Lasers used for training and simulation have two defining characteristics: wavelength and pulse length. Make sure that your training weapon is compatible with Laser Range by following these simple guidelines.
Wavelength – simply put, this is the color of the laser. Laser Range supports red and infrared lasers with wavelengths of 635-850 nanometers (nm). Laser Range does not support green lasers.
Pulse Length – when a laser is activated, it flashes (or pulses) for a brief moment. This amount of time is what is known as the pulse length. The Laser Range camera can capture lasers with pulse lengths of 50 milliseconds (ms) or higher. This includes almost all commercial laser training weapons.
Ideally, your laser training weapon should be an invisible laser with a wavelength between 720-850 nm and a pulse length of 64 ms.