Portable LOMAH

InVeris Portable LOMAH system is a lightweight, electronic scoring target system that adds an adjustable base, power pack, Wi-Fi radio, and an optional self-healing static target to the proven InVeris LOMAH bar

The Portable LOMAH system can communicate out to 2000 meters and operate for up to 10 hours per charge on the standard Lithium battery with larger options available.

The self-contained system allows the LOMAH bar to be used in a wide variety of environments and training applications.

  • It can be set out on an existing range for quickly zeroing rifles and marksmanship training
  • Placed in real world environments for mission rehearsal, from wooded forest to bodies of water

The Portable Location of Miss and Hit (LOMAH) system adds electronic shot scoring and hit placement for improved training and quickly zeroing rifles.

The system measures the precise time of a bullet’s supersonic shock wave passing over the microphone sensor array. Attached below the height of the lifter and encased with ballistic protection, the microphone array is positioned so the system is not damaged by bullets.

InVeris’ Portable LOMAH system registers the passing of the bullet, computing the bullet’s location (X, Y coordinate) and presents a graphical image of shot location on the target, appearing on the shooter’s Firing Point Computer (FPC). This provides the shooter and instructor with immediate feedback of the shot location via the FPC on the firing line. The bullet’s measured location provides the shooter the information needed to accurately display shot grouping and zeroing of weapons more effectively, resulting in improved marksmanship skills. Single shots and bursts are recorded as well. The system can be used for a wide variety of ammunition, from .22 to .50 caliber.

InVeris’ Portable LOMAH system provides an impressive array of features, including:

  • Quick and easy installation on new or existing ranges
  • Ethernet or Wi-Fi communication for quick, robust communication without latency in receiving results
  • Individual replacement of sensor modules for less expensive and faster maintenance of the system
  • Sensor modules configured to perform in a wide variety of topologies
  • Results in a lower overall cost of system due to:
    • Electronics easily incorporated into InVeris’ lifters
    • Availability in a stand-alone unit, deployable to any target lifter

LOMAH Firing Point Computer (FPC)

InVeris’ FPC is a multi-function tool, providing:

  • Integration into the LOMAH system for individual shooter real time feedback at the firing position
  • Control of InVeris target lifter, as applicable
  • Adjustable brightness of display
  • 4X zoom of target view
  • Replay of the last shot fired
  • Sequential numbered shots
  • Report a crossfire if used with a LSI
  • Scoring information for hits on target
  • Group size and diameter
  • Integrated sun shield
  • Comfortable carry handle for easy transport

LOMAH may also be referred to as

  • Automatic Marking System (AMS)
  • Projectile Location System (PLS)

Portable LOMAH Product Specifications

  • Caliber – Typical .22 to .50 caliber (NATO 5.56 to 12.7mm)
  • Projectile Velocity – At least 450 m/sec (1,476 ft/sec ) at the target
  • Detection Zone – Adjustable, typical detection window is 3 X 2.5 m (10 X 8 ft)
  • Detection Rate – 1200 round per minute maximum
  • Accuracy, Perpendicular – Average radial tolerance <5mm at the target center within a circle of radius of 150mm in wind conditions <1.5 m/s
  • Power Supply and Electronics – Options Available: Removable 20v Lithium ion battery pack, Separate enclosure powered by +12 V, Separate enclosure powered by POE
  • Standard Communications – Ethernet 100 BaseT
  • Operating Temperature – -25C to 70ºC (-13º F to 158º F)
  • Storage Temperature – -40ºC to 70ºC (-40º F to 158º F)
  • Enclosure Rating – IP67
  • Software – Works with InVeris RangeMaster™ software for shot display