IR Illuminator
AI-102
IR Illuminator
Installation Guide
Rev. 1.1
IP Sur veillance
Revision History:
Rev. 1.0: Initial release
Rev. 1.1: Changed effective IR range and power consumption.
AI-102 Tube Type Infrared Illuminator
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Specifications
Model Number
AI-102
IR LED quantity
12 pcs in 2 tube housings
IR light range
20 meters
IR wavelength
850nm
IR bean angle
60°
IR light control.
CTRL (+/-) by camera
Input voltage
AC 90~240V
Operating current (constant)
1A
Power consumption
12Watt
Operating temperature
-10°C ~ +40°C
Storage temperature
-20°C ~ +60°C
Dimensions
60mm (O.D) x 80mm (L) x 106mm (H)
Weight
1.5 kg
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Mounting & Cabling
Preparing for installation:
1. Remove the IR illuminator from its package.
2. You should purchase power cords with
adequate length.
3. A T20 hex wrench.
Assemble the IR illuminator with the Support
Bracket. Use the included hex wrench to
assemble the support bracket, bearing housing,
and the ball swivel on the illuminators.
Use the included hex wrench to slightly loosen the ball swivel to adjust the shooting angle.
Support bracket
Ball swivel
IR illuminator
IR illuminator
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Install the IR illuminator behind your network camera, i.e., FD8362/FD8362E. Orient its
shooting angle after you slightly loosened the ball swivel screws. Secure the illuminators'
shooting angle by fastening socket screws on the ball swivels.
If you drilled a hole on the wall, you can pass power lines through the hollow of the
illuminator bracket and then through the hole.
271.3mm
Camera
180.6mm
Illuminator bracket
Mounting hole
Mounting hole
* The IR tube housings have been
removed from this drawing for
simplicity sake.
When planning the surveillance area, take into account the achievable distance. Optimal
results can be achieved by setting up at night and observing the results on a management
session screen. Adjust the illuminators' shooting angles so that the camera's field of view
is correctly lit..
118.9°
Near View Plane
60° projection angle
Max. 40m
View Plane
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39.6°
Far View Plane
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Wiring
There are 5 wires with the illuminators: 3 for power connections and another 2 as control
lines to the Digital outputs from a network camera. Refer to the diagram below for details.
Power cords
Connector Block
Dark Blue: AC input
Green: GND
Brown: AC input
Red
To Camera
GPIO Block
Light Blue
AC Power Connection
Power lines are connected to a power cord with a power plug. Use them to connect the
power cords you separately purchased.
Control Line Connection
The DI/DO terminal block is accessed by opening the camera dome cover.
Dome Cover
Terminal Block
5
FD8362 GPIO Pinouts
Blue: Ground
Red: Digital Output
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
DC 12VDC 12V+
AC 24V_2
AC 24V_1
DI- (GND)
DI+
DODO+ (12V)
Shown above is the network camera's General Purpose IO terminal block. Connect the IR
illuminator's red and blue lines to pin7 and pin5 on the terminal block.
Top View
Power and IO cables pass through a waterproof
connector. All cables are user-supplied.
Remove the plastic cap on the opening for IO cables
and replace it with the included waterproof connector.
For Ethernet
Cable
For Power & IO Cables
Tips
Replace the side opening cover with the included
side outlet bushing if you want to route cables
from the side of camera. The 1/2" protection
conduits and tubing are separately purchased.
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Waterproof Connector
(A)
Sealing Nut (A)
(B)
Housing (B)
(D)
Seals (C)
Seal (D)
(E)
Screw Nut (E)
Hex Nut (F)
(F)
Assembling Steps
1.Disassemble the components of the
waterproof connector into parts (A) ~ (F)
as shown above.
2.Place the screw nut (E) on the Power and
GPIO opening.
3.Feed the power cables through the
waterproof connector (F --> E --> D -->
B --> A) as the illustration shows. Then
connect the power cables to the power
source. Note: There are 8 holes on the
seal (D), and the widest holes with a crack
on the side are specific for power cables.
4.If you have external devices such as
sensors and alarms, feed the cables
through the waterproof connector (F
7
--> E --> D --> B --> A) as previously
described. Refer to the pin definition to
connect them to the general I/O terminal
block. Note: The recommended cable
gauge is 2.0 ~ 2.8 mm.
5.Push the seal (D) into the housing (B).
6.Insert the seals (C) into unused holes on
the seal (D) to avoid moisture.
7.Secure the sealing nut (A) tightly and
hex nut (F) from the bottom of the
camera.
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IR Configuration on Camera
To configure the IR-related settings in camera firmware:
1. Open a browser management session according to your QIG (Quick Installation Guide).
2. On the main page, enter Configuration > Advanced mode > Media > Image (General
settings) > click on a tab at the lower screen to open Day/Night settings.
3. Select the checkbox in front of "Turn on external IR illuminator in night mode." Click
Save to preserve your setting.
Once the configuration is done, the network camera will automatically turn on the
illuminator when its light sensor detects low-light conditions, e.g., when the night falls.
NOTE:
If the external IR illuminator setting is enabled, all DO-related settings you previously
configured in the Event configuration will be erased.
Since only one pair of digital output lines are available, once the IR illuminator is enabled,
the other Digital output options will be disabled.
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