55 (6400/360) - Tactical

SilvaSKU: 37586

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Description

Probably the most resourceful compass in the world for artillery; target acquisition and command posts. The 55 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. The compass has a luminous graduation ring and markings for compass reading in the dark. Once activated by daylight/flashlight it will give light up to 4 hours of light. 6400 mils on the graduation ring and 6400 mils + 360 degrees on the sighting scale.

The 55 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.

Technical Details:

  • Accuracy: ± 0,5° (8.9 mils)
  • Altitude use: 5000m @-15 °C
  • Clinometer: No
  • Declination adjustment: No
  • Graduation: 6400° / 360°
  • Illumination: 4 hours after activation in light
  • 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: – / 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: -30 to +60 C
  • Type of compass Baseplate, Lensatic precision sighting compass, Silva 1-2-3 System Mirror sighting compass
  • UTM position plotting scales (Romer scales): 1:25k, 1:40k, 1:50k
  • Variant Magnetic Equator, Magnetic North, Magnetic South
  • Water resistance: Waterproof
  • Weight: 39g

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