|Basic parameters||PG-1M M64|
|Magnification||3,7x ± 0,2x|
|Field of view||10°|
|Diameter of output pupil||4 mm|
|Distance of output pupil||20 mm|
|Ocular setup||min. -0,5D up to -1,5D|
|The temperature range for operation||-35°C ± 3°C up to +50°C ± 3°C|
Especially for self propeller howitzer DANA is designed panoramic telescope PG-1M M64 for connection with ZZ-73 M64.
The panoramic telescope PG-1M M64 is an optical instrument which serves for sighting for azimuth. As an periscopes instrument it enables a circular(panaromic) observation. As at such an observation the eyepiece of the panaromic telescope remains fixed, the gunner in relation to the weapon takes a strictly specified place at any position of aiming point.
Modification results in a more precise distribution of horizontal and vertical scale from the original 60-00 dc to 64-00 (NATO and USA standard). The original reticle in PG-1M M64 is replaced by new one with a modified horizontal and vertical axis.
|Field of view of the collimator||10°|
|Diameter of output pupil||48 mm|
|Number of vertical lines on the reticle||76|
|Distance between each vertical line of the test|
|on the reticle
operating distance from the device PG-1M M64
min. 0,3 m
The collimator K-1 is used for horizontal guidance (targeting) of guns, mortar, howitzer, etc. on the target in indirect fire in poor visibility. The collimator K-1 is part of the set for panoramic telescope PG1-M M64.