ATPIAL PEQ/15

L3

The Advanced Target Pointer/Illuminator/Aiming Laser (ATPIAL) is small, lightweight and easy to use. The aiming system has integrated infrared and visible aiming lasers and an infrared illuminator.  The ATPIAL (AN/PEQ-15) has been battle-tested for use on small arms and crew-served weapons.  This device is the U.S. Armed Forces standard for night direct-fire aiming and illumination. Some models are restricted for use by law enforcement and military organizations.

Specifications

  • Length/Width/Height: 4.6” x 2.8” x 1.6” (117 mm x 71 mm x 41 m)
  • Weight: 7.5 oz with batteries
  • Battery Power: One 3-volt DL123 battery
  • Visible Aim Laser Output: 4.0 mW (Class IIIa)
  • Visibile Beam Divergence: 0.5 mrad
  • Visible Wavelength: 605-665 nm
  • Visible Range: > 25 m
  • IR Aiming Laser Output Power Low: 0.6 mW (Class I)
  • IR Laser Output Power High: 25 mW (Class IIIb)
  • IR Laser Beam Divergence: 0.5 mrad
  • IR Laser Wavelength: 820-850 nm
  • IR Laser Range: > 600 m (Low), 2000 m (High)
  • IR Illuminator Output Power Low: 3.5 mW (Class IIIa)
  • IR Illuminator Output Power High: 30 mW (Class IIIb)
  • IR Illuminator Beam Divergence: 1-105 mrad (minimum)
  • IR Illuminator Wavelength: 820-850 nm
  • IR Illuminator Range: > 2,000 m

IR Laser:
  • Power: 50 mW
  • Wavelength: 830 nm
  • Class IIIb
VIS Laser:
  • Power: < 5 mW
  • Wavelength: 650 nm
  • Class IIIa
ITAR Notice

Export of the commodities described herein is strictly prohibited without a valid export license issued by the U.S. Department of State, Office of Defense Trade Controls, prescribed in the International Traffic in Arms Regulation (ITAR), Title 22, Code of Federal Regulations, Parts 120-130.

Laser Warning
  • This device emits laser radiation that can injure the eyes.
  • Never look directly into the laser beam or stare at it at close range.
  • Never shine the laser in a person’s eye at close range.
  • Do not direct the beam at anyone operating a vehicle, boat, or aircraft, as the beam appears very bright (especially at night) in a person’s eyes, even at great distances.
  • Be aware that beam can be reflected off of mirrors or shiny surfaces.
  • Use the laser sight only for its intended purpose.

ATPIAL PEQ/15

L3

ATPIAL PEQ/15

L3
$1,369.00

L3-ATP-000-A18

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The Advanced Target Pointer/Illuminator/Aiming Laser (ATPIAL) is small, lightweight and easy to use. The aiming system has integrated infrared and visible aiming lasers and an infrared illuminator.  The ATPIAL (AN/PEQ-15) has been battle-tested for use on small arms and crew-served weapons.  This device is the U.S. Armed Forces standard for night direct-fire aiming and illumination. Some models are restricted for use by law enforcement and military organizations.

Specifications

  • Length/Width/Height: 4.6” x 2.8” x 1.6” (117 mm x 71 mm x 41 m)
  • Weight: 7.5 oz with batteries
  • Battery Power: One 3-volt DL123 battery
  • Visible Aim Laser Output: 4.0 mW (Class IIIa)
  • Visibile Beam Divergence: 0.5 mrad
  • Visible Wavelength: 605-665 nm
  • Visible Range: > 25 m
  • IR Aiming Laser Output Power Low: 0.6 mW (Class I)
  • IR Laser Output Power High: 25 mW (Class IIIb)
  • IR Laser Beam Divergence: 0.5 mrad
  • IR Laser Wavelength: 820-850 nm
  • IR Laser Range: > 600 m (Low), 2000 m (High)
  • IR Illuminator Output Power Low: 3.5 mW (Class IIIa)
  • IR Illuminator Output Power High: 30 mW (Class IIIb)
  • IR Illuminator Beam Divergence: 1-105 mrad (minimum)
  • IR Illuminator Wavelength: 820-850 nm
  • IR Illuminator Range: > 2,000 m

IR Laser:
  • Power: 50 mW
  • Wavelength: 830 nm
  • Class IIIb
VIS Laser:
  • Power: < 5 mW
  • Wavelength: 650 nm
  • Class IIIa
ITAR Notice

Export of the commodities described herein is strictly prohibited without a valid export license issued by the U.S. Department of State, Office of Defense Trade Controls, prescribed in the International Traffic in Arms Regulation (ITAR), Title 22, Code of Federal Regulations, Parts 120-130.

Laser Warning
  • This device emits laser radiation that can injure the eyes.
  • Never look directly into the laser beam or stare at it at close range.
  • Never shine the laser in a person’s eye at close range.
  • Do not direct the beam at anyone operating a vehicle, boat, or aircraft, as the beam appears very bright (especially at night) in a person’s eyes, even at great distances.
  • Be aware that beam can be reflected off of mirrors or shiny surfaces.
  • Use the laser sight only for its intended purpose.