558 HWS user Manual 2015 Rev D

558 HWS user Manual 2015 Rev D
OPERATOR’S MANUAL
FOR
558™
HWS® (HOLOGRAPHIC WEAPON SIGHT)
See inside cover for distribution statement.
EOTech Technical Manual ver. D
FEBRUARY 2015
An L-3 Company
DISTRIBUTION STATEMENT: Distribution is authorized to U.S. Government agencies
and their contractors. This publication is required for administration and operational
purposes. Additional copies of this document can be found on the manufacturer’s
website. Written requests must be referred to:
L-3® EOTech® Service Dept.
Attn: TM Request
1201 E. Ellsworth Rd.
Ann Arbor, MI 48108
(734)741-8868 x2176
[email protected]
• This commodity is controlled under the Export Administration Regulations (EAR),
ECCN 0A987, and may not be exported to a Foreign Person, either U.S. or abroad,
without a license or exception from the U.S. Department of Commerce.
WARNING
WEAPON SAFETY: Prior to mounting the HWS® on your weapon, be sure the
weapon is cleared. If you are not sure how to clear your weapon, please see the
accompanying operator’s manual for the weapon platform you are mounting the sight
on.
LASER SAFETY: The HWS® is a Class II laser product. The Class II level illuminating beam, however, is completely blocked by the housing. The only laser light accessible to the eye is the image beam and is at a power level within the limit of a Class
IIa laser product. The illuminating beam can become accessible to the eye if the
housing is broken. Turn the sight off immediately and return the broken unit to the
factory for repair.
FCC COMPLIANCE: The HWS® complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation
is subject to the following conditions: (1) this device may not cause harmful interference and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference
that may cause undesired operation. Complies with 21 CFR Chapter 1, Subchapter J.
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CAUTION
• Never disassemble the sight’s optical assembly. The optical cavity is purged, nitrogen filled, and sealed to achieve fog resistant performance. Disassembly will void
the warranty and render the sight inoperable.
• When using a Night Vision compatible HWS® in tandem with an NV device, always
check to make sure the sight is off before pressing the NV button to turn on the sight
in the Night Vision mode. Otherwise, it will toggle to the Normal mode and saturate
the image intensifier.
• When a sudden increase in resistance is felt in the elevation or windage adjustment
shafts, the end of the adjustment range has been reached. DO NOT TURN THE
ADJUSTMENTS ANY FARTHER OR SERIOUS DAMAGE MAY OCCUR TO THE
SIGHT.
• Never clean the glass surface with a dry cloth or paper towel; always dampen the
glass surfaces prior to cleaning.
• All moving parts of the sight are permanently lubricated with the exception of the
quick release lever. If audible sounds are generated when opening/closing lever, add
a drop of lubricant to lever assembly. Do not try to lubricate any other moving part.
• D
o not use deteriorated or corroded batteries. Inspect batteries for rips, tears, dents,
or cuts in the housing. If there is any exposed, internal content of the battery, it could
affect the operation of the sight.
• The 558 HWS® units are designed to mount directly to either a 1”(25.4mm) weaver
or MIL-STD-1913 rail specification.
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1.0INTRODUCTION............................................................................................. 1
1.1 General Information............................................................................... 1
1.2 Key Attributes........................................................................................ 2
1.3 Equipment Description.......................................................................... 5
1.4 Location and Description of Major Components.................................. 7
2.0 OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS........................................................................ 9
2.1 Description of Components, Controls, and Indicators.......................... 9
2.1.1
Hood.......................................................................................... 10
2.1.2
Batteries ................................................................................... 10
2.1.3
Replacing Batteries................................................................... 12
2.1.4
Electronic Features................................................................... 13
2.1.5 Night Vision Mode..................................................................... 15
2.1.6 Windage and Elevation Adjustments........................................ 16
2.2 Preventive Maintenance Checks and Services (PMCS)..................... 18
2.3Troubleshooting................................................................................... 19
2.4 Unit Level Maintenance and Repair.................................................... 23
2.5 Installation of Equipment..................................................................... 25
2.6 Zeroing Procedures............................................................................. 26
3.0 APPENDIX A, COMPONENTS OF END ITEM.............................................. 27
3.1
Replacement Items.............................................................................. 27
4.0 APPENDIX B, FACTORY CONTACTS.......................................................... 28
1.0INTRODUCTION
1.1 General Information
This manual is an overview of the 558 HWS® (Holographic Weapon Sight), and will
define the basic operation, features/benefits, and options of this proprietary optical
system. The HWS® is a state of-the-art optical sighting system, employing holographic sighting technology for small to medium caliber weaponry and launching type
platforms. The HWS® utilizes holographic optics fabrication technology that is used
in the production of advanced heads up display in attack fighter aircraft for targeting,
gauge reading, weapon system verification, etc. L-3® EOTech® has miniaturized the
sophisticated sighting heads up display system into a compact and rugged package
for use on small arms and other weapon platforms.
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1.2 Key Attributes
The 558 HWS® is a lightweight, non-magnifying, optical sight designed for close to
mid range engagements. It allows very fast target acquisition and engagement at
short ranges while providing aiming capability out to 300 meters equal to or better
than iron sights.
The major combat advantage of the HWS® is extremely rapid reticle-on-target acquisition. As quickly as a target is identified, the holographic reticle can be superimposed
on the target. The sight allows operators to maintain eye contact on the target and to
place the holographic reticle onto the target without shifting focus. Operators can
quickly acquire the target and reticle in the same focal plane for fast and accurate shot
placement.
The HWS® appears to project the holographic image of a reticle on the target plane.
The sight can be used as a bright open reticle image or a fine dot which is limited only
by the acuity of the shooter’s eye. The heads up display window allows an undistorted and unrestricted view of the target.
The 558 is offered with one of the following (3) reticle options (see fig. 1):
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0- 65 minute ring with vertical and horizontal stadia and a 1 MOA aiming dot.
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Fig. 1 558 reticle
The HWS® offers extremely fast target acquisition in Close Quarter Battle (CQB)
using the large ring, and aiming precision in longer range engagements (using the
MOA Dot) without obscuring the target.
Another advantage of the HWS® is the full field of view which allows the operator better situational awareness. The HWS® employs a true heads up display (HUD) window
that eliminates blind spots and constricted or tunnel vision associated with scope
sights. Controls are inset into the HWS® housing with no protruding knobs, battery
compartments, or rings obscuring the target. Utilizing natural binocular vision is an
advantage of this sighting system, as well as additional threat identification through
increased operator situational awareness and peripheral vision.
The 558 can operate in tandem with Generation I – III+ night vision intensifier tubes.
Operators can see the holographic reticle image with helmet mounted or weapon
mounted night vision devices. The HWS® is a passive system and emits no signature
from frontal or from a peripheral aspect. While in the NV mode, the sight is undetect3
able by opposing force night vision equipment. The HWS® can be positioned behind
night vision systems without any “bloom” on the target area.
The primary use of the HWS® is for the M4A1 carbine and CQBR in Close Quarters
Battle. The HWS® is not however, limited to carbines. The HWS® can also be used
on medium caliber machine guns, grenade launchers, bolt guns, crossbows, and less
than lethal projectile launchers. The sight provides a 1X (no magnification) sight picture and is not designed as a long range sight system, however, it can be used as
effectively as iron sights on targets to 300 meters.
The advantage of the HWS® is that it provides the operator superior shooting performance, rapid reticle-on-target acquisition, full field of view and accurate shot placement. The HWS® can be naturally employed by all levels of users, from novice to the
most highly trained operator.
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1.3 558 Equipment Description
Operation
• Optics: Transmission holography
• Magnification: 1x
• Eye Relief: Unlimited
• Length/Width/Height: 5.5”x2.2”x2.6” (140 x 55.8 x 64mm)
• Weight: 13.3 oz (377g)
• Water Resistant: Submersible to 33 ft (10m) depth
• Sealing: Fog resistant internal optics
• Color/Finish: Non-reflective black
• Adjustment (per click): 0.5 MOA (1/2” (12.7mm) at 100 yds (91m))
• Adjustment Range: +/- 40 MOA travel
• Mount: 1” (25.4mm) weaver or MIL-STD 1913 rail
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Display Window
• Optical Surfaces: Anti-reflection coating
• Window Dimensions: 1.20” x 0.85” (30 x 23mm)
• Front Window Material: Shatter resistant glass 1/8"(3.17mm)
• Rear Window Material: Shatter resistant laminate (3/16” (4.76mm)
• Field of View 100 yds (91m): 30 yds (28m) at a 4” eye relief
• Reticle Options: 0
65MOA circle with quadrant ticks with 1 MOA aiming dot
Electrical
• Brightness Adjustment Range in day mode: 146,000:1 brightest to lowest
• Night Vision Brightness Range: 1280:1 with NV switch engaged
• Power Source: 2 x Alkaline or Lithium batteries
• Battery Life: Approximately 600 continuous hours at nominal setting 12 with Alkaline
Approximately 1,000 continuous hours at nominal setting 12 with Lithium
• Brightness Settings: 30 settings with scrolling feature (10 settings for NV use)
• Auto Battery Check Indicator: Flashing reticle upon start-up
• Auto Shut-down: At 8 hrs- programmable to 4 hrs
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1.4 Location and Description of Major Components
Protective
Hood
Battery Cap
Latch
Removable
Battery Cap
Elevation
Adjustment
Rail Adjustment Nut
Windage
Adjustment
Fig 2: 558 components
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Holographic Window - Contains the embedded holographic reticle pattern that forms a virtual
image of the reticle when illuminated by laser light.
Protective Hood - Preassembled, protective hood increases durability of sight housing and
protects the sight from impact damage.
Battery Cap Latch - A cam lever that secures the removable battery compartment to the sight
and prevents water, dirt, or grime from entering the battery housing.
Battery Cap- Protective housing that contains the power source for the HWS®. The compartment is easily and quickly removed for the replacement of batteries.
Universal Mount - Ambidextrous, quick release base mounts to either a 1” (25.4mm) Weaver
or MIL-STD-1913 rail. Adjustable lever accommodates all MIL-STD 1913 rail tolerances.
Windage Adjustment - Adjusts the point of impact 1/2 MOA per click in a leftward and rightward
direction.
Elevation Adjustment - Adjusts the point of impact 1/2 MOA per click in an upward and downward direction.
On/Off, NV Mode, and Brightness Switches - Raised button control interface allows the
operator to perform and adjust user settings for appropriate and preferred conditions (see page
14).
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2.0
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
This section describes the features and operating instructions of the 558. Please read the
instructions carefully before mounting and using the sight, and always practice proper firearm
safety.
The HWS® will include:
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•
•
•
Sight assembly
2 x Alkaline AA batteries
Product Registration/Warranty Card
Quick Reference Card
2.1
Description of Components, Controls, and Indicators
The HWS® uses a laser to illuminate a holographic reticle pattern embedded in the display
window and forms a virtual image of a reticle pattern. The shooter looks through the display
window and sees a bright red image of a reticle pattern projected onto the target plane. No light
is projected onto the target plane. The HWS® has no magnification.
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2.1.1Hood
The HWS® is equipped with a protective hood. This hood is pre-assembled at the factory.
Should your hood require repair or replacement, please contact your unit armorer for repair,
replacement, or contact the manufacturer (L-3® EOTech®) for repair or replacement.
2.1.2Battery
Two initially supplied AA Alkaline batteries power the 558. The HWS® is designed to maintain
constant brightness at a particular setting as the batteries drain down. The reticle brightness
will not fade gradually as the batteries run down, but rather, shut down abruptly. The first indication of the batteries draining is the reticle blinking when the unit is turned on (see Electronic
Features 2.1.4). Another indication of low batteries is the reticle pattern blinking off and on during recoil. With high recoil guns, this can occur before the battery check indicates low battery
condition. If the reticle pattern blinks off and on during recoil or turns off suddenly, replace the
batteries. Please read and follow the battery replacement and battery check procedures
described in this Manual. It is always good practice to replace the batteries with a fresh one
before a mission.
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Removable
Battery Cap
Battery Cap
Latch
Battery
Orientation
Figure 3: Proper Battery Installation
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2.1.3
Replacing the Battery
Remove the battery compartment by lifting up on the locking cam lever and carefully sliding the
battery compartment away and up from the sight housing (Figure 3). After the battery compartment is removed, slide the batteries out and replace them with a fresh set. The labels on the
bottom of battery compartment show the correct battery orientation. Always make sure the
gasket is free of dirt before the battery compartment is reinstalled or the seal may be compromised. To reinstall the battery compartment, point the sight towards the ground and slide battery
compartment onto base. Make sure there is enough clearance between the contact and the
batteries to avoid bending the contacts. Hold the battery compartment down firmly against the
base and close the locking cam. Before you push down on cam lever, make sure the battery
compartment sits all the way down and is parallel to the base. Verify correct battery installation
immediately by turning on the sight and checking if the holographic reticle appears. If the batteries are left in the sight backwards, they will be drained of their power.
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2.1.4
Electronic Features
All electronic controls are via pushbutton switches located on the left side of the unit housing
as shown in Fig. 4. To ensure proper operation of the pushbutton switches, press firmly on the
center of the switch.
1. ON/ Auto Battery Check
Pressing the Up or Down Arrow pushbutton switches will turn the sight ON at Level 12. See
item 4 under this section for a description of Auto shutdown. The sight will automatically perform
a battery check every time it is turned on. The reticle will blink when the batteries have between
2.5 and 5 hours of useful life left.
2. OFF
To turn the sight off, simultaneously press both the UP and DOWN arrows. Verify that the sight
is on/off by looking through the heads-up display window for the reticle.
3. Brightness Adjustment
Pushbutton switches vary the brightness intensity of the holographic reticle pattern. Pressing
the UP arrow or DOWN arrow switch will change the brightness level up or down. There are
twenty (20) daytime brightness settings provided to allow the user to adjust the reticle brightness to their preference.
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4. Auto Shutdown
The HWS® has an auto shutdown feature. If the sight is turned on by pressing the UP button,
it will automatically shut itself OFF 8 hours after the last pushbutton control is used. The
sight will automatically shut OFF after 4 hours if it is turned on by pressing the DOWN button.
Fig 4: Pushbutton interface
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2.1.5
Night Vision Mode On/Off Auto Shutdown
The 558 is compatible with Generation I - III+ Night Vision Devices. At the night vision settings,
the reticle brightness is low enough that when viewed with a night vision device, the reticle
image does not bloom.
1. ON/ Night Vision Mode and 8 Hour Auto Shut Down
Pressing the NV Button (see Fig. 4) will turn the sight ON in Night Vision Mode. The sight will
turn on at Level 4 and automatically shut off 8 hours after the last pushbutton control is used.
There are ten (10) NV brightness settings provided to allow the user to adjust the reticle brightness to their preference.
2. OFF/ Turning Sight OFF
To turn the sight off, press both the UP and DOWN arrows simultaneously. Verify that the sight
shuts off by looking though the heads-up window with the night vision device.
3. TOGGLE/ Between Normal and Night Vision Modes
To toggle between NORMAL and NIGHT VISION MODES, press the NV button. When
switching between modes, the sight will remember the last brightness setting. NOTE: When
used with a Night Vision device, always check to make sure the sight is not turned on before
pressing the NV button to turn on the sight in the Night Vision mode. Otherwise, it will toggle
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to the Normal mode and saturates the image intensifier.
2.1.6
Windage and Elevation Adjustments
Elevation
Adjustment
Windage Adjustment
Fig 5: Adjustments
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The HWS® features click mechanisms for elevation and windage adjustments. The elevation
and windage adjustment are located on the right-hand side of the sight (Figure 5). The knob
towards the front is the windage adjustment and the knob towards the rear is the elevation
adjustment. Both of these adjustment mechanisms are grooved with a slotted screw head and
require the use of a screwdriver, coin, or spent brass to turn. The elevation and windage adjustments are shown in Fig. 5. For both elevation and windage, each click will change the bullet’s
point of impact 1/2 Minute of Angle (MOA), ¼ inch (6.35mm) at 50 yards (45.7m), or ½ inch
(12.7mm) at 100 yards (91m). Also, one full rotation of either knob will change the point of
impact 10 MOA, 5 inches (127mm) at 50 yards (45.7m), or 10 inches (254mm) at 100 yards
(91m). To move the point of impact UP, turn the elevation adjustment LEFT. To move the point
of impact RIGHT, turn the windage adjustment RIGHT.
The HWS® elevation and windage adjustments are factory collimated with the bore of the rifle
parallel to the mounting rail. The sight should be close to mechanical zero when mounted on a
properly installed rail. Do not turn the adjustments before mounting the sight on the firearm.
Be sure to check that the mount and sight are securely mounted after initial firing
CAUTION – When encountering an increase in resistance in adjustments, the end of the
adjustment range has been reached. DO NOT turn the adjustments any farther, serious
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damage may occur to the sight.
2.2
Preventive Maintenance Checks and Services (PMCS)
OPERATOR LEVEL MAINTENANCE
The operator is limited to replacing batteries and cleaning the battery compartment and outer
housing surfaces of the sight.
REPLACING BATTERY
See the heading ‘Replacing Battery’ (2.1.3) under section Description of Components, Controls,
and Indicators. Do not use deteriorated or corroded batteries. Inspect battery for rips, tears, or
cuts in the housing. If there is any exposed, internal content of the batteries, it could potentially effect the operation of the sight.
OPERATOR CLEANING INSTRUCTIONS
1. The optical system and the window are coated with anti-reflection material. When cleaning
the glass surfaces, first blow away any dirt and dust. Fingerprints and lubricants can be wiped
off with lens tissue or a soft cotton cloth, moistened with lens cleaning fluid or glass cleaner sold
in any camera store. Never clean the glass surface with a dry cloth or paper towel; always
dampen the glass surfaces prior to cleaning.
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2. No maintenance is needed on the sight’s surface, except to occasionally wipe off with a soft
cloth. Use only a water-based cleaner such as glass cleaner, ammonia, or soap and water.
Never use any solvent-type cleaner such as alcohol or acetone. Do not use gun cleaner to
clean or lubricate the HWS®.
3. All moving parts of the sight are permanently lubricated with the exception of the quick
release lever. If audible sounds are generated when opening/closing lever, add a drop of
lubricant to lever assembly. Do not try to lubricate any other moving part.
4. Never disassemble the sight’s optical assembly! The optical cavity is purged, nitrogen filled,
and sealed to achieve fog resistant performance. Disassembly will void the warranty and
damage the sight.
2.3
Troubleshooting
The following section outlines measures the operator can take in the event of the named failure.
Failure: The sight will not power up:
Corrective Action 1: Ensure that the sight is off, and not ON at a very low brightness
setting, or in NV mode, by pressing both the UP and Down buttons simultanously.
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Corrective Action 2: Ensure the batteries are inserted properly. The proper battery
orientation is located on the bottom of the battery cap.
Corrective Action 3: Replace the batteries with new, unused batteries that contain a
full charge.
Corrective Action 4: Inspect the battery contact points in both the battery cap and in
the sight itself. Ensure that they are free of debris or corrosion.
Corrective Action 5: Reset the electronics by removing any source of power for
approximately two minutes. This will allow a capacitor in the electronics housing to
drain of power, resetting the electronics. Reinstall the battery and operate the sight as
normal.
Corrective Action 6: Check the battery contacts for corrosion or wear. Clean the con
tacts.
Corrective Action 7: Turn in the sight for unit level maintenance.
Failure: The reticle is fuzzy/ has a ‘halo’ effect/ has more than one reticle:
The reticle is naturally pixilated and the outer circle will appear to be made up of many
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small dots. The center circle will still be distinguishable as one dot.
Corrective Action 1: Lower the brightness level of the reticle. This fault is generally
caused by the reticle brightness being too high. The reticle is not designed to be so
bright as to block the target.
Corrective Action 2: The reticle is projected onto your target plane. You must focus on
it like you would any other object at that distance. Do NOT focus on the sight housing,
rather, focus on your target. The outer ring is designed to be a reference to center,
similar to a ghost ring.
Corrective Action 3: If you wear corrective lenses for nearsightedness, you will require
them, not reading glasses, to see the reticle in focus, as it is projected onto the target
plane. If you wear bifocals or have astigmatism, you may see a distorted reticle.
Corrective Action 4: Check with others who have used the sight, and compare what
you see to ensure it is not your focal acuity prior to turning the sight in for repair.
Corrective Action 5: Turn the sight in for unit level maintenance.
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Failure: The reticle is flashing/ flashing on and off/ unit turns off during recoil:
Corrective Action 1: This is the low battery indicator. Replace the batteries.
Corrective Action 2: If the batteries are low, a high recoil weapon platform can cause
the reticle to flash on and off, even before the low battery indicator takes effect.
Replace the batteries.
Corrective Action 3: Replace the batteries with an Energizer brand battery. These have
proven to be the most effective to withstanding a consistent amount of recoil. Many
brands of batteries deteriorate faster than others and can result in these failures.
Corrective Action 4: Turn the sight in for unit level maintenance.
Failure: There is a streak in the reticle/ the reticle is dim/ the reticle fades in parts of the window:
Corrective Action 1: Replace the batteries.
Corrective Action 2: Check with others who have used the sight, and compare what
you see to ensure it is not your focal acuity prior to turning the sight in for repair.
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Corrective Action 3: Turn in for unit level maintenance.
2.4
Unit Level Maintenance and Repair
The Unit Armorer or individual responsible for unit level maintenance is only authorized to
replace or repair the following items:
– Batteries
– Battery Cap
– Quick release, adjustable base
– Protective Hood and Hood Screws
– Quick Reference Card
Please see Additional Authorized Items in Appendix A for the corresponding NSN numbers for
the above listed components.
If the sight has been turned in for unit level maintenance that requires action in addition to the
above mentioned authorized repair or replacement items, the sight will need to be returned to
the manufacturer for the repair.
Contacting the manufacturer for repair:
1. V
isit the manufacturer’s website at http://www.eotechinc.com. Click on the Service and
Support Tab in the menu bar and follow the instructions.
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2. Call or email L-3® EOTech®’s Customer Service Department at the following:
(734) 741-8868 x2176
[email protected]
3. B
e sure to leave a name, contact number, return shipping address, and failure description
in the email or on a voice mail. This will allow the manufacturer to generate a Return
Authorization Number (RA#) to include with the sight(s). DO NOT SHIP THE SIGHTS
WITHOUT A RETURN AUTHORIZATION NUMBER (this will severely delay the turn around
time on repair or replacement).
4. If you require, fill out a DD Form 1149 to include with the sight(s) you will return. Include a
reference to the RA#, and a signature line for L-3® EOTech®’s Service Department to sign
indicating the receipt of materials. The signed copy will be mailed, faxed, or emailed back
to you upon receipt of the sight(s) for the purposes of accountability.
5. If the manufacturing date located on the bottom of the sight is more than Five years old, a
fee will be assessed for repair to include the cost of both parts and labor. A purchase order
will be required to process the repair. Please contact L-3® EOTech® for an estimate.
Please send the unit postage prepaid, to address listed in Appendix B. Please include your
name, address, telephone number, and a written description of the problem you are encountering, and also include the RA #. Whenever possible, ship the sight in its original box.
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2.5
Installation of Equipment
Adjustment Nut
MOUNTING
Cross bolt for
Rail Slot
The 558 is equipped with mounting hardware (see Figure
6) to attach to a 1” (25.4mm) Weaver or MIL-STD-1913
Picatinny style rail. To achieve the best results and accuracy, the HWS® must be mounted properly. The rail needs
to be as parallel as possible to the bore to permit the Quick Detach Lever Locking Button
maximum elevation and windage adjustments. If it is
required, it is strongly recommend that the rail be installed
Figure 6
by a qualified gunsmith. To mount the sight, please follow these steps.
1. First, push the locking button inward, then turn the quick detach lever so it is away from its
closed and nested position in the base of the sight. The locking button must be pushed down
before pulling on the lever. This will expand the clamping interface to allow the sight to mount
onto the rail.
2. The sight contains a small cross bolt that rests in the groove of the Picatinny rail. Move the
sight to the position desired on the rail and allow the post to rest fully in the closest groove.
3. Push the sight as far forward as possible and close the quick detach lever so it is fully shut
and nested in the base of the sight.
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4. If at first the sight does not appear to be secure or the lever does not fully close, turn the
adjustment nut opposite the quick detach lever clockwise for a tighter fit, and counterclockwise
to accommodate wider rail tolerances.
2.6
Zeroing Procedures
Once the weapon’s iron sights have been zeroed, please refer to the section on Windage and
Elevation Adjustments (Section 2.1.6) to zero the HWS®. The following are some additional
reference aids that can be used during the zeroing process.
BORE SIGHTING
Bore sighting is a good preliminary procedure in achieving proper alignment of your sight to the
firearm. A chamber laser/ bore sighter is an aid in achieving collomation.
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3.0
APPENDIX A: Components of End Item
3.1
REPLACEMENT ITEMS
To obtain replacement parts that are able to be field installed for your HWS or Magnifier
Please visit our Web page support link at:
http://www.eotechinc.com/hws-service-and-support/parts-and-repair
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4.0
APPENDIX B: Factory Contacts
Customer Service/Repair..................................................................... 888-EOTHOLO
(734) 741-8868
Technical Sales/Service.............................................................(734) 741-8868 x2176
Link to website to submit RA Request:......... http://www.EOTech-inc.com/raform.php
Shipping Address:
L-3® EOTech® Inc.
1201 E. Ellsworth Rd.
Ann Arbor, MI 48108
USA
EMAIL............................................................................. [email protected]
Visit us on the web........................................................................ www.eotechinc.com
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