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Greatland Laser RLL013-01 Rescue Laser Light

Part#: RLL013-01
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The RLL013-01 Rescue Laser Light is a hand-held nighttime laser signaling device that provides a convenient, effective way to signal a rescue party over 20 miles (32 km) away, depending on atmospheric conditions. It's waterproof, rugged design combines the safety of a laser signaling device with the convenience of a flashlight. Unlike flares, the Rescue Laser Light is non-flammable, non-hazardous and can operate continuously for over five hours on a long-life replaceable lithium battery. Now includes a sight ring to help aim at your target.

Rescue Laser Flare® signaling devices are a safe and effective survival tool that offers the following advantages over conventional pyrotechnic flares:

  • Hours of signaling on replaceable batteries
  • Range up to 20- 30 miles at night; 1-5 miles during the day
  • Multi-purpose - use it for signaling or finding reflective materials
  • Waterproof to 80 feet - anodized to resist corrosion
  • No fire hazard - will not start a fire
  • Environmentally safe - can be carried onboard an aircraft
  • Easy to operate - twist-on, twist-off

    Please note, US Congress recently passed the H.S. 386 Securing Aircraft Cockpits Against Lasers Act of 2011 bill, which prohibits a laser pointer from being aimed at an aircraft. The bill specifically exempts "an individual using a laser emergency signaling device to send an emergency distress signal."

    Rest assured, it continues to be legal to use your Rescue Laser to signal an aircraft in an emergency!

  • 1. Why are they better than traditional pyrotechnic flares?

    Comparison Rescue Lasers Pyrotechnic Flares
    Signal Duration 5-72 hours depending on product One-minute
    Detection Capability Locate Reflective material None
    Fire Risk No Risk Flammable
    Environmental Risk Environmentally Safe Hazardous Material
    Visibility Long Duration - Easy
    to locate source
    Short Duration - Difficult
    to locate source
    Reusable Yes No

    2. Wouldn't my laser pointer do the same thing?

    No. In order to signal at a distance with a laser pointer, you would have to accurately hit your target in the eye in order for them to see you. Our products draw a line which fans out the further it goes. At 16 miles, you have a 6,000 ft. long fan of light with which to hit your target.

    3. Are they safe to look at?

    Yes. Our lasers are classified by the The United States Food and Drug Administration as a Class IIIA(Class IIIR) Laser Product. Just like any other light, however, it isn't advisable to point it directly in the eye at short range for an extended period of time.

    4. Won't they stun the pilot/captain whose attention I'm trying to get?

    No. When the fan of light crosses your target's vision it will appear as a brilliant flash in the distance and will in no way impair their night vision.

    5. When I shine my Rescue Laser in the distance, I can't see anything. Why?

    Lasers are directional lights. Unless the fan of light produced by our products crosses your line of vision or you pass over a retoreflective material, you will not see the light when aiming at a distance.

    6. I'm holding my laser in the air and my friend can't see me. Why?

    If you were to just hold the laser without aiming while slowly moving it back and forth you will probably not be visible to your target. Because lasers are directional lights, the fan of light must cross their line of vision. This is accomplished by first aiming at your target and then moving the laser slowly back and forth. Every time the fan of light crosses their vision they will see a brilliant red flash.

    7. Does it matter which way the laser line is pointed? If so how will I be able to tell.

    Yes, it does matter. The 6000 ft. high fan of light produced at 16 miles gives to the greatest signaling area. The laser line should be pointed vertically at your target. In order to tell which way the line is directed, point the laser a few feet in front of you on the ground.

    Overall Rating for Greatland Laser RLL013-01 Rescue Laser Light
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    By Jordan Moller
    Newark, CA
    April 6, 2014
    Useful and compact!
    I mounted mine on a fabric wrist sweatband, for convenience, and it's a wonderful device indeed. If you leave the red protector cap on, it also makes a great close-up stealth flashlight, which also works when you want to access something in your tent, and not disturb the other occupants with a brighter light.
    By Georg H.
    January 13, 2010
    Great product
    I am building a Bearhawk and because I am coming closer to flying I began looking for survival gear. This Rescue Laser caught my attention and I thought it would be worth a try. Craftsman ship is excellent. Description easy to understand. Did not use it in an emergency yet and hope I never will. Like the idea not to have pyrotechnics on board!

    Greatland Laser RLL013-01 Rescue Laser Light
    $80.85
     
    Product Details
    UOM : Each
    Color Family : Black
    Shipping Weight : 0.5 pounds
    Manufacturer P/N : RLL013-01
    UPC : 854071012017
    ECCN : EAR99
    Schedule B Code : 9013.20.0000
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    Features
  • Nighttime signaling device visible up to 20 miles (32 km) away, optimal conditions. Effective in daytime up to 3 miles.
  • Locate reflective material up to one mile (1.6 km)
  • Waterproof to 80 feet (3 m).
  • Runs 40 hours on an easily replaceable 3-volt lithium CR123 battery.
  • Compact - fits in your pocket or on a keychain.
  • Non Flammable, Environmentally Safe
  • Rugged, machined aluminum with knurled design.
  • Anodized for improved corrosion resistance.
  • Long life laser diode - 10,000 hours meantime to failure
  • Limited Lifetime Warranty. Detailed warranty, registration and operating instructions are included with product.
  • 3.125" long
  • Specifications
  • Visibility:20 Miles (32km) optimum conditions, unaided eye
  • Waterproof: To 80 feet (24m)
  • Laser Diode: 10,000 hours meantime to failure
  • Operational Life:40 hours continuous use
  • Battery:CR123 llithium battery
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