- HYBRID RECOIL-LESS TECHNOLOGY
- USER FRIENDLY
- RELIABLE & SAFE
- Approx. 40% lighter than closest market model with one disrupter
- Compact design for backpacks
- Only stand with Under Vehicle IED capabilities
- Disrupters do not have to be removed when collapsed
- Anti-topple design
- No need to prepare, load and aim two disrupters plus two stands on the same target or the risk of facing one of the disrupters while placing the second
Twin RAS can be mounted on a single RAS Scabbard Stand and vice versa. Only stand on the market capable of holding two disrupters. It is lightweight, compact and easily portable. The system can be preloaded for rapid response. Like the single system, the RAS can be removed and attached to robotic platforms.
Zero-Convergence Aiming System (ZCAS)
The Zero Convergence Aiming System (ZCAS) has many unique features that stand out from all aiming systems. Conventional aiming system requires manual calibration to obtain accurate and precise results and requires time and effort to deploy which slows down the process of rendering an IED safe. Conventional aiming systems also have an inherent problem that when the distance to target changes, the aiming is off and it must be recalibrated at the new distance.
ZCAS system on the other hand is a self adjusting aiming system and works at any distance with ultra-accuracy and precise results. If the distance to a target changes, the ZCAS will automatically adjust to be on target. This feature allows technicians to quickly deploy the Lance® Disrupter System without additional operations. Its user friendly design makes the training process easier for instructor and student and the ZCAS system is invulnerable to human errors from the calibration process.
The Zero-Convergence Aiming System is a Patented Technology.
Hybrid Recoil-less Technology
CTS understood that existing technologies either make use of dampening mechanisms (shock absorbers, friction slides, etc) which add considerable mass to the disrupter system, or use “counter shot” designs, that launch a mass in the opposed direction of the projectile. These technologies pose an additional burden to the operator in terms of loading procedure and time and creates a danger zone behind the tool as well as to robot components.
Therefore it is imperative to understand that the CTS Lance disrupter is considered as a hybrid, utilizing the strengths of both Recoil and Recoilless technology.