computar 5.8-121mm 1/3" CS-Mount Motorized Zoom Lens with Spot Filter

BH #COT21Z5816PD • MFR #T21Z5816PDC
computar 5.8-121mm 1/3" CS-Mount Motorized Zoom Lens with Spot Filter
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computar 5.8-121mm 1/3" CS-Mount Motorized Zoom Lens with Spot Filter

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computar T21Z5816PDC Overview

The computar 5.8-121mm 1/3" CS-Mount Motorized Zoom Lens is a 21x motorized zoom lens designed for CS-mount cameras with 1/3" format sensors. It is suitable for environments requiring long-distance surveillance like parking lots and highways. It features auto iris to support DC-controlled cameras. It also has presets for focus and zoom. In addition, this lens features a built-in spot filter (a neutral density filter) that attenuates the amount of light transmission from bright objects.

computar T21Z5816PDC Specs

Imager Size1/3"
Mount TypeCS
Focal Length5.8-121.8mm
Focal Range4.9' (1.5 m) to infinity
Aperturef/1.6 to 560C
Effective ApertureFront: φ53.2 mm
Rear: φ10.6 mm
Image FormatMaximum 4.8 x 3.6 mm (φ6 mm)
Iris OperationDC auto iris
Focus OperationMotorized, preset
Zoom OperationMotorized, preset (21x)
Angle of View1/3" Type:
55.5-2.9°
44.8-2.3°
33.8-1.8°

1/4" Type:
42-2.2°
33.8-1.8°
25.3-1.3°
Back Focal Length13.6mm
Flange Back Length12.5mm
Object Dimensions at M.O.D.48.7 x 35.9" (123.7 x 91.1 cm) at 0.2" (5.8mm)
2.4 x 1.9" (6 x 4.7 cm) at 4.8" (121.8mm)
Filter SizeM62 P=0.75 mm
Tripod Screw Thread1/4-20UNC
Supply VoltageFocus & Zoom: 8 VDC
CurrentFocus: 40 mA or less
Zoom: 35 mA or less
Response TimeFocus: Approximately 4.5 sec
Zoom: Approximately 3.5 sec
Preset PotentiometerFocus & Zoom: 5 kOhms VR
CoilDrive: 190 Ohms
Control: 1000 Ohms
Operating Temperature14 to 122°F (-10 to 50°C)
Dimensions2.8 x 3.2 x 5" (70 x 81 x 126.5 mm)
Weight24.3 oz (690 g)
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