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HD6 Series
Housings
Installation Manual
900.0696 August 2006 Rev. 1.02

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    HD6 Series Housings Installation Manual 900.0696 August 2006 Rev. 1.02...

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    ISSUE DATE REVISIONS December 2005 Initial Release Remove Ultradome; revise power wiring distance chart; 1.01 June 2006 changed CAT5 to UTP; removed UTC option Revised Important Safeguards regarding Installation and 1.02 August 2006 water/moisture for specific housing types. Rev. 1.02 900.0696 1-Aug-06...

  • Page 3: Fcc Compliance Statement

    FCC COMPLIANCE STATEMENT INFORMATION TO THE USER: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial environment.

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  • Page 5: Important Safeguards

    IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS READ INSTRUCTIONS – All of the safety and operating instructions should be read before the appliance is operated. RETAIN INSTRUCTIONS – The safety and operating instructions should be retained for future reference. HEED WARNINGS – All warnings on the unit and in the operating instructions should be adhered to. FOLLOW INSTRUCTIONS –...

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    IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS, CONTINUED POWER-CORD PROTECTION – Power supply cords should be routed so that they are not likely to be walked on or pinched by items placed upon or against them, paying particular attention to cords and plugs, convenience receptacles, and the point where they exit from the monitor. OBJECT AND LIQUID ENTRY –...

  • Page 7: Important Notice

    In the event that Honeywell Video Systems is unable to make the units work together in the system, we will accept the return of any Honeywell Video Systems products associated with the installation and refund the amounts paid for these products.

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  • Page 9: Table Of Contents

    TABLE OF CONTENTS SECTION 1: INTRODUCTION ........................1 1.1 PRODUCT DESCRIPTION ........................1 1.2 RECOMMENDED CABLING AND CONNECTORS ................1 SECTION 2: BASIC INSTALLATION ......................3 2.1 DROPPED CEILING HOUSING......................3 2.2 HARD CEILING HOUSING ........................5 2.3 PENDANT DOME HOUSING ......................7 2.4 HD6 RUGGED DOME HOUSING......................

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    LIST OF FIGURES Figure 1: Dropped Ceiling Housing Installation Figure 2: Hard Ceiling Housing Installation Figure 3: Pendant Dome Housing Installation Figure 4: Safety Cable Installation Figure 5: Installing Conduit Fitting In Housing Figure 6: Mounting Bracket Hole Detail Figure 7: Changing Orientation of the Bracket Figure 8: Heater/Blower Option Figure 9: Safety Cable Installation Figure 10: Standard Wiring –...

  • Page 11: Section 1: Introduction

    "dome". The pan and tilt mechanism with camera and lens is often referred to as a "scan". The indoor pendant housing can be mounted on a Honeywell Video Systems indoor pendant ceiling dome mount or indoor wall dome mount. The weather dome can be mounted on a Honeywell Video Systems outdoor wall mount, pendant mount, roof mount, or parapet mount.

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  • Page 13: Section 2: Basic Installation

    4. Cut a hole in the ceiling tile flush with the hole in the center of the plate. 5. Secure a safety cable (supplied by installer) to a building support structure. Honeywell Video Systems recommends using 3/32” plastic coated aircraft cable (part 849518-0311) and looping sleeves (part 849511-0057). These parts can be ordered from the Honeywell Video Systems parts department.

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    2.1 DROPPED CEILING HOUSING, CONTINUED 6. Place the housing in the ceiling mount. The space between the wing tabs on the housing and the housing flange should be greater than the thickness of the ceiling tile and the mount. Make sure the wing tabs on the housing are staggered so the tabs are not at the same height.

  • Page 15: Hard Ceiling Housing

    2.2 HARD CEILING HOUSING WARNING: Installation must be performed by qualified technical personnel and must be in accordance with all national and local mechanical and electrical codes. Perform the following steps to install a HD6 hard ceiling dome. Refer to Figure SAFETY CABLE TIE POINT (METAL TAB WITH HOLE ON SIDE OF CAN)

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    2.2 HARD CEILING HOUSING, CONTINUED 3. If the ceiling is drywall or plaster, Honeywell Video Systems recommends sealing the entire perimeter of the ceiling cut-out with tape or plastic channel (provided by installer). This prevents dust and material from dropping from ceiling.

  • Page 17: Pendant Dome Housing

    Perform the following steps to install a HD6 pendant dome on a Honeywell Video Systems indoor wall or ceiling pendant dome mount: INSERT PIN FOR...

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    (Refer to Detail A Figure The safety cable materials may be purchased from the Honeywell Video Systems parts department. The wiring and safety cable must extend at least one foot past the pipe for wiring purposes. Refer to Section 3 for detailed wiring information.

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    2.3 PENDANT DOME HOUSING, CONTINUED g. Carefully slide the black nipple on the pendant housing into the mounting pipe. If installing the dome on a threaded mount, thread the dome into the mount at this time then connect the safety cable to a building support structure. WARNING: Do not force the dome into the mount;...

  • Page 20: Hd6 Rugged Dome Housing

    The blower only option requires an additional 24Vac @ 0.5A power source. 2. Secure a safety cable (supplied by installer) to a building support structure. Honeywell Video Systems recommends using 3/32" plastic coated aircraft cable (part 849518-0311) and splicing sleeves (part 849511-0057). These parts can be ordered from the Honeywell Video Systems parts sales department.

  • Page 21: Figure 5: Installing Conduit Fitting In Housing

    2.4 HD6 RUGGED DOME HOUSING , CONTINUED 4. Locate the housing and set the jumpers and switches as applicable on the circuit board. Refer to Section 3 for wiring information. Refer to Section 3.2 for standard wiring. Refer to Section 3.3 for Unshielded Twisted Pair (UTP) wiring.

  • Page 22: Figure 6: Mounting Bracket Hole Detail

    2.4 HD6 RUGGED DOME HOUSING , CONTINUED 7. Mount the housing to a ceiling support structure or wall support structure. The installer supplies the mounting hardware. There are four sets of mounting holes. 1.930 .313 TYP. 3.500 .300 .437 TYP. TYP.

  • Page 23: Figure 7: Changing Orientation Of The Bracket

    2.4 HD6 RUGGED DOME HOUSING , CONTINUED To change orientation of bracket: 1. Remove nuts, lockwashers, and bolts 2. Flip bracket 3. Insert bolts (4) in slots and hole, and 4. Secure with lockwashers and nuts. 45 - 90 degrees 0 - 45 degrees 0°-90°...

  • Page 24: Figure 8: Heater/blower Option

    11. Feed the excess cabling from the terminal strips and the video cabling back through the conduit fitting and tighten the cable clamp on the fitting (if applicable). 12. Refer to the HD6 Series User Manual to install the scan. Rev. 1.02 900.0696...

  • Page 25: Weather Dome Housing

    Perform the following steps to install a HD6 weather dome on a Honeywell Video Systems outdoor mount with an ELL conduit fitting or an MDW1210W mount.

  • Page 26: Figure 9: Safety Cable Installation

    2.5 WEATHER DOME HOUSING , CONTINUED SAFETY CABLE INSTALLATION (SUPPLIED BY INSTALLER) ATTACH THE SAFETY CABLE TO A BUILDING SUPPORT STRUCTURE SPLICING SLEEVE SAFETY CABLE SPLICING SLEEVE LOOP AROUND PIN IN BLACK NIPPLE OF WEATHER DOME Figure 9: Safety Cable Installation 7.

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    Use Teflon tape for threaded joints. CAUTION: All joints, bolts, and screws in the mount must be sealed to prevent water (moisture) from entering the weather dome. 12. Refer to the HD6 Series User Manual to install the scan. Rev. 1.02 900.0696 1-Aug-06...

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  • Page 29: Section 3: Wiring The Housing

    SECTION 3: WIRING THE HOUSING 3.1 INTRODUCTION The field wiring for an indoor HD6 is connected at a terminal strip in the housing or pendant dome. The field wiring for an outdoor HD6 is connected at a CPC connector (J2) or to fly-leads on the housing. Refer to the information specified in the installation instructions for wiring connections.

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    3.1 FIELD WIRING, CONTINUED CAUTION: Installation must be performed by a qualified electrician. The proper wire size for the distance and the number of scans must be determined to maintain 24V ac at each scan. Do not use the above table for this configuration.

  • Page 31: Control Data

    3.1 FIELD WIRING, CONTINUED 3.1.2 Control Data On standard HD6 units, a shielded twisted-pair RS-485 cable is required. See Figure 10 for jumper settings. Set Jumpers W3 and W4 in positions 1 & 2. On HD6 units with the UTP option, one twisted-pair of UTP cable is required for data. The data lines can be home-run wired or daisy-chain wired from the control output.

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    3.1 FIELD WIRING, CONTINUED Home Run Wiring Daisy Chain Wiring Control Output Control Output NOTE: If the polarity on the data wiring is reversed, the scan automatically corrects the polarity. This feature applies only to HD6 domes set to standard or Maxpro mode protocol and does not apply on units set for VCL, Pelco P, or Pelco D protocol –...

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    3.1 FIELD WIRING, CONTINUED 3.1.3 Video NOTE: If the UTP option is installed, the video is run on UTP cable (twisted pair) and the BNC connector is not used. A UTP-compatible receiver is required at the monitor. The video on the UTP cable cannot be daisy-chained. RG-59/U coaxial cable is recommended for cable runs less than 1500 feet.

  • Page 34: Wiring - Standard

    3.2 WIRING – STANDARD 3.2.1 Dropped / Hard Ceiling Installation Refer to Figure 10 for installation diagram. 1. The top plate in the housing can be lowered for ease of installing the field wiring. Pull the spring latch on the plate away from the housing to release the plate and then lower the plate down.

  • Page 35: Dropped / Hard Ceiling Installation, Continued

    3.2 WIRING – STANDARD, CONTINUED 3.2.1 Dropped / Hard Ceiling Installation, Continued CABLE CLAMP ALIGNMENT TAB ALIGNMENT TAB TERMINAL STRIP TB1 TERMINAL STRIP TB2 TB1-1 24Vac TB2-1 Alarm 1 TB1-2 Ground TB2-2 Common ALARM TERMINAL TB1-3 24Vac TB2-3 Alarm 2 STRIP CONTROL DATA TB1-4...

  • Page 36: Figure 11: Installing Top Plate In Housing

    If the plate comes down when you gently pull on the connector, the plate is not secured properly. Figure 11: Installing Top Plate in Housing 9. Refer to the HD6 Series User Manual to install the scan. Rev. 1.02 900.0696 1-Aug-06...

  • Page 37: Pendant Dome Installation

    Align the tabs on the plate with the slots in the housing. c. Push the plate up into the housing until the spring latch catches and locks the top plate. 6. Refer to the HD6 Series User Manual to install the scan. Rev. 1.02 900.0696...

  • Page 38: Figure 12: Standard Wiring - Pendant Housing

    3.2 WIRING – STANDARD, CONTINUED ALIGNMENT TAB ALIGNMENT TAB TERMINAL STRIP TB1 TERMINAL STRIP TB2 TB1-1 24Vac TB2-1 Alarm 1 ALARM TERMINAL TB1-2 Ground TB2-2 Common TB1-3 24Vac TB2-3 Alarm 2 STRIP CONTROL DATA TB1-4 RX - TB2-4 Common TB1-5 TB2-5 Alarm 3 POWER...

  • Page 39: Hd6 Rugged Housing Installation

    3.2 WIRING – STANDARD, CONTINUED 3.2.3 HD6 Rugged Housing Installation Refer to Figure 13 for installation diagram. 1. If this is the last dome in a daisy-chain wiring loop, the receive and transmit communication lines must be terminated. All intermediate domes must be unterminated.

  • Page 40: Weather Dome Installation

    3.2 WIRING – STANDARD, CONTINUED 3.2.4 Weather Dome Installation Standard Wiring: No Connector: See Figure 14-Pin Connector: See Figure Control data: Single twisted pair shielded RS-485 rated cable. Power: Refer to tables in Figure 14 Figure 15 for recommended wire size. Video: RG-59/U coaxial cable for cable runs less than 1500 feet is recommended for video.

  • Page 41: Figure 14: Standard Wiring - Hd6 Weather Dome - No Connector

    3.2 WIRING – STANDARD, CONTINUED CAUTION: VERIFY THE TYPE OF CONNECTOR (14-PIN OR NONE) PRIOR TO CONNECTING WIRING OR EQUIPMENT DAMAGE MAY OCCUR. DOME WIRING, 13.5 (340) LG., SEE BELOW THREADED NIPPLE FEMALE BNC FOR VIDEO HD6 WEATHER DOME WIRING BLACK 24VAC DOME POWER WHITE...

  • Page 42: Figure 15: Standard Wiring - Hd6 Weather Dome -14-pin Connector

    3.2 WIRING – STANDARD, CONTINUED CAUTION: VERIFY THE TYPE OF CONNECTOR (14-PIN OR NONE) PRIOR TO CONNECTING WIRING OR EQUIPMENT DAMAGE MAY OCCUR. P2 CONNECTOR THREADED NIPPLE DOME MATING CONNECTOR (J2) 2 CONDUCTOR DATA (RX) CABLE 24” (609.6) LG PIGTAIL (BLACK &...

  • Page 43: Wiring - Unshielded Twisted Pair (utp) Option

    3.3 WIRING – UNSHIELDED TWISTED PAIR (UTP) OPTION 3.3.1 Dropped Ceiling / Hard Ceiling / Pendant Dome Installation 1. Dropped/Hard Ceiling Domes: The top plate in the housing can be lowered for ease of installing the field wiring. Pull the spring latch on the plate away from the housing to release the plate and then lower the plate down.

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    3.3 WIRING – UNSHIELDED TWISTED PAIR (UTP) OPTION, CONTINUED c. Connect the alarm wires on the correct positions on terminal strip TB1 in the housing. d. Dropped/Hard Ceiling Domes: Feed the excess cabling from the terminal strips back through the cable fitting and tighten the cable clamp. e.

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    If the plate comes down when you gently pull on the connector, the plate is not secured properly. 8. Refer to the HD6 Series User Manual to install the scan. Rev. 1.02 900.0696...

  • Page 46: Figure 16: Unshielded Twisted Pair (utp) Option Wiring - Hard / Dropped / Pendant Housing

    3.3 WIRING – UNSHIELDED TWISTED PAIR (UTC) OPTION, CONTINUED CABLE CLAMP ALIGNMENT TAB ALIGNMENT TAB SEE NOTE 2 SEE NOTES 1 & 2 BNC CONNECTOR DATA OVER COAX (UTC) OPTION VIDEO & DATA SEE NOTE 2 TERMINAL STRIP TB1 TERMINAL STRIP TB2 TB1-1 Alarm 1 TB2-1...

  • Page 47: Hd6 Rugged Housing Installation

    3.3 WIRING – UNSHIELDED TWISTED PAIR (UTP) OPTION, CONTINUED 3.3.2 HD6 Rugged Housing Installation 1. If this is the last dome in a daisy-chain wiring loop, the receive and transmit communication must be terminated. All intermediate domes must be unterminated. If this is the only dome on a data line, the receive and transmit lines must be terminated.

  • Page 48: Figure 17: Unshielded Twisted Pair (utp) Option - Hd6 Rugged Dome

    3.3 WIRING – UNSHIELDED TWISTED PAIR (UTP) OPTION, CONTINUED CABLE CLAMP ALIGNMENT TAB ALIGNMENT TAB SEE NOTE 2 SEE NOTES 1 & 2 BNC CONNECTOR DATA OVER COAX (UTC) OPTION VIDEO & DATA SEE NOTE 2 TERMINAL STRIP TB1 TERMINAL STRIP TB2 TB1-1 Alarm 1 TB2-1...

  • Page 49: Weather Dome Installation

    3.3 WIRING – UNSHIELDED TWISTED PAIR (UTP), CONTINUED 3.3.3 Weather Dome Installation UTP Option: No Connector: See Figure Control data: One pair of UTP cable Maximum recommended distance is 1500 feet. Power: Refer to table in Figure 18 for recommended wire size. Video: One pair of UTP cable.

  • Page 50: Figure 18: Unshielded Twisted Pair (utp) Option - Hd6 Weather Dome - No Connector

    3.3 WIRING – UNSHIELDED TWISTED PAIR (UTP) OPTION, CONTINUED CAUTION: VERIFY THE TYPE OF CONNECTOR (14-PIN OR NONE) PRIOR TO CONNECTING WIRING OR EQUIPMENT DAMAGE MAY OCCUR. DOME WIRING, 13.5 (340) LG., SEE BELOW INTERFACE BOARD 518753-1030 THREADED NIPPLE FEMALE BNC FOR VIDEO 1.62”...

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    Document 900.0696 08/06 Rev 1.02 © 2006 Honeywell International Inc. All Rights Reserved. No Part Of This Publication May Be Reproduced By Any Means Without Written Permission From Honeywell Video Systems. The Information In This Publication Is Believed To Be Accurate In All Respects.

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