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Computar TG0412FCS 1/3-inch 4.0mm f1.2 TG0412FCS by Computar

Computar TG0412FCS 1/3-inch 4.0mm f1.2

Computar TG0412FCS 1/3-inch 4.0mm f1.2

  • Computar TG0412FCS 1/3-inch 4.0mm f1.2 Computar TG0412FCS 1/3-inch 4.0mm f1.2

SKU: TG0412FCS

Model #: TG0412FCS

Availability: Usually ships the next business day

$73.95

Availability: In stock

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Quick Overview



    • For 1/3 inch format cameras

    • Video Auto Iris

    • CS-mount lens

    • Focal Length 4.0mm

    • Iris Range F1.2

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Product Details

Computer mono-focal auto iris lenses are available with either a DC or Video type iris output. They are recommended for use outdoors or in areas with changing light conditions. DC type (FCS and FCS-L series) lenses come prewired with a 4 pin connector which is compatible with most current CCTV cameras. They are available with either a short (9cm) cable or a long (31cm) cable. Cameras with a side connector will usually accept a short cable while those with a connector on the back panel need a long cable.

Features

  • For 1/3-inch format cameras
  • Video Auto Iris
  • CS-mount lens
  • Focal Length: 4.0mm
  • Iris Range: F1.2
  • Max. Aperture Ratio: 1:1.2

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  TG0412FCS-Specsheet

Product Specifications

SKU  TG0412FCS
Manufacturer  Computar
Lens Size   4 mm
Mount Type  CS Mount
Iris Type   Auto Iris
Desired Aperture   F/1.2
Focus Control  Manual
CCD Size   1/3"

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