Manufacturer: BSA LG-ND3X40SZ
Laser Genetics ND3x40 Subzero Long Distance Green Laser Designator 40mm Black.
The ND-3x40 SZ is part of the new Subzero line of products. Smaller and lighter than the ND-3x50 SZ, but more powerful than the ND-3 SZ the ND-3x40 Subzero model easily mounts to your rifle or scope and will deliver reliable illumination night after night.
The patented Rotary Optical Collimator uses a system of 9 fully multi-coated lenses that allows 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 micro beam of green laser light visible up to 3 miles. Rotating the collimator to more open settings provides plenty of illumination to light a trail at night or pin-point targets at up to 400 yards.
ND-3x40 Subzero is specifically designed to operate in subzero temperatures without loss of intensity or power. For a professional who spends most of their missions or operations in colder climates of 40 degrees or below, then the ND-3x40 Subzero is for you. However for anyone who will be using a Laser Designator in warmer climates of 40 degrees or above, our recommendation is to get the standard ND-3 series.
Specifications & Features:
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 2.0” DIA. X 1.0" Dia. Tube
Weight: 12.18 OZ.
Power Supply: 2 CR123A Batteries (Incl.)
Output Power: 30mW
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
1 Year warranty
FDA Safety Class: 2M Laser Product
Less than 30mW 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