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We have put together this quick installation guide on how to properly install the Axis P5534 HD camera inside the new Dotworkz D2 rugged IP66 camera ...
Using the included Axis Torx screw driver unscrew all 8 bottom Torx screws (4 "outside" ones for the main cover plus 4 for smaller cables latch cover)...
After unscrewing, remove P5534 camera cover and open smaller cable latch. Set aside the main lower camera shroud as it is not going to be needed.
Attach the Dotworkz 5502-491 patch cable that will provide camera power; attach the RG45 connector of a CAT5 Ethernet cable to the camera; Feed both c...
Securely close the cable latch using the Torx screw driver again.
Attach the Axis P5534 camera collar to the Dotworkz universal camera mounting plate, making sure to line up correctly and tightening lock washers secu...
You will need to use the 1.5 and the 0.75 inches standoffs on the 4 brass inserts on top of the D2 enclosure - DO NOT over tighten or cross thread the...
Twist-lock camera into collar while applying down pressure; line up the diamond mark as in this picture; Secure the camera plate to the standoffs usin...
Check camera install by carefully closing the D2 camera hatch and verifying clearance between camera and D2 lens: should be enough space between the c...
Remove the terminal block from Dotworkz 5502-491 cable: you will only use BROWN and RED wires.
Connect BROWN wire to (-) negative and RED to (+) positive on the MVP terminal. The BLACK wire is not used so we recommend isolating it with electrica...
Run CAT5 cable through existing D2 cable gland; Remove the plug and install an included second cable gland, making sure to seal it tight. Note: if usi...
Have a qualified electrician connect an external power source to D2 terminal power block. See manual for more details.
Make sure to have only one cable per gland and tighten them really shut to completely seal D2 enclosure from the outside.
Close the enclosure and tighten all screws using a philips screw driver. The D2 can be mounted directly to a wall or to a pole mount adapter.
Make sure to create a U shape drip loop with the cables to prevent water from pooling and possibily seeping inside.
- The camera uses and comes standard with a proprietary POE (802.3AT) that is not compatible with standard POE 802.3AF. With the AXIS POE you are limi...
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