Ballistic Manager

Ballistic Manager for 

 

  • testing barrels, weapons and ammunition
  • statistical evaluation of hits and had groups
    • eight statistical printouts
    • individual data fields
    • Data export as CSV and PDF
  • optional traffic lights for optimal shooting rhythm and terminal management of the weapon 
  • several electronic scoring targets for one Ballistic Manager for different distances
  • several Ballistic Managers as server/client configuration for your test performance
  • remote servicing

     

    The Ballistic Manager  is a special product for statistical hit analysis. It is used in the quality assurance of weapon and ammunition manufacturer and in customer test shooting ranges to to determine the best ammunition for a weapon under different environmental conditions (e.g. different temperatures) or between different ammunition production batches.


    The BallMan software calculates the following statistical hit values:

    • Dmax: Diameter of the smallest circle which contains all hits of a series.

    • Hmax: Height of the hit area. It's the distance between the center points of the actual target's highest and lowest hit.

    • Wmax: Width of the hit area. It's the distance between the center points of the actual target's leftist and rightist hit.

    • H+W: Sum of Hmax and Wmax.

    • Sx: Standard deviation of the hit positions in horizontal direction.

    • Sy: Standard deviation of the hit positions in vertical direction.

    • Sa: Quadratic mean of Sx and Sy.

    • DHH (Distance Hit Hit): Center point distance between two consecutive hits.

    • DHH-Mean: Mean value of the DHH values of the consecutive hits of a series.</span>

    • DHH-STD: Standard deviation of the DHH values of the consecutive hits of a series.</span>

    • DHH-Min: Smallest value of the DHH values of the consecutive hits of a series.</span>

    • DHH-Max: Biggest value of the DHH values of the consecutive hits of a series.</span>

    • DHH(S): This value is calculated for a whole subtest of an ammunition test. DHH(S) is the mean value of all subtest series DHH-Mean values.</span>

    • Series position: Distance between the mean value of all target hits and the mean value of the actual series hits in horizontal and vertical direction.

    • Dmax(S), STD, Min, Max: These values are calculated for a whole subtest of an ammunition test. Dmax(S) is the mean value of the subtest series Dmax values. STD is the standard deviation of the subtest series Dmax values. Min is the minimum Dmax value of all subtest series Dmax values. Max is the maximum Dmax value of all subtest series Dmax values.

       

    Note: All values are given in unit [mm] with 1/100mm resolution.



    Combined with the Mehl ballistic speed measurement system ( www.kurzzeit.com ) BMC 18, PVM 21, BMC 21, BMC 31 or the systems of Drello LS-11 & LS-23 ( www.drello.de ) the BallMan can also detect the bullet's velocity (see chapter 2.2.2.5). 

    • V-Hit: Velocity of the last measured hit.

    • V-Mean: Mean value of the bullet velocities within the actual subtest or series.

    • V-STD: Standard deviation of the bullet velocities within the actual subtest or series.

    • V-Min: Minimum bullet velocity within the actual subtest or series.

    • V-Max: Maximum bullet velocity within the actual subtest or series.

    • V-No.: Number of shots which were used to calculate V-Mean, V-STD, V-Min and V-Max.


    Note: All velocity values are given in unit [m/sec].


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