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Raymarine CAM 100 Installation manual
T200
Installation and operation
instructions
English
Date: 06-2013
Document number: 81349-2-EN
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ENGLISH
Document number: 81349-2
Date: 06-2013
Contents
Chapter 1 Important information........................ 7
9.4 Restoring factory defaults ..................................... 48
Cleaning the thermal camera...................................... 7
Water ingress ............................................................ 7
9.5 Resetting the JCU ................................................ 48
Disclaimer ................................................................. 7
EMC installation guidelines ........................................ 7
Chapter 10 Troubleshooting and
support ................................................................. 49
Connections to other equipment ................................. 8
10.1 Thermal camera troubleshooting ......................... 50
10.2 Raymarine customer support .............................. 51
Declaration of conformity............................................ 8
Product disposal ........................................................ 8
Chapter 11 Technical specification.................... 53
Warranty registration.................................................. 8
IMO and SOLAS........................................................ 8
11.1 Camera technical specification ............................ 54
11.2 PoE Injector technical specification...................... 54
Technical accuracy .................................................... 8
Chapter 12 Spares and accessories .................. 55
Chapter 2 Handbook and product
information........................................................... 9
12.1 T200 Spares and accessories ............................. 56
12.2 RayNet to RJ45 SeaTalkhs adaptor cables............ 56
2.1 Handbook information .......................................... 10
2.2 Product information .............................................. 10
Chapter 3 Planning the installation ................... 11
3.1 Thermal camera controllers and displays ............... 12
3.2 Installation checklist ............................................. 12
3.3 Typical systems ................................................... 13
3.4 Parts supplied...................................................... 14
3.5 Tools required ...................................................... 15
Chapter 4 Cables and connections.................... 17
4.1 General cabling guidance ..................................... 18
4.2 Connections overview .......................................... 18
4.3 Chassis ground connection................................... 19
4.4 External or internal connections ............................ 19
4.5 Network and power connection ............................. 20
4.6 Video connection ................................................. 21
4.7 PoE connection.................................................... 21
4.8 PC connection ..................................................... 23
Chapter 5 Installation .......................................... 25
5.1 Camera mounting ................................................ 26
5.2 Optional JCU mounting ........................................ 30
Chapter 6 System operation and setup............. 31
6.1 Thermal camera image......................................... 32
6.2 Operation and features overview........................... 33
Chapter 7 Web browser interface ...................... 35
7.1 Web interface overview ........................................ 36
7.2 Web interface access ........................................... 38
7.3 Advanced IP Communications .............................. 41
Chapter 8 On-Screen Display Menu................... 43
8.1 On-Screen Display (OSD) menu options................ 44
Chapter 9 Optional JCU (Joystick Control
Unit) ...................................................................... 45
9.1 JCU controls overview.......................................... 46
9.2 Image adjustments............................................... 47
9.3 JCU Power menu................................................. 47
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Chapter 1: Important information
Warning: Product installation and
operation
This product must be installed and operated in
accordance with the instructions provided. Failure
to do so could result in personal injury, damage to
your vessel and/or poor product performance.
Cleaning the thermal camera
The camera housing and lens will require occasional cleaning.
Raymarine suggests that you clean the lens when image quality
degradation is noticed or excessive contaminant buildup is seen.
Clean the interface between the yoke and base often to prevent
accumulation of debris or salt deposits.
When cleaning this product:
• Do NOT wipe the lens window with a dry cloth, as this could
scratch the coating.
Warning: Potential ignition source
• Do NOT use abrasive, or acid or ammonia based products.
This product is NOT approved for use in
hazardous/flammable atmospheres. Do NOT install
in a hazardous/flammable atmosphere (such as in
an engine room or near fuel tanks).
• Do NOT pressure wash.
Warning: Product grounding
Before applying power to this product, ensure it has
been correctly grounded, in accordance with the
instructions in this guide.
Warning: Switch off power supply
Ensure the vessel’s power supply is switched OFF
before starting to install this product. Do NOT
connect or disconnect equipment with the power
switched on, unless instructed in this document.
Particular care should be taken when cleaning the lens window,
this has a protective anti-reflective coating which may be
damaged by improper cleaning.
1. Switch off the power to the unit.
2. Clean the camera body with a clean, soft cotton cloth. You
can moisten the cloth and use a mild detergent if required.
3. Clean the camera lens.
• Rinse the lens with fresh water to remove all dirt particles
and salt deposits, and allow to dry naturally.
• If any spots or smears remain, very gently wipe the lens
window with a clean microfibre cloth or soft cotton cloth.
• If necessary, use isopropyl alcohol (IPA) or a mild detergent
to remove any remaining spots or marks.
Warning: Ensure safe navigation
Water ingress
This product is intended only as an aid to navigation
and must never be used in preference to sound
navigational judgment. Only official government
charts and notices to mariners contain all the
current information needed for safe navigation, and
the captain is responsible for their prudent use. It is
the user’s responsibility to use official government
charts, notices to mariners, caution and proper
navigational skill when operating this or any other
Raymarine product.
Water ingress disclaimer
Although the waterproof rating capacity of this product meets
the IPX6 standard, water intrusion and subsequent equipment
failure may occur if the product is subjected to commercial
high-pressure washing. Raymarine will not warrant products
subjected to high-pressure washing.
Warning: Maintain a permanent
watch
Always maintain a permanent watch, this will allow
you to respond to situations as they develop.
Failure to maintain a permanent watch puts
yourself, your vessel and others at serious risk of
harm.
Caution: Power supply protection
When installing this product ensure the power
source is adequately protected by means of a
suitably-rated fuse or automatic circuit breaker.
Caution: Service and maintenance
This product contains no user serviceable
components. Please refer all maintenance
and repair to authorized Raymarine dealers.
Unauthorized repair may affect your warranty.
Disclaimer
Raymarine does not warrant that this product is error-free or that
it is compatible with products manufactured by any person or
entity other than Raymarine.
Raymarine is not responsible for damages or injuries caused by
your use or inability to use the product, by the interaction of the
product with products manufactured by others, or by errors in
information utilized by the product supplied by third parties.
EMC installation guidelines
Raymarine equipment and accessories conform to the
appropriate Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) regulations,
to minimize electromagnetic interference between equipment
and minimize the effect such interference could have on the
performance of your system
Correct installation is required to ensure that EMC performance
is not compromised.
For optimum EMC performance we recommend that wherever
possible:
• Raymarine equipment and cables connected to it are:
– At least 1 m (3 ft) from any equipment transmitting or
cables carrying radio signals e.g. VHF radios, cables and
antennas. In the case of SSB radios, the distance should
be increased to 7 ft (2 m).
– More than 2 m (7 ft) from the path of a radar beam. A
radar beam can normally be assumed to spread 20 degrees
above and below the radiating element.
• The product is supplied from a separate battery from that used
for engine start. This is important to prevent erratic behavior
and data loss which can occur if the engine start does not
have a separate battery.
Important information
7
• Raymarine specified cables are used.
• Cables are not cut or extended, unless doing so is detailed in
the installation manual.
Note: Where constraints on the installation prevent
any of the above recommendations, always ensure the
maximum possible separation between different items of
electrical equipment, to provide the best conditions for EMC
performance throughout the installation
Connections to other equipment
Requirement for ferrites on non-Raymarine cables
If your Raymarine equipment is to be connected to other
equipment using a cable not supplied by Raymarine, a
suppression ferrite MUST always be attached to the cable near
the Raymarine unit.
Declaration of conformity
Raymarine UK Ltd. declares that this product is compliant with
the essential requirements of EMC directive 2004/108/EC.
The original Declaration of Conformity certificate may be viewed
on the relevant product page at www.raymarine.com.
Product disposal
Dispose of this product in accordance with the WEEE Directive.
The Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE)
Directive requires the recycling of waste electrical and electronic
equipment. Whilst the WEEE Directive does not apply to some
Raymarine products, we support its policy and ask you to be
aware of how to dispose of this product.
Warranty registration
To register your Raymarine product ownership, please visit
www.raymarine.com and register online.
It is important that you register your product to receive full
warranty benefits. Your unit package includes a bar code label
indicating the serial number of the unit. You will need this serial
number when registering your product online. You should retain
the label for future reference.
IMO and SOLAS
The equipment described within this document is intended for
use on leisure marine boats and workboats not covered by
International Maritime Organization (IMO) and Safety of Life at
Sea (SOLAS) Carriage Regulations.
Technical accuracy
To the best of our knowledge, the information in this document
was correct at the time it was produced. However, Raymarine
cannot accept liability for any inaccuracies or omissions it
may contain. In addition, our policy of continuous product
improvement may change specifications without notice. As a
result, Raymarine cannot accept liability for any differences
between the product and this document. Please check the
Raymarine website (www.raymarine.com) to ensure you have
the most up-to-date version(s) of the documentation for your
product.
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Chapter 2: Handbook and product information
Chapter contents
•
2.1 Handbook information on page 10
•
2.2 Product information on page 10
Handbook and product information
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2.1 Handbook information
2.2 Product information
This handbook describes the installation of Raymarine T200
Series fixed mount thermal cameras as part of a marine
electronics system.
The T200 series fixed mount thermal cameras consist of a sealed
camera ball assembly and a removable outer cover. The outer
cover is not intended to provide sealing. The camera provides
analog video output through a standard F-type connection and
receives power from its Power over Ethernet (PoE) interface.
This handbook includes information to help you:
• plan your thermal imaging system and ensure you have all the
necessary equipment,
• install and connect the thermal camera as a part of your
system of Raymarine electronics,
• obtain support if required.
Handbooks
Description
Part number
T200 Series Installation and Operations
Handbook
81349
T200 Series Mounting Template
87190
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0
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D12865-1
The following variants of the T200 series fixed mount thermal
camera are available:
Part number
Description
E70111
T200 – Thermal camera 320 x 240 (9 Hz) NTSC
E70110
T203 – Thermal camera 320 x 240 (30 Hz) NTSC
E70113
T220 – Thermal camera 320 x 240 (9 Hz) PAL
E70112
T223 – Thermal camera 320 x 240 (25 Hz) PAL
E70121
T250 – Thermal camera 640 x 480 (9 Hz) NTSC
E70120
T253 – Thermal camera 640 x 480 (30 Hz) NTSC
E70123
T270 – Thermal camera 640 x 480 (9 Hz) PAL
E70122
T273 – Thermal camera 640 x 480 (25 Hz) PAL
Note: The T200 Series are fixed mount cameras with the
pan and tilt angles set during installation. Pan and tilt cannot
be changed remotely.
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Chapter 3: Planning the installation
Chapter contents
•
3.1 Thermal camera controllers and displays on page 12
•
3.2 Installation checklist on page 12
•
3.3 Typical systems on page 13
•
3.4 Parts supplied on page 14
•
3.5 Tools required on page 15
Planning the installation
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3.1 Thermal camera controllers and
displays
A typical thermal camera system comprises of a thermal camera,
a controller and a display. The display and the controller may be
separate or integrated.
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2
3
3.2 Installation checklist
Installation includes the following activities:
Installation Task
1
Plan your system.
2
Obtain all required equipment and tools.
3
Site all equipment.
4
Route all cables.
5
Drill cable and mounting holes.
6
Make all connections into equipment.
7
Secure all equipment in place.
8
Power on and test the system.
4
Schematic diagram
A schematic diagram is an essential part of planning any
installation. It is also useful for any future additions or
maintenance of the system. The diagram should include:
5
• Location of all components.
• Connectors, cable types, routes and lengths.
D12838-1
1. Thermal camera.
2. Raymarine Multifunction display — Integrated display and
controller.
3. Joystick Control Unit (JCU) — Controller only.
4. Laptop or PC — Controller only.
5. Video monitor — Display only.
Additional equipment
You may have additional equipment as part of your thermal
camera system:
• Multiple multifunction displays and controllers.
• SeaTalkhs network switch – Used to create a network of
compatible Raymarine equipment.
Compatible multifunction displays
The following Raymarine multifunction displays are compatible
with your thermal camera.
• c Series (Power over Ethernet (PoE) injector required)
• e Series (Power over Ethernet (PoE) injector required)
• gS Series
Multifunction displays require software version 7.xx or later.
Please visit the Raymarine website www.raymarine.com to
download the latest software for your multifunction display.
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3.3 Typical systems
5
JCU (Optional controller).
Example c / e Series system
6
Power over Ethernet (PoE) injector (Required to supply
power to the JCU).
7
Power over Ethernet (PoE) injector (Required to supply
power to the thermal camera).
8
RayNet cable.
9
RayNet to SeaTalkhs cable.
2
1
4
3
Example system with JCU and display
5
D12839-1
2
1
1
Thermal camera.
2
c / e Series multifunction display (Integrated display and
controller).
3
Power over Ethernet (PoE) injector.
4
RayNet to SeaTalkhs cable.
5
Video cable.
3
Example gS Series system
4
2
1
7
3
6
5
8
8
4
D12842-1
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1
Video Display (Display only).
2
Thermal camera.
1
Thermal camera.
3
Video input cable.
2
gS Series multifunction display (Integrated display and
controller).
4
JCU (Required Controller).
5
3
Ethernet coupler.
Power over Ethernet (PoE) injector (Required to supply
power to the JCU).
4
RayNet to SeaTalkhs cable.
6
5
Video cable.
Power over Ethernet (PoE) injector (Required to supply
power to the thermal camera).
7
Network switch.
8
RayNet to SeaTalkhs cable.
Note: When connected directly to a gS Series multifunction
display the thermal camera is supplied with power over
ethernet from the display.
Example system with PC controller and display
Example System with JCU
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1
2
1
3
3
4
4
5
6
9
8
7
9
5
D12841-1
1
6
7
c / e Series multifunction display (Integrated display and
controller).
D12843-1
2
Thermal camera.
1
Video Display (Display only).
3
Video input cable.
2
Thermal camera.
4
Network switch.
3
Video input cable.
Planning the installation
5
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4
Network switch.
5
RayNet to SeaTalkhs cable.
6
Power over Ethernet (PoE) injector (Required to supply
power to the thermal camera).
7
Laptop (Controller only).
3.4 Parts supplied
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2
3
4
x6
x6
x6
x6
6
5
7
x4
8
x1
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D12844-1
Item
Description
Quantity
1
Thermal camera.
1
2
Ethernet coupler.
1
3
Power over Ethernet (PoE) Injector.
1
4
Mounting kit, consisting of:
• M8 nylock nut
6
• acorn nut
6
• stud
6
• washer
6
5
O-ring.
1
6
Top-down fixings.
4
7
Documentation pack.
1
8
Grounding strap securing nut.
1
9
Video connectors:
• Female to female F-type connector
2
• Female F-type to Male RCA adaptor
2
• Female F-type to BNC connector
2
10
Zip ties.
3
11
1 m (3.28 ft.) RayNet to SeaTalkhs cable.
1
12
7.7 m (25 ft.) Ethernet cable.
1
13
7.7 m (25 ft.) Coaxial video cable.
1
Unpack the camera unit carefully to prevent damage. Save the
carton and packing in case the unit has to be returned for service.
Additional items required
To complete the installation you will also need to obtain the
following items:
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• Chassis ground strap.
• Compatible display / controller hardware.
3.5 Tools required
The following tools are required for installation.
• Cables for video connections.
1
• Power cable for PoE injector (if using the PoE injector).
2
• Thread locking compound (e.g. Loctite 242 or equivalent),
required for all metal-to-metal threaded connections.
• Marine grade sealing tape (e.g. 3M Scotch-Seal 2229 or
equivalent).
3
5
4
6
D12333-1
Planning the installation
Item
Description
1.
Drill.
2.
10 mm (7/16 inch) spanner.
3.
6.4 mm drill bit (for bottom down
installation).
4.
Jigsaw (only required for JCU
installation).
5.
Pozi-drive screwdriver (only required
for JCU installation).
6.
Thread-lock.
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Chapter 4: Cables and connections
Chapter contents
•
4.1 General cabling guidance on page 18
•
4.2 Connections overview on page 18
•
4.3 Chassis ground connection on page 19
•
4.4 External or internal connections on page 19
•
4.5 Network and power connection on page 20
•
4.6 Video connection on page 21
•
4.7 PoE connection on page 21
•
4.8 PC connection on page 23
Cables and connections
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4.1 General cabling guidance
4.2 Connections overview
Cable types and length
It is important to use cables of the appropriate type and length
• Unless otherwise stated use only standard cables of the
correct type, supplied by Raymarine.
• Ensure that any non-Raymarine cables are of the correct
quality and gauge. For example, longer power cable runs may
require larger wire gauges to minimize voltage drop along the
run.
1
Routing cables
2
Cables must be routed correctly, to maximize performance and
prolong cable life.
• Do NOT bend cables excessively. Wherever possible, ensure
a minimum bend diameter of 200 mm (8 in) / minimum bend
radius of 100 mm (4 in).
3
D12845-1
1. Chassis ground
2. Analog video connection — IR output.
200 mm (8 in)
3. Ethernet – To Raymarine network switch, multifunction
display, or JCU.
100 mm (4 in)
• Protect all cables from physical damage and exposure to heat.
Use trunking or conduit where possible. Do NOT run cables
through bilges or doorways, or close to moving or hot objects.
Connection care points:
• The cable tails should be routed to a dry area of the vessel for
connection. Alternatively you must ensure that all connections
are made water tight.
• Secure cables in place using tie-wraps or lacing twine. Coil
any extra cable and tie it out of the way.
• Where a cable passes through an exposed bulkhead or
deckhead, use a suitable watertight feed-through.
• Do NOT run cables near to engines or fluorescent lights.
Always route data cables as far away as possible from:
• other equipment and cables,
• high current carrying ac and dc power lines,
• antennae.
Strain relief
Ensure adequate strain relief is provided. Protect connectors
from strain and ensure they will not pull out under extreme sea
conditions.
Cable shielding
Ensure that all data cables are properly shielded that the
cable shielding is intact (e.g. hasn’t been scraped off by being
squeezed through a tight area).
Warning: Product grounding
Before applying power to this product, ensure it has
been correctly grounded, in accordance with the
instructions in this guide.
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4.3 Chassis ground connection
4.4 External or internal connections
The chassis ground stud should be connected to the vessel
ground point.
The cable connections can be made externally or internally.
External
As supplied, the camera cable tails extend through the base
and are connected externally:
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The nut (supplied) should be used to secure a ground strap (not
supplied) to the base of the thermal camera. A ring terminal
typically sized for #6 or M3 sized stud and gauge 14 to gauge 16
wire should be used for the strap.
0 0
Note: Ensure that the ground strap does not interfere with
mounting the camera.
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Internal
Optionally you can make the cable connections internally.
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0 0
0
D12848-1
To make internal connections, bring the cable tails up through the
base and use the supplied ethernet coupler and video connector
to make the connections internally. The ethernet coupler can be
fixed to the camera ball assembly using the zip ties (supplied).
Cables and connections
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4.5 Network and power connection
Cable
Part number
The thermal camera is supplied power by and controlled using
the ethernet network connection.
10 m (32.8 ft) RayNet to RJ45
SeaTalkhs cable
A80159
Camera to multifunction display with PoE
For multifunction displays that support PoE, the following
supplied equipment is required:
400 mm (1.3 ft) RayNet to RJ45
SeaTalkhs (female) cable
A80160
• RayNet to RJ45 SeaTalkhs cable.
• Ethernet coupler.
Camera to multifunction display without PoE
For multifunction displays that do not support PoE, the following
supplied equipment is required:
• PoE injector.
• RayNet to RJ45 SeaTalkhs cable.
• Ethernet coupler
Camera to a network switch
To connect the thermal camera to a Raymarine network switch,
the following supplied equipment is required:
• 7.6 m (25 ft) Ethernet cable.
• Ethernet coupler
• PoE injector.
• RayNet to RJ45 SeaTalkhs cable.
Power over Ethernet (PoE) injector
A PoE injector is required when connecting the thermal camera
to a Raymarine network switch or to a multifunction display that
does not support PoE. An additional PoE injector is required
when connecting a JCU.
Joystick Control Unit (JCU)
To connect a JCU the ethernet cable (supplied with the JCU),
PoE injector and a RayNet to SeaTalkhs network cable are
required. The JCU is supplied with a 7.6 m (25 ft) ethernet cable
for this connection. If you require a different length contact your
dealer for suitable cables.
Note: The PoE injector must be mounted in a dry area.
Network cables
RayNet to RayNet cables
Cable
Part number
400 mm (1.3 ft) RayNet to RayNet
cable (female)
A80161
2 m (6.56 ft) RayNet to RayNet cable
(female)
A62361
5 m (16.4 ft) RayNet to RayNet cable
(female)
A80005
10 m (32.8 ft) RayNet to RayNet
cable (female)
A62362
20 m (65.6 ft) RayNet to RayNet
cable (female)
A80006
50 mm (1.97 in) RayNet to RayNet
cable (male)
A80162
RayNet right-angled coupler
A80262
RayNet cable puller 5-pack
R70014
RayNet to RJ45 SeaTalkhs adapter cables
Cable
Part number
1 m (3.28 ft) RayNet to RJ45
SeaTalkhs cable
A62360
3 m (9.84 ft) RayNet to RJ45
SeaTalkhs cable
A80151
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4.6 Video connection
4.7 PoE connection
Video cables and connectors are required to connect the analog
video connection to a suitable display.
A PoE injector is required when connecting the thermal camera
to a network switch or a multifunction display that does not
support PoE. An additional PoE injector is required when
connecting a JCU.
Note: The video signal is analog only and is not available
over ethernet.
The PoE injector requires a 12 V / 24 V dc power supply.
Video cables
1
If you require video cables or connectors other than those
supplied with the product please contact your local authorized
Raymarine dealer.
Raymarine recommends the use of a BNC terminated RG59
75ohm (or better) coaxial cable.
2
4
3
1
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1
12 V / 24 V dc power supply connection to PoE injector. (Power
cable NOT supplied; refer to PoE power connection for suitable
cables.)
2
SeaTalkhs connection (to network switch or multifunction
display).
3
PoE Injector.
4
Ethernet connection (to thermal camera or JCU).
PoE power connection
The PoE injector requires a dedicated power cable for direct
connection to a 12 V / 24 V power supply.
The unit is intended for use on dc “negative” or “floating” ground
power systems.
Raymarine recommends that all power connections are made
via a distribution panel. All equipment must be either:
• powered from a circuit breaker or switch, with 5A circuit
protection, or
• powered from a 5A slow blow in-line fuse connected to the
RED positive wire of the power cable.
The unit does not have a power switch. The unit is powered
when the power cable is connected to the vessel's power supply.
Note: The unit should be mounted so that the power cable
can be easily removed if necessary. If the unit is placed in a
difficult to reach location, Raymarine recommends installing
an on / off switch on the power connection at a point that is
easily accessible.
Recommended power cable sizes
Wire size
Cable length
Feet
Metres
AWG
mm2
10
3
14
2.1
15
4.6
14
2.1
20
6
12
3.3
25
7.6
12
3.3
30
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10
5.3
Note:
• Cable length is the distance between the power source
and the unit.
• These wire sizes give a total drop of about 0.5 V between
the power source and the unit, achieving a minimum voltage
at the unit of 10.5 V with a fully flat battery at 11 V.
Cables and connections
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Sharing a breaker
References
Where more than 1 piece of equipment shares a breaker you
must provide protection for the individual circuits. E.g. by
connecting an in-line fuse for each power circuit.
• ISO10133/13297
• NMEA 0400
-
+
1
• BMEA code of practice
2
Warning: Positive ground systems
Do not connect this unit to a system which has
positive grounding.
3
4
4
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1
Positive (+) bar
2
Negative (-) bar
3
Circuit breaker
4
Fuse
Where possible, connect individual items of equipment to
individual circuit breakers. Where this is not possible, use
individual in-line fuses to provide the necessary protection.
Warning: Product grounding
Before applying power to this product, ensure it has
been correctly grounded, in accordance with the
instructions in this guide.
Grounding information (PoE injector only)
The information provided in the following section applies only to
the PoE injector.
Grounding — Dedicated drain wire required
This product includes a dedicated drain conductor (screen) for
connection to a vessel's RF ground point.
It is important that an effective RF ground is connected to
the unit. The unit can be grounded by connecting the drain
conductor (screen) to the vessel's RF ground point. On vessels
without an RF ground system the drain conductor (screen)
should be connected directly to the negative battery terminal.
The dc power system should be either:
• Negative grounded, with the negative battery terminal
connected to the vessel's ground; or
• Floating, with neither battery terminal connected to the
vessel's ground.
If several items require grounding, they may first be connected
to a single local point (e.g. within a switch panel), with this point
connected via a single, appropriately-rated conductor, to the
vessel’s common RF ground point.
Implementation
The preferred minimum requirement for the path to ground is via
a flat tinned copper braid, with a 30 A rating (1/4 inch) or greater.
If this is not possible, an equivalent stranded wire conductor
maybe used, rated as follows:
• for runs of <1 m (3 ft), use 6 mm2 (#10 AWG) or greater.
• for runs of >1 m (3 ft), use 8 mm2 (#8 AWG) or greater.
In any grounding system, always keep the length of connecting
braid or wires as short as possible.
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4.8 PC connection
To enable control of the thermal camera using the web interface,
the thermal camera must be connected to a laptop either directly
or using network switch.
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Power over Ethernet (PoE) injector.
The thermal camera must be connected to the PoE injector.
The laptop can be either connected directly to the PoE injector
or to a network switch that the camera’s PoE injector is also
connected to.
Cables and connections
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Chapter 5: Installation
Chapter contents
•
5.1 Camera mounting on page 26
•
5.2 Optional JCU mounting on page 30
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5.1 Camera mounting
• Fixings are supplied for a mounting surface of up to 41 mm
(1.6 in) thick. A thicker surface will require the installer to
provide alternative fixings.
Product dimensions
• The camera mounting surface must be at least as large as
the footprint of the camera itself to ensure an adequate seal
with the O-ring.
• The camera should be mounted as high as practical,
but without interfering with any radar, navigational or
communications electronics.
• Choose a location that will provide the most unobstructed
view in all directions.
B
• Choose a location as close to the vessel’s center line as
possible. This provides a symmetrical view when looking
forward or aft.
• Select a location for the camera that is at least 7 cm (2.75 in.)
from any magnetic compass.
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151.56 mm (6 in.)
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176.7 mm (7 in.)
• Select a location that is at least 1 m (3 ft) from devices that
may cause interference, such as motors, generators and radio
transmitters / receivers.
• If installing an optional JCU, select a location for the JCU that
is at least 11 cm (4.33 in.) from any magnetic compass.
Distance to surface front edge
Camera orientation
The camera can be mounted in 2 orientations referred to as
“Ball up” and “Ball down”.
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Ball up: The camera is mounted on
top of the mounting surface.
Ball down: The camera is
suspended upside down, below the
mounting surface.
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Note: For ball down mounting you must invert the image
orientation using the Web interface or the camera’s On-Screen
Display menu.
The unit should be mounted a maximum distance of 56.55 mm
(2.23 in.) from the front edge of the mounting surface to allow
for the full range of tilt.
Inverting the video orientation
Clearance above the camera
When mounting in the Ball down configuration the image
orientation must be changed to invert the image. If required, the
image orientation should be changed prior to installation.
Ensure sufficient clearance is available above the unit to enable
removal of the outer cover.
The web interface can be used to invert the video orientation.
1. Select Setup from the web interface.
2. Scroll down to Image Orientation.
3. Click the drop down box and select Invert.
The video image is now inverted.
4. Select Save Settings.
Removing the outer cover
The unit should only be installed in a location that has a
clearance of at least double the height of the unit.
Follow the steps below to remove the camera’s outer cover.
Note: The video image orientation can also be inverted using
the On-Screen Display menu: Menu > System Setup >
Enable / Disable Ball-Down Installation
Location requirement
When planning the installation location, consider the following
points:
• The camera is waterproof, and appropriate for above decks
mounting.
• The underside (inside) of the compartment or deck on to
which the camera is mounted must be weather-tight. You
must ensure protection from water ingress to cables and
connections.
• The mounting surface must be horizontal.
• If you cannot access both sides of the mounting surface, then
you will need to mount the camera “top down”.
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1. Place both thumbs on the camera ball assembly, above the
camera lens.
2. Push your thumbs downwards, whilst pulling the cover away
from the base of the camera with the rest of your grip.
3. Once the cover is detached, slide it up and off the camera.
15. Connect a female to female connector to the camera’s video
cable.
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Making internal connections
If there is limited space or you want the cable connection to be
made internally follow the steps below.
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1. Remove the camera’s outer cover.
2. Unscrew the light grey cable capture nuts on both of the
cable glands on the base of the camera.
3. Pull the rubber glands and clamping claws out of the bore
holes.
4. Pull both cables up through the base.
5. Remove the rubber gland, clamping claw and capture nut
from both cables.
6. Connect the camera’s ethernet cable to one end of the
ethernet coupler (supplied).
7. Thread the external ethernet and video cables through the
bore holes.
8. Thread the external ethernet cable through the rubber gland,
clamping claw and capture nut.
9. Connect the external ethernet cable to the other end of the
ethernet coupler.
10. Using the zip ties (supplied) secure the ethernet coupler to
the rear of the camera ball assembly.
11. Pull any excess cable back through the bore hole.
12. Secure the ethernet cable by reassembling the rubber gland
and clamping claw into the bore hole and tightening the
capture nut.
13. Feed the camera’s video cable around the front of the
camera ball assembly.
14. Apply Locktite to both ends of a female to female connector.
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16. Feed the external video cable through the bore hole.
17. Connect the external video cable to the other end of the
female to female connector.
18. Wrap the video connection with marine grade sealing tape
(e.g. 3M Scotch-Seal 2229 or equivalent).
19. Secure the video cable to the front of the ball assembly using
the zip tie (supplied).
20. Pull any excess cable back through the bore hole.
21. Secure the video cable by reassembling the rubber gland
and clamping claw into the bore hole and tightening the
capture nut.
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Mounting the camera
2. Undo the ball assembly securing bolt shown below.
When access is available to the underside of the mounting
surface then use these instructions to mount the camera.
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3. Unscrew the ethernet and video cable securing glands and
remove the base plate from the ball assembly.
4. Drill out the 4 top down mounting holes located in the base
plate.
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1. Remove the camera’s outer cover.
2. Using the template supplied, mark and drill the holes marked
‘bottom down’.
Mounting holes care points:
• Check the dimensions of any printed template (to ensure
that the template is printed to the correct scale) prior to
drilling any holes.
• Make sure the template is oriented properly relative to the
bow of the vessel. This is affected by whether the camera
is to be mounted ball-up or ball-down.
3. Cut out the hole for the cables to feed through
4. Install the threaded mounting studs into the base of the
camera with thread-locking compound. If required, you can
use studs of a different length to suit your installation.
5. Using the mounting template supplied, mark and drill the
holes marked ‘top down’ on the mounting surface.
Mounting holes care points:
• Check the dimensions of any printed template (to ensure
that the template is printed to the correct scale) prior to
drilling any holes.
• Make sure the template is oriented properly relative to the
bow of the vessel. This is affected by whether the camera
is to be mounted ball-up or ball-down.
6. Cut out the hole in the mounting surface for the cables to
feed through
7. Install the rubber O-ring in the base plate.
8. Attach the grounding strap to the grounding point on the
base plate.
9. Route the relevant cable through the cable hole.
10. Secure the base plate to the mounting surface using the
fixings provided.
Tighten the studs to a torque of 9.5 Nm (7 lbs-ft).
5. Install the rubber O-ring in the base of the camera.
6. Attach the grounding strap to the grounding point on the
camera.
7. Place the camera on the mounting surface so the threaded
studs extend through the drilled holes.
8. Make the required cable connections to the camera tails.
9. Secure the camera body to the mounting surface with the
supplied nuts and washers.
Dome capped nuts are provided for a neater solution where
the mounting is exposed to view.
You must ensure a watertight seal. You may use a
marine-grade sealant as an alternative to the mounting
O-ring.
Mounting the camera top down
The top down mounting method is used when access to the
underside of the mounting surface is restricted. Use the
instructions below to mount the camera unit using the top down
method.
1. Remove the camera’s outer cover.
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11. Secure the ball assembly to the base plate using the bolt
removed earlier.
5. Retighten the securing nuts to a torque of 13.6 Nm (10 ft-lbs)
— Do not overtighten.
6. Replace the cover.
7. Ensure that the cover is seated correctly all the way around
the base of the camera ball assembly.
Adjusting the thermal camera’s pan angle
Once mounted the thermal camera’s pan angle can be adjusted
to the required position.
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• You must ensure that the camera is facing the correct way
depending upon whether the camera is to be mounted ball
up or ball down.
With the outer cover removed
1. Loosen the securing bolt half a turn.
2. You may also need to loosen the cable glands to allow the
ball assembly to rotate freely.
3. Swivel the camera ball assembly’s position to the required
location.
4. Retighten the securing bolt, ensuring the camera ball
assembly does not move.
5. Replace the cover.
6. Ensure that the cover is seated correctly all the way around
the base of the camera ball assembly.
• Ensure the rubber O-ring is positioned correctly in the
base of the camera.
12. Make the required cable connections to the camera tails.
13. Secure the cables using the glands removed earlier.
14. Use a marine grade sealant to seal around the fixings to
prevent water ingress.
Adjusting the thermal camera’s tilt angle
Once mounted the thermal camera’s tilt angle can be adjusted
to the required position.
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Once the thermal camera is installed:
1. Remove the camera’s outer cover.
2. Loosen the securing nuts half a turn so that the camera ball
assembly can be tilted up and down.
3. You may also need to loosen the cable glands to allow the
ball assembly to rotate freely.
4. Adjust the tilt to the required position.
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5.2 Optional JCU mounting
Thin panel mounting
Location requirements
When planning the installation location, consider the following
points:
• Select a position on your vessel that is close to the monitor
that displays the T-Series camera video output.
• Ensure the JCU is mounted at least 55 cm (21.7") away from
any equipment fitted with a magnetic compass.
• The JCU can be mounted to a dash or other surface in any
orientation.
• Consider cable lengths and cable routing.
Flush mounting
The standard method for mounting the JCU is a flush or panel
mounting arrangement.
Before mounting the unit, ensure that you have:
• Selected a suitable location. A clear, flat area with suitable
clearance behind the panel is required.
• Identified the cable connection required and the route that
the cable will take.
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• Detached the front bezel to reveal the mounting screws.
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Thick panel mounting
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1. Cut the mounting hole according to the dimensions specified
in the mounting template included in this document.
2. Ensure that the unit fits into the removed area and then file
around the cut edge until smooth.
3. Drill four 6.4 mm (0.25 in) holes as indicated on the template
to accept the mounting screws.
4. Before mounting the JCU, insert the supplied ethernet cable
through the mounting hole and into the JCU ethernet port.
Ensure the cable gland sealing nut is tightened correctly.
5. Remove the 4 panel mounting clamps and insert the JCU in
place. Affix the mounting clamps to the screws on the other
side of the mounting surface, ensuring that the mounting
clamps are rotated outward from the JCU housing. Tighten
the screws to draw the mounting clamps up against the
mounting surface and then tighten another 1/4 to 1/2 turn. Do
not overtighten the screws.
i. As shipped from the factory, the JCU can be mounted
to a panel thickness ranging from 0.79 to 4.45 cm (0.31
to 1.750 in). The clamps are set with the small “foot” on
the clamp facing towards the mounting surface, away
from the front of the JCU, as shown in the "Thick panel
mounting" diagram in this document.
ii. To mount the JCU to a panel thickness of 0.79 cm (0.31
in) or less, remove the clamps from the mounting screws,
turn them around and thread them back onto each of the
four screws. In this configuration, the clamp “foot” faces
away from the mounting surface and allows the clamp
to contact thinner panel surfaces while still allowing for
proper compression of the JCU mounting gasket to form
a watertight seal. This mounting configuration is shown in
the "Thin panel mounting" diagram in this document.
6. Once you have secured the JCU in place, replace the bezel.
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Chapter 6: System operation and setup
Chapter contents
•
6.1 Thermal camera image on page 32
•
6.2 Operation and features overview on page 33
System operation and setup
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6.1 Thermal camera image
The thermal camera provides a video image which is shown
on your display.
Icon
Description
Zoom setting: 4x zoom.
Single active controller on network.
Multiple active controllers on network.
PC / laptop detected on network.
FFC (Flat Field Correction)
Periodically the camera will perform a Flat Field Correction
(FFC). This will fine tune the thermal image to suit the current
ambient temperature.
The video feed provides:
The FFC operation is indicated by a momentary pause and a
green rectangle displayed in the upper left of the thermal video
image.
• Thermal image.
• Status icons / system information.
You should take time to familiarize yourself with the thermal
image. This will help you to make the most of your system:
• Consider every object you view in terms of how it will look
“thermally” as opposed to how it looks to your eye. For
example look for changes caused by the heating effect of the
sun. These are particularly evident right after sunset.
• Experiment with white-hot and black-hot (reverse video)
modes.
• Experiment by looking for hot objects (such as people)
compared to the colder surroundings.
• Experiment with the camera for daytime viewing. The camera
can provide improved daytime viewing in environments where
traditional video camera performance suffers, such as in
shadows or backlit scenes.
Thermal camera status icons
The thermal camera image includes icons to show the current
status of the camera.
Icon
Description
Camera paused.
Scene preset mode for night conditions.
Scene preset mode for daytime conditions.
Scene preset mode for night docking.
Scene preset mode for identifying people or
objects in the water.
Rear-view mode — image is flipped horizontally.
Zoom setting: 2x zoom.
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6.2 Operation and features overview
1x
The camera features can be accessed using the thermal camera
application of a compatible Raymarine multifunction display,
from a JCU (Joystick control unit) or using a web enabled device
(e.g. Laptop PC or smartphone).
This handbook covers methods using the JCU and web enabled
device, for details on how to operate this product using a
compatible Raymarine multifunction display please refer to the
thermal camera application section of the manual supplied with
your multifunction display.
The main Thermal camera operations are outlined below:
Control the camera:
• Zoom.
• Pause the camera image.
Adjust the camera image:
2x
• Color palette.
• Scene presets.
• Reverse Video (white hot / black hot) — Inverts the video
polarity .
• Rear view mode.
In addition to the above, the camera also provides setup menus
to configure the system to your requirements.
Image adjustments
Camera zoom
The default zoom level is 1x. In addition to this the thermal
camera can be set to either 2x (320 x 240 cameras) or 2x and
4x (640 x 480 cameras) zoom level.
4x
Thermal camera scene presets
Scene presets enable you to quickly select the best image
setting for the current environmental conditions.
During normal operation the thermal camera automatically
adjusts itself to provide a high-contrast image optimized for most
conditions. The Scene presets provide 4 additional settings that
may provide better imagery in certain conditions. The 4 modes
are:
Night Running — scene preset mode for night
conditions.
Day Running — scene preset mode for daytime
conditions.
Night Docking — scene preset mode for night docking.
Search — scene preset mode for identifying people or
objects in the water.
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Although the preset names indicate their intended use, varying
environmental conditions might make another setting more
preferable. For example, the night running scene preset might
also be useful while in a harbor. You may find it beneficial to
experiment with the different scene presets to discover the best
preset to use for different conditions.
Thermal camera color modes
A range of color modes are available to help you distinguish
objects on-screen in different conditions.
Changing the color mode switches the thermal camera image
between a greyscale mode and 1 or more color modes. There
are 5 color modes available.
The factory default color mode is white, which may improve your
night vision. This default mode can be changed if required using
the camera's on-screen Video Setup menu.
Note: If you have the Disable Color Thermal Video option
selected in the camera's on-screen Video Setup menu, only
2 color modes are available — greyscale and red.
Thermal camera reverse video
You can reverse the polarity of the video image to change the
appearance of objects on-screen.
The reverse video option (video polarity) switches the thermal
image from white-hot (or red-hot if the color mode setting is
active) to black-hot. The difference between white-hot and
black-hot is shown below:
White-hot thermal image.
Black-hot thermal image.
You may find it useful to experiment with this option to find the
best setting to suit your needs.
Thermal camera rear view mode
The rear view mode flips the video image horizontally, providing
a “mirror image”.
This is useful for example in instances where the camera is
rear-facing and you are viewing the image on a forward-facing
monitor.
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Chapter 7: Web browser interface
Chapter contents
•
7.1 Web interface overview on page 36
•
7.2 Web interface access on page 38
•
7.3 Advanced IP Communications on page 41
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7.1 Web interface overview
20. Enter the following Subnet Mask: 255.0.0.0.
The thermal camera includes a web interface that can be used
to control and change settings of the thermal camera. The web
interface requires a username and password.
To access the web interface the camera must be networked to a
web enabled device (e.g. laptop PC). The settings on the web
enabled device must be configured correctly to allow access.
Changing network settings — Windows XP
In order to control and view camera settings on a PC using
Windows XP you need to enable UPnP devices and set a static
IP address.
With the camera networked to the PC (as described in section
4.8 PC Connection):
1. Click Start.
2. Click Control Panel.
3. Click Add or Remove Programs.
4. Click Add/Remove Windows Components.
21. Click on the OK button.
You should now be able to access the web interface using a
compatible web browser.
Changing network settings - Windows 7
To configure the necessary network settings on a Windows 7 PC
follow the steps below
5. Click Networking Services.
6. Click the Details button.
7. Select the UPnP User Interface check box.
8. Click OK.
9. Click Next in the Windows Components Wizard.
10. You may be asked for the Windows XP installation CD.
11. When the installation has completed click Start.
12. Select Connect To.
13. Click Show all connections.
14. Right click on the network connection that the camera is
connected to.
15. Click Properties.
16. Select Internet Protocol (TCP/IP).
17. Click the Properties button.
18. Click on Use the following IP address.
19. Enter an IP address that is in the same range as the thermal
cameras IP address (e.g. 10.21.0.5).
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With the camera networked to the PC (as described in section
4.8 PC Connection):
1. Click Start.
2. Click Control Panel.
3. Click System and Security.
4. Click Windows Firewall.
5. Click Allow a program or feature through Windows
Firewall.
6. Scroll down the list to Network Discovery.
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7. Place a tick in the box for the type of network that the camera
is on (this is usually Public).
8. Click OK.
9. From the Control Panel click Network and Internet.
10. Click Network and Sharing Center.
11. Click Change advanced sharing settings.
12. Click on the relevant network type (e.g. Public).
13. Ensure Turn on network discovery is selected.
6.
7.
8.
9.
Select Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4).
Click on the Properties button.
Click on Use the following IP address.
Enter an IP address that is in the same range as the thermal
cameras IP address (e.g. 10.21.0.5).
10. Enter the following Subnet Mask: 255.0.0.0.
14. Click Save changes if you switched on network discovery, or
15. Click Cancel if network discovery was already turned on.
You should now be able to access the web interface using a
compatible web browser.
Setting a manual IP address in windows 7
If you experience issues accessing the camera’s web interface
you may need to assign the PC a static IP address.
To assign a static IP address follow the steps below:
1. From the Control panel Click Network and Internet.
2. Click Network and Sharing Center.
3. Click Change adaptor settings.
4. Select the Network Connection that your thermal camera is
connected to
5. Right click and choose Properties.
The Network Connection Properties dialog is displayed.
Web browser interface
11. Click on the OK button.
12. You may need to restart the PC for the changes to take effect.
You should now be able to access the web interface using a
compatible web browser.
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7.2 Web interface access
Web interface controls
The Web interface provides a browser based user interface for
the thermal camera that can be accessed from any PC or web
enabled device that is on the same network.
The Web interface can be used to control the thermal camera.
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The thermal camera is assigned the following default IP address:
10.21.0.03
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Default login details are as follows:
Type
Username
Password
Description
User
user
fliradmin
The User login should
be used for normal
camera operation and
controls.
Expert
expert
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fliradmin
An expert user has
access to additional
settings.
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An administrator has
access to additional
settings and the
maintenance menu.
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Toolbar — accesses the control Toolbar page.
2
Setup — accesses the Setup menu page.
3
Maintenance — accesses the Maintenance page.
Note: The default login passwords should be changed to
prevent unauthorized access. Ensure you do not forget the
new password.
4
Help — accesses the support and product information page.
5
Change Password — changes the password for the current
account. This icon is only available when account type has
been set to allow change of password.
Accessing the Web interface
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Log Off — logs the current user out of the web utility.
You can access the Web interface from any web enabled device
networked to the thermal camera.
1. Open up the web browser on your device.
2. In the address box enter the IP address of your thermal
camera (Default = 10.21.0.03) and press the RETURN
button.
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Zoom in — zooms in the thermal image.
8
Zoom out — zooms out the thermal image.
9
Change Color — cycles through color palettes.
10
Change Scene — cycles through scene presets.
11
On-Screen Menu — Opens the On-Screen Display (OSD)
menu. The OSD menu is shown on the connected video display.
12
Invert Video Polarity — inverts the video polarity (white hot /
black hot)
13
Camera Control — Indicates whether current user has control
of the thermal camera.
14
Advanced IP Communications — Displays actual command
strings sent to and received from the thermal camera.
Administrator
admin
fliradmin
Web interface OSD controls
When the On-Screen Menu icon is selected, the Toolbar
changes to provide controls to navigate the OSD menu. The
OSD menu is displayed on the connected video display device.
3. Enter the username and password.
4. Click Login.
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Left Arrow
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Up Arrow
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Right Arrow
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Enter
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Down Arrow
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Cancel
Please refer to Chapter 8 OSD menu for OSD menu options.
Camera control
The Control status indicator located at the bottom left of the
toolbar page indicates the current control status of the thermal
camera.
The camera will not respond to any commands until the user
takes control of the camera. The control light will turn green
when the user has control of the camera.
Taking control of the thermal camera
To take control of the thermal camera using the Web interface
follow the steps below.
With the control status light not lit:
1. Select the Control status indicator or other on-screen icon.
A control request is sent to the camera.
Changing account passwords
The password for all accounts can be changed when logged in
as administrator.
2. Enter the current password and then enter your new
password in the boxes provided.
3. Select Send.
The password is now changed.
Multiple controllers
The camera can be controlled by more than 1 control device.
In a system which includes more than 1 control device if a
second control device sends a control request to the camera
then the first control device will receive a warning message.
From the Web interface:
1. Select Maintenance from the top banner.
2. Select Server form the options on the left hand side.
3. Select Security Options.
4. Enter the new password in the relevant Password and
Confirm Password fields.
5. You can also select whether the account type can change
their own passwords by placing or removing a tick in the
Allow change password check box.
When this option is ticked the change password icon will
appear at the top of the page for account types which have
been allowed to change their own passwords.
6. Select SAVE to save the new password(s).
Control will automatically be granted to the second device after
the allotted time unless the Decline button is selected.
When control is granted to the second device the control status
indicator will turn yellow which indicates that the device is still
connected but not controlling the camera.
Changing the camera's IP address
Note: If multiple users have access to the administrator
account it is not recommended that you allow change of
password on that account.
Changing the password
By default all T200 series cameras are assigned the following
IP address: 10.21.0.03. If multiple cameras are on the same
network then each camera must be assigned a unique IP
address from the following IP address range: 10.21.0.02 to
10.21.0.15.
1. Log into the web utility as the administrator.
2. Select the Maintenance menu.
3. From the left hand menu select Server.
4. From the expanded server options select LAN Settings.
The camera’s network settings are displayed.
To change the current users password follow the steps below.
Passwords can only be changed if an administrator has allowed
the account type to change their own password.
From the Web interface:
1. Select the Change password icon
The change password icon is the yellow key icon located
along the top of the page.
The change password dialog is displayed.
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1. Select Setup.
2. Scroll down to Image Orientation.
3. For Ball Up configuration select Revert from the drop down
box.
4. For Ball Down configuration select Both from the drop down
box.
Restoring factory defaults using the web
interface
Use this procedure to reset the camera to its factory default
settings.
5. Select Static from the IP Address Mode drop down box.
The page will refresh and the previously grayed out fields
will now be available.
6. Enter a unique IP address in the IP Address field.
7. Select Save to save the new settings.
A warning message is displayed as the network is restarted.
The open web page, opened under the old IP address, is no
longer valid.
8. You can now log into the Web interface using the new IP
Address.
From the web interface:
1. Select Setup.
2. Scroll to the bottom of the page.
3. Select Factory Defaults.
Note: If your web enabled device has been configured with a
static IP address in order to access the Web interface then it
may be necessary to change its IP address as well.
Zooming the camera using the toolbar
The toolbar can be used to control the zoom level of the thermal
camera, when the zoom level is changed an icon is displayed
on-screen momentarily to indicate the zoom level.
With no zoom level selected:
1. From the web interface toolbar, select the Zoom in icon to
set the zoom level to 2x.
2. On a 640 x 480 camera you can select the Zoom in icon
again to set the zoom level to 4x.
3. Selecting the Zoom out icon will return to the previous zoom
level.
Selecting a scene preset using the toolbar
From the web interface toolbar:
1. Select the Change Scene icon to change the scene.
Selecting the Change Scene icon will cycle through the available
scenes.
Selecting a color palette using the web utility
toolbar
To select a color palette follow the steps below.
From the web interface toolbar:
1. Select the Change Color icon to change the color palette.
Selecting the Change Color icon will cycle through the available
color palettes.
Reversing the video polarity using the
toolbar
To reverse the polarity of the video image follow the steps below.
From the web interface toolbar:
1. Select the Invert Video Polarity icon to reverse the video
polarity.
Selecting the Invert Video Polarity icon will switch the video
image between white hot and black hot.
Switching the camera to rear view mode
using the web interface
To switch the camera to rear view mode follow the steps below
From the web utility:
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7.3 Advanced IP Communications
The advanced IP communications drop down is located in the
lower right corner of the Web interface page.
Use of the Advanced drop down is not required for day to day
operation of the camera.
The information that is displayed in the text area is intended
for system integrators and programmers. It displays the actual
command strings sent to and received from the thermal camera
Programmers and integrators can manually input command
strings and send them to the camera using the TX button.
Web browser interface
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Chapter 8: On-Screen Display Menu
Chapter contents
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8.1 On-Screen Display (OSD) menu options on page 44
On-Screen Display Menu
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8.1 On-Screen Display (OSD) menu
options
The OSD menus provide a range of tools and settings to
configure the thermal camera. The OSD menus are only
available using a JCU or the web interface.
Menu item /
Description
Settings / Operation
Hide All Icons
Selecting this option hides all icons except for:
• Position indicator
• Rearview mode enabled
The menus can be accessed from any JCU on the system. The
menus are overlaid onto the video image.
• Stabilization disabled
• Point mode enabled
Menus available
Exit
Returns to the main menu.
Video Setup
This menu is used to set the video configuration
options.
Set Symbology
Settings associated with the status icons.
User Programmable Button menu
User
Programmable
Button
Configure the USER button on the JCU.
Use this menu to set up the USER button on the JCU.
System Setup
Menu item /
Description
USER button operation
Settings to optimize operation for this particular
system / installation.
Man-Over-Board
settings
The USER button will set the camera scene to
Man-Overboard mode.
About / Help
Helpful information and restore to factory defaults
setting.
Hide / Show All Icons
The USER button will toggle between Show and
Hide icon settings.
Exit
Cancels the OSD menu.
Reverse Video or Inert
Video Polarity
The USER button will toggle between the
White-hot and Black-hot (reverse) thermal
image.
Rearview Mode
The USER button will toggle Rearview mode
on and off.
Exit
Returns to the main menu.
Video setup menu
Menu item /
Description
Settings / Operation
Set Thermal Color
Default
This saves the current color setting as the
default value.
Set Reverse Video or
Set Video Polarity
This toggles the infrared image between
white-hot (or red-hot if viewing a color image)
and black-hot.
Enable / Disable Color
Thermal Video
Display Test Pattern
System Setup menu
Menu item /
Description
Settings / Operation
Enable or disable the thermal color palettes:
Save Camera Settings
Save any changes to the camera settings
• Enabled – Greyscale, Red, Sepia, Rainbow
and Fusion palettes are available.
Enable / Disable
Ball-Down Installation
This option should be enabled when the camera
is mounted upside down (Ball-Down).
• Disabled – Only Greyscale and Red palettes
are available.
Enable / Disable
Rearview Mode
Use the display test pattern when setting up
the color / contrast settings for your particular
display or monitor. You can switch through the 4
test patterns available.
When this option is enabled the camera image
is reversed and you will see a mirror image on
the display.
Name Camera
Use this option to name the camera.
Exit
Exit
About / Help menu
Set symbology menu
Menu item /
Description
Settings / Operation
Enable / Disable PC
Icon
• Enabled – The PC icon is displayed whenever
a PC is detected on the network.
• Disabled – The PC icon is not displayed.
Enable / Disable JCU
Icon
Menu item /
Description
Video Icon Help
Screens
This option displays an explanation of the
purpose of each of the screen icons. Use the
direction controls to cycle through the pages.
Product Information
This option displays information about the
camera:
• Enabled – The JCU icon is displayed
whenever a JCU is detected on the network.
• Name,
• Serial number,
• Disabled – The JCU icon is not displayed.
Display All Icons
Display Minimal Icons
• MAC address, and
Selecting this menu item enables all available
icons.
Selecting this menu item reduces the icon
activity:
• Position, Zoom, Rearview, Pause,
Stabilization disabled and Point Mode
enabled icons are unaffected.
Settings / Operation
• Software information.
Contact Raymarine
This option displays Raymarine contact details.
Restore Factory
Defaults
Use this option to restore the camera settings to
their factory default value.
Exit
• Home and Scene icons are displayed only
momentarily.
• Other icons are not shown.
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Chapter 9: Optional JCU (Joystick Control Unit)
Chapter contents
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9.1 JCU controls overview on page 46
•
9.2 Image adjustments on page 47
•
9.3 JCU Power menu on page 47
•
9.4 Restoring factory defaults on page 48
•
9.5 Resetting the JCU on page 48
Optional JCU (Joystick Control Unit)
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9.1 JCU controls overview
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The controls when using the optional JCU are shown below.
USER – A programmable button for accessing a favorite setting
or function not provided on the other keys. The default operation
is the Reverse Video function (white-hot / black-hot).
• Short press – Perform the programmed action.
• Press and hold – Program the USER button with another
function.
The USER button can be programmed for the following
functions:
• Man-Over-Board — changes scene to the Man Overboard
scene.
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• Hide / Show All Icons
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• Invert Video Polarity — changes between white hot and
black hot video modes.
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• Rearview Mode
7
HOME — The Home button is not used when controlling a fixed
mount thermal camera.
8
PUCK – Use the puck to control the camera and navigate the
setup menus.
Control camera:
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• Press down (and hold) – Zoom thermal image in.
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• Lift up (and hold) – Zoom thermal image out.
• Double-click (2 quick presses) – Pause thermal image. (Move
puck in any direction to unfreeze.)
• Turn clockwise — Zoom thermal image in.
• Turn Anti-clockwise — Zoom thermal image out.
• Move up, down left right – is not used when controlling a fixed
mount thermal camera.
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• Move up, down – Scroll through menu options.
• Press and hold – “Wake” the camera from standby mode or
access the power menu.
• Press down – Select highlighted menu option.
• Momentary press – Change JCU display brightness (3
different levels).
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Navigate setup menus:
STANDBY / DIM
• Turn clockwise — next menu item.
• Turn Anti-clockwise — previous menu item.
COLOR
The factory default is for a red color image to suite night
navigation. You may change this using the color menu.
• Momentary press – Cycle through the available color settings.
(Greyscale, Glowbow, Rainbow, Fusion and Red.)
• Press and hold – Perform FFC (Flat Field Correction)
operation. This performs a correction for the current ambient
temperature.
3
MENU – Access the camera setup menus.
• Press once – display on–screen setup menu.
• Press again – exit setup menu.
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SCENE
• Short press – Select between the available scene presets.
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Display – Provides information regarding the JCU and camera
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9.2 Image adjustments
Zooming the camera using the JCU
The JCU puck is used to control the zoom function of the thermal
camera, an icon will be displayed on-screen to indicate the
current zoom level.
With no zoom level selected:
1. Push the Puck in and hold for 1 second to turn on 2X zoom.
2. Push the Puck in and hold for 2 seconds to turn on 4X zoom.
3. Pull the Puck out to return to the previous zoom level.
9.3 JCU Power menu
Menu item /
Description
JCU Stndby
This option places the JCU in standby. Other
controllers on the system are unaffected.
System Stndby
This option places the JCU into Standby mode.
Global Stndby
This option places all connected JCU’s into
standby.
Calibrate JCU
Use the “Calibrate JCU” function to calibrate the
JCU puck.
Follow the on screen instructions to calibrate
the puck:
Selecting a scene preset using the JCU
1. Press the SCENE button to change the scene.
• Rotate CCW / CW – requires you to rotate
the puck fully clockwise, then anti-clockwise.
then press the puck to continue.
Pressing the Scene preset button will cycle through the available
scenes.
Selecting a color palette using the JCU
To select a color palette follow the steps below.
1. Press the COLOR button to change the color palette.
Pressing the Color button will cycle through the available color
palettes.
Reversing the video polarity
To reverse the polarity of the video image follow the steps below.
Using the JCU:
1. Press MENU.
2. Select Video Setup.
3. Select Set Reverse Video or Invert Video Polarity.
4. Select MENU to cancel the on-screen menu.
Settings / Operation
Cancel
Exit the Power Menu.
Accessing the power menu
The power menu can be accessed by following the steps below.
Using the JCU
1. Press and hold the Power button on the JCU.
The JCU LCD will countdown from 3 to 0, after which the
power menu is displayed.
2. Use the JCU Puck to select the relevant power option.
3. Select Cancel to cancel the power menu.
Note: The power menu is only displayed on the JCU's LCD
display.
Switching the camera to rearview mode
To switch the camera to rear view mode follow the steps below.
Using the JCU
1. Press MENU.
2. Select System Setup.
3. Select Enable Rearview Mode.
When enabled the option is changed to Disable Rearview
Mode, selecting this will revert back to normal view.
4. Press MENU to cancel the on-screen menu.
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9.4 Restoring factory defaults
9.5 Resetting the JCU
Use this procedure to reset the camera to its factory default
settings.
Occasionally it may be necessary to reset the JCU, to do this
you can either power cycle the JCU or follow the steps below:
With the camera setup menu displayed:
1. Select the About/Help menu.
2. Select Restore Factory Defaults from the available options.
1. Press and hold the SCENE, COLOR and HOME buttons
for 1 second.
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Chapter 10: Troubleshooting and support
Chapter contents
•
10.1 Thermal camera troubleshooting on page 50
•
10.2 Raymarine customer support on page 51
Troubleshooting and support
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10.1 Thermal camera troubleshooting
Problems with the thermal camera and their possible causes and solutions are described here.
Problem
Possible causes
Possible solutions
Video not displayed.
Camera is in Standby mode.
The camera will not display video if it is in Standby mode. Use the
camera controls (either the thermal camera application or JCU) to
“wake” the camera from standby.
Problem with the thermal camera video
connections.
• Check thermal camera video cables are sound and properly
connected.
• Ensure that the video is connected into video input 1 at the
multifunction display or GVM.
• Ensure that the correct video input is selected at the display.
Problem with power supply to the
camera or JCU (if used as the primary
controller)
• Check the power connections to the camera and JCU / PoE injector
(if used).
• Ensure that the power switch / breaker is on.
• Check the fuse / breaker state.
Cannot control thermal camera from
Raymarine display or keyboard.
Thermal camera application is not
running.
Ensure the thermal camera application is running on the multifunction
display (as oppose to the video application which does not have camera
controls).
Erratic or unresponsive controls.
Network problem.
Check that the controller and thermal camera are correctly connected to
the network. (Note: This may be a direct connection or via a Raymarine
network switch.)
Check the status of the Raymarine network switch.
Check that SeaTalkhs / RayNet cables are free from damage.
Control conflict, e.g. caused by multiple
users at different stations.
Ensure that no other controllers are in use at the same time.
Problem with the controller.
Check power / network cabling to the controller and PoE injector (PoE
only used with optional Joystick Control Unit).
Check other controllers if available. If other controllers are operating
this will eliminate the possibility of a more fundamental camera fault.
Cannot switch between thermal and
visible (VIS / IR) video image .
Noisy image.
Image too dark or too light.
Camera is not a dual payload model.
Only “dual payload” (dual lens) thermal cameras support VIS / IR
switching.
VIS / IR cable not connected.
Ensure that the VIS / IR cable is connected from the camera to the
Raymarine system. (The IR-only cable does not support switching).
Poor quality or faulty video cable.
Ensure that the video cable is no longer than necessary. The longer the
cable is (or the smaller the wire gauge / thickness), the more severe
the losses become. Use only high quality shielded cable suitable for a
marine environment.
Cable is picking up electromagnetic
interference (EMI) from another device.
• Ensure you are using a high quality shielded cable.
• Ensure proper cable separation, for example do not run data and
power cables in close proximity with each other.
Display brightness is set too low.
Use the brightness controls at the display to adjust accordingly.
The contrast or brightness settings in
the thermal camera application are set
too low.
Use the appropriate menu in the thermal camera application to adjust
the contrast and brightness of the image.
The Scene Mode is not appropriate for
the current conditions.
A particular environment may benefit from a different Scene Mode
setting. For example, a very cold background (such as the sky) could
cause the camera to use a wider temperature range than appropriate.
Use the SCENE button.
Image freezes momentarily.
FFC (Flat Field Correction).
The image will pause momentarily on a periodic basis during the Flat
Field Correction (FFC) cycle. Just prior to the FFC, a small green
square will appear in the upper left corner of the screen.
Image is inverted (upside down).
Camera “Ball down” setting is incorrect.
Ensure that the Ball down setting within the thermal camera system
setup menu is set correctly.
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10.2 Raymarine customer support
Raymarine provides a comprehensive customer support service.
You can contact customer support through the Raymarine
website, telephone and e-mail. If you are unable to resolve a
problem, please use any of these facilities to obtain additional
help.
Web support
Please visit the customer support area of our website at:
www.raymarine.com
This contains Frequently Asked Questions, servicing information,
e-mail access to the Raymarine Technical Support Department
and details of worldwide Raymarine agents.
Telephone and e-mail support
In the USA:
• Tel: +1 603 324 7900
• Toll Free: +1 800 539 5539
• E-mail: support@raymarine.com
In the UK, Europe, and the Middle East:
• Tel: +44 (0)13 2924 6777
• E-mail: ukproduct.support@raymarine.com
In Southeast Asia and Australia:
• Tel: +61 (0)29479 4800
• E-mail: aus.support@raymarine.com
Product information
If you need to request service, please have the following
information to hand:
• Product name.
• Product identity.
• Serial number.
• Software application version.
• System diagrams.
You can obtain this product information using the menus within
your product.
Troubleshooting and support
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Chapter 11: Technical specification
Chapter contents
•
11.1 Camera technical specification on page 54
•
11.2 PoE Injector technical specification on page 54
Technical specification
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11.1 Camera technical specification
11.2 PoE Injector technical
specification
Power requirements
PoE Class 3 device
Power consumption
• 4.8 W typical — without demister
Nominal input voltage
12 or 24 V dc
• 12.5 W Max — with demister
Operating input voltage range
9 V dc to 36 V dc
Installation environment
Power consumption
22 W Max
• Operating temperature: -25ºC to
+55ºC (-13ºF to 131ºF)
Output voltage
48 V dc @ 0.35 A
Output power
17 W Max
Environmental
Installation environment
Environmental
• Storage temperature: -30ºC to
+70ºC (-22ºF to 158ºF)
• Operating temperature: -25ºC to
+75ºC (-13ºF to 167ºF)
• Relative humidity: max 95%
• Waterproof to IPX6
• Wind: 100 knot (115.2 mph)
• Storage temperature: -40ºC to
+85ºC (-40ºF to 185ºF)
• Vibration: IEC 60945;
MIL-STD-810E
• Operation humidity: 5% to 90%
• Sand/dust: MIL-STD-810E
• Vibration: IEC 60945;
MIL-STD-810E
• Salt Mist: IEC60945;
MIL-STD-810F
• Sand/dust: MIL-STD-810E
Electromagnetic compliance
EMI: IEC 60945
Dimensions
• Base diameter: 178 mm (7 in.)
• Height: 152 mm (6 in.)
Weight
<1.4 kg (3 lb) depending on camera
variant.
Video out
• NTSC = <9Hz and 30Hz
• PAL = <9Hz and 25Hz
• Salt Mist: IEC60945
Electromagnetic compliance
FCC Class B, EN55022 Class B,
EN60950, EN60945
Dimensions
• Length: 85 mm (3.35 in)
• Width: 57 mm (2.24 in)
• Height: 36 mm (1.42 in)
Weight
.45 kg (1 lb)
Connector type
RJ45 ethernet 10 / 100 / 1000 M/bits
Depending on camera model.
Pan and Tilt adjustments
• Pan = ±30º
• Tilt = +34º to –27º
Note: Pan and Tilt angles are
fixed during installation.
Video resolution
• 320 x 240
• 640 x 480
Depending on camera model.
Field of View
• 24º x 18º
• 25º x 20º
Depending on camera model.
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Chapter 12: Spares and accessories
Chapter contents
•
12.1 T200 Spares and accessories on page 56
•
12.2 RayNet to RJ45 SeaTalkhs adaptor cables on page 56
Spares and accessories
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12.1 T200 Spares and accessories
The table below lists the spares and accessories available for
the T200 series thermal cameras.
Description
Part number
PoE Injector
R32141
Ethernet coupler
R32142
Coaxial video cable 7.6 m (25 ft)
A80266
Ethernet cable 7.6 m (25 ft)
A80267
Mounting kit
R32144
JCU (Joystick Control Unit)
E32130
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12.2 RayNet to RJ45 SeaTalkhs adaptor
cables
Cable
Part number
1 m (3.28 ft) RayNet to RJ45
SeaTalkhs cable
A62360
3 m (9.84 ft) RayNet to RJ45
SeaTalkhs cable
A80151
10 m (32.8 ft) RayNet to RJ45
SeaTalkhs cable
A80159
400 mm (1.3 ft) RayNet to RJ45
SeaTalkhs (female) cable
A80160
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