DVTEL 9460 Series IP Mini Dome Quick Install Guide

DVTEL 9460 Series IP Mini Dome Quick Install Guide
DVTel 9480A Series Megapixel Mini-Dome Connections Quick Install Sheet
Connecting Conduit
Megapixel Camera
Alarm/Audio Control Cable
Once the housing is installed in the surface ring the first step is to
install a 3” threaded pipe nipple through the surface ring and thread this
into the ¾ opening on the side of the housing. If using the short Cat 5
jumper provided with the housing it will fit inside a ¾” conduit.
To remove the Megapixel camera from the housing first remove
the camera liner then proceed to remove the 26 pin flat ribbon
cable from the back of the camera. After removing the cable
from the back of the camera the gimble assembly can be
removed by loosening the 3 screws shown below.
The Alarm/Audio cable factory installed. The mating cable
assembly is in the accessory bag. If not using alarms or audio,
it is recommended that the cable be carefully placed back inside
the unit through the conduit opening.
Note: Use appropriate tape or sealant on the threads to maintain the IP
NOTE: When connecting alarms or audio, snap on the EMI suppression
bead provided in the accessory kit, over the factory installed cables to ensure
emissions compliance (FCC part 15, subpart B, class A).
Next you will need to install a Rigid to EMT fitting onto the 3” nipple
Reference item below www.bptfittings.com Part number 291-MS
Connecting the Ethernet Cable
Installing the 12V DC Power Connector
Extended Ethernet Connector
Note: For outdoor installations, apply thread compound or Teflon tape
(not provide) to the threads to seal the dome properly and maintain the
IP rating.
At this point you are ready to connect your conduit to the above fitting.
Proceed as normal with the rest of your pipe work.
RJ45 Connector
Note: The mini domes are provided with an Ethernet jumper cable for
initial configuration. For a permanent installation use Shielded Cat-5 cable
and snap on the EMI suppression bead provided in the accessory kit to
ensure emissions compliance (FCC part 15, subpart B class A).
Choose the required type power lead and connect to the preinstalled quick power connector.
There are three types to choose from:
A: Wire ended power lead
B: Circular power jack
C: Terminal block
DVTel Latitude 5.3.1 Edge Device (Unit) Setup
B. Camera Configuration
This guide provides instructions for configuring an edge device, such as an
encoder, decoder or IP camera, for Latitude 5.x. It assumes that the unit has
been assigned an IP address that is discoverable from at least one Latitude
Archiver. In other words, the unit’s IP address must belong to the IP scheme
defined by one of the networks associated with the Archiver. For information
about assigning your unit an IP address, refer to the unit’s technical
If your unit is an encoder or an IP camera, you will need to configure one or more
1. Click Video on the Side Bar, and then find the camera you would like to
configure in the logical tree and select it.
Note: On the 5.3.1 AdminCenter Side Bar, the Unified Configurator is
available in the Applications Section. This tool provides quick access to
Value Line, Pro Line and Pro Line A IP addressing tools.
A. Discovery
1. Launch AdminCenter and log in.
2. Click Discovery on the Side Bar
3. If configuring a Pro Series or Pro Series A unit whose VSIP port is
outside the 5500 to 5520 range, adjust the range accordingly and save.
For Value Line (9x20) units, there are no discovery ports. If using
password protection, set passcode in the profile and save.
4. Click Start to discover all unit types checked in the Camera and
Encoder window.
5. Click Stop when your unit appears in the discovered units list.
6. Right-click the unit(s), and select Attach and the Archiver to which
you would like to add the unit or select the desired Archiver from the
Archiver drop-down list, and then click the Attach button.
7. Click the Save button at the top of the pane to save your settings and
add the unit(s) to the Archiver.
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2. In the General tab:
Give your camera a meaningful Name.
Set the Analog format to the correct format (NTSC/PAL).
If your network does not fully support multicast, change the Stream
connection type settings (consult with your network administrator)
in the Multicast Configuration pane.
In the Manual Recording pane, configure the Recording lifespan,
which controls how long unlocked clips remain stored, and the
Recording duration, which determines how long the camera is
recorded when a user starts a manual recording session.
In the Image pane, Image Rotation and Orientation can be configured
based upon the specific edge devices capabilities.
3. Select the Video Settings tab. Here you can add Live and Recording Video
4. In the Settings pane, click the Add next to the Coverages drop-down list to add
the desired coverage. You can create custom coverage settings.
5. You can select from either the pre-configured profiles from the Profiles dropdown list or create a custom profile.
6. Click the Recording tab of the Settings pane to configure the Recording Video
settings. Select the desired coverage ands profile or define a custom profile.
7. To configure a dual-streaming device to use only one stream, select the
Recorded quality same as live check box. All fields of the Recording tab will
be disabled.
8. Select the Picture Settings tab (see below).
9. Select the desired coverage ands profile or define a custom profile.
10. Select the Recording Settings tab (see below) to add Recording settings.
11. Select the desired coverage ands profile or define a custom profile.
12. If applicable, select the Linked tab to associate the camera with speakers
and/or microphones.
13. Click the Save button to save your settings.
Picture Settings Tab
Recording Settings Tab
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