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FAST AND SIMPLE LAYING OF M BY UNSING A INTEGRATED BAL ▼ INTEGRATED BALLISTIC TABLE FOR FAST TARGETING ▼ QUICK SCALE CHANGE FOR DIFFERENT AMMUNITION TYPES ▼ MANUFACTURED ACCORDING TO NATO STANDARDS MIL 8100 ▼ HIGHEST DEMANDS ON QUALITY AND RELIABILITY ▼ USER-FRIENDLY HANDLING AND OPERATION ▼ ACCURATE BUT FAST TRAGET AQUISTITION ▼ RUGGERISED FOR MILITARY CONDITION ▼ SIMPLE AND RELIABLE DESIGN ▼ EASY REPAIR AND MAINTENANCE .
each featuring different characteristics. The telescope features x 2. 6400 mil 50 mil 10 mil Clamp able 800 mil to 1400 mil 1 scale 10 mils Telescope x 1. a 9° field of view and a cross hair reticle to perform the aiming process with highest accuracy and reliability. The R08 can be operated with two different optical devices.MORTARS LLISTIC TABLE The R08 sighting system is an effective but simple to operate sighting instrument to lay muzzle-loaded indirect fire weapons which fire shells at low velocity.4 magnification. when the target is taken in sight with both eyes open. With the collimator the aiming process is quick and easy. The low weight and integrated ballistic table enables the instrument for the use with regular infantry squads but also air assault and special operation units. The design concept of this sighting system is based on the high mobile and independent operational nature of small and medium calibre mortar systems like the 60 mm used for close fire support operations for infantry units.6 x 9° 4 mm 45° +/– 25° 90° Crosshair Collimator Azimuth Scale Azimuth vial Elevation vial Clamp lever elevation scale Clamp lever collimator Ballistic table Fixation screw for table indicator . According to this table the elevation position of the instrument can be set and an operation can be carried out without an extern fire control calculation. Despite the simple design of the instrument the high accuracy and ability for a fast deployment makes the R08 sight a reliable instrument for infantry mortar crews. To use different types of ammunition the ballistic table on the instrument can be changed easily under harsh operation circumstances. a telescope and a collimator. TECHNICAL DATA AIMING DEVICE Azimuth setting Coarse scale Fine scale Azimuth setting ring Elevation setting Setting Optical device Ballistic table Bubbles levels Mounting clearance Dimension Weight TELESCOPE Magnification Field of view Exit pupil Eyepiece axis Telescope vertically tiltable Telescope vertically rollable Reticle n. The mortar can be laid quick and simple by using the integrated ballistic table according to operational data available. charges and effective ranges of several types of ammunition and an overall angle scale. The instrument incorporates a ballistic table carrying the min/ max ranges. If required the instrument and the cross hair reticle of the telescope can be illuminated by LED or with a tritium light source.47 kg 2. short ranges and high-arcing ballistic trajectories.5 Collimator Exchangeable 5’ – protected NATO Standard 104 x 66 x 151 mm 0. The R08 enables the mortar crew to operate with or without a fire direction center.
photonic.486 56 91. Seeböckgasse 59 +43 -1.SYSTEM OVERVIEW R08 mortar sight with telescope 187-20-002 R08 mortar sight with collimator 187-20-003 Carrying bag for complete system 604-80-002 LED / tritium illumination: On request User Manual 187-18-001 PHOTONIC Optische Geräte GmbH & Co KG Austria.47 sales. .at www.at Subject to change without email@example.com 56 91-0 +43 -1. A -1160 Vienna.
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ACCORDING TO CUSTOMERS DEMANDS SEVERAL MOUNTING OPTIONS FOR CREW SERVED WEAPONS SIMPLE MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR PROCEDURES MANUFACTURED ACCORDING TO NATO STANDARD MIL 8100 .▼ ▼ HIGHEST DEMANDS ON QUALITY AND RELIABILITY OUTSTANDING LEVEL OF ACCURACY ACHIEVED USING MODERN PRECISE MACHINING AND QUALITY CONTROL INSPECTION SYSTEMS ▼ ▼ ▼ ▼ EFFECTIVE NIGHT-AIMING CAPABILITY WITH DIFFERENT ILLUMINATION SYSTEMS USER-FRIENDLY HANDLING AND OPERATION AUXILIARY AND BORESIGHTING EQUIPMENT FOR ALL CALIBRES BACKSLASH-FREE AND SMOOTH OPERATION DURING HARSH ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS ▼ ▼ ▼ ▼ LED OR TRITIUM ILLUMINATION.
Furthermore the azimuth worm pinion can be disengaged for rapid adjustment. bubbles and reticle. . This design makes the instrument very convenient to operate particularly with different types of mortars. 81 mm and 120 mm mortars. Both the A06/07 have a magnification of 2. Both coarse and fine azimuth scales can be adjusted and clamped.6x and a field of view of 9°. The optical telescope is mounted at the top of the aiming device and the sighting eyepiece is oriented at 45° to the objective axis. Unintentional displacement of this setting is prevented by the engagement of a tooth-stop on both worm pinions.EFFECTIVE NIGHT AIMING CAP WITH LED OR TRITIUM ILLUMIN A07 A06 THE A06 AND A07 WERE DEVELOPED and designed for use on different calibres of mortars such as 60 mm. A crosshair reticle is integrated into the telescope For night operations the A06 is equipped with a battery operated illumination system powering LEDs. The complete telescope can be tilted +/– 25° and also rotated axially by 90°. Precise angle setting adjustments in both elevation and azimuth for the A06/07 aiming device is achieved using worm pinions. The system uses two standard AA 1. These consist primarily of an aiming device with an accurate elevation and azimuth worm pinion and a telescopic sight (coarse orientation is achieved by means of a v-sight). Bubble levels are mounted on the instrument housing.5 V batteries and provides illumination for all scales. The A07 is equipped with tritium illumination.
All scales.PABILITY NATION SYSTEMS A 06 TELESCOPE Magnification Field of view Exit pupil Eyepiece axis Telescope vertically tiltable Telescope vertically rollable Reticle AIMING DEVICE Elevation setting range Coarse scale Fine scale Azimuth setting range Coarse scale Fine scale 2. . The red coloured LEDs come with two levels of brightness for regular or night vision operations.4 kg LED technology Tritium technology 3 V power supply 2 AA-alkaline batteries Tritium tubes intgrated in scales and bubbles 2-step brightness control (OFF–1–2) No brightness adjustment yes yes A07 Bubbles levels Dimensions (b x w x h) Weight ILLUMINATION DEVICE Power supply Controls Reticle illumination AUXILIARY EQUIPMENT Optical Boresighting Equipment Accurate aiming is crucial for correct fire solutions. Illumination Systems Modern mortar system must be capable of firing both day and night. Photonic can provide mortar sights and boresighting equipment for any type or calibre of mortar. bubbles and reticules can be illuminated either by battery powered LEDs or tritium illumination depending on customer preference.6 x 9° 4 mm 45° +/– 25° 90° Crosshair 700 mil to 1600 mils 100 mil 1 mil N x 6400 mils 100 mil 1 mil Azimuth gear can be disengaged for fast setting Both azimuths scales are adjustable and clampable 5’ +/– 2 122 x 142 x 196 1. The illumination provided on these sighting instruments provides sufficient illumination where it is required and minimises exposure to enemy detection. Instruments used for calibration of mortar sights in the field must be robustly constructed to withstand handling stresses to ensure their precision and reliability.
SYSTEM OVERVIEW MORTAR SIGHTING UNITS A07 Mortar Sighting unit with tritium illumination A06 Mortar Sighting unit without illumination LED Illumination unit 630-20-XXX 630-20-001B 630-30-200 MORTAR BORESIGHTING SYSTEMS for 81/120 mm Mortar boresighting package 81 mm Mortar boresighting package 120 mm 497-0253 497-0251 Rolling tape measure Cross shaft Clamp shaft 497-901 555-408 577-30-001 Boresight table 81 mm Boresight table 120 mm 497-425 497-416 Stowage container Stowage container 81 mm 120 mm 578-80-001 578-80-002 User Manual 81/120 mm 497-18-001 AIMING POST LIGHTS Tritium illumination green Tritium illumination orange LED illumination green LED illumination orange 471-026 471-026 PHOTONIC Optische Geräte GmbH & Co KG Austria.486 56 91-0 +43 -1. Seeböckgasse 59 +43 -1. A -1160 Vienna.486 56 firstname.lastname@example.org sales.at .
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