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Designed as an invaluable tactical tool for covert and night operations, Steiner Optics' DBAL-I2 Infrared Aiming Laser with IR LED Illuminator is a durable yet compact device that combines an infrared aiming laser with a powerful IR illuminator. Its 850nm infrared laser is visible with NVDs up to 273 yards away, and its illuminator beam is adjustable from a tight 2° spot for target designation, or it can be opened up to 30° to flood a large area to make staging or navigation easier using NVDs.
A rear-facing rotary selector switch enables the operator to quickly choose the output - IR laser or IR illuminator - and intensity to suit the targeting task. The laser system runs on a single CR123A battery with a max runtime of about 3 hours. A quick-release Picatinny rail mount is integrated into the overall design to help reduce the form-factor to make this sight ideal for use on with virtually any rifle platform. The housing is made of the strong and lightweight 6061-T6 aluminum alloy with a matte black corrosion and scratch-resistant MIL-STD hard-anodized finish. Threaded mounting holes are machined into the top of the housing allowing for the easy addition of a short top rail for accessories such as larger IR illuminators or a reflex sight.
Note: Export of this device described herein is strictly prohibited without a valid export license issued by the U.S. Department of State office of Defense Trade Controls, as prescribed in the International Traffic in Arms Regulation (ITAR), Title 22, Code of Federal Regulation, Parts 120-130, and/or the U.S. Department of Commerce. For further information contact the Office of Defense Trade Control and/or the U.S. Department of Commerce.