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Cyalume Introduces CyPad IR Infrared Markers

December 07, 2012  | 

Cyalume has introduced the CyPad IR infrared identification and marking emitters that allow tactical operators to identify personnel or objects during a covert, low-light mission.

The CyPad is lightweight, flat, and measures 4 1/2-by-2 1/2 inches. Information or messages can be written on the surface with a traditional marking pen. The self-adhesive backing allows the pad to be placed on personnel, structures, or windows. Pre-cut hook and holes allow officers to hang the pad on wires or lines.

The pads are water resistant and emit infrared light for eight hours.

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