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B.E. Meyers & Co. will be exhibiting at DSEI 2017 at the ExCeL Center, London, UK, 12-15 September 2017 at booth # N5-135. The innovative company is exhibiting IZLID, GLARE, and MAWL series of lasers, as well as some new and exciting products which are released at the show.

Designed and built for extreme environmental conditions and a variety of weapon platforms, the rugged IZLID 200P provides long-range targeting and illumination capabilities. With greater target awareness and effective engagement at extended ranges, the IZLID 200P is ideal for all crew served weapon and individual rifle applications. It is a compact, lightweight IR laser for pointing and marking by military forces; ideal as a command pointer, for target marking and for communication with aircraft. A simple adjustment turns the laser into an IR illuminator for rapid identification with NVG’s or IR sensors. The IZLID 200P is small enough to fit in the user’s pocket for quick access, but is powerful enough to call in airstrikes or aim weapons over a range of 39 kilometres. The small size, light weight, but powerful aiming beam provides the perfect solution for an M4 or M16 as well as an M2 .50 cal HBMG or Minigun. The IZLID 200P is also routinely used on aircraft-mounted weapons and by pilots to point out or illuminate ground targets from the cockpit. For even longer range capability, the IZLID Ultra is the ideal choice.

Capable of supporting hail and warning procedures at any range, the company's GLARE series of non-lethal products were chosen as the PEO Soldier Green Laser Interdiction System (GLIS) Phase 1 winner. B.E. Meyers’ non-lethal laser systems provide the soldier with a highly effective tool to safeguard friendly troops as well as non-combatants, preventing collateral damage while protecting the force. For long-distance hail and warning, especially during maritime security, the GLARE LA-9/P combines a powerful green beam with Eye Safe technology. The laser rapidly determines if an unintended observer is within the nominal ocular hazard distance (NOHD) and immediately shuts off the glaring output to prevent accidental eye injury. Once the bystander has moved out of the NOHD, the laser output instantly resumes. The GLARE MOUT is a non-lethal visual disruption laser (dazzler), ideally suited for small-arms weapon integration as well as mobile crew-served applications. When a suspect individual approaches a restricted or controlled area, the GLARE MOUT is able to hail and warn that person before shots have to be fired. Its shockingly bright green dazzler beam sends an irrefutable, multi-lingual, cross-cultural message. The GLARE RECOIL is one of the most advanced weapon-mounted hail and warning laser systems available. Built for the USMC Systems Command Ocular Interruption Program, the GLARE RECOIL features B.E. Meyers' patented SmartRange technology, integrating laser range finding into the systems’ safety controls.

The MAWL-DA is a high power infrared and visible green aiming and illumination laser for individual carbines. Offering improved ergonomics, interface, and performance, the MAWL-DA has been designed from the ground up around the evolved needs of the modern night fighter. Designed to address use of space and ergonomics shortcomings of lasers on short carbines like the SOCOM Mk18, the MAWL-DA mounts offset from the rail to minimise impact on hand position and optic field-of-view. Shooting with a laser should feel the same as shooting without one. Now it does. The MAWL-DA eliminates granular illuminator adjustment and complex multi-position switches and instead consolidates these choices into the settings a soldier needs: Close Range, Mid Range, and Long Range, with the power and divergences appropriate for each.

 

With over 35,000 non-lethal laser systems fielded to the United States Army, Navy, Marine Corps, Air Force and Homeland Security, B.E. Meyers is a defence leader in escalation of force laser technology. (Photo: B.E. Meyers)

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