The FireTech Laser Light Cannon helps give you an advantage when planning for aerial placement. The major problem the laser cannon addresses is daytime visibility.
When time is of the essence and setting up your aerial quickly could mean the difference between life and death, every second counts. The FireTech Laser Light Cannon helps give you an advantage when planning for aerial placement. The daytime visible beam projects a spot of light on the ground exactly where the outrigger will land, and shows the precise location where the jack pads will need to go. Having advanced indication helps the engineer ensure they’re clear of cards and the sidewalk before pulling the brake, as well as allowing the crew to set up the rig throw pads with confidence the first time. Camera systems are great, but once you’re out of the truck and grabbing gear, having a visual target can help save time.
Instead of a traditional LED chip, this fixture uses a laser emitter to produce a high-intensity and hyper focused beam pattern that is unachievable by any other source-type lighting technology.
The major problem the laser cannon addresses is daytime visibility. The spherical-type optic focuses the laser emitter with so much intensity that even during the brightest day the light beam is still visible to the operator.