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  • IP Dome Camera

    Hardware Guide

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  • THIS MANUAL WAS CREATED ON AUGUST 23, 2007.

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    TABLE OF CONTENTS

    ABOUT THIS GUIDE.......................................... 5 Safety Notices ...............................................................5

    1 CABLING .................................................... 7 Cable & Wiring Requirements .......................................7

    2 INITIAL IP DOME CONFIGURATION.................. 9 Initial IP Properties ........................................................9 Using the Web Configuration Pages .............................9

    Step 1 — Preparing an Isolated Network ....................10 Step 2 — Preparing for Initial Device Configuration....10 Step 3 — Configuring your IP Dome ...........................12

    Using the Serial Port Connection ..................................15 Attaching the IP Dome to the Network ..........................17

    3 DOME INITIALIZATION .................................... 19 Camera Sensor Verification ..........................................19 Click-On Lanyard Fixing ................................................20

    4 MOUNTING THE INTERNAL DOME ................... 23 Installing the Internal IP Dome Ceiling & Wall Mount ....23 Installing the Internal Corner Mount (optional) ..............24 Installing the Internal IP Dome False Ceiling Mount .....25 Making Connections & Completing Installation .............26

    Step 1 - Making Connections ......................................26 Step 2 – Fitting the IP Dome Body ..............................27 Step 3 – Fitting the Locking Screw..............................28 Step 4 – Attaching the Acrylic .....................................28 Step 5 – Powering up ..................................................28

    5 MOUNTING THE EXTERNAL DOME .................. 29 Installting the External IP Dome Wall Mount ................29

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    Assembling the External IP Dome Wall Mount ............. 30 Installing the External IP Dome Soffit Mount (optional) 31 Installing the External Pole Mount (optional) ................ 32 Installing the External Corner Mount (optional) ............ 33 Installing the External Swan-neck (optional) ................ 34 Making Connections to External Domes and Completing Installation ............................................... 35

    APPENDIX A – REMOTELY RESETTING THE DOME ............................................................. 37

    APPENDIX B – HARDWARE SPECIFICATION....... 39 Codec Specification ...................................................... 39

    Video .......................................................................... 39 Console Input/Output.................................................. 39 Network Connections ................................................. 40 IndigoVision IP Dome Camera Metrics....................... 40 Environment ............................................................... 40 Regulatory .................................................................. 41

    Camera Dimensions ..................................................... 41 Internal Dome Camera ............................................... 41

    Sensor Specification ..................................................... 43

    INDEX ..........................................................45

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    ABOUT THIS GUIDE

    This guide is written for users of IndigoVision’s IP Dome Camera. It provides introductory information about the product, and a description of the hardware and specifications.

    For information on how to use the Web Configuration pages to configure the unit, see the IndigoVision 8000 Web Configuration Guide.

    Safety Notices This guide uses the following formats for safety notices:

    Note: Additional information relating to the current section.

    Caution: Potential hazard that could seriously impair operation.

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    1 CABLING

    The following information applies to both internal and external IndigoVision IP Dome Cameras, unless otherwise specified.

    Cable & Wiring Requirements Table 1 details the cabling and wiring requirements for the IP Dome.

    Caution: To ensure optimum IP Dome performance, you must adhere to these parameters. Failure to do so will invalidate the warranty.

    Table 1 Distances per cable size (in meters)

    Cable size

    Internal IP Domes, (without heater) Max. Distances

    External IP Domes, (with heater) Max. Distances

    Power 0.75 mm2 75m 30m 1.00 mm2 100m 40m

    1.25 mm2 125m 50m

    1.50 mm2 150m 60m

    2.50 mm2 250m 100m

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    2 INITIAL IP DOME CONFIGURATION

    Caution: You must configure your dome’s IP settings before you mount the dome in its final position.

    You can configure your IP Dome using the Web Configuration pages, or a serial connection. The Web Configuration method is detailed below. If you are using a serial port, see “Using the Serial Port Connection” on page 15.

    Initial IP Properties By default, these devices are programmed with the IP properties shown in Table 2.

    Using the Web Configuration Pages To configure your IP Dome using the Web Configuration pages you must:

    1 Prepare an isolated network.

    2 Prepare your PC for initial device configuration.

    3 Configure your IP Dome. This includes specifying its IP address and subnet mask.

    Table 2 Default IP Properties

    Initial Configuration IP Address 10.5.1.10

    Subnet Mask 255.0.0.0

    Default Gateway 10.0.0.1

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    You must also have one of the following:

    • A CAT5 crossover cable suitable for connection between the PC and the RJ45 connector on the IP Dome, OR

    • An isolated hub or a switch with a standard CAT5 cable

    Step 1 — Preparing an Isolated Network You should connect your IP Dome and the PC you are using to configure it on their own isolated network. To do this, connect the unit to the PC using an Ethernet cross-over cable (see Figure 1.)

    Figure 1 Connecting the unit and PC using a cross-over cable

    Alternatively, you can connect the unit and PC to the same isolated hub or switch (Figure 2):

    Figure 2 Connecting the unit using an isolated hub/switch

    Step 2 — Preparing for Initial Device Configuration All devices are supplied with their IP address and subnet mask set to 10.5.1.10 and 255.0.0.0 respectively. You cannot connect the devices to your network until you have changed these settings to suit your network.

    To change the factory defaults of your IP Dome, you must first (temporarily) modify your PC’s network settings.

    Power Supply

    Cat5 crossover cable

    PC

    PC Isolated hub

    or switch

    Power SupplyCat5 crossovercable

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