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Installation and connection
Mounting the Camera to the Ceiling (continued)
Video signal cable Safety cable
Attach to ceiling slab
Solder or crimp Insulation tape
Connect the power supply cable. Connect the cable protruding from the ceiling to the power supply cable. MEMO
Mounting holes Mounting holes
to capture. The camera can be adjusted Â±60Â° horizontally to either side of the Horizontal Lock screw.
The power supply cable uses materials similar to those of machinery wiring, so wrap the cable with insulation tape to prevent it from becoming damaged when mounting the camera. Use durable wiring for the power supply cable.
Horizontal Lock screw Screws
Power supply cable
Mount the camera to the ceiling. Use M4 screws/bolts or wood screws (Ï†4.1mm) to secure the camera in four places when mounting to the ceiling or wall. CAUTION:
Wrap with tape BNC connector
Power supply cable connection Wrap with tape
Attach the safety cable to the ceiling slab. (Safety cable not included) Attach the safety cable that has already been attached to the camera to the ceiling slab or channel. Make sure that the wire is attached securely. Connect the video signal cable. Wrap insulation tape around cables. As shown in the diagram to the left, wrap insulation tape around the power supply cable connection and BNC connector. Insert the cables into the hole in the ceiling.
Tighten all screws securely. Otherwise the camera may come loose and fall.
When installing the Dome camera to the electrical box
The camera can be mounted directly onto an electrical box.
Open a hole in the ceiling. Open a Ï†140mm hole in the ceiling. Mount the electrical box. The camera can be mounted on a 4-inch square electrical box. For instructions on mounting the electrical box, ask your dealer.
4inch square electrical box
MEMO Wrapping the wires with insulation tape improves handling as well as reducing interference.
Follow steps 2 to 3 of â€śMounting the Camera to the Ceiling (Preparations)â€ť. ( page 11) Follow steps 1 to 6 of â€śMounting the Camera to the Ceiling (Installation)â€ť. ( page 12) Mount the camera to the electrical box. Secure the camera to the electrical box using two mounting holes. CAUTION:
Tighten all screws properly. Otherwise the camera may come loose and fall.
Point the camera in the direction you wish to capture. Point the camera so that the Horizontal Lock screw is facing the direction you wish