Honeywell HD28D4HR6X manual

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    Document 900.0275 – 10/05 – Rev 1.01 Installation Guide Premium V andal Dome Camera NTSC / P AL [...]

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    Revisio ns Issue Date Revisions 1.00 09/05 New document. 1.01 10/05 Changed HD28R to HD28 throughout[...]

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    Rev 1.01 iii Document 900.0275 10/05 W arnings Installation and servicing should be perf ormed only [...]

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    Rev 1.01 iv Document 900.0275 10/05 FCC Compliance Statement Information to the User : This equipmen[...]

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    Rev 1.01 Document 900.0275 10/05 Contents Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .[...]

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    Rev 1.01 1 Document 900.0275 10/05 Introduction The HD28 Series is Honeywell’s pre mium li ne of v[...]

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    Rev 1.01 2 Document 900.0275 10/05 Installation Your HD28 camera is weather- seale d for indoor or o[...]

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    Rev 1.01 3 Document 900.0275 10/05 Installing the Conduit Plug Your HD28 enclosure comes with a cond[...]

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    Rev 1.01 4 Document 900.0275 10/05 Wiring Options Your HD28 Series camera is supplied with a coaxial[...]

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    Rev 1.01 5 Document 900.0275 10/05 Figure 4 Gimbal Adjustment Adjusting the Lens F ocus Lenses are p[...]

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    Rev 1.01 6 Document 900.0275 10/05 Dip Switch F unctions (Color Cameras, Including TDN Models) Follo[...]

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    Rev 1.01 7 Document 900.0275 10/05 Adjustment Method (Color Cameras) White Balance Adjustment Method[...]

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    Rev 1.01 8 Document 900.0275 10/05 Manually Setting Shutter Speed (Color Cameras) To manually set th[...]

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    Rev 1.01 9 Document 900.0275 10/05 Dip switch functi ons (WDR cameras) Figure 6 Wide Dynami c Range [...]

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    Rev 1.01 10 Document 900.0275 10/05 Adjusting the Line Lock (V ertical Phase) for 24 V AC Operation [...]

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    Rev 1.01 11 Document 900.0275 10/05 Routine Maintenance Use regular liquid cleaners to remove dirt a[...]

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    Rev 1.01 12 Document 900.0275 10/05 W arranty and Service Subject to the te rms and conditions liste[...]

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    Rev 1.01 13 Document 900.0275 10/05 Specifications Note Specifications apply to all camera models, u[...]

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    Rev 1.01 14 Document 900.0275 10/05 Cable Guidelines Power supply cable maximum len gth (feet/meters[...]

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