|Iris:||8-16Vdc @ 30mA, 0.4V to 1.0V (Peak to Peak)|
|Zoom/Focus:||6-12Vdc @ 60mA (Optional 3 and 6 Volt gear motors on some lenses)|
|AI PCB:||3.0Vdc @ 21mA|
|Position:||Potentiometers at Zoom & Focus|
|Iris Control:||Auto or (Optional) Manual|
|Control:||Analog (standard) or RS-232/422 (Optional via DIS-III Control PCB & GUI)|
|DIS-III:||Zoom Lens digital control system including PCB and GUI, enhanced with Ethernet, VISCA, and PELCO capability.|
|BCD:||Boresight retention adjustment mechanism, improves the inherent boresight retention of all Graflex zoom lenses.|
|ZHS-II:||Complete turn-key instrument heating kit. May be applied to any instrument, device, sensor, lens and includes up to three miniature heating pads, a thermostat, and a control PCB. Thermostat may be pre-set at factory or via the Thermostat Calibration PCB (includes GUI).|
The Graflex family of zoom lenses are built to withstand, at a minimum, the environmental specifications found below. Several of our zoom lenses will withstand more severe environmental applications, contact the factory for full details.
Operating Temperature: The zoom lens will operate after having been exposed and thermally stabilized to any temperature within the range of -30° C and +70°C.
Storage/Transit Temperature: The zoom lens will not be damaged after having been exposed and thermally stabilized to any temperature within the range of -40° C and +75°C.
Shock: The zoom lens will not be damaged while subjected to three shocks of 10 g for 11msec saw tooth on each axis, in both directions (18 pulses total)
Vibration: The zoom lens will operate and not suffer damage when subjected to axial vibration (not angular) of 0.1gRMS within the frequency range of 10 – 150 Hz.
Altitude: The zoom lens shall be fully operational within the altitudes of -1200 feet below sea level to 40000 feet above sea level.