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The Steiner Optics DBAL-A4 Dual Beam Aiming Laser with visible green laser is a new laser-aiming device that takes the battle tested capability of the Steiner DBAL-A3 to a whole new level. The DBAL-A4 combines four illuminators into one rugged, battle-ready unit that allow users to target and observe in both the visible and invisible spectrums. A single operational-mode switch provides exceptional control during mission operations, and the low profile windage and elevation adjusters maintain zero in the roughest conditions. Powered by three (3) CR123 batteries, a pressure pad switch turnsthe aiming lasers and illuminators on or off, while a second pad can be used to instantly transition from infrared to visible operations typically used during forced entry operations.
Now available for the commercial market, the Steiner Optics DBAL-A3 civilian dual beam aiming laser with visible green laser, the first eye-safe IR laser pointer, IR illuminator and green laser pointer in a single compact unit. Features an adjustable IR illuminator for better illumination at longer ranges, dual activation switches and high/low power modes. The DBAL-A3 class 1/3R Civilian, based on the standard issue DBAL-A3 for U.S. warfighters, brings the latest advances in IR and laser technology to the civilian market with its dual beam reliability for extreme accuracy in low- and no-light maneuvers. In addition, the DBAL-A3 is the first to feature new defocused adjustable IR illumination technology to enable both midrange and close quarter target acquisition.
The Steiner Optics DBAL-PL Dual Beam Aiming Laser with visible green laser enables operators to engage targets on the battlefield or during close quarter combat in both light and no light conditions. The DBAL-PL functions in two operational modes: The visible switch activates the visible laser and 400 lumen white light; while the IR switch pairs a Class 1 IR laser with an eye-safe IR LED illuminator for supplemental illumination. New temperature insensitive green laser technology provides better visibility and greater stability over a wide-range of temperatures.