Protection Systems.


TELEFUNKEN RACOMS offers an extensive range of highly developed warning systems for watercraft. The systems are tailored to specific requirements and provide accurate warnings to personnel to support an effective and timely response to laser and radar based threats. The warning systems provide 360-degree threat coverage and can be integrated with a wide range of countermeasures. Advanced high-speed processing and communication capabilities, combined with electro-optical operation, ensure accurate and reliable operation. In addition, the systems are immune to false alarms caused by reflections, lightning, gunfire, and self-powered RF and electro-optical operations. The warning systems are battle-proven and are used by numerous armed forces worldwide.


Warning systems for vessels.

Protection Systems.


Enhanced Laser Naval Warning System.

ELNAWS (Enhanced Laser Naval Warning System) detects and classifies laser threats of various types and displays the angle of arrival and the type of threat.
The 360° system ensures reliable laser detection regardless of the size, type and shape of the platform to be protected. The ELNAWS is also designed to exchange information with other onboard systems such as navigation systems, countermeasure equipment and other subsystems.

Features:
  • The system detects all relevant laser threats, including laser rangefinders, laser target markers, laser beam riders
  • Threat detection coverage: 360° horizontal, 110° vertical FOV
  • Detection accuracy up to 1
  • Direction indication for all types of threats
  • Acoustic and visual warning signals
  • High probability of detection
  • MIL-STD-810, MIL-STD-1275(AT), MIL-STD-461 Standards
  • Spectral range: 0.5 to 1.6 micron
  • Built-in test
  • Low false alarm rate
  • Easy installation
  • High/Wide dynamic range

With the Laser Warning System (E-LAWS) and the Threat Detection System (TDS) of TELEFUNKEN RACOMS, laser sources such as rangefinders, target markers, beacons, infrared illuminators and training aircraft are detected, categorized and localized.
In addition to laser sources, the Multi Threat Detection System (MTDS) also provides this functionality for radar and high frequency sources. All systems have a built-in self-test and allow training directly in the watercraft.