Crimson Trace Introduces Its Patented LiNQ System

Imagine a weapon mounted laser/light combination that can be controlled wirelessly, Crimson Trace did just that. The company has just announced its new LiNQ® System. This wireless and remote operation system utilizes a powered control grip to activate and operate a forward—or remotely located—light and laser sight module. The two-piece LiNQ System is designed to equip and upgrade nearly all standard long guns with rails and replaceable pistol grips.

Crimson Trace LNQ-100 LinQ System for Rifle Ghosted

The patented LiNQ (LNQ-100) System’s leading feature is a replaceable AR/MSR-style compatible pistol grip that houses the system’s control circuitry and operating battery. That grip wirelessly communicates with the rail-mounted, or remotely located, laser sight and light module.

When the module and grip are actively communicating—and linked—via a secure Crimson Trace developed interface, a solid green light illuminates on the grip’s side panel. If the grip is searching for the partner light/laser module, the user will see a flashing green light. If the control grip has lost connectivity with the partnered laser/light module, there will be a constant red light on the grip’s side panel. These indicators are easy to see, and the operation buttons are easy to find and engage. The system operates on easy-to-purchase standard CR2 and CR123 Lithium batteries.

Crimson Trace LNQ-100 LinQ System Grip Left View

The output light/laser module is similar to Crimson Trace’s popular Rail Master Pro units. Adding to the innovation features are an activation button located on the back of the remote laser and light module that permits use of the laser and light features without the LiNQ control grip installed on the firearm or located within communication range. The remote module provides these operation options:

  • Light and laser together
  • Laser only (red and green laser models will be available)
  • Light only (the innovative LED light has a 300-Lumen output)
  • Laser and strobe/pulsing light

The LiNQ control grip and modules have been rigorously laboratory- and field-tested for possible interruptions and communication challenges. The units have also passed numerous drop, dust and moisture tests. The two-piece system was also reviewed and tested by some of America’s top gun writers and firearms industry experts during the development phase. The product easily installs onto nearly any standard AR/MSR platform rifle commercially sold today without special gunsmithing skills. The attachment process requires removing the current grip, installing the new Crimson Trace LiNQ System powered grip in its place, and then inserting the securing screw. It’s that simple. All necessary wrenches and batteries are provided.

The light/laser module will attach securely to standard M-1913 Picatinny and Weaver-style rails. This unit can also be engaged with the easy-to-operate Crimson Trace Instant Activation button. The Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price will be $549 for the LiNQ System package, and it will be widely available for purchase in mid-year 2016. For additional details, visit: www.crimsontrace.com or call 800-442-2406.

ABOUT CRIMSON TRACE:

Crimson Trace is America’s acknowledged industry leader for laser sighting systems and tactical lights for firearms. The company’s award-winning innovations include: Lasergrips® and Laserguard® with red and green lasers, as well asLightguard™ –all with Instinctive Activation ™. Additionally, the company’s product lines include the best-in-classDefender Series™ and Rail Master® platforms – all of which are designed, engineered, assembled, packaged and shipped from Oregon. Crimson Trace sets the industry standard in comprehensive customer service that is available 24/7 at 800-442-2406.

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