54B 6400-6400/360

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Product family Expedition Special

    Probably the most resourceful compass in the world for artillery; target acquisition and command posts.

    The Expedition 54 is a unique compass featuring both an optical precision sighting system and a SILVA 1-2-3 SYSTEM compass in the same unit, giving unbeatable precision and versatility in the field. Bearings can be taken with accuracy to within half a degree. 6400 mils on the graduation ring and 6400 mils and 360 degrees on the sighting scale. With beta light i.e. will give continuous light up to 7.5 years.

    Article number 35861-9011
    Accuracy

    ± 0,5° (8.9 mils)

    Altitude use

    5000m @-15 °C

    Declination adjustment

    No

    Graduation

    6400° / 360°

    Illumination

    Beta light – will give continuous light up to 7.5 years

    Impact resistance

    30g in XYZ directions and free fall from 1.5 m height into gravel

    Magnifying lens

    Yes

    Material

    Acrylic

    Patented red/black N/S lines in capsule

    Yes

    Resolution degrees / mils

    Outer ring: 2/50 Precision sighting scale: 1/20

    Scales

    Baseplate: 1:25k, 1:40k, 1:50k, mm, inch

    Settling time from 90° angle to complete rest

    6 sec

    Settling time from 90° angle within ± 3°

    4 sec

    Sighting System

    Prismatic precision

    Silicon friction feet

    Yes

    Size

    126 x 60 x 16 mm

    Temperature operating range

    -40 to +60 °C

    Type of compass

    Silva 1-2-3 System Mirror sighting compass

    UTM position plotting scales (Romer scales)

    1:25k, 1:40k, 1:50k

    Water resistance

    IP68 – (10 m)

    Weight

    39g

    Variant

    Magnetic Equator, Magnetic South, Magnetic North