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The ADC Bullet Camera is a high-performance camera with powerful night vision capabilities. With its 1080p HD quality video and highly visible design, the camera provides a strong visual deterrent that is ideal for both commercial and high-end residential video installations. The camera features commercial-grade construction with an IP-67 rating and Power over Ethernet (PoE) capabilities.
Power Requirement: 12VDC, 10W.
Ethernet Connection: 10/100Mbps.
Live Resolution: 1920x1080, 1280x720, or 640x360.
Recording Resolution: 1920x1080 or 1280x720.
Angle of View: 86°.
ADC Bullet Camera
Allen Key (within box)
Screws and Fishers (within box)
A pre-run Cat-6 (Ethernet) cable (less than 100 metres) from the Network Switch to the installation point.
3x3 Knockout Box recessed firmly at the installation point.
UNBOXING THE ADC BULLET CAMERA
Inside the package, you should find:
ADC Bullet Camera
Screws and Fishers
DO’S AND DON'TS OF BULLET CAMERA INSTALLATION
DO NOT install cameras with obstacles in the way e.g. trees, poles, fences.
Camera focus should be away from walls and should not intrude other’s privacy.
Cameras are to be installed tilting downwards. The mounting point should be at a suitable height to easily capture the focus area.
Cameras should be installed on walls or grounded poles. For mounting on poles, the cables are recessed into the poles.
Before installing, ensure the following has been checked. Inspect the prepared installation point and confirm that:
The 3x3 Knockout Box has been recessed neatly into the wall and the surface ready for camera installation.
Ensure the Cat-6 cable has about 0.5metres sticking out of the wall.
Ensure the Cat-6 cable has been crimped with RJ-45 connectors and cable passed.
Tuck in the excess Cat-6 cable neatly into the 3x3 Knockout Box.
Paste the Drill Template sticker on the installation point. Make sure this fully covers the box.
Drill into the screw points. When done, peel out the Drill Template sticker and insert the fishers into each of the holes firmly.
This is the weatherproof joint. This is used to protect the ethernet plug from moisture and dust
First, slide in the cap first, then the barrel, onto the Cat-6 cable. Then, wrap the band neatly around the mouth of the camera’s Ethernet plug.
Plug in the crimped Cat-6 cable into the RJ45 Ethernet Connector. You will see four (4) LED’s appear on the face of the camera for 3 seconds, then go off.
With the band on, twist the plugged-in Ethernet cable into the smooth end of the barrel till held tight.
Wrap the cable jacket around the Cat-6 cable and push it into the jagged end on the barrel till held tight. Then twist the cap onto the jagged end of the barrel.
Inspect to make sure the cable has been sealed properly.
Carefully tuck in the excess sealed joint, excess Cat-6 cables and power cable into the Knockout box.
Screw the camera firmly to the fishers in the wall. Ensure to use all the screws so there will be reduced weight and pressure on all screws.
There are three (3) allen screws on the body of the camera, each controlling a particular joint of the camera. In the “Smarter Video - ADC Bullet Camera Configuration” documentation, we will talk about adjusting these. For now, use the allen key to tighten them firmly.
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