Sensormatic SpeedDome Ultra IV Specifications

Installation and Service Guide
SpeedDome Ultra III
and IV Camera
Domes
®
1
RAS515, RAS516, RAS615
and RAS616 Series
Contents
About this Guide...................................................1
About the Camera Dome .....................................2
Data Cable Requirements....................................8
Install/Removal Tool for RUIOB Base..................8
Power-Up Routine................................................9
Synchronizing Domes ..........................................9
Figure 1. SpeedDome Ultra camera dome
Diagnostic LEDs ..................................................9
Warnings and Cautions .....................................10
Using the Install/Removal Tool ..........................20
Mounting
Base
Troubleshooting Indoor Domes..........................22
Ordering Parts....................................................34
Specifications—Indoor Dome ............................36
Specifications—Outdoor Housing ......................37
Housing
Specifications—12X Camera .............................38
Specifications—16X Camera .............................39
Declarations .......................................................40
Eyeball
About this Guide
This guide explains how to connect the camera
dome to a mounting base and how to service it.
It does not explain how to:
· Determine a mounting location for the camera
dome. The mounting location is determined by
customer requirements; therefore, this
information is provided separately.
SpeedDome, Sensormatic, and the Sensormatic logo are
registered trademarks of Sensormatic Electronics Corporation.
Other product names (if any) mentioned herein may be
trademarks or registered trademarks of other companies.
· Attach the mounting base. There are two types
of mounting bases. See information shipped
with the base.
No part of this guide may be reproduced in any form without
written permission from Sensormatic Electronics Corporation.
· Assemble housings and structures used with
this dome. See information shipped with the
housing and structure.
© Copyright 2001. All rights reserved.
BSL 2/2001
· Program the dome. See operator’s guide
shipped with the dome.
Changes From Prior Revision
Significant changes are noted with revision bars in
margins.
· Removed reference to factory default setting on
jumper JW1. See pages 14 and 17.
· Updated Regulatory Compliance information.
8000-2573-18, Rev. D (42 pages)
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About the Camera Dome
The SpeedDome® Ultra camera dome (Figure 1)
mounts indoors or outdoors, and can communicate
with the video controller over a SensorNet 485,
RS422, or Manchester network (Ultra IV only). The
dome consists of a mounting base, and a housing
and rotating eyeball assembly.
Mounting Base
The housing and eyeball assembly connects to the
base using a twist and lock action, which enables
the dome to be easily moved 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 RUPTB standard base and a RUIOB base with
I/O board.
· RUPTB Base. 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.
· RUIOB Base. 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
RUPTB base, or four alarm inputs and four
alarm outputs using the RUIOB base.
· Eyeball. Gloss black and 120mm (4.75") in
diameter, 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.
Two slot covers in the eyeball facilitate access
to the camera, one of which incorporates a
camouflaged lens. Remove both covers to
improve ventilation when the dome is to be
used outdoors.
As shown in Table 1, the housing and eyeball
assembly can be ordered:
· With no base for existing indoor installations or
for mounting outdoors.
· With a RUPTB standard base or RUIOB base
with I/O board for new indoor installations.
· With one of four CCD cameras
- Color NTSC
- Black & White EIA
- Color PAL
- Black & White CCIR.
Each camera has 12X (Ultra III) or 16X
(Ultra IV) optical zoom with continuous auto
focus and back light compensation. Electronic
zoom provides selectable magnification up to
96X (Ultra III) or 128X (Ultra IV).
Table 1. Product codes for housing and eyeball assembly configurations
No Base
RUPTB Base
RUIOB Base
2
Color NTSC
B & W EIA
Color PAL
B & W CCIR
Ultra III
RAS516LS
RAS515LS
RAS516LS-1
RAS515LS-1
Ultra IV
RAS616LS
RAS615LS
RAS616LS-1
RAS615LS-1
Ultra III
RAS516LSP
RAS515LSP
RAS516LSP-1
RAS515LSP-1
Ultra IV
RAS616LSP
RAS615LSP
RAS616LSP-1
RAS615LSP-1
Ultra III
RAS516LSI
RAS515LSI
RAS516LSI-1
RAS515LSI-1
Ultra IV
RAS616LSI
RAS615LSI
RAS616LSI-1
RAS615LSI-1
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Figure 2. Mounting base and housing
and eyeball assembly
RUPTB Mounting Base
RUIOB Mounting Base
Indoor Ceiling Mounting
Using hardware shipped with the base, the dome
attaches directly to indoor ceilings made of sheet
rock, wood, metal, or concrete (Figure 3), or to tile
ceiling T-bars where they intersect (Figure 4).
Figure 3. Surface mounting to hard ceilings
Figure 4. Surface mounting to tile ceilings
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Indoor Ceiling/
Wall Mounting (Optional)
Structural I-Beams
RHIUIB†
Enables dome to suspend
from an I-beam.
The camera dome attaches to one of the following
optional indoor mounting structures (Figure 5).
Sheet Rock, Plaster or Wood Ceilings
RHIUTH
Top hat housing with trim ring
This housing attaches to a ceiling
or to most indoor mounting structures. A bubble and trim ring provide
concealment. Optional bubbles:
RUCLR (clear), RUSLV (silver),
RUSMK (smoked), or RUGLD (gold).
Plenum adapter RHPLA may be
required to meet local fire codes.
RHIUHC
RHIUFB*
RHIUFB
Pendant mount
RHIUAB
RHIU3X3†
RHIU2X2*
CAUTION: Do not use the same
electrical box used for line voltage
mains.
RHIU4X4†
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.
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2 X 2 tile mount
Enables top hat housing to be
recessed in 2x2 openings
(incorporates top hat housing).
RHIU2X2P*
2 X 2 tile pendant mount
Enables dome to be suspended
from 2x2 openings.
Wall Mounting
RHIUWM*
Wall mount
Attaches dome to a flat vertical
surface.
RHIUCM*
3 X 3 mounting plate
Attaches dome to a standard
3.5 x 3.5 duplex electrical box.
Adjustable bracket
Enables top hat housing to be
recessed in a 2x4 tile (requires top
hat RHIUTH).
Suspends dome from a hard ceiling.
Electrical Box in Ceiling
Fixed bracket
Enables top hat housing to be
recessed in a 2x2 tile (requires top
hat RHIUTH).
Fixed bracket
Enables top hat housing to be
recessed in ceiling (requires top
hat RHIUTH).
RHIUPNDT†
Tile Ceilings
Hard ceiling bracket
Enables top hat housing to be
recessed in ceiling (requires top
hat RHIUTH).
I-beam mount
Wall mount with corner feature
Attaches dome to attach to a wall,
inside corner, or outside corner.
RHIULWM*†
Long .6m (24") wall mount
Positions dome away from wall to
enable it to see over furniture,
shelving, and displays. This mounting
structure attaches to the 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.
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Figure 5. Indoor mounting structures (optional)
RHIUFB
RHIUAB
RHIUHC
RHIUIB
RHIU2X2
RHPLA
RHIU2X2P
Only I-Beam
Clamp Supplied
RHIUTH
RHIUWM
RHIUPNDT
RHIUCM
RHIUTR
Only Plate
Supplied
RHIU3X3
RHIU4X4
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RUCLR
RUSLV
RUSMK
RUGLD
RHIULWM
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Outdoor Mounting (Optional)
Note: This document does not include outdoor
installation and service instructions. For these
instructions, see Installing the RHODUL Outdoor
Housing, 8000-2573-04.
The camera dome attaches to outdoor walls and
ceilings using an RHODUL outdoor housing
(Figure 6) and one of the following optional
mounting structures (Figure 8):
·
·
·
·
·
SpeedDome Housing Adapter
Bracket (Optional)
An RHSDA adapter bracket (Figure 7) enables the
dome to fit into SpeedDome indoor and outdoor
housings. Locking pins in the bracket enable the
dome to swing out for servicing or removal.
Figure 7. RHSDA adapter bracket (optional)
RHORM Over Roof Mount
RHOCM Ceiling Mount
RHOPM Pole Mount
RHOWM Wall Mount
RH170 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 to protect against
lightning strikes.
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 6. RHODUL outdoor housing (optional)
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Figure 8. Outdoor mounting structures
(optional)
RHORM over roof mount
RHOPM pole mount
RHOWM wall mount
RHOCM ceiling mount
RH170 corner bracket (shown with RHOWM mount)
Top View
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Data Cable Requirements
Table 2 shows the data cable requirements for
SensorNet, RS422, and Manchester networks. For
more information about communication protocols
and cable networks, see Communication Protocols
and Cable Networks, 8000-2573-19.
Table 2. Data cable requirements
Cable
type
SensorNet
RS422
Manchester
1
unshielded,
twisted pair*
2
shielded,
twisted
pair*
1
shielded
twisted pair**
The install/removal tool (Figure 9) enables you to
connect or disconnect the housing and eyeball
assembly from the RUIOB 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 the RUPTB base.
Figure 9. RHIRT indoor install/removal tool
Wire
gauge
22 AWG
22 AWG
18 AWG
Connection
Nonpolarized
Polarized
Polarized
Max.
devices
on line
32
10
3
*
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.
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Install/Removal Tool for
RUIOB Base
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RHIRT Removal Tool
Telescopic Pole 08140
by Recreational Water
Products. See page 20
to order.
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Power-Up Routine
Synchronizing Domes
After power is connected to the dome, the dome
performs the following homing routine.
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.
1. After a few seconds, the camera lens tilts up
into the housing and eyeball assembly.
2. The lens tilts downs until it looks at the floor.
3. Eyeball pans slowly.
4. Lens tilts up 90° (home position).
Once the lens is in its home position, you can
then use the controller to call up the camera
and control it.
Diagnostic LEDs
If RUPTB standard base is used, LEDs in the
housing and eyeball assembly enable you to check
for power and data.
If RUIOB 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 RS422 network is
used, other LEDs on the board indicate that wiring
is correct, reversed, open, or grounded.
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Warnings and Cautions
Please review the following warnings and cautions
before you begin installation or service.
WARNINGS
!
WARNING!
ALWAYS USE:
· Proper safety equipment for the
location and type of installation.
· Proper lift equipment to reach the
installation.
· Safety features of the lift equipment.
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.
!
WARNING!
!
WARNING!
DO NOT install this camera dome in
hazardous areas where highly combustible
or explosive products are stored or used.
!
WARNING!
EU power requirements: This product
runs on 24Vac. In the EU, it is intended to
be powered from a Limited Power Source.
A limited power source is a certified source
of SELV, and if inherently limited, with 8
amps maximum output current, and a
maximum of 100VA available; or if not
inherently limited, fused with a maximum
value of 3.3 Amps, meeting section 2.11 of
IEC950, and a maximum of 250VA
available. The power supply can be
obtained through 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.
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, liquid-tight 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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CAUTIONS
For indoor domes, the maximum length of
power cable allowed between the Class 2 LPS
(low voltage) ac source, such as a J-box, and
the dome is 250m (820').
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.
RS422 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 camera dome connected
at the end of a cable run.
When using the RUPTB standard base 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.
When connecting the housing and eyeball
assembly to an outdoor housing:
- Remove both slot covers to keep the
camera from overheating.
- Keep cables entering the housing away from
the heater assembly.
- Place tubing around the BNC connectors to
avoid shorting their metal surface to the
outdoor housing.
- Check heater fans. Both fans must be on to
prevent 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. Proceed using extreme care!
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.
- Use a jeweler’s 2.5mm (0.1") slotted
screwdriver to tighten connector screws. Do
not over tighten these screws.
- Use the dust cover when shipping the I/O
board back to the manufacturer. It will
protect the spring-finger connector.
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Indoor Installation
This section explains how to connect the housing
and eyeball assembly to a:
Other Preparations
To ensure a smooth and successful
installation, you must:
· RUPTB mounting base
· RUIOB mounting base.
Have electrical work comply with latest national
electrical code, national fire code, and all
applicable local codes and ordinances.
Items You Will Need
Coordinate work with other trades to avoid
interference.
You should have on hand the following
tools and parts:
Install/Removal tool to attach and detach
domes and bubbles without a ladder from
RUIOB mounting bases.
Base kit:
- RUIOB (base with I/O board), or
- RUPTB (standard base).
Housing and eyeball assembly, 0100-2283-XX.
The -XX determines the type of camera used.
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.
For Ultra III:
-01 = Color NTSC
-02 = Color PAL
-03 = Black and White EIA
-04 = Black and White CCIR
For Ultra IV:
-11 = Color NTSC
-12 = Color PAL
-13 = Black and White EIA
-14 = Black and White CCIR
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Connecting to RUPTB
Mounting Base
2. Attach safety lanyard to cap on housing
and eyeball assembly (Figure 11). Use M3 x 6
screw supplied with lanyard.
This procedure explains how to connect the
housing and eyeball assembly to a RUPTB base.
Figure 11. Attaching safety lanyard
CAUTION: The maximum length of cable allowed
between the Class 2 LPS (low voltage) ac source,
such as a J-box, and the dome is 250m (820').
!
WARNING!
Ensure that ac power and electrical
signals are off during wire connections!
1. Set dome address (Figure 10).
Recessed at top of housing and eyeball
assembly are three rotary address switches.
Address range is from 001 to 255, except for
Manchester, which is 01 to 64.
Set switches from most significant bit (MSB)
to least significant bit (LSB). For example:
For address 166, set SW3 to 1, SW2 to 6,
and SW1 to 6.
Only use this
location to secure
lanyard.
Figure 10. Setting address switches
SW3
MSB
0
SW2
9 0
SW1
LSB
9 0
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3. WITH POWER OFF, connect video cable
(Figure 12).
a. Connect BNC of video micro coax cable
6003-0131-01 to BNC of video cable.
b. Feed cable through access hole in base.
c.
Press micro coax connector into mating
receptacle in top of housing and eyeball
assembly. A firm snap indicates a tight
connection.
4. Set data communications jumper JW1 (Figure
12).
If data lines continue to another dome, set JW1
across pins 1–2 (unterminated). Otherwise, set
JW1 across pins 2–3 (terminated).
You may need a small slotted screwdriver to
gently pry jumper loose. Be careful not to
damage underlying PC board.
Figure 12. Video cable connection and
termination jumper location
5. Connect 9-pin plug (data and power) to 9-pin
receptacle (Figure 13).
CAUTION: DO NOT connect 9-pin plug unless
you have performed step 3 first!
a. Feed cables through access hole in base.
b. Connect data and power wires to 9-pin plug
(refer to charts below).
c.
Insert plug into mating receptacle in top of
housing and eyeball assembly.
Manchester data and power connections
(Ultra IV only). 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.
RS422 data and power connections
Micro
Coax
Cable
Termination
Jumper JW1
Pin
Color
Designation
1-2
—
3
Black
24Vac
4
Red
Ground
5
White
6
Orange
RS422 Data In High (+)
7
Green
RS422 Data In Low (–)
8
Yellow
RS422 Data Out High (+)
9
Brown
RS422 Data Out Low (–)
Not used.
24vac
SensorNet data and power connections
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Pin
Color
Designation
1
Orange
SensorNet (unshielded)
2
Yellow
SensorNet (unshielded)
3
Black
24Vac
4
Red
Ground
5
White
6-9
—
24vac
Not used.
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6. Connect 4-pin plug (alarm input/output) to 4-pin
receptacle (Figure 13).
a. Feed cable through access hole in base.
b. Connect alarm wires to 4-pin plug (refer to
chart below).
c.
Insert plug into mating receptacle in top of
housing and eyeball assembly.
Alarm connections
Pin
Color
Designation
1
—
+12Vdc
2
—
Alarm Out
3
—
Alarm in
4
—
Common
LEDs CR2,
CR3, and CR4
visible through
opening.
1. Yellow CR4 LED glows steadily indicating
communication between controller and
dome, or glows steadily, turns off,
and then blinks.
2. Red CR3 LED blinks slowly indicating that
dome software is operating.
To test SensorNet or RS422 network:
1. Green CR2 LED blinks indicating data
present.
Yellow CR4 LED glows steadily indicating
communication between controller and
dome (RS422), or glows steadily, turns off,
and then blinks (SensorNet).
Note: To check RS422 connections, set
dome address switch SW3 to 9 and check
red and green LEDs. Red should be off,
green should blink. If red blinks, RS422 is
wired backwards. If red and green are off,
then RS422 communication is absent. When
done with this test, set switch SW3 back to 0
and reset dome from controller.
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To test Manchester network:
Note: CR4 only blinks when both
Manchester wires are connected. Green
CR2 LED is not used to test Manchester.
Figure 13. Cable connections (Manchester
requires separate cables for data and power)
9-pin plug
10. Check LEDs to verify that power and data are
reaching dome (Figure 13).
LEDs CR2, CR3, and CR4 surround video
connection and are visible through opening.
LEDs light in the following order:
4-pin plug
2. Red CR3 LED blinks slowly indicating that
dome software is operating.
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7. Connect housing and eyeball assembly to base
(Figure 14).
a. Align dimple on cap of dome with rib on
mounting base.
8. Wait a few seconds for dome to begin its
homing routine. Homing routine indicates that
address was placed into dome memory and
that dome is ready for programming.
b. Mate housing and eyeball assembly to base
and turn it clockwise until you hear a click.
Figure 14. Connecting housing and eyeball
assembly to base (cables and lanyard not
shown)
LA TCH
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Connecting to RUIOB
Mounting Base
This procedure explains how to connect the
housing and eyeball assembly to an RUIOB
mounting base.
CAUTION: The maximum length of cable allowed
between the Class 2 LPS (low voltage) ac source,
such as a J-box, and the dome is 250m (820').
Pin
Color
Designation
1
Orange
RS422 Data In High (+)
2
Green
RS422 Data In Low (–)
3
Yellow
RS422 Data Out High (+)
4
Brown
RS422 Data Out Low (–)
5-6
—
Not used.
SensorNet data connections
WARNING!
!
RS422 data connections
Ensure that ac power and electrical
signals are off during wire connections!
Referring to Figure 15:
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.
Pin
Color
Designation
1-4
—
Not used.
5
Orange
SensorNet (unshielded)
6
Yellow
SensorNet (unshielded)
Figure 15. Electrical connections
1. Set data communications jumper JW1. If data
lines continue to another dome, set JW1 across
pins 1–2 (unterminated). Otherwise, set JW1
across pins 2–3 (terminated).
2. Connect video cable to BNC
connector P8 on I/O board.
3. Connect Manchester, RS422, or SensorNet
485 data wires to connector P1.
Manchester data connections (Ultra IV only).
Order data cable 88760 (plenum) or 8760
(non-plenum) from Belden by calling
1-800-235-3361.
Pin
Color
Designation
1-4
—
5
Black
Manchester (+)
6
White
Manchester (–)
Pin 1
Pin 1
Pin 1
P3
P7
P8
P4
Pin 1
Not used.
I/O BOARD
P1
1
JW1
JW1 Terminations
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1-2
Unterminated
2-3
Terminated
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4. Connect alarm output cable, if used,
to P3 connector.
Pin
Color
Designation
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
5. Connect alarm input cable, if used,
to P4 connector.
Pin
Color
Designation
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)
5
—
Ground
6
—
Ground
8. Reattach I/O board.
9. Connect power to base.
10. Check LEDs on I/O board to verify power and
data are reaching dome (Figure 16).
a. Observe green (ac power) and yellow
(comm.) LEDs. Green LED glows steadily
and yellow LED glows steadily (RS422,
Manchester) or blinks (SensorNet).
b. For RS422, press and hold data test switch
SW1 and observe nearby red and green
LEDs; they indicate the following:
Constant green,
Blinking red
RS422 line correctly
wired.
Constant green,
No red
RS422 “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.
Figure 16. Test switch/LEDs on I/O board
SW1
6. Connect power to P7 connector.
Pin
Color
Designation
1
Black
24 Vac
2
Red
Ground
3
White
24 Vac
RS422 Test
Pushbutton
Comm. LED
Power LED
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11. Set dome address (Figure 17).
Recessed at top of housing and eyeball
assembly are three rotary address switches.
Address range is from 001 to 255, except for
Manchester, which is 01 to 64.
Set switches from most significant bit (MSB)
to least significant bit (LSB). For example:
For address 166, set SW3 to 1, SW2 to 6,
and SW1 to 6.
Figure 17. Setting address switches
SW3
MSB
0
SW2
9 0
SW1
LSB
9 0
12. Connect housing and eyeball assembly to base
(Figure 18).
a. Align dimple on cap of dome with rib on
mounting base.
b. Mate housing and eyeball assembly to base
and turn it clockwise until you hear a click.
13. Wait a few seconds for dome to begin its
homing routine. Homing routine indicates that
address was placed into dome memory and
that dome is ready for programming.
Figure 18. Connecting housing and eyeball
assembly to base
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Using the Install/Removal
Tool
CAUTION: Do not use this tool to connect the
dome the RUPTB base.
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:
· Detach skirt or bubble from housing, if used.
Skirt or bubble remain attached to the housing
during service.
· Connect/Disconnect dome from RUIOB base.
TO CONNECT DOME:
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.
2. Align label on tool with logo on I/O board in
base. Push dome up into place.
3. Turn dome clockwise until it clicks.
4. If power is applied, dome should begin its
“homing” routine.
5. Lower pole.
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 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:
Recreational Water Products
627 E. College Ave.
Decatur, GA 33030
Ask for product code 08140
UPC: 0-14746-58140-2
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.
5. Remove dome for service.
Procedure
Referring to Figure 19, maneuver the stem of the
tool into the top of the pole until it snaps in place.
TO ATTACH SKIRT OR BUBBLE:
Use tool to push up on bubble and to secure it in
place. Magnets secure the bubble. Lower pole.
TO DETACH SKIRT OR BUBBLE:
Lifting pole up at an angle, use one of the hooks
on tool to catch one of the notches at side of dome
and pull down. T-lanyard will prevent skirt or
bubble from falling.
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Figure 19. How to use the install/removal tool
Skirt or Bubble Attachment/Detachment
A
B
C
Catch notch
and pull down.
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 RUPTB base!
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Troubleshooting Indoor
Domes
CAUTION: This troubleshooting section is for
indoor camera domes only! To troubleshoot
outdoor domes, see installation and service
manual shipped with the outdoor housing.
This chapter contains information on:
· Routine troubleshooting
· Detailed troubleshooting
· Disassembling the dome.
IMPORTANT!
1. Try routine troubleshooting first! Use this
procedure to isolate the problem without
disassembling the housing and eyeball
assembly (RUIOB base is field repairable).
Items You Will Need
You should have on hand the following items:
Phillips-head screwdriver
Small slotted screwdriver
2.5mm (0.1") slotted screwdriver (for wire
connections). Wider blade widths can damage
connectors.
Socket wrench with 5” 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.
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, ship the dome
to the National Service Center (NSC).
The manufacturer suggests that you ship the
entire dome (with base, if it contains an I/O
board) to the NSC. For repair authorization,
contact your Sensormatic representative.
3. If you have no choice but to repair the housing
and eyeball assembly. Follow the detailed
troubleshooting procedure, but use extreme
care.
CAUTION: Once disassembled, parts of the
housing and eyeball assembly are “extremely
fragile” and may break. Proceed using extreme
care!
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Routine Troubleshooting
Use this procedure if:
·
·
·
·
Dome does not respond to commands
Dome does not produce video
Quality of the video is poor
Dome has no lens control.
CAUTION:
· DO NOT use this procedure if the dome
functions but does not pan or tilt (see page 22).
· If an I/O board is used, use a ground strap
when handling the board.
· When shipping a base having an I/O board to
the manufacturer, place the dust cover over the
spring finger connector to protect it.
· DO NOT overtighten connector screws on the
I/O board; they are delicate. Use a 2.5mm
(0.1") slotted screwdriver. Wider blade widths
can damage connectors.
Procedure
Follow steps until the problem is corrected.
1. Check video on monitor (a, b, or c).
a. No video? Go to step 2.
b. Contrast or color off?
YES Ship entire dome (base included, if it
contains an I/O board) back to the
NSC. Place dust cover over spring
finger connector on I/O board.
NO Go to step 2.
a. Video rolls when switching between
monitors?
YES Use 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 controller or
switcher.
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.
3. Detach dome from base and examine address
switches. Are they set correctly?
YES If dome still doesn’t respond, ship entire
dome (base included, if it contains an I/O
board) to the NSC. 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 ship the housing and eyeball
assembly to the NSC. See “IMPORTANT!” on
page 22 for phone numbers.
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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?
YES Problem is likely cable connections or I/O
board if used. Go to step 5.
NO
Ship dome and base to NSC. Place dust
cover over spring finger connector on I/O
board.
5. Verify coaxial video cable is securely connected
to coax of I/O board (Figure 20). Is cable
disconnected?
YES Connect cable.
NO
Go to step 6.
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
O.K., replace I/O board or ship entire
dome to the NSC.
NO
Go to step 7.
P7 Connector (AC in)
Pin
Color
Designation
1
Black
24 Vac
2
Red
Ground
3
White
24 Vac
7. Observe yellow communication LED on I/O
board (Figure 21). Is yellow LED flashing?
Figure 20. I/O board connector and jumper
locations
YES Go to step 8.
NO
Verify cable is properly attached by
referring to table in step 10, page 18. If
OK, replace I/O board or ship dome and
base to NSC.
Figure 21. I/O board switch and LED locations
SW1
RS422 Test
Pushbutton
Pin 1
Comm. LED
Pin 1
Pin 1
Power LED
P3
P7
P8
I/O BOARD
P4
Pin 1
P1
1
JW1
JW1 Terminations
24
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1-2
Unterminated
2-3
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P1 connector (Manchester data)
Pin
Color
Designation
1–4
—
5
Black
Manchester (+)
6
White
Manchester (–)
Not used.
P1 connector (RS422 data)
Pin
Color
Designation
1
Orange
RS422 Data In High (+)
2
Green
RS422 Data In Low (–)
3
Yellow
RS422 Data Out High (+)
4
Brown
RS422 Data Out Low (–)
5–6
—
Not used.
P1 connector (SensorNet 485 data)
Pin
Color
Designation
1–4
—
5
Orange
SensorNet 485
6
Yellow
SensorNet 485
Not used.
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?
YES Spring fingers may not have seated
properly. Reconnect housing and eyeball
assembly.
NO
Replace I/O board.
If routine troubleshooting did not solve the
problem, the manufacturer strongly recommends
you ship the entire dome (including base, if an I/O
board is used) to the National Service Center
(NSC) for service. See page 22 for phone
numbers.
If you must perform detailed troubleshooting, use
extreme care when disassembling parts! See
“Detailed Troubleshooting,” next.
8. If using RS422 network and an I/O board is
used, check comm. line connections by
pressing and holding data test switch SW1
(Figure 21) and observing nearby red and
green 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.
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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:
To perform this procedure, you must open the
housing and eyeball assembly. Refer to
“Disassembling the Dome” on page 27.
CAUTION:
· DO NOT use this procedure if the dome
functions but does not pan or tilt (see page 22).
· If routine troubleshooting did not solve the
problem, the manufacturer strongly recommends you ship the entire dome (including
base, if an I/O board is used) to the National
Service Center (NSC) for service. If you must
perform detailed troubleshooting, use extreme
care when disassembling parts!
- Dome functions but does not pan
- 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).
2. Choose a, b, or c to determine if problem is a
cable connection or major component.
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?
· When shipping a base with I/O board back to
the NSC, place the dust cover over the spring
fingers to protect them.
· Delicate connector screws on I/O board. DO
NOT over tighten them! Use a 2.5mm (0.1")
slotted screwdriver. Wider blade widths can
damage connectors.
YES
Replace CPU board. If this doesn’t work,
replace pan motor.
NO
Connect cable(s).
b. Dome functions but does not tilt.
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.
c.
YES
Replace camera/lens board. If this
doesn’t work, replace tilt motor.
NO
Connect cable(s).
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?
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YES
Replace CPU board. If this doesn’t work,
replace power supply board.
NO
Connect cable(s).
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Disassembling the Dome
This section explains how to remove the following
parts from the camera dome.
·
·
·
·
·
·
·
·
CPU board, page 27
Power supply, page 28
Pan motor, page 28
Slot covers, page 29
Camera, page 29
Eyeball, page 30
Camera/Lens board, page 30
Tilt motor, page 31.
CAUTION: Once disassembled, parts of dome
housing and eyeball assembly are “extremely
fragile” and may break. Proceed using extreme
care!
This section also explains how to update and
reprogram dome software (Page 33).
To order parts, see page 34.
Tools required
· Phillips-head screwdriver.
· Small slotted screwdriver.
Removing the CPU Board
Referring to Figure 22.
1. Remove cap.
Remove three Phillips-head screws holding
cap, then “gently” lift cap to one side.
2. Detach connectors.
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.
3. Remove CPU board.
Push your finger through large finger connector
hole in cap to pop out CPU board.
CAUTION: Electrostatic-sensitive device. Use a
ground strap when handling CPU board.
4. Reverse steps to reassemble.
CAUTION: Do not to pinch wires! When
inserting CPU board into housing, avoid
pinching power supply cable wires against
standoffs.
Figure 22. Removing the CPU board
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
Referring to Figure 23.
Referring to Figure 24.
1. Perform procedure “Removing the CPU Board”
(this page).
1. Perform procedure “Removing the CPU Board”
(page 27).
2. Remove metal shield.
Remove three standoffs holding metal shield,
gently remove power supply cable grommet
from shield, then “gently” lift shield out of
housing.
2. Perform procedure “Removing the P/S Board”
(page 28).
CAUTION: Do not pull delicate cables attached
to power supply board.
3. Detach fan motor cable.
Cable connects to connector CN3 on power
supply board.
4. Remove power supply board.
Remove three standoffs, then remove power
supply board from housing.
CAUTION: Electrostatic-sensitive device. Use a
ground strap when handling power supply
board.
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.
4. Reverse steps to reassemble.
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!
Figure 24. Removing the pan motor
5. Reverse steps to reassemble.
Figure 23. Removing the P/S board
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Pan Motor
(lift up,
then out)
1
2
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Removing the Slot Covers
Removing the Camera
1. Gently swivel eyeball to totally expose one of
two slot covers (Figure 25).
1. Perform procedure “Removing the Slot Covers”
(page 29).
CAUTION: Swiveling fast can damage gears.
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 25. Removing slot covers
2. Remove ribbon cable from camera
(Figure 22).
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.
Figure 26. Removing the ribbon cable
1
2
3. Remove camera (Figure 27).
1) Loosen the screw holding the camera tripod
mount, then 2) carefully lift the camera out.
Figure 27. 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 29).
1. Perform procedure “Removing the Slot Covers”
(page 29).
2. Perform procedure “Removing the Camera”
(this page).
2. Perform procedure “Removing the Camera”
(page 29).
3. Detach eyeball from housing (Figure 28).
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.
3. Perform procedure “Detaching the Eyeball”
(page 30).
4. Separate yoke brackets (Figure 30).
Figure 30. Separating the yoke brackets
b. While pressing tabs, push up on eyeball to
detach it.
Figure 28. Loosening the eyeball
5. Gently pry off yoke bracket covering
camera/lens board to access bearing
assembly (Figure 31).
Figure 31. Removing the yoke brackets
4. Detach slip ring connector (Figure 29).
Figure 29. Detaching the eyeball
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The following steps refer to Figure 32.
Removing the Tilt Motor
6. Access camera/lens board.
To do this, loosen captive retaining screw
holding bearing assembly in place and remove
this assembly.
1. Perform procedure “Removing the Slot Covers”
(page 29).
7. Remove cables from camera/lens board.
a. Small amber ribbon cable is from tilt motor.
Unplug this cable from connector J3 on
camera/lens board.
b. Large gray ribbon cable is from slip ring
connector. Unplug this cable from
connector J2 on camera/lens board.
2. Perform procedure “Removing the Camera”
(page 29).
3. Perform procedure “Detaching the Eyeball”
(page 30).
4. Separate yoke brackets (Figure 33).
Figure 33. 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 32. 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 34).
Figure 34. Removing the yoke brackets
J2
Camera/Lens Board
Bearing Assembly
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6. Access tilt motor.
To do this, loosen captive retaining screw
holding tilt cable assembly in place and gently
remove this assembly.
7. Remove tilt motor (Figure 35).
Lift motor housing up as shown (1) to
disengage motor from tilt gear. Then pull motor
bracket towards outside of cable/tilt assembly
(2) to remove motor.
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!
Figure 35. Removing the tilt motor
Tilt Motor
(Lift up, then out.)
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Updating/Reprogramming
Dome Software
Figure 36. Removing the flash memory chip
To update or reprogram dome software:
1. Remove flash memory chip.
Insert chip extractor tool into square access
hole and squeeze to extract flash memory chip
(Figure 36).
CAUTION: Electrostatic-sensitive device. Use a
ground strap when handling chip.
2. Reprogram chip or replace it with new chip.
3. Reinsert chip.
Align dot on chip with indent on socket, then
push down on chip to reinsert it.
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34
Camera, 12x, PAL
35
Camera, 12x, EIA
2003-0037-03
This section helps you to identify parts that make
up the base and housing and eyeball assembly.
Parts in Table 3 are shown in Figure 37.
36
Camera, 12x, CCIR
2003-0037-04
37
Camera, 16x, NTSC
2003-0037-11
38
Camera, 16x, PAL
2003-0037-12
Order parts through your parts distribution network.
39
Camera, 16x, EIA
2003-0037-13
40
Camera, 16x, CCIR
2003-0037-14
41
Washer, Flat
2848-8100-07
42
Screw, ¼-20 x 3/8
2802-7407-65
43
Screws, M2x3 (Qty. 4)
5801-0011-120
6003-0131-01
44
Tripod Mount
0500-6712-01
6003-0170-01
45
Slot Cover with Lens*
0400-1178-01
Ordering Parts
Table 3. Parts list
1
2
Mounting Base
Video Cable Adapter,
BNC to Micro
Video Cable Adapter,
BNC to Micro (with Ferrite)
0400-1146-01
3
Plug, 4-Pin
2109-0572-04
4
Plug, 9-Pin
2109-0572-09
5
Lanyard
0500-8019-01
6
Screw, PH, M3 (Qty. 6)
5801-1051-120
7
Washer, Ext. Tooth, M3
5851-0200-041
8
Clip, Lanyard
0500-8046-01
9
Mounting Base
0500-7257-01
10
Ground Clip
0500-7293-01
11
I/O Board
0301-0546-01
12
Dust Cover
3100-0066-01
13
Screws, M3x8 PHP (Qty. 3)
5801-1071-111
14
Cap
0500-8021-02
15
CPU PC Board
0301-0948-03
16
Fan Cable Assy.
0650-2001-01
17
Standoff, M3x8Hx13L (Qty. 3)
5899-0055-01
18
Fan Plate
0500-8018-01
19
Standoff, M3x6Hx19L (Qty. 3)
5887-1122-020
20
Power Supply PC Board
5606-0015-01
21
Slip Ring Assy.
2100-0005-01
22
Pan Motor
3501-0017-01
23
Housing
0500-7255-02
24
Bearing Assy., Pan Gear
2510-0040-01
25
Skirt
0500-6710-01
26
Tilt Motor
3501-0018-01
27
Slot Cover (No Lens)*
0500-8037-01
28
Yoke, Camera
0500-7258-01
29
Camera/Lens PC Board
0301-0953-01
30
Bearing Assy., Lens Carriage
2510-0038-01
31
Yoke Bracket (Qty. 2)
0500-8038-01
32
Cable Assy., Tilt
0650-1680-01
33
Camera, 12x, NTSC
2003-0037-01
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* Items 27 and 45 are supplied with the final
assembly, not the eyeball assembly.
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Figure 37. Base, housing, and eyeball assembly
RUPTB Base
Assembly
Housing Assembly
(0400-0925-01/-02)
RUIOB Base
Assembly
13
14
9
1
15
16
10
2
11
3
17
18
12
4
5 6 7 8
19
20
Housing and Eyeball Assy.
(0100-2283-00)
21
22
-01 / -11 Color NTSC camera
-02 / -12 Color PAL camera
-03 / -13 BW EIA camera
-04 / -14 BW CCIR camera
23
24
25
Eyeball Assy.
(0400-0927-00)
-01 / -11 Color NTSC camera
-02 / -12 Color PAL camera*
-03 / -13 BW EIA camera*
-04 / -14 BW CCIR camera*
27
26
*Available 1998-99.
28
29
32
30
31
33-40
41
42
43
44
45
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Specifications—Indoor Dome
Operational
Pan/Tilt:
Manual Pan/Tilt Speed........1°–100° per second
(scaled to zoom position)
Preset Pan/Tilt Speed .........280° per second
maximum
Pan Travel...........................360° continuous rotation
Tilt Travel ............................>90°
Pan/Tilt Accuracy ................±0.5°
Zoom:
Optical Zoom.......................12X (Ultra III),
16X (Ultra IV)
Digital Zoom ........................12X–96X (Ultra III),
16X–128X (Ultra IV)
Zoom Stops.........................Ultra III
1st Stop (selectable):
12X (default)
Max. Zoom (selectable):
24X, 36X, 48X (default),
60X, 72X, 84X, or 96X
Ultra IV
1st Stop (selectable):
16X or 24X (default)
Max. Zoom (selectable):
32X, 48X, 64X (default),
80X, 96X, 112X, or 128X
Programmable Presets:
Number of Presets:
VM16 / ADTT16 .............. 96 with SensorNet 485
VM32 / AD32................... 96 with SensorNet 485
AD2150........................... 64 with Manchester
16 with RS422*
VM96............................... Virtual with RS422 or
SensorNet 485
VM168 / AD168............... 64 with Manchester,
RS422, or SensorNet
16 with RS422*
AD2050........................... 64 with Manchester
16 with RS422*
Acquisition Time ................. <1 second to position at
60% of zoom setting
Programmable Patterns ......... 3
Program Storage.................... 256 Kbytes of Flash
memory
Data Storage.......................... 96 Kbytes of SRAM
Menu Languages ................... English, French, German,
Spanish, Italian, and
Portuguese
* Using AD2083-02A
Electrical
Input Voltage.......................... 24–30 Vac, 50/60 Hz
UL Class 2 LPS
Design Tolerance................... 20–36 Vac, 50/60 Hz
Current ................................... 0.85 A max.
Power On In-Rush Current..... 1.5 A
Zoom/Focus Accuracy ........±0.5%
Auto Synchronization:
Line Locked.........................Remote V-phase
adjustment
Internal ................................Built-in sync generator
Address Range .......................1-255
Surge Protection:
Video Output ...................... 100 A
Power Line ......................... 60 V, 1.5 joules, 250 A
RS422 ................................ 5.6 V, 0.1 joules, 40 A
Manchester/
SensorNet 485 ................... Isolated transformer
coupled, 10 kA impulse
rated gas tube
Alarm Inputs ....................... 5.6 V, 0.1 joules, 40 A
Alarms Inputs/Control Outputs:
When no I/O board is used:
Inputs .............................. 1 dry contact/3.5 mA sink
Outputs ........................... 1 open collector driver
@ 12 Vdc, 40 mA
When I/O board is used:
Inputs .............................. 4 dry contacts/3.5 mA sink
Outputs ........................... 4 open collector drivers
@ 12 Vdc, 40 mA
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Environmental
Operating Temperature ..........–10° to 50°C (14° to 122°F)
Relative Humidity....................0 to 95% non-condensing
Specifications—Outdoor
Housing
Electrical
Mechanical
(combined dome and housing)
Height .....................................20.8 cm (8")
Input Voltage.......................... 24 to 30 Vac, 50/60 Hz
UL Class 2 LPS
Diameter .................................12 cm (4.7")
Design Tolerance................... 20 to 36 Vac, 50/60 Hz
Weight:
Housing and Eyeball ...........1.18 kg (2.6 lbs.)
Base (standard)...................0.09 kg (.20 lbs.)
Base (with I/O board) ..........0.16 kg (.35 lbs.)
Power Consumption............... 80 W max.
Lens and Bubble Densities
Eyeball Lens ...........................f0
Bubbles:
RUCLR (Clear)....................f0
Power On In-Rush Current..... 3 A
Surge Protection .................... Gas discharge tube
impulse rated at 10kA
(8/20µs impulse
discharge current)
Alarm Relay:
Contact Type ...................... Form 1-C
Isolation .............................. 1000 V
Contact Rating.................... 1 A at 30 Vac/dc
RUSLV (Silver)....................f1.5 to f2
RUSMK (Smoke).................f0.5
Environmental
RUGLD (Gold).....................f1.5 to f2
Operating Temperature.......... –40°C to 50°C
(–40°F to 122°F)
Relative Humidity ................... 0 to 95% non-condensing
Storage Temperature............. –10°C to 50°C
(–14°F to 122°F)
Mechanical
Height..................................... 32.1 cm (12.6")
Diameter ................................ 24.4 cm (9.6")
Weight:
Housing (alone) .................. 2.6 kg (5.7 lbs.)
Housing (with dome) .......... 3.8 kg (8.4 lbs.)
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Specifications—12X Camera
Monochrome/Color
Type........................................Interline transfer
1/4" CCD array
PAL:
Pickup Device..................... 752 (H) x 582 (V) pixels
Scanning ............................ 625 lines, 50 fields, 25
frames
Horizontal ........................... 15.625 kHz
Vertical ............................... 50 Hz
Scanning System....................2:1 interlace
Lens
Video Out................................1.0 Vp-p/75 ohm
composite
Design.................................... Aspherical
Signal-to-Noise .......................48 dB (typical)
Monochrome only
Horizontal Resolution..............380 lines at center
Minimum Illumination ..............0.1 lux (AGC on) f0
AGC ........................................>24 dB
EIA:
Pickup Device .....................510 (H) x 492 (V) pixels
Scanning .............................525 lines, 60 fields, 30
frames
Horizontal............................15.734 kHz
Vertical ................................59.9 Hz
CCIR:
Pickup Device .....................500 (H) x 582 (V) pixels
Scanning .............................625 lines, 50 fields, 25
frames
Horizontal ............................15.625 kHz
Vertical ................................50 Hz
Color only
Horizontal Resolution..............>450 lines at center
Minimum Illumination ..............2.25 lux (AGC on) f0
White Balance ........................Through-the-Lens (TTL)
Auto Tracing White
balance (ATW)
Focal Length .......................... 4 to 48 mm
Aperture ................................. f1.6
Viewing Angle*:
4 mm .................................. 47.0°(H) x 35.2°(V)
48 mm ................................ 4.0°(H) x 3.0°(V)
* Equivalent to 8 mm to 96 mm on 1/2 inch CCD array or
11 mm to 132 mm on 2/3 inch CCD array.
Field-of-View Formulas:
3.2 mm* x distance from camera (m)
Focal length (mm)
2.4 mm** 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 4mm and
viewed object at 10 m.
3.2 mm x 10 m
4 mm
2.4 mm x 10 m
4 mm
= 8m horizontal view
= 6m vertical view
NTSC:
Pickup Device .....................768 (H) x 494 (V) pixels
Scanning .............................525 lines, 60 fields, 30
frames
Horizontal ............................15.734 kHz
Vertical ................................59.9 Hz
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Specifications—16X Camera
Color and B&W Cameras
Type........................................Interline transfer
1/4" CCD array
Scanning System....................2:1 interlace
Video Out................................1.0 Vp-p/75 ohm
composite
Signal-to-Noise .......................48 dB (typical)
Color Camera Only
Horizontal Resolution..............>450 lines at center
Lens Design
Type ....................................... Aspherical
Focal Length .......................... 4 to 64 mm
Aperture ................................. f1.4
Viewing Angle:
4 mm .................................. 47.0°(H) x 35.2°(V)
64 mm ................................ 3.0°(H) x 2.3°(V)
Field-of-View Formulas:
3.2 mm* x distance from camera (m)
Focal length (mm)
Minimum Illumination ..............1.5 lux (20 IRE, AGC on)
2.4 mm** x distance from camera (m)
White Balance ........................Through-the-Lens (TTL)
Auto Tracing White
balance (ATW)
Focal length (mm)
NTSC:
Effective Pixels....................768 (H) x 494 (V) pixels
Scanning .............................525 lines, 60 fields, 30
frames
Horizontal ............................15.734 kHz
Vertical ................................59.9 Hz
PAL:
Effective Pixels....................752 (H) x 582 (V) pixels
Scanning .............................625 lines, 50 fields, 30
frames
Horizontal ............................15.625 kHz
Vertical ................................50 Hz
= 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 4mm and
viewed object at 10 m.
3.2 mm x 10 m
4 mm
2.4 mm x 10 m
4 mm
= 8m horizontal view
= 6m vertical view
B&W Camera Only
Horizontal Resolution..............>500 lines at center
Minimum Illumination ..............0.02 lux (20 IRE,
AGC on)
EIA:
Effective Pixels....................768 (H) x 494 (V) pixels
Scanning .............................525 lines, 60 fields, 30
frames
Horizontal ............................15.734 kHz
Vertical ................................59.9 Hz
CCIR:
Effective Pixels....................752 (H) x 582 (V) pixels
Scanning .............................625 lines, 50 fields, 25
frames
Horizontal ............................15.625 kHz
Vertical ................................50 Hz
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Declarations
Regulatory Compliance
Emissions: ......................... 47 CFR, Part 15,
Class A
ICES-003
EN55022 Class B
Immunity: ........................... EN50130-4
Safety................................. UL1950
UL2044
CSA C22.2 No. 950
EN60950
FCC COMPLIANCE: This equipment complies with Part 15
of the FCC rules for Class A digital devices when installed
and used in accordance with the instruction manual. Following these rules provides reasonable protection against harmful
interference from equipment operated in a commercial area.
This equipment should not be installed in a residential area as
it can radiate radio frequency energy that could interfere with
radio communications, a situation the user would have to fix
at their own expense.
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EQUIPMENT MODIFICATION CAUTION: Equipment
changes or modifications not expressly approved by
Sensormatic Electronics Corporation, the party responsible
for FCC compliance, could void the user's authority to operate
the equipment and could create a hazardous condition.
Other Declarations
WARRANTY DISCLAIMER: Sensormatic Electronics
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
purpose. Further, Sensormatic Electronics Corporation
reserves the right to revise this publication and make changes
from time to time in the content hereof without obligation of
Sensormatic Electronics Corporation to notify any person of
such revision or changes.
LIMITED RIGHTS NOTICE: For units of the Department of
Defense, all documentation and manuals were developed at
private expense and no part of it was developed using
Government Funds. The restrictions governing the use and
disclosure of technical data marked with this legend are set
forth in the definition of "limited rights" in paragraph (a) (15)
of the clause of DFARS 252.227.7013. Unpublished - rights
reserved under the Copyright Laws of the United States.
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