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XX152-02-00
FIXED CAMERA DOME
Vicon Industries Inc. does not warrant that the functions contained in this equipment will meet
your requirements or that the operation will be entirely error free or perform precisely as
described in the documentation. This system has not been designed to be used in life-critical
situations and must not be used for this purpose.
Copyright © 2004 Vicon Industries Inc. All rights reserved.
Product specifications subject to change without notice.
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Vicon part number 8009-8152-02-00
Rev 1204 Section 3
FCC Notice
Note: Complies with Federal Communications Commission Rules & Regulations Part 15, Subpart B for a Class
A digital device.
WARNING
This equipment generates and uses radio frequency energy and if not installed and used properly, that is, in
strict accordance with the manufacturer’s instruction, may cause interference to radio and television reception. It
has been type tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A computing device in accordance with the
specification in subpart B of part 15 of the FCC rules, which are designed to provide reasonable protection
against such interference in a commercial installation. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not
occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause interference to radio and television reception,
which can be determined by turning equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try and correct the
interference by one or more of the following measures:
•
Reorient the receiving antenna.
•
Relocate the equipment with respect to the receiver.
•
Relocate the equipment away from the receiver.
•
Plug the equipment into a different electrical outlet so that the equipment and receiver are
on different branch circuits.
If necessary, the user should consult the dealer or an experienced radio/television technician for additional
suggestions.
The user may find the following booklet prepared by the Federal Communications Commission helpful:
“Interference Handbook, Bulletin CIB-2”
This booklet is available from the U.S. Government Printing Office, Superintendent of Documents, Mailstop
SSOP, Washington, D.C. 20402-9328, ISBN 0-16-045542-1.
Warning: Power must be removed from this unit before removing circuit modules or ribbon cables.
Caution: This unit contains circuit cards with integrated circuit devices that can be damaged by static
discharge. Take all necessary precautions to prevent static discharge
Important
Safeguards
GRAPHIC SYMBOL EXPLANATION
12. Power Cord Protection - Power supply cords should not be
routed in trafficked areas or in tight spaces where they will be
pinched or used to bear weight. Allow some slack in the cord
where it enters the unit.
13. Outdoor Cable Grounding - Use only grounded outdoor
cables to protect against voltage surges and static charges.
Section 810 of the National Electrical Code, ANSI/NFPA 70-
The lightening bolt symbol alerts the user to the presence of
1984, provides information on proper grounding of the lead-in
dangerous voltage that may present the risk of electric shock.
wire to an antenna discharge unit, size of grounding conductors
and the requirements of grounding electrodes.
14. Lightning - Disconnect the product from its power source
and cable system when possible to prevent damage due to
lightning and power-line surges.
15. Power Lines - Do not locate outside cables over power or
utility lines where they can fall and make direct contact. Contact
with power lines can be fatal.
16. Overloading - Do not overload wall outlets and extension
cords to prevent risk of fire and electric shock.
17. Object and Liquid Entry - Never probe through, or spill
The exclamation point symbol alerts the user to the presence of
liquid into, enclosure openings to prevent risk of fire or electric
important operating and maintenance instructions.
shock.
18. Servicing - Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel.
1. Read Instructions - Read all safety and operating instructions
19. Damage Requiring Service - Obtain service when:
before the product is operated.
2. Retain Instructions - Retain all safety and operating
a)
The power-supply cord or plug is damaged.
instructions for future reference.
b)
Objects have fallen or liquid has been spilled into the
product.
c)
The product is not designed for outdoor use and has been
exposed to water or moisture.
d)
The product does not operate per the operating instructions.
Perform Vicon recommended adjustments, modifications
and troubleshooting only to avoid unit damage and personal
injury.
e)
The product has been dropped.
f)
The product shows a significant change in performance.
3. Heed Warnings - Pay attention to all product warnings.
4. Follow Instructions - Follow all operating instructions.
5. Cleaning -(Do not use caustic, abrasive or aerosol
cleaners)
a)
b)
For units that CAN BE DISCONNECTED from the power
source, use a damp cloth for cleaning.
For units that CANNOT BE DISCONNECTED from the
power source, use a damp cloth for cleaning and do not
allow moisture or liquids to enter vents.
6. Attachments - Use only Vicon recommended attachments to
prevent unit damage and personal injury.
7. Water and Moisture - Use only products designed for outdoor
environments where they will be exposed to water or moisture.
8. Accessories - Do not place the unit on an unstable surface to
avoid falling. Use only Vicon recommended mounting accessories..
9. Ventilation - Do not block ventilating slots and openings as
they ensure reliable operation. Do not place the unit near a heat
source or into an enclosure unless recommended by Vicon.
10. Power Sources - The product should only be operated from
the recommended power source. If not specified, consult your
Vicon dealer or local power company.
11. Grounding - Only products equipped with a 3-prong
20. Replacement Parts - Use only Vicon specified replacement
parts or an approved equivalent to prevent unit damage and
injury.
21. Safety Check - Request safety checks to be performed
following repair or maintenance to verify proper operation.
22. ESD Precaution - Take all normal electrostatic discharge
precautions to avoid component damage during installation and
operation.
23. For 230 VAC Devices- When the disconnect device is not
incorporated in the equipment or when the plug on the power
supply is intended to serve as the disconnect device, follow the
guidelines below:
a)
grounded plug should be inserted into a grounded power outlet.
Contact an electrician to replace an obsolete outlet. Do not force
a plug into a non-grounded outlet.
For permanently connected 230 VAC units, a readily
accessible disconnect device must be incorporated into the
site wiring.
b)
For 230 VAC units with a plug, the outlet must be installed
near the unit and be easily accessible.
Contents
Quick Installation ................................................................................................................ii
Introduction .........................................................................................................................1
Installation ...........................................................................................................................2
Unpacking and Inspection.............................................................................................................................2
Inspection for Visible Damage ......................................................................................................................2
Inspection for Concealed Damage ...............................................................................................................2
SurveyorVFT Fixed Dome Components.......................................................................................................3
Mounting the Unit ...........................................................................................................................................4
In-Ceiling Mounting.......................................................................................................................................4
Using the Provided Scribe.........................................................................................................................4
Mounting from Below the Ceiling ..............................................................................................................4
Mounting from Above the Ceiling ..............................................................................................................5
Optional Independent Support ..................................................................................................................6
Indoor Pendant .............................................................................................................................................7
Outdoor Pendant ..........................................................................................................................................8
Cable Connections .........................................................................................................................................8
Coaxial Video Cable .....................................................................................................................................8
Camera Power Connections.........................................................................................................................9
DIP Switch Settings......................................................................................................................................10
Camera Synchronization ............................................................................................................................10
Autoiris Adjustments ...................................................................................................................................10
Final Installation ...........................................................................................................................................12
Disassembly..................................................................................................................................................16
Operation ...........................................................................................................................17
Maintenance ......................................................................................................................17
Care and Cleaning of Lower Dome.............................................................................................................17
Fuse Replacement........................................................................................................................................17
Shipping Instructions .......................................................................................................18
Reference...........................................................................................................................19
Technical Information .......................................................................................................21
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Contents • i
Quick Installation
In-Ceiling - No Access to Ceiling
ii • Quick Installation
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In-Ceiling – Access to Ceiling
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Quick Installation • iii
Pendant - Indoor
iv • Quick Installation
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Pendant – Outdoor
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Quick Installation • v
Introduction
The information in this manual covers the installation, operation, and maintenance of the SurveyorVFT Series
of Fixed Camera Domes. This unit should only be installed by a qualified technician using approved materials
in accordance with national, state and local wiring codes. Read this manual through completely before
attempting installation.
The SurveyorVFT Series of Fixed Camera Domes offers a compact domed housing incorporating a fixed
camera and lens combination. The camera domes are available for indoor in-ceiling and pendant mounting
configurations and outdoor pendant mounting configurations. Each model has a corresponding version that
transmits video over twisted pair (UTP). An appropriate receiver is required for these models. There is a
choice of high-resolution color or day/night cameras with a 2.6-6 mm or 5-50 mm varifocal lens; some models
offer autoiris lenses. A smoked lower dome is included on indoor models; a clear dome is used on outdoor
versions. Refer to Table 1 for model numbers and descriptions.
The camera position has a unique 3-axis adjustment, allowing for adjustment of pan, tilt and rotation about
the lens axis (roll), for any angle of view required. The varifocal lens allows for lens adjustment capability and
autoiris adjustment is available by a potentiometer. Cameras accept 24 VAC and also feature line lock
capability.
SurveyorVFT Fixed Camera Dome series meets FCC requirements for a Class A device.
Table 1
Models, Product Codes and Descriptions
Model*
Product Code
Description
SVFT-C266M/
8725/8725-01 In-ceiling; 1/3-in. ExView™ high-resolution color camera with isolated
SVFT-C266M-C
power input and 2.6-6 mm manual varifocal lens; 24 VAC; smoked
lower dome; coaxial video transmission; NTSC/PAL
SVFT-C266A/
8726/8726-01 In-ceiling; 1/3-in. ExView high-resolution color camera with isolated
SVFT-C266A-C
power input and 2.6-6 mm autoiris varifocal lens; 24 VAC; smoked
lower dome; coaxial video transmission; NTSC/PAL
SVFT-C550M/
8727/8727-01 In-ceiling; 1/3-in. ExView high-resolution color camera and 5-50 mm
SVFT-C550M-C
manual varifocal lens; 24 VAC; smoked lower dome; coaxial video
transmission; NTSC/PAL
SVFT-P266M/
8730/8730-01 Indoor Pendant; 1/3-in. ExView high-resolution color camera with
SVFT-P266M-C
isolated power input and 2.6-6 mm manual varifocal lens; 24 VAC;
smoked lower dome; coaxial video transmission; NTSC/PAL
SVFT-P266A/
8731/8731-01 Indoor Pendant; 1/3-in. ExView high-resolution color camera with
SVFT-P266A-C
isolated power input and 2.6-6 mm autoiris varifocal lens; 24 VAC;
smoked lower dome; coaxial video transmission; NTSC/PAL
SVFT-P550M/
8732/8732-01 Indoor Pendant; 1/3-in. ExView high-resolution color camera and 5SVFT-P550M-C
50 mm manual varifocal lens; 24 VAC; smoked lower dome; coaxial
video transmission; NTSC/PAL
SVFT-W266DNA/
8735/8735-01 Outdoor Pendant; 1/4-in. high-resolution day/night color camera with
SVFT-W266DNA-C
isolated power input and 2.6-6 mm autoiris varifocal lens; 24 VAC;
clear lower dome; coaxial video transmission; NTSC/PAL
SVFT-W266A/
8736/8736-01 Outdoor Pendant; 1/3-in. ExView high-resolution color camera with
SVFT-W266A-C
isolated power input and 2.6-6 mm autoiris varifocal lens; 24 VAC;
clear lower dome; coaxial video transmission; NTSC/PAL
SVFT-W550A/
8737/8737-01 Outdoor Pendant; ExView 1/3-in. high-resolution color camera and
SVFT-W550A-C
5-50 mm autoiris varifocal lens; 24 VAC; clear lower dome; coaxial
video transmission; NTSC/PAL
*Note: Each model is also available in a twisted pair (UTP) version. Simply add a “-T” to the model number
and a -40 to the product code (ex., SVFT-C266M-T, 8725-40; SVFT-C266M-TC, 8725-41).
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Introduction • 1
UTP Receivers
V212-NVT
7631
Receiver, converts UTP video to composite up to 500 ft from transmitter
V213-NVT
6518
Receiver, converts UTP video to composite up to 1000 ft from transmitter
V652R-NVT
7453
V1613-NVT
7648
V1662-NVT
6519
Receiver, converts UTP video to composite up to 3000 ft from transmitter (does
not support Vicoax systems)
16-channel Hub receiver, converts UTP video to composite up to 1000 ft from
each transmitter
16-channel Hub receiver, converts UTP video to composite up to 3000 ft from
each transmitter (does not support Vicoax systems)
Installation
Unpacking and Inspection
All Vicon equipment is tested and inspected before leaving the factory. It is the carrier’s responsibility to
deliver the equipment in the same condition as it left the factory.
Inspection for Visible Damage
Immediately inspect the cartons upon delivery. Make a note of any visible damage on all copies of the
carrier’s freight bill. Make sure the carrier’s agent (the person making the delivery) signs the note on all
copies of the bill. If the agent does not have claim forms, contact the carrier’s office.
Inspection for Concealed Damage
As soon as possible after delivery, unpack the unit and inspect it for concealed damage. Do not discard the
carton or packing materials. If the unit is damaged, contact the carrier immediately and request forms for filing
a damage claim. Make arrangements for a representative of the carrier to inspect the damaged equipment. If
the equipment must be returned for repair, follow the Shipping Instructions at the end of this manual.
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SurveyorVFT Fixed Dome Components
The SurveyorVFT fixed camera dome units consist of an enclosure/housing, a camera mechanism, a shroud, and
a smoked (indoor) or clear (outdoor) lower dome.
Enclosure
The enclosure is a metal shell that houses the camera mechanism for the in-ceiling model. A safety cord and clip
are provided to connect to the camera mechanism during installation. In addition, a small hole is provided on the
side of the enclosure for connection of the lower dome’s safety cord. A removable top cover, a 0.75-inch (19 mm)
conduit fitting and a pair of rotating flippers that give a convenient and sturdy connection of the enclosure into the
ceiling are provided. For in-ceiling installations that do not use conduit pipe, a 0.75-inch (19 mm) strain relief
fitting provides solid cable anchoring at the enclosure.
Camera Mechanism
The camera mechanism includes an integral camera/lens combination, with a color camera and a varifocal lens. It
is designed for easy “snap-in” installation into the enclosure or housing. The camera/lens position can be
manually adjusted. The integral PC board provides wiring connections. For outdoor units, a thermostaticallycontrolled heater is provided for temperature control.
Shroud
The shroud is a 5.4 in. (137 mm) textured black ABS plastic shell. It has a 1.4 in. (35.6 mm) slotted opening for
the camera. This shroud conceals the position of the camera and snaps onto the camera drive.
Lower Dome
The lower dome is an assembly comprised of a 5.9 inch (150 mm) diameter acrylic plastic shell, a trim ring and a
safety cord. Lower domes for indoor versions come in a choice of smoked, chrome or gold finishes. Standard
outdoor lower domes are clear and use 4 screws for additional support. All lower domes are anchored to the
enclosure by the safety cord. Refer to the Maintenance section for care.
Housing
The housing for the SurveyorVFT fixed indoor pendant configurations is a molded plastic protective cover for the
camera mechanism; outdoor pendant configurations have a die-cast aluminum housing with a sunshield. The
housing has a 1.5-inch NPT pipe flange mount. In addition, the housing is equipped with a safety cord and clip
that is used to suspend the camera drive during installation. Another safety cord connects the lower dome to the
housing.
Sunshield
A sunshield pre-installed over the housing used on the outdoor pendant version is for radiation sun-blocking
protection.
CAUTION: For any environment subject to moisture, use the outdoor pendant model.
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Mounting the Unit
In-Ceiling Mounting
The SurveyorVFT fixed dome rests on the ceiling material and occupies the space between the lower ceiling
and upper building frame. There are two methods of installation. The first method can be used for ceilings
with no access to the space above, as in a typical hard material ceiling. The second method is used for a
ceiling with access, as in the case of a dropped ceiling (metal grid type). All mounting hardware is provided.
Refer to the section on Optional Independent Support for installations requiring additional support (most
commonly, a dropped ceiling).
Using the Provided Scribe
A small metal scribe is provided to assist in marking an accurate hole size in a ceiling tile. Use it as follows.
1. Place the ceiling tile on a large flat surface, face up.
2. Measure and make a small mark at position A from any corner (11.9 in./302 mm). Refer to Figure 1.
3. Measure and make a small mark at position B (8.2 in./208 mm), placing the scribe as perpendicular to the
A-edge as possible.
4. Place the scribe across B and C. Rotate the scribe around center C for a full turn.
5. Cut out the circle using a sharp tool on the scribed line.
Figure 1
Use of the Scribe
Mounting from Below the Ceiling
Use this method of installation if there is no access to the space above. The ceiling material must provide
suitable strength to support the weight of the SurveyorVFT fixed dome with the two flippers on the enclosure.
Be sure the area around the selected location is clear of obstacles (such as steel beams, headers, pipes,
electrical wiring, etc.) that would interfere with mounting. Video, sync, and power cables must be routed to the
location.
1. Mark with the scribe and cut a 7-3/8 in. (187 mm) hole in the ceiling at the desired location. Remove the
tile from a dropped ceiling if necessary. Feed all necessary flexible conduit pipe or cables down through
the hole.
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2. If cables are used without the use of flexible conduit:
a. Remove the enclosure top by loosening the 3 screws. Remove the conduit fitting by loosening
the nut and sliding it out. Install the supplied strain relief fitting in its place and re-attach the top
cover.
b. Hold the enclosure near the hole in the ceiling and route cables through the strain relief fitting.
2.
If cables are channeled through flexible cable:
a. Hold the enclosure near the hole in the ceiling and route conduit cables through the conduit
fitting.
b. Insert the end of the flexible conduit pipe into the conduit fitting. Cable length should be flush with
the bottom of the enclosure, approximately 12 in. (305 mm). Tighten the clamp screw.
3. Lift the enclosure up through the ceiling hole. Turn and tighten the flipper screws to obtain a flush fit with
the ceiling plane.
4. Connect the enclosure’s safety cord clip to the tab in the camera mechanism to allow the drive to hang
from the enclosure. Refer to Figure 2 for location of tab.
Continue with section on Cable Connections.
Figure 2
Safety Cord Installation
Mounting from Above the Ceiling
Use this method of installation if there is access to the space above. The ceiling material must provide
suitable strength to support the weight of the SurveyorVFT fixed dome with the two flippers on the enclosure.
Refer to the section on Optional Independent Support for installations requiring additional support. Be sure
the area around the selected location is clear of obstacles (such as steel beams, headers, pipes, electrical
wiring, etc.) that would interfere with mounting. Video, sync, and power cables must be routed to the location.
1. Mark with the scribe and cut a 7-3/8 in. (187 mm) hole in the ceiling at the desired location. Remove tile
from dropped ceiling if necessary. Feed all necessary flexible conduit pipe or cables down through the
hole.
2. Lift the SurveyorVFT enclosure up to the ceiling and snap it into the hole. Turn and tighten the flipper
screws for a flush fit. Connect the enclosure’s safety cord clip to the tab in the camera mechanism to
allow the mechanism to hang from the enclosure. Align the 2 slots on the camera mechanism with the
tabs in the enclosure, being sure to match up the arrows on both the drive and in the enclosure. Insert the
camera mechanism into the enclosure until it snaps into place.
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3. Working above the ceiling, remove the enclosure top by loosening the 3 screws and lifting it off.
4. If cables are used without the use of flexible conduit:
a. Remove the conduit fitting by loosening the nut and sliding it out. Install the supplied strain relief
fitting in its place and re-attach the top cover.
b. Route approximately 12 in. (305 mm) of cables through the strain relief fitting. Tighten the two (2)
strain relief fitting screws to compress the cables. Do not overtighten the screws and crush the
cables.
4. If cables are channeled through flexible cable:
a. Route approximately 12 in. (305 mm) of conduit cables through the conduit fitting.
b. Insert the end of the flexible conduit pipe into the conduit fitting and tighten the clamp screw.
Continue with the section on Cable Connections.
Optional Independent Support
If it is necessary to provide independent support for the SurveyorVFT fixed dome other than ceiling material,
order the optional In-Ceiling Mount Model Kit, model SVFT-IC-MKT. It consists of a pre-assembled set of
mounting rails and folding ring. Refer to Figure 3A.
1. With the 7-3/8-inch (187 mm) diameter hole cut in the ceiling tile and the tile replaced in the ceiling, push
the folded assembly up through the hole and unfold.
2. Position the assembly squarely over the hole and fasten the caddy rail clips to the existing frame.
Remove the adjacent tiles to access the clips.
3. Adjust the position of the caddy rail clips along the frame to obtain the best “X” position.
4. Slide the assembly along the caddy rails to obtain the best concentric “Y” position. Tighten the horizontal
adjustment screws to secure the position.
5. With the ring concentric with the hole, slide the ring vertically along the support slots to obtain the best
flush fit in the ceiling. The ring should be firmly seated against the tile without warping the tile. Refer to
Figure 3B.
6. Complete the installation as described in the previous procedure. When using this kit, the flippers
squeeze the mounting ring assembly for a snug fit.
Figure 3A
Installation of Optional In-Ceiling Mounting Kit
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Figure 3B
Installation of Optional In-Ceiling Mounting Kit
Indoor Pendant
The indoor pendant model mounts on a Vicon mount or a 1.5-in. vertical pipe with an appropriate coupling.
The pipe is a standard 1.5-in. NPT type and must be oriented vertically so the SurveyorVFT fixed camera
dome can effectively hang from the pipe. Be sure the area around the selected location is clear of obstacles
(such as steel beams, headers, pipes, electrical wiring, etc.) that would interfere with mounting. Video, sync,
and power cables must be routed to the location.
1. Install the mount in accordance with the installation manual included with the mount or prepare the
vertical 1.5-in. NPT pipe.
2. Feed all necessary cables through the back of the mount or out the end of the 1.5-in. NPT pipe,
approximately 15 in. (381 mm) in length.
3. Lift the housing up to the mount or pipe and feed the cables through its top opening.
4. Place the housing onto the 1.5-in. pipe and screw clockwise, looking up at the housing. When it becomes
snug, turn it an additional quarter-turn.
5. Verify that each cable drops from the pipe opening at least 15 in. (381 mm) in length.
6. Lift the camera mechanism up to the housing and attach the housing’s safety cord clip to the camera
mechanism’s tab. Allow the SurveyorVFT mechanism to hang from the housing. Refer to Figure 2.
7. Route each cable from the inside top of the housing down over to its mating connector on the camera PC
board. Add 1 in. (25 mm) of extra length to each cable for termination (if not previously terminated) and
cut them. The approximate length of each cable should be 14 - 15 in. (356 - 381 mm).
Continue with the section on Cable Connections.
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Outdoor Pendant
The outdoor pendant model mounts on a Vicon mount or a 1.5-in. vertical pipe with an appropriate coupling.
The outdoor version includes a sunshield, heater and weather protection. Be sure the area around the
selected location is clear of obstacles (such as steel beams, headers, pipes, electrical wiring, etc.) that would
interfere with mounting. Video, sync, and power cables must be routed to the location.
Note: The standard 1.5-inch pipe referred to in this manual has the actual dimensions of: outside diameter:
1.9 in. (48.3 mm); inside diameter: 1.61 in. (40.9 mm); wall thickness: 0.145 in. (3.37 mm) minimum
(ANSI standard grade thickness).
1. Install the mount in accordance with the installation manual included with the mount or prepare the
vertical 1.5-in. NPT pipe.
2. Feed all necessary cables through the back of the mount or out the end of the 1.5-in. NPT pipe, 15 in.
(381 mm) in length.
3. Apply the provided anti-seize lubricant to the first 2-3 unpainted threads of the housing.
4. Lift the sunshield/housing up to the mount and feed the cables through its top opening.
5. Place the housing onto the 1.5-in. pipe and screw clockwise, looking up at the housing. When it becomes
snug, turn it an additional quarter-turn.
6. Verify that each cable drops from the pipe opening at least 15 in. (381 mm) in length.
7. Lift the SurveyorVFT camera mechanism up to the housing/sunshield and attach the housing’s safety
cord clip to the camera mechanism’s tab. Allow the camera mechanism to hang from the housing. Refer
to Figure 2.
8. Route each cable from the inside top of the housing down over to its mating connector on the camera PC
board. Add 1 in. (25 mm) of extra length to each cable for termination (if not previously terminated) and
cut them. The approximate length of each cable should be 14 - 15 in. (356 - 381 mm).
Continue with the section on Cable Connections.
Cable Connections
Both power and video connections are made to the integral printed circuit board (PC board) on the camera
mechanism. The PC board provides a board-mounted BNC connector for coaxial or a screw terminal for
twisted pair video and a removable two-position screw terminal connector for camera power. Refer to Figure
4 when performing these connections. Refer to Cable Recommendations in the Reference section. There is
also a provision for adjusting the focus with the auxiliary video output port provided on the underside of the
camera mechanism. This adjustment should be performed during installation. Refer to Figure 6.
Coaxial Video Cable
Attach the male BNC connector on the video cable to the mating BNC connector on the PC board.
Twisted-Pair Video Cable
For the models using the twisted-pair video connection, use the twisted-pair video wire connector as shown in
Figure 4. Strip off approximately 0.25 in. (6 mm) of insulation from each individual wire. Attach each wire to
the screw terminal on the PC board. Pin 1 is for Video and Pin 2 is Ground; Pin 3 is Not Used. Refer to Figure
4. Refer to the instructions supplied with the receiver for those connections.
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Camera Power Connections
Note: Vicon systems and components, like most electronic equipment, require a clean, stable power source.
Voltage irregularities such as surges, drops, and interruptions can affect the operation of your
equipment and, in severe cases, damage certain components. Vicon strongly recommends the use of
line conditioners, voltage regulators, and uninterruptible power supply (UPS) systems.
Power is connected through a two-position detachable screw terminal connector on the PC board (P8). Refer
to Figure 4. Refer to Table 2 for the input power connections.
1. Find the detachable power cable connector supplied on the PC board.
2. Strip approximately 1 in. (25 mm) of insulation off power cables. Then strip off approximately 0.25 in.
(6 mm) of insulation off each individual wire. Attach the camera power cables to the connector according
to Table 2.
3. Press the cable connector onto the board connector. The connector is keyed to prevent incorrect
installation.
The camera is shipped prepared for 24 VAC.
Figure 4
Camera/Lens PC Board
Table 2
Camera Power Connections
Pin Number
1
2
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Function
24 VAC Input
24 VAC Return
Installation • 9
DIP Switch Settings
There is a DIP switch on the front camera board that allows the selection of: Switch 1 - ALC (OFF) or ELC
(ON); Switch 2 – Internal (Crystal) Synchronization (ON) or Line Lock (OFF); Switch 3 – AGC (ON or OFF);
Switch 4 – BLC (ON or OFF). ALC setting is for external autoiris and ELC setting is for internal autoiris. The
day/night camera includes a switch to select having the day/night feature turned ON or OFF. If day/night is
turned ON, at a low light level the camera changes to monochrome mode and the resolution and sensitivity
increase. Refer to Figures 5 and 6 for the location and setting of the switches. See Table 3 for camera and
lens specifications.
There are two potentiometers on the camera. VR1 on the back board is for V-phase adjustment; VR1 on the
top board is for autoiris adjustment. Refer to Figure 5.
Camera Synchronization
If there is more than one unit in a system, the cameras have to be synchronized to ensure there is no roll of
video. If the camera will be used in a line lock video application, the camera interface board is already set in
line lock mode by default. Camera synchronization is DIP switch selectable, line locked or internal. The use of
line-locking synchronization using a V-phase potentiometer (pot) is typically included in video equipment
requiring external video synchronization. As an example, equipment like a video switcher unit uses the
camera’s line lock to reduce “video jump” on its monitor during camera switching. The V-phase pot allows
video to power line phase adjustment up to 180°. If more than 180° of adjustment is required, swap the lines
attached to the 24 VAC terminal block connector. Be sure that the selector DIP switch is set to position “LL”.
Note that the performance of the camera’s line lock depends on the quality of the power source. If the camera
experiences roll or jitter due to the quality of the power source, then it is best to set the camera to internal
“crystal” mode. This is done by setting the selector switch to “INT.”
The adjustment for the line lock V-phase (VR1) is on the bottom board of the camera.
Autoiris Adjustments
On autoiris lenses, iris adjustment may be required if the picture appears dark or grainy or has poor color. To
obtain the sharpest picture possible, the iris adjustment should be made from a “full bright” setting down to an
acceptable video level. This assures that the internal AGC of the camera is not operational. There is a
potentiometer to adjust the DC level for autoiris; potentiometer VR1 is on the camera front board. Refer to
Figure 5. Use a small jeweler’s screwdriver to make adjustments. Turning the potentiometer opens and
closes the iris to regulate light extremes. Turning the potentiometer clockwise opens the iris wider, allowing
more light. Autoiris control is DIP switch selectable.
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Figure 5
Potentiometer/DIP Switch Location
Figure 6
DIP Switch Settings
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Installation • 11
Final Installation
In-Ceiling
After all cabling is complete, (if not previously done) connect the enclosure’s safety cord clip to the tab in the
camera mechanism to allow the mechanism to hang from the enclosure. Align the 2 slots on the camera
mechanism with the tabs in the enclosure, being sure to match up the arrows on both the drive and in the
enclosure. Insert the camera mechanism into the enclosure until it snaps into place. Refer to Figure 9.
Note: Assure that there is no extra slack in the cabling that will interfere with proper installation and
operation. Push any extra cabling up into the ceiling.
The camera and lens can now be adjusted. Refer to Figure 7.
The camera position can be adjusted in three axes, horizontally (pan), vertically (tilt) and rotation about the
lens axis (roll). With the camera powered on and video displayed in a monitor, turn the camera to point in the
desired direction. The tilt position can also be adjusted. Loosen the two nuts, if necessary, on either side of
the camera mounting frame (use an open end 11/32 wrench). Position the camera and retighten nuts. The
camera mounting bracket position can be adjusted relative to the closeness to the dome by loosening the
lock nuts and changing the vertical position of the camera mounting frame within the slots in the mounting
bracket. Refer to Figure 8.
The lens can be manually adjusted. On the 5-50 mm lens, the telephoto/wide adjustment is the front ring, iris
(open and close) is the middle ring and focus (near to infinity) is the end ring. On the 2.6-6 mm lens, focus
(near to infinity) is the front ring and the telephoto/wide adjustment is the end ring; iris is fixed. Refer to Figure
7. On autoiris lenses, a potentiometer is provided for iris adjustment. In some installations, the picture may be
“squared up” by rotating the lens about its own axis up to 360° (roll adjustment).
Figure 7
Camera/Lens Adjustments – 5-50 mm Version Shown
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Figure 8
Camera Mounting Bracket Adjustment – 2.6-6 mm Version Shown
Insert the clip of the safety cord on the lower dome into the hole in the enclosure. Refer to label in the
enclosure. Lift the lower dome up to the SurveyorVFT and align the molded tabs on the lower dome with the
recesses on the inner enclosure. Press the lower dome into the SurveyorVFT and verify that it snaps into
place on both sides. The upper edge of the lower dome should be flush with the ceiling plane. Refer to Figure
9.
Figure 9
In-Ceiling Mount Final Installation
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Installation • 13
Indoor Pendant
After all the cabling is complete, push the SurveyorVFT camera mechanism straight up into the housing. Align
the 2 slots on the camera mechanism with the tabs in the enclosure, being sure to match up the arrows on
both the mechanism and in the enclosure. Insert the camera mechanism into the enclosure until it snaps into
place. Refer to Figure 10.
Note: Assure that there is no extra slack in the cabling that will interfere with proper installation and
operation. Push any extra cabling up into the mount or pipe.
After the SurveyorVFT is in place, the camera/lens can be adjusted. The camera position can be adjusted
horizontally and vertically and rotation about the lens axis (roll). With the camera powered on and video
displayed in a monitor, turn the camera to point in the desired direction. The tilt position can also be adjusted.
Loosen the two nuts, if necessary, on either side of the camera mounting frame (use an open end 11/32
wrench). Position the camera and retighten nuts. The camera mounting bracket position can be adjusted
relative to the closeness to the dome by loosening the lock nuts and changing the vertical position of the
camera mounting frame within the slots in the mounting bracket. Refer to Figure 8.
The lens can be manually adjusted. On the 5-50 mm lens, the telephoto/wide adjustment is the front ring, iris
(open and close) is the middle ring and focus (near to infinity) is the end ring. On the 2.6-6 mm lens, focus
(near to infinity) is the front ring and the telephoto/wide adjustment is the end ring; iris is fixed. Refer to Figure
7. On autoiris lenses, a potentiometer is provided for iris adjustment.
After the camera/lens is properly adjusted, the lower dome can be installed. Lift the lower dome up to the
SurveyorVFT and insert the clip of the safety cord from the lower dome into the hole provided on the inside of
the housing to anchor the lower dome. See label inside housing. Holding the lower dome, align the two (2)
molded tabs on the lower dome with the recesses on the inner enclosure. Press the lower dome into the
SurveyorVFT and verify that it snaps into place on both sides. Refer to Figure 10.
Figure 10
Pendant Mount Dome Final Installation
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Outdoor Pendant
After all the cabling is complete, push the SurveyorVFT camera mechanism straight up into the housing. Align
the 2 slots on the camera drive with the tabs in the enclosure, being sure to match up the arrows on both the
drive and in the enclosure. Insert the camera drive into the enclosure until it snaps into place.
Note: Assure that there is no extra slack in the cabling that will interfere with proper installation and
operation. Push any extra cabling up into the mount or pipe.
After the SurveyorVFT is in place, the camera lens can be adjusted. The camera position can be adjusted
horizontally and vertically and rotation about the lens axis (roll). With the camera powered on and video
displayed in a monitor, turn the camera to point in the desired direction. The tilt position can also be adjusted.
Loosen the two nuts, if necessary, on either side of the camera mounting frame (use an open end 11/32
wrench). Position the camera and retighten nuts. The camera mounting bracket position can be adjusted
relative to the closeness to the dome by loosening the lock nuts and changing the vertical position of the
camera mounting frame within the slots in the mounting bracket. Refer to Figure 8.
The lens can be manually adjusted. On the 5-50 mm lens, the telephoto/wide adjustment is the front ring, iris
(open and close) is the middle ring and focus (near to infinity) is the end ring. On the 2.6-6 mm lens, focus
(near to infinity) is the front ring and the telephoto/wide adjustment is the end ring; iris is fixed. Refer to Figure
7. On autoiris lenses, a potentiometer is provided for iris adjustment.
After the camera/lens is properly adjusted, the lower dome can be installed. Lift the lower dome up to the
SurveyorVFT and insert the clip of the safety cord from the lower dome into the hole provided on the inside of
the housing to anchor the lower dome. See label inside housing. Holding the lower dome, align the two (2)
molded tabs on the lower dome with the recesses on the inner enclosure. Press the lower dome into the
SurveyorVFT and verify that it snaps into place on both sides. Tighten the four (4) trim ring screws to hold the
lower dome in place. Refer to Figure 10.
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Installation • 15
Disassembly
The SurveyorVFT Fixed Camera Dome can be easily disassembled by removing the camera mechanism
from the housing or enclosure. A safety cord is always available to safely hang the camera mechanism while
assembling or disassembling.
In-Ceiling Installation
1. Gently pull down on the lower dome’s outside edge, with two hands, until all molded tabs snap out of
place.
2. Push in the tabs to release the camera mechanism from the enclosure. It will hang from the safety cord.
3. If it is necessary to completely remove the camera mechanism, disconnect the safety cord clip and all
cables.
Pendant Installation
1. On outdoor version only, loosen the four (4) trim ring screws from the outdoor lower dome.
2. Gently pull down on the lower dome’s outside edge, with two hands, until all molded tabs snap out of
place.
3. Push in the tabs on the housing until the camera mechanism is released.
4. Allow the SurveyorVFT to gently drop down until it is supported by the safety cord.
5. If it is necessary to completely remove the SurveyorVFT, remove all cable connections and disconnect
the clip on the end of the safety cord from the tab on the enclosure.
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Operation
When power is applied to the camera, the SurveyorVFT fixed dome views the selected scene.
Maintenance
The SurveyorVFT Fixed Camera Dome requires no scheduled maintenance except for the occasional
cleaning of the lower dome.
Care and Cleaning of Lower Dome
1. Always handle the lower dome by the flange and avoid touching the inside surface.
2. If dust or other contaminants accumulate in the dome’s interior, they should be removed with clean dry air
pressure (compressed air cans).
3. If spots, streaks or stains appear on the interior or exterior, they can be removed with a solution isopropyl
alcohol and water using a microwave-safe (aluminum free) paper towel. Dry with clean, dry pressurized
air.
4. Scratches or surface blemishes on the exterior or interior may be removed with a nonabrasive wax using
a soft nonabrasive cleaning cloth. Either liquid or spray cleaner/wax suitable for fine furniture is
acceptable.
Caution: Excessive rubbing of the dome’s surface can cause permanent scratches that may render the
dome unusable.
5. Clean all surfaces with any soft nonabrasive cleaning cloth and cleaning agent suitable for acrylic plastic.
Caution: For warranty protection, implement this instruction exactly as stated.
Fuse Replacement
There is a fuse located in the SurveyorVFT. When necessary, replace it with a fuse of the same value, 0.5 A,
250 V, 5x20 mm slo blo for indoor version; the outdoor version has an additional 1.0 A, 250 V, 5x20 mm slo
blo fuse.
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Operation • 17
Shipping Instructions
Use the following procedure when returning a unit to the factory:
1. Call or write Vicon for a Return Authorization (R.A.) at one of the locations listed below. Record the name
of the Vicon employee who issued the R.A.
Vicon Industries Inc.
89 Arkay Drive
Hauppauge, NY 11788
Phone: 631-952-CCTV (2288); Toll-Free: 1-800-645-9116; Fax: 631-951-CCTV (2288)
For service or returns from countries in Europe, contact:
Vicon Industries Ltd
Brunel Way
Fareham, PO15 5TX
United Kingdom
Phone: +44 (0) 1489 566300; Fax: +44 (0) 1489 566322
2.
Attach a sheet of paper to the unit with the following information:
a.
Name and address of the company returning the unit
b.
Name of the Vicon employee who issued the R.A.
c.
R. A. number
d.
Brief description of the installation
e.
Complete description of the problem and circumstances under which it occurs
f.
Unit’s original date of purchase, if still under warranty
3. Pack the unit carefully. Use the original shipping carton or its equivalent for maximum protection.
4. Mark the R.A. number on the outside of the carton on the shipping label.
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Reference
Coaxial cables used to route video signals to and from the unit must meet the video recommendations in this section.
Caution: Careful selection of the proper cable is essential to obtain the best performance from this
equipment. Vicon assumes no responsibility for poor performance when cables other than those
recommended are installed. In all cases, coaxial cable impedance should be 75 ohms.
Materials
Use only cable with a pure copper center conductor. Do not use cable with either a copper-plated steel or an aluminum
center conductor because these do not transfer signals effectively in the frequency range used in CCTV networks. A
center conductor with low DC resistance is required for effective CCTV operation. Solid-core bare copper conductor is
best suited to video applications, except where flexing occurs. If the coaxial cable will be subjected to flexing during
normal use, select a cable with a stranded center conductor. The preferred dielectric material is cellular (foam)
polyethylene. It has better electrical characteristics than solid polyethylene, but is more vulnerable to moisture. Therefore,
use only solid polyethylene dielectric cable with a heavy exterior insulation in applications subject to moisture. The shield
must be copper braid providing 95% or better coverage.
Cable Types
The most commonly used cable types are RG-59/U and RG-11/U. Each is actually a family of cables with widely varying
electrical characteristics, some of which are not suitable for CCTV applications. Choose a cable type by referring to the
characteristics and maximum distances listed below. The maximum distance for best picture refers to the distance
between the camera and the unit The characteristics of the cables in this table should be used as a guideline when cables
other than Belden are used. Materials and construction must follow the guidelines above. Note that “BC” refers to bare
copper and “TC” refers to tinned copper.
Belden
Type No.
Recommended Coaxial Cable Types
Type
Alpha
West Penn
Center
Type Shield and
Type No.
Type No.
Conductor
% Coverage
RG-11/U
RG-6/U
8213
9248
9847
9804C
811,4811
806,4806
14 Solid BC
18 Solid BC
RG-59/U
RG-59/U
8281
9259
9803
----
815
816
RG-59/U
9659
----
----
20 Solid BC
22 Stranded
BC
22 Stranded
BC
Cable
Type
DC
Resistance
ohms per
1000 feet
(km)
BC braid (95%)
Foil + 61% TC
braid (100%)
2 TC braids (96%)
BC braid (95%)
2.6 (8.5)
7.5 (24.6)
BC braid (95%)
15.0 (49)
9.9 (32.5)
15.0 (49)
Picture Quality vs Cable Length
Maximum
Cable Run*
ft (m)
RG-59/U
RG-6/U
Usable picture
1100 (350)
1500 (450)
Clean picture
820 (250)
1000 (300)
Best picture
400 (120)
530 (160)
For longer cable runs, refer to the Product Specifications for Video Amplifiers.
Picture Quality
RG-11/U
2400 (750)
1600 (500)
820 (250)
1.5-inch Pipe Designation
The standard “1.5-inch pipe” referred to in this manual has actual dimensions of:
Outside diameter: 1.9 inches (48.3 mm).
Inside diameter: 1.61 inches (40.9 mm).
Wall thickness: 0.145 inches (3.37 mm) minimum (ANSI “standard” grade thickness).
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Reference • 19
Twisted-Pair Cable
Caution: Careful selection of the proper cable is essential to obtain the best performance from this
equipment. Vicon assumes no responsibility for poor performance when cables other than
those recommended are installed.
Materials
Use a pure copper stranded or solid conductor with or without a tin plating to obtain a low DC resistance. Do not use cable
with either steel or aluminum stranded conductor because these do not transfer signals effectively for long distances. The
preferred insulation is Polyvinyl chloride (PVC). It has better electrical characteristics than polyethylene and resists flames,
sunlight and most solvents, but is more vulnerable to moisture.
Cable Types
The most commonly used cable types are point-to-point unshielded twisted pair wire, stranded or solid, unjacketed,
24 gauge or thicker. They can be category 2, 3, 4, or 5. The video signal may co-exist in the same wire bundle as other
video, telephone, data, control signals or low-voltage power. It is also acceptable to run the signal adjacent to fluorescent
lights or other power sources (in accordance with National Electrical Code, local and other safety requirements). Make
sure the pair of wires carrying the video signal is sent as a twisted pair (the blue-white/white-blue wires twisted together as
a pair), not a “split pair” (blue-white conductor, part of one pair/orange-white conductor, part of another pair).
Choose a Belden or equivalent cable type by referring to the characteristics and maximum distances listed below. The
characteristics of the cables in the Tables should be used as a guideline when cables other than Belden are used.
Materials and construction must follow the guidelines above.
Wire resistance may be measured with an ohmmeter by shorting the two conductors together at the far end and
measuring the loop-resistance out and back. Compare your readings to the following chart.
Wire Distances
Wire Gauge AWG
Distance ft (m)
18
20
22
24
250 (76)
3Ω
5Ω
8Ω
13Ω
315 (96)
4Ω
6Ω
10Ω
16Ω
397 (121)
5Ω
8Ω
13Ω
21Ω
500 (152)
7Ω
10Ω
17Ω
26Ω
630 (192)
8Ω
13Ω
21Ω
33Ω
794 (242)
10Ω
16Ω
26Ω
41Ω
1000 (305)
13Ω
20Ω
33Ω
52Ω
1260 (384)
16Ω
25Ω
42Ω
66Ω
1587 (484)
21Ω
32Ω
52Ω
83Ω
2000 (610)
26Ω
40Ω
66Ω
104Ω
Note: All quoted distance specifications include any coaxial cable in the run. It is recommended that the wire distance be
measured to ensure that the capability of the product is correct.
Cable Type
Belden1721X
20 • Reference
Recommended Unshielded Twisted-Pair Cable Type
Wire Size Insulation Material Conductor Type Resistance (ohms)
(AWG)
24, Solid
Polyethylene
Bare Copper
100
Number of
Twisted Pairs
1
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Technical Information
ELECTRICAL
Input Voltage:
24 VAC ±20%.
Current:
Indoor: 0.4 A.
Outdoor: 1.1 A.
Power Consumption: Indoor: 10 W.
Outdoor: 27 W.
Heat Equivalent:
heat.
Indoor: 0.6 btu/min (0.14 kg-cal/min).
Outdoor: 1.5 btu/min (0.4 kg-cal/min).
Note: These figures represent the conversion of 100% of the electrical energy to
Actual percentage of heat generated will be less and will vary from product to
product.These figures are provided as an aid in determining the extent of cooling required for
an installation.
Maximum Power Cable Distance:
Wire Size (AWG)
(Annealed Copper
Indoor
Wire)
600 (183)
20
938 (286)
18
1500 (457)
16
2400 (732)
14
3750 (1143)
12
Maximum Distance ft (m)
Connectors:
Power: 2-pin removable screw terminal (P8).
Video: BNC (coax) or screw terminal (twisted pair).
Fuse:
Indoor: 0.5 A, 250 V, 5x20 mm slo blo.
Outdoor: 1.6 A, 250 V, 5x20 mm slo blo, additional.
Radio Frequency
Emission Rating:
Outdoor
220 (67)
344 (105)
550 (168)
880 (268)
1375 (419)
FCC Class A.
CAMERA/LENS
Specifications:
Refer to Table 3.
OPERATIONAL
Tilt and Horizontal
Adjustment:
3 axis adjustment, pan (360°), tilt (95°) and roll (lens may be rotated on its axis 360°).
MECHANICAL
Application:
Indoor and outdoor models.
Mounting:
In-ceiling and pendant models.
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Technical Information • 21
Dimensions:
In-Ceiling
Height: 9.7 in. (246 mm).
Total Diameter: 7.1 in. (180 mm).
Dome Diameter: 5.9 in. (150 mm).
Indoor Pendant
Height: 10.0 in. (254 mm).
Total Diameter: 8.0 in. (203 mm).
Dome Diameter: 5.9 in. (150 mm).
Outdoor Pendant
Height: 10.3 in. (236 mm).
Total Diameter: 9.0 in. (262 mm).
Dome Diameter: 5.9 in. (150 mm).
Weight:
Approximately 2.5 lb (1.1 kg).
Construction:
Plastic, aluminum and steel.
Finish:
Painted black enclosure, off-white housing/sunshield, smoked (gray tint) (indoor) or
clear (outdoor) lower dome.
ENVIRONMENTAL
Operating Temperature
Range:
Indoor: 35 to 122° F (2 to 50° C).
Outdoor: -40 to 122° F (-40 to 50° C).
Operating Humidity:
Indoor: Up to 90% relative, noncondensing.
Outdoor: Up to 100% relative, noncondensing.
Storage Temperature
Range:
-40 to 150° F (-40 to 65° C).
Storage Humidity:
Up to 90% relative, noncondensing.
Wind Load:
Outdoor: heavy rain or snow driven by winds up to 80 mph.
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Table 3
Camera Specifications
Model
Image
Device
Color/
Mono
Resolution
(TV lines)
Sensitivity
fc (lux)
Synchronization
Electronic Iris
(sec)
Signal-to-Noise
Ratio
SVFT-C266M/
SVFT-C266M-C
1/3” CCD,
2:1 interlace,
NTSC/PAL
Color
480
0.07 (0.8)
at 40 IRE,
f/1.6
Internal/Line lock
DIP switch
selectable
1/60 – 1/100,000
(1/50 PAL)
>48 dB (AGC off)
SVFT-C266A/
SVFT-C266A-C
1/3” CCD,
2:1 interlace,
NTSC/PAL
Color
0.07 (0.8)
at 40 IRE,
f/1.6
Internal/Line lock
DIP switch
selectable
1/60 – 1/100,000
(1/50 PAL)
>48 dB (AGC off)
SVFT-C550M/
SVFT-C550M-C
1/3” CCD,
2:1 interlace,
NTSC/PAL
Color
480
0.07 (0.8)
at 40 IRE,
f/1.6
Internal/Line lock
DIP switch
selectable
1/60 – 1/100,000
(1/50 PAL)
SVFT-P266M/
SVFT-P266M-C
1/3” CCD,
2:1 interlace,
NTSC/PAL
Color
480
0.07 (0.8)
at 40 IRE,
f/1.6
Internal/Line lock
DIP switch
selectable
1/60 – 1/100,000
(1/50 PAL)
>48 dB (AGC off)
SVFT-P266A/
SVFT-P266A-C
1/3” CCD,
2:1 interlace,
NTSC/PAL
Color
0.07 (0.8)
at 40 IRE,
f/1.6
Internal/Line lock
DIP switch
selectable
1/60 – 1/100,000
(1/50 PAL)
>48 dB (AGC off)
SVFT-P550M/
SVFT-P550M-C
1/3” CCD,
2:1 interlace,
NTSC/PAL
Color
Internal/Line lock
DIP switch
selectable
1/60 – 1/100,000
(1/50 PAL)
>48 dB (AGC off)
SVFT-W266DNA/
SVFT-W266DNA-C
1/4” CCD,
2:1 interlace,
NTSC/PAL
Color
Color: 480
Mono: 580
0.07 (0.8)
at 40 IRE,
f/1.6
Day: 0.07
(0.8)
Night: 0.0009
(0.01)
at 40 IRE,
f/1.6
Internal/Line lock
DIP switch
selectable
1/60–1/100,000
(1/50 PAL)
>48 dB
(AGC off)
Color
480
0.07 (0.8)
at 40 IRE,
f/1.6
1/60–1/100,000
(1/50 PAL)
>48 dB
(AGC off)
Color
480
Internal/Line lock
DIP switch
selectable
Internal/Line lock
DIP switch
selectable
1/60 – 1/100,000
(1/50 PAL)
>48 dB (AGC off)
SVFT-W266A/
SVFT-W266A-C
SVFT-W550A/
SVFT-W550A-C
1/3 ” ExView
CCD,
2:1 interlace,
NTSC/PAL
1/3” CCD,
2:1 interlace,
NTSC/PAL
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480
480
480
0.07 (0.8)
at 40 IRE,
f/1.6
Technical Information • 23
>48 dB (AGC off)
Lens Specifications
Model
Focal Length
(mm)
SVFT-C266M/
SVFT-C266M-C
SVFT-C266A/
SVFT-C266A-C
SVFT-C550M/
SVFT-C550M-C
SVFT-P266M/
SVFT-P266M-C
SVFT-P266A/
SVFT-P266A-C
SVFT-P550M/
SVFT-P550M-C
SVFT-W266DNA/
SVFT-W266DNA-C
SVFT-W266A/
SVFT-W266A-C
SVFT-W550A/
SVFT-W550A-C
24 • Technical Information
2.6-6 varifocal
with manual iris
2.6-6 varifocal
with autoiris
5-50 varifocal
with manual iris
2.6-6 varifocal
with manual iris
2.6-6 varifocal
with autoiris
5-50 varifocal
with manual iris
2.6-6 varifocal
with autoiris
2.6-6 varifocal
with autoiris
5-50 varifocal
with autoiris
Field-of-View
Horizontal
Vertical
106° - 47.6°
78.2°- 35.8°
106° - 47.6°
78.2°- 35.8°
51.8°- 5.6°
39.2°- 4.3°
106° - 47.6°
78.2°- 35.8°
106° - 47.6°
78.2°- 35.8°
51.8°- 5.6°
39.2°- 4.3°
82.05° - 38.26°
60.32°- 28.66°
106° - 47.6°
78.2°- 35.8°
51.8°- 5.6°
39.2°- 4.3°
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Vicon Standard Equipment Warranty
Vicon Industries Inc. (the “Company”) warrants your equipment to be free from defects in material and workmanship under
Normal Use from the date of original retail purchase for a period of three years, with the following exceptions:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
VCRs, all models: Labor and video heads warranted for 120 days from date of original retail purchase. All other
parts warranted for one year from date of original retail purchase.
Kollector Elite, Kollector Pro and ViconNet Systems (hardware only), all models: Hard Drives warranted for three
years. All other parts warranted for 18 months.
AurorAcorD: Hard drives, floppy drives, CD-R/W, DVD drives and any and all archive media warranted for 18
months. All other parts warranted for three years from date of original retail purchase.
RAID Storage Devices and Hard Drives, all models: Warranted for one year from date of original
retail purchase.
Video monitor CRT (cathode ray tube) and LCD monitors, all models: One year from date of original retail
purchase.
NOVA 1500 CPU: Hard drives, floppy drives, CD-R/W drives and any and all archive media, warranted for 18
months. All other parts warranted for 3 years from date of original retail purchase.
Normal Use excludes prolonged use of lens and pan-and-tilt motors, gear heads, and gears due to continuous
use of “autopan” or “tour” modes of operation. Such continuous operation is outside the scope of this warranty.
Date of retail purchase is the date original end-user takes possession of the equipment, or, at the sole discretion of the
Company, the date the equipment first becomes operational by the original end-user.
The sole remedy under this Warranty is that defective equipment be repaired or (at the Company’s option) replaced, at
Company repair centers, provided the equipment has been authorized for return by the Company, and the return shipment
is prepaid in accordance with policy.
The Company will not be obligated to repair or replace equipment showing abuse or damage, or to parts which in the
judgment of the Company are not defective, or any equipment which may have been tampered with, altered, misused, or
been subject to unauthorized repair.
Software supplied either separately or in hardware is furnished on an “As Is” basis. Vicon does not warrant that
such software shall be error (bug) free. Software support via telephone, if provided at no cost, may be
discontinued at any time without notice at Vicon’s sole discretion. Vicon reserves the right to make changes to
its software in any of its products at any time and without notice.
This Warranty is in lieu of all other conditions and warranties express or implied as to the Goods, including any
warranty of merchantability or fitness and the remedy specified in this Warranty is in lieu of all other remedies
available to the Purchaser.
No one is authorized to assume any liability on behalf of the Company, or impose any obligations on it in connection with
the sale of any Goods, other than that which is specified above. In no event will the Company be liable for indirect, special,
incidental, consequential, or other damages, whether arising from interrupted equipment operation, loss of data,
replacement of equipment or software, costs or repairs undertaken by the Purchaser, or other causes.
This warranty applies to all sales made by the Company or its dealers and shall be governed by the laws of New York
State without regard to its conflict of laws principles. This Warranty shall be enforceable against the Company only in the
courts located in the State of New York.
The form of this Warranty is effective August 2, 2004.
THE TERMS OF THIS WARRANTY APPLY ONLY TO SALES MADE WHILE THIS WARRANTY IS IN EFFECT. THIS
WARRANTY SHALL BE OF NO EFFECT IF AT THE TIME OF SALE A DIFFERENT WARRANTY IS POSTED ON THE
COMPANY’S WEBSITE, WWW.VICON-CCTV.COM. IN THAT EVENT, THE TERMS OF THE POSTED WARRANTY
SHALL APPLY EXCLUSIVELY.
Vicon Part Number: 8006-9010-03-01 Rev 804
XX152-02-00 Rev 1004 SurveyorVFT Fixed Camera Dome
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Vicon Industries Inc.
Corporate Headquarters
89 Arkay Drive
Hauppauge, New York 11788
631-952-CCTV (2288) 800-645-9116
Fax: 631-951-CCTV (2288)
✆Infofax: 800-287-1207
Vicon Europe
Headquarters
Brunel Way
Fareham, PO15 5TX
United Kingdom
+44 (0) 1489 566300
Fax: +44 (0) 1489 566322
Brussels Office
Planet II - Unit E
Leuvensesteenweg 542
B-1930 Zaventem
Belgium
32 (2) 712 8780
Fax: 32 (2) 712 8781
Far East Office
Unit 5, 17/F, Metropole Square
8 On Yiu Street, Shatin
New Territories,
Hong Kong
(852) 2145-7118
Fax: (852) 2145-7117
Internet Address: www.vicon-cctv.com
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