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Laser Genetics ND3x50 Long Distance Night Vision Laser Designator

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Product Description

Laser Genetics ND3x50 Long Distance Night Vision Laser Designator features a new stronger beam - 50mm lens to illuminate your target up to 500 yards. It really is the The Ultimate Alternative to Night Vision.

The ND-3 x50 Laser Designator is the latest precision optical lighting instrument from Laser Genetics using advanced green laser technology. It is equipped with a 50mm lens and the strongest laser that Laser Genetics has ever manufactured for this application. The patented Rotary Optical Collimator allows full adjustment and control of the beam diameter and intensity to focus light where you need it most. Rotating the collimator provides a range of illumination, enough to light a trail at night or paint a target up to 500 yards!

Unmatched source of illumination for night hunting and shooting sports
If you are spending most of your time or hunting in warmer climates of 40° F. and above, then the ND-3 x50 is perfect.

Why Green Laser
Research has proven that green light is the most visible to the human eye and requires the least amount of eye adjustment at night. An eye that has adapted to daytime conditions generally has a maximum sensitivity around 555nm. Compared to the color red which optical spectrum is around 630 – 650nm our eye is closer to the Green region of the optical spectrum at 510 - 530nm.

Animal eyes are intensely illuminated by green laser light and clearly visible at extended distances when viewed through optics. For optimum night vision for hunting, pair the ND-3 with a high quality variable power scope having a 40mm or larger objective lens providing maximum light transmission. The included ND-3 mounting system for 1 inch tubes provides full adjustment for windage and elevation for scope alignment. Additional mounts for various mounting options are included.

Hunting and Wildlife Observation: -Allows wildlife viewing at long distance.

Laser beam is visible up to 3 miles providing pin point rescue location.

Beam diameter is easily adjusted to be a light source for night hiking.

Included Accessories:
Pressure Switch 1 inch Scope Mount
Tripod Mount Weaver Style Rings

Cleaning Kit
2 CR123A Lithium Batteries
 Padded Case

Specifications and additional product information
Laser Genetics ND3x50 Long Distance Night Vision Laser Designator Specifications:
  • 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 inch Tube adapts to multiple mounting systems
  • Dimensions: 9.45L X 2.35 Dia. X 1.0 inches Dia. Tube
  • Weight: 13.5 OZ.
  • Power Supply: 2 CR123A Batteries (Incl.)
  • Output Power: 50mW
  • 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 3.0 MILES (Range might vary depending on weather conditions)
  • 1 Year warranty
  • FDA Safety Class: 2M Laser Product
    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
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