LaserMax’s Multispectral Handheld Markers for thermal lasers are reliable enough that the company shipped the markers to U.S. Special Operations Command after a request earlier in October.
Commissioned as part of the Department of Defense’s Rapid Innovation Fund (RIF) program, the hand held laser devices complement existing military longwave and midwave imagers already in the field.
Utilizing infrared sensors, the LaserMax Multispectral Thermal Laser Markers hand off from ground to air platforms, limiting risk of detection from enemy combatants.
Designed for marking, pointing, and TTL applications, the MHM is a three-band laser device that provides near infrared (NIR), shortwave infrared (SWIR) and midwave infrared (MWIR) lasers in a single handheld device which can be mounted on a tripod.
The NIR laser is compatible with all night vision goggles (NVG), the SWIR laser is compatible with issued SWIR imagers and the MWIR laser is compatible with issued clip-on and tripod-mounted imagers, as well as appropriate air and vehicle platform-based imagers.
For more information on the Multispectral Thermal Laser Markers and other products from LaserMax, please visit Defense.LaserMax.com.
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by Tactical-Life / Nov 13, 2014