Honeywell HD3C User Manual

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Document 800-00788 – Rev C – 07/08

User Guide



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  • Page 1: User Guide

    3 Inch Dome Camera NTSC HD3C, HD3CB HD3CX, HD3CBX HD3D, HD3DB HD3DX, HD3DBX HD3CH, HD3CHB HD3CHX, HD3CHBX User Guide Document 800-00788 – Rev C – 07/08...
  • Page 2 Revisions Issue Date Revisions 09/07 New document. 10/07 Updated Figure Figure 3, and Figure Added metric screws to surface and flush mount installations. 07/08 Updated regulatory to Class B.
  • Page 3: Explanation Of Graphical Symbols

    Warnings Installation and servicing should be performed only by qualified and experienced technicians to conform to all local codes and to maintain your warranty. WARNING! The Use of CSA Certified/UL Listed Class 2 power adapters is required to ensure compliance with electrical safety standards. WEEE (Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment).
  • Page 4: 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 B digital device. Pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules, these limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation.
  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    Contents Introduction ......... 6 Before You Begin .
  • Page 7: Introduction

    One 2nd video monitor output cable • One mounting template If any parts are missing or damaged, contact the dealer you purchased the camera from or call Honeywell Customer Service (see p. 27 for contact information). Document 800-00788 Rev C 07/08...
  • Page 8: Cautions And Operating Notes

    Cautions and Operating Notes Power Supply This dome camera can operate on 24 VAC or 12 VDC. Operating Conditions Avoid: • Viewing bright objects (example, light fixtures) for extended periods. • Operating or storing the unit in the following locations: •...
  • Page 9: Installation

    Installation The HD3 is a fully-integrated enclosure with camera and lens. Note Figure 7 for an explanation of the camera board settings. Document 800-00788 Rev C 07/08...
  • Page 10: Removing The Dome Cover

    Removing the Dome Cover Gently turn the dome cover counter-clockwise (#5 on Figure 1) to unlock, and pull free of the housing. If required, loosen the security screw (#2) first. Remove the inner liner (#4) by gently pulling it free of the two notches (#3) in the housing (#1).
  • Page 11: Mounting The Camera

    Mounting the Camera The HD3 can be surface or flush mounted to a ceiling or wall. Preparing the Mounting Surface (Surface or Flush Mount) Place the camera base (or the mounting template supplied on page 26) on the mounting surface and mark the holes as shown below.
  • Page 12: Connecting The Wiring

    Connecting the Wiring Follow Figure 2 to connect the video output connector (#5) and 24 VAC/12 VDC power connector (#6). Figure 2 Wiring Legend Conduit hole used for surface run power/video connector Camera housing Focus lever (top) Zoom lever (bottom) Video output connector 24 VAC/12 VDC power input connector...
  • Page 13: 4S Electrical Junction Box

    4S Electrical Junction Box Use the adapter plate to cover ceiling or wall imperfections around the electrical box opening (see Figure 3). Secure the adapter plate to the electrical box using appropriate screws (not supplied). If necessary, tuck the Video/Power and BNC cabling into the notch. Secure the camera base with the three screws, supplied.
  • Page 14: Surface Mount

    Surface Mount For adapter plate installations — for example, when mounting to a ceiling tile — secure the skirt with M4 screws of an appropriate length (not supplied), as shown in Figure When not using the adapter plate, secure the skirt to the ceiling or wall using M4 screws of an appropriate length (not supplied) for your mounting surface.
  • Page 15: Flush Mount

    Flush Mount Follow Figure 5 to mount the HD3 flush to a ceiling or wall. If necessary, tuck the Video/Power and BNC cabling into the notch. For adapter plate installations, secure the base with M3 screws of a length appropriate to your installation (not supplied). When not using the adapter plate, use M3 screws of a length appropriate for your mounting surface (not supplied).
  • Page 16: Adjusting The Camera Position

    Adjusting the Camera Position Figure 6 Camera Position Adjustment Legend Focus lever (top) sets focus Zoom lever (bottom) sets focal length Tilt rotation Horizontal rotation Pan rotation While monitoring the video signal: If required, loosen the screw that locks the gimbal assembly in place (see Figure Adjust the camera carrier to the desired view.
  • Page 17: Optional Camera Settings

    Optional Camera Settings Figure 7 shows the location of the camera adjustment switches on the camera board. Their functions are described after Figure Figure 7 Camera Adjustment Functions – 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 = ON = OFF Legend LEVEL adjustment pot (Iris level)
  • Page 18 Note Please use the supplied DC Iris and Line lock adjustment tool to adjust picture brightness and phase adjustment. Picture Brightness Use the LEVEL screw (#1) to compensate for the iris level. L (low) makes the picture darker. H (high) makes the picture brighter. Phase Adjustment Use the V Phase Adjustment Pot (#2) to adjust the phase difference between cameras.
  • Page 19: Attaching The Dome Cover

    Attaching the Dome Cover When you are satisfied with your field of view and image settings, follow Figure 8 to attach the dome cover: Use a soft, lint-free cloth to wipe the dome cover clean and remove fingerprints. Attach the inner liner (#3) to the base until the liner clicks into place. Align the dome cover (#5) with the three dome tabs (#4) on the unit.
  • Page 20: Routine Maintenance

    Routine Maintenance • The dome cover is an optical part. Use a soft, dry cloth to remove any fingerprints or dust. • Clean the camera housing with a soft, dry cloth. For more stubborn stains, use a cloth dampened with a small quantity of neutral detergent, then wipe dry.
  • Page 21: Product Dimensions

    Product Dimensions 3.37” 85.55 mm 1.68” 42.785 mm 4.9” (124.6 mm) 3.0” 76.2 mm 4.9” 124.64 mm Document 800-00788 Rev C 07/08...
  • Page 22: Warranty And Service

    Warranty and Service Subject to the terms and conditions listed on the Product warranty, during the warranty period Honeywell will repair or replace, at its sole option, free of charge, any defective product returned prepaid. In the event you have a problem with any Honeywell product, please call Customer Service for assistance or to request a Return Merchandise Authorization (RMA) number.
  • Page 23: Specifications

    Specifications Video Signal Specifications NTSC Video Standard: High Res Standard Res High Res Standard Res Scanning System: 525 lines, 2:1 Interlace Image Sensor: 1/3” Interline Transfer CCD Number of Pixels 768 x 494 510 x 492 752 x 582 500 x 582 (H x V): Minimum 0.6 lux @ F1.3 0.2 lux @ F1.3 0.6 lux @ F1.3 0.2 lux @ F1.3...
  • Page 24 Focal Length: f = 2.8 mm to 10 mm Gamma: 0.45 BLC: On/Off, switchable Flickerless: On/Off, switchable Line Lock: On/Off, switchable Electrical Specifications Input Voltage: 12 VDC/24 VAC Input Tolerance: 11 - 16 VDC, 17 - 28 VAC Power 3.5 W (max) Consumption: Mechanical Dimensions...
  • Page 25: Cable Guidelines

    Calculations are based on an unregulated linear power supply, which would be the worst case. Using a regulated or switching power supply can increase the cable distance. Honeywell recommends using a CSA Certified/UL listed Class 2 power adapter to ensure compliance with electrical safety standards.
  • Page 26 HD3C/HD3CH/HD3D HD3CX/HD3CHX/HD3DX Mounting Template...
  • Page 27 Honeywell Video Systems (Head Office) Honeywell Video Systems Northern Europe 2700 Blankenbaker Pkwy, Suite 150 Netwerk 121 Louisville, KY 40299, USA 1446 WV Purmerend, The Netherlands ℡ +1.800.796.2288 ℡ +31.299.410.200 Honeywell Security Australia Pty Ltd. Honeywell Security UK...
  • Page 28 Document 800-00788 – Rev C – 07/08 © 2008 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. However, Honeywell Video Systems cannot assume responsibility for any consequences resulting from the use thereof.

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