|Usage/Application||Shooting Sports (Indoor or Outdoor)|
|Optical Sensor Type||Wired (USB)|
|Range||From 2.5 m and above|
|Optical Sensor Dimensions||26 x 31 x 52 mm|
|Optical Sensor Weight||30 g|
- MX-02 is an electronic computer trainer intended for shooting practice with fixed targets.
- It has a unique ability to train either in dry-fire mode or in live-fire mode and for bothindoor and outdoor shooting ranges.
- It has a special feature of using it even without using an electronic target.
- One can train by using only a paper target or on a standard electronic target like SIUS,MEYTON and others.
- Even in live fire training, the target does not get damaged at all.
- Optical sensor mounted on the firearm, this sensor precisely measures the weaponsalignment during aiming and actuation of the trigger mechanism.
- The sensor automatically compensates for the guns canting.
- The optical sensor connects to the PC via USB port.
- The system is loaded with a powerful SCATT Expert software.
- It has all the necessary features for efficient and genuine training and overall analysis of shooting results.- The results are displayed in both digital and graphic form.
- The results can be saved in a file for further analysis like aim trajectory shots, graphs etc.
Attention, equipment is not waterproof and is not intended for use in the rain.
The system is guaranteed to stay fully functional while using it up to cal .338.
SCATT MX-02 is the base model in the SCATT MX series lineup. With MX-02 you can train at any distance either indoors or at open shooting ranges, in dry fire mode (no-ammo) or in live fire mode.
The key feature of this model is the lack of an electronic target. This means that you will be able to train by simply using a paper target or a standard target installation.
SCATT MX-02 model will work with round black targets on white background, police and biathlon targets.
In live fire training you dont have to worry anymore about damaging expensive electronic equipment with an inaccurate shot. The absence of any light emission from the electronic target excludes any possibility of cross-effect between different training systems. This is particularly relevant for using multiple training systems at a single firing line, e.g. during competitions or qualifications.