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Settings on Meprolight Mepro MOR | Optics Trade Debates


Polona - 26. March, 2019 - 0 comments

Hello, and welcome to another episode of Optics Trade Debates. Today, we’ll do a quick review on the setting found in Meprolight Mepro MOR and its switch function in particular.

Since this is a very complex red dot sight, we receive many questions concerning its features. We are here to explain the meaning behind each marking on the switch and what it does, basically.

Many customers wonder how does the Mepro MOR switch work. This Meprolight device can be used as a passive reflex dot or an active one with an illuminated dot that is battery-powered.

What is more, there are two different lasers. Only the first laser is visible. The other is an invisible infrared laser, intended for use with night vision goggles.

So how does Mepro MOR work?

When the switch is set to OFF, neither laser works (even if you push the button).

The illuminated dot is powered by either the ambient light during the daytime or by tritium during the low light situations or nighttime.


By moving the switch to 1, the user enables the lowest setting with an active (battery powered) red dot inside and with a push of the button, the visible laser works too.

The medium intensity starts once you switch to 2. The red dot is in active mode and battery-powered. The visible laser works too.

Turn the switch setting to 3 to enable the highest intensity level. The red dot is powered by the battery. Again, the visible laser works.

In short, levels 1-3 require battery power that will also activate the visible laser.


Next, there is the L setting. With that, the dot returns to the passive mode. During the daytime, it is powered by the optical fibre and the ambient light. The laser still works. That means that we have a passive red dot with a laser.

Then we have the infrared option. With the infrared laser, the night vision setting with tritium is enabled. That makes it a passive red dot. At the push of a button, the invisible laser emits light (but NV goggles are necessary to actually SEE the laser as its light is invisible to the human eye).


With Meprolight Mepro MOR, the user can take advantage of various options and combinations (passive red dot or active red dot, visible laser or invisible laser) by toggling between the settings buttons on the device.

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