Physical Installation Guide (IP2M-858)

Physical Installation Guide (IP2M-858)

This installation guide will highlight how to properly install and mount your camera in several different environments. These environments included; wood, masonry (brick /block walls), and cement. Prior to installation, please ensure that the installation environment can support at least three times the weight of the camera and the installation bracket.

Note: Please also make sure BEFORE INSTALLING YOUR CAMERA, that the WiFi antenna is securely fastened to your device. If the antenna is not installed properly on your camera, WiFi will not function. To ensure proper connectivity of your WiFi device, install the provided WiFi antenna onto the antenna post located on your camera. To properly secure the antenna to the antenna post, turn the antenna clockwise until the antenna is secured to the post.

The camera will come with proper installation materials such as screws and anchors already, however, if replacements are needed a 9/16 lag bolt, masonry anchor, cement anchor will be required. 

Please ensure the following tools are available and ready for use:

  • Power Drill/impact Drill
  • 9/16 Drill Bit (Masonry)
  • 9/16 Hex Head Drill Bit
  • Marker or Sharpie
  • Hammer/Impact
  • Safety Glasses
  • 3/16 Allen wrench
  • 1” Paddle Bit (In-wall Installation)

  Note: In-wall installation is when the cables run hidden inside the ceiling or wall.

  3.4.1 Wood Installation

  1. Using a 3/16 Allen wrench, remove the three security screws from the mounting bracket of the camera to remove the unit from its base.
  2. Using the mounting bracket, mark holes in the appropriate areas you would like to mount the camera.
  3. Remove the mounting bracket and using a 1” paddle bit, drill a hole into the center of the surface area.
  4. Run the camera wiring through the mounting bracket and to the applied 1” hole created for in-wall installation.
  5. Using a 9/16 drill bit, drill additional holes into each marked area to insert the appropriate lag bolt screws.
  6. Align the mounting bracket to the drilled holes and place a 5/16 lag bolt into the mounting bracket holes.
  7. Using a 9/16 Hex Head drill bit, drill the lag bolts into the applied holes to secure the camera to the surface area.
  8. Secure the camera back to the mounting bracket with the three provided bolts using a 3/16 Allen wrench.

  3.4.2 Masonry Installation (Brick/Block)

  1. Using a 3/16 Allen wrench, remove the three security screws from the mounting bracket of the camera to remove the unit from its base.
  2. Using the mounting bracket, mark holes in the appropriate areas you would like to mount the camera.
  3. Remove the mounting bracket and using a 1” masonry paddle bit, drill a hole into the center of the surface area.
  4. Run the camera wiring through the mounting bracket and to the applied 1” hole created for in-wall installation.
  5. Using a 9/16 masonry bit, drill a hole into each marked area to insert the appropriate sleeve anchors.
  6. Align the mounting bracket to the drilled holes and place the 9/16 sleeve anchors to the mounting bracket.
  7. Using a hammer, drive the sleeve anchors into the hole, the tightening torque applied should be roughly 8ft lbs. for each anchor.
  8. Tighten the anchors down to secure and lock the sleeve anchors into the surface area. This should only require about two to three turns to secure each sleeve anchor into place.
  9. Secure the camera back to the mounting bracket with the three provided bolts using a 3/16 Allen wrench.

Note: For a more detailed representation of the process, please refer to figure 3.4.2 below:

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Figure 3.4.2

 Cement Installation

  1. Using a 3/16 Allen wrench, remove the three security screws from the mounting bracket to remove the unit from its base.
  2. Using the mounting bracket, mark holes in the appropriate areas you would like to mount the camera.
  3. Remove the mounting bracket and using a 1” drill bit, drill a hole into the center of the surface area.
  4. Run the camera wiring through the mounting bracket and to the applied 1” hole created for in-wall installation.
  5. Using a 9/16 drill bit, drill a hole into each marked area to insert the appropriate concrete anchor screw into the hole.
  6. Align the mounting bracket to the drilled holes and place the 9/16 concrete anchor screw to the mounting bracket.
  7. Using an impact or manual wrench, drive the concrete anchors into the appropriate hole to secure the bracket to the surface area.
  8. Secure the camera back to the mounting bracket with the three provided bolts using a 3/16 Allen wrench.

Note: For a more detailed representation of the process, please refer to figure 3.4.3 below:

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Figure 3.4.3

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