Viewer Camera to an Indoor Pendant Mounting Structure Install

Viewer Camera to an Indoor Pendant Mounting Structure Install
Viewer® Camera Installation to
an Indoor Pendant Mounting
Structure
About the Viewer Camera
The Viewer is a video imaging system that
provides a 360° view of the area where the camera
is installed. It provides two output types:
Installation Guide
· Fisheye image of the entire viewable area
looking down from the ceiling. This output is
used for recording and later processing using
the Re-Viewer.
FOR INDOOR USE ONLY!
· Context Views that provide a variety screen
formats for displaying the viewable area. This
allows for real-time monitoring of the area under
surveillance.
As a standalone tool, the Viewer captures all
movement in the area under surveillance at a rate
of 30 frames per second. As a complementary tool
to domes and fixed cameras, it provides a point of
reference to activity in the surrounding area. For
example, you can monitor specific activity in the
virtual view windows without missing activity that
occurs in the surrounding area using the
panoramic view windows.
The Viewer camera indoor pendant housing is
used to attach to mounting structures shown in the
table below.
Mounting structures used
by the Viewer camera
If You Need Assistance…
RHOPN
Pendant Mount
Contact your sales representative.
About this Guide
This guide explains how to attach the Viewer
camera to an indoor pendant type mounting
structure and assumes:
- The mounting structure is in place, and
- Data and power cables have been pulled to the
installation site.
RHIUIBM
I-Beam Mount
This guide does not explain how to install the
mounting structure. For this information, see
information shipped with the mounting structure.
© Sensormatic 2003
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Warnings
Before You Begin
Please review the following warnings before you
install or service the camera.
To ensure a smooth and successful installation,
observe the following requirements.
WARNING!
ALWAYS USE:
General Requirements
·
Proper safety equipment for the
location and type of installation.
§
Have electrical work comply with latest national
electrical codes, national fire codes, and all
applicable local codes and ordinances.
·
Proper lift equipment to reach the
installation.
§
Coordinate work with other trades to avoid
interference.
·
Safety features of the lift equipment.
§
Verify existing site conditions and coordinate
with the owner’s representative and
appropriate utilities as required.
§
Obtain copies of all related plans, specifications, shop drawings and addenda to schedule
and coordinate related work.
§
Thoroughly review the project to ensure that all
work meets or exceeds the above requirements. Bring alleged discrepancies to the
attention of the CCTV Project Coordinator.
BE SURE:
·
Electrical power is not connected to
the dome when connecting wires.
Dome will move when power is
applied.
·
Electrical power is not connected to
nearby fixtures that you might touch
during installation.
WARNING!
The camera used in this housing runs
on 24Vac. DO NOT connect line voltage
to this dome.
Worldwide power requirements: A
certified limited power source is required.
North America power requirements:
This device is intended to be supplied
from a Class 2 power supply.
This installation should be made by a
qualified service person and should
conform to all local codes.
WARNING!
DO NOT install this housing in
hazardous areas where highly
combustible or explosive products are
stored or used.
WARNING!
The ferrite filter supplied MUST BE
INSTALLED over cables inside the
housing as described in these
instructions. Otherwise, regulatory
standards will not be met, and this
product may cause radio interference
with other devices.
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Cable Requirements
!
Power cables. For the camera to operate properly,
line voltage must not go below the worst-case low
line voltage shown in the table below. Make cable
lengths as short as possible to minimize affects of
low line voltages. As shown in the table below,
maximum cable length depends on the Class 2
LPS (low voltage) ac source (such as a J-box) and
the worst-case low line voltage. These lengths are
for Sensormatic composite cables, which use 18
AWG ac power wires.
WARNING: Do not run cables adjacent
to or in the same conduit as line voltage
mains power.
Data cables: The table below shows data cable
requirements for SensorNet, RS422, and Manchester networks. For more information about
communication protocols and cable networks, see
Communication Protocols and Cable Networks,
8000-2573-19.
Note: Typically, distances are used that provide
a 15% margin between nominal and low line
conditions. For example, if the nominal voltage is
120Vac, restrict cable length to that associated
with 100Vac (.85 x 120).
Data cable requirements
SensorNet
RS422
Manchester
1
unshielded,
twisted
pair*
2
shielded,
twisted
pair*
1
shielded
twisted pair**
Wire
gauge
22 AWG
22 AWG
Con
nection
Nonpolarized
Max.
devices
per cable
run
32
Cable
type
Power cable requirements
Indoor Dome
Worst-Case
Meters
18 AWG
AC Power Source
Low Line V
(Feet)
28 VA
117
130 (425)
Polarized
Polarized
Transformer
100
80 (250)
10
3
5604-0006-01
90
60 (200)
50 VA
117
160 (525)
* Power, data, and video cables can be ordered
separately or within a composite cable that can be
ordered in various lengths. Plenum-rated cables must
be used in indoor ceilings used for environmental air
return (called "other air space" in the National
Electrical Code). Order parts through your distribution
network.
Transformer
100
100 (325)
5604-0044-01
90
60 (200)
1-position SensorNet
117
160 (525)
RJ1SNUD
100
100 (325)
90
80 (250)
240
160 (525)
1-position SensorNet
RJ1SNUD-1
200
100 (325)
180
80 (250)
117
210 (675)
6-position SensorNet
100
130 (425)
Indoor J-Box
90
80 (250)
RJ6SN
240
210 (675)
200
130 (425)
180
80 (250)
Universal Transformer
117
130 (425)
0300-0914-01
100
100 (325)
90
60 (200)
Note: If you order cable from an outside source, wire
colors may be different.
** Belden 88760 (plenum), or Belden 8760 cable (nonplenum) cable is recommended. Plenum-rated cables
must be used in indoor ceilings used for environmental
air return (called "other air space" in the National
Electrical Code). Order cable directly from Belden by
calling 1-800-235-3361.
Universal Transformer
240
160 (525)
0300-0914-03
200
100 (325)
180
80 (250)
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6. On the PC board, attach 24Vac power cable to
connector P6 and data communications cable
to connector P4. Use a jeweler's 2.5mm (0.1in)
slotted screwdriver to tighten connector
screws. DO NOT over tighten screws!
Installation
Parts Supplied
Camera Install Kit 0352-0139-01
Connector, 3-Position, Power
Connector, 6-Position, Data
Wrench, Allen
Filter, Ferrite
1
1
1
1
24Vac Power
Pin 1 = 24Vac (~)
Pin 2 = Ground
Pin 3 = 24Vac (~)
2109-0651-03
2109-0510-06
1400-0112-06
2700-0063-01
Data (SensorNet/Manchester)
Pin 1 = SensorNet / Manchester (S–)
Pin 2 = SensorNet / Manchester (S+)
Pins 3-6 = Not used
Procedure
1. Remove parts from the shipping boxes. Inside
the box containing the housing is another box
for the bubble and camera cover.
Data (RS422)
Pins 1-2 = Not used
Pin 3 = Transmit (T–)
Pin 4 = Transmit (T+)
Pin 5 = Receive (R–)
Pin 6 = Receive (R+)
2. Remove foam packing inserts from housing.
3. Holding the top of the housing up against the
bottom of the mounting structure, run cables
exiting the mounting structure down through
the hole in the housing. Then, being careful not
to tangle cables, thread the housing onto the
mounting structure until tight.
7. Connect video cables to Fish Eye Image BNC
J2 and to Multi-Image View BNC J3.
8. Fully insert the PC board back into tracks in
the housing and tighten the two setscrews.
4. To remove the PC board assembly, use the
Allen wrench supplied to loosen two setscrews
on opposite sides of the housing. A safety
lanyard keeps the board from falling.
9. The camera comes terminated for the
SensorNet or Manchester communication
protocol. To unterminate the camera, move
switch S2 to the left.
5. Clamp the ferrite filter around the cables where
they exit into the housing.
10. Set the camera address using rotary switches
S5 (x100), S4 (x10), and S3 (x1).
Lanyard
The address range is 001 to 255, except for
Manchester, which is 0 to 64. For example, for
address 107, set S5 to 1, S4 to 0, and S3 to 7.
Set Screw
Fish Eye
Multi-Image View
Power Data
Camera
3
S5
1
6
J1 J2 J3 P6
P4
1
S4
Ferrite Filter
S3
S2
Safety lanyard connects to this
stud. Remove the nut to detach the
lanyard should the board need to
be serviced on the ground.
UNTERM
S5
(Side)
S4 S3
S2
(Front)
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TERM
11. Apply power and check camera operation.
16. Attach the trim bubble assembly.
a. Discard “CAUTION: Remove slot covers”
tag; information does not apply to this type
of installation.
Note: Back focus is adjusted at the factory, but
if the picture is not clear and well defined:
a. Using a screwdriver, turn the back focus
locking screw counter clockwise.
b. Align the key on the inside of the bubble
assembly with the detent on the edge of
the indoor housing.
b. Turn the back focus adjustment ring until a
clear, well-defined picture appears.
c.
c.
Retighten the back focus locking screw.
Important: DO NOT over tighten the back
focus screw; it will cause loss of focus.
Secure the bubble assembly to the
housing using four tamperproof screws.
Use the drive (taped inside bubble) to
tighten screws.
CAUTION: To maintain the integrity of the
gasket seal between the housing flange
and the trim ring, do not let the lanyard get
caught between these two pieces as you
secure the bubble assembly to the
housing.
Back Focus
Adjustment
Ring
Locking Screw
12. Loosen the two screws protruding from the PC
board support brackets in the housing.
Sun Shield
13. Remove the camera cover from the box
containing the bubble. Then insert the key slots
of the cover over the screws. Turn the cover
clockwise to lock it in place and tighten the
screws to secure.
Stud
14. Remove the bubble assembly from the
package and ensure the bubble is clean and
free of debris.
15. Attach the coiled lanyard from the bubble to
the threaded stud on the housing using the
thumbnut supplied.
Detent
Lanyard
Screw to mount
camera cover.
Camera
Cover
Key (inside
bubble assy.)
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Parts List for
Authorized Users
Only parts below can be ordered, and only by
authorized users. To become authorized, contact
your sales representative. Parts in table are shown
in the figure.
1
Viewer Camera Assy.
1
Pendant Housing Assembly
0404-0119-01
2
2
Pendant Install Kit
0352-0139-01
3
4
3
Video Cable
0652-0065-01
5
4
Power Cable
0652-0066-01
5
Video Processor Card
0301-1598-02
6
Camera, 470 TVL, 24V
(NTSC)
ADC762
7
Camera, 470 TVL, 24V (PAL)
ADC762X
8
Lens, Fish Eye, 165
2004-0107-01
9
Bubble Assy., Clear
0400-1402-01
10
Tool, T-20, Tamper-Resistant
1400-0149-01
11
Firmware, Viewer Ver. 1.0
0710-01560100
6, 7
8
9
10
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SensorNet Communications
Specifications
Network distance .................... 1km
Maximum loads ...................... 32/node
Electrical
Topology................................. Daisy chain
Backbone
Star
Power Line
Input voltage .......................... 24 to 30Vac,
Class 2
Certified Limited
Power Source
Transmission medium ............ Single non-polarized
unshielded twisted pair
UTP 22AWG
Design tolerance .................... 19 to 36Vac
Line frequency ....................... 50/60Hz
Connector............................... Euro-style terminal block,
3.5mm
Power consumption................ 16W maximum
Terminating resistor ............... 120 ohms, selectable
Power on in rush current ........ 1.5A
Manchester Communications
Allowable drop out.................. 100ms
Topology................................. Daisy chain
Connector .............................. Euro-style terminal block
3 pin 5.08mm
Allowable distance ................. 250m from junction box
using composite cable
Transmission medium ............ Single twisted pair
18AWG (Beldon 8760)
Polarized
Shielded
Surge Protection
Connector............................... Euro-style terminal block,
3.5mm
Video output........................... Low capacitance Zener
Suppressor 6.5V 1500W
Terminating resistor................ 120 ohms, selectable
Power line .............................. Gas discharge tube
impulse rated at:
8/20µs Impulse
Discharge Current:
10kA
Ten 8/20µs Impulses
Discharge Current: 5kA
TVS rated at 60V, 250A,
1.5 Joules, 8/20µs
impulse
SensorNet/Manchester .......... Gas discharge tube
impulse rated at:
8/20µs Impulse
Discharge Current:
10kA
Isolation transformer
coupled, 2000Vrms
EIA-422 Communications
Network distance .................... 1km
Maximum loads ...................... 10/node
Topology................................. Daisy chain
Star
Transmission medium ............ Two twisted pair 22AWG
Polarized
Shielded
Connector............................... Euro-style terminal block,
3.5mm
System
Synchronization...................... Selected by camera
settings
Line locked.......................... Manual V-phase
adjustment
PTC resettable fuse
protects transformer
Internal................................ Camera sync generator
TVS rated at 9.8V/1A,
20V/25A, 500W, 8/20µs
impulse
Program storage..................... 500K bytes of electrically
programmable Flash
Memory
EIA-422 .................................. TVS rated at 9.8V/1A,
20V/25A, 500W, 8/20µs
impulse
Data storage........................... 250K bytes of SRAM
Product life ............................. 5-year product life. No
active mechanical parts
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Fisheye Video Output (Camera Out)
Camera
Content .................................. Hemispherical view of
entire area
Type ....................................... Color Interline Transfer
1/3" CCD Array
Scanning area ........................ 3.2 (H) x 2.4 (V) mm
Scanning system .................... 2:1 interlace
Horizontal resolution............... 470 TV lines at center
Image enhancement............... Aperture correction and
dual line edge
enhancement
Video out ................................ 1.0Vp-p / 75 ohms
composite
Signal/Noise ........................... 50dB (typical)
Minimum illumination.............. 1.5 lux (f/1.2 lens)
White balance......................... Auto/Manual selectable
Backlight compensation.......... On/Off selectable
Automatic electronic shutter ... On/Off selectable
1/60 to 1/100,000 sec
Synchronization modes .......... Internal/Line lock with
phase adjustment
Back focus.............................. Adjustment ring with lock
Format.................................... NTSC/PAL
Active pixel count (NTSC) ...... 768 (H) x 494 (V) pixels
Active pixel count (PAL) ......... 752 (H) x 582 (V) pixels
Scanning ................................ 525 lines, 60 fields and 30
frames
Horizontal............................ 15.734kHz
Vertical................................ 59.9Hz
Purpose.................................. Maintains original
resolutions for recording
Horizontal resolution .............. 470 TV lines at center
Format.................................... NTSC/PAL
Scanning system.................... 2:1 interlace
Scanning ................................ 525 lines, 60 fields, and
30 frames
Horizontal ........................... 15.734KHz
Vertical ............................... 59.9Hz
Video out................................ 1.0Vp-p / 75 ohms
composite
Video output connector: ......... Female BNC
Processed Video Output (Multi-Image View)
Content .................................. Four windows, two virtual
views and two panoramic
views
Purpose.................................. Total area viewing with
scene context window
presentation
Virtual view control ................. Independently pan, tilt,
and zoom
Panoramic view control .......... Independently pan, and tilt
Lens
Manual pan speed.................. 20° to 100° per second
Design .................................... Spherical, F-Theta
(Equidistance Projection)
Fisheye
Focal length............................ 1.4mm
Aperture.................................. f/2.0
Viewing angle ......................... 165.2°
Pan travel............................... 360° continuous, no end
stops.
Manual tilt speed.................... 20° to 100° per second
Tilt travel ................................ > 90°
Digital zoom ........................... 4X
Quick View™ access time...... Less than 50 milliseconds
to position.
Mechanical (Viewer Camera)
Horizontal resolution .............. 470 TV lines at center
Housing diameter ................... 244mm (9.6in)
Weight .................................... 2.5kg (5.6 lbs)
Lens apex distance
below lens rim......................... 15mm
Format.................................... NTSC/PAL
Scanning system.................... 2:1 interlace
Environmental
Scanning ................................ 525 lines, 60 fields, and
30 frames
Operating Temperature .......... –10° to 50°C
(14° to 122°F)
Humidity ................................. 0 to 95% non-condensing
Storage Temperature ............. –20° to 65°C
(–4° to 149°F)
Horizontal ........................... 15.734KHz
Vertical ............................... 59.9Hz
Video out................................ 1.0Vp-p / 75 ohms
composite
Video output connector...... Female BNC
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Other Declarations
Declarations
Thank you for using American Dynamics products. We
support our products through an extensive and worldwide
network of dealers. The dealer, through whom you originally
purchased this product, is your point of contact if you have a
need for service or support. Our dealers are fully empowered
to provide the very best in customer service and support.
Dealers should contact American Dynamics at
(800) 507-6268 or (561) 912-6259 or on the web at
www.americandynamics.net.
Regulatory Compliance
Regulatory ID: SV VCAMP
Emissions............................... 47 CFR, Part 15
ICES-003
EN55022
Immunity ................................ EN50130-4
WARRANTY DISCLAIMER: Sensormatic Electronics
Corporation makes no representation or warranty with respect
to the contents hereof and specifically disclaims any implied
warranties of merchantability or fitness for any particular
purpose.
Safety..................................... UL 1950
CSA C22.2 No 950
EN60950
FCC COMPLIANCE: This equipment complies with Part 15
of the FCC rules for Class A digital devices when installed and
used in accordance with the instruction manual. Following
these rules provides reasonable protection against harmful
interference from equipment operated in a commercial area.
This equipment should not be installed in a residential area as
it can radiate radio frequency energy that could interfere with
radio communications, a situation the user would have to fix at
their own expense.
NOTICE: The information in this manual was current when
published. The manufacturer reserves the right to revise and
improve its products. All specifications are therefore subject to
change without notice.
LIMITED RIGHTS NOTICE: For units of the Department
of Defense, all documentation and manuals were developed at
private expense and no part of it was developed using
Government Funds. The restrictions governing the use and
disclosure of technical data marked with this legend are set
forth in the definition of “limited rights” in paragraph (a) (15)
of the clause of DFARS 252.227.7013. Unpublished - rights
reserved under the Copyright Laws of the United States.
EQUIPMENT MODIFICATION CAUTION: Equipment
changes or modifications not expressly approved by
Sensormatic Electronics Corporation, the party responsible for
FCC compliance, could void the user's authority to operate the
equipment and could create a hazardous condition.
TRADEMARK NOTICE: American Dynamics and
Sensormatic are trademarks or registered trademarks of
Sensormatic Electronics Corporation. Other product names
mentioned herein may be trademarks or registered trademarks
of Sensormatic or other companies.
COPYRIGHT: Under copyright laws, the contents of this
manual may not be copied, photocopied, reproduced,
translated or reduced to any electronic medium or machinereadable form, in whole or in part, without prior written
consent of Sensormatic Electronics.
MDR 7/03
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