A Precautions Regulatory Compliance • Do not attempt the disassemble the camera module mounted within the dome. There are no user-serviceable parts within the camera module. Refer servicing to qualified service personnel. Emissions • Irrespective of whether the camera is in use or not, never face it towards the sun. Use caution when operating the camera in the vicinity of spotlights or other bright lights and light reflecting objects. FCC part 15 Class B CE: EN55011 ICES-003 EN55022 CISPR 11 CISPR 22 ANSI C63.4 Immunity CE: EN50130-4 Safety • Do not operate the camera beyond its temperature, humidity or power source ratings. Please refer to the environmental information provided overleaf. CSA C22.2 UL60065 Weather resistance • Handle the camera with care. Do not abuse the camera. Avoid striking or shaking it. Improper handling or storage could damage the camera. Methods for mounting the enclosure There are three main ways to mount and fix the dome enclosure: A: Flush mount using screws B: Flush mount using locking arms C: Surface mount using the outer ring Note: Always use the template provided. When mounting externally B B1 B1 Turn silver-colored screws clockwise to first extend the locking arms and then tighten them against the mounting surface. Tighten the screws sufficiently to compress the o-ring moisture seals located underneath the screwheads, however: DO NOT OVERTIGHTEN When mounting externally using the four base holes, use the supplied rubber washers (shown in C) within the mounting holes to ensure moisture resistant seals. Ensure that the cable entry through either of the knockout panels is suitably sealed against moisture ingress. Regardless of whether the locking arms are used for installation or are folded away (in favor of another installation method), always ensure that the locking arm screws are tight enough to compress the rubber o-rings to maintain the moisture seal. Packing list Surface mount: NEMA 4X, IP66 Flush mount: NEMA 4X, IP66 FCC COMPLIANCE: This equipment complies with Part 15 of the FCC rules for intentional radiators and Class B digital devices when installed and used in accordance with the instruction manual. Following these rules provides reasonable protection against harmful interference from equipment operated in a commercial area. This equipment should not be installed in a residential area as it can radiate radio frequency energy that could interfere with radio communications, a situation the user would have to fix at their own expense. CISPR 22 WARNING: This is a Class B product. In a domestic environment this product may cause radio interference in which case the user may be required to take adequate measures. POWER SUPPLY REQUIREMENTS: For use with listed Audio/ Video Product and only connected to 15W or less power supply. Power supply should be a NEC Class 2 / LPS Supply. EQUIPMENT MODIFICATION CAUTION: Equipment changes or modifications not expressly approved by Sensormatic Electronics Corporation, the party responsible for FCC compliance, could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment and could create a hazardous condition. RLJ 02/2005 In addition to this installation sheet: • Discover Dome enclosure • 4 x no.12 x 11⁄2” fixing screws • 4 x Rubber sealing washers • 4 x Wall plugs • 1 x Torx key bit Please visit our website for more information www.americandynamics.net C Rubber washers to create moisture seal when fixing externally. © 2005 Sensormatic Electronics Corporation Product specifications subject to change without notice. Certain product names mentioned herein may be trade names and/or registered trademarks of other companies. 8200-0206-27 Rev D # Template Flush mount Surface mount Create an aperture in the mounting surface to a diameter of 4.3” (110mm) as indicated by ‘T5’. Using locking arms: Place the enclosure (with the locking arms retracted) into the opening. Use a cross-head screwdriver to rotate the screws B1 (shown in fig B) until the locking arms, firstly splay out, and then tighten against the inner face of the mounting surface. Tighten the screws sufficiently to compress the o-ring moisture seals located underneath the screwheads, however: DO NOT OVERTIGHTEN. Using screws: Create two holes at template positions ‘T2’ of diameter 1⁄4” (7mm) and insert a brown wall plug into each. Use 2 x (no.12 x 11⁄2”) screws. Create four holes of diameter 1⁄4” (7mm) at template positions ‘T1’. Use 4 x brown wall plugs and 4 x (no.12 x 11⁄2”) screws. When mounting externally, use a rubber washer at each mounting hole in the base to ensure moisture resistant seals. Cable access (in all cases) Use either the base knockout ‘T3’ or the side knock-out ‘T4’ also shown in fig E overleaf. Both knockouts are threaded for use with locking collars (threads are 3⁄4” NPT on the base and 1⁄2” NPT on the side knockout). T2 T1 DISCOVER MINI-DOME Enclosure Installation Sheet T1 T5 T3 T4 T1 T1 T2 E Installing the dome enclosure E6 1 Remove the dome cover Use the supplied Torx driver to loosen (but not remove) the four cover screws. The screws are captive and will be retained in the lid. E6 2 Use the template to mark-out and prepare the mounting area E3 The American Dynamics Discover Mini-Domes were designed to maintain their IP and NEMA ratings independent of the install method chosen. Therefore, all mounting access positions are sealed until they are ready to be used. For example when surface-mounting the housing, first knock out the screw access holes that correspond to the template marks “T1”. This can be accomplished by using a cross-point screwdriver. E2 E6 E1 3 Open the required knock-out panel E1: Threaded base knock-out Carefully drill (or tap out) either the base knock-out (E1) or internal side knock-out (E3) to the size required to allow cable entry. When surface mounting and using the side knock-out (E3), open the cut out (E4) within the outer ring to the required size by cutting away excess material with a hole cutter, sharp knife or side cutters. E2: Washer and screw cable retainer E6 E3: Threaded internal side knock-out E4: External side knock-out E5 4 Mount the dome enclosure E5: Large rubber gasket Using one of the mounting schemes discussed overleaf (Methods for mounting the enclosure), fix the dome enclosure (and outer ring, if necessary) in place. When flush mounting or surface mounting using the outer ring, ensure that the large rubber gasket (E5) is in place under the lip of the dome enclosure. Note: When using the outer ring, the two internal ribs of the outer ring must locate into the slots in the sides of the dome enclosure, adjacent to the two locking arms (which must be retracted). IMPORTANT: If the dome is being mounted externally using the four base holes, use the supplied rubber washers within each of the four mounting holes of the dome base to ensure moisture resistant seals (see fig C overleaf). E6: Cover index slots E4 5 Connect the wiring Feed the preconnected main lead (that terminates in the connections F1 and F2) through the knock-out hole and connect it to your video out and power in cables. A service jack socket (F3) is also provided for temporary video connection when focussing the camera. IMPORTANT: The power supply must be Class 2 certified. IMPORTANT: If the dome is being mounted externally, use a suitable sealant around the cable access hole to ensure a moisture resistant seal. 6 Fit the camera assembly Connect the camera to the fly-connector (F4). For ADCDW cameras only - also connect the OSD lead between the camera and the middle socket of the smaller circuit board. Place the camera chassis/gimbal bracket (G1) onto the three mounting pillars within the enclosure. Insert and tighten the three nickelcolored gimbal securing screws (G2). Note: Gimbal screws are supplied with both the housing and the camera assembly (when supplied separately), therefore, you should have three screws left over. F NEC Class 2 / LPS Supply Required F1 7 Adjust the camera position and test Slightly loosen the three black-colored inner camera chassis locking screws (H1) so that the camera chassis (H2) becomes free to move. Rotate and pan the camera chassis to the required position and then tighten the camera chassis locking screws to fix it in position. Carefully fit the camera liner (I1) over the focussed camera so that it locates fully on the top ring of the camera chassis (I2) and provides an unobstructed view for the camera lens. Note: For specific camera adjustments (i.e. focussing and settings), please see the DISCOVER Dome Camera Sheet. F2 GND 12VDC F7 F3 8 Replace the dome cover Ensure that the o-ring seal is in position, replace the dome cover (four small internal ribs within the cover locate within four corresponding index slots (E6) within the enclosure body - these restrict the lid to only four possible orientations and ensure that the cover screw holes are correctly aligned). Use the supplied Torx key to tighten the four cover screws - DO NOT OVERTIGHTEN. F6 F1: Video output F4 F2: Power 12VDC input F3: Service jack socket F5 F4: Camera lead fly connector F5: Cable trap pillar, washer and screw F6: OSD lead to camera (ADCDW only) F7: OSD controller connector (ADCDW only) I G G2 G2 I1: Camera liner I1 I2: Camera chassis G1 I2 Place the gimbal bracket and camera chassis (G1) onto the three mounting pillars. Insert and tighten the three nickel-colored gimbal securing screws (G2). H H1 H2 H1 Loosen the three black colored camera chassis locking screws (H1). Rotate and pan the camera chassis (H2) to the required position. Carefully re-tighten the three black colored screws (H1).