Manufacturer: Laser Genetics LG-ND3X50SZ
Now target acquisition and illumination at night can be achieved even in the coldest of temperatures. The new incredibly bright ND-3x50 Subzero Long Distance Laser Designator is the most powerful Laser Genetics product yet. Equipped with an innovative unique circuitry system that enables the DPSS 532nm green laser to operate at temperatures down to 0° Fahrenheit, without loss of power.
The patented Rotary Optical Collimator uses a system of 9 fully multi-coated lenses that allowing full adjustment and control of the beam diameter and intensity to focus light where you need it most. Rotating the collimator to minimum, it creates a bright intense beam of green laser light visible up to 5 miles. Rotating the collimator to a more open setting it provides plenty of illumination to light a trail at night or “paint a target” at up to 500 yards.
For the most extreme and cold weather conditions, with temperatures of 40 degrees and below, we recommend using this ND-3x50 Subzero. However if you’re spending most of your time in warmer climates of 40 degrees Fahrenheit and above, then we recommend using the ND-5 Laser Illuminator or one of the standard ND-3 Series laser designators.
Specifications and features:
3 Mounts, Pressure Switch, Cleaning Kit, Case
Precision machined from high tech aluminum
Black matte anodized finish
Fully O-Ring sealed for dust and water
Fully Multi-Coated optical lens system
Nitrogen charged for anti-fog
1” Tube adapts to multiple mounting systems
Dimensions: 10”L X 2.35” Dia. X 1.0” Dia. Tube
Weight: 13.68 OZ.
Power Supply: 2 CR123A Batteries (Incl.)
Output Power: 40mW
Rotary optical beam collimator - allows quick adjustment of beam diameter and intensity
532nm (Green) Laser light frequency - easiest light for the human eye to see
Amplified coherent light - most efficient light for long distance illumination
Range: Up to 5 Miles
FDA Safety Class: 2M Laser Product
Less than 40mW 532nm CW - Certified to IEC 60825-1 Ed 2, 2007-03
Complies with FDA performance standards for laser products
except for deviations pursuant to Laser Notice No. 50, dated
June 24, 2007