American Dynamics SpeedDome Ultra 8 Installation guide

ADSDUHOC, ADSDUHOS, ADSDUHOVRC, ADSDUHOVRS
SpeedDome® Ultra Outdoor Housing Installation Guide
= Step Prevents
Water Intrusion.
Before performing these steps, read additional
information attached for important details and
warnings!
At end of pipe.
Sleeve
Seal
Ensure black foam plug is around
cable and press-fit into pipe.
2
IMPORTANT! This housing meets IP66/Nema 4 ratings
provided it is used with a properly installed ROENDC End
Cap Assembly and one of the following mounts: RHOTR
Over-the-Roof Mount, RHOSW Short Wall Mount, or
RHOLW Long Wall Mount.
3
Attach cable
connectors.
Make connections,
insert cables into end
cap assembly, and
attach cover.
A
Ensure seal and sleeve are
properly set.
Green 3-Pin Connector (Power)
See A, B, C.
Pin 1 - Black (24Vac)
Pin 2 - Red (Common)
Pin 3 - White (24Vac)
B
C
Green 2-Pin Connector (Twisted Pair Video)
Pin 1 - + (video high)
Pin 2 - – (video ground)
Line up.
Push to line and
maintain
compression.
Tighten.
Black Connector (Data) Gray 5-Pin Connector
Manchester
(Relay)
Pin 1-4 - Not used
Pin 5 - White/Orange (Manchester W)
1
Pin 6 - White/Yellow (Manchester B)
RS-422
Thread cables through end
cap assembly and attach
housing to mounting
structure.
Pin 1 – Orange (Rx +)
Pin 2 – Green (Rx –)
Pin 3 – Yellow (Tx +)
Pin 4 – Brown (Tx –)
Pins 5-6 - Not used
SensorNet
B
Keep cables from
twisting while turning
housing.
A
Pin 1-4 - Not used
Pin 5 - White/Orange (SensorNet Hi)
Pin 6 - White/Yellow (SensorNet Lo)
Pin 1 - Blue (NC)*
Pin 2 - Purple (Common)*
Pin 3 - Gray (NO)*
Pin 4 - White/Red (Alarm Return)
Pin 5 - White/Black (Alarm 1)
* Relay contact not to exceed 1A @
30Vdc or 0.3A @ 125Vac.
Blue 4-Pin Connector
(Alarm)
Check o-ring is
properly set.
Pin 1 - White/Blue (Alarm 2)
Pin 2 - White/Brown (Alarm 3)
Pin 3 - White/Purple (Alarm 4)
Pin 4 - White/Red (Alarm Return)
-
Turn until no threads
are exposed.
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4
x100
Set the dome
address.
SW3
x10
SW2
x1
SW1
6
The address range is from 001
to 255, except for Manchester,
which is 01 to 64.
Set switches. Example: For
address 107, set SW3 to 1,
SW2 to 0, and SW1 to 7.
5
Remove and
discard both
eyeball covers.
7
IMPORTANT! Both the outdoor housing and dome
camera are shipped “terminated” for when they are
installed at the end of a data cable. Should the cable
continue to another dome, “unterminate” the housing.
See information attached.
A
Attach bubble
assembly.
A
Place the desiccant bag in the pocket
located inside the housing and adjacent
to the blower/heater assembly.
Attach lanyard to stud
on flange of housing.
Secure with thumbnut.
IMPORTANT! If the
bubble is attached to
the dome for up to 30
minutes or more and
then detached, the bag
must be replaced
before the bubble is
attached again. An
extra bag is supplied. If
more are needed,
order kit 0352-0207-02.
A
B
B
Connect dome camera by aligning
protrusion on dome with florescent
marks on the mounting base.
C
B
Attach bubble to housing.
Vandal-resistant version has
additional shield installed.
Turn clockwise to
lock.
Once the bubble is attached to the housing,
surface A must meet surface B on all sides.
Ensure lanyard is not caught between flange and
trim ring gasket, or trim ring and sunshield.
Check for
bent flange.
Discard
housing if
found.
To avoid motor damage,
turn eyeball slowly to
expose second cover!
C
IMPORTANT! Power the dome (heater fans turn on)
and check it performs its homing routine. During this
routine, the camera lens moves up into the dome
housing, down to the floor, pans slowly, and moves
up to its home position. The controller can then be
used to call up and control the dome.
If OK, continue. If not, see “Troubleshooting” in
information attached.
Sunshield
Check for
cracks in
bubble.
Discard
bubble if
found.
Ensure all four
tamperproof
screws are tight.
IMPORTANT! If installing a SpeedDome Ultra 8
dome in a legacy outdoor housing, go to the Dome
Information screen and select I/O Configuration.
Then select “Outdoor”. This setting will ensure
proper operation of the heater/blower.
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To the Installer
SpeedDome® Ultra
Outdoor Housing
This guide assumes that the outdoor mounting
structure to which the housing is attached is in
place and that data and power cables have been
pulled to the installation site. To install the outdoor
mounting structure, see documents shipped with
the structure.
Installation Guide–Continuation
About the Product
The outdoor housing has a sunshield cover and
bubble that protect the SpeedDome Ultra dome
camera. Tamperproof screws affix the bubble to
the housing.
The housing is temperature controlled and
weatherproof. A built-in thermostat and heater
prevent ice from forming on the outside of the
bubble.
ADSDUHOC
ADSDUHOS
ADSDUHOVRC
ADSDUHOVRS
The non-vandal resistant version has four alarm
inputs and one SPDT relay. Surge protection is
provided on all external lines, including video.
Contents:
Parts Supplied
To the Installer....................................................... 3
About the Product.................................................. 3
Parts Supplied ....................................................... 3
Tools Required ...................................................... 3
Warnings and Cautions ......................................... 4
Preventing Condensation ...................................... 5
Parts List for Authorized Users ............................. 5
Connector Pin Assignments .................................. 6
Cable Requirements.............................................. 6
Housing Termination and Video Configuration ..... 7
Troubleshooting..................................................... 9
Specifications ...................................................... 11
Declarations ........................................................ 12
• Housing assembly 0101-0115-03
• Housing assembly, vandal-resistant
0101-0116-03
• Bubble assembly 0404-1402-01 (Clear) /
-02 (Smoked)
• Tamperproof drive 1400-0149-01
• Install kit 0352-0248-03
Purchase or Supply Separately
Male BNC connector
Tools Required
• 6.6mm (1/4in) fixed-handle nut driver for
Torx bit
• Wire cutters and strippers
• 2.5mm (0.1in) slotted screwdriver
© 2008 Sensormatic Electronics Corp.
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Cautions
Warnings and Cautions
Water leaks, even small ones, can
increase humidity inside the outdoor
housing. To help eliminate humidity,
follow all instructions explicitly and
also the following cautions:
Please review the following warnings and cautions
before you begin installation or service.
Warnings
!
WARNING! Always use proper lift and
safety equipment for the location and
type of installation. Use the safety
features of the lift equipment.
-
DO NOT use over seals such as
RTV and silicone caulks.
-
Ensure blower/heater assembly
fans spin when power is on.
!
WARNING! When connecting wires,
ensure electrical power is not connected
to the camera dome. The dome will
move when power is applied. Also,
ensure electrical power is not connected
to nearby fixtures you might touch during
installation.
Also see “Preventing Condensation”
on page 5.
• To protect the bubble assembly, leave it in its
box until you are ready to install it.
WARNING! The camera dome runs on
24Vac. DO NOT connect line voltage to
the dome.
• Network cable/device requirements (additional
requirements are listed on page 6):
!
• Do not run data/power cables adjacent to or in
the same conduit as line voltage mains power.
North America power requirements: In
North America, this device is intended to
be supplied from a Class 2 power
supply. For outdoor installations, use
Class 3 wiring techniques, liquid-tight
conduit, or liquid-tight pipe.
Network
SensorNet
This installation should be made by a
qualified service person and should
conform to all local codes.
!
WARNING! DO NOT install this housing
where combustible or explosive products
are stored or used.
!
WARNING! EU power requirements:
This product runs on 24Vac. In the EU, it
is intended to be powered from a Limited
Power Source. A limited power source is
a certified source of SELV, and if
inherently limited, with 8 amps maximum
output current, and a maximum of 100VA
available; or if not inherently limited,
fused with a maximum value of 3.3
Amps, meeting section 2.11 of IEC950,
and a maximum of 250VA available. The
power supply can be obtained through
American Dynamics or through another
source where the provider can furnish
the required certification. This is required
to assure electrical safety in the product.
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Cable
Thickness
Required
Maximum
Devices per
Cable Run
0.326mm
(22AWG)
2
32
2
10
2
3
RS-422
0.326mm
(22AWG)
Manchester
0.823mm
(18AWG)
• Remove both slot covers from the eyeball to
prevent overheating
• Keep cables within the housing away from the
heater assembly
• If required, set data cable termination inside the
housing (see “Unterminating the Outdoor
Housing” on page 7).
• If possible, mount the housing so the least
needed view (such as a wall, building corner, or
pole) is opposite the blower/heater assembly.
• Protect this equipment from direct lightning
strikes. See Lightning Protection Reference
Guide 8200-0627-01 available online at
www.americandynamics.net.
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O-ring (inside
cover)
Preventing Condensation
Damage, missing parts, or procedures
that most often allow water to enter
the housing are as follows (refer to
figures opposite):
Foam seal
(inside pipe)
Sleeve (outside),
Seal (inside end
cap assembly)
† Missing O-ring on cover, or missing sleeve or
seal on end cap assembly
† Missing Teflon tape around any housing pipe
threads
† RTV or similar sealant covering an air path
Exploded view
† Blower fans not turning
† Loose tamperproof screws in bubble assembly
† Bent flange on metal housing that
compromises the gasket seal between the
bubble and the housing
Additional shield (not
shown) used for vandalresistant version.
† Plugged drain holes in the bubble trim ring
† Cracked bubble
† Tamperproof screws that are missing or
improperly tightened compromise the gasket
seal between the bubble and the housing
1
† Ensure lanyard is not caught between: a)
flange and trim ring gasket, and b) trim ring
and sunshield
† In high humidity environments, the desiccant
bag may need to be replaced occasionally.
Bent flange
Parts List for Authorized
Users
The parts listed below and shown in the exploded
view can only be ordered by authorized users. To
become authorized, contact your sales
representative.
1. Housing Assy., 0404-0260-03
Blower fans
2. Blower/Heater Assy., 0304-2906-01
2
3. I/O Board Assy., 0312-2124-03
3
4. Bubble Assy. (Clear), 0400-1402-01
5. Bubble Assy. (Smoke), 0400-1402-02
6. Drive, Tamperproof, 1400-0149-01
4, 5
7. Screws, Tamperproof, 0500-8034-01 (x4)
Gasket seal
between
bubble and
metal housing
8. Desiccant Kit, 0352-0207-02
6
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Connector Pin Assignments
Cable Requirements
GREEN CONNECTOR (POWER)
Data Cable
Pin
Color
Description
1
2
3
Black
Red
White
24Vac
Common
24Vac
The table below shows requirements for SensorNet,
RS-422, and Manchester networks. For more
information about communication protocols and
cable networks, see Communication Protocols and
Cable Networks, 8000-2573-19.
BLACK CONNECTOR (DATA)
Data cable requirements
Manchester
Pin
Color*
Designation
1-4
5
6
—
White/Orange
White/Yellow
Not used.
Manchester (White)
Manchester (Black)
RS-422 / SensorNet
Pin
Color*
Designation
1
2
3
4
5
6
Orange
Green
Yellow
Brown
White/Orange
White/Yellow
RS-422 Data In High (+)
RS-422 Data In Low (–)
RS-422 Data Out High (+)
RS-422 Data Out Low (–)
SensorNet (unshielded)
SensorNet (unshielded)
*
SensorNet
RS-422
Manchester
Cable type
1
unshielded,
twisted
pair*
2
shielded,
twisted
pair*
1
shielded
twisted
pair**
Wire gauge
22 AWG
22 AWG
18 AWG
Connection
Nonpolarized
Polarized
Polarized
Max.
devices on
line
32
10
3
Pin
Color
Designation
Power, data, and video cables can be ordered
separately or within a composite cable that can be
ordered in various lengths. Plenum-rated cables must
be used in indoor ceilings used for environmental air
return (called "other air space" in the National Electrical
Code). Order parts through your distribution network.
1
2
—
—
+ (video high)
– (video ground)
Note: If you order cable from an outside source, wire
colors may be different.
*Color based on composite cable.
GREEN CONNECTOR (TWISTED PAIR VIDEO)
** Belden 88760 (plenum), or Belden 8760 cable (nonplenum) cable is recommended. Plenum-rated cables
must be used in indoor ceilings used for environmental
air return (called "other air space" in the National
Electrical Code). Order cable directly from Belden by
calling 1-800-235-3361.
GRAY CONNECTOR (RELAY ALARM OUTPUTS)
Pin
Color
Description
1
2
3
4
5
Blue
Purple
Gray
Wht/Red
Wht/Blk
Normally Closed*
Common*
Normally Open*
Alarm Return
Alarm input 1 (3.5mA sink)
Power Cable
The camera dome and housing are to be connected
to a Class 2 LPS, 24Vac, 80VA power source. Do
not exceed the maximum outdoor Class 2 ratings of
30Vac, 100VA.
*Relay contact not to exceed 1A @ 30Vdc or
0.3A @ 125Vac.
BLUE CONNECTOR (ALARM INPUT)*
Pin
Color
Designation
1
2
3
4
Wht/Blue
Wht/Brn
Wht/Purple
Wht/Red
Alarm input 2
Alarm input 3
Alarm input 4
Alarm Return
* 0101-0115-0X non-vandal resistant housing,
0101-0116-0X vandal-resistant housing.
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0.823mm2
(18AWG)
1.31mm2
(16AWG)
2.08mm2
(14AW)G
Low Line Voltage
102/204Vac
60m
(200ft)
100m
(320ft)
160m
(520ft)
Low Line Voltage
90/180Vac
30m
(100ft)
50m
(160ft)
80m
(260ft)
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On the circuit board:
Housing Termination and
Video Configuration
Video
UTP
Both the outdoor housing and dome
camera are shipped “terminated” for when
they are installed at the end of a data
cable. Should the cable continue to
another dome, “unterminate” the housing
using the following procedure.
Termination
Jumper
Video
Extension
Cable BNC
Video
Config.
Jumpers
E2, E3
(Default
= Pins 1
and 2)
IMPORTANT! Leave the dome camera set
to “terminated.”
Unterminating the Outdoor Housing
CAUTION: The environmental circuit
board inside the housing is static
sensitive! Touch the metal housing to
discharge it before touching the board.
1. As shown above, detach the circuit board from
the housing by:
2. Set the termination jumper E1 according to the
dome’s position in the communications line.
A. Pushing fingers molded into the base away
from the board while
Position of dome in
communications line…
B. Pulling on the dust cover protecting the
board’s spring finger connector.
Between other devices
End of communications line
Note: Keep the dust cover in place for the
next two steps.
Setting
Unterminated
Terminated
Pins
Off
1-2
Note: You may need a small slotted screwdriver
to gently pry the jumper loose. Be careful not to
damage the PC board.
3. Connect video and set jumpers:
• Coax: Connect to the I/O board BNC video
cable extension and leave video
configuration jumpers E2 and E3 across pins
1 and 2 (default position). These pins are
closest to the video extension cable.
• UTP: Connect to plug P5 and place video
configuration jumpers E2 and E3 across pins
2 and 3 (pins farthest to the video extension
cable).
TB5 Pin Designations
Pin
Designation
1
Video Hi
2
Video Lo
AB
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4. On the circuit board is a mark (shown below).
To reattach the board to the housing, match the
mark to an identical mark on the base and snap
the board in place.
5. Gently remove the dust cover.
Note: Keep the cover and use it to protect
contacts should the environmental PC board
need to be removed from the housing.
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3. Verify data is reaching the housing.
SENSORNET or RS-422: Press and hold switch
SW2 on the environmental PC board and
observe the yellow (comm.) LED. The LED
should blink (SensorNet) or glow steadily
(RS-422).
Troubleshooting
This section covers what to do when:
• Dome does not respond to commands
• Fans do not turn
• Picture is grainy or discolored
• Poor video
• Ice forms on bubble.
To verify RS-422 connections at connector P1,
press and hold data test switch SW1 on
environmental PC board. Check the nearby red
and green LEDs; they indicate the following:
CAUTION: Some steps in this section
involve tightening wire connections.
-
Use a 2.5mm (0.1in) slotted
screwdriver. Using a blade too wide
can damage connectors.
-
Screws on the ac connector are
delicate. DO NOT over tighten them!
Dome Does Not Respond to Commands
Follow steps until the problem is corrected. See
page 5 to order parts.
Constant green,
Blinking red
RS-422 line is correctly
wired.
Constant green,
No red
RS-422 “Data In –” is
shorted to ground.
Constant red,
Blinking green
“Data In + /–” wires are
reversed.
Blinking red,
Green off
“Data In +” is shorted to
ground.
Both LEDs off
“Data In +/–” wires are
shorted or open.
P1 pin outs:
1. Detach the camera dome from the base and
check the address switches. Are they set
correctly?
Manchester data connections (Ultra IV only)
-
YES: Continue.
Pin
-
NO: Set the correct address and reconnect
the dome.
2. Verify power is reaching the housing. Press and
hold switch SW2 on the environmental PC
board and observe the green (ac power) LED.
Does the LED glow steadily?
Color
Designation
1-4
—
Not used.
5
White/Orange
Manchester (White)
6
White/Yellow
Manchester (Black)
RS-422 Data connections
Pin
Color
Designation
-
YES: Reattach the dome and continue.
1
Orange
RS-422 Data In High (+)
-
NO: Check power at the J-box and ac cable
connections at connector P7 on the other
side of the environmental PC board. If OK,
replace the PC board.
2
Green
RS-422 Data In Low (–)
3
Yellow
RS-422 Data Out High (+)
4
Brown
RS-422 Data Out Low (–)
5-6
—
Not used.
Connector P7 pin outs
Pin
Color
Description
1
N/A
24Vac
2
N/A
Common
3
N/A
24Vac
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SensorNet Data Connections
Pin
Color
Designation
1-4
—
Not used.
5
White/Orange
SensorNet (unshielded)
6
White/Yellow
SensorNet (unshielded)
Blowers Do Not Turn
Follow steps until the problem is corrected. See
page 5 to order parts.
1. Determine if the dome camera is receiving
power. Look for evidence such as a picture on
the video monitor or dome movement.
2. Detach the dome camera to access the
environmental PC board.
4. Check fans. Are they on?
-
YES: Continue.
-
NO: Go to “Fans Do Not Turn” procedure
next.
Note: Power to blowers comes from the dome.
Fans will not function with the dome removed.
CAUTION: Touch the metal housing
before handling the environmental PC
board.
5. Check video on monitor. Does the picture roll?
-
-
YES: Use the video controller or switcher to
synchronize video vertical sync phases of all
domes to the ac line. For specific
instructions, see the installation and service
manual for the controller or switcher.
3. Verify power is reaching the housing. Press and
hold switch SW2 and observe the green (ac
power) LED; it should glow steadily. If not,
check power at the J-box and check that the ac
cable is plugged into connector P7 on the top
side of the environmental PC board.
NO: Continue.
Is the picture normal?
-
YES: See “Detailed Troubleshooting” in the
installation and service manual supplied with
the dome.
-
NO: See “Poor or No Video” on this page.
4. Check the blower connector. Is it plugged into
connector P5 on other side of the environmental
PC board?
-
YES: Replace blower/heater assembly 03042906-01. Remove two screws to remove
assembly.
-
NO: Plug the connector in, reinstall the
environmental PC board, and reconnect the
dome. If blower/heater fans still do not work,
replace the blower/heater assembly.
Picture is Grainy or Discolored
Check the blowers. If they are not turning, the
camera dome may be overheating. See “Dome
Does Not Respond to Commands” on page 9.
Poor or No Video
See “Dome Does Not Respond to Commands” on
page 9.
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Ice Forms On Bubble
Specifications
Follow steps until the problem is corrected. See
page 5 to order parts.
Electrical (combined dome and housing)
1. Are blower/heater fans in the housing working?
If not, see “Fans Do Not Turn” opposite.
Input Voltage .............................. 24 to 30Vac, 50/60 Hz
NEC Class 2
Certified Limited Power Source
Design Tolerance ....................... 20 to 36Vac, 50/60 Hz
Power Consumption ................... 80W max
Power On In-Rush current.......... 3A
2. Is the camera dome receiving power? Look for
evidence such as a picture on the video monitor
or dome movement.
Surge Protection:
3. Detach the dome to access the environmental
PC board.
Video .......................................... Series resistor of 3.9 ohms;
low-capacitance Zener
suppressor of 6.5V, 1500W,
500W, 10kA impulse-rated gas
tube
Power Line.................................. TVS rated at 60V, 1.5 joules,
250A 8/20µs impulse, 500W,
10kA impulse-rated gas tube
RS-422 ....................................... Series resistor of 3.3 ohms;
TVS rated at 5.6V, 40A, 0.1
joules, 8/20µs impulse, 500W,
10kA impulse-rated gas tube
Manchester/SensorNet............... Isolation transformer coupled
2000Vrms; PTC fuse protects
transformer; TVS rated at
5.6V, 40A, 0.1 joules, 8/20µs
impulse, 500W, 10kA impulserated gas tube
Alarm Input ................................. Series resistors of 33 ohms;
TVS rated at 5.6V, 40A, 0.1
joules, 8/20µs impulse, 500W,
10kA impulse-rated gas tube
Auxiliary Output .......................... 1000V Isolation Form 1-C
relay
Note: Power to the heater comes from the
dome. The heater will not function with the
dome removed.
CAUTION: Touch the metal housing
before handling the PC board.
4. Verify power is reaching the housing. Press and
hold switch SW2 and observe the green (ac
power) LED; it should glow steadily. If not,
check power at the J-box and if the ac cable is
plugged into connector P7 on other side of
environmental PC board.
5. Check the heater connector on other side of the
environmental PC board. Is it plugged into
connector P2?
-
YES: Unplug the heater cable and check
heater resistance across pins of plug. Is the
resistance approximately 16 ohms?
If yes, replace environmental PC board
0312-2124-03. If not, replace fan/heater
assembly 0400-0935-01 by removing the two
screws.
-
NO: Plug the connector in, reinstall the
environmental PC board, and reattach the
dome. If the fans still do not work, replace
the fan/heater assembly.
Environmental
Operating Temperature .............. –40°C to 50°C
(–40°F to 122°F)
Relative Humidity........................ 0 to 95% non-condensing
Storage Temperature ................. –10°C to 50°C
(–14°F to 122°F)
Wind loading............................... Sustained winds of
240Km/hour (150 miles/hour)
when properly installed and
mounted (wall, pole, ceiling,
and over-the-roof mount with
proper support)
Mechanical
Height ......................................... 32.1cm (12.6in)
Diameter ..................................... 24.4cm (9.6in)
Weight:
Without dome ............................. 2.7kg (6.1 lbs.)
With dome .................................. 3.9kg (8.7 lbs.)
Mechanical connection ............... 1.5in NPT
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Other Declarations
Declarations
Thank you for using American Dynamics products. We
support our products through an extensive and worldwide
network of dealers. The dealer, through whom you originally
purchased this product, is your point of contact if you have a
need for service or support. Our dealers are fully empowered
to provide the very best in customer service and support.
Dealers should contact American Dynamics at (800) 507-6268
or (561) 912-6259 or on the web at
www.americandynamics.net.
Regulatory Compliance
REG ID: SV SDUO
Emissions .............................. 47 CFR, Part 15, Class A
ICES-003
CISPR 22, Class A
Immunity ...................................................... EN50130-4
Safety ................................................................UL1950
CSA C22.2 No. 950
EN60950-1
IEC 60950-1
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FCC COMPLIANCE: This equipment complies with Part 15
of the FCC rules for Class A digital devices when installed and
used in accordance with the instruction manual. Following
these rules provides reasonable protection against harmful
interference from equipment operated in a commercial area.
This equipment should not be installed in a residential area as
it can radiate radio frequency energy that could interfere with
radio communications, a situation the user would have to fix at
their own expense.
NOTICE: The information in this manual was current when
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improve its products. All specifications are therefore subject to
change without notice.
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equipment and could create a hazardous condition.
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