Key:technical_type

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Description
A bunker with a specific type of technical use.
Group: Military
Used on these elements
may be used on nodesshould not be used on waysmay be used on areasshould not be used on relations
Requires
Wikidata
Status: in use

A technical_type=* tag specifies what type of technical use the bunker was built for. It can be a value from the table below, or some other appropriate value.

Core values

Key Value Element Comment Rendering Photo
technical_type communication Node Area A bunker primarily used as a communication central. A place that can connect multiple landlines and long range wireless transmissions. Even carrier pidgeons.
Combat communications DVIDS172890.jpg
technical_type power_generator Node Area A bunker primarily used to operate a power generator. A device that generates electrical power.
Endress ESE 1307 Silent.jpg
technical_type radar Node Area A bunker primarily used to operate a radar. A device that use microwaves that reflects on a targets surface to establish its location.
MIM-23 HAWK PAR radar 2.jpg
technical_type rangefinder Node Area A bunker primarily used to operate a rangefinder. A device used to establish the distance and direction to a target.
American soldiers use a coincidence rangefinder.jpg
technical_type searchlight Node Area A bunker primarily used to operate a searchlight.
Fort Nepean Searchlight 1933.jpg
technical_type sound_locator Node Area A bunker primarily used to operate an acoustic locator, more commonly known as a sound locator. A device used to detect and locate aircrafts at a distance, before the radar became available.
Acousticlocatorusarmy1935.jpg