ACUIX Fixed Camera Dome: Single or Double

ACUIX Fixed Camera Dome: Single or Double
ACUIX TM Fixed Camera Dome:
Single or Double Ball Joint
Stick Mount
In-Ceiling Housing Quick Install Guide
1
2
Install the Housing (Hard or Dropped Ceiling)
1.
2.
3.
Introduction
Caution
b.
The maximum camera and lens weight that can be
installed in the housing is 2 pounds (0.91 kg).
Note
The fixed camera is selected by the end user. Install a
camera with a ¼”-20 tripod mount and ensure that the
size of the camera and lens allow enough room to aim
and adjust the lens within the contraints of the housing.
Note
It is the installer’s responsibility to complete the wiring
and required connections based on the camera
selected.
Use this guide to install the housing into a dropped (false) ceiling or a hard
ceiling. For dropped ceiling installations, use a separately ordered ceiling
plate. The following may be required:
•
Tape or plastic channel to prevent dust and material from dropping
from the ceiling.
•
Safety cable - a 3/32” (approximately 2.4 mm) plastic coated aircraft
cable is recommended and a looping sleeve.
Figure 1
4.
5.
6.
7.
External Housing Layout (Side View)
Field wiring access hole [1. 04"
(26.44 mm) diameter] and
accepts ¾ in electrical fittings
Select the location for the housing.
Using the supplied template, cut a 7 5/8” (193.8 mm) diameter hole in
the ceiling. If the ceiling is drywall or plaster, it is recommended to seal
the entire perimeter of the hole with tape or plastic channel to prevent
dust and material from falling.
If required, secure a safety cable to a
Attach to building
building support structure. Attach the safety
structure
cable (from the building support structure)
to the housing by:
Looping
a. Threading the safety cable through a
sleeves (2)
looping sleeve,
8.
Attach to the bracket outside the
housing (Figure 1).
c. Back through the looping sleeve, and
Attach to bracket
then
d. Crimp the looping sleeve to secure the
safety cable.
e. Rotate the safety cable tab as required for ceiling clearance.
Insert the housing through the hole in the ceiling. See Figure 1.
Turn the wing tab screws to make sure the space between the wing
tabs on the housing and the housing flange is greater than the
thickness of the ceiling.
•
To increase the space, turn the screw clockwise.
•
To decrease the space, turn the screw counterclockwise.
Make sure the housing wing tabs are staggered so the tabs are not at
the same height and position the wing tabs flat against the housing.
See Figure 1.
Using a Phillips screwdriver, turn the two housing screws clockwise to
rotate the tabs out and tighten against the ceiling.
•
The recommended maximum torque is 1–1.25 N-m (Newton
meters) or 0.74–0.92 lbf-ft (pound-force-foot) or 8.85–11.06 lbf-in
(pound-force-inch).
Place the ceiling tile, including the dropped ceiling plate (where
applicable) and the installed housing on the ceiling grid supports. See
Figure 2.
Figure 2
Attach safety cable to bracket
Typical Dropped Ceiling Installation
Dropped ceiling
grid supports
Turning screws on wing tabs
Wing tabs (x 3)
Dropped ceiling plate (shaded)
Correct way to space wing tabs
ACUIX Stick Mount Quick Installation Guide
3
Double Ball Joint Stick Mount (HDH6D)
Install and Adjust the Camera Position
Note
Single Ball Joint Stick Mount (HDH4D)
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
1.
Screw the camera onto the
Camera mount screw and nut
mounting screw. Keep the nut on
the inside, closest to the ball
socket.
Loosen the position screws on
the base plate. See Figure 3.
Slide the camera mount in the
slot to position the camera based
on the installation requirements.
Tighten the position screws on
the base plate.
Ball socket base
Loosen the base of the ball
socket. Adjust the camera to the
required angle.
Turn the base of the ball socket to tighten and secure the camera
angle.
Tighten the camera mounting nut tight against the fixed camera block.
Complete the wiring as per the camera selected.
Figure 3
Camera mounting
screw and nut
2.
3.
4.
5.
See Figure 4 to complete this step.
Screw the camera onto the mounting screw. The nut cannot be
loosened and stays on the inside, closest to the ball socket.
Grasp the bottom of the double pivot assembly and loosen it from the
base plate.
Slide the mount within the two slots to position the camera based on
the installation requirements.
Loosen the angle adjustment knobs. Adjust the camera to the required
angle.
Tighten all connections and complete the wiring as per the camera
selected.
Figure 4
Double Ball Joint
Angle adjustment knob (1 of 2)
Camera mount
Base plate slots bi-directional
Internal Housing - Single Ball Joint
Clip lower dome lanyard
to bracket
Base plate slot (1 of 2)
Double ball joint assembly - loosen at base to adjust
camera location
Loosen ball socket base
to adjust camera angle
4
Install the Lower Dome
1.
2.
Field wiring hole
accessed here
3.
Clip the lanyard to the bracket inside the housing (see Figure 3).
Align the lower dome tab hooks with the three mounting posts on the
housing.
Twist to lock the lower dome into the housing.
Loosen position screws (1 of 2)
in the base plate and slide to
adjust camera location.
1 of 3 mounting posts to
secure lower dome
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Document 800-03159 – Rev A – 12/08
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