Manual IPPTZ EL2MPL12X Mini I

Intelligent Speed Dome Installation Manual
Version 1.0.0
Table of Contents
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INTELLIGENT SPEED DOME INSTALLATION.................................................. 1
1.1
Installation Environments ..................................................................................................................... 1
1.2
Check installation space and installation location intension ........................................................... 1
1.3
About cable............................................................................................................................................. 1
1.4
Please keep all package material well for future use....................................................................... 1
2
SETUP BEFORE INSTALLATION ...................................................................... 2
2.1
Check Accessories................................................................................................................................ 2
2.2
Open Device........................................................................................................................................... 2
2.3
Initial Setup ............................................................................................................................................. 2
2.4
Dial Switch Setup (For Analog Speed Dome Only).......................................................................... 3
2.4.1
Dial Switch Buttons........................................................................................................................... 3
2.4.2
Baud Rate and Parity Setup............................................................................................................ 4
2.4.3
Address .............................................................................................................................................. 5
2.4.4
Terminal Matching Resistance Setup ............................................................................................ 5
3
CEILING MOUNT................................................................................................ 7
3.1
Installation Components ....................................................................................................................... 7
3.2
Ceiling Mount Installation Steps .......................................................................................................... 7
3.2.1
Installation Environments................................................................................................................. 7
3.2.2
Installation Steps............................................................................................................................... 7
3.2.3
Cable Connection ............................................................................................................................. 9
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WALL MOUNT BRACKET INSTALLATION...................................................... 10
4.1
Component Installation ....................................................................................................................... 10
4.2
Wall Mount Installation Steps ............................................................................................................ 10
4.2.1
Installation Environments............................................................................................................... 10
4.2.2
Installation Steps............................................................................................................................. 10
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IN-CEILING MOUNT BRACKET INSTALLATION ............................................ 13
5.1
Component Installation ....................................................................................................................... 13
5.2
Installation............................................................................................................................................. 13
5.2.1
Installation Requirements .............................................................................................................. 13
5.2.2
Installation Steps............................................................................................................................. 13
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APPENDIX Ⅰ THUNDER PROOF AND SURGE PROTECTION ....................... 16
7
APPENDIX Ⅱ ABOUT RS485 BUS ................................................................... 17
7.1
RS485 Bus Main Feature ................................................................................................................... 17
7.2
RS485 Bus Transmission Distance .................................................................................................. 17
7.3
The Problem in Practical Use ............................................................................................................ 17
7.4
RS485 Bus FAQ .................................................................................................................................. 18
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APPENDIX Ⅲ THE 24V AC WIRE GAUGE AND TRANSMISSION DISTANCE
RELATIONSHIP SHEET .......................................................................................... 19
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APPENDIX Ⅳ12V AC WIRE GAUGE AND TRANSMISSION DISTANCE
RELATIONSHIP SHEET .......................................................................................... 20
10 APPENDIX V WIRE GAUGE REFERENCE SHEET ........................................ 21
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Welcome
Thank you for purchasing our speed dome!
Please read the following safeguards and warnings carefully before you install or use the
product!
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Important Safeguards and Warnings
Safety Measures
1. Qualified Engineer Needed
z
The installation engineer or maintenance engineer shall have corresponding CCTV system
installation certificate or maintenance qualification certificate.
z
The installation engineer or maintenance engineer shall have qualification certificate for work
at height.
z
The installation engineer or maintenance engineer shall have the basic knowledge and
operation technique for low-voltage cable layout and low-voltage electronic cable connection.
z
Please read the installation manual carefully and keep it well for future reference,
z
We are not liable for any problems caused by unauthorized modifications or attempted repair.
2. Lifting Appliance Requirement
z
Please select the proper speed dome installation mode and use the lifting appliances at the
safety environment.
z
The lifting appliances shall have the enough capacity to reach the installation height.
z
The lifting appliances shall have safe performance.
The precaution measures include two types: Warning and Note.
z
z
Warning: It is to alert you there is an optional risk of death or series injury!
Note: It is to alert you there is an optional risk of damage or property loss!
Warning
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
All installation and operation here should conform to your local electrical safety codes. We
assume no liability or responsibility for all the fires or electrical shock caused by improper
handling or installation.
Be sure to use all the accessories (such as power adapter) recommended by manufacturer.
Do not connect several speed domes to one power adapter. It may result in overheat or fire
if it exceeds the rated load.
Before you connect the cable, install or uninstall, or begin the daily maintenance work,
please turn off the power and unplug the power cable.
Please make sure the produce is secure firmly on the wall or the ceiling.
Please turn off the power and unplug the power cable, If there is any smoke, disgusting
smell, or noise. Please contact your local retailer or customer service centre for help.
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7.
All the examination and repair work should be done by the qualified service engineers. We
are not liable for any problems caused by unauthorized modifications or attempted repair.
Note
1. Safety Transportation
z
z
z
Heavy stress, violent vibration or water splash are not allowed during transportation, storage
and installation.
This series product must use split type package during the transportation.
We are not liable for any damage or problem resulting from the integrated package during
the transportation.
2. When device is malfunction
Shut down the device and disconnect the power cable immediately if there is smoke, abnormal
smell or abnormal function. Please contact your local retailer ASAP.
3. Do not try to dismantle or modify the device
z
z
There is risk of personal injury or device damage resulting from opening the shell.
Please contact your local retailer if there is internal setup or maintenance requirement.
z
We are not liable for any problems caused by unauthorized modifications or attempted repair.
4. Do not allow other object falling into the device
z
z
z
Please make sure there is no metal or inflammable, explosive substance in the speed dome.
The above mentioned objects in the device may result in fire, short-circuit or damage.
Please shut down the device and disconnect the power cable if there is water or liquid falling
into the camera. Please contact your local retailer ASAP.
z
Please pay attention to the camera. Avoid the sea water or rain to erode the camera.
5. Handle carefully
Do not allow this series product fall down to the ground.
Avoid heavy vibration.
6. Installation Environment Requirement
z
This series speed dome should be installed in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight,
inflammable, explosive substances and etc.
z
This series product shall be away from the strong electromagnetism radiant, please keep it
away from wireless power, TV transmitter, transformer and etc.
7. Daily Maintenance
z
Please use the soft cloth to clean dust on the shell, or you can use soft cloth with cleaning
liquid to clean the shell and then use soft cloth to make it dry.
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z
Do not use gasoline, dope thinner or other chemical material to clean the shell. It may result
in shell transfiguration or paint flake.
z
Do not allow the plastic or rubber material to touch the shell for a long time. It may result in
paint flake.
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1 INTELLIGENT SPEED DOME INSTALLATION
1.1 Installation Environments
Basic Requirement
z
z
All installation and operation here should conform to your local electrical safety codes.
Before installation, please open the package and check all the components are included.
Please make sure the speed dome installation environment and installation mode can meet
your requirement. If there is special requirement, please contact your local retailer for more
information.
z
We assume no liability or responsibility for all the fires or electrical shock caused by
improper handling or installation.
1.2 Check installation space and installation location intension
Please make sure the installation environment has enough space to install the speed dome and
its corresponding bracket.
Please make sure the ceiling, wall and the bracket can support the speed dome and its
corresponding installation component. It shall sustain the 8X weight of the speed dome.
1.3 About cable
Please select the cable according to your transmission distance.
The minimum video coaxial-cable requirement is:
z 75 ohm.
z Full cable with copper conductor
z
95% knitted copper shield
International Model
Max Distance
(Ft\M)
RG59/U
750ft (229m)
RG6/U
1,000ft (305m)
RG11/U
1,500ft (457m)
z Please refer to Appendix 2 for RS485 communication cable information.
Select eclectic wire according to your transmission distance:
z For 24V AC series product, please refer to Appendix 3.
z For 12V DC series product, please refer to Appendix 4.
1.4 Please keep all package material well for future use
Please keep speed dome package material well in case you need to send it back to your local
retailer or manufacturer for maintenance work.
Non-original package material may result in device damage during the transportation.
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2 SETUP BEFORE INSTALLATION
2.1 Check Accessories
Before the installation, please check the accessories one by one according to the packing list.
Please make sure all the components listed are included.
2.2 Open Device
This section is for intelligent analog speed dome, intelligent network speed dome, and intelligent
tracking speed dome.
Remove the package and then take out the device. Open the transparent cover and take out the
packing material EPE around the speed dome drive. Please remove the paster from the pedestal.
See Figure 2-1.
Figure 2-1
2.3 Initial Setup
The default setup is:
z Address: 1
z Baud rate: 9600
z Parity: None
z
120Ω resistance: OFF
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2.4 Dial Switch Setup (For Analog Speed Dome Only)
The following operation is based on the ceiling mount speed dome. Here we are going to set
speed dome address, baud rate and etc. There are two dial switches on the PTZ for you to set
address, baud rate and etc. See Figure 2-2.
Figure 2-2
2.4.1 Dial Switch Buttons
Before you control speed dome, please set the speed dome address, baud rate, parity.
Otherwise, you can not control the device! See Figure 2-3.
Open speed dome transparent enclosure, you can view the dial switch buttons on the PTZ main
board. You can follow the steps listed below to set the speed dome address, baud rate, and
parity. Please note you need to restart the device to activate the new setup!
For wall mount speed dome, you need to take out the packing material EPE, set the dial switch
buttons and then put it back to the transparent enclosure module.
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Figure 2-3
There are two dial switch buttons on the PTZ. You can use them to set speed dome address,
baud rate, and parity respectively. It is 1 when you set the button as ON.
For the protocol dial switch, you can refer to the following sheet. 1 is the lowest bit and the 8 is
the highest bit.
Please note the intelligent speed dome can automatically recognize the industrial
standard protocol, PELCO-D. PELCO-P. Usually you do not need to set the protocol.
2.4.2 Baud Rate and Parity Setup
For the dial switch button 1-4. 1 and 2 is to set baud rate. 3 and 4 is to set parity. Please refer to
the following figure for detailed information. See Figure 2-4.
Figure 2-4
Please refer to the baud rate sheet for detailed information.
1
2
Baud Rate
OFF
OFF
9600bps
ON
OFF
4800bps
OFF
ON
2400bps
ON
ON
1200bps
Please refer to the parity setup sheet for detailed information.
3
4
Parity
OFF
OFF
NONE
ON
OFF
EVEN
OFF
ON
ODD
4
ON
ON
NONE
2.4.3 Address
The address interface is shown as in Figure 2-5.
Figure 2-5
The encode mode adopts binary system. 1 to 8 is valid bit. The highest address bit is 255. You
can refer to the following sheet for more information.
Address
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
1
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
2
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
3
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
4
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
5
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
6
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
7
ON
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
8
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
……
…………………………………………………………………
254
OFF
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
255
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
2.4.4 Terminal Matching Resistance Setup
There is terminal resistance 120Ω on the main board. There are two modes: See Figure 2-6.
120Ω
1-2
ON
2-3
OFF
Figure 2-6
The factory default setup is shown as in Figure 2-7. Right now, the jumper (Connection board) is
on the pin 2 and pin 3. The 120Ω resistance does not connect to the device.
Figure 2-7
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If you want to connect the 120Ω resistance, please remove the jumper from the pin 2 and pin 3
and connect to pin 1 and pin 2. Now the 120Ω is connected to the circuit. See Figure 2-8.
Figure 2-8
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3 CEILING MOUNT
3.1 Installation Components
The ceiling mount installation component is shown as in Figure 3-1.
Figure 3-1
3.2 Ceiling Mount Installation Steps
3.2.1 Installation Environments
The ceiling mount speed dome can be installed in the hard construction wall in the indoor
environments. Before the installation, please make sure:
z The wall is thick enough to install the expansion bolt.
z The ceiling can at least sustain the 8x weight of the speed dome, bracket and the
accessories.
3.2.2 Installation Steps
1)
2)
The ceiling installation has two cable exit modes: One is to pull the cable through the
side cable exit of the speed dome without dig holes on the ceiling. The other is to dig
holes on the ceiling and pull the cable through the ceiling.
Confirm installation position and cable exit mode. Use the ceiling installation position
map to dig holes on the ceiling and then put the four plastic expansion bolts firmly.
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3)
In Figure 3-2, pull the cable according to your cable exit mode. And then use four
screws (working with insulated sleeve) to secure the pedestal of ceiling mount speed
dome on the ceiling. Turn the screws to the plastic expansion bolts.
Figure 3-2
4)
In Figure 3-3, line up the arrow symbol on the speed dome external enclosure to the bar
symbol of the pedestal. Use three screws (provided) to secure the external enclosure
on the pedestal and fix firmly.
Figure 3-3
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3.2.3 Cable Connection
The step listed below is for ceiling, in-ceiling or wall mount series product.
Please connect the power cable, video output cable, RS485 control cable, alarm input/output pin
of the intelligent speed dome composite cable according to your actual requirements. Pleas use
insulation tape to seal the cable connection ports to do proper waterproof work.
Note
The video port is covered the heat shrink tube of high shrinking ratio. After the video
connection, please heat the tube to make sure the video port is damp proof and water
proof.
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4 WALL MOUNT BRACKET INSTALLATION
4.1 Component Installation
The wall mount bracket and outdoor speed dome is shown as in Figure 4-1.
Figure 4-1
4.2 Wall Mount Installation Steps
4.2.1 Installation Environments
The wall mount speed dome can be installed in the hard construction wall in the indoor or
outdoor environments. Before the installation, please make sure:
z The wall is thick enough to install the expansion bolt.
z The ceiling can at least sustain the 8x weight of the speed dome, bracket and the
accessories.
4.2.2 Installation Steps
1)
Dig a hole of 50mm diameter for cable exit in the installation wall.
2)
In Figure 4-2, connect the adapter block to the internal thread of the wall mount bracket,
until it reaches the end and then fix the set screw. Pull the intelligent speed dome
composite cable through the adapter block and pull it out of the other end of the wall
mount bracket. Line up the hook at the top of the external enclosure to the inside hole of
the adapter block and then push it to the end, and then secure the three screws of the
adapter block firmly. Please note this step is very important. Please make sure the
screws are firm, otherwise, it may result in falling risk of the intelligent speed
dome.
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Figure 4-2
3)
Dig holes in the wall according to the installation holes at the bottom of the wall mount
bracket. Please make sure the cable exit of the bracket is facing the round hole of the
wall. Insert expansion bolts (not provided) to the holes you just dug. Connect the
composition cable and then pull it through the hole in the wall. Use four hex screws and
flat washer to secure the bracket on the wall of the expansion bolts. See Figure 4-3.
Figure 4-3
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Now the installation is complete. See Figure 4-4.
Figure 4-4
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5 IN-CEILING MOUNT BRACKET INSTALLATION
5.1 Component Installation
The in-ceiling bracket and speed dome body is shown as below. See Figure 5-1.
Figure 5-1
5.2 Installation
5.2.1 Installation Requirements
The in-ceiling mount speed dome can be installed in the hard construction wall in the indoor
environments. Before the installation, please make sure:
z The ceiling thickness ranges from 10-40mm.
z The ceiling can at least sustain the 8x weight of the speed dome, bracket and the
accessories.
5.2.2 Installation Steps
Please confirm installation position and paste the in-ceiling installation position map to dig holes.
See Figure 5-2.
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Figure 5-2
Connect the composition cable and then put the cable to the hole you just dug. Push the inceiling bracket and dome body to the hole you just dug. Turn the fastening screw to secure the
hanging board. See Figure 5-3.
Figure 5-3
In Figure 5-4, use three screws to secure the in-ceiling decoration enclosure component to the
in-ceiling bracket components and fix them firmly. See Figure 5-5.
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Figure 5-4
After the installation, the interface is shown as in Figure 5-5.
Figure 5-5
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6 APPENDIX Ⅰ THUNDER PROOF AND SURGE
PROTECTION
This series speed dome adopts TVS lighting protection technology. It can effectively prevent
damages from various pulse signals below 4000W, such as sudden lighting and surge. While
maintaining your local electrical safety code, you still need to take necessary precaution
measures when installing the speed dome in the outdoor environment.
z
z
z
z
z
z
The distance between the signal transmission cable and high-voltage device (or high-voltage
cable) shall be at least 50 meters.
Outdoor cable layout shall go under the penthouse if possible.
For vast land, please use sealing steel tube under the land to implement cable layout and
connects one point to the earth. Open floor cable layout is forbidden.
In area of strong thunderstorm hit or near high sensitive voltage (such as near high-voltage
transformer substation), you need to install additional high-power thunder protection device
or lightning rod.
The thunder protection and earth of the outdoor device and cable shall be considered in the
building whole thunder protection and conform to your local national or industry standard.
System shall adopt equal-potential wiring. The earth device shall meet anti-jamming and at
the same time conforms to your local electrical safety code. The earth device shall not short
circuit to N (neutral) line of high voltage power grid or mixed with other wires. When connect
the system to the earth alone, the earth resistance shall not be more than 4Ω and earth
cable cross-sectional area shall below 25 mm2. See Figure 6-1.
Figure 6-1
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7 APPENDIX Ⅱ ABOUT RS485 BUS
7.1 RS485 Bus Main Feature
RS485 is semi duplex communication cable of impedance 120Ω. Its max load amount is 32
effective loads (including main control device and devices to be charged).
7.2 RS485 Bus Transmission Distance
When we take 0.56mm (24AWG) twisted-pair as communication cable, the max transmission
distance (theoretically) are listed below (according to different baud rates).
Baud Rate Max Distance
2400 BPS 1800M
4800 BPS 1200M
9600 BPS 800M
In the following situations, the max transmission distance shall become shorter accordingly:
z The communication cable is a little bit thin;
z The surrounding environment has strong electromagnetic interference;
z There are too much devices connected to the RS485 bus;
And vice versa, the max transmission distance shall become longer.
7.3 The Problem in Practical Use
In practical usage, we usually adopt star type connection. The terminal resistance shall connect
to the furthest two devices (Such as device 1# and device 15# in Figure 7-1 ). But this connection
way does not conform to RS485 Bus standard. When the distances between devices are too
long, the signal reflection occurs and anti-jamming decreases, thus the signal reliability becomes
very low. You can see speed dome is not under control or speed dome is running automatically
and can not stop.
Figure 7-1
In this situation, we recommend RS485 distributor. This device can turn star type connection into
the connection that conforms to RS485 bus industry standard, which can avoid the above
mentioned problems and enhance communication reliability. See Figure 7-2.
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Figure 7-2
7.4 RS485 Bus FAQ
Phenomenon
Speed dome
can run selfdiagnosis but I
can not control
it.
I can control
the speed
dome but is not
smooth
Possible Reasons
z Host address(baud rate) and
speed dome address(baud rate)
are not match;
z Positive and negative end of
RS485 Bus are misconnected;
z Connection cable is loose;
z RS485 Bus connection are cut
off;
z RS485 Bus connection are not
good;
z One RS485 bus is off;
z The distance between host and
speed dome is too far;
z Parallel connected too much
speed domes.
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Solution
z Modify host or speed dome setup ;
z Switch RS485 positive end and
negative end;
z Fix connection cable firmly;
z Replace RS485 Bus.
z
z
z
z
Connect RS 485 Bus again;
Replace RS485 Bus;
Add terminal matching resistance;
Add RS485 distributor.
8 APPENDIX Ⅲ THE 24V AC WIRE GAUGE AND
TRANSMISSION DISTANCE RELATIONSHIP SHEET
It is the recommended transmission distance when the cable diameter is fixed and the 24V AC
power consumption is below 10%. For the AC device, the max permission voltage power
consumption is 10%. For example, when a device of rated power 20W installed from the
transformer 141 inches (42m), then the min cable diameter is 0.8000mm.
For this series product, you can refer to the following information:
z Ceiling and in-ceiling series product, please select the wire of the 20W transmission
power.
z For outdoor intelligent speed dome, please select the wire of the 30W transmission
power.
Feet(m)
mm
0.8000
1.000
1.250
2.000
283 (86)
141 (42)
94 (28)
70 (21)
56 (17)
47 (14)
40 (12)
35 (10)
31 (9)
28 (8)
25 (7)
23 (7)
21 (6)
20 (6)
18 (5)
17 (5)
16 (4)
15 (4)
14 (4)
14 (4)
451 (137)
225 (68)
150 (45)
112 (34)
90 (27)
75 (22)
64 (19)
56 (17)
50 (15)
45 (13)
41 (12)
37 (11)
34 (10)
32 (9)
30 (9)
28 (8)
26 (7)
25 (7)
23 (7)
22 (6)
716 (218)
358 (109)
238 (72)
179 (54)
143 (43)
119 (36)
102 (31)
89 (27)
79 (24)
71 (21)
65 (19)
59 (17)
55 (16)
51 (15)
47 (14)
44 (13)
42 (12)
39 (11)
37 (11)
35 (10)
1811 (551)
905 (275)
603 (183)
452 (137)
362 (110)
301 (91)
258 (78)
226 (68)
201 (61)
181 (55)
164 (49)
150 (45)
139 (42)
129 (39)
120 (36)
113 (34)
106 (32)
100 (30)
95 (28)
90 (27)
W
10
20
30
40
50
60
70
80
90
100
110
120
130
140
150
160
170
180
190
200
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APPENDIX Ⅳ12V AC WIRE GAUGE AND
TRANSMISSION DISTANCE RELATIONSHIP SHEET
The recommended max transmission distance is under the following environments: The wire
diameter is fixed and the DC 12V power voltage loss rate is below 10%. For the device of DC
power supplying, the max allowed voltage loss rate is 10%.
Feet (m)
mm
0.8000
1.000
1.250
2.000
62 (18)
51 (15)
41 (12)
31 (9)
20 (6)
15 (4)
12 (3)
96 (29)
80 (24)
64(19)
48 (14)
32 (9)
24 (7)
19 (5)
151(45)
126 (37)
100 (30)
75 (22)
50 (15)
37 (11)
30 (9)
387 (116)
323 (96)
258 (77)
193 (58)
129 (38)
96 (29)
77 (23)
W
10
12
15
20
30
40
50
Note
All the wires listed in the above sheet are copper wire. (Copper wire resistance
)
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10APPENDIX V WIRE GAUGE REFERENCE SHEET
Metric bare wire
diameter
(mm)
0.050
0.060
0.070
0.080
0.090
0.100
0.110
0.130
0.140
0.160
0.180
0.200
0.230
0.250
0.290
0.330
0.350
0.400
0.450
0.560
0.600
0.710
0.750
0.800
0.900
1.000
1.250
1.500
2.000
2.500
3.000
AWG
SWG
43
42
41
40
39
38
37
36
35
34
33
32
31
30
29
28
27
26
25
24
23
22
21
20
19
18
16
15
12
47
46
45
44
43
42
41
39
37
35
33
31
30
29
28
24
23
22
21
20
19
18
14
Bare wire cross
section
(mm2)
0.00196
0.00283
0.00385
0.00503
0.00636
0.00785
0.00950
0.01327
0.01539
0.02011
0.02545
0.03142
0.04115
0.04909
0.06605
0.08553
0.09621
0.1257
0.1602
0.2463
0.2827
0.3958
0.4417
0.5027
0.6362
0.7854
1.2266
1.7663
3.1420
4.9080
7.0683
Note
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This manual is for reference only. Slight difference may be found in the user
interface.
•
All the designs and software here are subject to change without prior written
notice.
•
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owners.
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If there is any uncertainty or controversy, please refer to the final explanation of us.
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information.
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