American Dynamics RAS918LSP Specifications

SpeedDome® Ultra VII EIS
Day/Night Camera Dome
Contents
About this Guide ....................................................1
About the Camera Dome .......................................2
Cable Requirements ..............................................7
Install/Removal Tool for Base with I/O Board........8
Power-Up Routine..................................................9
Synchronizing Domes............................................9
Diagnostic LEDs ....................................................9
Warnings and Cautions .........................................9
Indoor Installation.................................................11
Using the Install/Removal Tool ............................20
Troubleshooting Indoor Domes ...........................22
Parts List for Authorized Users ............................32
Specifications-Indoor Dome.................................34
Specifications-23X Camera with EIS ...................35
Declarations .........................................................36
Appendix A: Vicon Wiring Configurations............37
Installation and Service Guide
Figure 1. SpeedDome Ultra VII EIS Day/Night
Camera Dome
Mounting
Base
Housing
Eyeball
About this Guide
Camera Dome Product Codes
Product
Description
This guide explains how to connect the camera
dome to a mounting base and how to service it.
RAS918LS
DAY/NIGHT, EIS, 60HZ, 23X, NO BASE,
BLACK
It does not explain how to:
RAS918LSP
DAY/NIGHT, EIS, 60HZ, 23X, STD BASE,
BLACK (RUPTB)
RAS918LSI
DAY/NIGHT, EIS, 60HZ, 23X, I/O BASE,
BLACK (RUIOB)
• Determine a mounting location for the camera
dome. The mounting location is determined by
customer requirements; therefore, this
information is provided separately.
• Attach the mounting base. There are two types
of mounting bases. See information shipped
with the base.
• Assemble housings and structures used with
this camera dome. See information shipped with
the housing and structure.
• Program the camera dome. See operator's
guide shipped with the dome.
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• Eyeball. With a diameter of 120mm (4.75in),
the eyeball contains a camera, tilt motor, and
associated electronics. The eyeball enables the
camera to pan and tilt to track a target moving
in any direction even as it moves under the
dome.
About the Camera Dome
The SpeedDome Ultra VII EIS day/night camera
dome (Figure 1) comes in black, mounts indoors or
outdoors (with accessory outdoor enclosure), and
can communicate with the video controller over a
SensorNet 485, RS-422, Manchester, or UTC (upthe-coax) network. The dome consists of a
mounting base, housing, and rotating eyeball
assembly.
Two slot covers in the eyeball facilitate access
to the camera, one of which incorporates an
opening for the camera lens. Remove both
covers to improve ventilation when the dome is
to be used outdoors.
Mounting Base
Figure 2. Mounting base and housing and
eyeball assembly
The housing and eyeball assembly connects to the
base using a twist and lock action, enabling it to be
moved easily from one location to another. The
base attaches directly to a hard or tile ceiling, or
indirectly to walls or ceilings using one of many
optional housings and mounting structures. As
shown in Figure 2, two base types are offered: a
standard base (without I/O board) and a base with
I/O board.
Base without I/O Board
Base with I/O Board
• Base without I/O board. With this base, video,
data, and power cables are inserted through the
base and attached to the top of the housing and
eyeball assembly, which is then connected to
the base. A lanyard connects between the base
and the housing and eyeball assembly to
prevent cables from being pulled during
disassembly.
• Base with I/O Board. With this base, video,
data, and power cables are pre-connected to an
I/O PC board. A spring-finger connector on the
board makes electrical contact with the housing
and eyeball assembly as it connects to the
base.
Housing and Eyeball Assembly
The housing and eyeball assembly consists of the
following:
• Housing. The housing contains the dome's
power supply, pan motor, and electronics used
to operate the eyeball. The housing provides
one alarm input and one alarm output using the
base without I/O board, or four alarm inputs and
four alarm outputs using the base with I/O
board.
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Electrical Box in Ceiling
Indoor Ceiling Mounting
Using hardware shipped with the base, the camera
dome attaches directly to indoor ceilings made of
sheet rock, wood, metal, or concrete (Figure 3).
RHIU3X3
Figure 3. Surface mounting to hard ceilings
RHIU4X4
3 X 3 mounting plate
Attaches dome to a standard
3.5 x 3.5 duplex electrical box.
CAUTION: Do not use the same
electrical box used for line voltage mains.
4 X 4 mounting plate
Attaches dome to a standard 4 x 4
duplex electrical box.
CAUTION: Do not use the same
electrical box used for line voltage mains.
* Option in white, but can be painted to match decor.
† Top hat housing/dome assembly also mounts to structure.
Tile Ceilings
RHIUFB
RHIUAB
Indoor Ceiling/Wall Mounting
(Optional)
RHIU2X2M*
The camera dome attaches to one of the following
optional indoor mounting structures (Figure 4).
RHIU2X2P*
Sheet Rock, Concrete, Plaster or Wood Ceilings
RHIUTH
RHIUHC
RHIUFB
RHIUPNDT†
Top hat housing with trim ring
This housing attaches to a ceiling or to
most indoor mounting structures. A trim
ring and optional magnetic bubble
provide concealment. Optional bubbles:
RUCLR (clear), RUSLV (silver), RUSMK
(smoked), or RUGLD (gold).
Dome base included.
Hard ceiling bracket
Enables top hat housing to be recessed
in ceiling (requires top hat RHIUTH).
Can be installed from below ceiling.
Fixed bracket
Enables top hat housing to be recessed
in ceiling (requires top hat RHIUTH).
Requires access from above ceiling.
Pendant mount
Suspends dome from a hard ceiling with
3.2cm (1 1/4in) NPT pipe fittings.
Fixed bracket
Enables top hat housing to be recessed
in a 2x2 tile (requires top hat RHIUTH).
Adjustable bracket
Enables top hat housing to be recessed
in a 2x4 tile (requires top hat RHIUTH).
2 X 2 metal tile mount
Enables top hat housing to be recessed
in 2x2 openings (includes top hat
housing).
2 X 2 metal tile pendant mount
Enables dome to be suspended from 2x2
openings. Requires 3.2cm (1 1/4in) NPT
pipe (allow 3m (10ft) max. length)
Accepts the following housings:
RHIOTH, Dome base.
* Option in white, but can be painted to match decor.
† Top hat housing/dome assembly also mounts to structure.
Wall Mounting
RHIUCM*
RHIULWM*†
Wall mount with corner feature
Enables dome to attach to a flat wall,
inside corner, or outside corner.
Long 0.6m (24in) wall mount
Positions dome away from wall to enable
it to see over furniture, shelving, and
displays. This mounting structure
attaches to the flat wall, inside corner, or
outside corner.
* Option in white, but can be painted to match decor.
† Top hat housing/dome assembly also mounts to structure.
Structural I-Beams
RHIUIB /
RHIUIBM†
I-beam mount only.
Enables dome suspension from an
I-beam. RHIUIBM version has all related
accessories to suspend from I-beam,
except 3.2cm (1 1/4in) NPT pipe.
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Figure 4. Indoor mounting structures (optional)
RHIUFB
RHIUAB
RHIUHC
RHIU2X2
RHIU2X2P
RHIUIBM
RHIUTH
ADSDUPIHC
ADSDUPIHS
ADSDUPIVRC
ADSDUPIVRS
RHIUTH
RD500A
ADSDUPIHC
ADSDUPIHS
ADSDUPIVRC
ADSDUPIVRS
RHIUTH
Vandal Resistant
Bubble
Vandal Resistant
Bubble
RD500A
RHIUWM
RHIUPNDT
RHIUCM
RHIUTR
RHIU3X3
RHIU4X4
RUCLR
RUSLV
RUSMK
RUGLD
RHIULWM
RHIUTH
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Outdoor Mounting (Optional)
SpeedDome Housing Adapter
Bracket (Optional)
Note: This document does not include outdoor
installation and service instructions. For these
instructions, see RHODUL Outdoor Housing Install
Guide 8200-0492-01.
An RHSDA adapter bracket (Figure 6) enables the
dome to fit into SpeedDome indoor housings
(RD500A). Locking pins in the bracket enable the
dome to swing out for servicing or removal.
The camera dome attaches to outdoor walls and
ceilings using an RHODUL outdoor housing
(Figure 5) and an ROENDC end cap connected to
one of the following optional mounting structures
(Figure 7)
•
•
•
•
•
•
Figure 6. RHSDA adapter bracket (to used with
the RD500A housing)
RHOTR Over Roof Mount
RHOTRF Over Roof Floor Mount
RHOPN Pendant Mount
RHOWPA Pole Mount
RHOSW/RHOLW Wall Mount
RHOWCA Corner Bracket.
The outdoor housing contains a pre-installed
mounting base, a cooling fan for hot weather, a
heater for cool weather and to prevent icing, and
surge protection circuitry.
An environmental PC board is used to pre-wire
cables. A round spring-finger connector on the
board makes electrical contact with the housing
and eyeball assembly as it connects to the base.
Note: Do not use the I/O board (designed for
indoor use) in place of the environmental board.
Figure 5. RHODUL outdoor housing (optional)
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ROENDC end cap
Figure 7. Outdoor mounting structures
(optional).
Note: Housing is shown for reference only.
RHOTR over roof mount comes with the ROENDC
end cap (shown with RHOTRF bracket)
RHOWPA pole mount comes with the ROENDC
end cap
RHOSW/RHOLW wall mount comes with the
ROENDC end cap
RHOPN pendant mount
RHOSW
RHOLW
RHOWCA corner bracket only (shown with RHOLW
mount)
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Note: Typically, distances are used that provide
a 15% margin between nominal and low line
conditions. For example, if the nominal voltage is
120Vac, restrict cable length to that associated
with 100Vac (0.85 x 120).
Cable Requirements
Data Cable
The table below shows requirements for
SensorNet, RS-422, and Manchester networks. For
more information about communication protocols
and cable networks, see Communication Protocols
and Cable Networks, 8000-2573-19.
Worst-case ac line voltages
Data cable requirements
SensorNet
RS-422
Manchester
1
unshielded,
twisted
pair*
2
shielded,
twisted
pair*
1
shielded
twisted
pair**
Wire gauge
22 AWG
22 AWG
18 AWG
Connection
Nonpolarized
Polarized
Polarized
Max.
devices on
line
32
10
3
Cable type
*
Worst-Case
Meters
AC Power Source
Low Line V
(Feet)
28 VA
117
180 (600)
Transformer
100
130 (430)
5604-0006-01
90
80 (270)
50 VA
117
180 (600)
Transformer
100
150 (500)
5604-0044-01
90
90 (300)
1-position SensorNet
117
210 (700)
RJ1SNUD
100
130 (430)
90
100 (325)
117
210 (700)
100
130 (430)
90
100 (325)
117
300 (1000)
6-position SensorNet
100
230 (750)
Indoor J-Box
90
160 (530)
RJ6SN
240
300 (1000)
200
230 (750)
180
160 (530)
10-Position RS-422
117
275 (900)
Indoor 120V/60Hz J-Box
100
200 (650)
RJ860AP
90
130 (430)
10-Position RS-422
240
275 (900)
Indoor 240V/60Hz J-Box
200
200 (650)
RJ860AP1
180
130 (430)
Universal Transformer
117
200 (650)
0300-0914-01
100
130 (430)
90
90 (300)
240
200 (650)
200
130 (430)
180
90 (300)
1-position SensorNet
RJ1SNUD-1
Power, data, and video cables can be ordered
separately or within a composite cable that can be
ordered in various lengths. Plenum-rated cables must
be used in indoor ceilings used for environmental air
return (called "other air space" in the National Electrical
Code). Order parts through your distribution network.
Note: If you order cable from an outside source, wire
colors may be different.
** Belden 88760 (plenum), or Belden 8760 cable (nonplenum) cable is recommended. Plenum-rated cables
must be used in indoor ceilings used for environmental
air return (called "other air space" in the National
Electrical Code). Order cable directly from Belden by
calling 1-800-235-3361.
Power Cable
For the camera dome to operate properly, line
voltage must not go below the worst-case low line
voltage shown in the following table. Make cable
lengths as short as possible to minimize affects of
low line voltages. As shown in the table, maximum
cable length depends on the Class 2 LPS (low
voltage) ac source (such as a J-box) and the worstcase low line voltage. These lengths are for
Sensormatic composite cables, which use 18 AWG
ac power wires.
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Universal Transformer
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Twisted Pair Adapter
Install/Removal Tool for Base
with I/O Board
Figure 8. Twisted Pair Adapter
The install/removal tool (Figure 10) enables you to
connect or disconnect the housing and eyeball
assembly from the base with I/O board, and to
attach/detach skirts and bubbles to a top-hat
housing, without the need for a ladder. The tool
attaches to a telescopic pole (purchased
separately). See page 20.
CAUTION: Do not use this tool to connect the
dome to the base without I/O board.
The supplied ADACTP01BNC Twisted Pair
Adapter (Figure 8) is used to transmit video or
video with UTC (up-the-coax) dome control signals
over unshielded twisted pair (UTP) cables, point-topoint, up to 300m (1000ft).
Figure 10. RHIRT indoor install/removal tool
The adapter mounts directly to the video source or
receiver without additional cabling and uses
Category 2-6 twisted pair wires to transmit the
video and dome control signals. The adapter does
not require power.
RHIRT Removal Tool
One adapter is supplied. If used, another adapter
must be ordered for the connection at the other
end of the cable. Figure 9 shows twisted pair cable
connections. See installation guide 8200-0298-01
for details.
Telescopic Pole 08140
by Recreational Water
Products. See page 20
to order.
Figure 9. Cabling overview
Twisted Pair Adapter
(Dome End)
American Dynamics
Dome or
Fixed Camera
Twisted Pair Adapter
(Fixed Camera End)
Cat 2-6 UTP Cable
Twisted Pair Adapter
(Switcher/Controller End)
Video Switcher/
Controller
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Power-Up Routine
Warnings and Cautions
After power is connected to the dome, the dome
performs the following homing routine.
Please review the following warnings and cautions
before you begin installation or service.
1. After a few seconds, the camera lens tilts up
into the housing and eyeball assembly.
WARNINGS
2. The lens tilts downs until it looks at the floor.
!
3. Eyeball pans slowly.
4. Lens tilts up 90° (home position).
WARNING!
ALWAYS USE:
Once the lens is in its home position, you can then
use the controller to call up the camera and control it.
• Proper safety equipment for the location and
type of installation.
• Proper lift equipment to reach the installation.
Synchronizing Domes
• Safety features of the lift equipment.
To prevent picture rolling when switching from
camera to camera, all domes can be synchronized
to a 50Hz or 60Hz ac source. A V-phase
adjustment at the control console enables the
dome to sync to any line phase.
BE SURE:
• Electrical power is not connected to the dome
when connecting wires. Dome will move when
power is applied.
• Electrical power is not connected to nearby
fixtures that you might touch during installation.
Diagnostic LEDs
!
If a base without I/O board is used, LEDs in the
housing and eyeball assembly enable you to check
for power and data.
WARNING!
DO NOT install this camera dome where highly
combustible or explosive products are stored or
used.
If a base with I/O board is used, LEDs on the
underside of the mounting base enable you to
check for power and data. If an RS-422 network is
used, other LEDs on the board indicate that wiring
is correct, reversed, open, or grounded.
!
WARNING!
This dome runs on 24Vac. DO NOT connect line
voltage to this dome.
North America power requirements: In North
America, this device is intended to be supplied
from a Class 2 power supply. For outdoor
installations, use Class 3 wiring techniques, liquidtight conduit, or liquid-tight pipe.
This installation should be made by a qualified
service person and should conform to all local
codes.
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!
WARNING!
EU power requirements: This product runs on
24Vac. In the EU, it is intended to be powered from
a Limited Power Source. A limited power source is
a certified source of SELV, and if inherently limited,
with 8 amps maximum output current, and a
maximum of 100VA available; or if not inherently
limited, fused with a maximum value of 3.3 Amps,
meeting section 2.11 of IEC950, and a maximum of
250VA available. The power supply can be
obtained through Sensormatic or through another
source where the provider can furnish the
verification. This is required to assure electrical
safety in the product.
Stromanforderungen in der EU: Dieses Produkt
wird mit 24 V Wechselstrom betrieben. In der EU
ist es für den Betrieb durch eine begrenzte
Stromquelle vorgesehen. Eine begrenzte
Stromquelle ist eine zertifizierte SELV-Quelle
(Schutzkleinspannung), bei inhärenter Begrenzung
mit einem maximalen Ausgangsstrom von 8 A und
100 VA maximaler Verfügbarkeit, bei nicht
inhärenter Begrenzung mit einer maximalen
Sicherung von 3,3 A gemäß Abschnitt 2.11 der
IEC950 und 250 VA maximaler Verfügbarkeit. Das
Netzteil kann über Sensormatic oder eine andere
Quelle bezogen werden, wobei der Anbieter den
Nachweis der Konformität bereitstellen sollte. Dies
ist zur Gewährleistung der elektrischen Sicherheit
des Produktes erforderlich.
Do not run data and power cables adjacent
to or in the same conduit as line voltage
mains power.
-
SensorNet 485 networks require 22 AWG
unshielded cable. Do not exceed 32 devices
per cable run.
-
RS-422 networks require 22 AWG shielded
cable. Do not exceed 10 devices per cable
run.
-
Manchester networks require 18 AWG
shielded cable. Do not exceed 3 devices per
cable run.
-
Always terminate the dome’s CPU board
(JW1), if the camera dome is connected at
the end of a cable run or is connected to an
I/O base.
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− Use a jeweler's 2.5mm (0.1in) slotted
screwdriver to tighten connector screws. Do
not over tighten these screws.
− Keep the dust cover to protect contacts
should the environmental PC board need to
be removed from the housing.
When connecting the housing and eyeball
assembly to an outdoor housing:
− Remove both slot covers to keep the camera
from overheating.
Note: For further information, see installation
instructions shipped with the outdoor housing.
‰
If disassembling the dome:
− Dome contains electrostatic-sensitive
devices! Use a ground strap when handling
PC boards.
− Once disassembled, parts of housing and
eyeball assembly are "extremely fragile" and
may break. Use extreme care!
− Install a new desiccant bag (Desiccant Bag
Kit 0352-0207-02) every time the bubble is
removed.
Cables
-
I/O PC board (when used).
− If a cable clamp is on this board, remove it,
as it could damage cable connectors in the
housing during assembly.
‰
CAUTIONS
‰
‰
When using the base without I/O board and
wiring cables directly to the dome, ALWAYS
connect the video cable to the dome before
you connect the 9-pin cable (which contains
power). If you connect the 9-pin cable first,
you risk shorting delicate electronics near the
connector.
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Connecting to the Mounting Base
without I/O Board
Indoor Installation
This section explains how to connect the housing
and eyeball assembly to a:
This procedure explains how to connect the
housing and eyeball assembly to a mounting base
without I/O board.
• Mounting base without I/O board (page 11)
• Mounting base with I/O board (page 17)
!
Items You Will Need
1. Set the dome address (Figure 11).
You should have on hand the following
tools and parts:
‰
Install/Removal tool to attach and detach domes
and bubbles without a ladder from mounting
bases with I/O boards.
‰
Base kit:
At the top of the housing are three address
switches. From left to right, set the switches to
the desired address. For example, for address
166, set SW3 to 1, SW2 to 6, and SW1 to 6).
Figure 11. Setting address switches
− RUIOB/RUWIOB (base with I/O board), or
− RUPTB/RUWPTB (standard base without I/O
board).
‰
WARNING: Ensure that ac power and
electrical signals are off during wire
connections!
SpeedDome Ultra VII with EIS housing and
eyeball assembly, 0101-0120-21.
SW3
MSB
0
SW2
9 0
SW1
LSB
9 0
9
Other Preparations
To ensure a smooth and successful installation,
you must:
• Have electrical work comply with latest national
electrical code, national fire code, and all
applicable local codes and ordinances.
• Coordinate work with other trades to avoid
interference.
• Verify existing site conditions and coordinate
with the owner's representative and appropriate
utilities as required.
• Obtain copies of all related plans, specifications,
shop drawings and addenda to schedule and
coordinate related work.
• Thoroughly review the project to ensure that all
work meets or exceeds the above requirements.
Bring alleged discrepancies to the attention of
the CCTV Project Coordinator.
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Use the following addresses for the protocols
shown:
PROTOCOL
2. Attach the safety lanyard to the cap on the
housing and eyeball assembly (Figure 12). Use
the M3x6 screw supplied with the lanyard.
SW3
SW2
SW1
AD Manchester,
Range: 001—064
0
x
x
PELCO "P," 4800 baud RS422, Range: 001—099
0
x
x
Sensormatic, 4800 baud
RS-422, Range: 001—063,
065—099
0
x
x
Sensormatic, RS-422
Address 64 is used for global
broadcasts
0
6
4
SensorNet,
Range: 001—099
0
x
x
VICON, 4800 baud RS-422,
Range: 001—099
0
x
x
SensorNet,
Range: 100—254
1
x
x
2
x
x
Address 255 is used for
global broadcasts
2
5
5
Dept. of Transportation
(NTCIP), 4800 baud RS-422,
Range: 301—399
3
x
x
Dept. of Transportation
(NTCIP), 9600 baud RS-422,
Range: 401—499
4
x
x
Dept. of Transportation
(NTCIP), 19.2K baud RS-422,
Range: 501—599
5
x
x
PELCO "P," 2400 baud RS422, Range: 601—699
6
x
x
PELCO "P," 9600 baud RS422, Range: 701—799
7
x
x
3. WITH POWER OFF, connect the video cable
(Figure 13).
Reset HITACHI VK-xxxx(E)R
camera block from 38.4K to
4800 baud (SpeedDome Ultra
VII WITH EIS 0100+ feature
only).
8
3
0
a. Connect BNC of video micro coax cable
6003-0170-01 to BNC of video cable.
PANASONIC UTC
8
9
0
Tyco UTC
8
9
1
PELCO UTC (Origins,
Standard, & Extended)
8
9
3
RS-422, LED diagnostic
mode for dome wiring
installations without the I/O
Board
9
0
0
Manufacturing Use,
Range: 901—999
9
x
x
Figure 12. Attaching safety lanyard
Only use this
location to secure
lanyard.
b. Feed cable through access hole in base.
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c. Press the micro coax connector into the
mating receptacle in the top of the housing
and eyeball assembly. A firm snap indicates
a tight connection.
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4. For the dome at the end of a daisy chain, set
termination jumper JW1 on the dome CPU
board (Figure 13) to “terminated.”
Position of dome in
communications line…
Between other devices
End of communications line
b. Connect data and power wires to the 9-pin
plug (refer to charts below).
c. Insert the plug into the mating receptacle in
the top of housing and eyeball assembly.
Setting
Pins
Unterminated
Terminated
1-2*
2-3
* Pins 1-2 are closest to 9-pin connector.
Note: You may need a small slotted screwdriver
to gently pry the jumper loose. Be careful not to
damage the underlying PC board.
Figure 13. Video cable connection and
termination jumper location
Manchester data and power connections.
Order data cable 88760 (plenum) or 8760
(non-plenum) from Belden by calling
1-800-235-3361.
Pin
Color
Designation
1
White
Manchester (–)
2
Black
Manchester (+)
3
Black
24Vac
4
Red
Ground
5
White
6-9
—
24vac
Not used.
RS-422/Pelco P data and power connections
Micro
Coax
Cable
Termination
Jumper JW1
Pin
Color
Designation
1-2
—
3
Black
24Vac
4
Red
Ground
5
White
24Vac
6
Orange
RS-422 Data In High (+)
7
Green
RS-422 Data In Low (–)
8
Yellow
RS-422 Data Out High (+)
9
Brown
RS-422 Data Out Low (–)
Not used.
SensorNet data and power connections
5. Connect the 9-pin plug (data and power) to the
9-pin receptacle (Figure 14). If using a Pelco
Coaxitron or Panasonic UTC protocol, no data
wires are connected, just power.
Pin
Color
Designation
1
Orange
SensorNet (unshielded)
2
Yellow
SensorNet (unshielded)
3
Black
24Vac
4
Red
Ground
5
White
24Vac
6-9
—
Not used.
CAUTION: DO NOT connect the 9-pin plug
unless you have performed step 3 first!
a. Feed cables through the access hole in the
base.
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7. Connect the housing and eyeball assembly to
the base (Figure 15) by aligning the Cap and
Base tabs and then turning clockwise until you
hear a click.
6. Connect the 4-pin plug (alarm input/output) to
the 4-pin receptacle (Figure 14).
a. Feed the cable through the access hole in
the base.
b. Connect alarm wires to the 4-pin plug (refer
to chart below).
Figure 15. Connecting housing and eyeball
assembly to base (cables and
lanyard not shown)
c. Insert the plug into the mating receptacle in
the top of the housing and eyeball assembly.
Note: Align tabs
on Cap and
Base.
Alarm connections
Pin
Color
1
—
+12Vdc
2
—
Alarm Out
3
—
Alarm In
4
—
Common
Turn clockwise
to latch
Designation
Figure 14. Cable connections (Manchester
requires separate cables for data
and power)
8. Apply power and wait a few seconds for the
dome to begin its homing routine. The homing
routine indicates that address was placed into
dome memory and that dome is ready for
programming.
Note: If the homing routine does not occur or if
the dome does not respond to commands,
check the cable wiring by referring to the LED
response tables in Appendix A.
9-pin plug
LEDs CR2,
CR3, and CR4
visible through
opening.
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Checking Power and Data for
Domes Using the Base without
I/O Board
Check LEDs to verify that power and data are
reaching the dome (Figure 16).
IMPORTANT! To view the LEDs, you will need to
detach the dome from its base. To prevent damage
to the dome, hold the dome by its housing, not its
eyeball assembly.
1. If the power LED (CR33) on the I/O board
glows green, then ac power is connected.
2. Green CR2, red (CR3), and yellow (CR4)
LEDs surround the video connection and are
visible through opening. Check that the
following communication protocols are properly
wired by observing these LEDs.
Figure 16. Cable connections (Manchester
requires separate cables for data
and power)
9-pin plug
LEDs CR2,
CR3, and CR4
visible through
opening.
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Manchester: After approximately 20 seconds, the three LEDs do the following:
Red
Green
Yellow
Blinking
Steady,
Blinking, then
1
Steady
Steady, then Off
Blinking
Steady, then
Blinking
Steady
Possible Cause
2
White (pin1) and black (pin 2) correctly wired.
When the network has been detected.
2
When data for this dome has been received. Thereafter,
the yellow LED will flicker when data is sent to this dome.
1
White (pin 1) or white and black (pin 2) wires not connected,
or white and black wires shorted.
RS-422: Set the domes address switches to 900 test mode, then apply power.
After approximately 20 seconds, the three LEDs do the following:
3
Possible Cause
Red
Green
Yellow
Control
Mostly Off,
Blinking On
Mostly Off,
Blinking On
Rapidly Blinking
Yes
RX+ (pin 6) and RX– (pin 7) correctly wired.
Mostly Off,
Blinking On
Mostly Off,
Blinking On
Rapidly Blinking
No
Wire to RX+ (pin 6) not connected.
Mostly On,
Blinking Off
Mostly On,
Blinking Off
Rapidly Blinking
No
Wires to RX+ (pin 6) and RX– (pin 7) reversed.
Off
On
Alternating Off and On
Every 60 Sec.
No
Wire to RX– (pin 7) not connected.
Wires to RX+ or RX– not connected or shorted
together.
Wires to RX+ and/or RX– shorted to ac ground.
3
When not in address 900 test mode.
When done testing, reset the address switches back to the camera address.
SensorNet: After approximately 20 seconds, the three LEDs do the following:
Red
Green
Yellow
Control
4
Possible Cause
Steady, then
Rapidly
Blinking
Steady, then Off
Steady, then
Rapidly
Blinking
Steady, then Off
Blinking
Steady, then
Rapidly
Blinking
Steady
No
Wire to pin 2 not connected.
Blinking
Steady, then
Blinking
Steady
No
Wires to pins 1 and 2 shorted together.
Wire to pin 1 not connected or both wires to pins
1 and 2 not connected.
Blinking
Blinking
Yes
Pins 1 and 2 correctly wired.
4
When data for this dome is received.
Thereafter, the yellow LED will flicker when data
is sent to this dome.
5
No
Wires to pin 1 and/or pin 2 shorted to ac ground.
5
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RS-422 data connections
Connecting to a Mounting Base
with I/O Board
This procedure explains how to connect the
housing and eyeball assembly to a mounting base
with I/O board.
WARNING: Ensure that ac power and
electrical signals are off during wire
connections!
!
Pin
Color
Designation
1
Orange
RS-422 Data In High (+)
2
Green
RS-422 Data In Low (–)
3
Yellow
RS-422 Data Out High (+)
4
Brown
RS-422 Data Out Low (–)
5-6
—
Not used.
Referring to Figure 17:
SensorNet data connections
CAUTION: Detach and discard cable clamp if I/O
board has one. If not removed, clamp can damage
9-pin connector in housing and eyeball assembly
when you attempt to connect it to base.
1. Set termination jumper JW1 on the dome CPU
board to “terminated”.
Position of dome in
communications line…
Between other devices
End of communications line
Setting
Pins
Unterminated
Terminated
1-2*
2-3
Pin
Color
Designation
1-4
—
5
Orange
SensorNet (unshielded)
6
Yellow
SensorNet (unshielded)
Not used.
Figure 17. Electrical connections
* Pins 1-2 are closest to 9-pin connector.
Note: You may need a small slotted screwdriver
to gently pry jumper loose. Be careful not to
damage underlying PC board.
2. Connect video cable (or Twisted Pair Adapter)
to BNC connector P8 on I/O board.
3. Connect Manchester, RS-422, or SensorNet
485 data wires to connector P1. If using a Pelco
Coaxitron or Panasonic UTC protocol, no data
wires are connected, just power.
Pin 1
Manchester data connections. Order data
cable 88760 (plenum) or 8760 (non-plenum)
from Belden by calling 1-800-235-3361.
Pin 1
Pin 1
P3
P7
Pin
Color
1-4
—
Designation
P8
Not used.
Black
Manchester (+)
6
White
Manchester (–)
Pin 1
P1
JW1
1
5
I/O BOARD
P4
JW1 Terminations
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1-2
Unterminated
2-3
Terminated
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7. Reattach the I/O board.
4. Connect the alarm output cable, if used,
to the P3 connector.
Pin
Color
1
—
12Vdc (100mA max.)
2
—
12Vdc (100mA max.)
3
—
Output P0 (40mA sync. max.)
4
—
Output P1 (40mA sync. max.)
5
—
Output P2 (40mA sync. max.)
6
—
Output P3 (40mA sync. max.)
7
—
Ground
8
—
Ground
8. Connect power to the base.
Designation
9. Check LEDs on the I/O board to verify power
and data are reaching the dome (Figure 18).
a. The green (ac power) LED glows steadily
when ac power is applied.
b. For Manchester or SensorNet: The yellow
(comm.) LED glows steadily (Manchester) or
blinks (SensorNet). If this LED is off, then
probably one or both communication wires
are open or both are shorted together.
For RS-422: Press and hold data test switch
SW1 and observe nearby red (CR34) and
green (CR35) LEDs; they indicate the
following:
5. Connect the alarm input cable, if used,
to the P4 connector.
Designation
Constant green,
Blinking red
RS-422 line correctly
wired.
Constant green,
No red
RS-422 "Data In—"
shorted to ac ground.
Constant red,
Blinking green
"Data In +/—" wires
reversed.
Pin
Color
1
—
Alarm 3 input (3.5mA sink)
2
—
Alarm 2 input (3.5mA sink)
3
—
Alarm 1 input (3.5mA sink)
4
—
Alarm 0 input (3.5mA sink)
Blinking red,
Green off
"Data In +" shorted to
ac ground.
5
—
Ground
Both LEDs off
6
—
Ground
"Data In +/—" wires
shorted or open.
6. Connect power to P7 connector.
Pin
Color
Designation
1
Black
24 Vac
2
Red
Ground
3
White
24 Vac
Figure 18. Test switch/LEDs on I/O board
Green (CR35)
Red (CR34)
SW1
RS422 Test
Pushbutton
Comm. LED
Power LED
Yellow
(CR28)
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10. Set the dome address (Figure 19).
PROTOCOL
Figure 19. Setting address switches
SW3
MSB
0
SW2
9 0
SW1
LSB
9 0
9
Use the following addresses for the protocols
shown:
PROTOCOL
SW3
SW2
SW1
PELCO "P," 2400 baud
RS-422, Range: 601—699
6
x
x
PELCO "P," 9600 baud
RS-422, Range: 701—799
7
x
x
Reset HITACHI VK-xxxx(E)R
camera block from 38.4K to
4800 baud (SpeedDome Ultra
VII WITH EIS 0100+ feature
only).
8
3
0
PANASONIC UTC
8
9
0
Tyco UTC
8
9
1
PELCO UTC (Origins,
Standard, & Extended)
8
9
3
RS-422, LED diagnostic
mode for dome wiring
installations without the I/O
Board
9
0
0
Manufacturing Use,
Range: 901—999
9
x
x
11. Connect the housing and eyeball assembly to
the base (Figure 20).
SW3
SW2
SW1
AD Manchester,
Range: 001—064
0
x
x
PELCO "P," 4800 baud
RS-422, Range: 001—099
0
x
x
Sensormatic, 4800 baud
RS-422, Range: 001—063,
065—099
0
x
x
Sensormatic, RS-422
Address 64 is used for global
broadcasts
0
6
4
SensorNet,
Range: 001—099
0
x
x
VICON, 4800 baud RS-422,
Range: 001—099
0
x
x
SensorNet,
Range: 100—254
1
x
x
a. Align the Cap and Base tabs, then turn
clockwise until you hear a click.
12. Wait a few seconds for dome to begin its
homing routine. The homing routine indicates
that the address was placed into the dome
memory and that the dome is ready for
programming.
Figure 20. Connecting housing and eyeball
assembly to base
2
x
x
Address 255 is used for
global broadcasts
2
5
5
Dept. of Transportation
(NTCIP), 4800 baud RS-422,
Range: 301—399
3
x
x
Dept. of Transportation
(NTCIP), 9600 baud RS-422,
Range: 401—499
4
x
x
Dept. of Transportation
(NTCIP), 19.2K baud RS-422,
Range: 501—599
5
x
x
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Note: Align tabs
on Cap and
Base.
Turn clockwise
to latch
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TO CONNECT DOME:
Using the Install/Removal
Tool
1. Insert dome "eyeball down" into tool's
receptacle. Fins on dome mate with slots in tool.
Use fins to properly align dimple at top of dome
with label on tool.
CAUTION: Do not use this tool to connect the
dome to the standard base (without I/O board)
2. Align label on tool with logo on I/O board in
base. Push dome up into place.
Used only when the dome is connected to a base
having an I/O board, the RHIRT install/removal tool
eliminates the need for a ladder during routine
service. The tool can be used to:
3. Turn dome clockwise until it clicks.
4. If power is applied, dome should begin its
"homing" routine.
• Detach skirt or bubble from housing, if used.
The skirt or bubble remains attached to the
housing during service.
5. Lower pole.
• Connect/Disconnect dome from base with I/O
board.
TO DISCONNECT DOME:
• Reattach skirt or bubble.
1. Raise pole and insert dome "eyeball down"
into tool's receptacle.
Telescopic Pole Required to Use Tool
2. Fins on dome mate with slots in tool.
The tool attaches to a telescopic pole that is similar to
the type used to clean swimming pools. The pole should
be 5 feet-5 inches to 15 feet-5 inches long and have a
1.170 -inch inside diameter to accept the 1.125-inch
diameter stem of the tool. If this pole cannot be obtained
locally, contact the following manufacturer:
3. Turn dome counterclockwise until it unlocks.
4. Lower pole "vertically" to prevent camera dome
from falling out.
CAUTION: Turning pole horizontally as it is
lowered can cause camera dome to fall out of
tool and possibly break on floor.
Recreational Water Products
627 E. College Ave.
Decatur, GA 33030
5. Remove dome for service.
Ask for product code 08140
UPC: 0-14746-58140-2
Procedure
Referring to Figure 21, maneuver the stem of the
tool into the top of the pole until it snaps in place.
TO ATTACH SKIRT OR BUBBLE:
Use the tool to push up on the bubble to secure it
in place. Magnets secure the bubble. Lower the
pole.
TO DETACH SKIRT OR BUBBLE:
Lifting the pole up at an angle, use one of the
hooks on the tool to catch one of the notches at the
side of the dome and pull down. The T-lanyard will
prevent the skirt or bubble from falling.
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Figure 21. How to use the install/removal tool
Skirt or Bubble Attachment/Detachment
A
B
Catch notch
and pull down
C
Snap tool
into pole
Attachment
Detachment
Dome Connection (reverse steps to disconnect)
Line up
Line up
D
Turn until
you feel a
click
B
C
E
Do not use this tool to connect the base without I/O board!
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Routine Troubleshooting
Troubleshooting Indoor
Domes
Use this procedure if:
• Dome does not respond to commands
CAUTION: This troubleshooting section is for
indoor camera domes only! To troubleshoot
outdoor domes, see installation and service
manual shipped with the outdoor housing.
• Dome does not produce video
• Quality of the video is poor
• Dome has no lens control.
This chapter contains information on:
• Routine troubleshooting
• Detailed troubleshooting
• Disassembling the dome.
CAUTION:
• DO NOT use this procedure if the dome
functions but does not pan or tilt (see step 2 on
page 22).
IMPORTANT!
• If an I/O board is used, use a ground strap
when handling the board. When shipping a
base having an I/O board, place the dust cover
over the spring finger connector to protect it.
1. Try routine troubleshooting first! Use this
procedure to isolate the problem without
disassembling the housing and eyeball
assembly (the base with the I/O board is
field repairable).
• DO NOT over tighten connector screws on the
I/O board; they are delicate. Use a 2.5mm
(0.1in) slotted screwdriver. Wider blade widths
can damage connectors.
CAUTION: DO NOT troubleshoot if the dome
functions but does not pan or tilt (see step 2).
2. If you cannot isolate the problem, or the dome
functions but does not pan or tilt, contact your
sales representative for repair instructions.
Procedure
3. If you have no choice but to repair the housing
and eyeball assembly. Follow the detailed
troubleshooting procedure, but use extreme
care.
1. Check video on monitor (a, b, or c).
Follow steps until the problem is corrected.
a. No video? Go to step 2.
b. Contrast or color off?
CAUTION: Once disassembled, parts of the
housing and eyeball assembly are "extremely
fragile" and may break. Proceed using extreme
care!
YES Contact your sales representative for
repair instructions.
NO
c. Video rolls when switching between
monitors?
Items You Will Need
YES Use the video controller or switcher to
synchronize video vertical sync phases
of all domes to ac line. For specific
instructions, see installation and
service manual for the controller or
switcher.
You should have on hand the following items:
• Phillips-head screwdriver
• Small slotted screwdriver
• 2.5mm (0.1in) slotted screwdriver (for wire
connections). Wider blade widths can damage
connectors.
• Socket wrench with 5in extension and 5.5mm,
6mm, 8mm, and 10mm sockets
• 14-18 AWG and 20-22 AWG wire strippers
• Install/Removal tool to connect/disconnect
dome to indoor bases with I/O boards, and to
attach/detach skirts and bubbles—without a
ladder.
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Go to step 2.
NO
Go to step 2.
2. Check ac power and video connections at Jbox. Are 24Vac and/or video signal absent?
YES Correct problem at J-box.
NO
Go to step 3.
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3. Detach dome from base and examine address
switches. Are they set correctly?
Figure 22. I/O board connector and jumper
locations
YES If dome still doesn't respond, contact your
sales representative for repair
instructions. If you must repair the dome,
see "Detailed Troubleshooting", next.
NO
Set correct address and reattach housing
and eyeball assembly.
Steps 4-9 are only for bases with I/O boards!
If the mounting base DOES NOT contain an I/O
board, stop here and contact your sales
representative for repair instructions.
4. Isolate problem to housing and eyeball
assembly or base by attaching dome to another
base with I/O board. Does dome display video
or respond to commands?
Pin 1
Pin 1
Pin 1
YES Problem is likely cable connections or I/O
board if used. Go to step 5.
P3
P7
P8
NO
Contact your sales representative for
repair instructions
I/O BOARD
Pin 1
P1
JW1
1
5. Verify coaxial video cable is securely connected
to coax of I/O board (Figure 22). Is cable
disconnected?
P4
YES Connect cable.
NO
Go to step 6.
JW1 Terminations
PINS
FUNCTION
1-2
Unterminated
2-3
Terminated
6. Observe green power LED on I/O board
(Figure 21). Is green LED off or not on steady?
YES Verify 24Vac cable is properly attached. If
OK, replace I/O board or contact your
sales representative for repair
instructions.
NO
Go to step 7.
P7 Connector (AC in)
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Pin
Color
Designation
1
Black
24 Vac
2
Red
Ground
3
White
24 Vac
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7. Observe yellow comm. LED (CR28) on I/O
board (Figure 23). Is the LED on or flashing?
YES Go to step 8.
NO
Verify cable is properly attached by
referring to table in step 9, page 17. If OK,
replace I/O board or contact your sales
representative for repair instructions.
Figure 23. I/O board switch and LED locations
SW1
RS-422 Test
Pushbutton
8. If using RS-422 network and an I/O board is
used, check comm. line connections by
pressing and holding data test switch SW1
(Figure 23) and observing nearby red (CR34)
and green (CR35) LEDs. These LEDs indicate
the following:
Constant green,
Blinking red
Comm. line correctly
wired.
Constant green,
No red
"Data In -" shorted to
ground.
Constant red,
Blinking green
"Data In +/ -" wires
reversed.
Blinking red,
Green off
"Data In +" shorted to
ground.
Both LEDs off
"Data In +/ -" wires
shorted or open.
Comm. LED
Power LED
9. Check spring finger connector on I/O board by
connecting housing and eyeball assembly to
original base to verify contact between spring
fingers and CPU board (under cap). Does dome
produce video and respond to commands?
P1 connector (Manchester data)
Pin
Color
1-4
YES Spring fingers may not have seated
properly. Reconnect housing and eyeball
assembly.
Designation
Not used.
5
Black
Manchester (+)
6
White
Manchester (–)
NO
If routine troubleshooting did not solve the
problem, the manufacturer strongly
recommends you contact your sales
representative for repair instructions.
P1 connector (RS-422 data)
Pin
Color
1
Orange
RS-422 Data In High (+)
2
Green
RS-422 Data In Low (–)
3
Yellow
RS-422 Data Out High (+)
4
Brown
RS-422 Data Out Low (–)
5-6
—
Replace I/O board.
Designation
If you must perform detailed troubleshooting,
use extreme care when disassembling parts!
See "Detailed Troubleshooting," next.
Not used.
P1 connector (SensorNet 485 data)
Pin
Color
Designation
1-4
—
5
Orange
SensorNet 485
6
Yellow
SensorNet 485
Not used.
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Detailed Troubleshooting
Procedure
Use this procedure to determine if the problem is a
simple cable connection or a major component.
1. Match symptom to one of the following criteria:
− Dome functions but does not pan
To perform this procedure, you must open the
housing and eyeball assembly. Refer to
"Disassembling the Dome" on page 26.
− Dome functions but does not tilt
− Dome does not "home" or respond to
commands even when attached to another
dome's base and its address switches are
set correctly (dead dome).
CAUTION:
• DO NOT use this procedure if the dome
functions but does not pan or tilt (see step 2 on
page 22).
2. Choose a, b, or c to determine if problem is a
cable connection or major component.
• If routine troubleshooting did not solve the
problem, the manufacturer strongly
recommends you contact your sales
representative for repair instructions. If you must
perform detailed troubleshooting, use extreme
care when disassembling parts!
• When shipping a base with I/O board, place the
dust cover over the spring fingers to protect
them.
a. Dome functions but does not pan.
On CPU board, is pan motor ribbon cable
attached to connector P4 and is metal side of
its fingers towards contacts of connector?
YES Replace CPU board. If this doesn't
work, replace pan motor.
NO
Connect cable(s).
b. Dome functions but does not tilt.
• Delicate connector screws on I/O board. DO
NOT over tighten them! Use a 2.5mm (0.1in)
slotted screwdriver. Wider blade widths can
damage connectors.
On camera/lens board, is tilt motor cable
attached to connector J3? Is slip ring cable
attached to connector J2?
• Dome contains electrostatic-sensitive PC
boards. Use a ground strap when handling
boards.
YES Replace camera/lens board. If this
doesn't work, replace tilt motor.
NO
Connect cable(s).
c. Dome does not "home" or respond to
commands (dead dome).
On CPU board, is power supply cable
attached to connector P3? Is slip ring cable
attached to connector P2?
YES Replace CPU board. If this doesn't
work, replace power supply board.
NO
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Disassembling the Dome
Removing the CPU Board
CAUTION: Once disassembled, parts of dome
housing and eyeball assembly are "extremely
fragile" and may break. Use extreme care!
CAUTION: Electrostatic-sensitive device. Use a
ground strap when handling CPU board.
This section explains how to remove the following
parts from the camera dome.
1. Remove cap.
Referring to Figure 24.
Remove three Phillips-head screws holding cap,
then "gently" lift cap to one side.
• CPU board, page 26
• Power supply, page 26
2. Detach connectors.
• Pan motor, page 27
On CPU board, detach 8-pin power supply
cable from connector P1, pan motor cable from
connector P8, and 14-pin slip ring cable from
connector P2.
• Slot covers, page 27
• Camera, page 28
• Eyeball, page 29
3. Remove CPU board.
• Camera/Lens board, page 29
Push your finger through large finger connector
hole in cap to pop out CPU board.
• Tilt motor, page 30.
4. Reverse steps to reassemble.
This section also explains how to update and
reprogram dome software (page 31).
CAUTION: Do not to pinch wires! When
inserting CPU board into housing, avoid
pinching power supply cable wires against
standoffs.
To order parts (authorized users only),
see page 32.
Tools Required
• Phillips-head screwdriver.
Figure 24. Removing the CPU board
• Small slotted screwdriver.
P2
P8
P1
Metal fingers of
ribbon cable must
face contacts of
connector.
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Removing the P/S Board
Removing the Pan Motor
CAUTION: Electrostatic-sensitive device. Use a
ground strap when handling power supply board.
Referring to Figure 26.
Referring to Figure 25.
1. Perform procedure "Removing the CPU Board"
(page 26).
1. Perform procedure "Removing the CPU Board"
(page 26).
2. Perform procedure "Removing the P/S Board"
(page 26).
2. Remove metal shield.
3. Remove pan motor.
Lift motor housing up as shown (1) to disengage
motor from pan gear. Then pull motor bracket
towards outside of housing (2) to remove.
Remove three standoffs holding metal shield,
gently remove power supply cable grommet
from shield, then "gently" lift shield out of
housing.
4. Reverse steps to reassemble.
CAUTION: Do not pull delicate cables attached
to power supply board.
CAUTION: When putting in a new motor, be
careful to properly mesh motor and pan gears!
Failure to do so can destroy both motor and pan
gear. Verify pan gear turns freely!
3. Detach fan motor cable.
Cable connects to connector CN3 on power
supply board.
4. Remove power supply board.
Figure 26. Removing the pan motor
Remove three standoffs, then remove power
supply board from housing.
5. Reverse steps to reassemble.
Pan Motor
(lift up,
then out)
1
2
Figure 25. Removing the P/S board
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Removing the Slot Covers
Removing the Camera
1. Gently swivel eyeball to totally expose one of
two slot covers (Figure 27).
1. Perform procedure "Removing the Slot Covers"
(page28).
CAUTION: Swiveling fast can damage gears.
2. Remove ribbon cable from camera (Figure 28).
Swivel camera yoke to expose camera
connector. Then, using a small slotted
screwdriver, 1) gently pry camera connector
loose from camera, and 2) pull it down through
cable tie wrap.
2. Insert small, thin-bladed screwdriver into space
between cover and eyeball.
3. Gently pry off slot cover.
4. Gently swivel eyeball to totally expose
remaining slot cover. With other cover removed,
this cover can be easily removed.
Figure 28. Removing the ribbon cable
Figure 27. Removing slot covers
1
2
3. Remove camera (Figure 29).
1) Loosen the screw holding the camera tripod
mount and then 2) carefully lift the camera out.
Figure 29. Removing the camera
2
1
Reverse steps to reassemble. Ensure ribbon
cable pins are inserted "face down".
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Detaching the Eyeball
Removing the Camera/Lens Board
1. Perform procedure "Removing the Slot Covers"
(page 28).
1. Perform procedure "Removing the Slot Covers"
(page 28).
2. Perform procedure "Removing the Camera"
(this page).
2. Perform procedure "Removing the Camera"
(page 28).
3. Detach eyeball from housing (Figure 30).
3. Perform procedure "Detaching the Eyeball"
(page 29).
a. Turn yoke to access tabs. One tab is more
accessible than the other. Use your finger to
press this tab while, simultaneously, using a
small slotted screwdriver to press the other.
4. Separate yoke brackets (Figure 32).
Figure 32. Separating the yoke brackets
b. While pressing tabs, push up on eyeball to
detach it.
Figure 30. Loosening the eyeball
5. Gently pry off yoke bracket covering
camera/lens board to access bearing
assembly (Figure 33).
Figure 33. Removing the yoke brackets
4. Detach slip ring connector (Figure 31).
Figure 31. Detaching the eyeball
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The following steps refer to Figure 34.
Removing the Tilt Motor
6. Access camera/lens board.
1. Perform procedure "Removing the Slot Covers"
(page28).
To do this, loosen captive retaining screw
holding bearing assembly in place and remove
this assembly.
2. Perform procedure "Removing the Camera"
(page 28).
7. Remove cables from camera/lens board.
3. Perform procedure "Detaching the Eyeball"
(page 29).
a. Small amber ribbon cable is from tilt motor.
Unplug this cable from connector J3 on
camera/lens board.
4. Separate yoke brackets (Figure 35).
b. Large gray ribbon cable is from slip ring
connector. Unplug this cable from connector
J2 on camera/lens board.
Figure 35. Separating the yoke brackets
DO NOT unplug small white ribbon cable from
connector J1.
8. Push out on three prongs to detach camera/lens
board.
9. Reverse steps to reassemble.
Figure 34. Removing the camera/lens board
Prongs (3)
DO NOT unplug
cable from J1.
J3 (Pins on ribbon
cable must face
contacts on
connector.)
5. Gently pry off yoke bracket covering pan
gear assembly to access tilt cable assembly
(Figure 36).
Figure 36. Removing the yoke brackets
Camera/Lens Board
Bearing Assembly
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6. Access tilt motor.
Updating/Reprogramming
Dome Software
To do this, loosen captive retaining screw
holding tilt cable assembly in place and gently
remove this assembly.
CAUTION: This procedure involves extracting a
flash memory chip, an electrostatic-sensitive
device. Use a ground strap when handling the chip.
7. Remove tilt motor (Figure 37).
Lift motor housing up as shown to disengage
motor from tilt gear. Then pull motor bracket
towards outside of cable/tilt assembly to remove
motor.
To update or reprogram dome software:
1. Insert the chip extractor tool into the square
access hole and squeeze the tool to extract the
flash memory chip (Figure 38).
2. Reprogram the chip or replace it with a new
one.
Figure 37. Removing the tilt motor
3. Align the dot on the chip with the indent on the
socket; then push down on the chip to reinsert
it.
Tilt Motor
(Lift up, then out.)
Figure 38. Removing the flash memory chip
8. Reverse steps to reassemble.
CAUTION: When installing a new motor, be
careful to properly mesh motor and tilt gears!
Failure to do so can destroy both motor and tilt
gear. Verify tilt gear turns freely!
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Eyeball Assembly
Parts List for
Authorized Users
27
Tilt Motor
3501-0018-01
28
Slot Cover (No Lens)*
0500-8037-01/-02
The following parts can be ordered by authorized
users only. To become authorized, contact your
sales representative. Parts in the tables below are
shown in Figure 39.
29
Yoke, Camera
0500-7258-01
30
Camera/Lens PC Board
0301-0953-01
31
Bearing Assy., Lens
Carriage
2510-0038-01
Parts lists
32
Yoke Bracket (Qty. 2 †)
0500-8038-01/-02
33
Cable Assy., Tilt
0650-1680-01
34
Camera, Color, 22x,
NTSC
2003-0037-41
Camera, Color, 22x,
PAL
2003-0037-42
Base Assembly without I/O Board
1
Mounting Base
0400-1146-01/-02
2
Video Cable Adapter,
BNC to Micro
6003-0170-01
35
3
Plug, 4-Pin
2109-0572-04
36
Camera, B&W, 22x, EIA
2003-0037-43
4
Plug, 9-Pin
2109-0572-09
37
2003-0037-44
5
Lanyard
0500-8019-01
Camera, B&W, 22x,
CCIR
6
Screw, PH, M3X6
(Qty. †)
5801-1041-111
38
Camera, Color, 23x,
NTSC
2003-0046-11
7
Washer, Ext. Tooth, M3
5851-0200-041
39
2003-0046-12
8
Clip, Lanyard
0500-8046-01
Camera, Color, 23x,
PAL
40
Camera, Color, 23X,
with EIS
2003-0052-01
41
Washer, Flat
2848-8100-08
42
Screw, 1/4-20 x 1/2
2804-7106-07
43
Screws, M2x3 (Qty. 4 †)
5801-0011-120
44
Tripod Mount
0500-6712-01
45
Slot Cover with Lens*
0400-1178-01/-02
Base Assembly with I/O Board
9
Mounting Base
0500-7257-02/-03
10
Ground Clip
0500-7293-01
11
I/O Board
0301-0546-01
12
Video XCVR BNC
ADACTP01BNC
Housing Assembly
13
Screws, M3x8 PHP
(Qty. 3†)
5801-1071-111
* Items 28 and 44 are supplied with the final assembly,
not the eyeball assembly.
14
Cap
0500-8021-02/-03
† Item shipped in quantities of one. Order the quantity
required.
15
CPU PC Board
0301-1548-03
16
Fan Cable Assy.
0650-2001-01
17
Standoff, M3x8Hx13L
(Qty. 3†)
5899-0055-01
18
Fan Plate
0500-9850-02
19
Screw, Thdcut, M3.5
(Qty. 2 †)
5899-0007-01
20
Standoff, M3x6Hx19L
(Qty. 3 †)
5887-1122-020
21
Power Supply PC Board
5606-0015-03
22
Slip Ring Assy.
2100-0005-01
23
Pan Motor
3501-0017-01
24
Housing
0500-7255-02/-03
25
Bearing Assy., Pan
Gear
2510-0040-01
26
Skirt
0500-6710-02
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Figure 39. Base, housing, and eyeball assembly
Standard Base
Assembly*
* RUPTB/RUWPTB
** RUIOB/RUWIOB
Housing Assembly
(0404-0078-03/-04
Base Assembly
with I/O Board**
13
14
9
1
2
10
3
11
15
16
17
4
18
5
12
6 7 8
19
20
21
Housing and Eyeball Assy. Assy.
SpeedDome Ultra VII only (0101-0041-xx)
SpeedDome Ultra VII with EIS only (01010120-21)
22
23
24
25
26
28
27
29
30
33
31
Eyeball Assy. (0404-0079-xx)
-01 Color 22X NTSC camera (BLK)
-02 Color 22X PAL camera (BLK)
-03 B&W 22X EIA camera (BLK)
34-40
-04 B&W 22X CCIR camera (BLK)
-05 Color 22X NTSC camera (WHT)
41
-06 Color 22X PAL camera (WHT)
-11 Color 23X NTSC camera (BLK)
42
-12 Color 23X PAL camera (BLK)
-15 Color 23X NTSC camera (WHT)
- 29 Color 23X NTSC EIS camera (BLK)
32
44
43
45
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Electrical
Specifications-Indoor Dome
Input Voltage ................................... 18-30Vac, 50/60 Hz
Operational
NEC Class 2 LPS
Design Tolerance ............................ 16-36Vac, 50/60 Hz
Pan/Tilt:
Manual Pan Speed.................... 0.2°-100° per second
Power Consumption........................................16W max.
(scaled to zoom position)
Current ..........................................................0.85A max.
Manual Tilt Speed ................... 0.25°-100° per second
Allowable Drop Out .............................................. 100ms
(scaled to zoom position)
Power On In-Rush Current...................................... 1.5A
Preset Pan/Tilt Speed .......220° per second maximum
Surge Protection:
Pan Travel.............................360° continuous rotation
Video Output .........................Low capacitance Zener
suppressor 6.5V, 1500W
Tilt Travel .............................................................>90°
Power Line ............................TVS rated at 60V, 1.5
joules, 250A 8/20µs
impulse
Pan/Tilt Accuracy ................................................±0.5°
23X (Day/Night) Camera Zoom Functions:
RS-422..................................TVS rated at 9.8V/1A,
20V/25A, 500W, 8/20µs
impulse
Optical Zoom.........................................................23X
Digital Zoom ..........................................................10X
Manchester/
SensorNet 485 ......................Gas discharge tube rated
at: 8/20µs impulse
discharge current of 10kA,
ten 8/20µs impulse
discharge current of 5kA
Isolation transformer
coupled 2000Vrms.
PTC fuse protects
transformer. TVS rated at
9.8V/1A, 20V/25A, 500W,
8/20µs impulse
Zoom Pause................. 23X selectable or 35X default
Total Zoom ..........................................................230X
Zoom Stop ........ 46X, 69X, 92X (default), 115X, 138X
161X, 184X, 207X, 230X
Zoom/Focus Accuracy ...................................... ±0.5%
Auto Synchronization:
Line Locked....................Remote V-phase adjustment
Internal .....................................Built-in sync generator
Alarm Input............................TVS rated at 9.8V/1A,
20V/25A, 500W, 8/20µs
impulse
Address Range ...................................................... 1-255
Quick View™ Access Time......<1 second to position. Full
zoom in <4 seconds.
Focus on VM16, VM32
and VideoManager
systems is <1 second.
Focus on VM96 and
RV2715 systems is <7
seconds
Alarms Inputs/Control Outputs:
When no I/O board is used:
Inputs ................................1 dry contact/3.5mA sink
Outputs .................................1 open collector driver
@ 12Vdc, 40mA
When I/O board is used:
Programmable Patterns..........Up to 16 depending on
host
Inputs ..............................4 dry contacts/3.5mA sink
Outputs ...............................4 open collector drivers
Program Storage ....................256 Kbytes of Flash
memory
@ 12Vdc, 40mA
Data Storage ..........................128 Kbytes of SRAM
Environmental
Menu Languages ....................English, French, German,
Spanish, Italian, and
Portuguese
Operating Temperature....... –10° to 50°C (14° to 122°F)
Relative Humidity ................. 0 to 95% non-condensing
Storage Temperature ...............................–20°C to 65°C
(–4°F to 149°F)
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Mechanical
Eyeball Diameter ........................................ 12cm (4.7in)
Specifications-23X Camera
with EIS
Weight:
Type ........................... Interline transfer 1/4in CCD array
Height ......................................................... 20.8cm (8in)
Housing and Eyeball ............................. 1.36kg (3 lbs)
Scanning Area................................ 3.2 (H) x 2.4 (V) mm
Base (standard) ............................... 0.09kg (0.20 lbs)
Scanning System ........................................ 2:1 interlace
Base (with I/O board) ....................... 0.16kg (0.35 lbs)
Video Out .......................... 1.0 Vp-p/75 ohms composite
Lens and Bubble Densities
Signal-to-Noise.........................................50 dB (typical)
Eyeball Lens ................................................................ f0
Bubbles:
Horizontal Resolution ........................ 470 lines at center
RUCLR (Clear)......................................................... f0
Minimum Illumination ............. 0.5 lux (AGC On, 20 IRE)
RUSLV (Silver).............................................. f1.5 to f2
0.03 lux with ¼ s open shutter
RUSMK (Smoke)................................................... f0.5
0.01 lux in IR mode
RUGLD (Gold)............................................... f1.5 to f2
0.009 lux in IR mode with ¼ s open shutter
White Balance ..........Through-the-Lens (TTL) Automatic
Tracing White balance (ATW)
NTSC:
Effective Pixels.......................... 962 (H) x 654 (V) pixels
Scanning ......................... 525 lines, 60 fields, 30 frames
Horizontal .......................................................15.734kHz
Vertical ................................................................ 59.9Hz
Lens Design:
Type ............................................................... Aspherical
Focal Length ............................................3.6 to 82.8mm
Aperture ..................... f1.6 (wide angle), f3.7 (telephoto)
Viewing Angle (equivalent to 8-80 mm on 1/2in CCD
array, or 11-110 mm on 2/3in CCD array):
3.6mm .......................................... 54.0°(H) x 40.5°(V)
82.8mm ............................................ 2.5°(H) x 1.9°(V)
Field-of-View Formulas:
3.2mm* x distance from camera (m)
Focal length (mm)
2.4mm** x distance from camera (m)
Focal length (mm)
= Horizontal view (m)
= Vertical view (m)
* Horizontal scanning area of pickup device (mm) in
camera.
** Vertical scanning area of pickup device (mm) in
camera.
Example: Wide angle view with lens at 6mm and viewed
object at 10m.
3.2mm x 10m
6mm
2.4mm x 10m
6mm
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= 4.0m Vertical view (m)
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Other Declarations
Declarations
Regulatory Compliance
REG ID ............................................................... VP SDU
Emissions ................................ 47 CFR, Part 15, Class A
ICES-003 Class A
EN55022 Class A
EN61000-3-2
EN61000-3-3
Immunity ........................................................ EN50130-4
Safety .................................................................. UL1950
CSA C22.2 No. 950
EN 60950
IEC 60950
FCC COMPLIANCE: This equipment complies with Part 15
of the FCC rules for intentional radiators and Class A digital
devices when installed and used in accordance with the
instruction manual. Following these rules provides reasonable
protection against harmful interference from equipment
operated in a commercial area. This equipment should not be
installed in a residential area as it can radiate radio frequency
energy that could interfere with radio communications, a
situation the user would have to fix at their own expense.
Thank you for using American Dynamics products. We
support our products through an extensive and worldwide
network of dealers. The dealer, through whom you originally
purchased this product, is your point of contact if you have a
need for service or support. Our dealers are fully empowered
to provide the very best in customer service and support.
Dealers should contact American Dynamics at
(800) 507-6268 or (561) 912-6259 or on the web at
www.americandynamics.net.
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Corporation makes no representation or warranty with respect
to the contents hereof and specifically disclaims any implied
warranties of merchantability or fitness for any particular
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NOTICE: The information in this manual was current when
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change without notice.
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EQUIPMENT MODIFICATION CAUTION: Equipment
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FCC compliance, could void the user's authority to operate the
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Appendix A: Vicon Wiring Configurations
In Vicon systems where domes support loop through, daisy chain the SpeedDome Ultra VII domes off the last
Vicon dome in the communications chain.
Figure 40. SpeedDome Ultra VII dome loop-through wiring from Vicon dome
To controller or
other domes
In Out
Command
In
Out
Response
Vicon dome
SpeedDome
Ultra VII dome
SpeedDome
Ultra VII dome
In Vicon systems where domes support RS-485 daisy chaining, daisy chain the SpeedDome Ultra VII domes
off the controller or one of the Vicon domes in the communications chain.
Figure 41. SpeedDome Ultra VII dome RS-485 wiring from Vicon dome
To controller or
other domes
+ + In
Out
Command Response
R+ R- T+ T-
R+ R- T+ T-
Vicon dome
SpeedDome
Ultra VII dome
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