elevation scale

elevation scale

[‚el·ə′vā·shən ‚skāl]
(ordnance)
Scale on a gun carriage that shows the quadrant elevation of the gun.
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Surveying tasks including - Completion of survey documents, : - Production of topographic map at 1:500 (out of town) : - Realization of the topographic map 1:200 (urban) : - Carrying out further plans 1/500th and 1/200th, : - Achieving cuts in elevation scale 1/100th, : - Reproduction costs of topographical plans to a scale of 1:500, : - Reproduction costs of topographical plans to scale 1:200, : - Application of the plot, : - Interpretation of the right of reproduction and related plans : - Built drawings, : - Control platform : - Clearing, : - Impressions.
What's interesting is the Parker Hale elevation scale is also graduated in 100-meter units for the trajectory of the 7.
The lighting kit uses a series of LEDs with green lights that provide enough illumination to read the azimuth and elevation scale and level vial, but not enough light for the enemy to see.