TNVC Releases Quad Output LID-DBAL Pistol Light/Laser/IR

Nathan S
by Nathan S

The Tactical Night Vision Company (TNVC) has released their new LDI-DBAL light and laser system. The system is categorized as a “Class 1” laser, meaning it is legal for civilians to own. The DBAL comes with a plethora or outputs:

The Dual Beam Aiming Laser – Pistol (DBAL-PL) from Laser Devices / Steiner is a multi-functional pistol aiming laser. Easily and securely attaching to any pistol with an M1913 Picatinny Rail, it features four (yes 4) outputs: Infrared Laser Pointer + Infrared LED Illuminator and Visible Laser Pointer (available in either red or green) + LED White Light. All IR functions are completely eye-safe / Class1. The DBAL-PL gives users the most functional pistol aiming accessory available.

The housing is machined 6061-T4 aluminum and is waterproof to 5 meters. Manufactured by Laser Devices, Inc. / Steiner, the DBAL is only 5.4 ounces. It runs off of two CR123A batteries and has a rated battery life of 1.75 hours.

It is available for $779 (red visible laser) or $899 (green visible laser) on TNVC’s website.

Specs Below:

  • Manufacturer:Laser Devices, Inc. / Steiner
  • Dimensions:3.46”(L) x 1.63”(W) x 1.32”(H)
  • Weight:5.4 oz. (w/ Battery)Housing:Aircraft Aluminum 6061T-6
  • Finish:Hard Anodized
  • Power:Two (2) CR123A Batteries
  • Battery Life:1.75 Hours
  • Waterproof:5 meters
  • Warranty:3 Years
  • Infrared Laser Spec:—————————————————-
  • IR Laser Class:Class 1IR Laser Output:0.7 mW (Eye Safe)
  • IR Laser Divergence:
Nathan S
Nathan S

One of TFB's resident Jarheads, Nathan now works within the firearms industry. A consecutive Marine rifle and pistol expert, he enjoys local 3-gun, NFA, gunsmithing, MSR's, & high-speed gear. Nathan has traveled to over 30 countries working with US DoD & foreign MoDs.The above post is my opinion and does not reflect the views of any company or organization.

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  • Avconsumer2 Avconsumer2 on Oct 28, 2014

    Likey. Not 900 clams for the green "likey"... but likey.

  • Cymond Cymond on Oct 28, 2014

    I didn't realize that there were any Class-1 infrared lasers. I mean, I didn't know that was possible since infrared doesn't trigger a blink-response. I'm glad someone is finally selling one.
    It's out of my price range, but I'm still glad to know they're available.

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    • Whskee Whskee on Nov 01, 2014

      @Cymond Virtually all laser range-finders (LRF) are Class-1, but obviously those only pulse. Some are actually NVG visible if operating at or near 850nm wavelength, which is kinda cool to see on NODs. I'm primarily surprised they have an laser illuminator included on the module instead of an LED one.