1. Remove the external sunshade for preparations (see Figure 3-1).
Figure 3-1: How to remove external sunshade
2. If using an external mount or conduit fixing hole and banding directly to pole or mast arm, feed network cable through the access hole.
If banding to the pole, feed bands through the cutouts on the side of the adapter box (see Figure 3-2).
If using an external mount, attached the adapter box to it (see Figure 3-3). Band to pole or mast arm.
Figure 3-2: Pole banding
Figure 3-3: External mount banding
3. Install an RJ45 connector on the end of the CAT5e or CAT6 cable. Use the RJ45 cap to feed the cable through the included grommet. Then slightly pull it back to seal it properly.
4. Install the adapter box mounting pin and mounting screw to hold the camera in place.
5. Install the grommet into the grommet cover and secure it with a screw.
6. Connect the LAN cable and close camera so it is attached to the adapter box. Then secure it with the included hex screws.
7. Loosen pan, tilt and yaw screws and roughly aim the camera and level it. Then, tighten the screws until they are snug enough that the camera does not move.
8. Connect the camera to the PoE switch in the cabinet to provide power (the link light should turn orange). If you have an analog monitor, you can connect it to the monitor port and use the TELE and WIDE buttons to adjust the zoom to get the correct field-of-view (FOV). Otherwise, go the next step to connect to the camera web UI.
9. Connect a laptop to the maintenance port to find the IP address of the camera(s).
10. Do you have the EasyIPSetup firmware downloaded?
Continue to step 21.
Follow the instructions below to download and access the firmware.
11. Down the EasyIPSetup firmware here: bit.ly/3P6czHs
NOTE: Compatible browswers include Microsoft Edge (IE mode), Microsoft Edge, Chrome, Firefox, and Internet Explorer.
12. Click on the three dots, then click Download.
13. Access the downloads folder on your laptop and open the EasyIPSetup.exe file.
14. A pop-up will appear, "Do you want to allow this app to make changes on your device?"
15. The license agreement will appear. Select the "I accept the terms in the licence agreement" button and click OK.
16. A list of connected cameras will appear.
17. Select the camera and press Network Settings, then press Static.
NOTE: If cameras have been powered on for over 20 minutes, they will need to be rebooted.
18. Do this for each camera.
19. Locate the IP address.
NOTE: Make a note of the IP address for logging in to the webserver later.
20. Enter the IP address into your browswer to connect to the camera. Login with the following credentials:
21. Click on the Setup tab. Select Image/Audio - Image quality - Zoom/Focus adjustment.
Use the Zoom ratio designation slider and Execute button to adjust the FOV.
Once the FOV is set using either method, use the Auto focus button to set the focus. If a monitor was used to adjust the FOV, you will still need to focus via the web UI.
NOTE: Do not change any other settings. Press Set, then Close.
Click the Live tab and leave open while finishing the camera install.
22. Tighten the pan, tilt and yaw screws to the specified amount in step 7. Attach and secure the front cover.
NOTE: To make it easier to troubleshoot, connect the cameras to the Ethernet ports in the order you would like them to be listed in Supervisor. Remember this order when setting up the cameras in Supervisor so that CAM1 will be connected to port 1 on the switch. Follow that process for remaining cameras.
23. Double check the FOV is still good with the Live view in the camera web UI.