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MADE IN U.S.A. PNI Sensor TargetPoint DMC PNI's TargetPoint DMC delivers unbeatable accuracy and reliability in the harshest conditions. It is a key enabler in situational awareness, threat detection and neutralization. TargetPoint combines PNI's patented magneto-inductive sensors and measurement circuitry with a 3-axis MEMS accelerometer for unparalleled cost effectiveness and performance. Qualified as a drop-in replacement in the STORM-mLRF program, TargetPoint is an ideal choice for far target locators and laser range finders that require real-world reliability and performance.

Same specs. Made and supported in the USA.

TargetPoint provides the same performance as exsiting DMCs, and it is a drop-in replacement in the STORM mLRF. The TargetPoint DMC module is extensively tested to military standards, including weapon shock, to ensure specifications are consistently met.

  • Weapon-Shock Tested
  • High Resolution / Accuracy
  • 3-Axis Measurement
  • Module
  • Hard- and Soft-Iron Correction


Performance Specifications
Azimuth (heading) 0.5° RMS
Elevation (pitch) and Bank (roll) accuracy 0.2° RMS
Angular Resolution 0.01°
Magnetic Field Residual Error 0.06 µT RMS
Magnetic Field Calibrated Range ±150 µT
Mechanical Characteristics
Dimensions (l × w × h) 33 × 31 × 13.5 mm
Weight 20 grams max
Mounting Options Level or 90° side-mounted
I/O Characteristics
Data Interface RS 232 subset (CMOS-level)
Encoding ASCII
Communication Reporting Rate 1,2,5,10 and 20 Hz continuous measurement
10 Hz maximum Single Measurement
Power Requirements
Supply Voltage 4.75 to 5.25 VDC
Average Current Draw @ 10 Hz <45 mA
Environmental Testing
Operating Temperature −40 to +70 °C per MIL-STD-810G. Method 501.5 and 502.5
Storage Temperature (non-operational) −57 to +85 °C per MIL-STD-810G. Method 501.5 and 502.5
Shock (non-operational) 5000 shots while mounted in STORM on M4 rifle
Vibration (non-operational) MIL-STD-810G. Method 514.5, Procedure 1 - General Vibration.
Random vibration per Annex C - Figure 514.5C-17, with duration of ≥1 hour on each of 3 axes.