|Height:||25.5 cm / 10 “|
|Length:||35.5 cm / 14 “|
|Width:||35 cm / 13.5 “|
|Weight:||17.9 kg / 39.5 lbs *including wedge adaptor & pan bar|
|Capacity Range:||75 kg / 165.3 lbs|
|Tilt Range @ 75 kg / 165.3 lbs:||±52˚|
|Pan Resolution:||1.8 million counts per 360°|
|Tilt Resolution:||1.6 million counts per 360°|
|Encoder Power Requirements:||5 volts dc ± 10%|
|Platform Adjustment:||+5.5 to -12.5 cm / +2.2 to -4.9 “|
|Pan Bar:||Single telescopic|
|Camera Fixing:||EFP Quickfit Automatic Adaptor [3460-3]|
|Counterbalance:||Fully variable with digital readout|
|Base fixing:||4 bolt flat with Quickfix groove|
|Power In:||110-250v AC or 9-28v DC, power consumption 80 w|
|Power Out:||12v DC @ 1A / 24v DC @1A|
Genlock ( 1 in, 2 out)
Lens encoders (Quadrature)
|Tracking Data Output:||RS422, Radamec D1 packet|
Vinten Inclinometer for perfect placement of OB graphics [V4083-0003]
PDA based GUI (for set-up and control) [V4014-0002]
Philip Dalgoutte is Vinten’s Product Manager.
Philip joined the Vitec Group in 2005 as a Design Engineer. During his time with the company he has played a pivotal role in the launch of a multitude of new products including Vinten’s range of encoded pan and tilt heads. Before his current role he managed the Vinten Radamec range, overseeing the design, development and production of some of the company’s most innovative robotic camera support systems.
Philip has a unique insight into the Vinten product range and is happy to help with any more product specific questions or comments that you may have. Simply fill in your details below and your message will be sent directly to Philip, who will respond personally as soon as possible.