Raymarine Cam100 User Guide 81272 1
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Installation Technical SupportThe adapter cable should be used to connect the display and the power supply to Technical camera The adapter cable connections are shown below Format PAL 752 x 582 pixels NTSC 768 x 494 pixels Video connector Imager 13 Sony Super HAD CCD Super Hi resolution Horizontal resolution 550 TVL Scanning system PAL 625 lines CAM 100 NTSC 525 lines 21 interlaced Red 12 V Black 0 V Video output Composite 75 Ohms D85371 Infra red 14 IR LEDsIf you do not have a breaker in the power circuit an inline 05 A quick blow fuseshould be fitted to the positive red lead of the cable LED spectrum 30 degrees for 15mMaintenance and Minimum illumination 01 Lux at F2 no IR 0 Lux with IRYour Raymarine CAM 100 does not contain parts Waterproof IPX6 and CFR46They should be serviced only by authorized Raymarine at a Raymarine factory facility Power connection 12 V tinned leadsRoutine Maintenance Video connections Male BNCRoutine maintenance should be carried out on a regular basis Operating temperatures 10oC to 55o C 14o F to 130o F Examine all cables for signs of damage such as chafing cuts or nicks Check that all cables are securely connected Power consumption 130 mA day 280 mA night IR on 12 V DC Spray the camera and lens with fresh water and wipe with a soft lintfree cloth to remove debris or salt deposits Technical support Complete product information and interactive help is available Solution North and South America Europe Middle East Africa and does not function 1 Make sure that the cable is sound and Raymarine Technical Support that all connections are tight and free 18005395539 Raymarine Technical Support from corrosion or 1 6038815200 44 0 23 9271 4713 D85311 2 Check system fuses 3 Check that the display is set up Product Repair and Service Product Repair and Service correctly to receive the images Refer to the relevant display Raymarine Product Repair Center Raymarine plc handbook for full details 21 Manchester Street Anchorage Park Merrimack NH Portsmouth 030544801 PO3 5TDEMC conformance USA EnglandAll Raymarine equipment and accessories are designed to the best industry Help us to help youstandards for use in the recreational marine environment The design andmanufacture of Raymarine equipment and accessories conforms to theappropriate Compatibility EMC standards but correct To allow us to respond to your needs faster please quote the Equipment type Model number and Serial number when requesting service D8538 1 User is required to ensure that performance is not compromised Whats in the box Cable runs The Raymarine CAM 100 CCTV camera is a high You need to consider the following points before installing the system cables quality 550 TVL horizontal resolution color You need to connect the camera to the display unit and power supply camera available in two models C All cables should be adequately clamped and protected from physical damage B E03006 PAL format A and exposure to heat avoid running cables through bilges or doorways or E03007 NTSC format close to moving or hot objects Acute bends must be avoided The camera has 14 infrared light emitting diodes LEDs offering an extraordinary clear F Where a cable passes through an exposed bulkhead or deck head a watertight view in pitch black darknessThe unit is E gland or swan neck tube should be used D85321 waterproof to CFR46 CCTV camera cables cannot be cut and rejoined D G notices 1Decide the camera position to obtain the best D85331 coverage of the selected area CAUTION Power supply The Raymarine CAM 100 CCTV camera is suitable for 2Drill holes for cable runs A CCTV camera E Pan head screws x 3 use on 12 V DC power supply only 3Thread the cable into position through the B Suncover F Hex key mount CAUTION Power supply A 05A quickblow fuse should be fitted to the positive C Adjustable mounting bracket G Adapter cable 4Fix the adjustable mounting bracket into red lead of the camera D Lens cover H Nylon washers not illustrated position using nylon washers to protect paintwork under the screw heads CAUTION Camera lens The camera lens cover is made of glass Care should be What tools are required D85351 5Attach the camera to the mounting bracket taken to avoid personal injury if broken and lock in position using the locknut CAUTION Installation The head of the bracket can be adjusted This product IS NOT suitable for installation vertically through 90o and can be rotated underwater Drill Drill bit Phillips through 360o screwdriver This product contains no user serviceable parts D85341 6Connect the camera to the display and fine tune its orientation to obtain the best picture What accessories are available 7Lock the camera into the correct position using To enable you to complete the cabling to install your camera the following accessories the allen key providedWaste Electrical and Electronic WEEE Directive are available D85361 The WEEE Directive requires the recycling of waste electrical and 8Clip on the suncover E06017 5m extension cable electronic equipment Whilst the WEEE Directive does not apply to some E06018 15 m extension cable of Raymarines products we support its requirements as part of our You can join these cables in any combination to achieve the required cable length but environmental policy and we ask you to be aware of how you should dispose of this product The crossed out wheelie bin symbol found on for optimum performance Raymarine recommend that the total cable length does not Cable connections exceed 50 mour products signifies that it should not be disposed of in general waste or landfill Male Female The extension cables from the camera to the display unit arePlease contact your local dealer national distributor or Raymarine Technical Services joined using the malefemale twist connectorsfor information on product disposal
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