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Tactical Compass IMAISEN YK-IM6526MTC Camouflage

Tactical Compass IMAISEN YK-IM6526MTC Camouflage
Tactical Compass IMAISEN YK-IM6526MTC Camouflage
Tactical Compass IMAISEN YK-IM6526MTC Camouflage
Tactical Compass IMAISEN YK-IM6526MTC Camouflage
Tactical Compass IMAISEN YK-IM6526MTC Camouflage
Tactical Compass IMAISEN YK-IM6526MTC Camouflage
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Tactical Compass IMAISEN YK-IM6526MTC Camouflage
Tactical Compass IMAISEN YK-IM6526MTC Camouflage
Tactical Compass IMAISEN YK-IM6526MTC Camouflage
Tactical Compass IMAISEN YK-IM6526MTC Camouflage
Tactical Compass IMAISEN YK-IM6526MTC Camouflage
Tactical Compass IMAISEN YK-IM6526MTC Camouflage
Tactical Compass IMAISEN YK-IM6526MTC Camouflage
13.18€
Ex Tax: 13.18€
  • Stock: In Stock
  • Model: YK-IM6526MTC
  • Weight: 0.30kg
  • Dimensions: 0.10m x 0.10m x 0.07m
Construction and operation
  1. Azimuth measuring mechanism: It consists of a compass, an illuminated gate and a sight. The outer azimuth division circle is a 360 division system with a minimum grid value of 2; The inner ring is divided into 60-00 dense positions and the minimum grid value is 0-20 dense positions. See table for conversion of density and grade. Measurement accuracy: 0-10 mil 1
  2. Range Prediction: It consists of light gate, scope, etc. The angle between the two tips of the sighting star and the centerline of the sighting gate is 1-00mm, the length between the two tips is 12.34mm, and the length between the sighting gate and the sighting star is 123.4mm, resulting in a 10:1 ratio range estimate . The measurement accuracy is 5%
  3. Pitch angle measuring mechanism: It consists of a deflected clock plate, a pendulum, a flat mirror and the like, and the measuring range is plus or minus 90 degrees. Measurement accuracy 2.5
  4. Coordinate ladder ruler: consists of a long ruler on one side and a short ruler on both sides perpendicular to each other. The ruler is 120 mm long. Measurement accuracy: 0.5 mm.
Usage transaction description:
  1. Azimuth measurement: unfold the compass needle, turn the azimuth frame so that the scale line on the azimuth glass is opposite to the turning indicator, diagonally place the flat mirror (45 degrees) with one eye towards the target through and see the azimuth division on the stop list card in front of the n poles of the magnetic needle from the reflection of the flat mirror to read the target azimuth, then rotate the azimuth frame with the right hand to align the scale line. on an azimuth glass with a magnetic needle n poles, and the angle between the turn indicator and the scale line of the azimuth glass is the target azimuth (counted clockwise). Open the north needle, calibrate the map (the map may not be calibrated when measuring distance), insert the needle into the reference point on the map, turn the north needle so that the edge of the side ruler is cut at the target. point, and the azimuth angle from the reference point to the target point can be set.
  2. Calibration map: unfold the compass needle, rotate the azimuth frame so that the mark on the scale line of the azimuth frame aligns with the turning indicator (pay attention to the magnetic declination correction), place the compass needle on the map, the scope end pointing to the north pole of the map, the length of the coordinate ladder set the tangent to the magnetic meridian of the map and rotate the map so that the N pole of the compass needle aligns with the scale line on the azimuth glass, then the map. is calibrated.
  3. Find the marching direction to the cloaking target: Spread the north-pointing needle on the map so that the map where the ruler is going is standing and the marching target. At this point, the turn indicator indicates the direction in which the ruler must go. Rotate the azimuth bezel so that the (S, N) directions on the azimuth glass match the (S, N) directions on the map, then note the azimuth readings shown on the turn indicator and take the needle pointing north. turn indicator and turn the housing so that the N pole of the magnetic needle is aligned with the scale line on the azimuth glass. At this point, align forward through the diversion gate. All objects (such as trees, houses, etc.) on the alignment line can be used as auxiliary targets in the direction of march. Once you've identified the supporting targets, you can move forward. Close the compass needle and put it in the bag, but do not turn the azimuth frame. After you reach a sub-goal, you can find a new sub-goal and continue moving forward to the goal. Always check the direction readings along the way.
  4. Knowing the range of the target, estimating the distance between the target and the stationary point: (1) Aim at the target through the left and right tips of the aiming gate and the aiming star, and estimate the target distance accordingly. to a ratio formula of 10:1 in multiples of the distance between the tips of the left and right aiming stars. The distance between the target and the standing point (m) = the width of the target distance (m) x10/ the distance between the target is a multiple of the width of the two tips of the sight. Example: There is a highway in front of us parallel to where we are. Find the distance between the highway and the place. There are electric poles next to the highway, the distance between the poles is 50m. The distance meter measures that there are 5 electric poles at the left and right ends, ie. i.e. every two poles are separated by 1/4 of the distance between the left and right ends. According to the proportion formula, it is obtained as follows: Distance between path and position = 50x10 x 4 = 2000m (2) using auxiliary points to determine the distance of the target Aim at the target with the scope, rotate the azimuth frame to align the scale line with the N pole of the magnetic needle, and record the turn indicator displayed azimuth reading. Then look for a reference point in the right or left direction (i.e. i.e. 15-00 different from the original azimuth reading) and measure the distance from the reference point to the stationary point by step or other means. At the auxiliary point, use the north-pointing needle to aim at the original target through the firing scope, and also rotate the azimuth frame to align the scale line with the N pole of the magnetic needle, and record the readings shown by direction. indicator. Based on the difference between the front and rear direction angle readings and the distance from the parking point to the auxiliary point, check the attached table 2 to get the target distance. If the difference between the above two direction angle readings is 7-50 (i.e. 45), the target distance is equal to the distance from the stationary point to the auxiliary point.
  5. Pitch angle measurement: face down, point the light at the target and reflect the angle reading through the flat mirror; Alternatively, place the support surface on a certain plane and measure the angle of inclination of the plane.
  6. Height measurement: Use maps and altimeters to measure height. The horizontal distance from the stationary point to the target is found on the map, and the degree of turn is measured by the north arrow. Height is determined by an altimeter and can also be calculated using a trigonometric function. Example: Find the height from the bottom of the mountain to the top of the mountain. The horizontal distance between the top of the mountain and the standing point is 100 meters from the map. The elevation of the mountain top is measured at 40 degrees with the needle pointing north, and then the altimeter is checked to read 40 degrees at 100 meters, giving an elevation of 83.91 meters.
  7. Measure the distance between any two points on the map: For maps of different scales, the formula for calculating the ratio of the side length of the square grid and the distance at the location 1:25000 map: distance = (mm /4 )X100 (m) 1:50,000 map: distance = ( mm /2) X100 (m) 1:100,000 map: distance = mm X 100 (m)
  8. Measurement of magnetic declination: (1) The position of the earth's north-south magnetic pole is not exactly in the earth's north-south direction, so the magnetic needle indicates the north-south direction, and the true north-south direction has an angle deviation, the angle of deviation is called magnetic declination, its the meaning varies from place to place. When precise measurements are not required, the direction indicated by the magnetic needle may be taken as true north. When accurate measurement is required, first check the local magnetic declination book, and then the true north-south direction can be calculated from the direction of the magnetic needle. If a compass needle is used in Changsha, the magnetic declination of Changsha in Table 4 is 2 41' (W), which means that north indicated by the compass needle in Changsha is 2 41' west of north. (2) find the magnetic declination anywhere. On a clear night, extend the compass needle and turn the azimuth bezel so that the symbol (N) on the azimuth glass is opposite the turn pointer. With the lighted door, sight glass, flat mirror and illuminated sign facing the North Star, do not change the direction of the north needle and place the north needle level. At this time, the reading shown at the north pole of the magnetic needle is the magnetic declination of the site.
Maintenance:
  1. When using and placing the compass needle, keep away from ferromagnetic objects, high-voltage wires, electromagnetic devices, etc., so as not to cause errors and reduce the sensitivity of the compass.
  2. When not in use, it should be placed in a ventilated and dry place to prevent mold.
  3. Do not rotate the flat mirror and the card holder, so as not to affect the accuracy of its use.
  4. When each surface is sticky and dirty, the surface can be easily rubbed with white flannel to make the surface bright and clean.
FEATURES:
  • Metal body
  • Thermoelastic liquid-filled capsule with floating dial
  • Rotating Bezel Ring
  • Rulers on the sides with dimensions in inches and centimeters
  • Built-in bubble level
  • Hole for attaching a tripod
  • 360 degrees
  • Closed dimensions: 6.5 x 5.3 x 2.6 cm
  • Dial diameter: 55 mm
  • Weight: 175 g
  • Topographic map measurements
  • Distance estimation
  • Target line
  • Setting the azimuth
  • Waterproof
  • The color is green

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