Document
RISE™ Series
4260HD
Camera Positioning System
Installation Manual 6x-1114D
www.CohuHD.com
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Table of Contents
1.0 General Information
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
1.5
1.6
1.7
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About this document
Additional information and documents related to the camera system
Copyright/Intellectual Property Rights Statement
FCC compliance
Support services
Returns
Shipment
2.0 Safety Instructions
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2.1 Important Information
2.2 Grounding
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3.0 Installation
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3.1 4260HDCamera Positioner System Overview
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3.2 Optional Accessories
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3.3 4260HD Interconnection Diagrams
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3.3.1 Interconnection Diagram with PoE++ Power Supply and Non-PoE Switch.
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3.3.2 Interconnection Diagram with PoE++ Power Supply, I/O and Non-PoE Switch.
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3.3.3 Interconnection Diagram with 24 Vac Power Supply, Analog and IP Output.
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3.3.4 Interconnection Diagram with 24 Vac Power Supply, Analog and IP Output.
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3.3.5 Interconnection Diagram with 120 Vac Power Supply.
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3.3.6 Interconnection Diagram with 120 Vac Power Supply. MS or AMP Connectors
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3.3.7 Power over Ethernet (PoE++)
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3.4 4260HD Cables
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3.4.1 4260HD Models and Available Cable Functions
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3.4.2 RJ-45 Connector Pinouts (Models 4261HD, 4262HD, and 4263HD)
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3.4.3 RJ-45 Connector Pinouts (Models 4264HD, 4265HD, 4266HD, 4268HD, and 4269HD)
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3.4.4 18-pin MS Type (Metal) Connector and its Mating System Cable Connector (Models 4263HD,
4265HD, 4266HD, 4267HD and 4268HD)
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3.4.4.1 MS Connector Pinouts (Models 4263HD and 4265HD)
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3.4.4.2 MS Connector Pinouts (Model 4266HD)
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3.4.4.3 MS Connector Pinouts (Model 4267HD)
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3.4.4.4 MS Connector Pinouts (Model 4268HD)
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3.4.5 Stripped Leads Wire Colors and Corresponding Functions (Models 4262HD and 4264HD) 19
3.4.6 16-pin Amp Type (Plastic) Connector Kit and its Mating System Cable Connector Kit (Model
4269HD)
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3.4.6.1 Amp Connector Pinouts (Model 4269HD)
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3.4.7 Digital Inputs/Outputs (DIO)
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3.4.8 Field Cables
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3.4.9 4260HD CohuHD- Manufactured System Cables
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3.4.9.1 4266HD Cable Compatibility
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3.5 4260HD Camera System Mounting Methods
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3.5.1 Standard and Inverted Mounting Methods
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3.5.1.1 Inverted Mount Configuration
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3.5.2 Camera System Mounts
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3.6 4260HD Camera System Mounting Diagrams
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3.6.1 Large Pedestal Adapter for the PoE and 24 Vac Power Option
3.6.2 Large Pedestal Plate for the 120 Vac Power Option
3.6.3 Wall Mount Installation
3.6.4 Pole Mount Installation
3.6.5 Corner Mount Installation
3.6.6 Parapet Mount Installation
3.7 Installation Procedure
3.7.1 Instructions on How to Assemble the Waterproof Shielded RJ45 Coupler
3.8 Overall Dimensions and Mounting Base Hole Pattern
3.9 Mounting Brackets Dimensions
3.9.1
3.9.2
3.9.3
3.9.4
3.9.5
3.9.6
3.9.7
Large Pedestal Plate
Large Pedestal Adapter
Mount Adapter
Wall Mount
Pole Mount
Corner Mount
Parapet Mount
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4.0 Getting Started
4.1
4.2
4.3
4.4
4.5
4.6
4.7
4.8
4.9
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Recommended Computer Specifications
System Requirements
Factory Default IP Address and Settings
Factory Default User Names and Passwords
Assigning the Static IP Address
Assigning the New Camera IP Address
Using the RISE Camera Discovery Tool
Accessing the Camera Using Web Interface
Users' Accounts
5.0 Maintenance
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5.1 Maintenance
5.2 Wiper Unit
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6.0 Warranty
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1.0 General Information
1.1 About this document
This document contains information on how to install and maintain the 4260HD Series Camera Positioning
System.Please read this manual carefully prior to installation to prevent any accidental damage or misuse.
The manual is available from the CohuHD website at
http://www.cohuhd.com/Support/Product-Documentation
The information in this manual is subject to change without notice. Please refer to the above website for the
latest information.
Note: All graphics contained within this document, including screenshots and other displays, are for reference use only and are subject to change.
1.2 Additional information and documents related to the camera system
For information on the camera system operation, see Operation manual 6x-1119. The manual is available from
the CohuHD website at:
http://www.cohuhd.com/Support/Product-Documentation
1.3 Copyright/Intellectual Property Rights Statement
Copyright 2015, 2016, 2017 CohuHD Costar, LLC. CohuHD Costar, LLC has intellectual property rights to
technology embodied in the product described in this manual.
CohuHD Costar™, RISE™, and Command Core™ are trademarks of CohuHD Costar, LLC.
1.4 FCC compliance
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device pursuant to
Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial environment. This equipment generates, uses, and
can radiate radio frequency energy, and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instruction manual,
may cause harmful interference to radio communications. Operation of this equipment in a residential area is
likely to cause harmful interference, in which case the user will be required to correct the interference at his
own expense.
Operation is subject to the following two conditions:
(1) this device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received,
including interference that may cause undesired operation. Changes or modifications to this device void the
warranty.
1.5 Support services
Please contact the Customer Service Department for technical assistance.
1.6 Returns
This item was thoroughly tested and carefully packed at the factory prior to shipping. Upon acceptance by the
carrier, the carrier assumes responsibility for the item’s safe arrival. If you receive the item in a damaged condition, apparent or concealed, a claim for damage must be made to the carrier.
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If a visual inspection shows damage upon receipt of this shipment, it must be noted on the freight bill or
express receipt and the notation signed by the carrier’s agent. Failure to do this can result in the carrier refusing to honor the claim.
When the damage is not apparent until the unit is unpacked, a claim for concealed damage must be made.
Make a mail or phone request to the carrier for inspection immediately upon discovery of the concealed damage. Keep all cartons and packing materials.
To return the product to the factory for service, please contact the Customer Service Department for a Return
Material Authorization (RMA) Number.
Prominently display the RMA number on the outside of the shipping container(s) and on paperwork contained
inside. Give a brief description of why the equipment is being returned and list the symptoms of any problems
being experienced with the equipment.
1.7 Shipment
Important: If the camera needs to be shipped, please use the original packaging material which was
designed to protect the product during transportation. If the original packaging is lost or damaged, please
order a replacement from Customer Service.
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2.0 Safety Instructions
2.1 Important Information
Warning: Do not remove the covers or housing. There are no user-serviceable parts inside.
Warning: The Schrader Valves on the camera head's back plate are for factory use only. Do not attempt to
add any gas to the camera head.
Warning: PoE++ (Power over Ethernet) injectors used with this camera system may operate from 100-240
Vac. These voltages are dangerous. Use extreme care working with equipment connected to these voltages.
NFPA 70 (Articles 800.30 and 830.30), National Electric Code ® requires that a listed primary protector be
installed on the conductors of outdoor communication circuits entering a premises, as close as possible to
the point of entrance. The primary protector must be appropriate to the circuit type (PoE, PoE++, or Ethernet).
Warning: Voltages that present a shock hazard may exist on PoE circuits. Use caution to avoid direct contact with exposed, bare Ethernet circuit conductors or connector contacts.
Warning: Some models of this camera system operate from 120 or 24 Vac. Use care working with equipment connected to 120 or 24 Vac.
Warning: The camera system is operated via remote computer control and may move rapidly and unexpectedly. Remove power from the camera system before servicing and whenever working near the camera system.
Warning: Do not use y-cables or other non-standard wiring schemes.
Caution: In order to prevent damage or deterioration of the optical system avoid pointing the camera system
directly toward the sun.
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Installation must be done by qualified installers, and conform to all local codes and regulations.
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All servicing must be performed by qualified service personnel. Procedures in this manual do not
require entry into the housing of the camera system. The unit contains sensitive devices that can be
damaged by static discharge. To reduce the risk of electric shock and damage to the unit by static discharge do not perform any servicing other than described in these instructions. If the unit is defective,
please contact the Customer Service Department for technical assistance.
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It is the user’s responsibility to ensure that the mounting methods are safe and adequate for the location.
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Use only stainless steel (SS) hardware to fasten the mount to an outdoor surface.
2.2 Grounding
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To provide protection against electrical surges induced by lightning, static charges, or any other cause,
the camera and cabling system must be properly grounded to earth. For installation on a building, the
camera must be bonded (that is, provided with a low impedance connection) to the building’s structural
earth ground system. For installation on a metal pole with a proper ground system at the base, the
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camera must be bonded to the pole. For installation on a non-grounded or insulated support, the camera must be grounded with an adequate ground strap or wire between the camera and a nearby ground
system, or to a ground system installed at the base of the support. Failure to adequately ground the
camera may lead to failure of the camera. This applies to low voltage (24 Vac and PoE cameras) as
well as to 120 Vac cameras. Failures due to surges are not covered by the warranty, as they are
not due to defects in material or workmanship, and it is the installer’s responsibility to meet
these grounding requirements.
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All system cables must be shielded, and the shield(s) must be bonded to earth ground.
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The grounding screw on the camera’s base must be connected to earth ground using minimum 16
AWG wire and bonded to earth ground as close to the camera system as possible.
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3.0 Installation
3.1 4260HDCamera Positioner System Overview
The 4260HD Camera System is an IP camera system contained within three independently sealed and environmentally protected sections. The camera system provides IP video streams with H.264 and MJPEG compression. The positioning system provides continuous 360° pan (azimuth) motion range with +/- 95° of tilt
(elevation). Control interfaces are via Ethernet network connection or optional RS422 serial control.
For detailed specifications, download the camera's datasheet from the CohuHD website:
http://www.cohuhd.com/Support/Product-Documentation.
3.2 Optional Accessories
The following optional accessories are recommended by CohuHD and can be purchased with the camera system.
Mounts
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Large Pedistal Adapter: CohuHD p/n 7411444-003
Large Pedestal Plate: CohuHD p/n 8481-9
Wall: CohuHD p/n 8425-7
Pole: CohuHD p/n 8503-0
Corner: CohuHD p/n 8503-1
Parapet: CohuHD p/n 8503-2
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Cables
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See "4260HD CohuHD- Manufactured System Cables " on page 23.
PoE ++ Injectors
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CohuHD p/n 7412007-001, 120 Vac
CohuHD p/n 7412007-002, 230 Vac
CohuHD p/n 7412007-003,
See "Power over Ethernet (PoE++)" on page 14 .
Field Connectors
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MS Mating Connector: Amphenol p/n PT06E-14-18S(476) or equivalent, CohuHD p/n 1310230-111.
AMP Mating connector kit:
1. 16-pin Connector, Plug. CohuHD p/n 1310307-009, Amphenol p/n 206037-1 or equivalent.
2. Backshell. CohuHD p/n 1310307-103, Amphenol p/n 206070-8 or equivalent.
3. Contacts
Waterproof RJ45 Coupler
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Waterproof RJ45 Coupler: VPI CAT5e-WTP-FF or equivalent, CohuHD p/n 7610203-001.
24 Vac Power Transformer
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AC Outdoor Power Supply: Altronix WayPoint-10A or equivalent, CohuHD p/n 7411543-010.
Wiper Arm
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Wiper Arm Assembly: CohuHD p/n 8190-5. See " Maintenance" on page 49.
Outdoor Surge Protective Device for PoE and Ethernet
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Surge Protective Device, Power over Ethernet (PoE/PoE+): Edco CAT6-POE-1 or equivalent,
CohuHD p/n 7411708-005.
Outdoor Surge Protective Device for PoE++
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Surge Protective Device, Power over Ethernet (PoE++): PD-OUT/SP11 or equivalent, CohuHD p/n
7412009-001.
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3.3 4260HD Interconnection Diagrams
See "Safety Instructions" on page 7. See " Installation Procedure" on page 33 for the camera grounding procedure.
The following are interconnection diagrams for the 4260HD camera system:
3.3.1 Interconnection Diagram with PoE++ Power Supply and Non-PoE Switch.
3.3.2 Interconnection Diagram with PoE++ Power Supply, I/O and Non-PoE Switch.
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3.3.3 Interconnection Diagram with 24 Vac Power Supply, Analog and IP Output.
3.3.4 Interconnection Diagram with 24 Vac Power Supply, Analog and IP Output.
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3.3.5 Interconnection Diagram with 120 Vac Power Supply.
3.3.6 Interconnection Diagram with 120 Vac Power Supply. MS or AMP Connectors
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3.3.7 Power over Ethernet (PoE++)
The 4260HD camera system is compliant with the LTPoE++™ (Linear Technology) specification.
LTPoE++ maintains interoperability with existing PoE and PoE+ standard equipment and specifies backward
compatibility with IEEE 802.3af (PoE) and 802.3at (PoE+) power sourcing equipment (PSE) and powered
devices (PD). It expands the power available at the PD to four different power levels: 38.7 W, 52.7 W, 70 W
and 90 W.
Power to the camera is supplied through the network cable. Two types of PoE++ implementations are specified:
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Endspan PoE++: Power is applied directly by the switch to the camera. This method requires the
deployment of a PoE++ enabled switch.
Midspan PoE++: Power is supplied by an injector placed between an existing non-PoE++ switch and
the camera.
PoE++ injectors can be ordered from CohuHD. Please refer to the CohuHD website in the 4260HD series
specifications section for ordering information. The PoE++ injector selected for use with 4260HD must meet
the following requirement:
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Be compatible with the LTPoE++ specification. Please refer to the following website for more information: http://www.linear.com/products/poe_powered_device_(pd)
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3.4 4260HD Cables
3.4.1 4260HD Models and Available Cable Functions
The 4260HD camera system is built with one or two cables attached to the camera base for electrical connection. The 4260HD camera model number identifies the type(s) of cable(s) the camera system requires.
The 4260HD camera system can be ordered with a combination of two cables:
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CAT5e (Ethernet and PoE++) Pigtail Cable: Belden 7919A shielded CAT5e pigtail cable terminated
into an RJ-45 connector.
Multi-conductor Input/Output (I/O) Pigtail Cable: 36” long custom CohuHD multi-conductor pigtail
cable. The I/O cable is made with either stripped (prepared) leads, an MS type (metal) connector or
AMP type (plastic) connector.
The following pictures show camera models with cables.
4260HD Models and Available Cables
The following table lists the cable functions and the camera models where these functions are available.
4260HD Models and Available Cable Functions
Camera
Cables
CAT5e with
RJ-45 Connector
I/O with MS
Connector,
AMP Connector or
Stripped
Leads
Function
Models
4262HD
4263HD
4264HD
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
*
*
yes
yes
PoE++
PoE++
PoE++
-
-
-
-
-
-
DIO
-
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
-
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RS422
Serial
-
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
Analog
Video
-
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
Power
(120Vac or
24 Vac)
-
-
-
24 Vac
24 Vac
24 Vac
Ethernet
PoE++
4265HD 4266HD
4267HD 4268HD 4269HD
4261HD
120 Vac 120 Vac 120 Vac
*Note: 4266HD, 4267HD - The Ethernet signal goes through the MS connector. See "MS Connector Pinouts (Model
4267HD)" on page 18. See "MS Connector Pinouts (Model 4266HD)" on page 17.
Note: The symbol "-" means that the cable function is not available for the camera model.
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3.4.2 RJ-45 Connector Pinouts (Models 4261HD, 4262HD, and 4263HD)
RJ-45 Connector
Pin Function
1
Ethernet TX+
2
Ethernet TX-
3
Ethernet RX+
6
Ethernet RX-
5
PoE++ VPort-
4
PoE++ VPort+
7
PoE++ VPort+
8
PoE++ VPort-
3.4.3 RJ-45 Connector Pinouts (Models 4264HD, 4265HD, 4266HD, 4268HD, and 4269HD)
RJ-45 Connector
Pin
Function
1
Ethernet TX+
2
Ethernet TX-
3
Ethernet RX+
6
Ethernet RX-
5
Not Connected
4
Not Connected
7
Not Connected
8
Not Connected
Note: Model 4267HD has no RJ-45 connector.
3.4.4 18-pin MS Type (Metal) Connector and its Mating System Cable Connector (Models 4263HD,
4265HD, 4266HD, 4267HD and 4268HD)
Camera connector: Amphenol p/n PT06E-14-18P(476) or equivalent, CohuHD p/n 1310230-117.
Mating connector: Amphenol p/n PT06E-14-18S(476) or equivalent, CohuHD p/n 1310230-111 (supplied, if
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3.4.4.1 MS Connector Pinouts (Models 4263HD and 4265HD)
MS Connector
Pin
Function
C
DIO 1
J
DIO 3
K
DIO 2
P
I/O Common
M
RS422 RX+
N
RS422 RX-
S
RS422 TX+
R
RS422 TX-
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Analog Video Output
A
Analog Video Shield
U
Not Connected
H
Not Connected
D
Not Connected
B
24 Vac
E
Not Connected
F
Not Connected
T
24 Vac
G
Overall Shield
3.4.4.2 MS Connector Pinouts (Model 4266HD)
MS Connector
Pin
Function
C
DIO 1
J
DIO 3
K
DIO 2
P
I/O Common
M
RS422 RX+
N
RS422 RX-
S
RS422 TX+
R
RS422 TX-
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Analog Video Output
A
Analog Video Shield
U
Not Connected
H
Ethernet RX-
D
Ethernet TX+
B
24 Vac
E
Ethernet TX-
F
Ethernet RX+
T
24 Vac
G
Overall Shield
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3.4.4.3 MS Connector Pinouts (Model 4267HD)
MS Connector
Pin
Function
C
DIO 1
J
DIO 3
K
DIO 2
P
I/O Common
M
RS422 RX+
N
RS422 RX-
S
RS422 TX+
R
RS422 TX-
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Analog Video Output
A
Analog Video Shield
U
120 Vac Line
H
Ethernet RX-
D
Ethernet TX+
B
Not Connected
E
Ethernet TX-
F
Ethernet RX+
T
120 Vac Neutral
G
Overall Shield
3.4.4.4 MS Connector Pinouts (Model 4268HD)
MS Connector
Pin
Function
C
Not Connected
J
Not Connected
K
Not Connected
P
I/O Common
M
RS422 RX+
N
RS422 RX-
S
RS422 TX+
R
RS422 TX-
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Analog Video Output
A
Analog Video Shield
U
120 Vac Line
H
Not Connected
D
Not Connected
B
Not Connected
E
Not Connected
F
Not Connected
T
120 Vac Neutral
G
Overall Shield/AC Groound
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3.4.5 Stripped Leads Wire Colors and Corresponding Functions (Models 4262HD and 4264HD)
Stripped Leads
Wire Color
Function
ORN
DIO 1
WHT/BLK
DIO 2
RED/GRN
DIO 3
BLU
DIO 4
YEL
Factory Default
BRN
I/O Common
WHT (26 AWG)
RS422 RX+
BLK (26 AWG)
RS422 RX-
RED
RS422 TX+
GRN
RS422 TX-
COAX CENTER (WHT)
Analog Video Output
COAX SHIELD (BLK)
Analog Video Shield
BLK (22AWG)
24 Vac
WHT (22AWG)
24 Vac
GRY
Overall Shield
3.4.6 16-pin Amp Type (Plastic) Connector Kit and its Mating System Cable Connector Kit (Model
4269HD)
Camera connector kit:
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16-pin Connector, Receptacle. CohuHD p/n 1310306-010, Amphenol p/n 206036-3 or equivalent.
Backshell. CohuHD p/n 1310307-103, Amphenol p/n 206070-8 or equivalent.
Contacts
Mating connector kit:
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16-pin Connector, Plug. CohuHD p/n 1310307-009, Amphenol p/n 206037-1 or equivalent.
Backshell. CohuHD p/n 1310307-103, Amphenol p/n 206070-8 or equivalent.
Contacts
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3.4.6.1 Amp Connector Pinouts (Model 4269HD)
AMP Connector
Pin
Function
1
Analog Video Output
2
Analog Video Shield
3
I/O Common
4
RS422 TX-
5
RS422 TX+
6
RS422 RX+
7
RS422 RX-
8
Not Connected
9
Not Connected
10
Not Connected
11
Not Connected
12
120 Vac Line
13
120 Vac Neutral
14
Overall Shield
15
AC Ground
16
Not Connected
3.4.7 Digital Inputs/Outputs (DIO)
The camera system can be configured with up to four inputs or four outputs. Each pin can be set as an input or
output. The number of inputs/outputs depends on which I/O cable is ordered:
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Cable with stripped leads: Four inputs or four outputs are available.
Cable with MS connector: Three inputs or three outputs are available.
Inputs
The inputs can be configured to initiate an event either when a contact closure between an Input and I/O Common is detected or when an open circuit between an Input and I/O Common is detected.
Caution: Do not connect a power source to the inputs.
Outputs
The Outputs can be set up to be latched or momentary with programmable momentary duration. When an
event is generated by the camera the Output acts as a relay to control external components.
Caution: The source voltage for any Output must not exceed 60 Vdc, and the maximum current must not
exceed 500 mA.
Wiring Inputs/Outputs
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Cable with MS Connector: Connect pins C, K and J on the MS connector to DIO 1, 2, and 3, respectively. A contact closure between the DIO and the I/O Common (MS connector pin P) will generate an
event.
Cable with Stripped Leads: Connect ORN, WHT/BLK, RED/GRN and BLU wires to DOI 1, 2, 3 and
4 respectively. A contact closure between the DOI and the I/O Common (BRN wire) will generate an
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3.4.8 Field Cables
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To build the camera system cables, CohuHD recommends:
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For Ethernet/PoE++: Belden p/n 7919A Multi-Conductor - Category 5e DataTuff® Twisted Pair
Cable,overall Beldfoil shield (100% coverage). CohuHD p/n 7610201 -001.
Note: The maximum cable length for Ethernet is 100 m (328’). However, other factors may reduce the
distance Ethernet can be successfully used, such as EMI from other sources.
When wiring to the Ethernet pins, consider whether they are to be wired for the NIC (Network Interface
Card) in a PC or for system connections to a hub, switch, router, or similar device.
Ethernet Cable Wiring to a Hub, Switch, or Router (Straight Wiring)
Camera Connector
MS
AMP
Corresponding RJ-45 Ethernet
Pins
TX+
D
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1
Ethernet Function
TX-
E
9
2
RX+
F
10
3
RX-
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This Ethernet wiring is intended to connect directly to a hub, switch, or router. For connection directly to a PC, it will be necessary to use either a crossover cable or a crossover adapter. Note: For clarity, only signal lines are shown.
Ethernet Cable Wiring to a PC (Crossover Wiring)
Camera Connector
MS
AMP
Corresponding RJ-45 Ethernet
Pins
TX+
D
8
3
Ethernet Function
TX-
E
9
6
RX+
F
10
1
RX-
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This Ethernet wiring is intended to connect a camera to the NIC card in a PC. Note: For clarity, only signal lines are shown.
Wiring to the PoE pins is the same for the NIC in a PC as for system connections to a hub, switch,
router or similar device.
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For Power: Two wires, insulated for 300 V minimum, 18 AWG cord for power. Use for distances up to
80 feet (29 m) for 24 Vac cables.
Note: Long cable lengths and/or low mains voltages can cause the 24 Vac power at the camera to
drop below the minimum input voltage (24 Vac -10%) resulting in unreliable operation. In this situation, use the 28 Vac output tap on the 7411543-010 AC Outdoor Power Transformer to ensure
adequate power to the camera.
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For I/O: Four wires, insulated for 300 V minimum, 24 AWG. Use for distances up to 250 feet (76.2 m).
For Analog Video: The coax cable for analog video must be rated at 75 ohms, and must not exceed a
maximum attenuation of 6 dB at 10 MHz for the length of cable required. For example, Belden 9221
miniature coax is a small, extremely flexible, 75 ohm coax that has an attenuation of 2.2 dB per 100
feet. Do not use it for distances longer than 270 feet ((6 dB / 2.2 dB) x 100 ft. = 272 feet). For mid range
distances use the Belden 8241F (RG-59/U type with 100% copper core), with an attenuation of 0.9 dB
per 100 feet, or a maximum recommended distance of 650 feet. For longer cable runs, the Belden 8238
(RG-11/U type) has an attenuation of 0.7 dB per 100 feet, which would allow for a maximum cable
length of over 850 feet. There are triaxial cables available that can accommodate even longer cable distances, but a video cable equalizer or fiber optics may prove to be more cost-effective as a long distance solution.
For Data: A shielded two twisted pair data cable is recommended. For lower baud rates (9,600 or
less), the Belden 8723 shielded cable is usually suitable for distances up to 750 feet. For longer cable
runs, and/or faster baud rates, a cable with a lower capacitance per foot must be selected.
If the RS422 interface is used for sending and receiving serial data, an RS232/422 converter is used
between the camera system and a computer.
Typical RS232/422 Converter
RS422 Cable Wiring to B&B Converter
Camera Side
RS422 Camera
Converter Side
Camera Connector Pins
RS422 Device
MS
AMP
RS422 RX+
M
6
TD(B)
RS422 RX-
N
7
TD(A)
RS422 TX+
S
5
RD(B)
RS422 TX-
R
4
RD(A)
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3.4.9 4260HD CohuHD- Manufactured System Cables
CohuHD-manufactured cables are available for 4260HD series camera systems using PoE++, 24 Vac or 120
Vac.
For detailed information, download cable drawings from the CohuHD website:
http://www.cohuhd.com/Support/Product-Documentation.
Cables are made with stripped (prepared) leads and with combinations of connectors. “Stripped” indicates that
the wire leads are stripped and pre-tinned with solder for attachment to a terminal strip or similar device.
Use an Ethernet extender to extend an Ethernet cable beyond its distance limitation. CohuHD recommends
Enable-IT 860 LRE Kit, which can be purchased with the camera system.
4260HD Models and CohuHD- Manufactured Cables
Model
CohuHD-Manufactured Cables
4261HD 4262HD 4263HD 4264HD 4265HD 4266HD
CA276A
See "
4266HD
Cable
Compatibility"
on page
24.
4267HD
4268HD
4269HD
-
yes
yes
-
-
-
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
CA276B or CA276C
-
-
-
-
yes
CA276D
-
-
-
yes
yes
-
-
-
-
CA277A, B, H, M, P,
Q, R, S and T, CA252
-
-
-
-
-
-
yes
-
-
CA278 A, B, H, M, P,
Q, R, S and T, CA295
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
yes
-
CA297 E, F, G, H, M,
P, Q, R
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
yes
Note: The symbol "-" means that the cable is incompatible with the camera model.
Warning: Connecting certain cables to the 4260HD Series camera systems can result in permanent
damage to the camera. Do not connect any cable to a 4260HD camera system without verifying compatibility first.
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3.4.9.1 4266HD Cable Compatibility
The 4266HD camera system is designed to be compatible with many existing field cables for 24 Vac systems,
and with a power conversion junction box for 120 Vac systems. If the 4266HD camera system is intended to
be a replacement for an existing 3964, 3965, HD34 or HD35 camera systems, it is probable that the existing
cable can be used, eliminating the need to pull new cable to an existing site.
The following list shows all of the existing field cables that could potentially be connected to the MIL-SPEC
connector used on the 4266HD, and indicates whether the cable is compatible with the 4266HD.
CA251 (All): Not Compatible
Potential Hazard: Yes.
Do Not Connect to 4266HD
CA252A, B, C, D
Potential Hazard: No
Requires: 4266HD Junction box to convert 120 Vac to 24 Vac.
Supports: Ethernet
Does Not Support: PoE Power, Analog Video, Alarm I/O, Relay I/O, Serial Communication
CA252G: Relay I/O is being used
Potential Hazard: Yes. Not Compatible.
Do Not Connect to 4266HD
CA252G: Relay I/O is not being used
Potential Hazard: No
Supports: Ethernet, Analog Video, Alarm 1, RS422 Communication
Does Not Support: PoE Power, Relay I/O
CA252H, P, Q:
Potential Hazard: No
Requires: 4266HD Junction box to convert 120 Vac to 24 Vac.
Supports: Ethernet, Analog Video, RS422 Communication
Does Not Support: PoE Power, Alarm I/O, Relay I/O
CA252M, R, S, T: Relay I/O is being used
Potential Hazard: Yes. Not Compatible.
Do Not Connect to 4266HD
CA252M, R, S, T: Relay I/O is not being used
Potential Hazard: No
Requires: 4266HD Junction box to convert 120 Vac to 24 Vac
Supports: Ethernet, Analog Video, Alarm 1, RS422 Communication
Does Not Support: PoE Power, Relay I/O
CA253 (All): Not Compatible
Potential Hazard: Yes.
Do Not Connect to 4266HD
CA254 (All): Not Compatible
Potential Hazard: Yes.
Do Not Connect to 4266HD
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CA255A, B, C, D:
Potential Hazard: No
Supports: Ethernet
Does Not Support: PoE Power, Analog Video, Alarm I/O, Relay I/O, Serial Communication
CA255M, R, S, T: Relay I/O is being used
Potential Hazard: Yes
Do Not Connect to 4266HD
CA255M, R, S, T: Relay I/O is not being used
Potential Hazard: No
Supports: Ethernet, Analog Video, Alarm 1, RS422 Communication
Does Not Support: PoE Power, Alarm 2, 3, 4, Relay I/O
CA257 (All): Not Compatible
Potential Hazard: Yes
Do Not Connect to 4266HD
CA258 (All): Not Compatible
Potential Hazard: Yes.
Do Not Connect to 4266HD
CA259 (All): Compatible
Potential Hazard: No
Requires: 4266HD Junction box to convert 120 Vac to 24 Vac
Supports: Ethernet
Does Not Support: PoE Power, Analog Video, Alarm I/O, Relay I/O, Serial Communication
CA264 (All): Not Compatible
Potential Hazard: Yes
Do Not Connect to 4266HD
CA265 (All): Not Compatible
Potential Hazard: Yes
Do Not Connect to 4266HD
CA266 (All): Compatible
Potential Hazard: No
Requires: 4266HD Junction box to convert 120 Vac to 24 Vac
Supports: Analog Video, RS422 Communication
Does Not Support: Ethernet, PoE Power, Alarm I/O, Relay I/O
CA274 (All): Not Compatible
Potential Hazard: Yes
Do Not Connect to 4266HD
CA275 (All): Not Compatible
Potential Hazard: Yes.
Do Not Connect to 4266HD
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CA292 (All): Not Compatible
Potential Hazard: Yes
Do Not Connect to 4266HD
CA293 (All): Not Compatible
Potential Hazard: Yes
Do Not Connect to 4266HD
CA295 (All): Compatible
Potential Hazard: No
Requires: 4266HD Junction box to convert 120 Vac to 24 Vac
Supports: Analog Video, RS422 Communication
Does Not Support: Ethernet, PoE Power, Alarm I/O, Relay I/O
CA296 (All): Not Compatible
Potential Hazard: No
4266HD does not support RS232
CA298 (All): Not Compatible
Potential Hazard: Yes
Do Not Connect to 4266HD
CA299 (All): Not Compatible
Potential Hazard: Yes
Do Not Connect to 4266HD
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3.5 4260HD Camera System Mounting Methods
3.5.1 Standard and Inverted Mounting Methods
The 4260HD camera system is available in the following mount configurations:
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Inverted
3.5.1.1 Inverted Mount Configuration
When installed in the inverted position, the camera orientation and control functions are reconfigured through
the software via browser interface.
Use the following steps to reconfigure the software for inverted mounting:
1. In the Setup Page click the Positioner tab.
2. In the General Settings Panel under Inverted Mounting, select the On button. Turning on the Inverted
Mounting button rotates the tilt 180° so the camera is still right side up and reverses the pan & tilt directions. See Operation Manual 6x-1115, Positioner Section.
Note: No hardware adjustment is required.
3.5.2 Camera System Mounts
The 4260HD series is designed for outdoor installation.
For installation:
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Use stainless steel (SS) hardware to fasten the camera system to the mounting bracket and mounting
brackets to surfaces.
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Use anti-seize compound in order to prevent galling on the threads. CohuHD recommends Never
Seez® from Bostick.
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Use gasket materials, if needed.
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Use a sealant wrap on the camera system waterproof connectors and their mating system cable plugs
for additional protection against moisture in severe conditions. CohuHD recommends Coax-Seal®.
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The following mounts are recommended by CohuHD and can be purchased with the 4260HD camera system:
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Large Pedestal Plate: CohuHD p/n 8481-9
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The kit includes:
Large Plate: CohuHD p/n 8481908-001
Large Pedestal Adapter: CohuHD p/n7411444-003
Wall mount: CohuHD p/n 8425-7
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The kit includes:
Wall mount: CohuHD p/n 7411417-001
Mount adapter: CohuHD p/n 7411418-001
Pole mount kit: CohuHD p/n 8503-0
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Wall mount: CohuHD p/n 7411417-001
Mount adapter: CohuHD p/n 7411418-001
Large pole mount: CohuHD p/n 7411558-001
Corner mount kit: CohuHD p/n 8503-1
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Wall mount: CohuHD p/n 7411417-001
Mount adapter: CohuHD p/n 7411418-001
Large corner mount: CohuHD p/n 7411425-001
Parapet mount kit: CohuHD p/n 8503-2
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Parapet mount: CohuHD p/n 7411426-001
Wall mount: CohuHD p/n 7411417-001
Mount adapter: CohuHD p/n 7411418-001
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3.6 4260HD Camera System Mounting Diagrams
3.6.1 Large Pedestal Adapter for the PoE and 24 Vac Power Option
Use the large pedestal adapter for additional mounting hole patterns. See "Large Pedestal Adapter" on page
38.
3.6.2 Large Pedestal Plate for the 120 Vac Power Option
Use the large pedestal plate for additional mounting hole patterns. See "Large Pedestal Plate" on page 38.
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3.6.3 Wall Mount Installation
Use the mount adapter and wall mount for installation to a wall. See "Wall Mount" on page 39.
3.6.4 Pole Mount Installation
Use the mount adapter, wall mount, and large pole mount for installation to a pole. See "Pole Mount" on page 39.
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3.6.5 Corner Mount Installation
Use the mount adapter, wall mount, and large corner mount for installation to a corner. See "Corner Mount" on
page 40.
3.6.6 Parapet Mount Installation
Use the mount adapter, wall mount, and parapet mount for installation to a parapet. See "Parapet Mount" on
page 40.
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The parapet mount:
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Is rotatable 360° so the camera positioner system can be installed from the roof.
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3.7 Installation Procedure
Warning: The camera is top heavy and may tip over if not supported. Always support a camera until it has
been fastened securely.
Caution: Do not use the cable to support the weight of the camera.
Provisions must be made for routing the system cable up to the camera system location:
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Pole: If the cable routes up through the pole, support the cable inside the pole to strain relieve the camera connector.
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Pedestal: Route the cable down into the pedestal. The cable must be secured by a strain relief within
the pedestal and must not be allowed to hang free through the pedestal.
The sequence of installation can vary from site to site:
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Verify that the system cable is accessible for connection to the camera system connector at the mounting location.
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Prepare the wall for installation: Use the mount as a template. Mark and drill holes in the mounting surface.
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Install mounts. For mounting on:
l A corner: Use the corner mount as a template. Mark and drill holes in the mounting surface. Position the mount over the mounting holes. Secure with fasteners (not supplied). Drill a hole for the
cable, if required.
l A pole: Position the pole mount on the pole and secure with the stainless steel mounting straps
(supplied). Use a flat blade screwdriver or 5/16-inch socket wrench (not supplied) to tighten
strap screws.
l A parapet: Fasten the parapet mount adapter to the structure. See "Parapet Mount Installation"
on page 31.
1. Slip the upper and lower mounting brackets onto the tube assembly. The
bracket with the strap on the lower end is installed last. Seat the bottom of
the tube against the strap and snug the U-bolt.
2. Hold the parapet mount assembly against the parapet and position it as far
down as possible, so that the 6-inch flange clears the top of the parapet by
one or two inches.
3. Slide the upper mounting bracket up to the edge of the parapet (or as close
to the edge as practical) and anchor the fasteners securely. Snug the Ubolt and mark the drill pattern.
4. Drill holes, insert fasteners, and secure to the parapet.
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Install the wall mount. For mounting on:
l A wall: Position the wall mount over the mounting holes. Attach with four 5/16-inch fasteners
(not supplied).
l A pole or corner: Attach the wall mount to the studs on the large pole or large corner mount and
secure with the 5/16-inch nuts and washers (supplied).
l A parapet: Position the wall mount over the flange holes. Secure with four 5/16-inch fasteners
(not supplied).
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Note: For easy installation, look for two alignment marks on the base housing for hole location. Applies to 4261HD - 4266HD.
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Connect the grounding wire to the grounding screw on the camera's base. Use 16 AWG wire.
The wire must be bonded to earth ground as close to the camera system as possible. Star
washers must be on both sides of the lug of the grounding cable when attached to the camera's base. Refasten the screw securely. Recommended torque: 5.3 in-lb.
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Applies to models 4261HD - 4265HD, 4268HD, and 4269HD. Connect two outdoor Ethernet cables
together using the IP67-rated weatherproof RJ45 coupler.See "Instructions on How to Assemble the
Waterproof Shielded RJ45 Coupler" on page 35
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3.7.1 Instructions on How to Assemble the Waterproof Shielded RJ45 Coupler
To connect two outdoor Ethernet cables together use a waterproof coupler.
CohuHD recommends a waterproof shielded RJ45 female to female field installable coupler.
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Important: For proper sealing, the diameter of the cable jacket must be between 5 and 6 mm (0.197 and
0.236 inches).
To install the coupler use the following steps:
1. Remove or pull back the strain-relief boot from the RJ45 connector's housing.
2. Slide the sealing nut and the sealing collar onto the cable.
3. Plug the RJ45 connector into the coupler body.
4. Tighten the sealing collar onto the coupler body.
5. Place the rubber seal onto the cable between the sealing nut and sealing collar. To place the seal, open
it in the area of the cut.
6. Slide the seal into the sealing collar.
7. Tighten the sealing nut onto the sealing collar.
Important: Do not permit the cable to twist when tightening the sealing nut.
8. Repeat steps with the other cable.
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3.8 Overall Dimensions and Mounting Base Hole Pattern
Overall Dimensions in inches (mm). Applies to 4261HD - 4266HD
Overall Dimensions in inches (mm). Applies to 4267HD and 4268HD (120 Vac)
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Mounting Base Hole Pattern in inches (mm). Applies to all 4260HD Models
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3.9 Mounting Brackets Dimensions
All dimensions in inches (mm).
3.9.1 Large Pedestal Plate
3.9.2 Large Pedestal Adapter
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3.9.3 Mount Adapter
3.9.4 Wall Mount
3.9.5 Pole Mount
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3.9.6 Corner Mount
3.9.7 Parapet Mount
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4.0 Getting Started
4.1 Recommended Computer Specifications
The following are recommended computer specifications to run and operate a camera system:
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CPU: Intel i7-860S 2.53 GHz or better
Operating system: Windows 7 or later
Memory: 4GB DDR3@1066MHz or better
Hard Drive: 7200 rpm – minimum speed with sufficient free space
Video card: NVIDIA® GeForce® 9800 GTX+ with 512 MB RAM or better, or high-end ATI Radeon™
HD series
Monitor: LCD monitor with 1920 x 1080 or better resolution
4.2 System Requirements
In order to test the camera system you need the following items:
Laptop or desktop computer
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Use one of the following web browsers:
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a. Microsoft Internet Explorer, version 11
b. Mozilla Firefox, version 50.0
c. Google Chrome, version 55.0
100/1000BASE-T network switch or hub
Cat5e cable
4.3 Factory Default IP Address and Settings
The camera is shipped with:
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IP Address: 192.168.2.150
Subnet mask: 255.255.255.0
Gateway: 192.168.2.1
4.4 Factory Default User Names and Passwords
The camera is shipped with the user names and passwords shown in the table.
Access Level
Username
Password
Administrator
admin
admin
Operator
operator
operator
User
user
user
Anonymous
anonymous
anonymous
Important: Passwords are case-sensitive; usernames are not.
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4.5 Assigning the Static IP Address
Important: In order to make changes in network settings in the local machine the user must be logged in as
Administrator. Please contact your local IT department if you do not have Admin privileges.
Set your computer IP address to the same subnet as the camera system IP address:
1. Go to Start > Control Panel > Network and Sharing Centers > Local Area Connection.
2. The Local Area Connection Status dialog box opens. Click the Properties button.
3. The Local Area Connection Properties dialog box opens. In the Networking tab, highlight the Internet
Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4) line. Click the Properties button.
4. The Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4) dialog box opens:
a. Select the Use the following IP Address button in the General tab.
b. Enter IP address: the IP address range is 192.168.2.1 through 192.168.2.254 except
192.168.2.150 (the default address that has been assigned to the camera).
c. Enter the subnet mask: 255.255.255.0.
d. Click the OK button to close the Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4) dialog box.
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5. Click the Close button to close the Local Area Connections Properties dialog box.
6. Click the Close button to close the Local Area Connection Status dialog box.
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4.6 Assigning the New Camera IP Address
No two devices on a single Ethernet network can have the same IP address. Use the following steps to
change a camera IP address before a second camera is added to the subnet.
1. Set your computer IP address to the same subnet as the camera IP address: Setup Panel> Network >
Network Setting.
Important: In order to make changes in camera configuration the user must be logged in as Administrator.
2. Change the camera address. The camera address can be changed manually or through a Dynamic
Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) server.
Important: Care must be taken when modifying parameters on this page as the changes can make
the camera inaccessible through the network. Consult with your network administrator before starting to assign new network settings to ensure that your camera won’t conflict with other devices.
3. Write down the new camera address to make the camera easy to find later. If the camera IP address
becomes lost, use the RISE Camera Discovery Tool to find the camera on a network. The software is
available as a free download at http://www.cohuhd.com/Support/Software-Downloads. Under RISE
Camera Discovery Tool, click “Download Now”.
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4.7 Using the RISE Camera Discovery Tool
1. Download the RISE Camera Discovery Tool. The software is available as a free download at:
http://www.cohuhd.com/Support/Software-Downloads. Under RISE Camera Discovery Tool, click
“Download Now”. Run the RiseDiscoveryClient.exe file. Click to start it.The Rise Discovery Client window will be displayed.
Note: The autodiscovery feature uses network broadcast packets and may not work through network
routers.
2. Click on the Discover Rise Cameras button. A window with a list of cameras will be automatically displayed.
Note: Use the MAC Address or Model Index to identify CohuHD cameras. “00-09-f2” identifies cameras as CohuHD cameras. The MAC address of the camera is the serial number of the camera which
can be found on the serial number label. The label location is on the back of the camera head for
4260HD and on the housing for 4220HD.
Periodic Scan: Check the box to enable or disable periodic scans.
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Scan Interval: Move the slider indicator to establish a desired scan interval. A minimum interval is one
second.
To schedule scans:
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Check the Periodic Scan box.
Move the slider indicator to set a scan interval value.
Note: If the Periodic Scan box is unchecked, the scan will be initiated only once.
3. Double-click a row in the discovered cameras grid. That will open your default browser and navigate to
the camera's login page.(See "System Requirements" on page 41 for the supported browsers.) Type
the user name and password.
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4.8 Accessing the Camera Using Web Interface
The camera system supports the following browsers:
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Microsoft Internet Explorer, version 11
Mozilla Firefox, version 50.0
Google Chrome, version 55.0
Important: Microsoft ActiveX® is required to view and control video if Internet Explorer is used.
Important: In order to make changes in network settings and install ActiveX® controls in the local machine
the user must be logged in as Administrator. Please contact your local IT department if you do not have
Admin privileges.
Upon delivery, the first time you access the camera system for starting a video stream take the following
steps:
1. Log in as a local administrator on your computer.
2. Start the browser.
Note: You may need to set the security level and add the camera system as a trusted site in order to
run a video.
3. Enter the camera IP address in the browser address box. The default address is http://192.168.2.150.
4. The CohuHD Sign In page appears.
5. For Internet Explorer only: The camera will attempt to install an ActiveX control on your PC. Allow the
camera to install ActiveX control by clicking on the prompt “This website wants to install the following
add-on: CohuRTPControl.cab from CohuHD Costar.” Click the Install button.
6. Type user name and password. Click OK.
See "Factory Default User Names and Passwords" on page 41.
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7. The Home page appears.
4.9 Users' Accounts
Four users’ accounts are defined in the web interface to allow differ ent levels of access. Those accounts are:
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Administrator
Operator
User
Anonymous
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5.0 Maintenance
5.1 Maintenance
The system is intended for long-term unattended use, and maintenance requirements are minimal:
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Clean the front window on the camera head as needed. Use a soft nonabrasive cloth, like terry cloth or
microfiber cloth, and a foaming glass cleaner. If present, clean the wiper blade and inspect it. Replace
the arm if necessary.
5.2 Wiper Unit
The camera system is available with a wiper arm option to keep the camera head window clear in inclement
weather. The wiper design allows for easy replacement of the wiper arm.
Wiper Arm Replacement
To replace a worn or deteriorated wiper arm, use the following parts:
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Wiper Arm Assembly: CohuHD p/n 8190-5
Set Screw: Part of the wiper arm assembly
Hex wrench tool: 1.5 mm
Below are steps for replacing the wiper arm:
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Switch off the power.
Loosen set screw on the old arm. Remove the old arm.
Loosen set screw on the new arm. Install the arm.
Tighten the set screw on the new arm.
Caution: Be careful not to scratch the glass.
5. Check to ensure that the wiper arm works properly. When the power is on, the wiper blade must go all
the way across the window face.
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6.0 Warranty
Please refer to the CohuHD website for product warranty information:
http://www.cohuhd.com/Support/Warranty.
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NOTES
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For more information please visit us at:
www.CohuHD.com
To report errors, omissions, or provide any suggestions
please send an email to
TechPub@CohuHD.com
Revision History
Revision
Date
A
9/25/15
Comments
Initial Release
The manual was revised to add:
B
12/10/15
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120 Vac Power Option
LPED Adapter
LPED Plate
The manual was revised to:
C
3/10/16
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4/19/17
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add the Password Reset Procedure
replace 7411408-001 with 7411558-001
The manual was revised to reflect a new UI, Command Core™(in compliance with Core Package
v3.0.59; Rise Package v3.2.496)
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