The T-MAIM Tactical Multispectral Aiming and Illumination Module is a CLASS IIIb laser that consists of a visible aiming laser, a near-infrared (near-IR) aiming laser, and a focusable near-IR Illuminator. The function of the T-MAIM is to provide an operator with highly collimated aiming lasers for precision aiming and targeting both with the naked eye in low light conditions and with image intensified Night Vision devices in nighttime applications. The focusable near-IR Illuminator provides the user with the ability to flood the area of interest with invisible near infrared light. The T-MAIM can be operated in a variety of modes with single lasers or multiple lasers concurrently. The visible and near-IR aiming lasers are can be boresighted to the weapon using unique ballistic differential adjustment ports using the onboard tool. The output power of the T-MAIM can be adjusted from approximately 100μW to 25mW electronically across 256 discrete intervals. Additionally, the aiming lasers can be operated via a userchosen switch, in either a constant wave or 4Hz pulsed mode. The lasers can be activated either by remote switch assembly or through an integral “FIRE” button on the main housing. In the interest of safety for force-on-force training, the T-MAIM can be outfitted with an included blue colored SAFETY remote cable that acts as an interlock to keep both the remote switch and the “FIRE” button limited to eye-safe laser conditions emitting at less than 600μW. A full feature black tactical remote switch assembly can be connected to the unit to provide access to the full range of power. Additional safety features include: laser “ON” indicator when in use; low battery indicator; and, a SAFETY indicator when the appropriate remote switch is installed. Depending on the laser mode selected, the T-MAIM can be used either with the naked eye in low light conditions, or with image intensified Night Vision devices in dark environments. The T-MAIM can be used in either a handheld mode with the operator activating the “FIRE” button, or in a weapon-mounted configuration using the integrated MIL-STD-1913 rail grabber assembly on the unit. The T-MAIM is also equipped with a MIL-STD-1913 rail set at the 10 o’clock position, which allows the operator to attach a tactical flashlight or navigation light to provide illumination in low light conditions.
- Tactile click stops for windage & elevation adjustments
- Rapid active target acquisition
- True night vision compatible mode
- Utilizes single CR123 Lithium battery
- Aiming lasers are co-boresighted