TruVision Series 4 IP Camera Installation Guide

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Copyright 2016 United Technologies Corporation,Interlogix is part of UTC Climate, Controls &Security, a unit of United TechnologiesCorporation. All rights reserved.Trademarks andpatentsManufacturerTrade names used in this document may betrademarks or registered trademarks of themanufacturers or vendors of the respectiveproducts.Interlogix2955 Red Hill Avenue, Costa Mesa, CA92626-5923, USAAuthorized EU manufacturing representative:UTC Fire & Security B.V.Kelvinstraat 7, 6003 DH Weert, The NetherlandsCertificationFCC complianceFCC conditionsClass A: This equipment has been tested andfound to comply with the limits for a Class A digitaldevice, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules.These limits are designed to provide reasonableprotection against harmful interference when theequipment is operated in a commercialenvironment. This equipment generates, uses, andcan radiate radio frequency energy and, if notinstalled and used in accordance with theinstruction manual, may cause harmfulinterference to radio communications. Operation ofthis equipment in a residential area is likely tocause harmful interference in which case the userwill be required to correct the interference at hisown expense.This device complies with Part 15 of the FCCRules. Operation is subject to the following twoconditions:(1) This device may not cause harmful

interference.(2) This Device must accept any interferencereceived, including interference that may causeundesired operation.ACMA complianceCanadaNotice! This is a Class A product. In a domesticenvironment this product may cause radiointerference in which case the user may berequired to take adequate measures.This Class A digital apparatus complies with CANICES-003 (A)/NMB-3 (A).Cet appareil numérique de la classe A estconforme à la norme CAN ICES-003 (A)/NMB-3(A).European UniondirectivesThis product and - if applicable - the suppliedaccessories too are marked with "CE" and complytherefore with the applicable harmonizedEuropean standards listed under the EMCDirective 2014/30/EU, the RoHS Directive2011/65/EU.2012/19/EU (WEEE directive): Products markedwith this symbol cannot be disposed of asunsorted municipal waste in the European Union.For proper recycling, return this product to yourlocal supplier upon the purchase of equivalent newequipment, or dispose of it at designated collectionpoints. For more information & 2006/66/EC (battery directive): Thisproduct contains a battery that cannot be disposedof as unsorted municipal waste in the EuropeanUnion. See the product documentation for specificbattery information. The battery is marked with thissymbol, which may include lettering to indicatecadmium (Cd), lead (Pb), or mercury (Hg). Forproper recycling, return the battery to your supplieror to a designated collection point. For more

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ContentIntroduction 2Product overview 2Installation 3Installation environment 3Package contents 4Cable requirements 10Camera description 11Setting up the camera 15IR illuminators 16Accessing the SD card 17Mounting the bullet camera 17Mounting the VF mini dome camera 18Mounting the outdoor dome camera 24Using the camera with a TruVision recorder or anothersystem 29Using the camera with TruVision Navigator 29Specifications 29TruVision IP box cameras 29TruVision IP VF bullet dome 30TruVision IP VF mini cameras 30TruVision IP VF outdoor dome cameras 31Pin definitions 32Installation Guide1

IntroductionProduct overviewThis is the installation guide for TruVision Series 4 IP cameramodels: TVC-5401 (2MPX IP box camera) TVC-5402 (3MPX IP box camera) TVC-5403 (5MPX IP box camera) TVB-5401(2MPX IP bullet camera, 2.8 to 12 mm) TVB-5402(2MPX IP bullet camera, 8 to 32 mm) TVB-5403(3MPX IP bullet camera, 2.8 to 12 mm) TVB-5404(3MPX IP bullet camera, 8 to 32 mm) TVB-5405(5MPX IP bullet camera, 2.8 to 12 mm) TVD-5401(2MPX IP VF mini dome, 2.8 to 12 mm) TVD-5402(3MPX IP VF mini dome, 2.8 to 12 mm) TVD-5403(5MPX IP VF mini dome, 2.8 to 12 mm) TVD-5404(2MPX IP outdoor dome, 2.8 to 12 mm) TVD-5405 (2MPX IP outdoor dome, 8 to 32 mm) TVD-5406 TVD-5407 (3MPX IP outdoor dome, 8 to 32 mm) TVD-54082(3MPX IP outdoor dome, 2.8 to 12 mm)(5MPX IP outdoor dome, 2.8 to 12 mm)Installation Guide

InstallationThis section provides information on how to install thecameras.Installation environmentWhen installing your product, consider these factors: Electrical: Install electrical wiring carefully. It should bedone by qualified service personnel. Always use a properPoE switch or a 12 VDC UL listed Class 2 or CE certifiedpower supply to power the camera. Do not overload thepower cord or adapter. Ventilation: Ensure that the location planned for theinstallation of the camera is well ventilated. Temperature: Do not operate the camera beyond thespecified temperature, humidity or power source ratings.The operating temperature of the camera without heateris between -30 to 60 C (-22 to 140 F). Humidity is below90%. For the outdoor cameras that feature built-inheaters, the operating temperature range is -40 to 60 C(-40 to140 F) Moisture: Do not expose the camera to rain or moistureor try to operate it in wet areas. Turn the power offimmediately if the camera is wet and ask a qualifiedservice person for servicing. Moisture can damage thecamera and also create the danger of electric shock. Servicing: Do not attempt to service this camerayourself. Any attempt to dismantle or remove the coversfrom this product will invalidate the warranty and mayalso result in serious injury. Refer all servicing to qualifiedservice personnel.Installation Guide3

Cleaning: Do not touch the sensor modules with fingers.If cleaning is necessary, use a clean cloth with someethanol and wipe the camera gently. If the camera will notbe used for an extended period of time, put on the lenscap to protect the sensors from dirt.Package contentsCheck the package and contents for visible damage. If anycomponents are damaged or missing, do not attempt to usethe unit; contact the supplier immediately. If the unit isreturned, it must be shipped back in its original packaging.IP box camera Camera C-CS adaptor CD with Configurationmanual and TruVisionDevice Manager Installation manual4Installation Guide

WEEE and BatteryDisposal sheetsIP VF bullet camera Camera Back box Template Screws M4.8 18(4 pcs) to attach theback boxInstallation Guide5

Screws (4 pcs) Water joint: Providewater resistance tonetwork connection. CD with Configurationmanual and TruVisionDevice Manager Wrench Installation manual WEEE and BatteryDisposal sheets6Installation Guide

IP VF mini dome camera Camera Adaptor: for TVD-CB3cup base Template Screws (4 pcs) Hex wrench CD with Configurationmanual and TruVisionDevice ManagerInstallation Guide7

Installation manual WEEE and BatteryDisposal sheetsIP VF outdoor dome camera Camera Back box Template (flush mount) Template (back box) Screws: 4 75 mm(3 pcs)Drill Template 8Screws (4 pcs)Installation Guide

Screws M4 9.5(3 pcs) to attach theback box Wrench Alarm connector (4 pcs) Water joint: Providewater resistance tonetwork connection. Installation manual CD with Configurationmanual and TruVisionDevice Manager WEEE and BatteryDisposal sheets G 3/4 conduitInstallation Guide9

CAUTION: Use direct plug-in UL listed power suppliesmarked Class 2/CE certified or LPS (limited power source) ofthe required output rating as listed on the unit.CAUTION: Risk of explosion if the battery is replaced by anincorrect type. Dispose of used batteries according to theinstructions.Cable requirementsFor proper operation, adhere to the following cable and powerrequirements for the cameras. Category 5 cabling or better isrecommended. All network cabling must be installed accordingto applicable codes and regulations.Table 1 below lists the requirements for the cables thatconnect to the camera.Table 1: Recommended power cable requirementsBox camera:12 VDC/24 VAC power wires or PoE(802.3af)VF bullet camera:12 VDC power wires or PoE (802.3at)VF mini dome:12 VDC power wires or PoE (802.3af)VF outdoor dome:12 VDC/24 VAC power wires or PoE (802.3at)10Installation Guide

Camera descriptionFigure 1: IP bullet cameraGND AUX1.Ethernet RJ45 PoE port2.Power supply3.Reset button4.SD card slot5.BNC port6.Ground7.Alarm OutInstallation Guide8.Aux Power Port(AUX&GND)9.RS-485 port10. Alarm In11. Audio Out12. ABF (automatic backfocus) button13. Audio In11

Note:1.To reset the camera to default settings, press and holdthe RESET button and power on the camera. After thecamera is started up, please hold the Reset button for anadditional 20 seconds.2.The type of auto-iris interface is shown below:No.DC-driven1Damp-2Damp 3Drive 4Drive-Power, Video and GND pins are used when the auto-irisis driven by video. Damp , Damp-, Drive and Drivepins are used when the auto-iris is driven by DC.12Installation Guide

Figure 2: IP VF bullet camera1.Light sensor8.Power supply2.Lens9.Alarm I/O3.Shield10. Audio output4.Mounting base11. Audio input5.DC 12V output12.6.BNC output13. SD card slot7.Ethernet RJ45 PoE port14. Serial portInstallation GuideReset button13

Figure 3: IP VF mini dome camera1.Dome liner7.Serial port2.Bubble Assembly8.SD card slot3.Lens9.Adaptor4.BNC port10. Knockout5.Reset button11. Camera terminals6.Status indicator14Installation Guide

Figure 4: IP VF outdoor dome camera1.Dome liner7.Power supply2.Bubble Assembly8.Lens3.SD card slot9.4.Video outputAlarm I/O, 12 V AUXoutput and Audio I/O5.Reset button6.Ethernet RJ45 PoE port10. BNC output11. Back boxSetting up the cameraNote: If the light source where the camera is installedexperiences rapid, wide-variations in lighting, the camera maynot operate as intended.Installation Guide15

To quickly put the camera into operation:1.Prepare the mounting surface.2Mount the camera on the mounting surface using theappropriate fasteners. See “Mounting the bullet camera”on page 17.3.Set up the camera’s network and streaming parametersso that the camera can be controlled over the network.For further information, please refer to the “TruVisionSeries 4 IP Camera Configuration Manual”.4.Program the camera as appropriate for its location. Forfurther information, please refer to the “TruVision Series 4IP Camera Configuration Manual”.IR illuminatorsThe camera’s built-in IR illumination provides high-qualityvideo in low-light environments, even when there is no otherillumination available.You can configure the IR illumination using a web browser or aclient software, such as TruVision Navigator. If the function isenabled, the IR light is On when the camera enters night(black and white) mode. If disabled, the IR light is always Off.The visible IR range may vary due to multiple factors such asweather, IR reflection level of objects in frame, lensadjustment, and camera settings. Please refer to the cameradatasheet for the standard IR range.Note: Avoid installing the IR camera closely facing a solidobject such as a tree or wall. The reflection will cause overexposure and loss of visibility of detail in field of view.16Installation Guide

Accessing the SD cardInsert a Micro SD card with up to 128GB to use the camera asan additional recording device, or as a backup in case offailure of communication with the network video recorder (seeFigure 1 on page 11). The card is not supplied with thecamera.For the IP VF mini dome and outdoor dome cameras, point thelens vertically upwards to access the SD card slot.Recorded video and log files can be accessed via the webbrowser or via TruVision Navigator.Mounting the bullet cameraMount the camera on a ceiling or wall.To mount the bullet camera:1.Use the supplied template to mark out the mounting area.Drill the screw holes on the ceiling or wall. If you need toroute the cables from the camera base, drill a cable holein the ceiling or wall.2.Secure the back box to the ceiling or wall with thesupplied screws.Installation Guide17

3.Hook the camera to the back box with the safety cable.Use the screws to fix the camera to the back box.Mounting the VF mini dome cameraTo mount the VF dome camera on a ceiling or wall:1.Loosen the three screws on the edge of the lower domewith a wrench.2.Open the lower dome and remove the black inner liner.18Installation Guide

3.Using the drill template, drill the holes in the mountingsurface.Screw holesCable holes4.If you want to route the cables behind the dome, drill acable hole in the ceiling or wall using the drill template.(Optional) Routing the cable from the side knockoutinstead of the cable hole drilled on the ceiling isInstallation Guide19

supported. Use a pliers to remove the knockout plugshown in the figure below, and route the cables from theknockout.Knockout5.Fix the adapter plate to the ceiling with the suppliedscrews.6.Align the mounting base with the adapter plate and routethe mounting base counterclockwise to fit it to the adapterplate. Then secure it by tightening the lock screw.20Installation Guide

Lock screw7.8.Adjust the viewing angle according to the figure below.Panning angle [0 80 ], tilting angle [0 355 ], and azimuthangle of the lens [0 355 ].Adjust the focus and zoom.a)Connect the VIDEO OUT interface of the camera tothe event monitor.b)Set the iris type to MANUAL.Installation Guide21

c)Adjust the No.1 Zoom Lever (T W) to select aproper angle of view.d)Adjust the No.2 Focus Lever (F N) to obtain thedesired image quality on the monitor.e)Set the iris type as MANUAL if the environment hasa good and stable illumination. Set the iris type asAUTO if the environment has varied levels ofillumination.29.1Attach the black liner to the dome drive.10. Attach the bubble to the dome drive and rotate it totighten.22Installation Guide

Dome driveBlack linerBubble11. Tighten the lock screw to complete the installation.Installation Guide23

Mounting the outdoor dome cameraTo mount the outdoor dome camera on a ceiling:1.Drill the screw holes on the ceiling with the supplieddrilling template. To route the cables from the base of thecamera, cut a cable hole in the ceiling.2.Install the mounting base to the ceiling with the suppliedscrews.3.Connect the corresponding power cable and networkcables.4.Remove the bubble and liner of the camera.24Installation Guide

5.6.Install the dome camera to the mounting base.Adjust the viewing angle.a)Loosen the lock screw beside the lens.b)Hold the plastic plate and rotate the camera to adjustthe panning angle [0 350 ].c)Push the lens forward and backward to adjust thetilting angle [0 80 ].Installation Guide25

d)Rotate the lens to adjust the azimuth angle of thecamera [0 350 ].e)Tighten the lock screw.Tilt 80 Pan 350 Rotation 350 7.Re-attach the dome liner and bubble to the camera.To mount the outdoor dome camera into a ceiling:1.26Drill the screw holes on the ceiling with the supplieddrilling template.Installation Guide

Drill Template2.Remove the housing and liner from the camera.3.Secure the camera to the holes with three screws.Installation Guide27

4.28Re-attach the housing and liner.Installation Guide

Using the camera with a TruVisionrecorder or another systemPlease refer to the NVR/DVR user manuals for instructions onconnecting and operating the camera with these systems.Using the camera with TruVisionNavigatorA camera can either be connected to a TruVision, or it can beadded directly to TruVision Navigator. Please refer to theTruVision Navigator user manual for instructions on operatingthe camera with TruVision Navigator.SpecificationsTruVision IP box camerasElectricalVoltage input12 VDC/24 VAC, PoE (IEEE802.3af)Power consumptionMax. 10 WMiscellaneousConnectorsAC/DC Power, Network, Audio,Alarm In/Out and VideoOperating temperature-30 to 60 C (-22 to 140 F)Dimensions69.8 58 145 mm(2.75 x 2.28 x 5.71 in.)Weight830 g (1.83 lbs.)Installation Guide29

TruVision IP VF bullet domeElectricalVoltage input12 VDC, PoE (IEEE 802.3at)Power consumptionMax. 13 WMiscellaneousConnectorsAudio In/Out, Alarm In/Out, 12 VDCPower Input, Network Port (PoE),CVBS Output, AUX Power OutputOperating temperature-40 to 60 C (-40 to 140 F)DimensionsØ 115.8 291.8 mm(Ø 4.56 11.5 in.)Weight1600 gEnvironmental ratingIP66TruVision IP VF mini camerasElectricalVoltage input12 VDC, PoE (IEEE 802.3af)Power consumption2MPX: Max. 7.5W3MPX: Max. 9W5MPX: Max. 9 WMiscellaneousConnectorsNetwork Port(PoE), Audio In/Out,Alarm In/Out, CVBS Output, RS485 Port, Aux Power Port, 12 VDCPower PortOperating temperature-30 to 60 C (-22 to 140 F)30Installation Guide

DimensionsØ 140 121.8 mmWeight1400 g (3.09 lbs.)Environmental ratingIK10(Ø 5.51 4.80 in.)TruVision IP VF outdoor dome camerasElectricalVoltage input12 VDC/24 VAC, PoE (IEEE802.3at)Power consumptionMax. 17 WMiscellaneousConnectorsNetwork Port(PoE), 12 VDC/24VAC Power Input, Aux PowerOutput, Audio In/Out, AlarmIn/Out, CVBS Output.Operating temperature-40 to 60 C (-40 to 140 F), withheater onDimensionsØ 159.8 146 mm(Ø 6.29 5.75 in.)Weight2100 g (4.62 lbs.)Environmental ratingIP66, IK10Installation Guide31

Pin definitionsThere are eight wires on a standard UTP/STP cable and eachwire is color-coded. The following shows the pin allocation andcolor of straight and crossover cable connection:Figure 5: Straight-through en6White/Brown7Brown8Figure 6: Cross-over lue6Green7White/Brown8Brown32Installation Guide

Please make sure your connected cables have the same pinassignment and color as above before deploying the cables inyour network.Installation Guide33

2 Installation Guide Introduction Product overview This is the installation guide for TruVision Series 4 IP camera models: TVC-5401 (2MPX IP box camera) TVC-5402 (3MPX IP box camera) TVC-5403 (5MPX IP box camera) TVB-5401 (2MPX IP bullet camera, 2.8 to 12 mm) TVB-5402 (2MPX IP bullet camera, 8 to 32 mm)

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