ROCKET LAUNCHERS

INTERVALOMETER
Arnold defense designed the intervalometer and has produced more than 500,000 since 1961. This device allows pilots to select and fire individual rocket tubes in sequential order, or ripple-fire an entire launcher within seconds. The 10-round and 19-round intervalometers provide a 40 millisecond and 60 millisecond space in between rocket fires, respectively. Roughly the size of a small hand-held flashlight, the intervalometer fits inside launchers such as the lau-68 or lau-131, and is set by ordnance technicians prior to take off.

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