PLACEMENT OF LENS ON CAMERA
CABLE CONNECTION OF LENS CONNECTOR
The following configuration is common for mono- and varifocal lenses. If a bad connection occurs, both the lens and
camera may malfunction. Follow this figure very carefully.
PLACEMENT OF LENS ON CAMERA
To attach the lens to the lens mount, turn the lens clockwise on the lens mount until it reaches the end of the
threads. You can now turn the lens and lens mount
assembly on the camera counter-clockwise and clockwise
to easily adjust the back-focus and the lens-fixing position.
To take the lens off the camera, turn counter-clockwise.
The lens is a precision product. In case of breakdown,
please get in touch with your dealer or place of purchase.
We guarantee this product through one year after date of
purchase.
NOTE: We are not responsible for malfunctions due to
customer modification or mishandling of product.
NOTE: Specifications subject to change without notice.
FORM 1662, REV. 03/97
CCTV LENS
MONO-FOCAL,
2/3- & 1-INCH FORMAT,
AUTO-IRIS LENSES
(VIDEO-TYPE)
CE
INSTALLATION
INSTRUCTIONS
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Ultrak Western Regional Office:
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C-MOUNT AUTO-IRIS VIDEO-TYPE LENSES
Please read this instruction manual carefully before using your
Ultrak lens. This manual is common for all video-type, auto-iris
lenses made for 2/3” and 1” image formats, and it covers the
following lenses:
Model #
KL1613VC
KL2513VC
KL5018VC
Format
2/3"
1"
1"
Focal Length, Iris Range
16mm, F1.3-360
25mm, F1.3-360
50mm, F1.8-360
Lens Type
Mono-focal, Auto -iris, Video -type
Mono-focal, Auto -iris, Video -type
Mono-focal, Auto -iris, Video -type
Mount
C
C
C
WARNING: These 2/3" and 1" format lenses are designed
for C-mount cameras. If using a CS-mount camera, a C/CS
mount adapter is required.
VIDEO-TYPE, AUTO-IRIS MECHANISM
Metering Method
Input Voltage & Current
Input Signal
Iris Accuracy
Sensitivity Adjustment
Input Impedance
Iris Response Time
Application Temperature Range
Peak-average Adjustable Method
8V dc - 16V dc, ≤ 30mA
Video Signal (VS or V)
± 20% at Video Signal Level
Video Signal Level 0.5 - 1/0Vp-p, Continuously Adjustable
High Impedance
Approximately 1.5 Seconds in Overall Range
-20°F - +50°F (-4°C - +122°C)
NOTE: The ALC has been adjusted by the manufacturer and
may not need to be adjusted for general use.
ALC Mode
For Average Photometry
ALC Adjustment
P
A
Turn screw head towards “A” position
A
Turn screw head towards “P” position
ALC
For Peak Photometry
P
ALC
LEVEL ADJUSTMENT
Sensitivity adjustment is made by the variable register marked
“LEVEL” on the lens body. By turning the screw clockwise
toward the “H”, the picture becomes brighter. The object’s
outlet image-signal changes according to its characteristics or
surroundings and can be readjusted by turning the LEVEL
screw.
NOTE: The Iris Control LEVEL has been adjusted by the
manufacturer and may not need to be adjusted for general
use.
NOTE: Adjustments must be done with the AGC switch “OFF”
for cameras with an AGC circuit.
ALC ADJUSTMENT
Picture Brightness
Adjust photometry using the ALC variable register on the lens
body. Turn the screw toward the “P” for peak photometry
(according to lighting) or the “A” for average photometry.
For a brighter picture:
LEVEL Adjustment
L
H
Turn screw head towards “H” position
H
Turn screw head towards “L” position
LEVEL
For a darker picture:
L
LEVEL
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