Camera Accessory Guide
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Cisco IP Camera Accessory Guide
Cisco IP video cameras can fit in several housing options and be mounted in a variety
of different configurations. This document details the needed parts for some of the
more popular mounting configurations. This guide also includes a mounting-options
summary and the dimensions of each option:
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Housing Options for Indoor Models
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Housing Options for Outdoor Dome Models
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Pendant-Mounting Options
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Wall-Mounting Options
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Pole-Mounting Options
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Corner-Mounting Options
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Mounting-Options Summary
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Option Dimensions
Housing Options for Indoor Dome Models
Indoor camera models can be configured either on a surface mount, flush mount, or vandal-resistant housing. This
section describes the basic housing options for the indoor camera models and basic mounting for walls or drop
ceilings.
Surface Mounting
Surface mounting for the IP cameras requires only the addition of a surface mount dome to the camera body. The
camera body is mounted directly to the surface, and the dome is installed on the camera body. An optional ceiling
tile mounting bracket can also be used, if needed.
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Figure 1.
Surface Mounting of Indoor Camera
Flush Mounting
Flush mounting for IP cameras requires a flush-mount housing in which to seat the camera body and a flush mount
dome. The camera body is mounted on the flush-mount housing and the dome is installed on the flush mount
housing. An optional ceiling tile mounting bracket can also be used, if needed.
Figure 2.
Flush Mount of Indoor Camera
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Vandal-Resistant Mounting
Vandal-resistant mounting for IP cameras requires a vandal-resistant conduit base and a vandal-resistant dome.
The camera body is mounted on the vandal-resistant conduit base and the dome is installed on the vandalresistant conduit base. Mounting the camera in this enclosure provides an impact protection rating (IK) of IK10 for
external mechanical impacts. An optional ceiling tile mounting bracket can also be used, if needed.
Figure 3.
Vandal-Resistant Mounting of Indoor Camera
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Figure 4.
Surface Mounting of Indoor 360 Dome Camera
Housing Options for Outdoor Dome Models
Outdoor camera models are available only with vandal-resistant housing.
Vandal-Resistant Mounting
Outdoor camera models are permanently attached to a vandal-resistant conduit base. Vandal-resistant housing for
the outdoor IP cameras requires the addition of a vandal-resistant dome. An optional ceiling tile mounting bracket
can also be used, if needed.
Figure 5.
Vandal-Resistant Mounting of Outdoor Dome Camera
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Pendant-Mounting Options
Pendant-mounting options for indoor and outdoor camera models are shown in Figures 6 through 8.
Figure 6.
Pendant Mounting of Indoor Dome Camera
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Figure 7.
Pendant Mounting of Outdoor Dome Camera
Figure 8.
Pendant Mounting of Outdoor PTZ Camera
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Wall-Mounting Options
Wall-mounting options for indoor and outdoor camera models are shown in Figures 9 through 12.
Figure 9.
Wall Mounting of Indoor Dome Camera
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Figure 10.
Wall Mounting of Outdoor Dome Camera
Figure 11.
Wall Mounting of Outdoor PTZ Camera
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Figure 12.
Wall Mounting of Outdoor Bullet Camera
Pole-Mounting Options
Pole-mounting options for indoor and outdoor camera models are shown in Figures 13 through 16.
Figure 13.
Pole Mounting of Indoor Dome Camera
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Figure 14.
Pole Mounting of Outdoor Dome Camera
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Figure 15.
Pole Mounting of Outdoor PTZ Camera
Figure 16.
Pole Mounting of Outdoor Bullet Camera
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Corner-Mounting Options
Corner-mounting options for indoor and outdoor camera models are shown in Figures 17 through 20.
Figure 17.
Corner Mounting of Indoor Dome Camera
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Figure 18.
Corner Mounting of Outdoor Dome Camera
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Figure 19.
Corner Mounting of Outdoor Pan, Tilt, Zoom (PTZ) Camera
Figure 20.
Corner Mounting of Outdoor Bullet Camera
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Mounting Option Summary
The following Figures 21 through 23 show the relationship of the mounting accessories and how they can be
combined for specific mounting requirements.
Figure 21.
Mounting Options for Dome Cameras
Figure 22.
Mounting Options for Outdoor PTZ Cameras
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Figure 23.
Mounting Options for Outdoor Bullet Camera
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Option Dimensions
The following Figures 24 through 31 show the dimensions of each accessory item. All measurements are listed in
millimeters.
Figure 24.
CIVS-6KA-3FTEXT Dimensions
Figure 25.
CIVS-6KA-GNECK Dimensions
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Figure 26.
CIVS-6KA-POLEMNT
Figure 27.
CIVS-6KA-CNRMNT Dimensions
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Figure 28.
CIVS-6KA-PENHEAD Dimensions
Figure 29.
CIVS-6KA-PENCAP Dimensions
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Figure 30.
CIVS-6KA-VRCNDBS Dimensions
Figure 31.
CIVS-6KA-FLSHD-C, S Dimensions
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