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Indirect Fire Simulators

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  • DoD 60559.9-STD and AFMAN 91-201 Compliant.


  • Classified as a non-pyrotechnic device.


  • Can be utilized in close proximity to mounted and dismounted personnel.


  • Operates in heavy rain, high winds, extreme cold, desert conditions, and beach landing operations.


  • Multiple devices can be fired by single operator in static position.


  • Single shot and rapid fire capable.


  • DOES NOT create a natural flame or fireball.


  • Flash Powder can be utilized for night operations.

Design and Construction


OPCON's state of the art Indirect Fire Simulator (IDFS) is specifically designed to be recessed in the training environment, allowing for maximum concealment.


The tapered lid and internal structure provides rigid support ensuring operational integrity in the event the unit is struck by a vehicle.

The rugged construction allows for maximum durability while maintaining ease of functionality.

Each design enables the units to be easily concealed and visually adapted to the environment of the training terrain.


"Arty Box"


Safety Features

Each device operates on a secure network, utilizing a four part firing sequence to ensure safe and reliable functionality.

The firing module will only respond to the remote containing a unique network MAC address which prevents any other remote or electronic transmitter from firing the system.

Self Contained Operations


The oxygen/propane tanks are secured internally and protected with additional structural reinforcement. This internal tank design enables the units to be placed autonomously, eliminating the need for external hoses or components.


The unit can be used by a single operator to simulate a Point of Impact (POI), in a firing sequence to replicate IDF bracketing, and Fire for Effect (FFE). OPCON's advanced simulator design allows for rapid lane reset, ensuring maximum training exposure.

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