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equIP
®
Series
True Day/Night Rugged IP Minidome Camera
Quick Install Guide
Document 800-07497V1 – Rev A – 02/2014
HD4MDIH(X)
1
Preparation
2

Camera Installation

3
Network Setup
4
Camera Operation
Introduction
Thank you for purchasing a Honeywell equIP Series True Day/Night Rugged IP
MInidome Camera. Before installing the camera, please read this guide carefully and
verify your model:
HD4MDIH/HD4MDIHX, 720p resolution, 3.3 - 12 mm Vari-focal Auto Iris lens
For detailed information for your specific camera, please refer to the appropriate user
guide located on the IP Utility DVD. When you install the Honeywell IP Utility software,
the User Guide will automatically be downloaded to your computer.
Before installing the camera, Honeywell recommends that you download the latest
software updates. Go to
http://www.honeywellsystems.com/support/download-center/
index.html
and follow the instructions on the page to log on, find your camera, and then
download software updates.
Operating Notes
Power Supply
This dome camera can operate on 24 V AC or PoE.
Operating Conditions
Avoid:
Viewing bright objects (for example, light fixtures) for
extended periods
Operating or storing the unit in the following locations.
Extremely humid, dusty, hot/cold environments (where
the operating temperature is outside the recommended
range of -22°F to 140°F
[-30°C to +60°C])
Close to sources of powerful electromagnetic radiation,
such as radio or TV transmitters
Close to fluorescent lamps or objects reflecting light
Under unstable light sources (may cause flickering)
Document 800-07497V1 – Rev A – 02/2014
1
Preparation
Removing the Dome Bubble and
Turret
1.
Using the supplied Allen key, loosen the captive
screws on the dome bubble. Remove the dome
bubble and set it aside.
2.
Gently pull the turret off the gimbal, then set it aside.
Removing the Gimbal
Remove the gimbal from the enclosure base so you can
easily access the mounting holes (see illustration).
1.
Squeeze the 4 black tabs until they are free of the
black clips.
2.
Elevate the hinge until the gimbal is above the
housing and you have access to the enclosure base
mounting holes.
Caution
When elevating the hinge, do not overstress the
two ribbon cables.
If necessary, rotate the gimbal to provide
additional slack.
Preparing the Mounting Surface
Note
To prevent moisture from entering the housing, position the enclosure with the side conduit entry
pointing down.
Note
The housing is intended for mounting on a flat surface only.
1.
Use the mounting template to mark the mounting surface for the screw holes and the cable access
hole.
2.
Pre-drill holes in the mounting surface as required.
Installing the Conduit Plug
The HD4 equIP Series camera ships with
Back conduit entry
the conduit plug pre-installed in the
enclosure base back conduit entry. To use
the back conduit entry, remove the conduit
plug and install it in the side conduit entry
after loosening the locking screw. (See
Top
View
in
Adjusting the Camera
in
Camera
Installation.) Retighten the locking screw to
secure the conduit plug in place.
Note
For secure installations, protect
surface-mounted cables with
plastic or metal cable covers.
Conduit plug
2
Camera Installation
Mounting the Camera
1.
Route the cables through your chosen conduit entry.
Turret
Dome bubble
2.
Mount the camera to a wall or ceiling using the supplied screws.
If you are using screws other than those supplied by Honeywell, then please remove the rubber
Black tabs (x4)
washers from the Honeywell-supplied screws, and then install them under the head of each of
your screws. See the
Gimbal
Connecting the Wiring
1.
Connect the power input:
Metal
hinge
Mounting
holes
Black clips (x4)
Note
It is not recommended that you supply both 24 V AC and PoE at the same time.
2.
Connect the alarms and audio:
Locate the eight-pin green connector that was shipped with your camera and make all the
necessary connections as shown in the table below.
24 V AC
Rubber washer
Screws
Enclosure base
3.
Connect to the network:
If you haven't already connected a CAT5 cable to the RJ45 network connector for PoE,
then connect a CAT5 cable to the RJ45 network connector.
Conduit
plug locking
Note
For detailed audio and alarm configuration information, refer to the Refence Guide for
screw
your camera located on the IP Utility DVD.
Side
conduit
Sealing the Wiring
entry
To prevent moisture from entering the housing, if you are using the back conduit entry, apply
sealant around the conduit connection and the mounting screws.
Installing the Conduit Plug
illustration.
For 24 V AC connection, locate the two-pin green connector that was shipped with
your camera and make the necessary connections.
For PoE connection, connect a CAT5 cable to the RJ45 network connector.
RJ45 Ethernet network connection
Local video out (adjusting and focusing)
Audio/Alarms
Power: 24 V AC
PIN
Definition
1
Audio In +
2
Audio In –
3
Audio Out +
4
Audio Out –
5
Alarm In +
6
Alarm In –
Audio
Alarm
In
Out
In
Out
7
Alarm Out +
8
Alarm Out –
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
Please turn over

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   Summary of Contents for Honeywell ecuIP Series

  • Page 1: Camera Installation

    Using the supplied Allen key, loosen the captive screws on the dome bubble. Remove the dome If you are using screws other than those supplied by Honeywell, then please remove the rubber Black tabs (x4) bubble and set it aside.
  • Page 2: Fcc Compliance Statement

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