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Installation Manual
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Preface
This manual describes how to install and mount the VG4 series AutoDome Modular Camera System. The manual
details the methods to mount the VG4 series to a wall, corner or mast; to a roof parapet or pipe; or in the ceiling.
The manual also includes information on cable and wire standards and information for connecting alarms and relays.
Audience
This manual is intended for qualified installation and service personnel who are familiar with the applicable national
and local electrical codes.
Document Conventions
Convention
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courier
Meaning
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Used to emphasize a point.
Denotes the actual name of an object, the exact code that should be typed or a message returned
from a system.
Symbols
You may encounter these symbols within the document. Explanatory text accompanies each symbol, which provides
additional information detailing the operation or highlighting safety information.
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NOTICE! Notices inform you of essential but non-critical information. Read these messages
carefully as any directions or instructions contained therein can help you avoid making
mistakes.
CAUTION! Cautionary messages provide critical information that help you reduce the chance
of losing data or damaging the system. Please heed these messages.
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WARNING! Warnings highlight information, that if overlooked may cause damage to the
system or result in personal injury. Take warnings seriously.
DANGER! Danger messages denote the presence of electrical equipment that may cause
electric shock or electrocution. Take care when you see this symbol to avoid serious injury or
death.
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Customer Support and Service
If this unit needs service, contact the nearest Bosch Security Systems Service Center for authorization to return and
shipping instructions.
Service Centers
USA
Phone: 800-366-2283 or 585-340-4162
Fax: 800-366-1329
Email: cctv.repair@us.bosch.com
Technical Support
Phone: 800-326-1450
Email: technical.support@us.bosch.com
CCTV Spare Parts
Phone: 800-894-5215 or 408-957-3065
Fax: 408-935-5938
Email: BoschCCTVparts@ca.slr.com
Canada
Phone: 514-738-2434
Fax: 514-738-8480
Europe, Middle East & Asia Pacific Region
Phone: 44 (0) 1495 274558
Fax: 44 (0) 1495 274280
Email: rmahelpdesk@solectron.com
For additional information, see www.boschsecurity.com
Related Publications
Refer to the latest Bosch Security Systems, Inc. Databook for the most up-to-date datasheets. To obtain a copy of
the Databook, please contact your local Bosch representative.
You can also visit the Bosch Security Systems World Wide Web site at: http://www.boschsecurity.com to view a current listings of our publications.
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Table of Contents
Important Safeguards ................................................................................................................................vii
1
Installing the Pendant Arm Wall, Corner, and Mast (Pole) Mounts ......................................................... 3
1.1
Unpacking .................................................................................................................................................... 3
1.2
Pre-installation Checklist ............................................................................................................................. 5
1.3
Mount Power Supply Box ............................................................................................................................ 6
1.4
Route Wires and Attach Connectors............................................................................................................ 7
1.5
Attach Pendant Arm to Power Supply Box ................................................................................................ 10
1.6
Make Connections in Power Supply Box ................................................................................................... 11
1.7
Assemble Pendant in Packing Box............................................................................................................. 13
1.8
Attach Pendant to Arm and Tighten........................................................................................................... 15
2
Installing Roof Parapet and Pipe Mounts ................................................................................................ 17
2.1
Unpacking .................................................................................................................................................. 17
2.2
Pre-installation Check List......................................................................................................................... 19
2.3
Mount Power Supply Box .......................................................................................................................... 20
2.4
Route Wires and Attach Connectors.......................................................................................................... 22
2.5
Installing the VG4-A-9230 Roof Parapet Mount ......................................................................................... 26
2.6
Installing the VG4-A-9543 Pipe Mount ....................................................................................................... 30
2.7
Wire Pipe Interface Board.......................................................................................................................... 31
2.8
Assemble the Pendant in Packing Box....................................................................................................... 34
2.9
Attach Pendant to Pipe and Tighten .......................................................................................................... 36
2.10
Make Connections in Power Supply Box ................................................................................................... 37
3
Installing the In-Ceiling Mount ................................................................................................................. 39
3.1
Unpacking .................................................................................................................................................. 39
3.2
Pre-installation Check List......................................................................................................................... 41
3.3
Dimensions ................................................................................................................................................ 41
3.4
Prepare Drywall Ceiling for Installation ..................................................................................................... 42
3.5
Prepare Suspension Ceiling for Installation .............................................................................................. 42
3.6
Wire the Interface Box ............................................................................................................................... 44
3.7
Attach Housing to the Interface Box.......................................................................................................... 46
3.8
Secure Housing to Ceiling ......................................................................................................................... 47
3.9
Align and Install Camera Module ............................................................................................................... 48
3.10
Attach Bubble ............................................................................................................................................ 49
4
Cable and Wire Standards........................................................................................................................ 51
4.1
Power ........................................................................................................................................................ 51
4.2
Wire Distance Guide for Pendant .............................................................................................................. 51
4.3
Video and Control Cables .......................................................................................................................... 52
4.4
Control-only Cables ................................................................................................................................... 54
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Alarms and Relay Connections................................................................................................................. 57
5.1
Alarm Inputs .............................................................................................................................................. 57
5.2
Configuring Supervised Alarms (inputs 1 and 2) ....................................................................................... 57
5.3
Configuring Non-supervised Alarms (inputs 1 through 7) ......................................................................... 58
5.4
Alarm Outputs............................................................................................................................................ 59
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Glossary .................................................................................................................................................... 61
7
Index ......................................................................................................................................................... 71
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Important Safeguards
1. Read, Follow, and Retain Instructions - All safety and operating
instructions should be read and followed before operating the unit.
Retain instructions for future reference.
2. Heed Warnings - Adhere to all warnings on the unit and in the operating instructions.
3. Attachments - Attachments not recommended by the product manufacturer should not be used, as they may cause hazards.
4. Installation Cautions - Do not place this unit on an unstable stand,
tripod, bracket, or mount. The unit may fall, causing serious injury to
a person and serious damage to the unit. Use only manufacturer-recommended accessories, or those sold with the product. Mount the
unit per the manufacturer's instructions. Appliance and cart combination should be moved with care. Quick stops, excessive force, or
uneven surfaces may cause the appliance and cart combination to
overturn.
5. Cleaning - Unplug the unit from the outlet before cleaning. Follow any
instructions provided with the unit. Generally, using a damp cloth for
cleaning is sufficient. Do not use liquid cleaners or aerosol cleaners.
6. Servicing - Do not attempt to service this unit yourself. Opening or
removing covers may expose you to dangerous voltage or other hazards. Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel.
7. Damage Requiring Service - Unplug the unit from the main AC power
source and refer servicing to qualified service personnel under the
following conditions:
•
•
•
When the power supply cord or plug is damaged.
If liquid has been spilled or an object has fallen into the unit.
If the unit has been exposed to water and/or inclement weather
(rain, snow, etc.).
• If the unit does not operate normally, when following the operating instructions. Adjust only those controls specified in the operating instructions. Improper adjustment of other controls may
result in damage, and require extensive work by a qualified technician to restore the unit to normal operation.
• If the unit has been dropped or the cabinet damaged.
• If the unit exhibits a distinct change in performance, this indicates
that service is needed.
8. Replacement Parts - When replacement parts are required, the service technician should use replacement parts specified by the manufacturer or that have the same characteristics as the original part.
Unauthorized substitutions may result in fire, electrical shock or
other hazards.
9. Safety Check - Upon completion of servicing or repairs to the unit,
ask the service technician to perform safety checks to ensure proper
operating condition.
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10.Power Sources - Operate the unit only from the type of power source
indicated on the label. If unsure of the type of power supply to use,
contact your dealer or local power company.
•
For units intended to operate from battery power, refer to the
operating instructions.
• For units intended to operate with External Power Supplies, use
only the recommended approved power supplies.
• For units intended to operate with a limited power source, this
power source must comply with EN60950. Substitutions may
damage the unit or cause fire or shock.
• For units intended to operate at 24VAC, normal input voltage is
24VAC. Voltage applied to the unit's power input should not
exceed 30VAC.
User-supplied wiring, from the 24VAC supply to unit, must be in compliance with electrical codes (Class 2 power levels). Do not ground
the 24VAC supply at the terminals or at the unit's power supply terminals.
11.Coax Grounding - If an outside cable system is connected to the unit,
ensure that the cable system is grounded. U.S.A. models only - Section 810 of the National Electrical Code, ANSI/NFPA No.70, provides
information regarding proper grounding of the mount and supporting
structure, grounding of the coax to a discharge unit, size of grounding
conductors, location of discharge unit, connection to grounding electrodes, and requirements for the grounding electrode.
12.Grounding - This unit may be equipped with a 3-wire grounding plug
(a plug with a third pin, for grounding). This safety feature allows the
plug to fit into a grounding power outlet only. If unable to insert the
plug into the outlet, contact an electrician to arrange replacement of
the obsolete outlet. Do not defeat the safety purpose of the grounding plug.
•
•
•
Outdoor equipment should only be connected to the unit's inputs
after this unit has had its grounding plug connected to a grounded
outlet or its ground terminal properly connected to a ground
source.
The unit's input connectors must be disconnected from outdoor
equipment before disconnecting the grounding plug or grounding
terminal.
Proper safety precautions such as grounding should be followed
for any outdoor device connected to this unit.
13.Lightning - For added protection during a lightning storm, or when
this unit is left unattended and unused for long periods of time,
unplug the unit from the wall outlet and disconnect the cable system.
This will prevent damage to the unit due to lightning and power line
surges.
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For Indoor Product
WARNING:
1. Water and Moisture - Do not use this unit near water for example, in a wet basement, in an unprotected outdoor installation or in any area classified as a wet location.
Electrostatic-sensitive device. Use proper CMOS/
MOSFET handling precautions to avoid electrostatic discharge.
2. Object and Liquid Entry - Never push objects of any
kind into this unit through openings, as they might touch
dangerous voltage points or create short circuits, resulting in a fire or electrical shock. Never spill liquid of any
kind on the unit.
3. Power Cord and Power Cord Protection - For units
intended to operate with 230VAC, 50Hz, the input and
output power cord must comply with the latest versions
of IEC Publication 227 or IEC Publication 245. Power
supply cords should be routed so they are not likely to
be walked on or pinched. Pay particular attention to
location of cords and plugs, convenience receptacles,
and the point of exit from the appliance.
4. Overloading - Do not overload outlets and extension
cords; this can result in a risk of fire or electrical shock.
For Outdoor Product
Power Lines - An outdoor system should not be located
in the vicinity of overhead power lines, electric lights or
power circuits, or where it may contact such power lines
or circuits. When installing an outdoor system, extreme
care should be taken to keep from touching power lines
or circuits, as this contact might be fatal. U.S.A. models
only - refer to the National Electrical Code Article 820
regarding installation of CATV systems.
For Rack-mount Product
1. Ventilation - Do not place this equipment in a built-in
installation or rack, unless proper ventilation is provided, or the manufacturer's instructions were followed.
The equipment must not exceed its maximum operating
temperature requirements.
NOTE: Grounded wrist straps must be worn and
proper ESD safety precautions observed when
handling the electrostatic-sensitive printed circuit
boards.
This symbol indicates the presence of important
operating and maintenance (servicing) instructions in the literature accompanying the appliance.
Cover Removal
Warning: Removal of the cover should only be
performed by qualified service personnel - not
user serviceable. The unit should always be
unplugged before removing the cover and remain
unplugged while the cover is removed.
24 VAC Units
Do not exceed 30VAC input. Voltage applied to the unit's
power input should not exceed 30VAC. Normal input voltage is
24VAC. User supplied wiring from 24VAC supply to unit must
be in compliance with electrical codes (Class 2 power levels).
Do not ground 24VAC supply at power supply terminals or at
unit's power supply terminals.
This equipment is to be isolated from the mains
supply by a limited power source as specified in
EN60950.
220-240V, 50Hz Power Cords
220-240V, 50Hz power cords, input and output, must comply
with the latest versions of IEC Publication 227 or IEC Publication 245.
2. Mechanical Loading - When rack-mounting the equipment, ensure that a hazardous condition is not created
by uneven mechanical loading.
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Safety Precautions
(U.S.A. and Canadian Models Only)
This device complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject
to the following two conditions:
(1)This device may not cause harmful interference, and
(2)This device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.
NOTE: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the
limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules
and ICES-003 of Industry Canada. These limits are designed to provide
reasonable protection against harmful interference when the equipment
is operated in a commercial environment. This equipment generates,
uses and radiates radio frequency energy, and if not installed and used
in accordance with the instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful interference, in which case the user
will be required to correct the interference at his expense.
Intentional or unintentional changes or modifications, not expressly
approved by the party responsible for compliance, shall not be made.
Any such changes or modifications could void the user’s authority to
operate the equipment. If necessary, the user should consult the dealer
or an experienced radio/television technician for corrective action. The
user may find the following booklet, prepared by the Federal Communications Commission, helpful: How to Identify and Resolve Radio-TV Interference Problems. This booklet is available from the U.S. Government
Printing Office, Washington, DC 20402, Stock No. 004-000-00345-4.
WARNING: This is a Class A product. In a domestic environment, this product may cause radio interference, in which
case, the user may be required to take adequate measures.
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CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO
NOT REMOVE COVER (OR BACK). NO USER SERVICEABLE
PARTS INSIDE. REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE
PERSONNEL.
This symbol indicates the presence of uninsulated
“dangerous voltage” within the product’s enclosure that can cause an electric shock.
This symbol indicates the presence of important
operating and maintenance (servicing) instructions in the literature accompanying the appliance.
Installation should be performed by qualified service personnel only in accordance with the
National Electrical Code or applicable local codes.
Power Disconnect. Units with or without ON-OFF
switches have power supplied to the unit whenever the power cord is inserted into the power
source; however, the unit is operational only when
the ON-OFF switch is in the ON position. The
power cord is the main power disconnect for all
units.
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INFORMATIONS FCC ET ICES
Sécurité
(modèles utilisés aux États-Unis et au Canada uniquement)
Attention: l'installation doit exclusivement être réalisée par du
Ce produit est conforme aux normes FCC partie 15. la mise en service
est soumises aux deux conditions suivantes:
(1) cet appareil ne peut pas provoquer d'interférence nuisible et
(2) cet appareil doit pouvoir tolérer toutes les interférences auxquelles
il est soumit, y compris les interférences qui pourraient influer sur
son bon fonctionnement.
AVERTISSEMENT: Suite à différents tests, cet appareil s’est révélé conforme aux exigences imposées aux appareils numériques de Classe A en
vertu de la section 15 du règlement de la Commission fédérale des communications des États-Unis (FCC). Ces contraintes sont destinées à
fournir une protection raisonnable contre les interférences nuisibles
quand l'appareil est utilisé dans une installation commerciale. Cette
appareil génère, utilise et émet de l'energie de fréquence radio, et peut,
en cas d'installation ou d'utilisation non conforme aux instructions,
générer des interférences nuisibles aux communications radio. L’utilisation de ce produit dans une zone résidentielle peut provoquer des interférences nuisibles. Le cas échéant, l’utilisateur devra remédier à ces
interférences à ses propres frais.
Au besoin, l’utilisateur consultera son revendeur ou un technicien qualifié en radio/télévision, qui procédera à une opération corrective. La brochure suivante, publiée par la Commission fédérale des communications
(FCC), peut s’avérer utile : « How to Identify and Resolve Radio-TV Interference Problems » (Comment identifier et résoudre les problèmes
d’interférences de radio et de télévision). Cette brochure est disponible
auprès du U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington, DC 20402,
États-Unis, sous la référence n° 004-000-00345-4.
Avertissement : Ce produit est un appareil de Classe A. Son
utilisation dans une zone résidentielle risque de provoquer
des interférences. Le cas échéant, l’utilisateur devra prendre
les mesures nécessaires pour y remédier.
ATTENTION : POUR ÉVITER TOUT RISQUE D'ÉLECTROCUTION, N'ESSAYEZ PAS DE RETIRER LE CAPOT (OU LE PANNEAU ARRIÈRE). CET APPAREIL NE CONTIENT AUCUN
COMPOSANT SUSCEPTIBLE D'ÊTRE RÉPARÉ PAR L'UTILISATEUR. CONFIEZ LA RÉPARATION DE L'APPAREIL À DU
PERSONNEL QUALIFIÉ.
Ce symbole signale que le produit renferme une «
tension potentiellement dangereuse » non isolée
susceptible de provoquer une électrocution.
Ce symbole invite l'utilisateur à consulter les
instructions d'utilisation et d'entretien (dépannage) reprises dans la documentation qui
accompagne l'appareil.
Attention: l'installation doit exclusivement être
réalisée par du personnel qualifié, conformément
au code national d'électricité américain (NEC) ou
au code d'électricité local en vigueur.
Coupure de l'alimentation. Qu'ils soient pourvus
ou non d'un commutateur ON/OFF, tous les appareils reçoivent de l'énergie une fois le cordon
branché sur la source d'alimentation. Toutefois,
l'appareil ne fonctionne réellement que lorsque le
commutateur est réglé sur ON. Le débranchement
du cordon d'alimentation permet de couper l'alimentation des appareils.
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AVERTISSEMENT:
cet appareil est sensible aux décharges électrostatiques. Pour éviter tout risque de décharge électrostatique, observez les précautions de
manipulation du CMOS/MOSFET appropriées.
REMARQUE: lors de la manipulation des cartes à
circuits imprimés sensibles aux décharges électrostatiques, portez des bracelets antistatiques
mis à la terre et observez les consignes de sécurité relatives aux décharges électrostatiques.
ATTENTION: pile au lithium
Le remplacement incorrect de la pile risque de
provoquer une explosion. Remplacez la pile exclusivement par une pile identique ou par un type de
pile équivalent recommandé par le fabricant.
Débarrassez-vous de la pile usagée conformément
aux instructions de son fabricant.
Enlèvement du capot
Avertissement: L’enlèvement du capot ne doit
être effectué que par un technicien spécialisé. Il
n’y a pas de pièces remplaçables ou réglables par
l’utilisateur. Il faut toujours débrancher l’appareil
avant d’enlever le capot et le laisser débranché
jusqu’à la remise en place du capot.
24 VAC Units
Ne pas excéder 30 V c.a. La tension appliquée à l’entrée d’alimentation de l’appareil ne doit pas excéder 30 V c.a. La valeur
normale de la tension d’entrée est 24 V c.a. Le circuit électrique reliant l’alimentation 24 V c.a. à l’appareil doit être conforme aux codes électriques (niveaux d’alimentation de classe
2). Ne pas mettre l’alimentation 24 V c.a. à la masse au niveau
des bornes de l’alimentation ou de l’appareil.
Cet équipement doit être isolé de l’alimentation
secteur par une source de puissance limitée, conformément à la norme EN60950.
Cordons d’alimentation 220-240 V, 50 Hz
Les cordons d’alimentation 220-240 V, 50 Hz, d’entrée ou de
sortie, doivent être conformes à la dernière version de la publication IEC 227 ou IEC 245.
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Installing the Pendant Arm Wall, Corner, and Mast
(Pole) Mounts
1.1
Unpacking
This equipment should be unpacked and handled with care. If an item appears to have been
damaged in shipment, notify the shipper immediately.
Verify that all the parts listed in the Parts List below are included. If any items are missing,
notify your Bosch Security Systems Sales or Customer Service Representative. See Customer
Support and Service on page iv.
The original packing carton is the safest container in which to transport the unit and must be
used if returning the unit for service. Save it for possible future use.
1.1.1
Parts List
The following table lists the parts included with the Pendant Arm Wall, Corner, or Mast mount
packages.
Mount Kit Options
Part Numbers
Pendant Arm (Only)
F01U010586
Pendant Housing (with COMMS and CPU modules installed)
VG4-XXX
Pendant Arm with one of the following Power Supply Boxes
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Power Box without transformer (24 VAC)
VG4-A-PA0
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Power Box with 120 VAC transformer
VG4-A-PA1
or with 230 VAC transformer
VGA-A-PA2
Power Box without transformer with Fiber Optic Module (24 VAC)
VG4-A-PA0F
Power Box with 120 VAC transformer and Fiber Optic Module
VG4-A-PA1F
or with 230 VAC transformer and Fiber Optic Module
VG4-A-PA2F
–
–
Trim Skirt Power Supply Box
F01U005225
Corner Mount Kit
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Corner Mount Plate
LTC 9542/01
Mast (Pole) Mount Kit
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LTC 9541/01
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The following figures depict the parts (some optional) pendant arm wall, corner, or mast
mount.
Corner Plate
CORNER PLATE
(Optional)
(OPTIONAL)
Mast Plate
MAST
PLATE
(Optional)
(OPTIONAL)
Trim
Skirt
TRIM
SKIRT
Power Supply
POWER SUPPLY
Pendant
Arm ARM
PENDANT
PENDANT HOUSING
Pendant Housing
ENVIROMENTAL
SHIELD
Environmental Shield
(OPTIONAL)
(Optional)
COMMS Module
COMMS MODULE
CPU Module
CPU MODULE
HEATER
MODULE
Heater Module
(OPTIONAL)
(Optional)
CAMERA MODULE
Camera Module
Dome Bubble
DOME BUBBLE
Fig. 1.1
1.1.2
Pendant Arm Parts
Description
Chapter 1 details how to install an AutoDome Pendant Arm to a wall, a corner, or to a mast
(pole). Any variations to the installation procedures are noted.
See Chapter 2 for Roof (Parapet) or Pipe mount installation or Chapter 3 for In-Ceiling mount
installation.
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Tools Required
1.2
–
5 mm Allen wrench (supplied)
–
Small, straight-blade screwdriver - 2.5 mm (0.1 in.)
–
No. 2 Phillips screwdriver
–
Socket wrench and 9/16-in. socket
–
Banding tool (Bosch P/N TC9311PM3T) - if installing a mast (pole) mount
Pre-installation Checklist
1.
Determine the location and distance for the Power Supply Box based on its voltage and
current consumption. See Chapter 4: Cable and Wire Standards for wiring information and
distances.
2.
Use only UL listed liquid tight strain reliefs for conduits to the Power Supply Box to
ensure that water cannot enter the box. You must use water tight conduits and fittings to
meet NEMA 4 standards.
!
WARNING! Power and I/O cabling must be routed separately inside different permanently
earthed metal conduits.
3.
Route all rough wiring including: power, control, video coax, alarms I/O, relay I/O, and
fiber optic cabling. See Chapter 4: Cable and Wire Standards for video and control protocol methods.
WARNING! Install external interconnecting cables in accordance to NEC, ANSI/NFPA70 (for
US application) and Canadian Electrical Code, Part I, CSA C22.1 (for CAN application) and in
!
accordance to local country codes for all other countries.
Branch circuit protection incorporating a 20 A, 2-pole Listed Circuit Breaker or Branch Rated
Fuses are required as part of the building installation. A readily accessible 2-pole disconnect
device with a contact separation of at least 3 mm must be incorporated.
4.
Choose the appropriate AutoDome model (indoor or outdoor) for the environment in
which it will be used.
5.
Choose the appropriate mounting kit to use, depending on the location of the AutoDome,
either wall mount, corner mount, or mast (pole) mount.
CAUTION! Select a rigid mounting location to prevent excessive vibration to the AutoDome
camera.
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Mount Power Supply Box
Before mounting the Power Supply Box decide if you should wire the box through the holes in
the bottom or back of the box. If wiring the box through the back, move the two (2) seal plugs
to the bottom through the holes before mounting.
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NOTICE! Use 3/4-inch (20-mm) NPS fittings for the holes on the bottom and back of the box.
Use 1/2-inch (15-mm) NPS fittings for the side holes.
Fig. 1.2
1.
Power Supply Wall, Mast (Pole), and Corner Mounts
Use the wall mount template supplied in the packaging box to locate the four mounting
holes for the Power Supply Box.
2.
Drill four (4) holes for the mounting anchors. If installing outdoor, apply a weatherproof
sealant around each hole at the mounting surface.
!
WARNING! A stud diameter of 6.4 mm (1/4 inch) to 8 mm (5/16 inch) able to withstand a
120 kg (265 lb) pull-out force is recommended. The mounting material must be able to
withstand this pull out force. For example, 19-mm (3/4-inch) minimum for plywood.
3.
Place the Power Supply Box into its Trim Skirt.
4.
Secure the Power Supply Box to the mounting surface.
–
For a Wall installation: Use four (4) corrosion-resistant, stainless steel studs (not
supplied). Then proceed to Step 5 below.
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For a Mast or a pole installation: You must use a banding tool (sold separately) for a
mast or pole installation. Follow the instructions provided with the banding tool to
securely mount the Mast Plate to the pole. Contact your Bosch Sales Representative
to order Banding Tool P/N TC9311PM3T.
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For a Corner installation: Secure the Corner Plate to the wall corner using four (4)
studs (not included). Then proceed to Step 5 below.
5.
Secure the Power Supply Box to the Corner Plate or Mast Plate using the four (4)
3/8 x 1-3/4-inch bolts and split lock washers (supplied).
6.
Attach 3/4-inch (20-mm) NPS watertight pipe fittings (not supplied) to the bottom or
back holes of the Power Supply Box through which you will run the power, video, and
control data wires.
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Route Wires and Attach Connectors
Power wires must be routed to the left (front) side of the Power Supply Box through a separate conduit. All video, control, and alarm wires must be routed through a second conduit to
the right side of the box.
WARNING! External interconnecting cables are to be installed in accordance to NEC,
ANSI/NFPA70 (for US application) and Canadian Electrical Code, Part I, CSA C22.1 (for CAN
!
application) and in accordance to local country codes for all other countries.
Branch circuit protection incorporating a 20 A, 2-pole Listed Circuit Breaker or Branch Rated
Fuses are required as part of the building installation. A readily accessible 2-pole disconnect
N
P107
24 VAC
HN HL
FX101
L
J102
54321
J101
XF103
device with a contact separation of at least 3 mm must be incorporated.
J103
(LED)
LINE NC NEUT
P106
GND TXD RXD XF102
P101
P105
C+ C-
GND TXD RXD C+ C-
Fig. 1.3 Pendant Arm Power Supply Box
1.
Route all video, control, and alarm wires through the conduit fitting on the right side of
the power box. See Chapter 4: Cable and Wire Standards for coax, UTP, and fiber optic
specifications and distances.
2.
Route the high voltage 115/230 VAC lines through the conduit fitting on the left side of
the box. The Power Supply Box with a transformer comes with a barrier that separates
the high voltage side on the left, from the low voltage 24 VAC side on the right.
3.
Cut and trim all wires with sufficient slack to reach their connector terminals in the box,
but not so long as to be pinched by or to obstruct closing the Pendant Arm. See
Figure 1.5 on page 9 for the connector locations.
4.
Attach the supplied 3-pin Power Plug to the incoming power wires. See connector P101
in Table 1.1 on page 9 for wire connections.
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Attach the supplied 6-pin Control Data I/O Plug to the incoming control wires. See connector P106 in Table 1.1 on page 9 for wire connections. This step is not required with
Fiber Optic models, since control passes through the fiber optic cable.
NOTICE! If “daisy chaining” a series of AutoDomes, a terminating resistor is required in the
last dome of the series. The Bosch Power Supply Box is supplied with a 110 Ω terminating
resistor located between the biphase terminals C- and C+ (pins 1 and 2) of the P106 control
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connector. Remove the resistor from all but the last AutoDome power box. The maximum
number of AutoDomes that can be daisy chained is four (4). If using the RS485 protocol for
control, the terminating resistor must be moved from the Biphase C+ and C- (pins 1 and 2)
terminals to the RXD- and TXD+ terminals (pins 4 and 5) of the P106 control connector of the
last AutoDome power box.
6.
Attach a BNC connector to the incoming video coax cable. If using UTP for video or
installing an Ethernet model, attach an RJ45 plug to the incoming UTP cable. If installing
a Fiber Optic model, attach an ST fiber plug to the optic fiber cable. See Chapter 4: Cable
and Wire Standards for the different methods of transmitting video and control protocols,
and wire specifications.
7.
If you are connecting alarm inputs and outputs, attach the supplied 4- and 6-pin Alarm
Connectors with flying lead wires to the appropriate incoming alarm wires.
ALARM IN 3
ALARM IN 4
ALARM IN 5
ALARM IN 6
ALARM IN 7
ALARM GROUND
WHITE
BROWN
ORANGE
GREEN
YELLOW
BLUE
7-PIN RELAY CONNECTOR
4-PIN
ALARM OUT
CONNECTOR
6-PIN
ALARM IN
CONNECTOR
A1 A2 GND
WHITE
BROWN
ORANGE
GREEN
N.O. COM N.C. ALARM OUT 1
ALARM OUT 2
ALARM OUT 3
ALARM GROUND
1- N.O.
2- COM
3- N.C.
4- EARTH GROUND
5- ANALOG ALARM 1
6- ANALOG ALARM 2
7- GROUND
* Low Voltage TTL (3.3V) can also be used.
Fig. 1.4
8.
Alarm and relay connectors
If you are connecting supervised alarms and relays, attach the supplied 7-pin Relay Connector to the appropriate incoming wires. See Figure 1.4, above, for the wire connections. See Chapter 5: Alarms and Relay Connections for more details about wiring alarms
and relays.
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Power Supply Box Connections
The following figure is a detailed illustration of the Pendant Arm Power Supply Box, which
includes the fuse specifications.
TRANSFORMER
(115/230VAC
MODELS)
(GROUND SCREW)
CONTROL
IN/OUT
123
CONTROL
TO DOME
P106
GND TXD RXD J103
LINE NC NEUT
(LED)
POWER
IN
XF102
P101
(FUSE)
L
N
HN HL
P107
FX101
(FUSE)
24VAC
TO DOME
IN/OUT
IN/OUT
1/2 in. NPS FITTING
(15 mm)
(FUSE)
J102
VIDEO
54321
J101
XF103
(FROM ARM HARNESS)
IN/OUT
IN/OUT
P105
GND TXD RXD C+ C-
6 5 4 3 2 1
C+ C-
6 5 4 3 2 1
3/4 in. NPS FITTING
(20 mm)
Power
POWER In
IN
FUSE SPECIFICATIONS
VOLTS XF101 XF102 XF103
MAINS HEATER CAMERA
24 V T 5.0A T 3.15A T 2.0A
115 V T 1.6A T 3.15A T 2.0A
230 V T 0.8A T 3.15A T 2.0A
Control
CONTROLData
DATA
andVIDEO
Video
IN/OUT
AND
IN/OUT
Fig. 1.5 Pendant arm power supply box
!
WARNING! Fuse replacement by qualified service personnel only. Replace with same type
fuse.
The following table lists the Power Supply Box connectors:
No.
P101
Connector
Pin 1
Pin 2
Pin 3
Pin 4
Pin 5
Pin 6
Ground
Grounding Screw
115/230 VAC or 24
Line
NC
Neutral
Control to Dome
C-
C+
(Arm Harness)
(Biphase)
(Biphase)
Earth
RXD (+)
TXD (-)
Signal
Ground
(RS-232/485)
(RS-232/485)
Ground
Control In/Out
C(Biphase)
C+
Earth
RXD (+)
TXD (-)
Signal
(Biphase)
Ground
(RS-232/485)
(RS-232/485)
Ground
24 VAC Power
(Arm Harness)
Dome
Dome
Earth
Heater
Heater
24 VAC
24 VAC
Ground
(24 VAC)
(24 VAC)
VAC Power In
P105
P106
P107
Table 1.1 Power Supply Box Connections
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Attach Pendant Arm to Power Supply Box
The bottom hinge pin of the Pendant Arm is provided with a Hinge Pin Stop to hold the hinge
open while attaching the arm to the Power Supply Box.
1.
Compress the bottom hinge pin by pushing the pin lever downward and rotating it behind
the Hinge Pin Stop.
POWER SUPPLY BOX
PENDANT ARM
Power Supply Box
Fig. 1.6
2.
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Pendant Arm
Pendant Arm to Power Box Hinge Alignment
Open the top hinge by pushing its pin lever up and holding it.
NOTICE! Both Hinge Pins must be fully compressed to open (unlock) the hinges of the
Pendant Arm and before proceeding to the next step.
3.
While continuing to hold the top hinge pin open and align the top and bottom hinges of
the Pendant Arm to their mating points on the Power Supply Box. See Figure 1.6, above,
for an illustration.
4.
Once you have the hinges aligned, release the top hinge pin to engage its mating hinge on
the power box. Then release the bottom hinge pin from the Hinge Pin Stop to lock the
Pendant Arm to the Power Supply Box.
!
WARNING! Serious injury or death can occur if the hinge pins of the Pendant Arm are
not fully engaged (locked) to the Power Supply Box. Exercise caution before
releasing the Pendant Arm.
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Make Connections in Power Supply Box
Refer to Figure 1.5 on page 9 to locate the various connectors in the power supply box and
make the following connections detailed below.
123
Fig. 1.7 Pendant Arm connections to Power Supply Box
1.
Attach the earth ground wire to the grounding screw on the left side of the power box.
2.
Connect the 6-pin Control In/Out Plug, installed previously, to its mating connector P106
in the power box. If this product is a Fiber Optic model this step is not required, since all
control data is sent through the fiber cable.
3.
Connect the 6-pin Control to Dome Plug from the Pendant Connector Harness to its matting connector P105 in the power box. (For Fiber Optic model connect to the P106 connector.)
ALARM INPUTS
Alarm
Inputs
CONTROL Data
DATA
Control
COAX VIDEO
Coax
Video
ALARM
AlarmOUTPUTS
Outputs
RELAYS
Relays
24 VAC
24
VACPOWER
Power
UTP/Ethernet
Video
UTP/ETHERNET VIDEO
Fig. 1.8 Pendant Arm Harness Connectors
!
WARNING! Do not connect the RJ45 connector unless using UTP video or Ethernet.
4.
Connect the 5-pin, 24 VAC to Dome Plug from the Pendant Connector Harness to its corresponding color mating connector P107 on the right side of the box.
5.
Connect the incoming video coax cable to the BNC connector from the Pendant Connector Harness and slide its plastic cover over the connector.
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To connect alarm inputs and relay outputs, connect the 4-pin Alarms Out, the 6-pin
Alarms In and the 7-pin Relay connectors from the Pendant Connector Harness to their
mating connectors, installed previously, to the incoming alarm wires.
7.
Connect the 3-pin Power In Plug, installed previously, to its matting connector P101 on
the left side of the box.
8.
If installing a Fiber Optic model attach the incoming ST fiber plug, installed previously, to
its mating connector on the Fiber Optic Module in the power supply box. Then attach the
video BNC plug to its mating connector from the Pendant Connector Harness. See
Chapter 4: Cable and Wire Standards for fiber optic specifications.
(TRANSFORMER)
BNC TO DOME
(GND)
(FUSE)
LINE
N
FROM ARM
HARNESS
(FUSE)
HN HL
(FUSE)
IN/OUT
IN/OUT
IN/OUT
IN/OUT
LINE NC NEUT
GND TXD RXD C+ C-
ST CONNECTOR
(FIBER)
Power In
POWER IN
Fig. 1.9
9.
Data
DATAIN/OUT
IN/OUT
Optional Fiber Optic Module
If using UTP for video or Ethernet, connect the incoming RJ45 video connector, installed
previously, to its mating connector from the Pendant Connector Harness. See Chapter 4:
Cable and Wire Standards for connections and specifications.
10. After making the harness connections to the Power Supply Box, rotate the Pendant Arm
to close and seal the Power Supply Box and tighten the two (2) captive screws to
10-12 N-m (90-105 in.-lbs).
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Assemble Pendant in Packing Box
The AutoDome Pendant must be assembled before attaching it to the roof or pipe mount. The
Pendant includes a Housing, Camera Module, and Bubble.
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NOTICE! The Pendant Housing box is designed to hold the Pendant Housing in-place during
the assembly of the Pendant.
1.
Open the top of the box containing the Pendant Housing, and remove the two cardboard
inserts.
2.
Remove the plastic bag from the Pendant Housing, and place the housing back into the
packing box.
3.
4.
Remove the Camera Module from its packing box and remove the protective plastic bag.
Align the yellow locking tab on the base of the Camera Module to the yellow label on the
CPU board and gently seat the camera into its connector.
Fig. 1.10 Align and Attach Camera Module
5.
Rotate the yellow locking tab of the Camera Module clockwise (approximately 60
degrees) until the Camera Module locks in place.
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NOTICE! The Camera Module must be able to rotate freely when installed in the housing.
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6.
Remove the Bubble from its packing box, and remove the protective plastic bag.
7.
Place the bubble over the Camera Module and rotate it clockwise (approximately 1/8
turn) until it locks in place. You will hear an audible click when it locks.
Fig. 1.11 Attach bubble
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Attach Pendant to Arm and Tighten
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NOTICE! Before attaching the AutoDome Pendant, visually inspect the dome and arm
connectors for any blocked pin holes or bent pins.
1.
Tilt the bottom of the dome toward the pendant arm base and place the mounting hook,
located on top of the dome housing, over the recessed hinge pin of the arm.
2.HOOK
Hook and
2.
Drop
AND
DROP
Recessed
RECESSED Hinge Pin
HINGE PIN
Dome
DOMEConnector
CONNECTOR
1.
TiltUP
Up
1. TILT
4. Tighten Two (2)
4. TIGHTEN TWO (2)
Mounting Screws
MOUNTING SCREWS
3. Rotate
Down
to
3. ROTATE
DOWN
TO ENGAGE
Engage
Dome
DOME CONNECTOR
Connector
Fig. 1.12 AutoDome to Pendant Arm Attachment
2.
Drop the dome housing down slightly to engage the dome housing hook on the Pendant
Arm hinge pin, allowing the dome to rotate around the pin.
3.
Rotate the dome housing down to a vertical position and gently push upward to engage
the connector on top of the dome housing.
CAUTION! If you feel any resistance when rotating the dome housing or when engaging the
connector, stop immediately and start over.
4.
Hold the Pendant housing in position while tightening the two (2) 5-mm Allen head
mounting screws on top of the housing to 10-12 N-m (90-105 in.-lbs).
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Removing the Pendant Bubble
To service the AutoDome Pendant, use the following procedure to remove the Bubble:
1.
Using both hands, apply a counterclockwise (looking up at the dome) rotational force on
the Pendant Bubble Assembly to set the bubble latch.
2.
Insert a small (2 mm) straight blade screw driver into the bubble release opening in the
bubble trim-ring to release the lock, and then remove the screwdriver. See the figure
below.
3.
Rotate the Bubble Assembly counterclockwise approximately 20 degrees until the bubble
assembly releases from the Pendant Housing.
Fig. 1.13 Pendant Bubble Release Opening
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2.1
Unpacking
17
This equipment should be unpacked and handled with care. If an item appears to have been
damaged in shipment, notify the shipper immediately.
Verify that all the parts listed in the product's Parts List below are included. If any items are
missing, notify your Bosch Security Systems Sales or Customer Service Representative. See
Customer Support and Service on page iv.
The original packing carton is the safest container in which to transport the unit and must be
used if returning the unit for service. Save it for possible future use.
2.1.1
Parts List
The following table lists the parts included with the Roof Parapet and Pipe mount packages:
Mount Kit Options
Part Numbers
Parapet (Roof) Mount with one of the following Power Supply Boxes
VG4-A-9230
–
Power Supply Box with 120 VAC transformer
VG4-A-PSU1
or 230 VAC transformer
VG4-A-PSU2
–
Power Supply Box with Fiber Optic Module and 120 VAC transformer, VG4-A-PSU1F
or 230 VAC transformer
–
VG4-A-PSU2F
Power Supply Box without transformer (24 VAC) and with Fiber Optic VG4-A-PSU0F
Module
Optional Flat Roof Mount Adapter for VG4-A-9230 Mount (not included)
LTC 9230/01
Pipe Mount (with top-mounting flange, gasket, and Dome cap)
VG4-A-9543
Pipe Mount with one of the following Power Supply Boxes:
LTC 9542/01
–
Power Supply Box with transformer 120 VAC
VG4-A-PSU1
or 230 VAC transformer
VG4-A-PSU2
–
Power Supply Box with Fiber Optic Module and 120 VAC transformer VG4-A-PSU1F
or 230 VAC transformer
–
VG4-A-PSU2F
Power Supply Box without transformer (24 VAC) and with Fiber Optic VG4-A-PSU0F
Module
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The following figure depicts the parts for the roof parapet and pipe mounts.
Trim
Skirt
TRIM SKIRT
Power
Supply
POWER
SUPPLY
Power Supply Cover
POWER SUPPLY COVER
(OPTIONAL)
GASKET
FLANGE
PIPE MOUNT ASSEMBLY
Pipe Mount Assembly
CAP
INTERFACE
MODULE
Interface
Module
Roof
Mount
ROOFParapet
PARAPET
MOUNT
Pendant
Housing
PENDANT
HOUSING
ENVIROMENTAL
Environmental SHIELD
Shield
COMMS MODULE
COMMS Module
CPU Module
CPU MODULE
ThermalMODULE
Module
THERMAL
Camera
Module
CAMERA
MODULE
Dome Bubble
DOME BUBBLE
Fig. 2.1
2.1.2
Roof Parapet and Pipe Mount Parts
Description
Chapter 2 details how to install the AutoDome to a Roof Parapet and a Pipe mount. Any differences to the installation between these two mounting systems are noted. See Chapter 1 if you
are installing a Pendant Arm to a Wall, Corner, or Mast (or pole) or see Chapter 3 if you are
mounting an In-ceiling AutoDome.
The VG4-A-9230 Series are stationary mounts intended for rooftop parapet vertical walls. They
are made of light weight aluminum with a corrosion-resistant finish and are used for all Bosch
AutoDome systems up to a rated load of 29 kg (64 lb). These mounts can be fitted to the
inside or outside of parapet walls and can swivel for ease of positioning and for servicing the
AutoDome.
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Tools Required
2.2
–
5 mm Allen wrench (supplied)
–
Small straight blade screwdrivers ~ 2.5 mm (0.1 in.) - 3.1 mm (1/8 in.)
–
Medium straight blade screwdriver
–
No. 1 and No. 2 Phillips screwdriver
–
Socket wrench and 9/16 in. socket
–
Pipe Wrench
–
Barrel connector (if installing a fiber optic model)
Pre-installation Check List
1.
Determine the location and distance for the power supply box based on its voltage and
current consumption. See Chapter 4: Cable and Wire Standards for wiring information and
distances.
2.
Use only UL listed liquid tight strain reliefs for conduits to the Power Supply Box to
ensure that water cannot enter the box. You must use water tight conduits and fittings to
meet NEMA 4 standards.
!
WARNING! Power and I/O cabling must be routed separately inside different permanently
earthed metal conduits.
3.
Install all rough wiring including: power, control, video coax, alarms I/O, relay I/O, and
fiber optic cabling. See Chapter 4: Cable and Wire Standards for video and control protocol methods.
WARNING! External interconnecting cables are to be installed in accordance to NEC,
ANSI/NFPA70 (for US application) and Canadian Electrical Code, Part I, CSA C22.1 (for CAN
!
application) and in accordance to local country codes for all other countries.
Branch circuit protection incorporating a 20 A, 2-pole Listed Circuit Breaker or Branch Rated
Fuses are required as part of the building installation. A readily accessible 2-pole disconnect
device with a contact separation of at least 3 mm must be incorporated.
4.
Choose the appropriate AutoDome model (indoor or outdoor) for the environment in
5.
Choose the appropriate mounting kit to use depending on the location of the AutoDome:
which it will be used.
Parapet (Roof) mount or the Pipe mount.
CAUTION! Select a rigid mounting location to prevent excessive vibration to the AutoDome
camera.
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Mount Power Supply Box
Before mounting the Power Supply Box decide if you will be wiring the box through the holes
in the bottom or back of the box. If wiring the box through the back, move the two (2) seal
plugs to the bottom holes before mounting.
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NOTICE! Use 3/4-inch NPS (20-mm) fittings for the holes on the bottom and back of the box.
Use 1/2-inch NPS (15-mm) fittings for the side holes. See Figure 2.6 on page 25.
Fig. 2.2
1.
Wall Mount Power Supply
Use the wall mount template supplied in the packaging box to locate the four (4) mounting holes for the Power Supply Box.
2.
Drill four (4) holes for the mounting anchors. If installing outdoor, apply a weatherproof
sealant around each hole at the mounting surface.
3.
4.
Place the Power Supply Box into its Trim Skirt.
Secure the Power Supply Box to the wall using four (4) corrosion-resistant stainless steel
studs (not included).
!
WARNING! A stud diameter of 6.4-mm (1/4-inch) or 8-mm (5/16-inch), able to withstand a
120 kg (265 lb) pull-out force is recommended.
5.
Attach the 3/4-inch (20-mm) watertight pipe fittings (not supplied) to the holes of the
Power Supply Box through which you will run the power, video, and control data wires.
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Attach Cover Door
1.
Compress the bottom hinge pins by pushing the pin lever down and then rotate it behind
the Hinge Pin Stop. The power box Cover Door provides a Hinge Pin Stop to hold the bottom hinge open while attaching the door.
POWER SUPPLY
Power
SupplyBOX
Box
90
COVER DOOR
Cover
Door
o
Align
L
HOLDHinge
HINGEPin
PINOpen
OPEN
Hold
Open
OPEN
Position
POSITION
(FUSE)
HN HL
N
(FUSE)
(FUSE)
ALIGN
Top
TOP
Hinge
HINGE
LINE NC NEUT
GND TXD RXD C+ C-
GND TXD RXD C+ C-
Align
ALIGN
Bottom
BOTTOM
Hinge
HINGE
Hinge Pin
HINGE
PIN Stop
STOP
Fig. 2.3 Align Cover Door Hinge to Power Box
2.
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Open the top hinge by pushing its pin lever outward and holding it open.
NOTICE! Both Hinge Pins must be fully compressed to open (unlock) the female hinges of the
Cover Door before proceeding to the next step.
3.
While holding the top hinge pin open, position the Cover Door to the Power Supply Box
and align its hinges.
4.
When the hinges are aligned, release the top hinge pin to engage its mating hinge on the
power box. Then release the bottom hinge pin from the Hinge Pin Stop to complete
attaching the Cover Door to the Power Supply Box.
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NOTICE! After all wiring is complete, close the cover door and tighten the two (2) captive
screws on the cover door to 10-12 N-m (90-105 in.-lbs) to ensure the Power Supply Box is
watertight.
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Route Wires and Attach Connectors
Power wires must be routed to the left (front) side of the Power Supply Box through a separate conduit. All video, control, and alarm wires must be routed through a second conduit to
the right side of the box. See Chapter 4: Cable and Wire Standards for methods of transmitting
video and data, and for wire specifications.
WARNING! External interconnecting cables are to be installed in accordance to NEC,
ANSI/NFPA70 (for US application) and Canadian Electrical Code, Part I, CSA C22.1 (for CAN
!
application) and in accordance to local country codes for all other countries.
Branch circuit protection incorporating a 20 A, 2-pole Listed Circuit Breaker or Branch Rated
Fuses are required as part of the building installation. A readily accessible 2-pole disconnect
XF103
J103
(LED)
P106
GND TXD RXD Fig. 2.4
XF102
P101
LINE NC NEUT
(FUSE)
L
N
P107
HN HL
FX101
(FUSE)
54321
J101
J102
(FUSE)
device with a contact separation of at least 3 mm must be incorporated.
P105
C+ C-
GND TXD RXD C+ C-
Parapet and Pipe Mount Power Supply Box
There are two possible methods to route the video, control, and alarm wires:
–
One is to route the video, control, and alarm wires through the conduit fitting on the right
–
The second method is to bypass the Power Supply Box and route the video, control, and
(front) side of the Power Supply Box and out to the AutoDome Interface Board.
alarm wires directly to the Interface Board. You connect only the power wires inside the
Power Supply Box.
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NOTICE! Fiber Optic Models require that the Biphase control wires be routed from the Power
Supply Box P106 connector out to the Pipe Interface Board P105 connector.
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Wiring the Power Supply Box
1.
Route the high voltage 115/230 VAC lines through the conduit fitting on the left side of
the box.
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NOTICE! The Power Supply Box with transformer comes with a barrier that separates the high
voltage side on the left from the low voltage 24 VAC side on the right.
2.
Cut and trim the high voltage 115/230 VAC power and ground wires with sufficient slack
to reach their connector terminal in the box, but not so long as to be pinched by or to
obstruct closing the Cover Door. See Figure 2.6 on page 25 for connector location.
3.
Attach the supplied 3-pin Power Plug to the incoming high voltage power wires in the
box. See connector P101 in Table 2.1 on page 25.
4.
Route low power 24 V wires from the right side of the Power Supply Box out to the where
the AutoDome will be mounted, and attach the supplied 5-pin 24 VAC Dome plug to the
wire ends inside the box. See connector P107 in Table 2.1 on page 25.
5.
If you are using UTP for video or Ethernet, route the UTP cable out to where the
AutoDome will be mounted. See Chapter 4: Cable and Wire Standards for fiber optic specifications.
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2.4.2
NOTICE! All video, control, and alarm wires either pass through the Power Supply Box or bypass through it and connect directly to the Pipe Interface Board.
Wiring the Fiber Optic Model
1.
If installing a Fiber Optic model, bring the fiber optic cable into the right side of the
2.
Route a video coax cable from the Power Supply Box to the Pipe Interface Board. Then
power supply box.
attach a BNC connector to the cable end inside the Power Supply Box. See Chapter 4:
Cable and Wire Standards for fiber optic specifications.
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NOTICE! You will need a barrel connector (not supplied) to connect the BNC connector from
the Pipe Interface Board coax cable to the Fiber Optic Module BNC connector.
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Route the control wires from the Power Supply to the Pipe Interface Board. Then attach
the supplied six (6) pin control data connector to the wires in the Power Supply Box.
(TRANSFORMER)
BNC TO DOME
(GND)
(FUSE)
(FUSE)
HN HL
N
(FUSE)
LINE
IN/OUT
IN/OUT
IN/OUT
IN/OUT
LINE NC NEUT
GND TXD RXD C+ C-
ST CONNECTOR
(FIBER)
Data
DATA IN/OUT
IN/OUT
Power
In
POWER IN
Fig. 2.5
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Power Supply Box Connections
The following figure is a detailed illustration of the Roof or Pipe Mount Power Supply Box,
which includes the fuse specifications.
TRANSFORMER
(115/230VAC
MODELS)
CONTROL
IN/OUT
123
CONTROL
TO DOME
P106
GND TXD RXD
(FUSE)
IN/OUT
TO DOME
(FUSE)
P107
(LED)
POWER
IN
J103
LINE NC NEUT
N
L
P101
HN HL
FX101
(FUSE)
24VAC
TO DOME
INTERFACE
BOARD
54321
J102
XF102
J101
XF103
(GROUND SCREW)
1/2 in. (15 mm)
FITTING
IN/OUT
IN/OUT
P105
C+ C-
GND TXD RXD
6 5 4 3 2 1
C+ C-
6 5 4 3 2 1
3/4 in. (20 mm)
FITTING
POWERIn
IN
Power
FUSE SPECIFICATIONS
VOLTS XF101 XF102 XF103
MAINS HEATER CAMERA
24 V T 5.0A T 3.15A T 2.0A
115 V T 1.6A T 3.15A T 2.0A
230 V T 0.8A T 3.15A T 2.0A
CONTROL
DATA
Control
Data
AND VIDEO IN/OUT
and Video IN/OUT
Fig. 2.6 Power Supply Box Connections for Roof or Pipe Mount
!
WARNING! Fuse replacement by qualified service personnel only. Replace with same type
fuse.
The following table lists the Power Supply Box connectors:
No.
Connector
Pin 1
Ground
Grounding Screw
P101 115/230 VAC or 24
Pin 2
Pin 3
Pin 4
Pin 5
Pin 6
Line
NC
Neutral
C-
C+
Earth
RXD (+)
TXD (-)
Signal
(Biphase)
(Biphase)
Ground
(RS-232/485)
(RS-232/485)
Ground
C-
C+
Earth
RXD (+)
TXD (-)
Signal
Ground
VAC Power In
P105 Control to Dome
(Fiber Optic Model)
P106 Control In/Out
(Optional)
P107 24 VAC Power to
Dome Plug
(Biphase)
(Biphase)
Ground
(RS-232/485)
(RS-232/485)
Dome
Dome
Earth
Heater
Heater
24 VAC
24 VAC
Ground
(24 VAC)
(24 VAC)
Table 2.1 Power Box Connections
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2.5
AutoDome Modular Camera System
Installing the VG4-A-9230 Roof Parapet Mount
This section details the installation steps for the Roof Parapet Mount. If you are installing a
pipe mount, see Section 2.6: Installing the VG4-A-9543 Pipe Mount on page 30 for instructions.
Fig. 2.7
1.
VGA-A-9230 Parapet Roof Mount
Determine the wall location on the roof for the AutoDome and use the Parapet wall
mount bracket as a template to mark the hole locations.
NOTICE! Allow enough room below the Parapet Mount Bracket to route the video, control and
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alarm wires up through the Parapet arm. In certain installations you may have to lift the
Parapet arm for the AutoDome to clear the top of the wall when it is swung into position.
Provide enough slack in the wires to rotate the pipe arm over the roof and back when camera
maintenance is required.
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Prepare the mounting surface for the type of fastener by drilling holes for the mounting
anchors as required.
Useaaminimum
minimumofof
Use
sixsix
(6)(6)
fasteners
fasteners(not
(notsupplied)
supplied)
Eight
Eight(8)
(8)fastener
fastenerholes
holesshown
shown.
PipeArm
arm
Pipe
Parapet
Parapet
WallBracket
Bracket
Wall
3/8-16SS
SS
3/8-16
Hex
HeadBolt
Bolt
Hex Head
(supplied)
(supplied)
Apply
Applysealant
sealant
around
arroundeach
each
fastener
fastenerhole
hole
Roof
Plate
RoofMount
Mount
Plate
Fig. 2.8 Parapet Wall Mount Bracket and Roof Mount Plate
NOTICE! Fasteners are not supplied with the Roof Parapet Mount Kit since it depends on the
material to which it is attached. The material must accommodate a minimum pull out strength
of 275 kg (600 lbs). For example, 19 mm (3/4 inch) minimum for plywood. Fasteners can
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include bolts, studs, or lag bolts. All fasteners must be made of corrosion-resistant stainless
steel, with a diameter of 10 mm (3/8 inch).
All bolts must fully extend through the mounting surface and be secured with a flat washer,
lock washer and a nut. All studs must be anchored to concrete or welded to a steel backing
plate. Anchor bolts can be used for blind structures where there is no access to the rear.
3.
Apply a weatherproof sealant around each fastener hole at the mounting surface.
4.
Attach the Parapet Wall Bracket using at least six (6) stainless steel fasteners, three (3)
on each side (the bracket has eight (8) holes). Be careful not to over tighten the fasteners because it may strip the threads. If attaching the parapet mount to a flat roof, attach
the optional LTC 9230/01 Roof Mount Plate to the roof and then attach the Parapet Wall
Bracket to the Roof Mount Plate.
5.
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Remove the End Cap from the front of the arm and feed the video, control, and power
wires up through the bottom of the pipe arm and out the front end.
Capwith
with O-ring
End End
Cap
O-Ring
Parapet
Arm
ParapetPipe
Pipe Arm
1/4-20
SSCap
Cap Screw
1/4 -20
SS
Screw
10-24 SSSS
PanPan
Head Screw
10-24
Head Screw
Down Pipe
Down
Pipe
Fig. 2.9
7.
VG4-A-9230 Parapet Mount
Fold the video, control, and power wires back at the front end of the arm and route them
down and out through the Down Pipe. Then replace the End Cap.
8.
Apply the supplied thread sealant to the Down Pipe threads:
a.
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b.
Apply a bead of sealant completely around the leading threads of the male fitting.
c.
Force the adhesive into the threads to thoroughly fill all voids.
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Thread the Pipe Cap onto the down pipe and tighten securely. Then secure the cap with
the set screw.
!
WARNING! You must thread the Dome Cap onto the Down Pipe until it is tight, and secure it
with the set screw. Failure to do so can result in damage, serious injury, or death.
Sealant
THREAD Thread
SEALANT
Set Screw
SET SCREW
Dome
Cap
DOME
CAP
Fig. 2.10 Attach Dome Cap.
10. Proceed to Section 2.10: Make Connections in Power Supply Box on page 37.
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NOTICE! Use a guy-wire to aid in stabilizing the Parapet Arm. Replace the 1/4 inch cap screw
with a threaded 1/4-inch stainless steel eye bolt (not supplied). Loop the guy-wire through the
eye bolt and attach both ends to anchor spots on the roof. See Figure 2.9 on page 28.
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Installing the VG4-A-9543 Pipe Mount
This section details the installation steps for the VG4-A-9543 Pipe Mount. If you are installing
the Roof Parapet mount, see Figure 2.9 on page 28 for instructions.
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NOTICE! Customer must supply 1-1/2 inch (NPS) pipe threaded on both ends with a minimum
length of 5 inches (12.7 cm).
Gasket
GASKET
Flange
FLANGE
55in.
in. min.
min.
12.7
cm
12.7 cm
CAP
Cap
Fig. 2.11 Pipe Mount
1.
Before installing the Top-Mounting Flange, ensure there is an adequate opening in the
ceiling or mounting structure for the wires to pass through.
2.
Secure the pipe Flange with supplied gasket to the ceiling or other supporting structure
using four (4) 10-mm (3/8-inch) diameter fasteners.
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NOTICE! Each fastener must have a minimum pullout strength of 275 kg (600 lbs). The
mounting material must be able to withstand this pull out force. For example, 19-mm
(3/4-inch) minimum for plywood.
3.
!
Attach pipe (not supplied) to the Top-Mounting Flange and secure it with the set screw.
WARNING! You must thread the pipe onto the Top-Mounting Flange until it is tight, then
secure it with the set screw. Failure to do so can result in damage, serious injury or death.
4.
Route the power, video, control, and alarm wires through the Top-Mounting Flange and
down the pipe.
5.
6.
Apply the supplied thread sealant to the threads on the Pipe.
a.
Make sure all surfaces are clean and dry.
b.
Apply a bead of sealant completely around the leading threads of the male fitting.
c.
Force the adhesive into the threads to thoroughly fill all voids.
Thread the Pipe Cap onto the down pipe and tighten securely to prevent leaks. Then
secure it with the set screw. See Figure 2.10 on page 29.
!
WARNING! You must thread the Dome Cap onto the pipe until it is tight, then secure it with
the set screw. Failure to do so can result in damage or serious injury or death.
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Wire Pipe Interface Board
This section provides instructions for connecting wires and cables to the Pipe Interface Board,
as illustrated below. See Chapter 4: Cable and Wire Standards for cable and wiring recommendations and specifications.
VIDEO
COAX
IN
J102
P102
P103
BNC
6 GND
5CABLE
ALARM
TIE#7
SLOT
4 ALARM #6
3 ALARM #5
26-PIN
ALARM
#4
CONNECTOR
1 ALARM #3
ALARMS
IN
(3 - 7)
4 GND
4-PIN CONNECTOR
ALARMS OUT (1 - 3)
7 GND
P104
6 ALARM #2
- BIPHASE 1
+ BIPHASE 2
EARTH GROUND 3
- RxD 4
3 N.C.
RELAY OUTPUT
2 COM
P105
#2
DATA
IN/OUT
5 ALARM #1
4 EARTH GROUND
1 N.O.
3 DOME 24VAC
P101
+ TxD 5
SIGNAL GND 6
#1
ALARMS IN
(EoLR Supervised)
(1 -2)
2 EARTH GROUND
#3
DOME POWER
P107
1 DOME 24VAC
2 HEATER 24VAC
HEATER POWER
1 HEATER 24VAC
RJ45
Ethernet
or UTP Video
P106
J101
WIRE GAUGE CHART
#1: AWG 26-16
#2: AWG 26-16
#3: AWG 18-14
TO AUTODOME
Fig. 2.12 Pipe Interface Board Connections
!
WARNING! 24 VAC Class II power supply only.
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Attach a BNC connector to the video coax cable and connect it to its mating connector
J102 on the Interface Board. If using UTP for video or Ethernet, attach an RJ45 connector
plug to the UTP cable and connect the plug to its mating connector J101 on the Interface
Board.
!
WARNING! Do not connect the RJ45 connector unless using UTP video or Ethernet. This
connection causes video distortion.
2.
Attach the control data in/out wires to their respective terminals on the P105 connector
on the Interface Board. See Figure 2.12 on page 31 for an illustration of these connections.
NOTICE! If “daisy chaining” a series of AutoDomes, you must apply a terminating resistor to
the last dome of the series. The Interface Board is supplied with a 110 Ω terminating resistor
located between the Biphase terminals C- and C+ (pins 1 and 2) of the P105 control
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connector. Remove the resistor from all but the last AutoDome Interface Board. The maximum
number of AutoDomes that can be daisy chained is four (4).
If using the RS485 protocol for control, switch the terminating resistor from the biphase C+
and C- terminals to the RXD- and TXD+ terminals (pins 4 and 5) of the P105 control connector
of the last dome.
3.
Connect the 24 VAC power wires to the P101 connector on the pipe Interface Board. If
this model has a heater, connect the 24 VAC heater power wires to connector P107.
4.
To connect alarm inputs and outputs, attach the supplied 6-pin Alarms In and the 4-pin
Alarms Out connector plugs with flying leads to the appropriate alarm wires. Then connect the plugs to their mating connectors P103 and P102 on the Pipe Interface Board.
ALARM IN 3
ALARM IN 4
ALARM IN 5
ALARM IN 6
ALARM IN 7
ALARM GROUND
WHITE
BROWN
ORANGE
GREEN
YELLOW
BLUE
7-PIN RELAY CONNECTOR
4-PIN
ALARM OUT
CONNECTOR
6-PIN
ALARM IN
CONNECTOR
A1 A2 GND
WHITE
BROWN
ORANGE
GREEN
N.O. COM N.C. ALARM OUT 1
ALARM OUT 2
ALARM OUT 3
ALARM GROUND
1- N.O.
2- COM
3- N.C.
4- EARTH GROUND
5- ANALOG ALARM 1
6- ANALOG ALARM 2
7- GROUND
* Low Voltage TTL (3.3V) can also be used.
Fig. 2.13 Alarm and Relay Connector Plugs
5.
To connect supervised alarms and relays, attach the appropriate wires to their terminals
on the P104 connector on the pipe Interface Board (see Figure 2.13, above). In addition,
see Chapter 5: Alarms and Relay Connections for more details on wiring alarms and relays.
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NOTICE! A slot located at the top of the Interface Board is provided to tie the wires to the
circuit board with a cable tie.
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Insert the Pipe Interface Board into the down pipe and fasten the three (3) retaining
screws to secure the board to the Dome Cap.
CAUTION! Be careful not to strip the threads when tightening the Pipe Interface Board
retaining screws.
Pendant Mounting
PENDANT
MOUNTING
Screws
(2)
SCREWS (2)
Interface
Board
INTERFACE
BOARD
Retaining
Screws(3)
(3)
RETAINING
SCREWS
Fig. 2.14 Pipe Interface Board to Dome Cap Assembly
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2.8
AutoDome Modular Camera System
Assemble the Pendant in Packing Box
The AutoDome Pendant can be assembled before attaching it to the roof or pipe mount. The
Pendant includes a Housing, Camera Module, and Bubble.
1.
Open the box containing the Pendant Housing from the top, and remove the two cardboard inserts from the top of the box.
2.
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Remove the plastic bag from the Pendant Housing, and then place it back into its box.
NOTICE! The Pendant Housing box is designed to hold the housing in-place during the
assembly of the Pendant.
3.
Remove the Camera Module from its packing box, and remove the protective plastic bag.
4.
Align the yellow locking tab on the Camera Module base to the (yellow) label on the CPU
board, and gently seat the camera onto its connector.
Fig. 2.15 Align Lock Tab and Install Camera Module
5.
Rotate the base of the Camera Module clockwise (approximately 60 degrees) until the
yellow tab locks in place.
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6.
Remove the bubble from its packing box, and then remove the protective plastic bag.
7.
Place the Bubble Assembly over the Camera Module. Using both hands firmly rotate the
Bubble Assembly clockwise (approximately 1/8 turn) until it locks in place. (An audible
click can be heard when it locks.)
Fig. 2.16 Attach the Pendant Bubble Assembly
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Attach Pendant to Pipe and Tighten
1.
Before attaching the Pendant, visually inspect the Pendant dome and the Interface Board
connectors for any blocked pin holes and bent pins.
2.
Tilt the Pendant enough to place its mounting hook on top of the its housing, over the
recessed hinge pin of the Dome Cap.
2.
Hook
2. HOOK
and
Drop
AND
DROP
Dome
Cap
DOME CAP
RECESSED Hinge Pin
Recessed
HINGE PIN
Dome
DOME Connector
CONNECTOR
TILT Dome
DOME
1.1. Tilt
4.TIGHTEN
TightenTWO
Two(2)(2)
4.
MOUNTING
MountingSCREWS
Screws
3. Rotate
Down
3. ROTATE
DOWN
ToTO
Engage
ENGAGE
DOME
CONNECTOR
Dome
Connector
Fig. 2.17 Pendant to Roof / Pipe Mount Attachment
3.
Drop the Pendant down slightly to engage the dome hook and hinge pin of the Dome Cap,
allowing the dome to rotate around the hinge pin.
4.
Rotate the dome housing down to a vertical position and gently push upward to engage
the connector on top of the dome housing.
CAUTION! If you feel any resistance when rotating the dome housing or when engaging the
connector, stop immediately and start over.
5.
Hold the housing firmly in position and alternately tighten the two (2) 5-mm Allen head
mounting screws from above to a torque value of 10-12 N-m (90-105 in.-lbs).
6.
Rotate the arm to swing the AutoDome out from the roof and into position, if installing a
Parapet Roof Mount.
7.
Tighten the three (3) 10-mm (3/8-inch) stainless steel hex bolts on the bracket to lock
the Parapet Arm in position. See Figure 2.8 on page 27 for an illustration.
CAUTION! Do not over tighten the bolts. The maximum torque is 34 N-m (25 ft-lb).
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Make Connections in Power Supply Box
The following procedure references Figure 2.6 on page 25 to locate the various connectors in
the box and to make the proper connections.
1.
Attach the earth ground wire to the grounding screw on the left side of the box.
2.
Connect the 24 VAC to Dome plug, installed previously, to its mating connector P107 on
the right side of the box.
3.
Connect the 115/230 VAC, 3-pin Power-In plug, installed previously, to its matting connector P101 on the left side of the box.
2.10.1
Connections for Fiber Optic Models
The following procedure references Figure 2.5 on page 24.
1.
If installing a Fiber Optic model, attach the incoming ST fiber plug to its mating connector
on the Fiber Optic Module in the power box.
2.
Connect the video BNC connector from the dome to the Fiber Optic Module BNC connector.
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NOTICE! A BNC barrel connector (not supplied) is required to connect the male BNC of the
dome to the male BNC connector of the Fiber Optic Module.
3.
Connect the six (6) control plugs from the dome, installed previously, to the P106 control
I/O connector in the Power Supply Box.
Removing the Pendant Bubble
To service the AutoDome Pendant, use the following procedure to remove the Bubble:
1.
Using both hands, apply a firm counterclockwise (looking up at the dome) rotational
force on the Pendant Bubble Assembly to set the bubble latch.
2.
Insert a small (2 mm) straight blade screw driver into the release opening in the bubble
trim-ring to release the lock, and then remove the screwdriver.
Fig. 2.18 Pendant Bubble Release Opening
3.
Firmly rotate the bubble counterclockwise approximately 20 degrees until the bubble
assembly releases from the Pendant Housing.
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3.1
Unpacking
39
This equipment should be unpacked and handled with care. If an item appears to have been
damaged in shipment, notify the shipper immediately.
Verify that all the parts listed in the product's Parts List below are included. If any items are
missing, notify your Bosch Security Systems Sales or Customer Service Representative. See
Customer Support and Service on page iv.
The original packing carton is the safest container in which to transport the unit and must be
used if returning the unit for service. Save it for possible future use.
3.1.1
Parts List
The following table lists the parts included with the In-ceiling mount packages.
In-ceiling Mount Kit
Quantity
Item
Part Number
1
Interface Box
F01U010497
1
In-ceiling Housing
F01U010500
1
Camera Module
VG4-MCAM-XXX
1
Bracket Assembly
F01U504527
1
Dome Bubble with white trim ring
F01U009062 (Tinted)
(COMMS and CPU modules installed)
F01U009063 (Clear)
1
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The following figure depicts the parts for the in-ceiling mount.
INTERFACE MODULE
Interface Module
IN-CEILING HOUSING
In-ceiling Housing
COMMS Module
CPU Module
Fig. 3.1
3.1.2
COMMS MODULE
CPU MODULE
Camera Module
CAMERA MODULE
Dome Bubble
(Clear or Tinted)
DOME BUBBLE
(CLEAR OR TINTED)
In-Ceiling Parts
Description
This chapter details how to install the AutoDome in an In-Ceiling Mount. The In-Ceiling
AutoDome system is suitable for use in environmental air spaces. See Chapter 1 for instructions to install an AutoDome Pendant Arm to a Wall, Corner, or Mast (or pole), or see Chapter
2 for instructions to install a Parapet (Roof) or Pipe Mount AutoDome system.
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Tools Required
–
3.2
Straight slot screwdrivers ~ 2.5 mm (0.1 in.) - 3.1 mm (1/8 in.)
–
No. 2 Phillips screwdriver
–
Appropriate tool for cutting hole in drywall or ceiling tile
–
Pliers
Pre-installation Check List
1.
Determine the location and distance for the power supply box based on its voltage and
2.
Install all rough wiring including: power, control, video, alarms I/O, relay I/O, and fiber
current consumption. See Chapter 4: Cable and Wire Standards for specifications.
optic cabling.
!
WARNING! 24 VAC Class II power supply only.
3.
A minimum of 216-mm (8 1/2-inch) of air space above the ceiling is required to install the
In-Ceiling Mount.
3.3
Dimensions
176.8
DIA.
6.96
210.7
8.30
150.2
5.91
19.0
0.75
94.0
3.70
153.9
6.06
204.3
8.04
mm
inches
Fig. 3.2 In-ceiling Dimensional Outline
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Prepare Drywall Ceiling for Installation
1.
Choose the desired location to mount the dome.
2.
Use the bracket Base Plate as a template or cut a 178 mm (7 in.) hole in the ceiling with a
drywall utility saw or Jig Saw. Proceed to Section 3.6: Wire the Interface Box on page 44
for further instructions.
3.5
Prepare Suspension Ceiling for Installation
1.
Choose the desired location to mount the dome, and remove an adjacent ceiling tile.
2.
Loosen the four (4) securing screws, located in the corners of the Bracket Assembly,
enough to hold the suspension bars but still allowing adjustment during installation.
3.
Place the Bracket Assembly over the ceiling tile, which is used to mount the In-Ceiling
AutoDome. Then snap the Bar Clips of the bracket to the ceiling rails.
C
A
B
D
Fig. 3.3
Suspension Ceiling Bracket (Top View)
A
Suspension Bars
C
Securing Screw (4)
B
Base Plate
D
Bar Clips
4.
Use the bracket Base Plate as a template or cut a 178 mm (7 in.) hole in the center of the
ceiling tile with a drywall utility saw or Jig Saw.
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Tighten the four (4) securing screws to the Bracket Assembly.
Fig. 3.5 Tighten Bracket Securing Screw
6.
Secure the Bracket Assembly to an overhead securing point with a safety wire.
Fig. 3.6 Secure Bracket Assembly
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Wire the Interface Box
The Interface Box can be wired through the top or side. Use the supplied rubber plug to seal
the hole which will not be used to route wires.
TXD (-)
SIG GND
DATA IN/OUT
FIBER OPTICS
RXD (+)
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
AGND
P103
+C
J103
- C
P105
ETHERNET
OR UTP
VIDEO
ALARMS
OUT
OUT1
OUT2
OUT3
AGND
P102
AGND
ANALOG IN
J101
COAX
VIDEO
A2
A1
NC
RELAY
J102
ALARM IN
COM
NO
P104
24VAC
DOME
POWER
24VAC
P101
Fig. 3.7
Interface Box Connections
After routing all video, control, power, and alarm wires:
1.
Attach a 3/4-inch NPS (20-mm) conduit fitting to the hole in which you bring in the wires.
Be sure to thread the inside nut to the conduit fitting.
2.
Route the video, control, power, and alarm wires through the conduit fitting and into the
Interface Box.
3.
Cut and trim the wires allowing for sufficient slack to their respective terminals in the
box.
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NOTICE! If installing the dome to a drywall ceiling, allow enough wire to make the
connections in the Interface Box below the ceiling. See Figure 3.9 on page 45 for connector
locations and Table 3.1 on page 45 for wire connections.
4.
Attach the video and control data in/out wires to their respective terminals in the Interface Box. See Table 3.1 on page 45 for terminal connections.
5.
If using UTP for video or Ethernet, you must attach an RJ45 connector plug to the incoming UTP cable and connect it to its matting connector J101 in the Interface Box. See
Chapter 4: Cable and Wire Standards for specifications.
6.
7.
Connect the 24 VAC power wires to the P101 connector in the Interface Box.
To connect alarm inputs and outputs, attach the supplied 6-pin Alarms In and the 4-pin
Alarms Out connector plugs with flying leads to the appropriate alarm wires. Then connect the plugs to their mating connectors P103 and P102 in the Interface Box.
ALARM IN 3
ALARM IN 4
ALARM IN 5
ALARM IN 6
ALARM IN 7
ALARM GROUND
WHITE
BROWN
ORANGE
GREEN
YELLOW
BLUE
7-PIN RELAY CONNECTOR
4-PIN
ALARM OUT
CONNECTOR
6-PIN
ALARM IN
CONNECTOR
A1 A2 GND
WHITE
BROWN
ORANGE
GREEN
N.O. COM N.C. ALARM OUT 1
ALARM OUT 2
ALARM OUT 3
ALARM GROUND
1- N.O.
2- COM
3- N.C.
4- EARTH GROUND
5- ANALOG ALARM 1
6- ANALOG ALARM 2
7- GROUND
* Low Voltage TTL (3.3V) can also be used.
Fig. 3.8
8.
Alarm and Relay Connector Plugs
To connect supervised alarms and relays, attach the appropriate wires to their terminals
on the P104 connector on the Pipe Interface Board. See Chapter 5: Alarms and Relay Connections for more details on wiring alarms.
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Interface Box Connections
The following figure is a detailed illustration of the In-ceiling Interface box.
J101
P101
FIBER OPTICS
DOME
POWER
P105
COAX
VIDEO
- C
+C
RXD (+)
TXD (-)
SIG GND
ANALOG IN
RELAY
P102
P104
ALARMS
OUT
P103
ALARM IN
24VAC
DATA IN/OUT
24VAC
J102
J103
ETHERNET
OR UTP
VIDEO
NO
COM
NC
A1
A2
AGND
OUT1
OUT2
OUT3
AGND
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
AGND
Fig. 3.9 In-ceiling Interface Box
The following table summarizes the pin connectors and their function:
No.
Connector
Pin 1
Pin 2
Pin 3
Pin 4
Pin 5
P103 Alarms In
Alarm 1
Alarm 2
Alarm 3
Alarm 4
GND
P102 Alarms Out
Alarm 1
Alarm 2
Alarm 3
GND
P104 Analog Relay
Relay N.O. Relay
COM
Relay
N.C.
Earth
P105 Data In/Out
C(BiPhase)
C+
(BiPhase)
Earth
Ground
RXD (+)
(RS-232/485)
P101 24 VAC
Line
Earth
Neutral
J102
Video BNC
Connector Input
J101
UTP/Ethernet
Connector Input
Pin 6
Pin 7
Alarm 1
Alarm 2
Ground
TXD (-)
(RS-232/485)
Signal
Ground
Table 3.1 Interface Box Wire Terminals
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Attach Housing to the Interface Box
The In-Ceiling Housing is attached to the Interface Box and secured by two (2) thumbscrews.
Fig. 3.10 Attach Housing to Interface Box
1.
Insert the In-ceiling housing through the hole in the ceiling to verify that the edge of the
hole support the unit. Then remove the housing from the hole.
2.
Align the ball studs of the In-Ceiling Housing to the Stud Retainers on Interface Box and
attach.
3.
Tighten the two (2) Thumbscrews to secure the Interface Box to the housing.
Interface Box
Ball Stud
Retainer
Thumb Screw
Ball Stud
In-ceiling
Housing
Tether Point
Ceiling Clamp
Fig. 3.11 In-Ceiling Housing and Interface Board
!
CAUTION! The In-ceiling dome is provided with tether points on each side of the housing. To
prevent injury, attach a safety wire from a secure anchor point above the ceiling to a tether
point on the dome housing, see Figure 3.12 on page 47 for an illustration of this process.
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Secure Housing to Ceiling
The In-Ceiling Housing is secured to the ceiling by two (2) screw clamps.
1.
Insert the In-ceiling Mount Assembly through the hole in the ceiling.
2.
Tighten both clamps using a #2 Phillips screwdriver, to secure the housing to the ceiling.
Tether
TETHER
Point
POINT
Tether
TETHER
Point
POINT
Ceiling
CEILING
Clamp
CLAMP
Ceiling
CEILING
Clamp
CLAMP
41.7 Max.
MAX.
41.7
1.64 Ceiling
CEILING
1.64
12.7MIN.
Min.
12.7
0.50CEILING
Ceiling
0.50
mm
mm
inches
inches
Clockwise to
CLOCKWISE TO
EngageCLAMP
Clamp
ENGAGE
Fig. 3.12 Secure Dome to Ceiling
!
CAUTION! Over torquing the Ceiling Clamps can damage the clamp or ceiling. Only tighten
the clamp until it contacts the ceiling and you start to feel some resistance. If using a power
screwdriver, set the torque level to the lowest setting.
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Align and Install Camera Module
The Camera Module connector attaches to the In-Ceiling Housing CPU board.
1.
Align the yellow locking tab on the base of the Camera Module to the yellow label on the
CPU Module and press the camera base onto its connector.
2.
Then rotate the camera clockwise (approximately 60 degrees) until it locks in position.
Fig. 3.13 Install Camera Module and Bubble
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Attach Bubble
The Dome Bubble/trim assembly attaches to the In-Ceiling Housing.
1.
Place the bubble over the Camera Module, and align it until it settles.
2.
Rotate the bubble clockwise until it locks in position. See Figure 3.13 on page 48.
NOTICE! The dome bubble comes assembled with a white trim ring. An optional black trim
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ring is supplied separately. To replace the white trim ring, remove the four (4) Phillips head
screws from the inner ring and remove the white trim ring. Then place the black trim ring over
the inner ring, and replace and tighten the four (4) screws.
In-ceiling
In-Ceiling
Housing
Housing
Ceiling
Ceiling
Camera
Module
Camera
Module
Bubble
Bubble
Fig. 3.14 In-Ceiling Bubble
Bubble Removal
To service the In-Ceiling AutoDome, use the following procedure to remove the Bubble:
1.
Loosen the lockscrew in the trim ring using a P1 or smaller Phillips screwdriver until the
bubble can rotate freely.
2.
Then rotate the bubble counterclockwise approximately 1/4 turn until it releases from
the In-Ceiling Housing. See the figure below for an illustration.
Lockscrew
LOCK
SCREW
Fig. 3.15 Bubble Release Screw
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4.1
Power
115/230 VAC
Copper Wire
4.2
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To comply with local codes.
Wire Distance Guide for Pendant
24 V to AutoDome
INDOOR ANALOG
100 Series
200, 300 Series
500 Series
VA / Watts
14 /7.5
18 / 10
27 / 15
14 AWG (2.5 mm) 16 AWG (1.5 mm) 18 AWG (1.0 mm)
248 m (813 ft)
156 m (512 ft)
98 m (322 ft)
193 m (632 ft)
121 m (398 ft)
76 m (250 ft)
129 m (422 ft)
81 m (265 ft)
51 m (167 ft)
INDOOR ETHERNET
100 Series
200, 300 Series
500 Series
VA / Watts
21 / 11.5
25 / 14
35 /19
14 AWG (2.5 mm) 16 AWG (1.5 mm) 18 AWG (1.0 mm)
165 m (542 ft)
104 m (341 ft)
65 m (215 ft)
139 m (455 ft)
87 m (287 ft)
55 m (180 ft)
99 m (325 ft)
62 m (205 ft)
39 m (129 ft)
OUTDOOR ANALOG1
100 Series
200, 300 Series
500 Series
VA / Watts
14 AWG (2.5 mm) 16 AWG (1.5 mm) 18 AWG (1.0 mm)
OUTDOOR ETHERNET1
100 Series
200, 300 Series
500 Series
VA / Watts
47 / 43.5
50 / 46
55 / 51
52 / 47.5
54 / 50
60 / 55
74 m (242 ft)
69 m (228 ft)
63 m (207 ft)
46 m (152 ft)
44 m (143 ft)
40 m (130 ft)
29 m (96 ft)
27 m (90 ft)
25 m (82 ft)
14 AWG (2.5 mm) 16 AWG (1.5 mm) 18 AWG (1.0 mm)
67 m (219 ft)
64 m (211 ft)
58 m (190 ft)
42 m (138 ft)
40 m (133 ft)
36 m (119 ft)
26 m (87 ft)
25 m (83 ft)
23 m (75 ft)
1. Standard heater module
Table 4.1 Maximum Wire Distances from Power Supply to AutoDome Pendant
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Video and Control Cables
Coaxial Cable
Coaxial cable terminated with BNC connectors is the most common method for transmitting
composite video. Bilinx control data can also be sent over the same cable.
Bilinx is a Bosch 2-way communication protocol that allows remote control, configuration, and
updates over a video coax cable. Bilinx is available on all AutoDomes, except Ethernet models,
using the standard communications module.
AutoDome Series 300 and 500 feature cable compensation or “Pre-Comp,” which extends the
normal range of control from the head end.
Cable Compensation
Cable Type
RG-59/U
RG-6/U
RG-11/U
Size
Shield
Central Conductor
Terminal Connector
Maximum Distance
With Pre-comp OFF
With Pre-comp ON
300 m (1000 ft)
600 m (2000 ft)
450 m (1500 ft)
900 m (3000 ft)
600 m (2000 ft)
1200 m (4000 ft)
O.D. between 4.6 mm (0.181 in.) and 7.9 mm (0.312 in.)
Copper braid: 95%
Standard copper center
BNC
UTP
Unshielded twisted pair (UTP) cable terminated with RJ45 male connectors are used to transmit composite video using pins 1(+) and 2(-). Typically, a Coax to UTP cable converter is
required at the head-end of the system.
Bilinx control data can also be sent over the same two video wires (1 & 2). Bilinx is a Bosch 2way communication protocol that allows remote control, configuration and updates over a
passive UTP cable.
AutoDome Series 300 and 500 feature cable compensation or “Pre-Comp,” which extends the
normal range of control from the head end.
Cable Compensation
Maximum Distance
With Pre-comp OFF
With Pre-comp ON
229 m (750 ft)
450 m (1500 ft)
RJ45
Coax to UTP Converter
Cable Type
CAT5 UTP
Terminal Connector
Requirement
The following figure illustrates the connections necessary to transmit video and control over a
UTP cable.
Head
HEAD
End
END
Video
VIDEO
Coax
COAX
Pins
PINS
1(+) & 2(-)
+
-
Auto
AUTO
Dome
DOME
RJ45
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Ethernet
AutoDome Ethernet models are connected to a 10/100 Base-T network either directly or via a
hub. Both video and control are transmitted over a standard TCP/IP network using the built-in
web server.
.
!
Cable Type
Maximum Distance
Bandwidth
Terminal Connector
UTP CAT-5
100 m (328 ft)
10/100 Base-T
RJ45
NOTICE! Do not connect the RJ45 connector unless using UTP video or Ethernet.
Fiber Optic
Fiber Optic models transmit both video and biphase control over single mode or multimode
fiber. Use a standard male ST fiber connector to terminate connections.
Multimode
Fiber Type
Maximum Distance
Minimum Bandwidth
Requirement
Terminal Connector
50/125 mm, 62.5/125 mm, low loss multimode glass fiber
4 km (2.5 miles)
20 MHz (Video - 850 nm / Control - 1300 nm)
Bosch LTC 4629 Fiber Receiver at controller end of system
ST
Single Mode
Fiber Type
Maximum Distance
Minimum Bandwidth
Requirement
Terminal Connector
9/125 mm, low loss single glass fiber
16 km (10 miles)
20 MHz (Video/Control - 1300 nm)
Single mode fiber receiver at controller end of system
ST
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Control-only Cables
Biphase (Shielded 2-wire, half-duplex, multi-drop, 5000 ft. cable limit)
Biphase is the standard Bosch protocol used to send Pan/Tilt/Zoom control over 2-wire
shielded twisted pair (STP) terminated with a 110 Ω terminal resistor.
The AutoDome has a 110 Ω termination resistor between the Biphase C+ and C- terminals.
CAUTION! The Biphase shield must be connected to the head end only.
Cable Type
Distance
Transmission Rate
Gage
Termination
Terminal Connector
Voltage
STP - Shielded Twisted Pair
1524 m (5000 ft) Belden 8760 recommended
31.25 KHz
1.02 mm (18 AWG)
110 Ω
Screw terminals
4 Vp-p
The figure below illustrates the connections necessary for Biphase operation.
AutoDome
AutoDome
Data
Data In/Out
In/Out
(BIPHASE) C- 1
Head
Head End
End
Biphase
Biphase
C-
110 ohm
(BIPHASE) C+ 2
C+
NC X
EARTH GROUND 3
SHIELD
RXD 4
TXD 5
SIGNAL GND 6
P105/P106
P105 / P106
Connector
Connector
Fig. 4.2
Connections for Biphase Operation
In a daisy chain configuration, where multiple domes are connected in series, the 110 Ω resistor must be removed from all but the last dome. You can daisy chain a maximum of eight (8)
AutoDomes.
Last
LastDome
Dome
Data
Data In/Out
In/Out
(BIPHASE) C- 1
Dome
Dome
3
3
110 ohm
(BIPHASE) C+ 2
NC X
EARTH GROUND 3
Dome
Dome
1
1
Dome
Dome
2
2
C-
C-
C-
C+
C+
C+
S
NC X
S
NC X
S
Head End
End
Biphase
Biphase
CC+
NC X
SHIELD
RXD 4
TXD 5
SIGNAL GND 6
P105/P106
P105 / P106
Connector
Connector
Fig. 4.3
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RS232 (3-wire, full-duplex, single-ended, 50 ft. cable limit)
RS232 is a common, single-ended communication protocol used for control. Data transmission via 3-wires (TDX, RXD, common) is from one transmitter to one receiver at relatively slow
data rates up to 57.6 Kb and short distances up to 50 ft.
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NOTICE! After making the wire connections for RS232 operation, reposition the slide switch
located on the CPU Module to the camera head inward and away from the LEDs.
Wire Type
Distance
Maximum Baud Rate
Voltage
Termination
Slide Switch
3-wire (TXD, RXD, common)
50 ft (15 m)
57.6 Kb
+/- 15 V
110 Ω
Toward LEDs (factory default)
Head End
Head
End
RS232
RS232
AutoDome
AutoDome
Data In/Out
Data In/Out
(BIPHASE) C- 1
(BIPHASE) C+ 2
EARTH GROUND 3
RXD 4
TXD
TXD 5
RXD
SIGNAL GND 6
GND
P105/P106
P105
/ P106
Connector
Connector
Fig. 4.4 Connections for RS232 Operation
SWITCH
Switch
Location
LOCATION
LEDs
LEDs
RS232
RS232
ModuleBOARD
Board
CPUCPU
MODULE
Fig. 4.5 Position of CPU Switch for RS232 Operation
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RS485 (2-wire (shielded), half-duplex, differential, multi-drop (32 nodes), 4000 ft cable limit)
RS485 is capable of controlling a true multi-drop network and is specified for up to 32 drivers
and 32 receivers on a single 2-wire bus. The AutoDome uses the 2-wire mode, although RS485
can be connected in a 2- or 4-wire mode.
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NOTICE! The wire shield must be tied to signal at both ends, if 2-wire twisted pair is used.
NOTICE! After connecting the wires for RS485 operation, make sure the slide switch on the
main board to the camera head is positioned toward the LEDs (default).
Wire Type
Distance
Maximum Baud Rate
Slide Switch
2-wire shielded twisted pair
1219 m (4000 ft)
57.6 kb
Toward LEDs (factory default)
The following figure illustrates the connections for RS485 connections.
AutoDome
AutoDome
Data In/Out
Head End
End
Head
RS485
RS485
Data In/Out
(BIPHASE) C- 1
(BIPHASE) C+ 2
EARTH GROUND 3
RXD 4
DATA +
110 ohm
TXD 5
DATA -
SIGNAL GND 6
GND
P105
/ P106
P105/P106
Connector
Connector
Fig. 4.6
Connections for RS485 Operations
SWITCH
Switch
LOCATION
Location
LEDs
LEDs
RS485
RS485
CPUCPU
MODULE
ModuleBOARD
Board
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Alarm Inputs
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The AutoDome provides seven alarm inputs. Each input can be activated by dry contact
devices such as pressure pads, passive infra-red detectors, door contacts, and similar devices.
The table below summarizes the size and distance wires.
Wire Size
Maximum Distance
AWG
mm
feet
meters
22
0.644
500
152.4
18
1.024
800
243.8
Table 5.1 Alarm wire guide
You wire alarms either Normally Open (N.O.) or Normally Closed (N.C.), and must program the
alarm inputs N.O. (the default) or N.C. through the AutoDome main menu.
The AutoDome incorporates two (2) types of alarms: Non-supervised and Supervised. In addition to transmitting an alarm condition, a supervised alarm also transmits a tamper condition.
Depending on how the alarm is configured, a short or a break in the alarm’s circuit can trigger
the tamper signal.
5.2
Configuring Supervised Alarms (inputs 1 and 2)
To configure Alarm 1 or 2 (pin 5 or 6) for supervision, you must install a 2.2 K end-of-line resistor in the circuit. Then, you program the alarms through the AutoDome main menu to either
Normally Open Supervised (N.O.S.) or Normally Closed Supervised (N.C.S.).
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5.2.1
NOTICE! Only Alarms 1 & 2 (pins 5 or 6) can be configured for supervision. Once a supervised
alarm is programmed it does not need to be enabled to indicate a tamper condition.
Configuring a Normally Open Supervised Alarm
1.
Install a 2.2 K end-of-line resistor in the alarm circuit.
2.
Connect the alarm to input 1 or 2 (pin 5 or 6) and to the ground (pin 7) at the AutoDome.
Alarm
or22ONLY
only(PIN
(Pin
ALARM 11OR
5 OR56)or 6)
2.2 K
2.2K
Dry
DRY
CONTACT
Contact
DOME CONNECTOR
Dome
Connector
GROUND (PIN
7) 7)
Ground
(Pin
Fig. 5.1 N.O.S. - Normally Open Supervised Connections
3.
From the AutoDome main menu, select Alarms Setup>Inputs Setup, and set the Alarm
Input # to N.O.S. See the table below for contact and condition details.
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Normal
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Alarm
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Configuring a Normally Closed Supervised Alarm
1.
Install a 2.2 K end-of-line resistor in the alarm circuit.
2.
Connect the alarm to input 1 or 2 (pin 5 or 6) and to the ground (pin 7) at the AutoDome.
2.2
2.2K K
Alarm
or 22ONLY
only(PIN
(Pin
5 6)
or 6)
ALARM 1
1 OR
5 OR
Dry
DRY
Contact
CONTACT
DOME CONNECTOR
Dome
Connector
Ground
(Pin7)7)
GROUND (PIN
Fig. 5.2
3.
N.C.S. - Normally Closed Supervised Connections
From the AutoDome main menu select Alarm Setup>Inputs Setup, and set Alarm Input #
to N.C.S. See the table below for contact and condition details.
AutoDome Programmed N.C.S.
5.3
Contact
Alarm Condition
Open
Alarm
Closed
Normal
Short
Tamper
Configuring Non-supervised Alarms (inputs 1 through 7)
You can configure alarms 3 through 7 as non-supervised Normally Open (N.O.) or Normally
Closed (N.C.) alarms.
5.3.1
Configuring a Normally Open Non-supervised Alarm
1.
Connect the alarm to the appropriate input (1 through 7) and ground at the AutoDome.
Alarm
ALARM Inputs
INPUTS 11TOto7 7
Dry
DRY
Contact
CONTACT
DOMEConnector
CONNECTOR
Dome
GROUND
Ground
Fig. 5.3
2.
N.O. - Normally Open Non-supervised Connections
From the AutoDome main menu select Alarm Setup>Inputs Setup, and set Alarm Input #
to N.O. See the table below for contact and condition details.
AutoDome Programmed N.O.
Circuit
Open
Normal
Closed
Alarm
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Configuring a Normally Closed Non-supervised Alarm
1.
Connect the alarm to the appropriate input (1 through 7) and ground at the AutoDome.
Alarm
ALARM Inputs
INPUTS 11TOto
77
Dry
DRY
Contact
CONTACT
DOMEConnector
CONNECTOR
Dome
GROUND
Ground
Fig. 5.4 N.C. Normally Closed Non-supervised Connections
2.
From the AutoDome main menu select Alarm Setup>Inputs Setup, and set Alarm Input #
to N.C. See the table below for contact and condition details.
AutoDome Programmed N.C.
Circuit
Alarm Indication
Open
Alarm
Closed
Normal
Table 5.3 N.C. Non-supervised Conditions
5.4
Alarm Outputs
The AutoDome incorporates two (2) types of alarm outputs: a dry contact relay and three (3)
open collector outputs or transistor outputs.
5.4.1
Configuring a Dry Contact Relay
The dry contact relay acts like an on/off switch. It has a maximum voltage rating of 2 A @
30 DC.
1.
2.
Connect the appropriate stripped wire to the AutoDome COM connector.
Connect the appropriate stripped wire to the N.O. or N.C. connector, depending on your
requirement.
5.4.2
Configuring an Open Collector Output
Outputs 1, 2, and 3 are open collector types. These outputs must be connected to a positive
voltage between 5 and 32 V to complete the circuit, with a maximum voltage rating of 32 VDC
@ 150 ma.
1.
Connect the appropriate stripped wire to the open connector (1, 2, or 3) of the transistor.
2.
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Glossary
A
Address
Each AutoDome has a numerical address in the control system in which it is located. This
allows the appropriate dome to be operated. The address may be set locally using the Bilinx
Configuration Tool for Imaging Devices (CTFID) or remotely using the Fast Address function
(see Fast Address).
AAC (Advanced Alarm Control)
AutoDome’s flexible and sophisticated alarm management subsystem that allows “rules” to be
created that define which input(s) activate one or more outputs (see Alarm Rule). In its most
basic form, a rule could define which input(s) should activate which output(s). In a more
complex form, a rule can be programmed to take a specific keyboard command (pre-existing
or not) and perform a dome function, or any combination of the above.
Advanced Diagnostics
Bosch’s combination of built-in On Screen Displays (OSD) and status LEDs that are used to
check critical camera parameters such as internal temperature, input voltage levels, and
network connectivity. This allows a technician to quickly determine the source of problems
and ensure that the dome is functioning within correct operating limits.
Alarm Rule
AutoDome’s alarm management subsystem that uses “if this, do that” rules to perform
specific actions when an event occurs.
Aperture
The size of the opening in the iris. This controls the amount of light that reaches the CCD
Sensor. The larger the F-Stop numbers, the less light reaches the sensor.
AutoBlack
A technique of boosting the video signal level to produce a full amplitude video signal even
when the scene contrast is less than full range (e.g. glare, fog, mist, etc.). The darkest part of
the signal is set to black and the lightest part to white, thus increasing the contrast.
AutoDome
Fully integrated, high speed, pan/tilt/zoom camera built into a protective dome housing
allowing full and continuous 360° coverage of the scene.
Auto Focus
The lens continuously adjusts to the correct focus automatically for the sharpest picture.
AutoIris
The lens iris opening is automatically adjusted to allow the correct illumination of the camera
sensor.
Automatic Gain Control
The electronics that regulate the gain or amplification of the video signal.
AutoPan
The camera pans continuously between right and left limit settings.
AutoPivot
As the camera tilts through the vertical position, the camera is rotated to maintain the correct
orientation of the image.
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AutoPlayback
This function records the sequence of movements of the AutoDome PTZ for later playback
allowing a set pattern to be repeated automatically. This function is often called Guard Tour.
AutoScaling
As the camera zooms in to increase the size of objects on the monitor screen, the pan and tilt
speeds are reduced so that the relative speed on the screen remains constant for similar
joystick control positions.
AutoTrack
A patented technology that integrates motion detection into the camera allowing tracking of
an object and zooming in to optimize size and perspective.
AWB (Auto White Balance)
A feature that allows a color camera to automatically adjust its output color to give a natural
color independent of the lighting used.
B
BLC (Back Light Compensation)
Selectively amplifies parts of the image to compensate for large contrast differences when
only a portion of the image is brightly lit (e.g. a person in a sunlit doorway).
Balun (Balance Unbalanced)
A device that converts a balanced video signal (e.g. as used on twisted pair) line to an
unbalanced signal (e.g. as used on coax). In a balanced line, such as twisted pair, both wires
are electrically equal. In an unbalanced line such as coax, one line has different electrical
properties than the other.
Bilinx
A communications format that allows remote control, configuration and updates to be
performed over the video cable (Coax or Passive UTP).
Biphase
Pan/Tilt/Zoom protocol for Bosch products.
C
Cable Category
Application and bandwidth rating system for UTP cabling. Categories 1 through 6 are based on
EIA/TIA-568-B standards. Category is typically abbreviated CAT. UTP Category 5, 5e, and 6 are
used for Ethernet data cabling applications. Ethernet wiring distances are limited to a
maximum of 100m (328ft.) when using UTP wiring.
Cable Compensation
A technology that prevents image degradation caused by signal losses when transmitting
video over long cable lengths.
CCD (Charge Coupled Device)
The most common type of solid state image sensor used in CCTV cameras. The sensor
converts light energy into electrical signals.
CCD Format
Indicates the size of the camera sensor used. In general, the larger the sensor, the more
sensitive the camera and the better the image quality. The format is quoted in inches, e.g.
1/4-inch or 1/3-inch.
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Color Temperature
A measure of the relative color of illumination. Most generally used to specify the automatic
correction range of a color camera.
D
Day/Night (IR sensitive)
An AutoDome that has normal color operation in situations where there is sufficient
illumination (day conditions), but where the sensitivity can be increased when there is little
light available (night conditions). This is achieved by removing the infrared cut filter required
for good color rendition. The sensitivity can be further enhanced by integrating a number of
frames to increase the signal to the noise ratio of the camera.
Default Shutter
This feature allows the shutter speed to be set to a fast speed to eliminate motion blur and
providing detailed and clear image of fast-moving objects while there is sufficient light. When
light levels fall and other adjustments have been exhausted, the shutter speed reverts to the
standard setting to maintain sensitivity.
Digital Image Stabilization
See Image Stabilization.
Dynamic Noise Reduction
A digital video processing technique that measures the noise (image artifacts) in the picture
and automatically reduces it.
E
Ethernet
The most commonly used local area network (LAN) access method. Ethernet complies with
the IEEE 802.3 standard. The Ethernet standard supports 10Mbps, 100Mbps and 1000Mbps
(Gigabit) data transmission rates.
EnviroDome
AutoDome with environmental protection that allows it to be used outdoors in almost any
climate.
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Fast Address
A system for setting the address of the AutoDome remotely from the control system.
Fiber Optic Transmission
Refers to the transmission of video and/or data via optical fibers. Optical fibers are thin glass
strands that are designed for light wave transmission. Video and data are digitized and
transformed into a series of light pulses. The use of fiber optics for video and data
transmission offers several advantages over sending electrical signals across copper wires.
First, light pulses are not affected by random radiation in the environment, and thus their
error rate is far lower. Fiber optics span far greater distances without need for repeaters or
signal regenerators, and are far more secure as they are more difficult to tap and taps in the
line can be detected. Optical fiber also provides enormous bandwidth with a single fiber
capable of transmitting trillions of bits per second. There are two primary types of optical
fiber; singlemode and multimode. Singlemode fiber is used when large distances must be
spanned, typically greater than 2Km/1.2 miles (see Singlemode). Multimode is typically used
to span smaller distances such as the inside of buildings or on small campuses (see
Multimode).
Field of View
The measure of the visible area within the camera’s field of view. The longer the focal length,
the smaller the field of view. The shorter the focal length, the wider the field of view.
Focal Length
The distance from the optical center of the lens to the image of an object located at an infinite
distance from the lens. Long focal lengths give a small field of view (e.g. telephoto effect),
while short focal lengths give a wide angle view.
F-Number
The standard measure of the lens aperture, which is the iris diameter, divided by the focal
length of the lens. The lower the maximum aperture (or F-Number), the more light that passes
through the lens.
F-Stop
See F-Number.
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G
Guard Tour
Allows recorded tours with a combined duration of 15 minutes. Recorded tours consist of
control commands and can be played back as needed. All camera position information is
stored for maximum flexibility (including pan, tilt, zoom, etc.).
H
Hybrid Streaming
The ability to simultaneously stream IP video across a local or wide area network, and CVBS
video via coaxial or fiber optic cabling.
I
Image Stabilization
An algorithm that virtually eliminates camera shake in both the vertical and horizontal axes,
resulting in exceptional image clarity.
Infrared Illumination
Electromagnetic radiation (light) with a longer wavelength than is visible to the naked eye. IR
illumination is prominent at dusk and dawn and in incandescent lamps. IR illuminators come
in the form of lamps with the appropriate filters, LEDs, or lasers. CCD sensors are less
sensitive to IR than visible light, but IR can significantly increase the total illumination level,
leading to a much better image at low light levels.
IP 66
The IP code (Ingress Protection) indicates the degree of protection provided by enclosures for
electrical equipment. The first number indicates protection of internal equipment against the
ingress of solid foreign objects. The second number indicates protection of internal
equipment against harmful ingress of water. Higher digits refer to higher levels of protection.
See also NEMA rating.
IP Address
The address of a device attached to an IP network. Each device on an IP network must use a
unique address. Every IP data packet contains a source address (sender) and a destination
address (recipient). Each IP address consists of 32-bits that are arranged into four 8-bit
“octets” (x.x.x.x). IP addresses range from 0.0.0.0 to 255.255.255.255.
IPS (Images Per Second)
A measurement of the rate that pictures are displayed to create a video stream. A rate of 25
IPS (PAL) or 30 IPS (NTSC) is generally considered to be full motion video.
IRE (Institute of Radio Engineers)
A measurement of video amplitude that divides the area from the bottom of sync to peak
white level into 140 equal units. 140 IRE equals 1V peak to peak. The range of active video is
100 IRE.
L
Lux
The International (SI) unit of measurement of the intensity of light. It is equal to the
illumination of a surface one meter away from a single candle.
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MJPEG
Motion JPEG is a digital video encoding standard where each video frame is separately
compressed into a JPEG image.
Modal Dispersion (or Intermodal Dispersion)
A broadening of a waveform over long distances. Modal dispersion occurs in multimode fibers,
because light is bounced down different reflective paths (e.g. modes) in the fiber. As the
distance increases, the path (mode) begins to spread and the arrival time for the different
light rays begins to vary. A large variance (dispersion) increases the chance that the optical
receiver may interpret the incoming signals incorrectly. Modal dispersion is a major problem
with multimode fibers.
MPEG-4
A digital video encoding and compression standard that uses interframe encoding to
significantly reduce the size of the video stream being transmitted. With interframe coding, a
video sequence is made up of keyframes that contain the entire image. In between the
keyframes are delta frames, which are encoded with only the incremental differences. This
often provides substantial compression because in many motion sequences, only a small
percentage of the pixels are actually different from one frame to another.
Multimode Fiber
An optical fiber with a larger core (typically 50 or 62.5 microns) than singlemode fiber. The
core can be made of plastic or glass fibers and it is the most commonly used fiber for short
distances such as LANs. The name multimode comes from the fact that light rays travel down
multiple reflective paths (modes) within the fiber. This allows light to enter the core at
different angles, making it easier to connect to broader light sources such as LEDs (light
emitting diodes). Fiber optic interfaces and multimode fiber-based transmission systems are
less expensive than those based on singlemode fiber. However, the use of multiple reflective
paths (modes) increases modal dispersion (see Modal Dispersion) and shortens the distances
that this type of fiber optic transmission system can span.
Multi-Protocol
A protocol is a convention or standard that controls or enables the connection,
communication, and data transfer between two devices. In PTZ cameras such as the
AutoDome, protocol refers to the standard used to control the pan, tilt, and zoom (PTZ)
operation of the camera. Since each dome camera manufacturer’s PTZ protocols are unique,
multi-protocol support is needed to support third party dome systems. AutoDome cameras
support the Pelco “D” and “P” protocols and well as Bosch’s own Bi-phase protocol (See Biphase).
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N
NEMA (National Electrical Manufacturers Association) Rating
Specification standards in reference to the operating environment for a variety of electrical
devices.
NightSense
A method of boosting the sensitivity of high-resolution Dinion color cameras by 9 db (a factor
of 3) by combining the signal of the color image in a single monochrome picture.
NPT (National Pipe Thread)
A U.S. standard for tapered threads. NPT sizes measure the nominal inside diameter of the
pipe. NPT threads form a seal as the threads compress against each other.
P
Pan
Camera movement in the horizontal direction.
Pixel
The smallest addressable unit on a display screen or bitmapped image.
Pre-Position
A pre-selected and stored combination of pan, tilt and zoom positions that allow a set view to
be recalled. Also known as Preset Shot.
Preset Tour
A sequence of preset shots combined to provide a pre-programmed tour of the area covered
by an AutoDome camera.
Pressurized Dry Nitrogen Housing
A housing for outdoor applications that protects against smog, humidity, dirt and dust.
Privacy Masking
The ability to mask out a specific area to prevent it being viewed.
R
Region of Interest
The defining of a specific area within a field of view to be used by the motion detection
algorithm to only look for motion within this region.
Resolution
The measure of the fine detail that can be seen in an image. For analog systems this is
typically measured in Television Lines or TVL. The higher the TVL rating, the higher the
resolution.
RS232/485
A communication interface for third party control and firmware upgrades to the AutoDome
products.
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Sector Blanking
The ability to blank out video in any of the 16 pan sectors.
Sensitivity
A measure of the amount of light required to provide a standard video signal. Sensitivity
values are stated in lux or foot-candles.
SensUp
Increases camera sensitivity by increasing the integration time on the CCD. This is
accomplished by integrating the signal from a number of consecutive video frames to reduce
signal noise.
Singlemode Fiber
An optical fiber with a silica (e.g. glass) core with a diameter of less than 10 microns. Used for
high-speed transmission over long distances, it provides greater bandwidth than multimode,
but its smaller core makes it more difficult to couple the light source. Singlemode fiber optic
transmission systems use more expensive laser-based light sources.
Spot Focus
Activates Auto Focus for three seconds after camera movement.
Subnet Mask
Subnetting is a method that allows one large network to be broken down into several smaller
ones. Depending on the network class (A, B, or C), some number of IP address bits are
reserved for the network address (subnet) and some for the host address. For example, Class
A addresses use 8 bits for the subnet address and 24 bits for the host portion of the address.
Class A subnet masks are denoted 255.0.0.0. Class B addresses (16 bits for both the subnet
and host address) use a 255.255.0.0 subnet mask. Class C addresses (8 bits for the subnet
and 24 bits for the host address) use a subnet mask of 255.255.255.0.
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TCP/IP (Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol)
A communications protocol suite that provides two data transport methods. TCP is a
connection-based protocol that ensures that data arrives intact and complete. UDP is a
connectionless, best effort protocol that simply sends out packets. UDP is typically used for
streaming media, while TCP is used when error-free delivery is required.
Tilt
Camera movement in the vertical direction.
Tri-streaming
A Bosch encoding technology that generates two separate MPEG-4 video streams and one
MJPEG stream simultaneously. This advanced streaming capability enables the user to tune
live viewing and recording requirements independently to meet specific site and enterprise
requirements.
U
UTP (Unshielded Twisted Pair)
A variant of twisted pair cabling UTP cable is not surrounded by any shielding. The wires in a
twisted pair cable are twisted around each other to minimize interference from the other
twisted pairs in the cable. UTP is the primary wire type for telephone usage and the most
commonly used type of networking cable.
V
Virtual Masking
A unique Bosch technology that allows for the creation of “invisible” motion masking areas.
These invisible masks are similar to privacy zones, but only the AutoDome’s AutoTrack II and
Video Motion Detection algorithms can see them. This allows the AutoDome to ignore areas of
unwanted motion.
VMD (Video Motion Detection)
An algorithm for motion detection in which the camera compares the current image with a
reference image and counts the number of pixels (see Pixel) that have changed between the
two images. An alarm is generated when the number of pixel changes exceeds a userconfigured threshold.
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XF-Dynamic
A highly accurate 15-bit digital signal processing technology from Bosch that extends the
dynamic range of DinionXF cameras to optimally capture the detail in both the high and low
light areas of the scene simultaneously, maximizing the information visible in the picture.
Z
Zoom
Changing the effective focal length to allow different fields of view to fill the picture area.
Zoom can be optical, where the lens is adjusted, or digital, where a portion of the view
selected is magnified electronically.
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Index
A
alarm connectors 8
alarm inputs 57
configuring
dry contact relay 59
normally closed non-supervised 59
normally closed supervised 58
normally open non-supervised 58
normally open supervised 57
installing
with in-ceiling mount 44
with parapet roof or pipe mounts 32
with pendant arm, corner or mast mount 8, 12
non-supervised 58
supervised alarms 57
alarm outputs 59
configuring
open collector output 59
installing
with in-ceiling mount 44
with parapet roof or pipe mount 32
with pendant arm, corner or mast mount 8, 12
attaching
bubble
in-ceiling mount 49
pendant arm, corner or mast mount 13
cover door
with roof parapet or pipe mount 21
housing
for in-ceiling mount 46
pendant arm 10
B
banding tool 5, 6
base plate 42
Bilinx 52
biphase 8, 53, 54
BNC connector
installing
with pendant arm, corner or mast mount 8
with roof parapet or pipe mount 32
bracket assembly 42, 43
bubble assembly 35
bubble release aperture 49
C
cable standards 51
cables
coaxial 52
copper 51
Ethernet 53
fiber optic 53
RG-59/U,RG-6/U,RG-11U 52
UTP CAT-5 53
camera module 35
coaxial cable 52
communication protocol
biphase 54
RS232 55
control data I/O plug 8
copper wire 51
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corner plate 6
cover door 21
D
daisy chaining 8, 32, 54
dome bubble 49
dome cap 29
drywall ceiling 42
E
Ethernet 44, 53
F
fiber optic 53
installing
with pendant arm, corner or mast mount 8
with roof parapet or pipe mount 23
module 12
multimode 53
single mode 53
fuse specifications 9
G
guy-wire 29
H
housing
securing 47
I
in-ceiling mount 39
attaching housing 46
installing camera module 48
interface box connections 45
parts 39
preparing
drywall ceiling 42
suspension ceiling 42
securing to ceiling 47
installing
in-ceiling mount 39
pendant arm, corner or mast mount 3
pipe interface board 33
pipe mount 30
tope-mounting flange 30
roof parapet mount 26
interface box 44, 45, 46
L
locking tab 13
LTC 9230/01 27
M
mast installation 6
mast plate 6
mount
in-ceiling 39
parts 40
pendant arm wall, corner or mast
parts 4
pendant arm, corner or mast 3
pipe 17
roof parapet 17
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R
NEMA Certification
for pendant arm, corner or mast mount 5
for roof parapet or pipe mount 19
non-supervised alarms 58
P
parapet arm
stabilizing 29
pendant
arm
attaching to power supply box 10
assembly 13
attaching to pipe mount 36
bubble 13, 34
camera module 13, 34
for roof parapet or pipe mount 34
housing 34
locking tab 13
bubble
removing 16, 37
connector harness 12
pendant arm, corner or mast mount
mast plate 6
pipe interface board 31, 33
pipe mount 17, 30
parts 18
power supply box location 19
pole installation 6
power box hinge 10
power supply
box 22
attaching to pendant arm 10
connections for pendant arm 9
connections for roof parapet or pipe mount 17,
25, 37
daisy chaining 8
installing with in-ceiling mount 41
installing with pendant arm, corner or mast
mount 6, 11
installing with roof parapet or pipe mount 20
locating for pendant arm, corner or mast mount
5
wiring for pendant arm, corner or mast mount 11
fuse specifications 9
roof parapet or pipe mount
fiber optic model 37
preparing
drywall ceiling 42
suspension ceiling 42
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relay connectors 8
RG-11U 52
RG-59/U 52
RG-6/U 52
RJ45 44
roof parapet mount 17, 26
dome cap 29
parts 18
power supply box location 19
wall bracket 27
wall mount bracket 26
roof parapet or pipe mount
cover door 21
fiber optic model 37
parts 17
routing wires
for in-ceiling mount 44
for pendant arm, corner or mast mount 7
for roof parapet or pipe mount 22
RS232 55
RS485 56
S
supervised 57
suspension ceiling 42
T
top-mounting flange 30
trim skirt 6
U
unshielded twisted pair (UTP) 44, 52
installing
with in-ceiling mount 44
with pendant arm, corner or mast mount 8
UTP CAT-5 53
V
VG4-A-9230 26
VG4-A-9230 series 18
W
wall installation 6
wall mount template 6
for roof parapet or pipe mount 20
wire standards 51
wiring
for in-ceiling mount 41, 44
for interface box 44
for pendant arm, corner or mast mount 5
for pipe interface board 31
for roof parapet or pipe mount 23
fiber optic model 23
power supply box 22
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