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    The Armasight X-LR high powered infra red illuminator has been designed to give massive range increases to most night vision devices, but especially "digital" units.

    The X-LR has been designed from the ground up as a purpose built infra red illuminator for use with night vision (and not just a flashlight that has been converted to IR, like offerings from other sources).
    Giving similar usable distance to most laser illuminators (but without the drawbacks of a laser) the X-LR is based on the Oslan Black light emitting diode focussed through a high quality aspheric lens.
    The X-LR is activated and controlled by a simple, silent twist switch that allows four different power settings. The objective lens is finely threaded and allows precise adjustment of the width of the IR beam. The X-LR is mounted using the included weaver/Picatinny mount, which is adjustable and allows the output of the X-LR to be centred on the field of view of your night vision device.
    The unit is powered by a single 18650 rechargeable battery.
    The kit includes X-LR infra red illuminator, adjustable mount 60 posted UK ****SOLD****

    Angel eye recorder with shortened cable for Drone pro scope. comes with everything from new that was in box, also added a 8gb memory card so it's ready to go. 55 posted UK ***SOLD***
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