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Clear Vision Scope - Setup Guide

Battery Information:

This unit requires 18650 batteries. Due to shipping restrictions, batteries are not included with the order as stated on the product page. Make sure they are "button top" style as displayed below. The size battery we recommend is roughly 2.65 inches (67.48 mm). You can purchase these batteries here: 

https://www.18650batterystore.com/Button-top-p/panasonic-ncr18650b-button-top.htm

 

How To Insert Batteries: 

Display size

4.3 inch or 5.0 inch

Resolution

800*480

Scanning frequency

60Hz

Minimum illumination

0.0001 LUX/F1.2

Signal to noise ratio

>46dB

Operating temperature

-20℃-50℃

Adapter battery

18650 Lithium battery

Infrared light

850mm

Infrared lamp power

3W

Maximum clamping range

100mm

 

*Please note the IR Light in this video is an older model and we have recently upgraded.

User Guide:

  • Secure the display and IR light on the optical sight with the pipe clamp.
  • Loosen the plastic screws (5), and centrally fix the connecting tube in the rear of the eyepiece of the optical sight.
  • Turn on the machine and rotate the lens of the machine (inside the tube) to adjust the focus, and adjust the cross line of optical sight to be clear. 
  • Adjust the position of the connecting tube, and tighten the screws till the cross line in the center of the display and the commissioning of the machine is complete till now.
  • In the future application, if the image is blurred caused by the different distance of the objects, the image clarity shall be adjusted by side focus roller (and the parallax adjustment roller) attached with the optical sight. Do not move the machine lens, otherwise the cross line will be blurry.

 

    Note: This is not a Flashlight.

    Infrared illuminators are not light beams. It is an invisible infrared ray. The best test method is to use it with night vision when the infrared illuminator is off/on to see the range of night vision equipment.

     

    Here's another helpful setup/review from YouTube.