Components and Packaging
Infrared Modules - Key components for operational precision
The affiliate AIM Infrarot-Module possesses decades of experience in the development, production and worldwide marketing of infrared detectors and stirling coolers for applications in seeker heads, thermal imagers and drones. The product portfolio ranges from cooled infrared detectors adapted for thermal imaging applications for land-, air and naval platforms as well as missiles and thermal imagers for drones based on cooled and uncooled infared detectors to infrared imagers for long-range infantry weapons and infrared modules for space applications.
The high-tech company AIM Infrarot-Module concentrates all core capabilities in the fields of electronics, microelectronics, semiconductor technology up to crystal breeding, optics and precision engineering under a single roof.
Ammunition fuzes / safety and arming devices – Key components of intelligent ammunition solutions
The affiliate JUNGHANS Microtec stands for European fuze technology in the development and manufacture of fuzes as well as safety and arming devices for guided missiles, rockets as well as medium- and large-caliber ammunition. State-of-the-art micromechanics and large-scale integrated electronics enable the development and production of modern fuzing systems for the Bundeswehr and allied forces. T2M, the subsidiary of JUNGHANS Microtec, is located at Le Ferté Aubin in France.
Solutions for energy supply
Diehl Defence has in-house development and production facilities available to meet needs for electric energy storage devices for missiles, ammunition and other special applications. The affiliate Diehl & Eagle Picher produces activatable thermal batteries for military applications, fuze batteries in lithium-thionyl chloride technology as well as customer-specific battery packs in lithium, nickel-cadmium and nickel-hybrid technology for the defence, electronics and communications and space industries.
Packaging systems for transporting hazardous goods
For more than five decades, Diehl Defence has been developing, producing and marketing high-quality packaging systems for tank ammunition, mortar grenades, anti-tank weapons, fuzes and hand grenades at its Röthenbach location. In addition, hazardous goods packaging for lithium-ion batteries are delivered to the automotive industry. A packaging system consists of an outer and an inner packaging. The outer packaging made of wood, plywood and metal is complemented by an internal container made of spirally wound fibrous materials.