Network Camera SNC-RH164 SNC-RS86N/RS86P SNC-RS84N/RS84P

Network Camera SNC-RH164 SNC-RS86N/RS86P SNC-RS84N/RS84P
4-154-384-11 (1)
Notes on Use
Vertical smear (SNC-RS86N/RS86P/RS84N/RS84P only)
Before Use
Network Camera
Installation Manual
Before operating the unit, please read this manual thoroughly and
retain it for future reference.
SNC-RH164
SNC-RS86N/RS86P
SNC-RS84N/RS84P
 2009 Sony Corporation
Printed in China
Owner’s Record
 Since the service is Internet-based, there is a risk that the image or audio you
are monitoring can be viewed or used by a third-party via the network. You
should keep in mind that the images or audio you are monitoring may be
protected by privacy and other legal rights, and the responsibility for making
sure you are complying with applicable laws is yours alone.
 Access to the images and audio is protected only by a user name and the
password you set up. No further authentication is provided nor should you
presume that any other protective filtering is done by the service.
 SONY IS NOT RESPONSIBLE, AND ASSUMES ABSOLUTELY NO LIABILITY TO YOU
OR ANYONE ELSE, FOR SERVICE INTERRUPTIONS OR DISCONTINUATIONS OR
EVEN SERVICE CANCELLATION. THE SERVICE IS PROVIDED AS-IS, AND SONY
DISCLAIMS AND EXCLUDES ALL WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, WITH
RESPECT TO THE SERVICE INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, ANY OR ALL
IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR
PURPOSE, OR THAT IT WILL OPERATE ERROR-FREE OR CONTINUOUSLY.
 Security configuration is essential for wireless LAN. Should a problem
occur without setting security, or due to the limitation of the wireless LAN
specifications, SONY shall not be liable for any damage, loss of recorded data
or restoration thereof.
 Always make a test recording, and verify that it was recorded successfully.
SONY WILL NOT BE LIABLE FOR DAMAGES OF ANY KIND INCLUDING, BUT NOT
LIMITED TO, COMPENSATION OR REIMBURSEMENT ON ACCOUNT OF FAILURE
OF THIS UNIT OR ITS RECORDING MEDIA, EXTERNAL STORAGE SYSTEMS OR
ANY OTHER MEDIA OR STORAGE SYSTEMS TO RECORD CONTENT OF ANY TYPE.
 Always verify that the unit is operating properly before use. SONY WILL NOT
BE LIABLE FOR DAMAGES OF ANY KIND INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO,
COMPENSATION OR REIMBURSEMENT ON ACCOUNT OF THE LOSS OF PRESENT
OR PROSPECTIVE PROFITS DUE TO FAILURE OF THIS UNIT, EITHER DURING THE
WARRANTY PERIOD OR AFTER EXPIRATION OF THE WARRANTY, OR FOR ANY
OTHER REASON WHATSOEVER.
 If you lose data by using this unit, SONY accepts no responsibility for
restoration of the data.
Serial No.
WARNING
To avoid electrical shock, do not open the cabinet. Refer
servicing to qualified personnel only.
WARNING
This installation should be made by a qualified service person and should
conform to all local codes.
WARNING
A readily accessible disconnect device shall be incorporated in the building
installation wiring.
WARNING (for Installers only)
Instructions for installing the equipment.
After the installation, ensure the connection is capable of supporting five
times the weight of the equipment downwards.
CAUTION
The rating label is located underneath the Top unit.
CAUTION for LAN port
For safety reasons, do not connect the LAN port to any network devices that
might have excessive voltage.
Power Supply
Caution for U.S.A. and Canada
The SNC-RH164/RS86N/RS84N operates on 24V AC.
Use a Class 2 power supply which is UL Listed (in the U.S.A.) or CSA-certified
(in Canada).
Caution for other countries
The SNC-RH164/RS86P/RS84P operates on 24V AC.
Use a power supply rated 24 V AC which meets the requirements for
SELV (Safety Extra Low Voltage) and complies with Limited Power Source
according to IEC 60950-1 second edition.
For customers in the U.S.A. (SNC-RH164/RS86N/RS84N only)
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject
to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful
interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received,
including interference that may cause undesired operation.
NOTE: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits
for a Class A digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits
are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference
when the equipment is operated in a commercial environment. This
equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if
not installed and used in accordance with the instruction manual, may cause
harmful interference to radio communications. Operation of this equipment
in a residential area is likely to cause harmful interference in which case the
user will be required to correct the interference at his own expense.
You are cautioned that any changes or modifications not expressly approved
in this manual could void your authority to operate this equipment.
All interface cables used to connect peripherals must be shielded in order to
comply with the limits for a digital device pursuant to Subpart B or Part 15 of
FCC Rules.
For customers in Canada (SNC-RH164/RS86N/RS84N only)
This Class A digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003.
Cet appareil numérique de la classe A est conforme à la norme NMB-003 du
Canada.
For the customers in Europe
The manufacturer of this product is Sony Corporation, 1-7-1 Konan, Minatoku, Tokyo, Japan.
The Authorized Representative for EMC and product safety is Sony
Deutschland GmbH, Hedelfinger Strasse 61, 70327 Stuttgart, Germany.
For any service or guarantee matters please refer to the addresses given in
separate service or guarantee documents.
For the customers in Europe, Australia and New Zealand
WARNING
This is a Class A product. In a domestic environment, this product may cause
radio interference in which case the user may be required to take adequate
measures.
In the case that interference should occur, consult your nearest authorized
Sony service facility.
This apparatus shall not be used in the residential area.
ATTENTION
The electromagnetic fields at specific frequencies may influence the picture
of the unit.
The images taken by the system using this device can identify individuals
and thus they fall under “personal information” stipulated in the “Act on the
Protection of Personal Information”. Please handle the video data appropriately
according to law.
 Information recorded using this product may also be “personal information”.
Upon disposal, transfer, repair, or any other occasion where this product or
storage media is passed on to a third party, practice due care in its handling.
Operating or storage location
Avoid operating or storing the camera in the following locations.
 Extremely hot or cold places (Operating temperature: -40 °C to +50 °C [-40 °F
to 122 °F])
 Close to sources of strong magnetism
 Close to sources of powerful electromagnetic radiation, such as radios or TV
transmitters
 Locations subject to vibration or shock
 Locations where radiation or X-rays are emitted
 Near the outdoor unit of an air conditioner or any other place where drastic
temperature changes may occur (this may cause clouding of the dome cover)
 Locations subject to steam or high humidity
 Locations subject to strong wind, such as high places
 Locations where corrosive gas or flammable gas is emitted, or where salt
damage may occur
Ventilation
To prevent heat buildup, do not block air circulation around the camera.
Transportation
 Always turn off the power when carrying.
 When transporting the camera, repack it as originally packed at the factory or
in materials of equal quality.
Grounding
 Always connect the ground cable before connecting the power cable to the
main power supply.
When removing the ground connection, always disconnect the power cable
from the main power supply.
 Check that the ground cable is correctly and securely connected before use.
Installation
Ensure that the dome cover is installed facing perpendicularly downward
without any tilt.
Humidity when installing the device
Install this device under low humidity condition. Otherwise the dome cover may
cloud up during operation.
Using in cold climates
This device is equipped with a built-in heater which automatically operates
when the internal temperature drops significantly low. However, the heater may
not defrost snow and frost attached on the dome cover under a temperature
condition of -40 °C (-40 °F) or below.
Starting and closing under low temperature
 When started under temperature conditions of -10 °C (14 °F) or below, the
camera system may not start operating immediately after start-up. In such a
case, the heater starts and raises the internal temperature, starting the camera
system. It may take about two hours for the camera system to start streaming
normal images.
 If the unit is turned off in an ambient temperature of 0 °C (32 °F) or below,
condensation may occur in the dome cover, which may take some time
to clear after turning the unit on again. In order to prevent the prolonged
condensation, it is recommended that to leave this unit powered on for a short
term recess, in that environment.
Cleaning
 Use a soft, dry cloth to clean the external surfaces of the camera. Stubborn
stains can be removed using a soft cloth dampened with a small quantity of
detergent solution, then wipe dry.
 Do not use volatile solvents such as alcohol, benzene or thinners as they may
damage the surface finishes.
Please consult the store of purchase or authorized Sony dealer if there were
troubles and anomalies.
Note on laser beams
Laser beams may damage image sensors. You are cautioned that the surface of
image sensors should not be exposed to laser beam radiation in an environment
where a laser beam device is used.
Phenomena Specific to Image Sensors
The following phenomena that may occur in images are specific to image
sensors. They do not indicate a malfunction.
White flecks
Although the image sensors are produced with high-precision technologies, fine
white flecks may be generated on the screen in rare cases, caused by cosmic rays,
etc.
This is related to the principle of image sensors and is not a malfunction.
The white flecks especially tend to be seen in the following cases:
- when operating at a high environmental temperature
- when you have raised the gain (sensitivity)
- when using the slow shutter


 AC IN 24V (power input) terminal
Connect to the 24 V AC power supply system.
Aliasing
(continued on the reverse side)
When fine patterns, stripes, or lines are shot, they may appear jagged or flicker.
Data and security
Personal information
Refer to these numbers whenever you call upon your Sony dealer regarding
this product.
Model No.
 Do not lift the camera by the cable.
 If you find condensation when you open the package, turn on the power after
leaving it out for about 60 minutes.
When an extremely bright object, such as a strong spotlight or flashlight, is
being shot, vertical tails may be produced on the screen, or the image may be
distorted.
About the Supplied Manuals
Installation Manual (this document)
This Installation Manual describes the names and functions of parts and controls
of the Network Camera, gives connection examples and explains how to set up
the camera. Be sure to read the Installation Manual before operating.
User’s Guide (stored in the CD-ROM)
The User’s Guide describes how to set up the camera and how to control the
camera via a Web browser.
After installing and connecting the camera correctly, operate referring to this
User’s Guide.
Using the CD-ROM Manuals
The supplied CD-ROM disc includes the User’s Guides for this unit (Japanese,
English, French, German, Spanish, Italian and Chinese versions) in PDF format.
Preparations
The Adobe Reader Version 6.0 or higher must be installed on your computer in
order to use the User’s Guide stored in the CD-ROM disc.
Note
If Adobe Reader is not installed, it may be downloaded from the following URL:
http://www.adobe.com/
Reading the manual in the CD-ROM
1
Insert the CD-ROM in your CD-ROM drive.
A cover page appears automatically in your Web browser.
If it does not appear automatically in the Web browser, double-click on the
index.htm file on the CD-ROM.
2 Select and click on the manual that you want to read.
This opens the PDF file of the manual.
Clicking an item in the Table of Contents allows you jump to the relevant
page.
Notes
 The files may not be displayed properly, depending on the version of Adobe
Reader. In this case, install the latest version, which you can download from
the URL mentioned in “Preparations” above.
 If you have lost or damaged the CD-ROM, you can purchase replacement.
Contact your Sony service representative.
Adobe and Acrobat Reader are trademarks of Adobe Systems Incorporated in the
United States and/or other countries.
Location and Function of Part

Camera (Front)
Top sunshade
 Sunshade
 Dome cover

Camera (Top)
 Built-in wire rope
The wire rope is used for fall-prevention.
 CF card slot
This slot is used for the optional SNCA-CFW5* Wireless Card or recommended
CF memory card.
Insert the SNCA-CFW5* card into the optional Wireless LAN Antenna
SNCA-AN1 and the optional Outdoor Antenna Cable Kit SNCA-CW5 to extend
the communicable distance by wireless LAN.
Notes
 Insert the CF card with its top side facing outward of the unit.
 For inquires regarding verified CF memory cards, contact your authorized
Sony dealer.
* SNCA-CFW5 is not available in some countries and areas. For details,
contact your authorized Sony dealer.
 CF card lever
Press the lever to remove the CF card from the CF card slot.
 Rating Label
This label shows the name of device and its electric rating.
 Camera connection terminal
Connect to the camera connection terminal of the top unit.

Top Unit (Bottom)
 Reset switch
This switch returns the setting of the device to the factory default setting.
1. Move the INIT switch in the direction indicated by  and connect with
camera.
2. Turn on power and wait 1 minute. After the initialization is completed, the
camera starts.
3. Check that the camera has started and turn off the power to remove
camera.
4. Move the INIT switch back to its original position.
Note
 Resetting the device removes all customized settings. It is recommended
that users save the settings as necessary. Instructions on how to save
settings are available in the User’s Guide.
 The reset switch should always be returned to its original position.
Otherwise your device is reset to its factory default setting whenever it is
turned on.
 Camera connection terminal
Connect to the camera connection terminal of the camera.

Cable
 Serial communicable I/O (Input/Output) cable (5 pin)
Provides a serial communicable port.
Use the supplied connection harness 5-pin to connect.
 Alarm I/O (Input/Output) cable (9 pin)
Provides four sensor inputs and two alarm outputs.
Use the supplied connection harness 9-pin to connect.
 LAN (network) cable (RJ45)
Connect to a 10BASE-T or 100BASE-TX network using a network cable (UTP,
category 5).
 Line output terminal (minijack, monaural)
Connect to a speaker with a built-in amplifier.
 Microphone input terminal (minijack, monaural)
Connect a commercially available microphone.
 Video output terminal
Outputs a composite video signal.


 How to install the camera
 How to install the wireless LAN
1, 2
How to install the camera
1 Attach the supplied wire-fixing belt and wire bracket to the mounting arm
2
Mounting arm
(not supplied)
(not supplied). Then secure the wire-fixing belt and wire bracket to the
mounting arm by tightening two nuts.
The fall-prevention wire goes through the hole of the wire bracket. Tighten
the nuts securely to fix the wire bracket.
2 Screw the supplied coupling on the mounting arm.
Hiding cover
O-ring
Top unit
Wiring diagram for sensor input
Mechanical switch/open collector output device
3.3 V
2.2 kohms
If the coupling is attached loosely or loosens, the camera may fall. Securely
put the coupling around the mounting arm so that it will not loosen.
Wire bracket
10 kohms
3 Remove the three bolts from the top part of the camera, and turn the top
unit so the triangular mark aligns with the camera unit, then pull it upward to
remove it from the camera.
Have a 5 mm hex wrench ready to loosen the bolts.
4 Temporarily fix the two supplied bolts in the screw holes in the top part of the
top unit.
Insert the bolts about 3 mm into the screw holes.
5 Connect the cable from the mounting arm and the cable from the top unit.
Then push the connected cable into the mounting arm.
6 Attach the top unit to the mounting arm using the bolts.
Place the bolts temporarily fixed to the top unit in the groove of the coupling
and turn completely in the direction of the arrow. Then tighten the bolts
firmly.
7 Attach the two supplied bolts to the screw holes of the coupling and tighten
them.
8 Hook the fall-prevention wire of the camera on the hole of the wire bracket.
9 Align the respective triangular marks of the camera and top unit and push the
camera into the top unit. Then turn the camera completely in the direction of
the arrow.
10Attach the camera to the top unit using the three bolts which were removed
in step 3.
11Place the supplied waterproof covers on the tightened bolts.
12Separate the provided top sunshade and reattach the separated parts above
the camera to return the top sunshade to its original form.
Wire-fixing belt
Nuts
Washer
Coupling
3
Nut
3, 4
Washer
Bolt
Top unit
Bolts (3)
Top unit
Bolt
Inner cable of
the Antenna
Cable Kit
(optional)
6
MMCX connector
4
Please make sure to attach the top sunshade. The top sunshade prevents the
device from overheating in direct sunlight.

How to install the wireless LAN
The optional Wireless Card (SNCA-CFW5*), Wireless LAN Antenna (SNCA-AN1)
and Outdoor Antenna Cable Kit (SNCA-CW5) is required to use the wireless LAN.
* SNCA-CFW5 is not available in some countries and areas. For details, contact
your authorized Sony dealer.
5
Top unit
1 Remove the top unit following Step 3 of “How to install the camera.”
2 Remove a screw on the top unit and remove the washer, hiding cover and the
Top unit
O-ring.
Note
7
The removed parts are needed for removing the inner cable of the Antenna
Cable Kit. Keep the parts safe, as the loss of the part(s) will impair the
waterproofing characteristic.
Bolts (2)
3 Attach the inner cable of the Outdoor Antenna Cable Kit (SNCA-CW5) to the
MMCX
connector
top unit and tighten it with washer and nut supplied with the cable.
Note
Make sure to tighten the nut; if the nut loosens it will impair the
waterproofing characteristic.
Wireless Card
4 Insert the Wireless Card into the card slot of the camera properly.

Note
Inserting the Wireless Card diagonally may damage the internal components.
The Wireless Card should be inserted perpendicularly.
Top unit
5 Connect the MMCX connector of the Outdoor Antenna Cable Kit to the
connector of the Wireless Card. Then attach the camera to the top unit
following Step 10 of “How to install the camera.”
8, 9
Make sure the cable does not get caught between the camera and the top
unit.
Top unit
Removing the camera
5-pin
9-pin
Connector Connector
LAN
Audio
Output
Mic Video To 24 V
Input Output AC
1 Remove the one screw that secures the top sunshade to the camera in Step
14 of “How to install the camera” to remove the top sunshade.
2 Remove the waterproof covers and three bolts fixed in Step 10 and 11 of
“How to install the camera.”
Camera
3 Turn the top unit to the position where the respective triangular marks of the
camera and top unit align, and pull the camera out downwards.
4 Remove the fall-prevention wire of the camera from the hole of the wire
bracket.

Connect the LAN port of the camera unit to a router or hub in the network using
the network cable (straight, not supplied).

To connect to a computer
Connect the LAN port of the camera unit to the network connector of a
computer using the network cable (cross, not supplied).
Waterproof covers (3)

Connecting the Power Source
 Ensure safe and secure power supply preparation.
 The minijacks and plug are non-lock connectors. After completely inserting
the connector, secure them with plastic tape and the like to prevent the
connectors from disconnected.
 Other connectors are lock type. Make sure you insert them completely.
 The BNC connector is a rotational lock type.
344 (13 5/8)
Bolts (3)
Connect the cable of the 24 V AC power supply system to the
power input terminal (pin 1 and pin 3 ) of the camera.
a
 Take measures to ensure 24 V AC under a maximum current of 4 A.
 Use a 24V AC power source isolated commercial power supply.
 The usable voltage range is as follows:
24 V AC: 21.6 V to 26.4 V
 Use the UL cable (VW-1) for 24 V AC connection.
Top unit
Camera
ø238 (9 3/8)
Unit: mm (inches)
12
Note
Always connect pin 2 (center) to the ground terminal.
Power cable length and voltage drop
Top sunshades
Installation
Power supply at 24V AC
Notes
 The mounting arm (not supplied) to which the device is attached should have
fixing screws of NPT 11/2”.
 When you install the camera, make sure you do not damage or spoil the dome
cover.
 Ensure that the device is level, with the dome cover facing down.
 The lens zoom and angle may result in a blurred or inclined image within the
range above the line of the dome cover ( a).
Warning
Align the
trianglar marks
Camera inside
Outside
24 V DC
R
Alarm Output +
Magnet relay
24 V AC
24 V DC
1 A or less
Circuit example
 If installing the camera in high location, such as high wall, entrust the
installation to a professional contractor or service personnel.
 The camera should be securely installed on a location strong enough to
support the weight of the camera and the mounting arm. Otherwise, the
camera and mounting arm may fall and cause serious injury.
 For the fall-prevention of the camera, make sure to use the wire rope.
 If the bolts are attached loosely or loosen, the camera and parts may fall. There
may also be a risk of water leakage. Make sure to tighten the bolts and screws
so that they will not loosen.
 Check the camera is attached securely, the screws, etc. are not loosened
periodically, at the least once a year. Depending on the usage conditions,
periodic inspections should be conducted more frequently.
Size: AWG
(Cable diameter
(mm))
AWG22
(φ0.76)
AWG20
(φ0.94)
AWG18
(φ1.21)
AWG16
(φ1.53)
Maximum
length
(m (feet))
2.5 (8)
4 (13)
6 (20)
10 (33)
Voltage drop
(approx.) (V)
1.2
1.2
1.1
1.2
Serial communicable In/Out (5 pin)
Alarm In/Out (9 pin)
RS232C
1
Pin
No.
RS422/
RS485
(Full)
RS485
(Half)
Rx−
Tx−/
Rx−
Yellow
1
Alarm out 2−
Purple
Tx+/
Rx+
Orange
2
Alarm out 2+
Purple
Blue
2
Rx
Rx+
3
Tx
Color
Pin name
Color
ProtocolTCP/IP, ARP, ICMP, HTTP, FTP (server/client), SMTP
(client), DHCP (client), DNS (client), NTP (client),
SNMP (MIB-2), RTP/RTCP
Compression
Video compression formatJPEG/MPEG4/H.264
Audio compression formatG.711/G.726 (40,32,24,16 kbps)
Maximum frame rateSNC-RH164: JPEG/MPEG4/H.264: 30fps
(1280×720)
SNC-RS86N/RS86P/RS84N/RS84P: JPEG/MPEG4/
H.264: 30fps (720×480)
Camera
Camera systemSNC-RH164: Camera HD (720P)
SNC-RS86N/RS86P/RS84N/RS84P: Camera SD
Signal systemSNC-RH164:
NTSC colour/PAL colour switching system
SNC-RS86N/RS84N: NTSC colour system
SNC-RS86P/RS84P: PAL colour system
Image deviceSNC-RH164: 1/3 type CMOS
SNC-RS86N/RS86P/RS84N/RS84P:
1/4 type interline transfer CCD
Effective picture elements
SNC-RH164: Approx. 2 million
SNC-RS86N/RS84N: Approx. 380,000 (NTSC)
SNC-RS86P/RS84P: Approx. 440,000 (PAL)
Synchronisation system SNC-RH164: Internal synchronisation system
SNC-RS86N/RS86P/RS84N/RS84P:
Internal/Power synchronisation switching
Minimum illumination SNC-RH164: 2.1 lx (F1.8/AGC ON/50 IRE)
SNC-RS86N/RS86P: 0.8 lx (F1.6/AGC ON/50 IRE)
SNC-RS84N/RS84P: 0.4 lx (F1.4/AGC ON/50 IRE)
Horizontal resolution SNC-RH164: 480 TV (analogue video output)
SNC-RS86N/RS86P/RS84N/RS84P:
530 TV (analogue video output)
Video S/N (AGC 0 dB)50 dB or more
Forcus distanceSNC-RH164: 5.1 to 51 mm
SNC-RS86N/RS86P: 3.4 to 122.4 mm
SNC-RS84N/RS84P: 4.1 to 73.8 mm
Maximum SNC-RH164: F1.8(wide), F2.1 (tele)
SNC-RS86N/RS86P: F1.6 (wide), F4.5 (tele)
SNC-RS84N/RS84P: F1.4 (wide), F3.0 (tele)
Minimum object distanceSNC-RH164: 10mm (wide) to 800mm (tele)
SNC-RS86N/RS86P: 320mm (wide) to 1500mm
(tele)
SNC-RS84N/RS84P: 290mm (wide) to 800mm
(tele)
Mechanism
Network port10BASE-T/100BASE-TX, auto negotiation (RJ-45)
I/O portSensor input : × 4, make contact
Alarm output : × 2, 24 V AC/DC, 1 A
(mechanical relay outputs electrically isolated
from the camera)
Video outputVIDEO OUT: BNC, 1.0 Vp-p,
75 ohms, unbalanced, sync negative
CF card slotCF Type I/II
Microphone inputMinijack (monaural)
Plug-in-power supported (rated voltage: 2.5 V
DC)
Recommended load impedance 2.2 khoms
* A selector menu allows switching between
microphone input and line input
Line inputMinijack (monaural)
Recommended load impedance 10 kohms
* A selector menu allows switching between
microphone input and line input
Line outputMinijack (monaural), Maximum output level:
1 Vrms
Others
Power supply24 V AC ± 10%, 50/60 Hz
Power consumptionSNC-RH164: Max. 80W
SNC-RS86N/RS86P/RS84N/RS84P: Max. 78W
Operating temperature–40 °C to +50 °C (–40 °F to 122 °F)
Storage temperature–20 °C to +60 °C (–4 °F to +140 °F)
Operating humidity10% to 90% (Ensure no condensation)
Storage humidity10% to 90%
Dimensions  (Diameter/Height)
ø
238 x 344 mm (ø9 3/8 x 13 5/8 inches)
(without the projecting parts)
MassApprox. 4.3 kg (9 lb 8 oz)
Supplied accessoriesTop sunshade (1)
Coupling (1)
Wire fixing belt (1)
Bolts (4)
Connection harness 5-pin (1)
Connection harness 9-pin (1)
Installation manual (1 set)
CD-ROM (User’s Guide, supplied programs) (1)
Waterproof covers (3)
Optional accessories
Design and specifications are subject to change without notice.
Recommendation of Periodic Inspections
Tx−
Red
3
Alarm out 1−
Tx+
Brown
4
Alarm out 1+
Blue
5
GND
Black
5
Sensor in 4
Yellow
Before installation
6
Sensor in 3
Orange
Referring to the installation manual of the mounting arm (not supplied), drill the
required holes for the mounting screws and the connection cable. Then install
the mount arm in advance.
7
Sensor in 2
Red
8
Sensor in 1
Brown
9
GND
Black

Network
* SNCA-CFW5 is not available in some countries and areas. For details, contact
your authorized Sony dealer.
Pin name
Pin
No.
Specifications
Wireless CardSNCA-CFW5*
Wireless LAN AntennaSNCA-AN1
Outdoor Antenna Cable KitSNCA-CW5
Pin alignment of I/O cable (supplied)
4
How to Install
GND
Interface
Connecting to the Network
Screw
Wiring diagram for alarm output
Pan360°, endless rotation
Maximum speed: 400°/s
Tilt210° (with auto invert function)
Maximum speed: 400°/s
Connection
Top sunshade
Open collector
output device
GND
Lens
Note
13, 14
GND
Alarm Output –
push the top sunshade into the camera. Then turn the sunshade completely
in the direction of the arrow.
14Secure the camera and top sunshade using the screw on the top sunshade.
Card slot
10, 11
GND
13Align the respective triangular marks of the camera and top sunshade and
Note
Aligh the
Trianglar
marks
or
Note
Camera
Fall-prevention
wire
Mechanical
switch
10 kohms
Run the fall-prevention wire through the top sunshade.
Wireless Card (optional)
Bolts (2)
Outside
10 kohms
Note
Screws
Camera inside
In case using this device over an extended period of time, please have it
inspected periodically for safe use.
It may appear flawless, but the components may have deteriorated over
time, which may cause a malfunction or accident.
For details, please consult the store of purchase or an authorized Sony
dealer.
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