3 System Connections
Attaching the Ferrite Core to the LAN Cable
Attach the supplied ferrite core to the end of the LAN cable (commercially available) used to connect to the PoE hub.
This will reduce noise interferences.
Place the ferrite core about 3 cm (1.2 in.) from the LAN
cable's connector. Loop the cable once and close the ferrite
Connecting the Devices
Turn off the IP controller (A 13).
Connect the IP controller's CAMERA1 terminal and the main capture camera (1) using a USB Type C
Use a USB cable compatible with the camera used.
Connect the IP controller's CAMERA2 terminal and the main capture camera (2) using a LAN cable.
Connect the IP controller's
capture camera (3) using an N3 cable.
When using a wide view camera, connect its USB cable to the IP controller's VIEW CAMERA terminal (4).
When using an eyepiece camera, connect its USB cable to the IP controller's EYEPIECE CAMERA
Insert a battery pack into the main capture camera or power it from a power outlet using a DC coupler
and AC adapter (6).
Connect the LAN cable's connector with the ferrite core to the IP controller's
and the other end to a PoE hub (7).
Connect the PoE hub to a power source (8).
10. Connect the control PC and FTP server to the PoE hub.
11. Turn on the IP controller (A 13).
Make sure to turn off the IP controller before connecting the main capture camera.
(N3 Remote) terminal and the remote control terminal on the main
Connecting the Cables