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OPERATING MANUAL
ASTROSCOPE
NIGHT VISION
Export limitations: Because the AstroScope 9350 modules utilize
state-of-the-art image intensifier technology, it is unlawful to carry
these devices out of the country or to export them without an
approved U.S. State Department export license.
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Seite 1 - NIGHT VISION

OPERATING MANUAL ASTROSCOPE NIGHT VISION Export limitations: Because the AstroScope 9350 modules utilize state-of-the-a

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1-6photocathode. This dim light consists of energy in both the visible and near-infrared portions of the electromagnetic spectrum. 2. When the lig

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1-71.5 Evolution of Image Intensifiers The image intensifier tube has evolved substantially over the past few decades. This evolution is described

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1-8a result, surveillance operatives that have been trained with daylight imaging equipment may insert an optimally-configured night vision module in

Seite 5 - ASTROSCOPE NIGHT

2-1 2 ASTROSCOPE CONFIGURATION, SET-UP, AND OPERATION

Seite 7 - 1.3 Reference Guide

2.1 Removable-Lens Camera and Camcorder Operation This section describes the configuration set-up and operation of AstroScope

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2.1.1 Required Components The Nikon, EOS, and XL adapters pairs are pictured below. Handle each part carefully. If any of the optics becomes dirty

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2.1.1.3 Canon XL Components 9350XL BBA for Canon XL Camcorders 9350XL FLA for Canon XL Camcorders 2.1.2 Assembly The Front Len

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The Back Body Adapter (BBA) has a silver alignment pin on the inside. Align this pin with the hole in the CIU and thread the BBA to the FLA. Silver A

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2-77. Review – Set to “Off”. 8. File numbering – Set to “Continuous”. 9. Video system – Set to “NTSC”. 10. Custom Function (C.Fn) – a. Press th

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WARNING: TO REDUCE RISK OF FIRE, ELECTRIC SHOCK OR DAMAGE, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS PRODUCT TO CONTINUOUS RAIN OR MOISTURE. TO RE

Seite 13 - AND OPERATION

8. Gain: The XL-1 has a maximum gain of +12db and the XL-1S has a maximum of +30db. As you increase the gain, the image quality decreases. Try and

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2-96. Using the camera’s metering system, adjust the shutter speed to attain a correct exposure. Note: All EOS and only Nikon Auto-S brand lenses

Seite 16 - 2.1.1.1 Nikon Components

2.2 Non-Removable-Lens Camcorder Operation This section describes the configuration set-up and operation of AstroScope Night Vis

Seite 17 - 2.1.1.3 Canon XL Components

2.2.1 Required Components Below is a list of items included when you purchase a non-removable lens night vision camcorder. Handle each part carefull

Seite 18 - 2.1.3 Notes on Optimal Use

2.2.2 Assembly 1. Loosen the battery door release to open the door. Insert two AAA batteries into the EPA oriented as shown on the internal diagram

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4. Thread the 9350 Camcorder Coupler to the back of the 9350EPA. Loosely thread the 9350EPA to the Bracket using the threaded screw on the platform

Seite 20 - 2.1.3.4 Use on Film Cameras

2-15lens ring until the object is in crisp, sharp focus. Only focus with the objective lens for crisp and sharp images. NOTE: It is always best to

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2.3 C-Mount Camera Operation This section describes the configuration set-up and operation of the AstroScope Night Vision C-Mou

Seite 23 - Operation

iiiTABLE OF CONTENT 1 INTRODUCTION TO ASTROSCOPE NIGHT VISION...1-1 1.1 Purpose of This Manual...

Seite 24 - 2.2.1 Required Components

2.3.1 Required Components The adapter pair for C-Mount Cameras is pictured below. Handle each part carefully. If any of the optics becomes dirty,

Seite 25 - 2.2.2 Assembly

2. There is a silver alignment pin on the inside of the BBA-C. Align this pin with the hole in the CIU and thread the BBA-C to the FLA-C. Silver

Seite 26 - 2.2.3 Notes on Optimal Use

8. If desired, attach the plug protective cap to prevent inadvertent removal of the power plug from the unit. 2-20Focus Wheel Push to remove9. If

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2.4 Pocket Scope Operation This section describes the configuration set-up and operation the AstroScope Night Vision Pocket Sc

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2.4.1 Required Components Below is a list of items included with the unit. Handle each part carefully. If any of the optics becomes dirty, refer t

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2.4.2 Assembly 1. Loosen the battery door release to open the door. Insert two AAA batteries into the EPA, oriented as shown on the internal diagra

Seite 30 - 2.3.2 Assembly

4. Thread the Eyepiece to the back of the 9350EPA about half way. 5. Thread the Objective Lens to the FLA-C. 6. Power the unit

Seite 33 - 2.4 Pocket Scope Operation

3-1 3 ASTROSCOPE ACCESSORIES SET-UP AND OPERATION

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3.1 200 mm Low-Light Telephoto Lens 3-3

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3.1.1 Required Components Below is a list of items included with the unit. Handle each part carefully. If any of the optics become dirty, refer to

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9350BBA EOS-N - * Supplied only when the EOS model is ordered. 3.1.2 Assembly 1. The 200mm Catadioptric Lens is shipped with the lens hood i

Seite 39 - SET-UP AND OPERATION

3. Reverse the hood and align the pins with the slots in the lens. Twist clockwise to lock in place. 3.1.2.1 Using the Tripod Mount Note: T

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2. Install the Tripod Mount onto the back of the lens so that it touches the flange. Secure by tightening the knob screw. 3.

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3.1.2.2 Installing the CIU 1. There is an alignment pin on the inside of the back end of the 200mm lens. Align groove in the side of the CIU with

Seite 42 - 3.1.1 Required Components

3-94. Focus the objective lens as needed to optimize the image sharpness. 3.1.3.2 Canon EOS The AstroScope 200mm Catadioptric lens has no aperture

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4-14 TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE Symptom Suggested Remedy Vignetted Images Using 35mm Nikon or Canon film cameras it is normal for some vignetting to occu

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1-11 INTRODUCTION TO ASTROSCOPE NIGHT VISION 1.1 Purpose of This Manual This manual provides basic information and instructions for operating the

Seite 46 - 3.1.3.1 Nikon

4-2 No Information in the Viewfinder Nikon cameras operated in the manual mode only, will provide accurate exposure information. Canon EOS camera op

Seite 47 - 3.1.3.6 9350 Pocket Scope

5-15 MAINTENANCE 5.1 Key Operational Parameters 5.1.1 Power: <300mw (<50mA typical) 5.1.2 Environmental Operating Temperature: -20° to

Seite 49 - 4 TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE

6-16 WARRANTY 1. Electrophysics warrants that these products to be free from defects in material and workmanship. Any warranty described herein sha

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6-24. The following information must be included on the packing slip: A. Reason for return B. Date and place of purchase C. Installation date D.

Seite 51 - 5 MAINTENANCE

7-17 CONTACT SHEET FOR REPAIRS AND SERVICE Electrophysics Corporation 373 Route 46 West Fairfield, New Jersey 07004 USA Toll Free Telephone: (800

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1-2 4) Intensifier Protection – In order to assure long-life and high sensitivity performance, do not use during daytime or bright ambient conditi

Seite 53 - 6 WARRANTY

1.3 Reference Guide 200mm Lens – see pg 3-1 Canon EOS Pair – see pg 2-3200mm Lens – see pg 3-1 200mm Lens – see pg 3-1 Canon XL Pair – se

Seite 54 - FOR “OUT OF WARRANTY”

Bracket Series – see pg 2-11200mm Lens – see pg 3-1 1-4 200mm Lens – see pg 3-1 BBA-C Adapter – see pg 2-17Pocket Scope – see pg 2-21200mm Lens –

Seite 55 - REPAIRS AND SERVICE

1.4 How Image Intensifiers Work Image intensifiers are predominant in night vision applications due to their ability to amplify low-light scenes at

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