ability to train in either the dry fire or live fire mode (using real ammunition). The trainer is designed to be used both indoors and outdoors at varying distances.
A standout feature of this model in comparison to other SCATT systems is the lack of a transmitter target. This means that you can now train with the benefit of a Scatt while simply using a paper target or a standard target installation (eg SIUS or Megalink). In live fire training you no longer have to worry about damaging the expensive transmitter unit down range. And of course, you no longer have to run a cable down range to the target. You can simply mount the sensor, plug in and shoot!
MX-02 electronic trainer contents:
Optical Sensor – This is mounted on the barrel of the rifle/pistol and connected by a cable to the USB port of your PC. The sensor registers with high precision all movements of your rifle/pistol during aiming and the moment of shot release. The sensor weighs only 36 grams with the mounting kit, and therefore does not upset the balance of the rifle/pistol. The MX-02 optical sensor can be used for training at distances of 2.5 meters and above. And of course, it works exactly while live firing at 10m, 50m and 25 yards.
Software - The SCATT Professional Software allows automatic calibration of the sensor in relation to the sighting axis, therefore, there is no need to make any adjustments to the rifle/pistol's sights. The sensor also automatically compensates for canting. The software also has all the necessary features for efficient training and overall analysis of the shooting results. Information is displayed in both digital and graphical forms and can be saved onto disk for further analysis (aim trajectory, shots and graphics, etc).
Mounting kit for the optical sensor — includes allen key, V-Mount with adjustment and metal strip with screw that are used for fixing the sensor on barrels of different diameters and cross sections.
Optical sensor's interface cable — used to connect the optical sensor to USB port of your computer, has a length of 3m.