OUTDOOR CAMERA HOUSING C-CH200 C-CH200FH C

OUTDOOR CAMERA HOUSING C-CH200 C-CH200FH C
INSTRUCTION MANUAL
OUTDOOR CAMERA
HOUSING
C-CH200
C-CH200FH
C-CH210FH
C-CH210FH
Thank you for purchasing TOA’s Outdoor camera housing. Please carefully follow the instructions in this
manual in order to ensure long, trouble-free use of your camera housing.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
1. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS ................................................................................ 3
2. GENERAL DESCRIPTION ............................................................................. 5
3. HANDLING PRECAUTIONS .......................................................................... 5
4. NOMENCLATURE ............................................................................................. 6
5. INSTALLATION
5.1. Installation Examples
5.1.1. When using the C-BC200H Housing Fixing Stand ................................. 7
5.1.2. When using the C-PH200 Outdoor Pan/Tilt Head .................................. 7
6. CABLE ROUTING ............................................................................................. 8
7. CABLE WIRING
7.1. External Control Cable and Housing Terminal Block Wiring ............................. 9
7.2. Zoom Lens Wiring ............................................................................................ 10
7.3. Camera Wiring
7.3.1. 24 VAC Camera ..................................................................................... 10
7.3.2. Coaxial Single-cable Camera ................................................................ 10
7.4. Coaxial Cable End Processing ........................................................................ 11
8. CONNECTION EXAMPLES
8.1. Connections to the CC-5011B Direct Control System Remote Controller
8.1.1. When connecting the C-CH210FH directly to the CC-5011B ................ 12
8.1.2. When using the C-PH200 Outdoor Pan/tilt Head ................................... 13
8.2. Connections to the CC-5120 Relay Box
8.2.1. When connecting the C-CH210FH directly to the CC-5120 ................... 14
8.2.2. When using the C-PH200 Outdoor Pan/tilt Head ................................... 15
8.3. Connections to the C-RB100 Coaxial Multiplex Control Relay Box
8.3.1. When connecting the C-CH210FH directly to the C-RB100 .................. 16
8.3.2. When using the C-PH200 Outdoor Pan/tilt Head ................................... 17
9. CAMERA AND ZOOM LENS INSTALLATION ........................................ 18
10. WIPER BLADE REPLACEMENT (C-CH210FH only) ........................... 19
11. SPECIFICATIONS ............................................................................................ 20
Accessories ............................................................................................................. 20
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1. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
• Be sure to read the instructions in this manual section carefully before use.
• Make sure to observe the instructions in this section as the conventions of safety symbols and messages
regarded as very important are included.
• Please keep this instruction manual handy for future reference.
Safety Symbol and Message Conventions
Safety symbols and messages described below are used in this manual to prevent bodily injury and property
damage which could result from mishandling. Before operating your equipment, read this manual first so you
are thoroughly aware of the potential safety hazards as well as understand the safety symbols and messages.
WARNING
Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which could result in death
or serious personal injury if ignored or mishandled.
When Installing the Camera Housing
• Use the unit only with the voltage specified on the unit. Using a voltage higher than that which is specified
may result in fire or electric shock.
• To prevent lighting strikes, install the unit at least five meters away from a lightning rod, and yet within the
protective range (angle of 45°) of the lightning conductor. Lightning strikes may cause a fire, electric shock
or personal injury.
• Leave the installation of the unit to your TOA dealer because the installation requires expert knowledge. If an
inexperienced installer installs the unit, the unit may fall, possibly causing personal injury.
• Avoid installing the unit in vibratory locations. Mounting screws and bolts loosen, which causes the unit to fall
off, possibly resulting in personal injury.
• When installing the unit in snowy areas, take appropriate measures so that snow does not pile up on the
unit. The weight of snow causes the unit to fall off, possibly resulting in personal injury.
• Be sure to install the unit with two or more persons. If it is handled by a single person, the unit may fall or
topple over, causing personal injury.
• Install the unit only with the specified method. Failure to follow this instruction may cause extreme force to
be applied to the unit and the unit to fall, resulting in personal injury.
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WARNING
Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which could result in death
or serious personal injury if ignored or mishandled.
When Installing the Camera Housing
• Use nuts and bolts that are appropriate for the ceiling’s or wall’s structure and composition. Failure to do so
may cause the unit to fall, resulting in personal injury.
• Tighten each nut and bolt securely. Ensure that there are no loose joints after installation to prevent
accidents that could result in personal injury.
• Use the specified type of pan/tilt head, housing fixing stand and wall mounting bracket. If the unit is installed
in combination with equipment not specified, the unit may fall, possibly resulting in personal injury.
• Avoid installing the unit in locations exposed to sea breeze or corrosive gas. The unit’s mount may be
subject to corrosion, which could cause the unit to fall, possibly resulting in personal injury.
When Using the Camera Housing
• Should the following irregularities be found during use, immediately switch off the power, disconnect the
power supply plug from the AC outlet and contact your nearest TOA dealer. Make no further attempt to
operate the unit in this condition as this may cause a fire or electric shock.
• If you detect smoke or a strange smell coming from the unit.
• If water or other foreign objects get into the unit.
• If you drop the unit onto the floor or the unit’s case breaks.
• If the power supply cord is damaged (exposure of cable core, disconnection, etc.).
• If no picture is displayed on the monitor.
• Never open or remove the unit’s case to prevent a fire or electric shock, as there are high voltage
components inside the unit. Refer all servicing to your nearest TOA dealer.
CAUTION
Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if mishandled, could
result in moderate or minor personal injury, and/or property damage.
When using the Camera Housing
• Do not place heavy objects on the unit as this may cause the unit to topple over or fall down and personal
injury could result.
• Be sure to use a dedicated power supply device. Using other devices may cause a fire.
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CAUTION
Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if mishandled, could
result in moderate or minor personal injury, and/or property damage.
When using the Camera Housing
• Do not stand or sit on, nor hang down from the unit as this may cause the unit to topple over or fall down,
possibly resulting in personal injury.
• Keep cable wiring as far away as possible from the unit’s heater (C-CH200FH and C-CH210FH only). Also,
do not insert the flammable into the unit. A fire or electric shock may result.
• Do not touch the unit’s heater (C-CH200FH and C-CH210FH only) as this could lead to a burn.
• Avoid touching the sharp edge of the case as this could result in personal injury.
• Have the unit periodically checked by the dealer from where it was purchased. Should the mounting bracket
corrode or structurally deteriorate, the mounted unit could fall down, possibly resulting in personal injury.
2. GENERAL DESCRIPTION
TOA’s C-CH200, C-CH200FH, and C-CH210FH camera housings are designed to house a video camera,
single-focus lens, zoom lens and other components to protect them from the direct sunlight, wind and rain
when they are installed outdoors.
The C-CH200FH comes with a heater and a fan, while the C-CH210FH is equipped with a heater, a fan, a
defroster and a wiper.
3. HANDLING PRECAUTIONS
• To clean the case and panel, use a cloth dampened in a neutral detergent. Never use benzene, thinner,
chemically-treated towel or other volatiles, because their use may damage the unit’s finish.
• Take care not to pinch the wiper when opening and closing the case.
• The wiper blade will wear out over years of use, so be sure to replace it periodically.
• Only use the wiper as needed on rainy days, since dry operation can cause the blade to wear out quickly
and stick to the front glass.
• About General Maintenance Parts
The following parts are replaceable general maintenance parts. Their life expectancy varies depending on
the environment and conditions of their use. Replace such parts referring to the following guidelines on their
life expectancies. Please note that replacement of such maintenance parts is not covered by warranty.
• Wiper blade (C-CH210FH): Approximately 12 months
• Micro-switch (C-CH210FH): 200,000 times
• Motor for wiper (C-CH210FH): 8,000 hours
• Fan (C-CH200FH and C-CH210FH): 50,000 hours
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4. NOMENCLATURE
[Top view]
Junction circuit board
(inside)
Sunshade
[Side view]
[Front view]
Wiper
(C-CH210FH only)
Cable entry bushing
(Applicable cable diameter: Ø 5 – 9.5 mm)
Cable entry bushing
(Applicable cable diameter: Ø10 – 17 mm)
Snap fastener
Used to open or close the sunshade.
Note: Take care not to pinch the wiper when
opening and closing the sunshade.
[Bottom view]
Housing mounting hole
(for outdoor pan/tilt head)
6
Housing mounting hole
(for Housing Fixing Stand)
5. INSTALLATION
The housing can be mounted on a wall by way of an optional mounting bracket or pan/tilt head. Use the
housing mounting holes when mounting.
Outdoor Camera Housing
C-CH200
C-CH200FH
C-CH210FH
Outdoor Pan/Tilt Head
C-PH200
Housing Fixing Stand
C-BC200H
Wall Mounting Bracket C-BC200K
5.1. Installation Examples
5.1.1. When using the C-BC200H Housing Fixing
Stand:
5.1.2. When using the C-PH200 Outdoor Pan/Tilt
Head:
Camera housing
mounting hole
Camera housing
mounting hole
C-BC200H
(optional)
C-PH200
(optional)
C-BC200K
(optional)
Bolts to be used for installation:
M6 x 12 hexagonal head bolt with washer
2 pieces (accessory)
C-BC200K
(optional)
Bolts to be used for installation:
M6 x 12 hexagonal head bolt with washer
4 pieces (accessory)
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6. CABLE ROUTING
1. From the two cable entry bushings provided on the housing’s bottom surface, select the one that is
appropriate for the diameter of cable to be used (control cable or coaxial cable).
2. Remove the selected bushing’s cap, and rubber membrane attached to prevent the entries of water and
dust.
3. Run the cable through the cap to route the cable to the inside of the housing through the bushing.
4. Rotating the bushing cap, adjust the bushing diameter so that no gap is created at the cable entry area of
the bushing.
[Cross-sectional view of bushing]
Camera housing
Cable entry bushing
Rubber packing ring
(Attach securely)
Control cable or coaxial cable
Note
• Be sure to attach the rubber packing ring after routing the cable through the bushing.
• If a gap is created at the cable entry area of the bushing, wrap the self-adhesive type butyl rubber tape
around the cable to prevent rainwater from entering.
• Check to be sure that the routed cable is securely fixed by lightly pulling it.
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7. CABLE WIRING
7.1. External Control Cable and Housing Terminal Block Wiring
CAUTION
Sunshade
• Keep wiring as far away as possible from a heater. (CCH200FH and C-CH210FH only.) Failure to do so may
cause a fire or electric shock.
• Do not touch a heater because fingers may be burned.
(C-CH200FH and C-CH210FH only.)
Junction circuit board
• Be sure to use the optional CC-5941B 24 VAC adapter
for the 24 VAC power supply. Using adapters other than
the dedicated type could lead to a fire.
Heater
Note: Make sure that the power is switched ON after wiring completion.
Terminal block (B)
Goes to cameras.
The junction circuit board shown at
right is exposed if the sunshade is
opened.
CN1
Note
Do not connect the AC input to the
Video output. If connected by
mistake, the camera will fail.
1
CAMERA POWER
1
CN4
AC
COM
CN6
1
AC CAMERA
HOT POWER DEF
Indication
WIPER
NC
VIDEO VIDEO VIDEO VIDEO
GND OUT GND OUT
LENS
COM
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Application
24VAC input (common)
2
AC HOT
24VAC input
3
CAMERA POWER
Camera power 24 VAC
4
DEF
Defroster
5
WIPER
Wiper
6
NC
Not connected (unused)
7
LENS COM
Lens common
8
IRIS
Iris
9
FOCUS
Focus
10
ZOOM
Zoom
11
NC
Not connected (unused)
12
VIDEO GND
Video output (coaxial shield)
13
VIDEO OUT
Video output (coaxial core)
NC
1
8
9
10
11
Terminal block (A)
Goes to remote control units,
relay boxes or outdoor pan/tilt heads.
When directly connecting to the
remote control units and relay boxes
AC COM
CN8
IRIS FOCUS ZOOM
TB1
Terminal block (A) is set as shown in the following
table. Perform wiring by selecting combinations of
equipment to be used.
1
TB2
1
1
Terminal Block
13
CN7
CN3
CN5
No.
12
CCH200 チュウケイキバン
CN2
1
1
When using the C-PH200 Outdoor
Pan/Tilt Head
C-CH200 C-CH200FH C-CH210FH C-CH200 C-CH200FH C-CH210FH
O*1
O
O
O*1
O
O
O*1
O
O
O*2
O*2
O*2
O*2
O*2
O*2
O*2
O*2
O*2
O*2
O*2
O*2
O
O
O
O
O
O
O*1
Connect the housing cable
supplied with the C-PH200 to
each terminal.
Note
The number of the housing
cable lead wire matches the
terminal number the lead wire
is connected to.
*1 It is convenient to make a connection by way of Terminal block (B) when using the 24 VA camera.
*2 Connect when using a zoom lens. When using an auto-iris motorized zoom lens, terminal 8 (IRIS) is not
used.
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7.2. Zoom Lens Wiring
Zoom lens
Camera
Connects to the 4-pole connector (CN8)
on the junction circuit board.
Zoom lens cable for internal wiring (accessory)
Wiring Diagram
LENS COMMON
1
2
3
4
IRIS
FOCUS
ZOOM
4-pole connector (female)
4-pole connector on the circuit board
7.3. Camera Wiring
7.3.1. 24 VAC Camera
Terminal block (B)
12
Camera power supply cable for internal wiring
(accessory)
CAMERA POWER
13
VIDEO VIDEO VIDEO VIDEO
GND OUT GND OUT
Shrink tube processing side
DC12 V AC24 V
1
2
VIDEO OUT
POWER O
Core side
Coaxial cable for internal wiring
(accessory)
7.3.2. Coaxial Single-cable Camera (when using the C-PH200 Outdoor Pan/tilt Head)
Terminal block (B)
Coaxial cable
Note
No coaxial cable is supplied with
the camera. Prepare it locally.
CAMERA POWER
12
13
VIDEO VIDEO VIDEO VIDEO
GND OUT GND OUT
13 12
To C-PH200
video output
Shield clamp
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7.4. Coaxial Cable End Processing
Process the coaxial cable end as follows:
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3C-2V Cable
1. Strip the cable sheath 20 mm from the cable end.
2. Bend back braided copper shields over the cable sheath, then remove
the insulating material 15 mm from the cable end.
5C-2V Cable
1. Strip the cable sheath 30 mm from the cable end, and braided copper
shields 20 mm.
2. Remove the insulating material 15 mm from the cable end.
5
10
15
20
5
15
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8. CONNECTION EXAMPLES
8.1. Connections to the CC-5011B Direct Control System Remote Controller
8.1.1. When connecting the C-CH210FH directly to the CC-5011B:
CC-5941B 24 VAC Adapter
1
CAMERA 1
2
1
MAIN
POWER
2
1
HOUSING
POWER
2
1
CAMERA 2
2
1
CAMERA 3
2
Note
Note correct polarity when connecting the dedicated AC adapter.
Reversed polarity connections will cause damage to equipment.
6-core cable*1
CC-5011B Direct Control System Remote Controller*2
MAIN POWER
FUSE 1 A
MAIN POWER ± 6 V DC
HOUSING POWER
MAIN POWER 24 V DC
HOUSING POWER 24 V AC
REMOTE CONTROL UNIT
model CC-5011B
1
2
1
24 V AC
2
IRIS FOCUS ZOOM COM
UP
DOWN RIGHT LEFT AUTO CAMERA COM
COM WIPER DEF ON-AC
24 V AC
To Camera Drive Unit’s
CAMERA IN terminal
C-CH210FH
Junction circuit board terminal block (B)
CAMERA POWER
VIDEO GND
VIDEO OUT
VIDEO GND 12
VIDEO OUT 13
Junction circuit board terminal block (A)
NC
ZOOM
FOCUS
IRIS
LENS COM
NC
WIPER
DEF
CAMERA POWER
AC HOT
AC COM
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
Note
Take care not to connect the AC input to the video output.
If connected by mistake, the camera will fail.
*1 Use cables with diameter of over 1 mm when connecting the CC-5941B to the CC-5011B.
*2 For how to mount the C-5011B, refer to its instruction manual.
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8.1.2. When using the C-PH200 Outdoor Pan/tilt Head:
CC-5941B 24 VAC Adapter
1
1
CAMERA 1
2
1
MAIN
POWER
2
1
CAMERA 2
2
1
HOUSING
POWER
2
Note
Note correct polarity when connecting the dedicated AC adapter.
Reversed polarity connections will cause damage to equipment.
CAMERA 3
2
6-core cable*1
CC-5011B Direct Control Remote Controller*2
MAIN POWER
FUSE 1 A
MAIN POWER ± 6 V DC
HOUSING POWER
MAIN POWER 24 V DC
HOUSING POWER 24 V AC
REMOTE CONTROL UNIT
model CC-5011B
1
2
24 V AC
1
2
IRIS FOCUS ZOOM COM
UP
DOWN RIGHT LEFT AUTO CAMERA COM
COM WIPER DEF ON-AC
24 V AC
Terminal (lower)
1 2 3 4 7
Terminal (upper)
9 10 7
5 12
Inside of C-PH200
1 5 4 2
3
C-CH210FH
Junction circuit board terminal block (B)
C-PH200 Outdoor-use
Pan/tilt Head**
CAMERA POWER
VIDEO GND
VIDEO OUT
VIDEO GND 12
VIDEO OUT 13
Coaxial shield
Coaxial core
12
13
Junction circuit board terminal block (A)
NC
ZOOM
FOCUS
IRIS
LENS COM
NC
WIPER
DEF
CAMERA POWER
AC HOT
AC COM
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
Peach
10
White
9
Orange
8
Purple
To VIDEO terminal
7
Red
Gray
Blue
Yellow
Green
5
4
3
2
1
Housing cable
Note
Take care not to connect the AC input to the video output.
If connected by mistake, the camera will fail.
*1 Use cables with diameter of over 1 mm when connecting the CC-5941B to the CC-5011B.
*2 For how to mount the C-PH200 and the CC-5011B, refer to their respective instruction manuals.
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8.2. Connections to the CC-5120 Relay Box
8.2.1. When connecting the C-CH210FH directly to the CC-5120:
CC-5111B Relay-controlled Remote Controller
COM TALLY CAMERA DEF WIPER AUTO
LEFT RIGHT DOWN
UP
TELE
WIDE NEAR
FAR
OPEN CLOSE
CC-5120 Relay Box*
Control input terminal
CLOSE OPEN
DC-COM IRIS
FAR
NEAR WIDE
FOCUS ZOOM
TELE
UP
DOWN RIGHT LEFT AUTO WIPER DEF CAMERA TALLY COM
ON-AC WIPER DEF
UP
DOWN RIGHT LEFT AUTO CAMERA
Control output terminal
To Camera Drive Unit’s
CAMERA IN terminal
C-CH210FH
Junction circuit board terminal block (B)
CAMERA POWER
VIDEO GND
VIDEO OUT
VIDEO GND 12
VIDEO OUT 13
Junction circuit board terminal block (A)
NC
ZOOM
FOCUS
IRIS
LENS COM
NC
WIPER
DEF
CAMERA POWER
AC HOT
AC COM
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
Note
Take care not to connect the AC input to the video output.
If connected by mistake, the camera will fail.
* For how to mount the CC-5120, refer to its instruction manual.
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AC-COM
8.2.2. When using the C-PH200 Outdoor Pan/tilt Head
CC-5111B Relay-controlled Remote Controller
COM TALLY CAMERA DEF WIPER AUTO
LEFT RIGHT DOWN
UP
TELE
WIDE NEAR
FAR
OPEN CLOSE
CC-5120 Relay Box*
Control input terminal
CLOSE OPEN
DC-COM IRIS
FAR
NEAR WIDE
FOCUS ZOOM
TELE
UP
DOWN RIGHT LEFT AUTO WIPER DEF CAMERA TALLY COM
ON-AC WIPER DEF
UP
DOWN RIGHT LEFT AUTO CAMERA
AC-COM
Control output terminal
Terminal (lower)
1 2 3 4 7
12
Terminal (upper)
7
9 10
2 5 4
Inside of C-PH200
4
3 1
C-CH210FH
C-PH200 Outdoor
Pan/tilt Head*
Junction circuit board terminal block (B)
CAMERA POWER
VIDEO GND
VIDEO OUT
VIDEO GND 12
VIDEO OUT 13
Coaxial shield
Coaxial core
12
13
Junction circuit board terminal block (A)
NC
ZOOM
FOCUS
IRIS
LENS COM
NC
WIPER
DEF
CAMERA POWER
AC HOT
AC COM
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
Peach
10
White
9
Orange
8
Purple
To VIDEO terminal
7
Red
Gray
Blue
Yellow
Green
5
4
3
2
1
Housing cable
Note
Take care not to connect the AC input to the video output.
If connected by mistake, the camera will fail.
* For how to mount the C-PH200 and the CC-5120, refer to their respective instruction manuals.
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8.3. Connections to the C-RB100 Coaxial Multiplex Control Relay Box
8.3.1. When connecting the C-CH210FH directly to the C-RB100:
When using the 100 VAC camera, connect the camera power supply directly to the 100
VAC wall outlet. (Power cannot be supplied from the C-RB100 to the 100 VAC camera.)
C-RB100 Coaxial Multiplex
Control Relay Box*
CAMERA INPUT
Control terminal block
LENS
-COM
FOCUS ZOOM
AUX
FRAME F/H
GROUND
WIP
DEF
UP
DOWN RIGHT LEFT AUTOPAN
ACCOM
C-CH210FH
Junction circuit board terminal block (B)
CAMERA POWER
VIDEO GND
VIDEO OUT
VIDEO GND 12
VIDEO OUT 13
Junction circuit board terminal block (A)
NC
ZOOM
FOCUS
IRIS
LENS COM
NC
WIPER
DEF
CAMERA POWER
AC HOT
AC COM
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
Note
Take care not to connect the AC input to the video output.
If connected by mistake, the camera will fail.
* For how to mount the C-RB100, refer to its instruction manual.
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CAMERA CAMERA
AC24 V -COM
8.3.2. When using the C-PH200 Outdoor Pan/tilt Head:
• When using the 100 VAC camera, it is not connected to 1 and 2 on the C-PH200’s terminal block (upper).
Connect the camera power supply directly to the 100 VAC wall outlet. (Power to the 100 VAC camera
cannot be supplied from the C-RB100.)
• If no motorized zoom lens is used, leave 7 through 10 on the C-PH200’s terminal block (upper)
unconnected
C-RB100 Coaxial Multiplex
Control Relay Box*
Control terminal block
LENS
-COM
FOCUS ZOOM
AUX
FRAME F/H
GROUND
Terminal (lower)
Terminal (upper)
WIP
DEF
9 10
DOWN RIGHT LEFT AUTOPAN
ACCOM
CAMERA CAMERA
AC24 V -COM
1 2 3 4 7 5 6
12
7
UP
2 5 4
Inside of C-PH200
3 1
C-CH210FH
C-PH200 Outdoor
Pan/tilt Head*
Junction circuit board terminal block (B)
CAMERA POWER
VIDEO GND
VIDEO OUT
VIDEO GND 12
VIDEO OUT 13
Coaxial shield
Coaxial core
12
13
Junction circuit board terminal block (A)
NC
ZOOM
FOCUS
IRIS
LENS COM
NC
WIPER
DEF
CAMERA POWER
AC HOT
AC COM
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
Peach
10
White
9
Orange
8
Purple
To VIDEO terminal
7
Red
Gray
Blue
Yellow
Green
5
4
3
2
1
Housing cable
Note
Take care not to connect the AC input to the video output.
If connected by mistake, the camera will fail.
* For how to mount the C-PH200 and the C-RB100, refer to their respective instruction manuals.
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9. CAMERA AND ZOOM LENS INSTALLATION
1. Remove the camera mounting plate from the camera housing. To remove, loosen two butterfly bolts and
pull them forward.
2. Mount the camera to the camera mounting plate, and the zoom lens to the zoom lens mounting plate using
the supplied nuts and bolts.
Note: The zoom lens mounting plate is supplied attached to the camera mounting plate.
[Bolts to be used]
• U1/4x10 camera mounting bolt ........................ 1 (accessory)
• U1/4 plain washer ............................................ 1 (accessory)
• U1/4 spring washer .......................................... 1 (accessory)
3. Perform wiring for the camera. (Refer to p. 10.)
4. Mount the camera and the zoom lens to the camera housing.
Place the camera mounting plate mounting surface between the camera mounting plate and the clamp
plate (2 places).
Push the two butterfly nuts away from you and retighten them to clamp the mounting surface.
Zoom lens mounting plate adjustment
Camera mounting plate attachment
and detachment (2 places)
Butterfly bolt
Butterfly bolt
Camera mounting
plate mounting surface
Camera mounting
plate
Camera mounting
plate
Clamp plate
Note: Loosening the butterfly bolt allows
the clamp plate to move left and right.
Camera mounting plate
Camera mounting bolt,
spring washer,
and plain washer
Zoom lens mounting plate
Note: Loosening the butterfly bolt allows
the zoom lens mounting plate to
move left and right.
Camera mounting bolt,
spring washer and plain washer
Camera
Zoom lens
Zoom lens
mounting plate
Sunshade
Camera mounting plate
mounting surface
Safety wire
Camera housing
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Note
Do not remove the safety wire. If removed,
extreme force is applied to the joint of
camera housing and sunshade,
possibly causing damage to the housing.
10. WIPER BLADE REPLACEMENT (C-CH210FH ONLY)
Because the wiper blade will wear out over years of use, replace it periodically.
1. Pull the worn wiper blade out of the holder’s notched hole.
2. Insert a new wiper blade (service part code 102-15-420-30) into the holder’s notched hole to mount it.
Wiper blade
Notched hole
C-CH210FH
Holder
To mount the wiper blade,
align the wiper blade slots with
the holder as shown in the figure.
Wiper blade
Holder
Note
Only use the wiper as needed on rainy days, since dry operation can cause the blade to wear out quickly and
stick to the front glass.
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11. SPECIFICATIONS
Model No.
C-CH200
Power Source
–
Current Consumption
-
C-CH200FH
C-CH210FH
24 V AC, 50/60 Hz
Fan
: 4.6 W
Heater : 19 W
Fan/heater Operating
-
Temperature
Fan
: Turns on at over
Fan
: 4.6 W
Heater
: 19 W
Defroster
:5W
Wiper
: 2.3 W
Fan
: Turns on at over
approx. 26°C
approx. 26°C
Heater : Turns on at under
Heater
approx. 10°C
: Turns on at under
approx. 10°C
Defroster
: Turns on at under
approx. 30°C
Turns off at over
approx. 50°C
Operating Temperature
Operating Humidity
Applications
-20 to +45°C*
-10 to +45°C
30% to 98% RH
Indoors and outdoors (except seaside and industrial districts where the unit is subject to
corrosion, and heights that expose the unit to strong wind pressure)
Waterproof/Dustproof
IP54
Capability
Finish
Unit
: Aluminum extrusion, off white, paint
Panel
: Die-cast aluminum, off white, paint
Dimensions
Weight
195 (W) x 207 (H) x 500 (D) mm
5.2 kg
5.4 kg
Applicable Camera
C-CC300A series, C-CC150A, C-CB20LA
Applicable Lens
All lenses except ultra-wide angle lenses and special lenses
6.0 kg
* In the case of the C-CH210FH, if its wiper driving section is frozen, the wiper does not correctly work.
Note: Specifications and external view of the camera housing are subject to change without notice.
• Accessory
Coaxial cable for internal wiring .................................................. 1
Zoom lens cable for internal wiring .............................................. 1
Camera power supply cable (for 24 V) for internal wiring ............ 1
M6 x 12 hexagonal head bolt with washer .................................. 4
U1/4 x 10 camera mounting bolt .................................................. 2
U1/4 spring washer ...................................................................... 2
U1/4 plain washer ........................................................................ 2
• Optional Components
Housing Fixing Stand
Wall Mounting Bracket
Outdoor Pan/tilt Head
: C-BC200H
: C-BC200K
: C-PH200
Printed in Japan
133-12-863-30
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