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InForce – New Gen2 Weapon Mounted Lights Introduced

Tuesday, September 13th, 2016

Emissive Energy debuts four new Gen2 units in its WML and WMLx White and White/Infrared Series


North Kingstown, RI – Emissive Energy Corporation, an industry leader in weapon mounted lighting products, debuts today the next generation of the WML and WMLx product lines. The new products continue to be lightweight and powerful as discovered with the original WML and WMLx Series, but with several new upgrades.

Extensively tested for performance, durability and reliability, customers won’t find a more dependable light on the market today. Incredibly powerful yet compact in size, the Gen2 WML and WMLx Series integrates with MIL-STD-1913/NAR rail and features a new reinforced polymer body which offers higher-impact resistance and durability. Patented heat dissipating vents provide improved LED thermal management and an ergonomic, contoured non-slip switch makes for easy on/off. There are three operating modes: constant, momentary and strobe (strobe is easily disabled) and the new products are waterproof up to 66 feet.

“With the new enhancements, all four Gen2 products offer brighter lumens and an all-inclusive rail clamping design that integrates seamlessly, providing simple, fast, mounting with no need for additional tools. The easy-to-operate lockout system ensures the light isn’t turned on until the operator is ready,” says Matthew S. Wolfe, Vice President of Emissive Energy Corporation. “We continually explore new ways to provide high-quality products and our new Gen2 products are no exception.“

The WML White and WML White/IR products offer many functional enhancements including:

  • Increased lumens from 200 to 400, at just 3 ounces
  • High efficiency emitter provides up to 1.5 hours of runtime in white mode, or 4 hours in infrared mode from a single 123A Lithium battery
  • Concentrated, high-intensity beam fills the field of view for close to mid-range target identification
  • Re-engineered cam lever and lockout bale with constant tension to maximize ease of switching between white or infrared mode (IR model only) and full function/momentary mode (white model only)
  • The WMLx White and WMLx White/IR models offer many functional enhancements including:

  • Increased lumens from 500 to 800 (White version) and from 400 to 700 (IR version), at just 4 ounces
  • High efficiency emitter provides up to 2 hours of runtime in white mode, or 4 hours in infrared mode from two 123A Lithium battery
  • Concentrated spot and far-reaching, high-intensity beam provides significant light for situational awareness and long-distance target identification
  • Re-engineered cam lever and lockout bale with constant tension to maximize ease of switching between white or infrared mode (IR model only) and full function/momentary mode (white model only)
  • www.inforce-mil.com

    INFORCE WMLx 500 Lumen Weapon Mounted Light

    Thursday, April 3rd, 2014


    April 2014 – The INFORCE WMLX White produces 500 lumens of penetrating light with a tight beam and balanced peripheral light for discernment of the surrounding area. Features field-programmable white light — momentary to constant — plus a strobe that is easily disabled. Its angled activation button is comfortable to operate without interference of wires from tape switches. The integrated patent pending rail clamping system is compact, convenient and secure. Waterproof to 66 feet. Two distinct easy-to-operate lockout systems are incorporated to avoid accidental discharge.

    Available in Black, Desert Sand, & Flat Dark Earth.

    LIGHT OUTPUT / RUN TIME: 500 lumens, 2 Hours

    MULTI-FUNCTION BUTTON / ACTIVATION SWITCH FEATURES:? Constant and Momentary High Output of 500 lumens only. Strobe and Strobe Disable.

    INTEGRATED MOUNTING SYSTEM is compact, convenient and secure. NAR/MIL-STD-1913 rail compatible. Pivoting clamp fastens the light to the rail. No tools needed.
    ANGLED ACTIVATION SWITCH is comfortable ?and easy to operate without interference of wires from tape switches.

    (2) LOCKOUT SYSTEMS: Safety Lever, Head Rotation
    Bezel Diameter: 1.125 in. / 2.857 cm.
    Length: 5.34 in. / 13.54 cm.
    ?Weight with batteries: 4 oz. / 113.4 g.
    HIGH EFFICIENCY EMITTERS provide longer run times and are virtually immune to failure.
    AR COATED Mineral Glass


    What’s New with HSP?

    Wednesday, January 16th, 2013

    Yesterday, I had a chance to sit down with Travis Haley and his team to talk about HSP for 2013. There’s a whole lot going on and unfortunately, I am only able to share a little bit of what we will see.


    One of the things that I appreciate about Haley Strategic Partners is that they work with others in industry to introduce new products and technologies. Case in point is the new INCOG IWB Holster System developed in conjunction with G-code.

    These are rolling off the assembly line and although not shown here, models for the M&P will soon join the GLOCK holsters already out there.


    Additionally, HSP is working with Inforce to introduce a new version of their handheld light. I got to play with it a little bit and the ribbed section in the middle really increases the utility of the light.

    Additionally, I’d look out for a new mobility training course as well as some very specialized pieces of kit in addition to a few items that virtually everyone will want to try. Hopefully, they’ll share their plans sooner rather than later.

    Haley Strategic Partners – Disruptive Industries Day Three

    Thursday, June 14th, 2012

    Disruptive Industries is a unique, invitation-only event bringing together industry, military, and law enforcement. It is designed to teach, inspire, build relationships, open communications and create new channels for innovation in the defense sector. Every experience has been devised to accomplish each of these tasks in one way or another, from training classes to meals as well as other organized social events.

    We’ve already experienced two days of shooting, physical conditioning, and associated tactical training. Oddly enough, day 3 kicked off much like day 2, with another ass kicking from former Russian Spetznaz operator Saulius “Sonny” Puzikas. Except, this time, he really did kick our asses. During the various demonstrations of Systema hand to hand, pretty much every one of us got a chance to take a blow or two from Sonny. Naturally, we got to knock each other around a little as well. The training was no nonsense and focused on staying out of a grapple and incapacitating your aggressor. All in all, it was fantastic.

    Next up were classes on surreptitious entry and restraint escape by Bryan Black of ITS Tactical. After lunch we ran through various room clearing drills. Scenarios focused on PSD work but the lessons could be applied to multiple scenarios.

    As I mentioned earlier, D1 is very much about fostering innovation and relationships. One of the best things about Disruptive Industries is the opportunity to network and cross-talk. This includes all participants. Everyone has learned from our esteemed instructors and I’d hazard to guess that they have picked up a few things from us as well. Additionally, Mil and LE have been able to compare notes and share experiences with each other as well as interact with the industry reps. For the industry folks, this experience has been invaluable. In some cases, different companies have been able to discuss collaborations and, in every case, industry has gained knowledge from the interaction with military and LE attendees.

    It’s been great working with the military and LE members as well as HSP’s industry partners HSGI, G-Code Holsters, Impact Weapons Components, Arc’teryx LEAF, Outdoor Research, US Palm, B5 Systems, Emissive Energy/Inforce, UTM, Rifle Dynamics, Dark Mountain Research, PNW Ammunition and Kill Cliff as well as media reps from ITS Tactical.

    Don’t forget, ITS Tactical is also on hand so make sure you visit their site for additional photos. Look for the simultaneous release of an AAR from both of us soon. Until then, enjoy our serialized look at HSP’s Disruptive Industries.