OTAL-C IR

Offset Tactical Aiming Lasers-IR

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The OTAL “Offset: Tactical Aiming Laser” IR features a low-profile and lightweight design with an infrared laser that when used with night vision devices will engage targets out to 250 meters. Designed for the M-4 platform, the Class I IR beam projects around the front sight. The Quick Release HT mount fits any NATO 1913 or Picatinny rail.

  • Infrared laser
  • Weight 4.9 oz.
  • Submersible to 5 m
  • Item No. 9054

MSRP: 
$687

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Product Features: 

Class 1 Eye Safe Operation
IR Laser
Powered by: One AA Battery
Quick Release HT Mount
Fully Adjustable Windage / Elevation
Push-Button or Remote Cable Pad Activation
Momentary or Constant On Operation

 

SPECIFICATIONS

Item No.Visible LaserIR PointerIR IlluminatorLaser ColorCase ColorWavelength - Visible Red Laser
9054N/A<0.7 mW, Class IN/AN/ABlackN/A
Case ColorBlack
Wavelength - IR Laser850 nm
Beam Divergence - IR Laser< 0.8 mRad
Range/Visibility (Night/Day)* - IR Laser> 250 m
Temperature-40° C to +65° C
Battery1 x AA
Battery Life (mode dependent)5 hours
MaterialAircraft Aluminum
ColorBlack
Weight (with battery)4.9 oz.
Dimensions3.8 (L) x 1.8 (W) x 1.45 (H)
WaterproofSubmersible to 5 m
MountQD HT Mount
Windage and Elevation AdjustmentYes
Activation SwitchIntegrated Push Button
Remote Cable Pressure PadYes
Warranty2 Years
Special FeaturesLow Profile for Mounting in front of scopes, holographic or NV sights

OTAL-C IR is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 2.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Quick & compact option Simple & lightweight laser-only option is great when paired with a seperate IR illuminator/light. Giving aiming & illumination capabilities. The lack of onboard temporary switch will basically necessitate the use of a pressure pad, but that's a small issue. Battery life is great & the device is rugged, maintaining a slim profile when mounted to the top rail.
Date published: 2016-05-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Steiner products are always high quality I own Steiner rifle scope, binos and laser. Very pleased so far. I will buy another laser soon.
Date published: 2017-03-16
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What's the difference btw Otal Class 1 IR and Otal -C-IR

Asked by: Don C
There is no difference to the user. Some of the internal parts are different, but the results are the same.
Answered by: Steiner eOptics 1
Date published: 2017-09-19

Is this item restricted by ITAR?

Asked by: wrfforgotten
All eOptics devices are regulated by ITAR
Answered by: SteinerOptics3
Date published: 2017-02-27

Does the OTAL-C-IR have a high and low setting for the ir &nbsp;laser Thank you Will

Asked by: stuart
It does not have a high and low setting. &nbsp;It does have an attached filter that, when slipped over the lens, will dim the output down as if it were on low. &nbsp;The device itself only has an on/off mode.
Answered by: ChrisL
Date published: 2017-02-18

I see version 9054 of this item discontinued on websites, but do see a version 9056 that's also IR. What is the difference?

Asked by: Omnivagus
The 9056 is the new version of this item. They both operate to the same specifications, and the same controls.
Answered by: Steiner eOptics 1
Date published: 2017-07-01

What would be the best &amp; smallest laser sight you have to use with my PVS7 Night Vision Goggles for long range shooting 200 yards +..? and witch would work best Red or Green light..?

Asked by: Rob R
Thanks for this question. I always like a reason to get out with the gear and evaluate it. Last night, I took out the OTAL-C (Red), OTAL-C (IR), and the OTAL-A (Green). At approximately 600m, the OTAL-A seemed to be a little brighter that the OTAL-C (Red), but it wasn't much of a difference. They were both brighter than the OTAL-C (IR), however, I could easily see the IR beam. My backstop was a tree line on the other side of a field.
Answered by: Steiner eOptics 1
Date published: 2017-09-07

So this laser is only for use with IR? Steiner eOptics Laser Devices OTAL-C Class

Asked by: MikeD
They make this laser in red, green, or IR.
Answered by: ChrisL
Date published: 2017-01-27

It says low profile, but does it fit UNDER the standard m4 sight line.

Asked by: lance
The OTAL C (IR) will sit lower than the A2 sight. It is also designed to be offset to look around the front sight post.
Answered by: Steiner Optics JL
Date published: 2016-08-24

Does the OTAL-C-IR have a battery?

Asked by: Marilyn
The OTAL-C IR uses a single AA battery.
Answered by: SteinerOptics3
Date published: 2017-07-01
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