Steiner DBAL A3 Dual Beam Aiming Laser
The Steiner DBAL A3 Dual Beam Aiming Laser-Advanced 3 is the first eye safe IR laser pointer, IR illuminator and green laser pointer in a single compact unit. Features an adjustable IR illuminator for better illumination at longer ranges, dual activation switches and high and low power modes.
The DBAL A3 class 1/3R Civilian, based on the standard issue DBAL A3 for U.S. warfighters, brings the latest advances in IR and laser technology to the civilian market with its dual beam reliability for extreme accuracy in low and no light maneuvers. In addition, the DBAL A3 is the first to feature new defocused adjustable IR illumination technology to enable both midrange and close quarter target acquisition.
Steiner DBAL A3 Dual Beam Aiming Laser-Advanced 3 Features
Visible Green Laser
Fully Adjustable Windage and Elevation
Dual remote cable ports
Single laser activation switch,
Low profile windage and elevation adjusters
Mounting holes for a flip up front sight, sub miniature red dot sight or a MIL SPEC 1913 top rail.
6061 T6 Aircraft Aluminum, MIL SPEC Type III hard coat anodized case
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|Visible Green Laser Wavelength||532 nm|
|IR Laser Wavelength||835 nm|
|IR Illuminator Wavelength||835 nm|
|Visible Red or Green Laser Beam Divergence||<0.8 mRad|
|IR Laser Beam Divergence||<0.8 mRad|
|IR Illuminator Beam Divergence||95-195mRAD (non LED)|
|Visible Green Laser Visibility Range Night and Day||750 m, 15 m|
|IR Laser Visibility Range Night and Day||>250m|
|IR Illuminator Visibility range Night and Day||≤1000 m|
|Temperature||-10° C to +65° C|
|Battery Life (mode dependent)||> 3 Hours|
|Color||Black, Desert Sand|
|Weight (with battery)||8 oz.|
|Dimensions||3.5 (L) x 2.75 (W) x 1.59 (H)|
|Waterproof||Submersible to >5 m|
|Mount||QD HT Mount|
|Windage and Elevation Adjustment||Yes|
|Activation Switch||Integrated Push Button|
|Remote Cable Pressure Pad||Yes|
|Special Features||Dual Remote Cable Ports|
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