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February 2011

Americas

Bosch Security Systems, Inc.

130 Perinton Parkway

Fairport, New York, 14450,

USA

Phone: + 1 800 289 0096

Fax: +1 585 223 9180

security.sales@us.bosch.com

www.boschsecurity.us

Europe, Middle East, Africa

Bosch Security Systems B.V.

P.O. Box 80002

5600 JB Eindhoven, The Netherlands

Phone: + 31 40 2577 284

Fax: +31 40 2577 330

emea.securitysystems@bosch.com

www.boschsecurity.com

Asia-Pacific

Robert Bosch (SEA) Pte Ltd, Security Systems

11 Bishan Street 21

Singapore 573943

Phone: +65 6571 2600

Fax: +65 6571 2698

apr.securitysystems@bosch.com

www.boschsecurity.com

Product Guide Specification


Specifier Notes: This product guide specification is written according to the Construction Specifications Institute (CSI) 3-Part Format, based on MasterFormat 2004 and The Project Resource Manual—CSI Manual of Practice. The Manufacturer is responsible for technical accuracy.
The section must be carefully reviewed and edited by the Architect or Engineer to meet the requirements of the project and local building code. Words and sentences within brackets [ ] are choices to include or exclude a particular item or statement. Coordinate this section with other specification sections and the Drawings. Delete all “Specifier Notes” after editing this section.




SECTION 28 23 29

VIDEO SURVEILLANCE REMOTE DEVICES AND SENSORS

BOSCH AUTODOME COLOR MODULAR CAMERAS



  1. GENERAL




    1. SUMMARY




      1. Section Includes

        1. Video Surveillance Remote Devices




      1. Related Sections

        1. Section [28 23 13 – Video Surveillance Control and Management Systems].

        2. Section [28 23 16 – Video Surveillance Monitoring and Supervisory Interfaces].

        3. Section [28 23 19 – Digital Video Recorders and Analog Recording Devices].

        4. Section [28 23 23 – Video Surveillance Systems Infrastructure].


**********Specifier’s note: Include those standards referenced elsewhere in this SECTION.


    1. REFERENCES




      1. American National Standards Institute (ANSI) (www.ansi.org).

        1. ANSI C63.4 Methods of Measurement of Radio-Noise Emissions from Low-Voltage Electrical and Electronic Equipment in the Range of 9 kHz to 40 GHz.




      1. Australia and New Zealand Standards

        1. AS/NZS 3548 Limits and methods of measurement of radio disturbance characteristics of information technology equipment.




      1. Canadian Standards Association (CSA)

        1. CAN/CSA E60950-1 Information Technology Equipment Safety.




      1. European Norm

        1. EN 50121-4 Railway Applications - Electromagnetic Compatibility - Part 4: Emission and Immunity of the Signaling and Telecommunications Apparatus.

        2. EN 50130-4 Alarm Systems - Electromagnetic Compatibility - Product Family Standard: Immunity Requirements For Components Of Fire, Intruder And Social Alarm Systems.

        3. EN 55022 class A (CE) – Information Technology Equipment – Radio Disturbance Characteristics – Limits and Methods of Measurement for Emission.

        4. EN 55024 Information Technology Equipment (CE) – Immunity Characteristics – Limits and Methods of Measurement.

        5. EN 60950 (CE) – Information Technology Equipment - Safety.

        6. EN 61000-3-2 (CE) Electromagnetic Compatibility – Limits for Harmonic Current Emissions.

        7. EN 61000-3-3 (CE) Electromagnetic Compatibility – Limits – Limitation of Voltage Changes, Voltage Fluctuations and Limitation of Voltage.




      1. Federal Communications Commission (FCC) (www.fcc.gov)

        1. FCC CFR 47 part 15 class A – Telecommunications – Radio Frequency Devices – Digital Device Emission.




      1. International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC)

        1. IEC 60529 Degrees of protection provided by enclosures (IP Code).

        2. IEC 60950 Information Technology Equipment – Safety.




      1. Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Inc. (IEEE) (www.ieee.org)

        1. IEEE 802.3af Power Over Ethernet.




      1. International Organization for Standardization (ISO)

        1. 9001 – Quality System.




      1. Underwriters Laboratories, Inc. (UL) (www.ul.com)

        1. UL 50 Enclosures for Electrical Equipment.

        2. UL 2043 Fire Test for Heat and Visible Smoke Release for Discrete Products and their Accessories Installed in Air-Handling Spaces.

        3. UL 60950-1 Information Technology Equipment - Safety.



    1. DEFINITIONS




      1. IP Camera: conventional analog camera with an embedded encoder that directly generates IP Video stream.



      1. Encoders and Decoders: devices that transmit video, audio and camera control data to IP Cameras via IP Network such as Ethernet LAN, WAN or Internet.




      1. IP Video Management System: video surveillance system that enables users to view video via both a PC and analog monitors. Comprises a PC Based Host, Video Management Software, IP Cameras, IP Network switch and storage units.




      1. iSCSI: refers to protocol, a standardized way to talk to IP-based storage across an IP network



    1. SYSTEM DESCRIPTION




      1. Video Surveillance Remote Devices

        1. Dome Color CCD camera




      1. Performance Requirements

        1. A color high resolution CCD dome camera system that allows to upgrading functionality, adapting to changing security needs, and migrating from analog to IP technology.

        2. Provide 24 hour security with detail images – day or night.

        3. Possesses advanced intelligence features.

        4. Have different mounting versions.




    1. SUBMITTALS




      1. Submit under provisions of Section [01 33 00.]




      1. Product Data:

        1. Manufacturer’s data, user and installation manuals for all equipment and software programs including computer equipment and other equipment required for complete video management system.




      1. Shop Drawings; include

        1. System device locations on architectural floor plans.

        2. Full Schematic of system, including wiring information for all devices.




      1. Closeout Submittals

        1. User manual.

        2. Parts list.

        3. System device locations on architectural floor plans.

        4. Wiring and connection diagram.

        5. Maintenance requirements.




    1. QUALITY ASSURANCE




      1. Manufacturer:

        1. Minimum of [10] years experience in manufacture and design Video Surveillance Devices.

        2. Manufacturer’s quality system: Registered to ISO 9001 Quality Standard.




      1. Video Surveillance System

        1. Listed by [UL] [EN] [FCC] specifically for the required loads. Provide evidence of compliance upon request.




      1. Installer:

        1. Minimum of [5] years experience installing Video Surveillance System.




    1. DELIVERY, STORAGE AND HANDLING




      1. Comply with requirements of Section [01 60 00].




      1. Deliver materials in manufacture’s original, unopened, undamaged containers; and unharmed original identification labels.




      1. Protect store materials from environmental and temperature conditions following manufacturer’s instructions.




      1. Handle and operate products and systems according to manufacturer’s instructions.




      1. Bosch provides off-the-shelf availability for our top selling products and same-day or 24-hour shipping.




    1. WARRANTY




      1. Provide manufacturer’s warranty covering [3] years for replacement and repair of defective equipment.




    1. MAINTENANCE




      1. Make ordering of new equipment for expansions, replacements, and spare parts available to dealers and end users.




      1. Provide factory direct technical support from 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. via phone and e-mail.



  1. PRODUCTS




    1. MANUFACTURERS




      1. Acceptable Manufacturer:

[Bosch Security Systems, Inc.

130 Perinton Parkway

Fairport, New York, 1450, USA

Phone: + 1 800 289 0096

Fax: + 1 585 223 9180

security.sales@us.bosch.com

www.boschsecurity.us]
[Bosch Security Systems B.V.

P.O. Box 80002

5600 JB Eindhoven, The Netherlands

Phone: + 31 40 2577 284

Fax: +31 40 2577 330

emea.securitysystems@bosch.com

www.boschsecurity.com]
[Asia-Pacific

Robert Bosch (SEA) Pte Ltd, Security Systems

11 Bishan Street 21

Singapore 573943

Phone: +65 6258 5511

Fax: +65 6571 2698

apr.securitysystems@bosch.com

www.boschsecurity.com]



      1. Substitutions: [Not permitted.] [Under provisions of Division 1.]

        1. [All proposed substitutions must be approved by the Architect or Engineer professional.]

        2. [Proposed substitutions must provide a line-by-line compliance documentation.]


**********Specifier’s note: Select Camera System Series based on project requirement. Bosch AutoDome Camera System is modular; therefore there are multiple possible configurations.


    1. BOSCH AUTODOME COLOR MODULAR CAMERA SYSTEM [SERIES 100] [SERIES 200] [SERIES 300] [SERIES 500i]




      1. General Characteristics:

        1. A modular camera system based on five types of interchangeable modules: CPU, camera, housing, communications and power supply.

          1. CPU Module determines fixed or PTZ (pan/tilt/zoom) capability and advance intelligence functions like: privacy masking, motion detection and tracking.

          2. Camera Module includes fixed or PTZ, color or Day/Night and zoom range options.

          3. Housing Module is available for indoor and outdoor applications.

          4. Communications Module determines how video and data will be communicated to the matrix switch, DVR or IP video system.

          5. Power supply module options meet site specific installation requirements (indoor or outdoor) and protection against unexpected surges in power.

        2. Allow hotswap capability (change modules without having to power down the system).

        3. Camera dome bubble:

          1. Meets flame, crush, and impact resistant requirements able to exceed UL 746C standard for polymeric material enclosures.

          2. [Is a high-resolution bubble made of acrylic]

          3. [Is a high-impact bubble made of 2.6 mm thick polycarbonate able to withstand a 100 foot-pound impact or the equivalent of a 10 lb sledgehammer dropped from a height of 10 feet.]

          4. Should have a clear or tinted version.

        4. Camera housing designed in-ceiling, or indoor/outdoor pendant versions.

        5. Camera dome designed in wall mount, roof (parapet) mount, mast (pole) mount, corner mount, pipe mount, and in-ceiling versions. The pendant camera system is a Type 4X (NEMA 4X) and IP66 certified, rugged, weather-resistant package.




      1. AutoDome Color Modular Camera System Series 100 features:

        1. Ensure that any advanced commands required to program the dome are accessed via three levels of password protection ranging from low to high.

        2. Fine tuning or special settings of the camera setup will be accomplished by using a simple on screen display (OSD) menu tree operated by control buttons on the side of the camera. The camera will provide a seventeen (17) character camera ID.

        3. Possess on-screen display menus that support English, French, German, Spanish, Portuguese, Polish, Italian, and Dutch.

        4. Compatible with Bosch BilinxTM where remote configuration, and camera firmware updates can be done over the video signal of the coaxial cable. Bilinx operation can be functional via other modes of video transmission including fiber optic and passive UTP.

        5. Allow an optional hybrid analogue/IP communication module that simultaneously streams IP video across a local or wide area network, and analogue video via coaxial cabling to support existing analog equipment.

        6. Allow an optional integral fiber optic transceiver module, capable of transmitting and receiving video and Biphase signals up to 2.5 miles (4 km). The fiber optic module is compatible with 50/125 mm, 62.5/125 mm, low-loss multimode glass fiber, rated for minimum system bandwidth of 20 MHz (video 850nm/data 1300nm).

        7. Allow an optional integral fiber optic Ethernet media converter kit module capabale of transmitting 10/100 Mbps Ethernet signals over fiber optic cable using Small Form-factor Pluggable (SFP) modules up to 37 miles (60 km). The fiber optic module is compatible with 50/125 mm, 62.5/125 mm, low-loss multimode glass fiber and : 8–10/125 µm singlemode fiber.

        8. Compatible with Bosch Allegiant series switcher/controller, Divar and DiBos digital video recorders, and Bosch IP network video solutions like the VIDOS video management system, and Bosch Video Management System (BVMS).

        9. XF-Dynamic technology to extend the dynamic light range of the camera by 90db, and automatically processes the digital signal produced by the 15-bit digital signal process (DSP) technology to optimally, and simultaneously, capture the picture detail in both the highlight and lowlight areas to maximize the information visible in the picture.

        10. NightSense which automatically activates under low-light conditions to boost sensitivity by 9db (a factor of 3) during monochrome operation. The NightSense feature can be switched on manually through a camera menu selection, or by using Bilinx coaxial control interface. The camera can also be forced from the color mode to monochrome mode.

        11. Day/Night mode to enhance night viewing by increasing the IR sensitivity. An internal IR filter will switch from color to monochrome mode automatically by sensing the illumination level. An internal through-the-lens IR detector will enhance the monochrome mode stability by preventing the camera from reverting to color mode when IR illumination is dominant.

        12. SensUp to enhance sensitivity by increasing the integration time on the CCD by a factor of 10.

        13. Back Light Compensation (BLC) to selectively amplify an area of interest in the image to compensate for large contrast differences when only a portion of the image is brightly lit.

        14. Auto Black to enhance contrast by compensating for reduced contrast due to fog, mist, or glare.

        15. Default Shutter to eliminate motion blur caused by fast-moving objects by automatically adjusting the lens opening at fast shutter speeds. The AutoDome Modular Camera System is compatible with Bosch Allegiant series switcher/controller, Divar and DiBos digital video recorders, the LTC 5136 AutoDome Controller, and Bosch IP network video solutions like the VIDOS video management system, and Bosch Video Management System (BVMS).




      1. AutoDome Color Modular Camera System Series [200] [300] [500i] features:

        1. Provide a fast address method to allow the camera address number used for control to be remotely programmed from the system keyboard.

        2. Ensure that any advanced commands required to program the dome are accessed via three levels of password protection ranging from low to high.

        3. Provide a feature that automatically rotates, or pivots, the camera to simplify tracking of a person walking directly under the camera.

        4. Provide advanced troubleshooting and diagnostics via diagnostic LEDs and on-screen diagnostic displays.

        5. Possess on-screen display menus that support English, French, German, Spanish, Portuguese, Polish, Italian, Russian, Czech, and Dutch.

        6. Allow an optional hybrid analogue/IP communication module that simultaneously stream IP video across a local or wide area network, and analogue video via coaxial cabling to support existing analog equipment.

        7. Allow an optional integral fiber optic transceiver module, capable of transmitting and receiving video and Biphase signals up to 2.5 miles (4 km). The fiber optic module is compatible with 50/125 mm, 62.5/125 mm, low-loss multimode glass fiber, rated for minimum system bandwidth of 20 MHz
          (video 850 nm/data 1300 nm).

        8. Allow an optional integral fiber optic Ethernet media converter kit module capabale of transmitting 10/100 Mbps Ethernet signals over fiber optic cable using Small Form-factor Pluggable (SFP) modules up to 37 miles (60 km). The fiber optic module is compatible with 50/125 mm, 62.5/125 mm, low-loss multimode glass fiber and : 8–10/125 µm singlemode fiber.

        9. Compatible with Bosch Allegiant series switcher/controller, Divar and DiBos digital video recorders, and Bosch IP network video solutions like the VIDOS video management system, and Bosch Video Management System (BVMS).


**********Specifier’s note: Select CPU module based on project requirement. The CPU modules are interchangeable with any AutoDome Modular Camera System.


      1. CPU MODULES

        1. 100 Series CPU Module VG4-MCPU-100

          1. Provide fixed camera functionality, hotswap camera module replacement, pluggable communications module upgrades, and built-in surge suppression.

          2. Interchangeable with any AutoDome Modular Camera System.

        2. 200 Series CPU Module VG4-MCPU-200

          1. Provide fast 360º per second camera pan/tilt speeds; advanced troubleshooting and diagnostics via diagnostic LEDs and on-screen displays; and built in surge protection.

          2. Store up to 64 preset scenes with each preset programmable for 16 character titles. A tour function will be available to display consecutively each of the preset scenes for a programmed dwell time. Any or all of the presets can be included or excluded from the tour.

          3. Provide an AutoPivot feature to automatically rotate and flip the camera as it tilts through the vertical position to maintain the correct orientation of the image.

          4. Provide an AutoScaling feature that will reduce the pan/tilt speed as the camera zooms in on an object, so that the relative speed on the screen remains constant.

          5. Interchangeable with any AutoDome Modular Camera System.

        3. 300 Series CPU Module VG4-MCPU-300

          1. Provide fast 360º per second camera pan/tilt speeds; advanced troubleshooting and diagnostics via diagnostic LEDs and on-screen displays; and built in surge protection. The camera's 360º rotation can be divided into 16 independent sectors with 16-character titles per sector. Any or all of the 16 sectors can be blanked from the operator's view.

          2. Provide 24 masks with up to 8 masks per scene that prohibit areas of the field of view from being seen even if the camera is panned, tilted, or zoomed. The masks can be shaped using three (3), four (4) or five (5) anchor points to form different shapes to best fit the area to be masked. Mask selections can be black, white or blurred.

          3. Have preset tour function. Allow the recording of two (2) separate tours of an operator's keyboard movements consisting of tilt and zoom activities, for a total combined duration time of 15 minutes. The recorded tours can be continuously played back.

          4. Store up to 99 preset scenes with each preset programmable for 16 character titles. Two (2) separate preset tours can be available to display consecutively the preset scenes for a programmed dwell time. Any or all of the presets can be included or excluded from the tour.

          5. Provide advanced alarm handling to manage up to seven (7) alarm inputs and four (4) alarm outputs by means of a programmable "Rules" engine. Any or all of the input contacts can be programmed upon activation to automatically move the camera to any preposition location, close an output relay for a programmed period of time, and display an alarm indication on the on-screen display of the monitor.

          6. When an operator stops manual control of the camera, and a programmed period of time is allowed to expire, the camera can execute one of the following programmable options: return to a preset number, return to the automated tour previously executed, and do nothing.

          7. Provide an AutoPivot feature to automatically rotate and flip the camera as it tilts through the vertical position to maintain the correct orientation of the image.

          8. Provide an AutoScaling feature that reduce the pan/tilt speed as the camera zooms in on an object, so that the relative speed on the screen remains constant.

          9. Interchangeable with any AutoDome Modular Camera System.

        4. 500i Series CPU Module

          1. Provide fast 360º per second camera pan/tilt speeds; advanced troubleshooting and diagnostics via diagnostic LEDs and on-screen displays; and built in surge protection. The camera's 360º rotation can be divided into 16 independent sectors with 16-character titles per sector. Any or all of the 16 sectors can be blanked from the operator's view.

          2. Provide 24 masks with up to 8 masks per scene that prohibit areas of the field of view from being seen even if the camera is panned, tilted, or zoomed. The masks can be shaped using three (3), four (4) or five (5) anchor points to form different shapes to best fit the area to be masked. Mask selections will be black, white or blurred.

          3. Have a preset tour function. Allow the recording of two (2) separate tours of an operator's keyboard movements consisting of tilt and zoom activities, for a total combined duration time of 15 minutes. The recorded tours can be continuously played back.

          4. Store up to 99 preset scenes with each preset programmable for 16 character titles. Two (2) separate preset tours can be available to display consecutively the preset scenes for a programmed dwell time. Any or all of the presets can be included or excluded from the tour.

          5. Provide advanced alarm handling to manage up to seven (7) alarm inputs and four (4) alarm outputs by means of a programmable "Rules" engine. Any or all of the input contacts can be programmed upon activation to automatically move the camera to any preposition location, close an output relay for a programmed period of time, transmit an alarm signal (via Bilinx) and display an alarm indication on the on-screen display of the monitor.

          6. When an operator stops manual control of the camera, and a programmed period of time is allowed to expire, the camera CPU can execute one of the following programmable options: return to a stored preset number, return to the automated tour previously executed, and do nothing.

          7. Provide enhanced automatic motion tracking using a dedicated digital signal processor (DSP) for smooth object tracking and the ability to follow an object continually when passing behind a privacy mask. In addition, the enhanced automatic motion detection can use Virtual Masking technology to ignore areas of extraneous background motion.

          8. Provide video motion detection (VMD) that can be configured to create a region of interest within multiple preset positions where motion is to be detected. Support a total of 10 individual regions of interest (one per preset position). The VMD take advantage of Bosch virtual masking to ignore areas of unwanted motion.

          9. Provide image stabilization using a dedicated digital signal processor (DSP) to minimize camera shake on both the horizontal and vertical axes while maintaining a clear image as the zoom range increases. The image stabilization algorithms does not reduce camera sensitivity.

          10. Provide an AutoPivot feature to automatically rotate and flip the camera as it tilts through the vertical position to maintain the correct orientation of the image.

          11. Provide an AutoScaling feature that will reduce the pan/tilt speed as the camera zooms in on an object, so that the relative speed on the screen remains constant.

          12. Interchangeable with any AutoDome Modular Camera System.


**********Specifier’s note: Fixed camera modules can be used only with AutoDome Modular Camera System 100 Series. Select camera module based on project requirement.


      1. FIXED CAMERA MODULES

        1. Bosch 2.7 mm–13.5 mm Color Camera Module [VG4-MCAM-51 PAL] [VG4-MCAM-61 NTSC]

          1. A 1/3-inch digital CCD color camera capable of producing resolution of 540 horizontal TV lines. Design based on a 15-bit DSP image processing technology to provide excellent sensitivity and extended dynamic range coverage without artifacts. Design in [NTSC (60 Hz)] [PAL (50 Hz)] version.

          2. Possess NightSense feature, which automatically activates under low-light conditions to boost sensitivity by 9db (a factor of 3) during monochrome operation. The NightSense feature can be switched on manually through a camera menu selection, or by using Bilinx coaxial control interface. The camera can be forced from the color mode to monochrome mode.

          3. Design to be hot swappable with any AutoDome Modular Camera System.

          4. Requirements:

            1. Imager: 1/3 inch Interline CCD.

            2. Resolution Horizontal: 540 TVL (NTSC, PAL).

            3. Iris: Automatic

            4. Field of View: 78.3 to 18.5

            5. Optical Zoom: 5X

            6. Video Output: 1.0Vp-p, 75 ohms

            7. Gain Control: Off/Auto (with adjustable limit) manual

            8. Synchronization: Line-lock (0 to 358 vertical phase adjust) or internal crystal

            9. Aperture Correction: Horizontal and vertical

            10. Sensitivity – (30 IRE): F1.4, 1/60 (1/50) shutter, max AGC

              1. SensUp Off: 0.29 lux

              2. SensUp On: 0.029 lux

            11. Signal to Noise Ratio: Greater than 50 dB

            12. White Balance: 2500 K to 9000 K (with AWB hold mode and manual mode)

        2. Bosch 2.7 mm–13.5 mm Day/Night Camera Module [VG4-MCAM-52 PAL] [VG4-MCAM-62 NTSC]

          1. A 1/3-inch digital CCD color camera capable of producing resolution of 540 horizontal TV lines. Design based on a 15-bit DSP image processing technology to provide excellent sensitivity and extended dynamic range coverage without artifacts. Design in [NTSC (60 Hz)] [PAL (50 Hz)] version.

          2. Possess a Day/Night feature to enhance night viewing by increasing the IR sensitivity. An internal IR filter switch from color to monochrome mode automatically by sensing the illumination level. An internal through-the-lens IR detector enhance the monochrome mode stability by preventing the camera from reverting to color mode when IR illumination is dominant. The IR filter can be switched manually through a camera menu selection, or by using Bilinx coaxial control interface.

          3. Design to be hot swappable with any AutoDome Modular Camera System.

          4. Requirements:

            1. Imager: 1/3 inch Interline CCD.

            2. Resolution Horizontal: 540 TVL (NTSC, PAL).

            3. Iris: Automatic.

            4. Field of View: 78.3 to 18.5.

            5. Optical Zoom: 5X.

            6. Video Output: 1.0Vp-p, 75 ohms.

            7. Gain Control: Off/Auto (with adjustable limit) manual.

            8. Synchronization: Line-lock (0 to 358 vertical phase adjust) or internal crystal.

            9. Aperture Correction: Horizontal and vertical.

            10. Sensitivity – (30 IRE): F1.4, 1/60 (1/50) shutter, max AGC.

              1. Color Mode (30 IRE)

SensUp Off: 0.29 lux.

SensUp On: 0.029 lux.

              1. Night Mode (30 IRE)

SensUp Off: 0.12 lux.

SensUp On: 0.012 lux.

            1. Signal to Noise Ratio: Greater than 50 dB.

            2. White Balance: 2500 K to 9000 K (with AWB hold mode and manual mode).

        1. Bosch 5 mm–50 mm Color Camera Module [VG4-MCAM-53 PAL] [VG4-MCAM-63 NTSC]

          1. A 1/3-inch digital CCD color camera capable of producing resolution of 540 horizontal TV lines. Design based on a 15-bit DSP image processing technology to provide excellent sensitivity and extended dynamic range coverage without artifacts. Design in [NTSC (60 Hz)] [PAL (50 Hz)] version.

          2. Possess NightSense feature, which automatically activates under low-light conditions to boost sensitivity by 9db (a factor of 3) during monochrome operation. The NightSense feature can be switched on manually through a camera menu selection, or by using Bilinx coaxial control interface. The camera can be forced from the color mode to monochrome mode.

          3. Design to be hot swappable with any AutoDome Modular Camera System.

          4. Requirements:

            1. Imager: 1/3 inch Interline CCD.

            2. Resolution Horizontal: 540 TVL (NTSC, PAL).

            3. Iris: Automatic.

            4. Field of View: 47.5 to 5.

            5. Optical Zoom: 5X.

            6. Video Output: 1.0Vp-p, 75 ohms.

            7. Gain Control: Off/Auto (with adjustable limit) manual.

            8. Synchronization: Line-lock (0 to 358 vertical phase adjust) or internal crystal.

            9. Aperture Correction: Horizontal and vertical.

            10. Sensitivity – (30 IRE): F1.4, 1/60 (1/50) shutter, max AGC

              1. SensUp Off: 0.42 lux.

              2. SensUp On: 0.042 lux.

            11. Signal to Noise Ratio: Greater than 50 dB.

            12. White Balance: 2500 K to 9000 K (with AWB hold mode and manual mode).

        2. Bosch 5 mm–50 mm Day/Night Camera Module [VG4-MCAM-54 PAL] [VG4-MCAM-64 NTSC]

          1. A 1/3-inch digital CCD color camera capable of producing resolution of 540 horizontal TV lines. Design based on a 15-bit DSP image processing technology to provide excellent sensitivity and extended dynamic range coverage without artifacts. Design in [NTSC (60 Hz)] [PAL (50 Hz)] version.

          2. Possess a Day/Night feature to enhance night viewing by increasing the IR sensitivity. An internal IR filter switch from color to monochrome mode automatically by sensing the illumination level. An internal through-the-lens IR detector enhance the monochrome mode stability by preventing the camera from reverting to color mode when IR illumination is dominant. The IR filter can be switched manually through a camera menu selection, or by using Bilinx coaxial control interface.

          3. Design to be hot swappable with any AutoDome Modular Camera System.

          4. Requirements:

            1. Imager: 1/3 inch Interline CCD.

            2. Resolution Horizontal: 540 TVL (NTSC, PAL).

            3. Iris: Automatic.

            4. Field of View: 47.5 to 5.

            5. Optical Zoom: 5X.

            6. Video Output: 1.0Vp-p, 75 ohms.

            7. Gain Control: Off/Auto (with adjustable limit) manual.

            8. Synchronization: Line-lock (0 to 358 vertical phase adjust) or internal crystal.

            9. Aperture Correction: Horizontal and vertical.

            10. Sensitivity – (30 IRE): F1.4, 1/60 (1/50) shutter, max AGC

              1. Color Mode (30 IRE)

SensUp Off: 0.42 lux.

SensUp On: 0.042 lux.

              1. Night Mode (30 IRE)

SensUp Off: 0.17 lux.

SensUp On: 0.017 lux.

            1. Signal to Noise Ratio: Greater than 50 dB.

            2. White Balance: 2500 K to 9000 K (with AWB hold mode and manual mode).


**********Specifier’s note: PTZ camera modules can be used for 200, 300 and 500i AutoDome Modular Camera System. Select camera module based on project requirement.


      1. PTZ CAMERA MODULES

        1. Bosch 18X Color PTZ Camera Module [VG4-MCAM-11 PAL] [VG4-MCAM-21 NTSC]

          1. Consist of an integrated high resolution Exview HAD CCD camera using a 1/4-inch imager, an 18x (4.1 – 73.8 mm, F1.4 to F3.0) auto-iris, auto-focus optical zoom lens. Have a variable high-speed 360º pan/tilt drive with a top speed of 120per second.

          2. Designed to perform over a wide range of environmental and lighting conditions with a horizontal resolution of 470 TVL (NTSC) or 480 TVL (PAL) typical and sensitivity down to 0.5 lux.

          3. Designed to be hot swappable with any AutoDome Modular Camera System.

          4. Requirements:

            1. Resolution Horizontal: 470 TVL (NTSC) or 480 TVL (PAL).

            2. Sensitivity – (30 IRE): 0.5 lux (F1.4, 1/60 (1/50) shutter, max AGC).

            3. Electronic Shutter Speed (AES): 1 to 1/10,000.

            4. Lens: 4.1 mm to 73.8 mm (F1.4 to F3.0).

            5. Optical Zoom: 18X.

            6. Video Output: 1.0Vp-p +/- 0.1Vp-p, 75 ohms.

            7. Synchronization: Line-lock (-120 vertical phase adjust) or internal crystal.

            8. Signal to Noise Ratio: Greater than 50 dB.

            9. White Balance: 2,000 K to 10,000 K.

            10. Pan/Tilt Speed: 0.1/s to 120/s.

        2. Bosch 18X Day/Night, 12X Digital, PTZ Camera Module [VG4-MCAM-12 PAL] [VG4-MCAM-22 NTSC]

          1. Consist of an integrated high resolution Exview HAD CCD camera using a 1/4-inch imager, an 18x (4.1 – 73.8 mm, F1.4 to F3.0) auto-iris, auto-focus optical zoom lens. Have a variable high-speed 360º pan/tilt drive with a top speed of 120per second.

          2. Designed to perform over a wide range of environmental and lighting conditions with a horizontal resolution of 470 TVL (NTSC) or 480 TVL (PAL) typical and sensitivity down to 0.0041 lux in color mode, and 0.0007 lux in night mode.

          3. Switch automatically from daylight color operation to a higher sensitivity nighttime monochrome mode when light levels fall below an adjustable threshold level. Day/night operation can also be manually switched on or off from the system switcher/controller keyboard.

          4. Possess a full 12X digital zoom that is functional once the maximum 18X optical zoom limit has been reached. The 12X digital zoom lens is on/off selectable from the system controller keyboard.

          5. Have a Freeze Frame feature that holds a preposition shot while moving to another preposition.

          6. Designed to be hot swappable with any AutoDome Modular Camera System.

          7. Requirements:

            1. Resolution Horizontal: 470 TVL (NTSC) or 480 TVL (PAL)

            2. Sensitivity:

              1. Color Mode (30 IRE): F1.4, 1/60 (1/50) shutter, max AGC

SensUp Off: 0.4 lux

SensUp On: 0.0041 lux

              1. Night Mode (30 IRE): F1.4, 1/60 (1/50) shutter, max AGC

SensUp Off: 0.05 lux

SensUp On: 0.0007 lux

            1. Electronic Shutter Speed (AES): 1 to 1/10,000.

            2. Lens: 4.1 mm to 73.8 mm (F1.4 to F3.0).

            3. Optical Zoom: 18X.

            4. Digital Zoom: 12X.

            5. Video Output: 1.0Vp-p +/- 0.1Vp-p, 75 ohms.

            6. Synchronization: Line-lock (-120 to 120 vertical phase adjust) or internal crystal.

            7. Signal to Noise Ratio: Greater than 50 dB.

            8. White Balance: 2,000 K to 10,000 K.

            9. Pan/Tilt Speed: 0.1/s to 120/s.

        1. Bosch 26X Day/Night, 12X Digital, PTZ Camera Module [VG4-MCAM-13 PAL] [VG4-MCAM-23 NTSC]

          1. Consist of an integrated high resolution Exview HAD CCD camera using a 1/4-inch imager and a 26X (3.5 – 91.0 mm, F1.6 to F3.8) auto-iris, auto-focus optical zoom lens. It will have a variable high speed, 360º pan/tilt drive with a top speed of 120 per second.

          2. Designed to perform over a wide range of environmental and lighting conditions with a horizontal resolution of 470 TVL (NTSC) or 480 TVL (PAL) typical and sensitivity down to 0.0052 lux in color mode, and 0.0013 lux in night mode.

          3. Switch automatically from daylight color operation to a higher sensitivity nighttime monochrome mode when light levels fall below an adjustable threshold level. Day/night operation may also be manually switched on or off from the system switcher/controller keyboard.

          4. Possess a full 12X digital zoom that is functional once the maximum 26X optical zoom limit has been reached. The 12X digital zoom lens is on/off selectable from the system controller keyboard.

          5. Have a Freeze Frame feature that holds a preposition shot while moving to another preposition.

          6. Designed to be hot swappable with any AutoDome Modular Camera System.

          7. Requirements:

            1. Resolution Horizontal: 470 TVL (NTSC) or 480 TVL (PAL).

            2. Sensitivity:

              1. Color Mode (30 IRE): F1.6, 1/60 (1/50) shutter, max AGC

SensUp Off: 0.5 lux

SensUp On: 0.0052 lux

              1. Night Mode (30 IRE): F1.6, 1/60 (1/50) shutter, max AGC

SensUp Off: 0.10 lux

SensUp On: 0.0013 lux

            1. Electronic Shutter Speed (AES): 1 to 1/10,000.

            2. Lens: 3.5 mm to 91.0 mm, (F1.6 to F3.8).

            3. Optical Zoom: 26X.

            4. Digital Zoom: 12X.

            5. Video Output: 1.0Vp-p +/- 0.1Vp-p, 75 ohms.

            6. Synchronization: Line-lock (-120 to 120 vertical phase adjust) or internal crystal.

            7. Signal to Noise Ratio: Greater than 50 dB.

            8. White Balance: 2,000 K to 10,000 K.

            9. Pan/Tilt Speed: 0.1/s to 120/s.

        1. Bosch 36X Day/Night, 12X Digital, PTZ Camera Module

          1. Consist of an integrated high resolution Exview HAD CCD camera using a 1/4-inch imager and a 36X (3.4 – 122.4 mm, F1.6 to F4.5) auto-iris, auto-focus optical zoom lens with manual override. It will have a variable high speed, 360º pan/tilt drive with a top speed of 120º per second.

          2. Designed to perform over a wide range of environmental and lighting conditions with a horizontal resolution of 540 TVL (NTSC/PAL) typical and sensitivity down to 0.03 lux in color mode, and 0.006 lux in night mode.

          3. Switch automatically from daylight color operation to a higher sensitivity nighttime monochrome mode when light levels fall below an adjustable threshold level. Day/night operation may also be manually switched on or off from the system switcher/controller keyboard.

          4. Possess a full 12X digital zoom that is functional once the maximum 36X optical zoom limit has been reached. The 12X digital zoom lens is on/off selectable from the system controller keyboard.

          5. Have a Freeze Frame feature that holds a preposition shot while moving to another preposition.

          6. Designed to be hot swappable with any AutoDome Modular Camera System.

          7. Requirements:

            1. Resolution Horizontal: 540 TVL (NTSC, PAL).

            2. Sensitivity:

              1. Color Mode (30 IRE): F1.6, 1/60 (1/50) shutter, max AGC

SensUp Off: 0.6 lux

SensUp On: 0.003 lux

              1. Night Mode (30 IRE): F1.6, 1/60 (1/50) shutter, max AGC

SensUp Off: 0.16 lux

SensUp On: 0.006 lux

            1. Electronic Shutter Speed (AES): 1 to 1/10,000.

            2. Lens: 3.4 mm to 122.4 mm, (F1.6 to F4.5).

            3. Optical Zoom: 36X.

            4. Digital Zoom: 12X.

            5. Video Output: 1.0Vp-p +/- 0.1Vp-p, 75 ohms.

            6. Synchronization: Line-lock (-120 to 120 vertical phase adjust) or internal crystal.

            7. Signal to Noise Ratio: Greater than 50 dB.

            8. White Balance: 2,000 K to 10,000 K.

            9. Pan/Tilt Speed: 0.1/s to 120/s.


**********Specifier’s note: Bosch Fixed communications module is standard on the AutoDome 100 series. Bosch Standard communications module is standard on the AutoDome 200 and 300 series. Bosch TCP/IP communications module allows network connectivity to any AutoDome 100, 200, 300 or 500i series. Select communications module based on project requirement.


      1. COMMUNICATIONS MODULE

        1. Bosch Fixed communications module VG4-MTRN-0

          1. Accept Bosch BilinxTM code where remote configuration, and camera firmware updates can be accomplished via over-the-coax operation. Bilinx operation is functional by other modes of video transmission including fiber optic and passive UTP.

        2. Bosch Ethernet (TCP/IP) communications module VG4-MTRN-E1

          1. A hybrid IP Communication Module capable of capturing and storing images using H.264 and JPEG encoding and compression, and supplying analogue video over coaxial cable.

          2. Deliver DVD-quality 4CIF video, at rates up to 30 images per second, via TCP/IP over Cat5/Cat6 UTP cable. The IP module leverages bandwidth throttling and multicasting capabilities to manage bandwidth and storage requirements efficiently while delivering the best possible image quality and resolution.

          3. Simultaneously stream two H.264 stream and one JPEG stream.

          4. Generate two independent H.264 streams and a JPEG stream simultaneously. Allow streaming high-quality images for live viewing while recording at a reduced frame rate and, at the same time, stream JPEG images to a remote PDA device.

          5. Support integrated one-way audio to allow a user to monitor audio at the camera site over the network. The video and audio is relayed as a single media stream, so the two are synchronized.

          6. Support iSCSI devices to allow a network-enabled AutoDome to stream video directly to an iSCSI RAID array. Allow local video storage without streaming high bandwidth video across the network. System-recording performance is completely independent from network performance.

          7. Supply simultaneously analogue video over coaxial cable to support existing analogue equipment.

          8. Support the following NTCIP standards:

            1. CCTV Camera Control: NTCIP 1205

            2. Application Layer: SNMP per NTCIP 1101:1996 & NTCIP 2301

            3. Transport/Network Layers: TCP/IP per NTCIP 2202:2001

            4. Sub-network Layer: PMPP (Point to Multi-Point Protocol) per NTCIP 2101:2001 & NTCIP 2102:2003

        3. Bosch Standard communications module VG4-MTRN-S

          1. Support a variety of data transmission methods, including Bilinx (over coax and UTP) and fiber.

          2. Remote control, configuration, and firmware updates can be performed over the cables, offering unparalleled control of cameras.

          3. Possess a Cable compensation feature that provides extended coaxial and UTP distance runs while preventing the image quality degradation caused by signal losses form long cable lengths.

          4. Natively support the following protocols:

            1. Pelco “P”

            2. Pelco “D”

        4. [Bosch Alternative protocol communications module VG4-MTRN-C

          1. Supports these protocols:

            1. American Dynamics Manchester

            2. American Dynamics Sensormatic RS-422]

        5. [Bosch Integral Fiber Optic transceiver module]

          1. [VG4-SFIBER-MM

            1. Analog, multimode fiber optic conversion kit

            2. Transmit and receive video and Biphase signals up to 2.5 miles (4 km).

            3. Compatible with 50/125 µm, 62.5/125 µm, low loss multimode glass fiber, rated for minimum system bandwidth of 20 MHz (video 850 nm/data 1300 nm).]

        6. [Bosch Fiber Optic Ethernet Media Converter Kit]

          1. [VG4-SFPSCKT

            1. Fiber Optic Ethernet Media Converter kit.

            2. Data Rate:

              1. 10/100 Mbps

              2. IEEE 802.3 Compliant

              3. Full Duplex or Half Duplex Electrical Port

              4. Full Duplex Optical Port

            3. Fiber Compatibility:

              1. Multimode fiber: 60/125 µm multimode fiber. For 50/125 µm fiber, subtract 4 dB from the specified optical budget value. Must meet or exceed fiber standard ITU-T G.651.

              2. Singlemode fiber: 8–10/125 µm singlemode fiber. Must meet or exceed fiber standard ITU-T G.652.

              3. Optical Distance Specification: Specified transmission distances are limited to the optical loss of the fiber and any additional loss introduced by connectors, splices, and patch panels. The modules are designed to operate over the entire optical loss budget range, so they do not require a minimum loss in order to operate.]


**********Specifier’s note: Select housing module based on project requirement.


      1. HOUSING MODULES

        1. Designed in Outdoor Pendant, Indoor Pendant, In-Ceiling, and Pressurized Environmental versions.

        2. Housings come standard with recessed setscrews and a recessed bubble latch for increased tamper resistance.

        3. [Optional high-impact (rugged) polycarbonate bubbles available for added protection from vandalism.]

        4. Provide built-in surge protection for power, data, and video and alarm inputs.

        5. In-ceiling housing, tinted bubble VG4-MHSG-CT.

        6. In-ceiling housing, clear bubble VG4-MHSG-CC.

        7. Indoor pendant, tinted bubble VG4-MHSG-PT

          1. Use a hinge, in-place of a tether, to make installation easier and safer.

          2. Allow camera to view 18º above the horizon.

          3. Type 4X (NEMA 4X) and IP66 certified, rugged, and weather-resistant package.

        8. Indoor pendant, clear bubble VG4-MHSG-PC

          1. Use a hinge, in-place of a tether, to make installation easier and safer.

          2. Allow camera to view 18º above the horizon.

          3. Type 4X (NEMA 4X) and IP66 certified, rugged, and weather-resistant package.

        9. Outdoor pendant, tinted bubble VG4-MHSG-ET

          1. Use a hinge, in-place of a tether, to make installation easier and safer.

          2. Allow camera to view 18º above the horizon.

          3. Made of cast aluminum for corrosion resistance, and supplied with a built-in heater/blower to provide an operating temperature range down to -40 degrees C to 50 degrees C (-40 degrees F to 122 degrees F). An optional "XT" temperature kit is available to extend the operational range down to -55º C (-67º F).

          4. Type 4X (NEMA 4X) and IP66 certified, rugged, and weather-resistant package.

        10. Outdoor pendant, clear bubble VG4-MHSG-EC

          1. Use a hinge, in-place of a tether, to make installation easier and safer.

          2. Allow camera to view 18º above the horizon.

          3. Made of cast aluminum for corrosion resistance, and supplied with a built-in heater/blower to provide an operating temperature range down to -40 degrees C to 50 degrees C (-40 degrees F to 122 degrees F). An optional "XT" temperature kit is available to extend the operational range down to -55º C (-67º F).

          4. Type 4X (NEMA 4X) and IP66 certified, rugged, and weather-resistant package.

        11. [Pressurized Environmental Housing, tinted bubble VG4-MHSG-NT

          1. Provide a maximum internal pressure of 11 psi (75.84 kPa) ± 5% of dry nitrogen to eliminate the effects of moisture, dust, insects, and corrosive exhaust fumes.

          2. Use a hinge, in-place of a tether, to make installation easier and safer.

          3. Allow camera to view 18º above the horizon.

          4. Made of cast aluminum for corrosion resistance, and supplied with a built-in heater/blower to provide an operating temperature range down to -40 degrees C to 50 degrees C (-40 degrees F to 122 degrees F). An optional "XT" temperature kit is available to extend the operational range down to
            –60°C (-76º F)

          5. Type 4X (NEMA 4X) and IP67 certified.]

        12. [Pressurized Environmental Housing, clear bubble VG4-MHSG-NC

          1. Provide a maximum internal pressure of 11 psi (75.84 kPa) ± 5% of dry nitrogen to eliminate the effects of moisture, dust, insects, and corrosive exhaust fumes.

          2. Use a hinge, in-place of a tether, to make installation easier and safer.

          3. Allow camera to view 18º above the horizon.

          4. Made of cast aluminum for corrosion resistance, and supplied with a built-in heater/blower to provide an operating temperature range down to -40 degrees C to 50 degrees C (-40 degrees F to 122 degrees F). An optional "XT" temperature kit is available to extend the operational range down to  60°C (-76º F).

          5. Type 4X (NEMA 4X) and IP67 certified.]


**********Specifier’s note: Select power supply module based on project requirement.

      1. POWER SUPPLY MODULES

        1. Certifications from UL, CE, NEMA-rated.

        2. Operating Temperature: -60 to 50C (-76 to 122 F).

        3. Humidity: 0% to 100%, condensing.

        4. Color: white.

        5. Bosch VG4-A-PSU0F (Fiber Optic)

          1. Input: 24 VAC, 50/60 Hz

          2. Output Rating: 24 V@96 VA

          3. Input Fuses: 5.0 A

          4. Output Fuses: Camera – 2.0 A

          5. Output Fuses: Heater – 3.15 A

          6. Fiber Optic: Integrated analog multimode fiber optic module

        6. Bosch VG4-A-PSU1

          1. Input: 120 VAC, 50/60 Hz

          2. Output Rating: 24 V@96 VA

          3. Input Fuses: 1.6 A

          4. Output Fuses: Camera – 2.0 A

          5. Output Fuses: Heater – 3.15 A

        7. Bosch VG4-A-PSU1F (Fiber Optic)

          1. Input: 120 VAC, 50/60 Hz

          2. Output Rating: 24 V@96 VA

          3. Input Fuses: 1.6 A

          4. Output Fuses: Camera – 2.0 A

          5. Output Fuses: Heater – 3.15 A

          6. Fiber Optic: Integrated analog multimode fiber optic module

        8. Bosch VG4-A-PSU2

          1. Input: 230 VAC, 50/60 Hz

          2. Output Rating: 24 V@96 VA

          3. Input Fuses: 0.8 A

          4. Output Fuses: Camera – 2.0 A

          5. Output Fuses: Heater – 3.15 A

        9. Bosch VG4-A-PSU2F (Fiber Optic)

          1. Input: 230 VAC, 50/60 Hz

          2. Output Rating: 24 V@96 VA

          3. Input Fuses: 0.8 A

          4. Output Fuses: Camera – 2.0 A

          5. Output Fuses: Heater – 3.15 A

          6. Fiber Optic: Integrated analog multimode fiber optic module




      1. Electrical:

        1. Main supply input voltage:

          1. [NTSC: 115VAC, 60Hz].

          2. [NTSC: 24VAC, 60Hz (customer supplied 24VAC, 50 VA power transformer)].

          3. [PAL: 230VAC, 50Hz].

          4. [PAL: 24VAC, 50Hz (customer supplied 24VAC, 50 VA power transformer)].

        2. Camera input voltage/power requirements: 21 – 30 VAC, 50/60 Hz.

        3. Heater input voltage/power requirements: 21 – 30 VAC, 50/60 Hz.

        4. Power Draw (Typical):

          1. Analog Models:

            1. [100 Series]

              1. Indoor: 7.5 W

              2. Outdoor: 43.5 W

              3. Outdoor XT: 59.5 W

            2. [200 Series]

              1. Indoor: 10 W

              2. Outdoor: 46 W

              3. Outdoor XT: 62 W

            3. [300 Series]

              1. Indoor: 10 W

              2. Outdoor: 46 W

              3. Outdoor XT: 62 W

            4. [500i Series]

              1. Indoor: 15 W

              2. Outdoor: 51 W

              3. Outdoor XT: 67 W

          2. Ethernet Models:

            1. [100 Series]

              1. Indoor: 11.5 W

              2. Outdoor: 47.5 W

              3. Outdoor XT: 63.5 W

            2. [200 Series]

              1. Indoor: 14 W

              2. Outdoor: 50 W

              3. Outdoor XT: 66 W

            3. [300 Series]

              1. Indoor: 14 W

              2. Outdoor: 50 W

              3. Outdoor XT: 66 W

            4. [500i Series]

              1. Indoor: 19 W

              2. Outdoor: 55 W

              3. Outdoor XT: 71 W

          3. Pressurized Environmental Housing Models

            1. Analog Model:

              1. Outdoor: 51 W

              2. Outdoor XT: 67 W

            2. Ethernet Model:

              1. Outdoor: 55 W

              2. Outdoor XT: 71 W

        5. Surge Suppression (Protection)

          1. Video: Peak current 10kA (Gas Tube Arrester), peak power 1000 W (10/1000s).

          2. Power Input (Dome): Peak current 7.3 A, peak power 600 W (10/1000s).

          3. Power Output (Arm Power Supply): Peak current 21.4 A, peak power
            1500 W (10/1000s).

          4. [200] [300] [500i] [series] [Alarm Inputs: Peak current 17 A, peak power
            300 W (8/20s)].

          5. [200] [300] [500i] [series] [Alarm Outputs: Peak current 2 A, peak power 300 W (8/20s)].

          6. [200] [300] [500i] [series] [Relay Outputs: Peak current 7.3 A, peak power 600 W (10/1000s)].




      1. Mechanical:

        1. In-Ceiling model

          1. Weight: 2.66kg (5.86 lb).

          2. Pan Range: 360 continuous.

          3. Tilt Angle: 1 above horizon.

          4. Power: 21 – 30 VAC, 50/60 VA.

          5. [200] [300] [500i] [series] [Variable Speed: 0.1/s to 120/s].

          6. [200] [300] [500i] [series] [Pre-position Speed: Pan: 360/s Tilt: 100/s].

          7. [200] [300] [500i] [series] [Preset Accuracy: +/-0.1].

        2. Indoor Pendant model

          1. Weight: 2.88 kg (6.3 lb).

          2. Pan Range: 360 continuous.

          3. Tilt Angle: 18 above horizon.

          4. Power: 21 – 30 VAC, 50/60 Hz.

          5. [200] [300] [500i] [series] [Variable Speed: 0.1/s to 120/s].

          6. [200] [300] [500i] [series] [Pre-position Speed: Pan: 360/s Tilt: 100/s].

          7. [200] [300] [500i] [series] [Preset Accuracy: +/-0.1].

        3. Outdoor Pendant model

          1. Weight: 3.32 kg (7.3 lb).

          2. Pan Range: 360 continuous.

          3. Tilt Angle: 18 above horizon.

          4. Power: 21 – 30 VAC, 50/60 Hz.

          5. [200] [300] [500i] [series] [Variable Speed: 0.1/s to 120/s].

          6. [200] [300] [500i] [series] [Pre-position Speed: Pan: 360/s Tilt: 100/s].

          7. [200] [300] [500i] [series] [Preset Accuracy: +/-0.1].

        4. Pressurized Environmental model

          1. Weight: 2.23 kg (4.92 lb)

          2. Pan Range: 360 continuous.

          3. Tilt Angle: 18 above horizon.

          4. Power: 21 – 30 VAC, 50/60 Hz.

          5. [200] [300] [500i] [series] [Variable Speed: 0.1/s to 120/s].

          6. [200] [300] [500i] [series] [Pre-position Speed: Pan: 360/s Tilt: 100/s].

          7. [200] [300] [500i] [series] [Preset Accuracy: +/-0.1].




      1. Environmental:

        1. In-Ceiling model

          1. [100] [200] [300] [series] [Operating Temperature: -10 to 50C
            (14 to 122 F)].

          2. [500i series] [Operating Temperature: -10 to 40C (14 to 104 F)].

          3. [100 series] [Storage Temperature: -10 to 50C (14 to 122 F)].

          4. [200] [300] [500i] [series] [Storage Temperature: -10 to 60C
            (14 to 140 F)].

          5. Humidity: 0% to 90% relative non-condensing.

          6. Enclosure ratings: IP54.

        2. Indoor Pendant model

          1. [100] [200] [300] [series] [Operating Temperature: -10 to 50C
            (14 to 122 F)].

          2. [500i series] [Operating Temperature: -10 to 40C (14 to 104 F)].

          3. [100 series] [Storage Temperature: -10 to 50C (14 to 122 F)].

          4. [200] [300] [500i] [series] [Storage Temperature: -10 to 60C
            (14 to 140 F)].

          5. Humidity: 0% to 90% relative non-condensing.

          6. Enclosure ratings: Type 4X (NEMA 4X) and IP66.

        3. Outdoor Pendant model

          1. [100] [200] [300] [series] [Operating Temperature: -40 to 50C (-40 to

122 F)].

          1. [500i series] [Operating Temperature: -40 to 40C (-40 to 104 F)].

          2. [100 series] [Storage Temperature: -40 to 50C (-40 to 122 F)].

          3. [200] [300] [500i] [series] [Storage Temperature: -40 to 60C
            (-40 to 140 F)].

          4. Humidity: 0% to 90% relative non-condensing.

          5. Enclosure ratings: Type 4X (NEMA 4X) and IP66.

        1. Pressurized Environmental model

          1. Operating Temperature: -40 to 50C (-40 to 122F).

          2. Storage Temperature: -40 to 60C (-40 to 140F).

          3. Humidity: 0% to 100% relative condensing.

          4. Enclosure ratings:

            1. Type 4X (NEMA 4X)

            2. IP67




    1. ACCESSORIES




      1. Heating Module

        1. EnviroDome Bosch VG4-SHTR-XT

          1. Extended temperature heater module extends temperature range to - 60C (-76 F).




      1. Mounts

        1. Roof mount, white Bosch VG4-A-9230.

        2. Pipe mount, white Bosch VG4-A-9543.

        3. Pendant arm mount 24 VAC, white Bosch VG4-A-PA0.

        4. Pendant arm mount 24 VAC and Fiber Optic module, white Bosch
          VG4-A-PA0F.

        5. Pendant arm mount with 120 VAC transformer, white Bosch VG4-A-PA1.

        6. Pendant arm mount with 120 VAC transformer and Fiber Optic module, white Bosch VG4-A-PA1F.

        7. Pendant arm mount with 230 VAC transformer, white Bosch VG4-A-PA2.

        8. Pendant arm mount with 230 VAC transformer and Fiber Optic Module, white Bosch VG4-A-PA2F.

        9. Optional Mounting Accessories

          1. For Roof Mounts

            1. Flat Roof Adapter for Parapet Mount - Bosch LTC 9230/01

          2. For Arm Mounts

            1. Corner Mounting Plate – Bosch LTC 9542/01

            2. Mast (Pole) Mounting Plate – Bosch LTC 9541/01

              1. Designed for poles with a diameter between 100–300 mm (4 15 in.)

          3. Standard Pole – Bosch LTC 9316/00P

            1. Square, heavy-duty steel

            2. 16-ft mounting pole

            3. Supports up to 91 kg (200 lbs)




  1. EXECUTION




    1. EXAMINATION




      1. Examine areas to receive devices and notify adverse conditions affecting installation or subsequent operation.




      1. Do not begin installation until unacceptable conditions are corrected.




    1. PREPARATION




      1. Protect devices from damage during construction.




    1. INSTALLATION




      1. Install devices in accordance with manufacturer’s instruction at locations indicated on the floor drawings plans.




      1. Perform installation with qualified service personnel.




      1. Install devices in accordance with the National Electrical Code or applicable local codes.




      1. Ensure selected location is secure and offers protection from accidental damage.




      1. Location must provide reasonable temperature and humidity conditions, free from sources of electrical and electromagnetic interference.




    1. FIELD QUALITY CONTROL




      1. Test snugness of mounting screws of all installed equipment.




      1. Test proper operation of all video system devices.




      1. Determine and report all problems to the manufacturer’s customer service department.




    1. ADJUSTING




      1. Make proper adjustment to video system devices for correct operation in accordance with manufacturer’s instructions.




      1. Make any adjustment of camera settings to comply with specific customer’s need.




    1. DEMOSTRATION




      1. Demonstrate at final inspection that video management system and devices functions properly.



END OF SECTION


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Video surveillance remote devices and sensors iconVideo surveillance remote devices and sensors

Video surveillance remote devices and sensors iconVideo surveillance remote devices and sensors

Video surveillance remote devices and sensors iconVideo surveillance remote devices and sensors

Video surveillance remote devices and sensors iconVideo surveillance remote devices and sensors

Video surveillance remote devices and sensors iconVideo surveillance remote devices and sensors

Video surveillance remote devices and sensors iconVideo surveillance remote devices and sensors

Video surveillance remote devices and sensors iconVideo surveillance remote devices and sensors

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