With the help of the "MON-50" complex simulator one can:
Visually familiarize his/herself with the internal structure of the ammunition.
Acquire practical skills for setting-up and aiming.
Learn how to find and deal with explosive devices.
The training with the “MON-50” complex simulator:
The simulator can be installed in any location, regardless of weather conditions.
The simulators need no maintenance. No single-use items are used for training.
Conditional detonation can be done remotely using a reel or in a tripwire.
The damage area and angle of the simulator are as close to the combat equivalent as possible.
MON-50 is synchronized with other SKIF training systems. This gives the ability to arrange realistic training for different types of troops.
The components of the "MON-50" complex simulato:
The mockup (sectional view)
The training portable mockup
The electronic mine simulator
A carrying bag
The MON-50 mockup in section
A 1: 1 scale made of scratch-resistant material.
The main qualities of the MON-50 mockup are:
The MON-50 portable mockup
A 1: 1 scale mockup with built-in electronic aiming and system control over correct APM MON-50 assembly
The main qualities of the portable MON-50 mockup:
The MON-50 electronic mine simulator
The electronic simulator for tactical training of soldiers. Allows for the training of soldiers to find and destroy explosive devices in real combat.
The main qualities of the MON-50 electronic mine simulator:
The carrying bag
An analog of the bag used in engineering brigades. Used for carrying conventional explosive devices, detonators, and other circuit elements.