Originally Posted by Polwart
Having spent a bit of time dealing with laser dazzle issues theres a few things you said don't necessarily make sense, at least at first reading!
Why won't your laser dazzle NVGs?
Why is a fixed laser more eye safe than a rotating one?
I am not expert in NVG, but the tests and feed back i had from the UK & USA testers, who have used these with High End NVG state that these don't have and adverse affect on the equipment. maybe the low 5mW out put and the divergence of beam at distance.
- how long are your arms Neil? The last time i met you they were not 2.5 metres!
For an all round , light with 3 mile range, I suggest looking at Adventure Lights LED VIP series, http://www.adventurelights.com/outdo...p?sid=5&cid=38
(Yes - I sell these too).
For 1 mile - the Adventure Guardian Lights ...
- the line produced by the flare is and ever expanding line:
2 miles - Line size 738 feet
4 miles - line size 1476 feet
20 miles - Line size 7379 feet
Make it easier hitting the target, instead of a laser pointer dot.
Neil - the free case i offering solves your problem, it can be placed on your life jacket/BA and you will never forget it!
If you want to see one up close, give me a shout and meet you near the bridges or down at Elie. Infact I have a case of different LED devices.
I see these days that a Flare is no longer a primary method of distress but you need something to guide rescuers in to you.
Laser Flare gives you distance capability and is a valued addition to the safety kit, but like everything its building up a solution that works for your needs.
I am only a reseller/importer of these flares...I sell these because i believe in these - like wise any products that I sell is because I believe they are worth buying.
If I wanted to make money selling pyro's are the way to go...the markup on these are very very high, and repeat sales every 4 years, using 19th century technology....
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