After 30 years of optical chronographs, Steinert Sensing Systems finally delivers a new technology that gives you reliable shot speed readings in any lighting conditions.
99% precision or better
The SuperChrono’s supersonic shockwave processing technology offers unsurpassed precision independent of lighting and weather conditions.
No more undetected shots
No more worries about sunlight orientation, uneven cloud cover, shadows, reflections from snow or water on the ground, low or indoor lighting, shiny projectiles, shadows or any other changes in light intensity that can cause problems with optical sensors. The SuperChrono detects shots even with rain or snow on its sensors.
Huge shooting area
As an added bonus, the SuperChrono’s supersonic shockwave processing technology offers an optimum shooting area up to 300 times larger than the tiny 2×2 inch area for optical chronographs. This makes it easy to get velocity readings from close to the muzzle to any downrange distance as long as the bullet is supersonic.For the first time it’s easy to get downrange velocity readings and to calculate exact ballistic coefficient.
Monitor shots without leaving shooting bench
The display and its crystals are angled 15 degrees towards the shooter. By placing the SuperChrono 10' in front and 3' below the muzzle, shot speeds can be read without leaving the shooting position. High contrast backlit LCD and large numbers make velocities easy to read even in direct sunlight.
Measure bullet speeds at any distance
Built-in sight lines and front and rear sights make it easy to set up the SuperChrono for bullet speed readings at muzzle level, downrange and at target.
Easy to use as a diagnostic tool
Use the SuperChrono to check for variations in bullet speeds if you find an odd flyer in your shot group or if the groups are not as tight as expected.
Sensor type: Ultrasound microphones
Detection principle: Passing of Mach cone
Detection distance: From 3m (10'') from the muzzle to any downrange distance for supersonic speed
Velocity range: Mach 1.1 to Mach 5 in dry air at 20°C (68°F) = 376 - 1717 m/s or 1234 - 5632 ft/s
Calibre range: 4.3mm (.17) to 84mm
Precision: ±0.5% of measured velocity or better
Minimum time between shots: 100ms = 600 rounds per minute
Shooting area, max height: 1.3m (51'') above sensors
Shooting area, max width: 80cm (31.5'') at 100cm (40'') above sensors
Size: 260mm x 120mm x 46mm (10.2'' x 4.7'' x 1.8'')
Weight: 294g (10.4oz) without batteries
Batteries: 4 AA; NiMh, or Alkaline (not included)
Battery life: 16 hours with alkaline batteries
The BMC-19 is part of the newest generation of ballistic measurement systems using “State of the Art” technology. It combines reliability and an extremely high degree of accuracy. A very user friendly system. The BMC-19 is the result of 25 years of experience in the engineering and development of ballistic speed measurement systems.
Highly accurate, digital controlled infrared lightscreen suitable for all light conditions and provides its own light source. The lightscreen can be adjusted for use calibres ranging from .17 to .50 BMG.
Sensor area: about 4.5 in. x 8 in. (110 x 200mm).
Measuring base: 14 in. (345mm)
The Infrared remote control unit (Ir2C) for the BMC-19 is part of the delivery package. The user is able to control all functions of the BMC-19 from the Ir2C. The Ir2C offers the ability to control multiple BMC-19 units selectively using one remote control.
Accuracy: < 1% from the shown value
Measuring range: 280ft/sec to 6500 ft/sec (85 - 2000 m/s)
Measuring frequency: 16.0 MHz
Calibre range: .17 - .50
250 shot memory
LCD text display
Direct reading of ft/sec, m/s, ft.lbs and the IPSC factor
Power supply: 12v AC Adapter (included)
Power consumption: only 2.1 Watt total
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