Rescue Laser Light
The Greatland Rescue Laser Light is a hand-held day and night laser signaling device that provides a convenient, effective way to signal a rescue party. Further it’s waterproof, rugged design combines the safety of a laser signaling device with the convenience of a flashlight.
This is the compact model preferred by military, hikers, kayakers, and other outdoor enthusiasts that want to minimize weight and also maximise space.
Unlike pyrotechnic flares, the Rescue Laser Light is non-flammable, environmentally safe, and can operate continuously for 40 hours on a single, long-life, replaceable CR123 lithium battery (available at most department stores and wherever camera batteries are sold).
- Visibility: 20 miles (32 km) nighttime, optimum conditions and 1-3 miles (1.6-4.8 km) daytime
- Waterproof: to 80 feet (24 m)
- Laser Diode: 10,000 hours meantime life
- Operational Life: 40 hours continuous use before changing battery
- Battery: CR123 lithium battery
- Class 3R laser device < 5mW
- 4 degree beam divergence
- Now includes a SIGHT RING to help aim at your target!
- convenient holster also available
How Does It Work?
US Federal Law allows an EXCEPTION for laser emergency signaling devices to send a distress signal to aircraft.
In February 2012, the United States Congress passed into law HR658 authorizing appropriations for the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) for fiscal years 2011 through 2014. Included in the law is Section 311 “Prohibition Against Aiming a Laser Pointer at an Aircraft”. Section 311 39A(c)(3) on page 56 specifically exempts “an individual using a laser emergency signaling devices to send an emergency distress signal.” Greatland Laser has sold its patented laser emergency signaling devices throughout the world for over 10 years. In addition, they have never had a safety issue with the products. Therefore under the exception provided in this federal law, Rescue Lasers are legal to signal an aircraft for help in an emergency.
For full details of this product please go to the manufacturer’s website here: www.greatlandlaser.com