Laser Devices New Electronic Double Tap Switch (EDTS) End CapLaser Devices, Inc. Press Release
FlashlightNews.org - 6/04/2007
Laser Devices, Inc. Announces a NEW Electronic Double Tap Switch (EDTS) for the Popular OPERATOR OP-6 Line of Tactical Lights
OP-6 Tactical Flashlight from Laser Devices, Inc.
MONTEREY, Ca. - Laser Devices, Inc. (LDI), manufacturer of state-of-the-art visible and infrared aiming lasers, handheld and weapon-mounted tactical lights and small arms training systems is pleased to announce the release of its new Electronic Double Tap Switch (EDTS) End Cap for the popular OPERATOR OP-6 Tactical Lights.
Laser Devices’ most versatile tactical light, the OPERATOR OP-6, now offers users even more options with a new Electronic Double Tap Switch (EDTS) End Cap. The EDTS has a remote cable port to allow quick and easy replacement of a broken or worn out remote cable assembly as well as a local activation switch located on the side of the end cap housing.
In addition, the EDTS provides the following functionality:
- Press and release either the remote cable switch or the local activation switch to operate the light in a traditional momentary fashion at the full brightness level.
- Continuous ON
- Double tap the remote or local switch to activate the light continuously at full brightness. The light can be instantly returned to momentary activation by pressing and releasing either switch.
- Dimmer Mode
- Press the remote or local switch three times and hold it down to decrease the level of brightness for map reading or situations where the full brightness level would be a disadvantage. The light will continue to operate at the reduced brightness level until either switch is double tapped which returns the light to full brightness.
- Positive OFF
- Turning the EDTS end-cap approximately ˝ turn counter clockwise provides a positive off position to prevent the light from being inadvertently activated by depressing the remote or local switch.
EDTS works with OPERATOR OP-6 lights equipped with an incandescent high pressure Xenon lamp or with the blindingly bright 125 lumen high flux LED head. The EDTS end cap is interchangeable with any existing OP-6 end cap and is sold separately or prepackaged with the OP-6 tactical light.
About Laser Devices, Inc.
Laser Devices, Inc. (LDI) is an ISO 9001:2000 Certified QMS manufacturer of laser aiming devices and tactical lights for firearms. Founded in 1979, LDI is now known for its expertise in the design and manufacture of state-of-the-art visible and infrared laser based aiming devices and small arms training systems used by law enforcement and military agencies worldwide. The Company has expanded its operations to include the production of laser and white light tactical illuminators. LDI holds six (6) U.S. patents for its aiming lasers and tactical lights; and is located in Monterey, California, USA.