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In cooperation with Saab, Senop has developed the Advanced Fire Control Device Thermal Imager (AFCD TI) for the CARL GUSTAF M4, also known as M3E1 in US, and M3 man-portable, multi-role anti-armour systems, the company writes in a press release-

Following a three year engineering effort, Senop has reported the completion of the development programme. AFCD TI is a sight that is to ensure a first-round hit probability of both stationary and moving targets by using the parameters of the sight and weapon system. The sight is provided with a ballistic calculator, laser range finder and both a day camera and a thermal imager in the same casing. With a weight of 1.5 kg, AFCD TI is the lightest fire control system for CARL GUSTAF on the market, Senop claims.