TASER X2 Professional Series: Everything You Need to Know

Posted by Anthony Carli on 7/9/18 2:47 PM

You've learned everything you need to know about our Civilian Line (TASER Pulse, TASER Bolt, TASER StrikeLight) and the TASER X26P from our Professional Series. Now its time to learn about our last product, the TASER X2, from our Professional Series.

TASER X2 law enforcement weapon

While the TASER X2 conducted electrical weapon (CEW) was initially designed for law enforcement applications, the device is available for purchase by non-law enforcement personnel and security professionals looking for extra protection. The TASER X2 provides users 2 cartridges ready to fire, while the TASER Pulse and TASER Bolt each require a reload after every deployment of a single cartridge.

Like the X26P, the X2 provides the user a 15-foot safety range, and can deliver 5 seconds of NMI, allowing professionals to apprehend their target and assist device owners in making a safe escape.
Product Features:
Powerful Protection: The X2 features a 15-foot (4.6 m) reach, contact stun, and delivers a 5-second cycle during which the target can be apprehended. If necessary, such as in cases of a missed target, the X2 contains a backup shot that can be immediately deployed at any time after the first shot.

Class 3R LASER Targeting: The X2 is equipped with both top and bottom LASERs that are aligned to the approximate trajectories of the top and bottom probes, respectively, at a 15-foot distance. Combined with a powerful LED flashlight, target acquisition is made simple.

Warning ARC: When the device is armed, pressing and holding the ARC switch, a button on the body of the device adjacent to the trigger guard, arms a Warning Arc. This causes a stream of electricity to arc in front of the loaded cartridges without discharging them. The Warning Arc may allow the user to deter a subject without having to use actual force.

Data Capture: The X2 has a highly advanced download function that, unlike other modes of force, provides documentation of the date, time and duration of each firing. The dataport also provides professionals with a powerful management tool to track usage p

atterns and prevent misuse. The data download record includes the following information for the last 2,000+ discharges:
1. Date, time, and duration of each discharge in both GMT and local time;
2. Temperature and DPM battery percentage remaining at each discharge;
3. Record of any time changes made to the CEW memory; and
4. CEW serial number and current software version.

Central Information Display (CID): The CID is a display on the rear of the TASER X2 that provides information about the device. When the device is fired, the CID will display a count indicating how many seconds remain in the deployment cycle.

Reliable: The TASER X2 is a trusted device used by law enforcement agencies around the world. The device has a long history of reliable service for law enforcement and professional security.

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