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Table 1-5 Acuix Ip Terminal Strip Pins And Functions (J1 And J6) - Honeywell Acuix IP Series Installation Manual

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Document 800-02460 Rev A
08/08
b.
Through the access hole in the interface board installed in the housing.
2.
Remove the plug-in terminal blocks on terminal strips J1 and J6. See
3.
To set up the alarm input terminal block:
a.
On terminal strip J6, connect a twisted-pair cable from each peripheral alarm
contact to each input at the alarm number terminal and the alarm common
terminal.
b.
Refer to the
ACUIX IP High Speed Dome User Manual
Note that the common terminals are doubled up, as shown in
Note
The alarm input is a dry contact between the alarm input and common and
that they can be configured as normally open (NO) of normally closed (NC).
4.
Loosen the screws on the terminal strip.
5.
Install the 24 VAC power wires and alarm wires on the correct positions on terminal
strips J1 and J6. See
Table
Table 1-5
ACUIX IP Terminal Strip Pins and Functions (J1 and J6)
Terminal Strip J1
Pin 1
Pin 2
Pin 3
Terminal Strip J6
Pin 1
Pin 2
Pin 3
Pin 4
Pin 5
Pin 6
6.
Tighten the screw on the terminal strip to secure the wire.
7.
Plug the terminal strips into the respective connectors on the interface board.
8.
Secure the wires from the terminal strip together with a cable tie.
9.
Feed extra wire and cable up through the hole in the housing and route it so that it
doesn't interfere with the pan and tilt unit when it is inserted.
10. Connect an RJ45 network cable to the J4 terminal block Ethernet connection.
11. After connecting the power cabling, install the ferrite bead clamp (shipped with the
housing) on the cable as close to the dome as possible, preferably within 24 inches
(609 mm). See
Figure
For rugged housing the wiring access hole extends from the side of the housing as
in
Figure
1-4.
Note
A ferrite bead is a passive electric component used to suppress high frequency
noise in electronic circuits.
ACUIX IP Rugged Housing and Dome Installation Guide
1-5.
Function
24 VAC (AC)
Earth Ground
24 VAC (AC)
Function
Alarm 1 (A1)
Alarm Common (CM)
Alarm 2 (A2)
Alarm 3 (A3)
Alarm Common (CM)
Alarm 4 (A4)
1-3. Note that the image displayed is for pendant housing.
Figure
1-1.
to configure the alarms.
Figure
1-2.
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