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=== CLU BATTERY Indicator  ===
 
=== CLU BATTERY Indicator  ===
  
=== AMBER STATUS INDICATORS ===
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=== MISSILE BIT FAILURE Indicator ===
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The MISSILE BIT FAILURE indicator is located on the top left side of the CLU display (Bottom right on real FGM-148 CLU's). A
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steady light indicates that the missile BIT has detected a failure in the missile, and a flashing light
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indicates a misfire when the gunner squeezes the fire trigger and the missile does not launch.
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This is currently not implemented in ACE's Javelin implementation and is there purely for cosmetic reasons.

Revision as of 11:54, 23 July 2017

Command Launch Unit Status Indicators

Day (DAY) Indicator

This indicator lights up green if the CLU (Command Launch Unit, AKA the "Scope") is in Normal/Daytime mode (Not in Nightvision or Thermal View).

Wide Field-of-View (WFOV) Indicator

Indicator lights up if the Device is in Wide-FOV view (4x Zoom)

Narrow Field-of-View (NFOV) Indicator

Indicator lights up if the Device is in Near-FOV view (12x Zoom)

Seeker (SEEK) Indicator

Top Attack (TOP) Indicator

Direct Attack (DIR) Indicator

Filter (FLTR) Indicator

HANGFIRE Indicator

The HANGFIRE indicator is located on the bottom left side of the CLU display. The HANGFIRE indicator flashes to indicate a missile hangfire when the gunner squeezes the fire trigger and the missile does not launch.

This is currently not implemented in ACE's Javelin implementation and is there purely for cosmetic reasons.

CLU BATTERY Indicator

MISSILE BIT FAILURE Indicator

The MISSILE BIT FAILURE indicator is located on the top left side of the CLU display (Bottom right on real FGM-148 CLU's). A steady light indicates that the missile BIT has detected a failure in the missile, and a flashing light indicates a misfire when the gunner squeezes the fire trigger and the missile does not launch.

This is currently not implemented in ACE's Javelin implementation and is there purely for cosmetic reasons.