1/144 FuSE-65 WÜRZBURG-RIESE - Brengun
The Würzburg giant is a radar device from Telefunken and was used to locate enemy aircraft during the air war in World War II . It was an enlarged version of the FuMG 62 Würzburg it used frequencies around 560 MHz ( decimeter waves ). The precise control of the 11-ton rotating part consisting of a parabolic mirror and an operator's cabin, it used Leonard set developed by AEG .
The stationary “giants” (camouflage names: radio transceiver FuSE 65 or radio measuring device - FuMG 65), introduced in mid-1941, were used to guide the night fighters of the luftwaffe and were installed for fire control on the guide towers of the large flax towers .
The mobile Würzburg giants FuSE 65 E were mounted on railway carriages, while the fixed version for the Navy was the radio measurement locator FuMO 214, which was used to fire-control their coastal artillery (e.g. the Fjell fortress ).
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Catalog number: BRS144049
PE and resin construction kit of german radar
Available: February 2020
Price: 30.64 EUR
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