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Hi all.
Please help in identifying the object below the pictures.
Other photos do not possess.
Thank you very much for your help.
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Jarek


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09 Sep 2015 16:50
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Azimuth receiver (gun side) of German Epa-Seipa Anlage C/39.

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13 Sep 2015 22:19
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Thank you for your answer.
The device could work with guns, marine or coastal artillery caliber 15cm SK C/28, or larger?
At one pointers is a big adjustment 70 km?
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14 Sep 2015 15:37
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The picture is not good enough to determine if this is a 50V unit ( for guns with range 35000 meters or less) or if it is a 110V unit for superheavy coastal batteries.

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14 Sep 2015 17:07
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.....some give you better pictures.
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Jarek
PS
Interestingly, on a single disc is 380 hm, and the other 700 hm.


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14 Sep 2015 19:57
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The Seipa receiver (Empfänger) is a 50V type, typically for 15 cm SKC/28 batteries.
In Norway we used this equipment as part of a "Fire Control system B" until the late 1970-ies. After that we used the instrument as a stand alone gun azimuth instrument until the end of the German gun era late 1990-ies.
Do You have any idea as to which battery this belonged to?

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14 Sep 2015 20:19
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Thank you very much for your help, something I already know.
Do you have any pictures of this device? I would be very grateful.
I do not know what battery comes with the device. My friend bought it somewhere at a fair in Oslo. Now it is my.
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Jarek


14 Sep 2015 20:32
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A picture of the gun equipment at Oscarsborg Fortress Museum


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14 Sep 2015 20:55
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Thank you very much for your help. Photo of a beautiful, I want a complete system:)
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Jarek


14 Sep 2015 21:18
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