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Eurosatory 2010 International Land Airland Homeland Defence Week Exhibition 14 - 18 June 2010
Paris - France
Laser Devices at Eurosatory 2010
Thursday , 04 May 2010, 15:08
Laser Devices at Eurosatory 2010 with his new green laser DBAL-A2 and more.

Laser Devices, Inc. announces the new green laser DBAL-A2, dual beam aimming Laser-Advanced²

Laser Devices, Inc. is pleased to announce that the DBAL-A2 is now shipping with our Ultra Power Point Green Laser. The green laser is available with your choice of <5mW, <30mW or <50mW power output.

The powerful DBAL-A2 is equipped with an infrared pointer, infrared pointer/illuminator and a visible pointer.

The DBAL-A2 green laser is designed to improve range and visibility in daylight and at night. The green laser offers faster target acquisition and is FIVE times more visible than traditional red lasers. The high power green laser is perfect for operations using SCBA and other CBRN equipment, and the durable metal housing allows for complete decontamination after exposure to hazardous chemicals.

The DBAL-A2 is designed for maximum operational versatility while keeping weight and size to a minimum. Additional features include high- and low-power modes of operation, a single windage/elevation adjustment mechanism for both visible and IR pointers, and a remote cable switch and integrated momentary activation switch with a double tap feature—single tap for momentary activation, double tap for 5 minute continuous ON mode.

When duty calls, the superior DBAL-A2 series is considered the most innovative multi-functional laser system available today. The DBAL-A2 is available in Foliage Green, Desert Sand or Black.

The second generation operative pocket-sized tactical light, the OV-2.
Laser Devices, Inc. announces the second generation OPERATIVE Tactical Light, the Model OV-2.
The OPERATIVE® series of tactical lights are compact and lightweight, yet powerful and precise with the versatility you need to face any situation. These pocket-sized flashlights pack the power of larger full-size flashlights at a fraction of their size and weight.

The NEW OV-2 carbine system has a modular design to meet the wide variety of today’s battlefield needs. Interchangeable On/Off/Momentary push button or remote cable pressure pad switching options, and the low profile MIL-SPEC-1913 offset mount provide flexibility in mounting and activation options. The OV-2 is available with either an incandescent lamp (95 lumens) or a high intensity LED (150 lumens) in Black, Desert Sand and Foliage Green.

OV-2 with Remote Cable Switch

OV-2 with Push Button Switch
The cutting-edge replacement DBAL-I2 for the AN/PEQ-2A laser.
The NEW DBAL-I2 is the cutting-edge replacement for the
AN/PEQ-2A laser combining an infrared laser pointer and infrared pointer/illuminator in a lightweight, rugged metal housing.

• Provides the same functionality as the old AN/PEQ-2A
• Is smaller and lighter than the old AN/PEQ-2A
• Is significantly shorter than the old AN/PEQ-2A and leaves more rail space for other accessories
• Precisely mirrors the AN/PEQ-2A activation switch options so that re-training is not required for operators who wish to upgrade to a modern IR laser/illuminator

B uilt to perform under the most rigorous conditions and survive the harshest environments, the DBAL-I2 provides operators with a critical tool for use with night vision devices.

About Laser Devices, Inc.
Laser Devices, Inc. (LDI) is a manufacturer of laser aiming devices and tactical lights for firearms. Founded in 1979, LDI is known for its expertise in the design and manufacture of state-of-the-art visible and infrared laser-based aiming devices and small arms training systems used by law enforcement and military agencies worldwide. The company maintains an ISO 9001:2008 Certified QMS. LDI holds a number of U.S. patents for its aiming lasers and tactical lights, and is located in Monterey, California, USA.
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