Wicked Lights INFRARED (IR) 850nm Replacement Intensity Control LED for W404iC, W403iC, A48iC, and ScanPro iC

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Wicked Lights Infrared 850nm Replacement Intensity Control LED

INFRARED LED: This LED is not a regular red colored LED. Infrared is non visible to the human eye and MUST BE USED WITH NIGHT VISION DEVICES!

Please Note: For use with the W404iC, W403iC, A48iC, and ScanPro iC Models ONLY!

Includes ONE INFRARED (IR) 850nm Full Intensity Control interchangeable LED (Light sold separate).

  • The Intensity Control LED features Full Intensity Control STANDARD. For use with the W404iC, W403iC & A48iC and in the ScanPro IC Headlamp only. Not for use in the standard "ScanPro" or "ScanPro iC 3-Color-In-1".
  • The LED assembly features a 3-year warranty, and can be changed in the field in less than 30 seconds for those wishing to use or experiment with a different led color.
  • INFRARED 850nm - MUST be used with Night Vision. Optimized for use with digital through Gen 3+ night vision. 850nm will appear slightly brighter in digital night vision than 940nm. However, 850nm will also have a slight red "glow" when turned on.
  • Manufacturer specifications are subject to change.
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  • 5
    Works Perfect

    Posted by Brad Maxwell on 22nd Mar 2019

    I used in conjunction with my Night Vision Monocular and could see for probably 600 yards easily.

  • 5

    Posted by Scotty on 17th May 2018

    I use this with my atn 4K pro and can see 350-400 yards.

  • 5
    Infra red led for wicked kill light

    Posted by Dave on 6th May 2018

    Works awesome! A little large mounted on the side of my ATN digital night vision scope but power and focus and intensity control make it so effective that I can leave my daytime reduced aperature on at night too and get excellent image detail. Still do not need full power at 150 y. Big bonus. No expensive batteries to buy for it. Already have excellent rechargables for kill light.

  • 5
    Works just as it should

    Posted by Dustin Merkel on 5th May 2018

    IR bulb works with the intensity control just as it should, depending on device can easily see targets out to 300 yards, the intensity control is a great feature for digital night vision users. If your running a tube type night vision device plan on running it wide open all the time.