The STEINER LASER DEVICE OTAL-C Class I IR Laser Aimer is a low-profile, lightweight device designed for the M-4 platform for confident target acquisition. It features a Class Ia, eye-safe 850nm infrared aiming laser with a max range 273 yards when used with night vision devices. Low-profile windage and elevation dials allows users to zero-in and perform shot corrections easily while reducing potential snag points and preventing accidental adjustments. A rear-facing toggle switch turns the unit on and off, and a remote pressure pad switch is included so the user can activate the OTAL while remaining in the firing position. The laser system runs on a single AA battery with a max runtime of about 5 hours.
A quick-release HT mount is integrated into the overall design to reduce the form-factor to make this sight ideal for use on with virtually any rifle platform with a Picatinny rail, enabling it to be mounted in front of scopes, dot sights, or NV scopes. The housing is made of the strong and lightweight aluminum alloy with a black finish.
- 850nm Infrared Aiming Laser
- Class Ia Eye-Safe
- Quick Release HT Mount
- Adjustable Windage & Elevation
- Momentary or Constant-On
- Push Button or Remote Cable Pad Switch
- Submersible to 16 Feet
- Lightweight at 5.6 Ounces
- Runs on One AA Battery
- Made of aerospace aluminum
- Meets MIL-STD-810G requirements
- ESD compliant for air worthiness
- Fully adjustable windage and elevation
- Waterproof to 20 meters
- Made in the U.S.A.
- Type III anodized hard coat with black finish
- Broad -40 to 149°F operating temperature range
- Submersible to 16′
- Tethered laser port and battery cover
- Compact V3.8 x 1.8 x 1.4″ footprint
Note: Export of this device described herein is strictly prohibited without a valid export license issued by the U.S. Department of State office of Defense Trade Controls, as prescribed in the International Traffic in Arms Regulation (ITAR), Title 22, Code of Federal Regulation, Parts 120-130, and/or the U.S. Department of Commerce. For further information contact the Office of Defense Trade Control and/or the U.S. Department of Commerce.