Pulsar L-808S IR Laser Illuminator NV Accessory
The L-808S is the first in Pulsar's laser IR flashlight line to feature a Class 1 Laser Safety rating, while remaining one of the most powerful IR flashlights on the commercial market today. Though compact and lightweight (weighing less than half a pound), the Pulsar L-808S Laser IR Flashlight packs a punch. With a power emission of 125-250 mW and an IR wavelength of 780 nm, the L-808S provides greater viewing distance and brightness when attached on any night vision device with a 7/8 Weaver rail or a 1/4-inch socket.
Pulsar's high-power IR flashlights include a variable beam that can be smoothly adjusted from narrow beam to flood. Unfocused beam illuminates larger areas; the narrow beam light ensures the longest possible viewing distance. The design of Pulsar IR Flashlights allow spot position to be corrected in the field of view horizontally and vertically. To do this, loosen the ring fixing optical assembly, adjust the IR spot in the center of the field of the view (the NV unit should be on) and tighten the ring again.
Equivalent IR power: 125 ... 250 mW
Diode type: laser
IR Wavelength: 780 nm
Range of beam divergence: 4.5 ... 7°
Power supply: 3V (2хАА)
- Increases viewing range in extremely dark conditions
- Smooth power adjustment
- Variable beam
- Adjustable IR spot position
- Attachment on any night vision devices with a Weaver rail or 1/4 inch socket
- Laser Safety Class 1 rating - eyesafe (Models L-808S/L-915)
- Low battery indicator
- Invisible to the unaided human eye (915 & 940 nm Models)
- Compact and lightweight
Class 1 laser safety
The Pulsar laser IR Illuminators comply with Class 1 Laser safety regulations according to the standard IEC 60825-2007 (eyesafe).
Pulsar IR Flashlights’ spot can be smoothly adjusted from narrow beam to flood. Unfocused beam illuminates larger area; the narrow beam light ensures longest possible viewing distance.
IR Spot Position
Design of Pulsar IR Flashlights allows spot position to be corrected in the field of view horizontally and vertically. To do this, loosen the ring fixing the optical assembly, adjust the IR spot in the center of the field of view (the NV unit should be on) and tighten the ring again.
Power is adjusted by rotating the wheel on the body next to the ON button. Adjustment of both – power and spot divergence angle – helps achieve best illumination of an object in specific observation conditions.
Pulsar IR Flashlights are equipped with a mount adaptable for Weaver rail available in most modern night vision rifle scopes and optical units, as well as hunting or sports and pneumatic weapons. Package also includes an adapter that allows flashlights to be attached to NV units outfitted with a ¼ inch tripod mount.