InfiRay Outdoor ILR-1000 Infrared Laser Rangefinder Module for MK1 Models

SKU: OL-ILR-1000
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Product Information

*Works exclusively with the InfiRay Outdoor MK1 Series. RL42, RH35 & RH50*

The InfiRay Outdoor ILR-1000 Infrared Laser Rangefinder Module integrates seamlessly with all RICO Mk1 Series thermal rifle scopes, taking the guesswork out of range estimation, day or night. The ILR-1000 provides +/- 1-yard range-to-target accuracy out to 1000 yards* and overlays these results on the display of a connected Mk1 Series rifle scope. A ultra-lightweight aluminum chassis secured by an intuitive QD mount ensures dead-nuts repeatability and ease of use, even while wearing gloves. Enhance your range estimation capabilities with the InfiRay Outdoor ILR-1000

The ILR 1000 has an iRay USA 5 year warranty that includes a 5 business day repair/replace policy. This warranty is unmatched in the US thermal industry and it shows iRay USA's commitment to their customers!

Measurement Range: 5~1000
Measurement Accuracy: ± 1 Yard
Safety Class: 1 Vis./3R Invis.
Max Output: 4.5mW Vis./ 125nJ Invis.
Puls Duration: CW Vis./18 nSec Invis.
Wavelength: 635 nm/905 nm
Ranging Modes: Continuous/Single Range

Dimensions: 2.83”×2.2”×2.00”
Weight: 8.81 Oz
Mounting System: Picatinny STD-1913 rail

Housing Material: T-6061 Aluminum
Operating Temperature: 14°F~122°F
Storage Temperature: -4°F~140°F
Ingress Protection: IP67
Warranty: 5 Years

Customer Reviews

Based on 18 reviews
Lance Johnson

Hard for me to get zeroed .wish it had simple on off button

Landon Minor
I ray ilr1000

Super fast shipping awesome service

Christopher Bosley
Ilr- 1000

So far works great! No issues,

Bobby Meadows
Great sight

Best Nv sight I’ve seen yet. Great service thanks

Very Accurate Unit

This ILR1000 is mated to my RICO RL42 and it works flawlessly! Extremely accurate when tested against a Nikon hand-held and compared with an equally as accurate Trail 2 LRF.
I use it in continuous mode and there is no noticeable battery drain with it turned on or off.
Now, yes it does have a larger footprint than that of a native unit on the Pulsar Trail but it is just a tad larger when you really measure it.
It mounts on the left side of the scope and has caused me to have to change my sling methodology to accommodate it (I'm still getting accustomed to that part).

Otherwise it is extremely easy to use and provides great confidence in its measurements.

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