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reference. Panasonic Network Camera Website: http://www.panasonic.com/netcam
for customers in the USA and Puerto Rico
Indoor Use Only
(AC Adaptor Type)
This manual is written for both the BB-HCM580A (AC Adaptor Type) and the BB-HCM581A (PoE Ready). Available features and operations vary slightly
depending on the model. You can confi
Camera Diagram Front View Bottom View Rear View A Lens C FACTORY DEFAULT RESET J SD memory card cover *1 B Indicator button K FUNCTION button/indicator A D LAN port C E DC IN jack B D F External I/O interface J E G BB-HCM580A: Video terminal BB-HCM581A: Audio/video K F terminal H G I H Ceiling plate A hole I Serial number and MAC address label *1 See 1.1 Understanding the Camera Indicator in the Troubleshooting Guide on the CD-ROM for indicator meaning. Connections ™ Before proceeding, confir
Read the following information after setting up the camera according to the procedure described in the Setup Guide. Connecting External Sensors The camera’s external I/O interface allows you to connect 2 devices (such as sensors, motion detectors, etc.) that can be used to trigger the camera’s image buffering and transferring features (see Section 2 Using Triggers to Buffer and Transfer Images in the Operating Instructions on the CD-ROM). The external I/O interface has 6 terminals. Circuit Diag
5. If you plan to run the cables above the ceiling, make a 30 mm (1 3/16 Important Information Regarding Camera Mounting inch) hole in the ceiling, as shown. Run all necessary cables (AC adaptor, The camera can be mounted on a ceiling or table. Please read the following LAN, audio/video, etc.) through the hole. information before mounting the camera. Consult an authorized dealer for mounting. • The center of the hole should be at the point where the 2 lines on ceiling plate A would intersec
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