Det-Tronics 3301 ADDENDUM xWatch® Explosion-Proof Camera with X-Series Flame Detectors Instruction Manual
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ADDENDUM xWatch® Explosion-Proof Camera with X-Series Flame Detectors DESCRIPTION The xWatch® Explosion-Proof Camera is available as a factory installed option with any of the Det‑Tronics X‑Series line of flame detectors. With this arrangement, the camera and detector share the same field of view. This option is available with X3301 and X3302 Multispectrum IR, X5200 UVIR, X2200 UV, and X9800 IR Flame Detectors. The xWatch Surveillance Camera produces a high resolution color video picture using a camera module that is mounted inside an explosion-proof NEMA 4X rated housing. The device’s explosion-proof rating makes it suitable for Class I, Div. 1, Groups B, C, and D locations. The xWatch video driver is designed for use with twisted pair cable of 100 ohm impedance. The best video performance in terms of distance, video quality, and cost is attained using 22 AWG to 16 AWG, twisted pair cable of 100 ohm impedance. The monitor end must terminate the video cable with 100 ohms. Since most monitors have a built-in termination resistor of 75 ohms instead of 100 ohms, a balun or other matching network (video converter) must be used. In the event of a fire or gas alarm, the operator can immediately view the monitored area to determine whether personnel are present and safe. An accurate evaluation of the hazard’s size, nature, location, and severity can be determined quickly and safely. The use of a digital video recorder (DVR) to capture the event provides a permanent record for future analysis of what occurred. A variety of matrix control systems or DVRs can be suitable for viewing or recording the video signal, depending on the requirements of the individual application. The detector’s auxiliary relay contacts are typically used to signal the video system of an alarm event. GENERAL APPLICATION INFORMATION The xWatch has a balanced differential video output for driving a long distance twisted pair signal to a remote site for monitoring and/or recording. The video output format can be either NTSC (National Television Systems Committee) or PAL (Phase Alternating Line). 3.2 ©Detector Electronics Corporation 2015 Refer to Figure 1 for a schematic of a typical system. 1 Rev: 10/15 95-8603 EQP DVR LON DIFFERENTIAL VIDEO SIGNAL RELAY C2367 Figure 1—Schematic of a Typical System SPECIFICATIONS FIELD OF VIEW— 90 degrees OPERATING TEMPERATURE— –20°C to +70°C (–4°F to +158°F) USER INTERFACE— Conventional off-the-shelf video switchers and controllers can be used for the interface. HAZARDOUS LOCATION RATING— –40°C to +75°C (–40°F to +167°F) (–55°C to +75°C CSA) HOUSING MATERIAL— Aluminum or 316 Stainless Steel STORAGE TEMPERATURE— –30°C to +80°C PERFORMANCE AND POWER CONSUMPTION (Detector only)— Refer to Instruction Manual for specific detector model: RELATIVE HUMIDITY— 5 to 95%, non-condensing Detector Instruction Manual X3301 95-8527 or 95-8704 X3302 95-8576 X5200 95-8546 X2200 95-8549 X9800 95-8554 INGRESS PROTECTION— NEMA/Type 4X SENSOR— Color low light CCD RESOLUTION— NTSC: 768 by 494 pixels, 570 lines of resolution PAL: 752 by 582 pixels, 570 lines of resolution SHIPPING WEIGHT— Aluminum: 7 pounds (3.2 kg) Stainless Steel: 12 pounds (5.5 kg) VIDEO OUTPUT— NTSC or PAL two wire twisted pair DIMENSIONS See Figures 2 and 3 SHUTTER— Electronic shutter, 1/60 – 1/100,000 second CERTIFICATIONS— FM/CSA: Class I, Div. 1, Groups B, C and D (T5). Class II/III, Div. 1, Groups E, F, and G (T5). NEMA/Type 4X. Note: X3301 (with camera) Temperature Class is T4A. OPERATING VOLTAGE— 24 Vdc nominal, 18 to 30 Vdc POWER CONSUMPTION— 2.8 watts (Camera only) 3.2 2 95-8603 4.8 (12.1) 10.0 (25.4) 1 8.3 (21.0) A2476 1 NOTE: DETECTOR SHOWN WITH WINDOW COVER. REMOVE THE WINDOW COVER BEFORE OPERATING THE SYSTEM. Figure 2—Dimensions of xWatch with X-Series Flame Detector in Inches (Centimeters) 3.2 3 95-8603 14.2 (36.0) 4.8 (12.1) 13.9 (35.3) 1 A2477 1 NOTE: DETECTOR SHOWN WITH WINDOW COVER. REMOVE THE WINDOW COVER BEFORE OPERATING THE SYSTEM. Figure 3—Dimensions of xWatch with X-Series Flame Detector with Mounting Arm in Inches (Centimeters) 3.2 4 95-8603 INSTALLATION Galvanic isolation of the video may also be necessary to avoid horizontal bars caused by line frequency interference. This may be accomplished using isolating active transceiving systems or passive video isolation transformers/baluns. Specify a baseband video isolation system with a frequency response of at least 25 Hz to 6 MHz. Small cable TV transformers will generally not work as their frequency response is not low enough. CAUTION Installation and wiring of the flame detection system should be performed only by qualified personnel. Refer to the flame detector instruction manual for general installation instructions. VIDEO CABLE CONSIDERATIONS WIRING PROCEDURE Proper video cable will ensure that the best quality video is displayed on a remote monitor. Because composite video frequencies span the range of 25 Hz to 6 MHz, most cables will display transmission line characteristics. Ensure that the same cable type (impedance) is used throughout the entire length. For example, do not mix twisted pair cable and coaxial cable without using a balun for matching. In addition, the monitor end must be properly terminated. Failure to properly implement the video cabling system may result in smearing (loss of detail) and/or loss of color and/or loss of picture sync. CAUTION Power must not be applied to the device while the housing is open. ATTENTION Observe precautions for handling electrostatic sensitive devices. 1. With the housing cover removed, wire the flame detector as shown in the detector manual. 2. Connect the external wiring for the xWatch to the appropriate screw connectors on the terminal block. See Figures 4 and 5. The xWatch employs a balanced differential video driver designed to drive twisted pair cable of 100 ohm impedance. The best video performance in terms of distance, video quality, and cost is attained using a 22 AWG to 16 AWG unshielded twisted pair cable of 100 ohm impedance. The wiring can be Category 2 or better, stranded or solid. IMPORTANT Do not test any wiring connected to the xWatch with a meg-ohmmeter. Disconnect wiring at the camera before checking system wiring for continuity. The monitor end must terminate the video cable with 100 ohms. Most monitors have a built in termination resistor. If the monitor uses 75 ohms instead of 100, a balun or other matching network must be used. 9 mA + 19 mA – 29 VIDEO + 8 mA + REF 18 mA – REF 28 VIDEO - 7 COM FIRE 17 COM FIRE 27 COM AUX 6 NO FIRE 16 NO FIRE 26 NO AUX 5 NC FIRE 15 NC FIRE 25 NC AUX 4 COM FAULT 14 COM FAULT 24 RS485 A 3 NO FAULT 13 NO FAULT 23 RS485 B 2 +Vin 12 +Vin 22 MAN Oi 1 –Vin 11 –Vin 21 –Vin 3. Complete installation and commissioning of the system as described in the detector instruction manual. 6 18 SHIELD COM 1 A 5 17 COM 2 A COM 1 B 4 16 COM 2 B PWR SHIELD 3 15 PWR SHIELD +Vin 2 14 +Vin –Vin 1 13 –Vin 12 VIDEO + 11 VIDEO – B2387 D2386 Figure 5—Terminal Wiring Block for EQP Models Figure 4—Terminal Wiring Block for Standard Flame Detectors 3.2 SHIELD 5 95-8603 LOOSEN SETSCREW USING 5/64 INCH ALLEN WRENCH TURN RING TO ALIGN THE TWO NOTCHES LEVEL WITH HORIZON OR UNTIL IMAGE IS LEVEL A2384 Figure 6—xWatch Camera Module TERMINAL BLOCK CAMERA MODULE INDEX PIN HOUSING COVER QUICK CONNECT PLUG (4) A2385 Figure 7—Exploded View of xWatch LEVELING THE CAMERA REPLACING THE xWATCH CAMERA MODULE If the image on the monitor does not appear to be level, this can be corrected by rotating the camera module. CAUTION Power must not be applied to the device while opening the housing or while plugging in or removing the module. 1. Remove the housing cover from the xWatch. 2. Loosen the setscrew on the side of the xWatch module. See Figure 6. 1. Disassemble the enclosure by turning the housing cover counterclockwise. See Figure 7 for an illustration of the xWatch assembly. 3. Align the two notches on the face of the module so that they are level with the horizon or until the image on the monitor looks level. 2. Remove the existing camera module from the xWatch. 4. When proper orientation has been achieved, carefully tighten the setscrew. Do not overtighten. 3. Using the index pin as a guide, install the new xWatch camera module on the terminal block. TROUBLESHOOTING 4. Re-assemble the device housing. 5. Clean the camera lens if required. The xWatch camera is not designed to be repaired in the field. If it is determined that the problem is caused by an electronic defect, the device must be returned to the factory for repair. 3.2 6 95-8603 MAINTENANCE ACCESSORIES Part Number CLEANING The xWatch camera requires no periodic calibration or servicing. However, the camera lens should be cleaned on a regular basis. Clean the camera lens using a clean cloth or tissue and Det-Tronics window cleaning solution (p/n 001680-001). If a stronger solution is needed, isopropyl alcohol may be used. REPLACEMENT PARTS Part Number Description 107427-004 Rubber O-rings (order 1 per device) 001680-001 Window cleaner squeeze bottle (package of six bottles) 005003-001 Silicone-free grease Description 009448-003 Model DE2020N – Spare Camera Module, 2.33 mm, NTSC 009448-004 Model DE2020P – Spare Camera Module, 2.33 mm, PAL 009448-005 Model DE2022N – Spare Camera Module, 4.3 mm, NTSC 009448-006 Model DE2022P – Spare Camera Module, 4.33 mm, PAL 009448-007 Model DE2023N – Spare Camera Module, 8.0 mm, NTSC 009448-008 Model DE2023P – Spare Camera Module, 8.0 mm, PAL ­Corporate Office 6901 West 110th Street | Minneapolis, MN 55438 USA Operator: 952.941.5665 or 800.468.3244 Customer Service: 952.946.6491 or 800.765.3473 | Email: Specifications subject to change without notice. All trademarks are the property of their respective owners. © 2015 Detector Electronics Corporation. All rights reserved. 95-8603