- Designed for teams that need to fire disrupters, de-armers or detonators using a radio controlled system instead of hard wired.
- Radio systems are quick to deploy and do not require a cable to be run between the operator and the device to be fired.
- Radio systems are typically lighter and easier to transport than hard wire systems. They also are quicker to pack away once the task is completed
- The NIC radio controlled firing systems is a securely coded remote firing (RF) initiator, which allows up to 4 receivers to be fired from 1 transmitter.
- Suitable for use in Explosive Methods of Entry (EMOE), demolitions and EOD/IEDD disruptor applications.
- Receivers can be fired simultaneously or individually.
- Powered by COTS batteries. Transmitter uses 3 off AA batteries, receivers use single CRT123 battery.
- Transmitter is waterproof to IP64, receivers are waterproof to IP67.
- Standard system consists of 1 transmitter and 1 receiver.
Firing or initiation systems are used for explosive firing.
These are typically used for firing disruptors during an EOD or C-IED task.