ND5 Night Vision Laser

ND•5 - Long Distance Laser Illuminator


The ND5 Long Distance Laser Illuminator is the first high powered, hand held laser light built for civilian use. The patented design integrates a state of the art micro Green Laser Pump with a hand controlled Linear Optical Collimator to create the ultimate lighting instrument. One hand, thumb control quickly adjusts laser beam diameter and illumination intensity.


The high power laser beam may be collimated down and concentrated to cast an intense, highly visible beam of light able to be seen at distances up to 5 miles for signaling or search and rescue operations. Adjusting the ND5’s collimator more open increases the diameter of the beam to fully illuminate objects up to 400 yards or even a trail for night hiking.


Excellent source of illumination for Hunting, Fishing, Marine, Rescue

ND5 Night Vision Torch

Hunting and Spotting

Full night vision up to 250 yards. Illuminate targets in low light conditions.

Search and Rescue

“Takes the search ou of search and rescue” Zoom adjustment on collimated laser casts beam for visibility up to 5 miles.

Outdoors and Camping

Outdoor Recreation
Excellent light source and locator light.

ND•5 - Perfect Night Vision


The ND5 Laser Locator light utilizes a proprietary 20MW Green Laser which operates at 532NM with a output life of up to 8 hours of continuous use using two, CR123 A lithium batteries. Green is the easiest light or color for the human eye to see and causes no typical “night blindness” associated with standard or high intensity flash lights. Thus the ND5 provides illumination completely suitable for night work with the least amount of eye adjustment.



Why Green Light?


Green light is the most visible to the human eye (See Chart) and requires the least amount of eye adjustment at night.


An eye that has adapted to daytime conditions generally has a maximum sensitivity around 555nm. Compared to the color red which optical spectrum is around 630 – 650nm our eye is closer to the Green region of the optical spectrum at 510 - 530nm.