User manual for computar H16Z7516AMSR 1/2" Video Auto-Iris H16Z7516AMSR
- Manufacturer: computar
- Basic description and contents of package
- Product classification: Surveillance - Surveillance Video - Lenses - Lenses
- Safety instructions
- Startup and operation of the lenses
- Tips for setting up your computar
- Settings and expert assistance
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- Warranty information
- Price: 866 USD
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User manual for the computar H16Z7516AMSR 1/2" Video Auto-Iris H16Z7516AMSR
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The computar H16Z7516AMSR 1/2" Video Auto-Iris Lens (7.5 to 120mm) provides remote control of focal length, iris, and focus through the use of a lens controller, for use where variable focal length and remote control are required. They are ideal for applications requiring long distance surveillance in parking lots, highways, etc.
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Additional parameters of the computar H16Z7516AMSR 1/2" Video Auto-Iris H16Z7516AMSR:
| Focal Length || 7.5 to 120 mm |
| Aperture Ratio || 1:1.6 (maximum) |
| Image Format || 6.4 x 4.8 mm (Ø8 mm) |
| Operation Range || Iris: F1.6 to 560C |
Focus: 4.92' to infinity (1.5 m to infinity)
Zoom: 0.29 to 4.72" (7.5 to 120 mm)
| Control || Iris: Video auto-iris / override manual |
Focus / Zoom: Motorized
| Angle of View || 57.2 to 3.9° (D), 46.6 to 3.2° (H), 35.3 to 2.4° (V) |
| Supply Voltage || Iris: 8.5 to 16 VDC |
Focus / Zoom: 8 VDC
| Current || Iris: 50 mA or less |
Focus: 45 mA or less
Zoom: 35 mA or less
| Response Time || Iris: 2 sec approximately |
Focus / Zoom: 3.5 sec approximately
| Light Weighting Method || Adjustable between average and peak (to be set at Average at factory) |
| Remote Control || Level remote (option) / override manual |
| Input Signal || Video signal (V. or V.S.) |
| Iris || ±15% accurate at video signal level |
| Sensitivity Adjustment || 0.5 to 1.0 Vpp (video signal) |
| Input Impedance || High impedance |
| Operating Temperature || 14 to 122°F (-10 to 50°C) |
| Effective Lens Aperture || Front: Ø66.4 mm |
Rear: Ø13.5 mm
| Back Focal Length || 14 mm |
| Flange Back Length || 17.53 mm |
| Mount || C-mount |
| Filter Size || M72 P = 0.75 mm |
| Screw || Tripod: 1/4-20UNC |
| Certifications || CE, RoHS |
| Object Dimensions at M.O.D. || At 7.5 mm: 50.86 x 37.59" (1292 x 955 mm) |
At 120 mm: 3.30 x 2.48" (84 x 63 mm)
| Dimensions (W x H x D) || 3.22 x 3.83 x 5.86" (82 x 97.4 x 149 mm) |
| Weight || 36.68 oz (1040 g) |
| Package Weight || 2.3 lb |
| Box Dimensions (LxWxH) || 5.87 x 3.83 x 3.23" |
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