ISK4 ComPoint® Camera Door Station Instruction Manual
Important Safety Instructions CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT REMOVE THE COVER. NO USER-SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE. REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL. The exclamation point within an equilateral triangle is intended to alert the user to the presence of important operating and maintenance (servicing) instructions in the literature accompanying the appliance. Safety Instructions 1.
Product Overview The ISK4 Camera Door Station is a flush-mounted weatherproof call station and door camera specifically for use with a Russound ComPoint® intercom system. It features a low-light-level monochrome security camera that can be connected to a display or CCTV system to allow the homeowner to see visitors at the door. Designed for installation on either side of the door, the camera can be adjusted by the installer to provide an optimum view of visitors.
Front View 1 2 3 4 1 CAMERA – Provides a constant video signal for a monitor or CCTV system 2 MICROPHONE AND SPEAKER – Provide two-way communication with interior keypads 4 3 CALL BUTTON – Rings doorbell and initiates communication 4 COVER PLATE – Protects circuits and components from the weather
Rear View 2 1 3 BR BR/W G G/W O O/W BL BL/W 4 5 6 1 110 PUNCH-DOWN BLOCK – For CAT-5 intercom cable connection 2 POTENTIOMETER – Sets speaker volume 3 CAMERA – Angle adjusts to accommodate placement to the left or right of door 4 MULTIPIN CONNECTOR – Accepts camera power and video adapter cable (included) 5 DOORBELL TERMINALS – Screw terminals for external doorbell connection 6 GASKET – Seals out moisture and dust 5
Installation and Trim The ISK4 Camera Door Station installs in a standard double-gang UL/CSA-approved plastic wall box with an internal volume of at least 32 cubic inches (524 cm3). Its gasketed weatherresistant front plate protects the internal components from the elements. Since the camera angle can be adjusted to place visitors within the field of view, the ISK4 can be positioned to the left or right of the door.
Intercom Connection The door station provides a 110 punch-down connector for the CAT-5 cable from the ComPoint hub. Use a punch-down tool to connect the wires according to the connector color code as shown below. BR BR/W G G/W O O/W BL BL/W BR BR/W G G/W O O/W BL BL/W Doorbell Connection To connect a separate doorbell system, connect the 2-conductor cable to the doorbell terminals on the back of the door station as shown in the example below.
Camera Connection Using CAT-5 To connect the camera video and power using a single CAT-5 cable: 1. At each end of the cable, separate the brown and brown/white wires from the other pairs. Leave enough length on the brown pair for splicing. 2. Crimp RJ-45 connectors on the remaining pairs as shown below. RJ-45 Using T568A Wiring Standard 3.
ISK4 To video display BR BR/W G G/W O O/W BL BL/W Butt splice CAT-5 cable Video lead BNC-RCA adapter 846C power supply MOD-VB Adapter cable (included) Power leads Butt splice Camera connection using CAT-5 cable for video and power Note: The ISK4 camera requires a regulated 12 VDC power supply. Use the Russound 846C or equivalent to power the camera.
Camera Connection Using RG-59 and 2-Conductor Cables To connect the camera using RG-59 cable for video and 2-conductor cable for power: 1. Butt splice the camera power leads on the included adapter cable to the 2-conductor cable at the door station, observing the following polarity: Polarity Camera Lead 2-Conductor Wire 846C Lead + Red Red or White White – Black Black Black 2. Cut the connector off the end of the output cable of a Russound 846C power supply.
ISK4 To video display BR BR/W G G/W O O/W BL BL/W 846C power supply RG-59 cable Butt splice Video lead Adapter cable (included) Butt splice 2-conductor cable Power leads Camera connection using RG-59 cable for video and 2-conductor cable for power Note: The ISK4 camera requires a regulated 12 VDC power supply. Use the Russound 846C or equivalent to power the camera.
Camera Adjustment Note: We recommend connecting the adapter cable to the camera before adjusting it. The ISK4 camera is mounted in a yoke that allows both pan and tilt adjustments so you can point the camera toward visitors at the door. To adjust the camera angle: 1. With a #1 or #2 Phillips screwdriver, loosen the yoke mounting screw so you can swivel the camera to gain access to the tilt screws on both sides. Do not remove the screw. 2. Use a #0 Phillips screwdriver to slightly loosen both tilt screws.
1 Yoke mounting screw Adjusting the horizontal camera angle 2 Tilt screws Adjusting the vertical camera angle 13
Powering Up After making all connections and installing the ISK4 in the wall box, plug the camera power supply into an AC receptacle and power up the ComPoint system. Also power up the video display being used to receive the camera signal. Check the camera angle to make sure a person standing at the door is visible. If necessary, power down the system and readjust the camera angle. Operation Press and release the Call button to ring the doorbell.
Technical Specifications User control: Call button with amber backlight Audio input: Built-in microphone with automatic gain control Amplifier: Monaural (for system functions only) Amplifier power: 2 watts Volume control: Installer-adjustable potentiometer Audio output: Built-in speaker Video output: Composite, 75 ohms unbalanced Camera resolution: 600 horizontal lines Camera sensitivity: 0.
ISK4 ComPoint® Camera Door Station Instruction Manual Russound 5 Forbes Road, Newmarket NH 03857 USA Tel 603.659.5170 • Fax 603.659.5388 www.russound.com Technical Support: email@example.com 28-1301 1/15/08 Copyright © 2008 Russound. All rights reserved. All trademarks are the property of their respective owners. Specifications are subject to change without notice. Russound is not responsible for typographical errors or omissions.