User’s Manual
Model No.: DCS-50
Ⅰ. Introduction
The DCS-50 Camera Housing is constructed from die-cast aluminium and is powder coated
and stove finished.The design and manufacture is to the highest technical standard with
environmental protection to level IP 66. The Housing is supplied complete with an adjustable
Semi-Cable-Managed Mounting Bracket.
Ⅱ. Mounting configuration of DCS-50
1. Use the rear section of the Mounting Bracket (D)
as a template for marking the position on the
wall of the Mounting Holes (H). Remove & drill to
pattern required.
2. Attach the Mounting Bracket arm to the wall
using the rawlplugs and screws provided.
(K)
3. Attach the main Housing enclosure (K) to the
Mounting Bracket with 2 of 1/4” x 14.7 mm
Trilobular screws (F) provided.
(D)
(E)
(F)
4. Release Screw (E) on the Mounting Bracket to
pan the Housing and release screw (G) to tilt the
Housing. Position the Housing as required for
the correct Camera coverage then tighten both
Screws to secure.
(G)
5. Feed cables through the Cover Plate (B) on
the Mounting Bracket from the wall, or by using
cable conduits as required.
Fig.1
90°
90°
(B)
65
(H)
78
Fig.2
Inner space for camera mount
W90 x H70 x L230mm
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Ⅲ. Fitting instructions for camera
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Camera mounting platform
Terminal block assembly
Cable conduits PGB13.5 x 2
Captive retainning 1/4” Screws x 3
Heater wires, Ground wire
Ground wire
Fig.3
(A)
(H)
(C)
(G)
(E)
(F)
(J)
(D)
(B)
(G)
(C)
(I)
1. Unscrew the 3 captive Retaining Screws (C) and remove the Housing Cover (A) from
the Housing Base (B).
2. Release the 4 Keyhole Screws (F) and then slide and withdraw the Camera Platform
(G) from the Housing Base (B).
3. Mount the Camera (H) onto the Platform (G) using the 1/4” UNC Screw (I) supplied, ensuring
that the Insulation Pad (J) is mounted between the Platform and the Camera. Always check
that the Camera is firmly attached to the Platform.
4. Connect the Camera power cable to the rear Terminal Block (E) through the
first Cable Conduit (D) referring to the circuit diagram shown in section IV. for the
terminal designations.
5. Connect the video cable to the Camera through the second Cable Conduit(D).
IMPORTANT NOTE:
ALWAYS UNPLUG THE TOP SECTION OF THE EARTH WIRE FROM THE BASE WIRE WHEN
DISASSEMBLING THE HOUSING. REMEMBER TO PLUG THE TOP AND BOTTOM TOGETHER
AGAIN WHEN REASSEMBLING THE HOUSING.
Fig.4 shows the internal wiring diagram of
DCS-50 for the window demister.
When necessary, a spare 6 way terminal
block is provided at the rear of the enclosure
for the camera and lens connections.
Circuit identified as follows:
TB.1
FTB.1
FS.1
Fig.4 Wiring diagram of DCS-50
ENCLOSURE BASE
TB.1
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6 way terminal block
Fused terminal block
3 Amp. Fuse
SPARE
Ⅳ. Wiring diagram
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CHASSIS EARTH
FTB.1 FS.1
COVER EARTH
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Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected.
Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
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Ver 1.00 (B)
2005/10/03
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