About this DocumentThis document includes instructions for installing AXISP3363-VE, AXIS P3364-VE and AXIS P3364-LVE on yournetwork. Previous experience of networking will be beneficialwhen installing the product.Legal ConsiderationsVideo and audio surveillance can be prohibited by laws that varyfrom country to country. Check the laws in your local regionbefore using this product for surveillance purposes.This product includes one (1) H.264 decoder license. To purchasefurther licenses, contact your reseller.Trademark AcknowledgementsApple, Boa, Bonjour, Ethernet, Internet Explorer, Linux,Microsoft, Mozilla, Real, SMPTE, QuickTime, UNIX, Windows,Windows Vista and WWW are registered trademarks of therespective holders. Java and all Java-based trademarks andlogos are trademarks or registered trademarks of Oracleand/or its affiliates. UPnPTM is a certification mark of theUPnPTM Implementers Corporation.Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC)This equipment has been designed and tested to fulfill applicablestandards for:Radio frequency emission when installed according to theinstructions and used in its intended environment.Immunity to electrical and electromagnetic phenomena wheninstalled according to the instructions and used in its intendedenvironment.USA - Using an unshielded network cable (UTP): This equipmenthas been tested using an unshielded network cable (UTP) andfound to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device,pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designedto provide reasonable protection against harmful interferencewhen the equipment is operated in a commercial environment.This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequencyenergy and, if not installed and used in accordance with theinstruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radiocommunications. Operation of this equipment in a residentialarea is likely to cause harmful interference in which case theuser will be required to correct the interference at his ownexpense.Using a shielded network cable (STP): This equipment has alsobeen tested using a shielded network cable (STP) and found tocomply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant topart 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to providereasonable protection against harmful interference in aresidential installation. This equipment generates, uses and canradiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used inaccordance with the instructions, may cause harmfulinterference to radio communications. However, there is noguarantee that interference will not occur in a particularinstallation. If this equipment does cause harmful interferenceto radio or television reception, which can be determined byturning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to tryto correct the interference by one or more of the followingmeasures: Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna. Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver. Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit differentfrom that to which the receiver is connected. Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician forhelp.Canada - This Class B digital apparatus complies with CanadianICES-003.This product fulfills the requirements forEurope immunity according to EN 55024 office and commercialenvironments.This product fulfills the requirements for immunity according toEN 61000-6-1 residential, commercial and light-industryenvironments.This product fulfills the requirements for immunity according toEN 61000-6-2 industrial environments.Japan -BAustralia - This digital equipment fulfills the requirements forRF emission according to the Class B limit of AS/NZS CISPR 22.Equipment ModificationsThis equipment must be installed and used in strict accordancewith the instructions given in the user documentation. Thisequipment contains no user-serviceable components.Unauthorized equipment changes or modifications willinvalidate all applicable regulatory certifications and approvals.Korea - ̛̛Е ɼࢽࡈ %̗ ࢷ ળࢶଢ̛̛Ի۰ ࣯Ի ɼࢽ ۰ ࡈی ଜЕ ʨ ּࢶ Ի ଜֲ ֻҘ एࠇ ۰ ࡈی ଟ ܹ ݡ ТЬ SafetyThis product complies with EN/IEC/UL 60950-1 andEN/IEC/UL 60950-22, Safety of Information TechnologyEquipment.EN 50121-4This product fulfills the requirements for emissions andimmunity according to EN 50121-4 railway applications.LiabilityEvery care has been taken in the preparation of this document.Please inform your local Axis office of any inaccuracies oromissions. Axis Communications AB cannot be held responsiblefor any technical or typographical errors and reserves the rightto make changes to the product and documentation withoutprior notice. Axis Communications AB makes no warranty of anykind with regard to the material contained within thisdocument, including, but not limited to, the implied warrantiesof merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose. AxisCommunications AB shall not be liable nor responsible forincidental or consequential damages in connection with thefurnishing, performance or use of this material.RoHSThis product complies with both the European RoHSdirective, 2002/95/EC, and the Chinese RoHSregulations, ACPEIP.WEEE DirectiveThe European Union has enacted a Directive2002/96/EC on Waste Electrical and ElectronicEquipment (WEEE Directive). This directive isapplicable in the European Union member states.The WEEE marking on this product (see right) or itsdocumentation indicates that the product must not be disposedof together with household waste. To prevent possible harm tohuman health and/or the environment, the product must bedisposed of in an approved and environmentally safe recyclingprocess. For further information on how to dispose of thisproduct correctly, contact the product supplier, or the localauthority responsible for waste disposal in your area.Business users should contact the product supplier forinformation on how to dispose of this product correctly. Thisproduct should not be mixed with other commercial waste. Formore information, visit you require any technical assistance, please contact yourAxis reseller. If your questions cannot be answered immediately,your reseller will forward your queries through the appropriatechannels to ensure a rapid response. If you are connected to theInternet, you can: download user documentation and firmware updates find answers to resolved problems in the FAQ database. Searchby product, category, or phrases report problems to Axis support by logging in to your privatesupport area.

SafeguardsPlease read through this Installation Guide carefully before installing the Axis product. Keep theInstallation Guide for further reference. This Axis product shall be used in compliance with local laws and regulations.The Axis product should be installed by a trained professional. Observe relevant nationaland local regulations for the installation.Transportation When transporting the Axis product, use the original packaging or equivalent to preventdamage to the product.ENGLISH Store the Axis product in a dry and ventilated environment.Avoid exposing the Axis product to vibration, shocks or heavy pressure. Do not install theproduct on unstable brackets, unstable or vibrating surfaces or walls, since this could causedamage to the product.Only use applicable tools when installing the Axis product; excessive force could causedamage to the product.Do not use chemicals, caustic agents, or aerosol cleaners. Use a damp cloth for cleaning.Use only accessories that comply with technical specification of the product. These can beprovided by Axis or a third party.Use only spare parts provided by or recommended by Axis.Do not attempt to repair the product by yourself, contact Axis or your Axis reseller for service matters.

Battery ReplacementThis Axis product uses a 3.0 V CR2032 lithium battery as the power supply for its internal real-timeclock (RTC). Under normal conditions this battery will last for a minimum of 5 years. Low batterypower affects the operation of the RTC, causing it to reset at every power-up. A log message willappear when the battery needs replacing. The battery should not be replaced unless required!If the battery does need replacing, please contact for assistance. Dispose of used batteries according to the manufacturer's instructions. Risk of explosion if battery is incorrectly replaced.Replace only with the same or equivalent battery, as recommended by the manufacturer.Dome Cover Cleaning Be careful not to scratch or damage the dome cover. Keep the protective plastic on thedome cover until the installation is complete. Do not clean a dome cover that looks clean tothe eye and never polish the surface. Excessive cleaning could damage the surface.For general cleaning of a dome cover it is recommended to use a non-abrasive, solvent-freeneutral soap or detergent with water and a soft cloth. Rinse well with clean lukewarmwater. Dry with a soft cloth to prevent water spotting.Never use harsh detergents, gasoline, benzene or acetone etc. and avoid cleaning in directsunlight or at elevated temperatures.Domes for L products come with an anti-scratch surface. Avoid leaving finger prints on thedome surface since this might impair image quality.

AXIS P33-VE Network Cameras Installation GuidePage 5AXIS P3363-VE/P3364-VE/P3364-LVENetwork Camera Installation GuideFollow these instructions to install the network camera“Package contents” on page 5“Hardware overview” on page 6“Install the hardware” on page 7“Access the video stream” on page 10“Adjust the Lens” on page 10“Complete the installation” on page 11Notes: Before you begin, make sure that the package contents, power supply, and the required cables, tools, anddocumentation are available. See Package contents below. This network camera is intended to operate with PoE; if not available use Axis PoE Midspan 1 port (notincluded)Package contentsItemModels/variants/notesNetwork camerawith heating moduleAXIS P3363-VEAXIS P3364-VEAXIS P3364-LVEMounting bracketDome coversClear transparent cover (not for AXIS P3364-LVE)Smoked transparent coverWeather shieldNot applicable for AXIS P3364-LVELabels2 adhesive serial no. labelsMounting kitResitorx screw driver, 2 long screws, drill template, 5-meter network cablewith gasket, 1 gasket, terminal block connectorCDInstallation and Management Software CDPrinted MaterialsInstallation Guide (this document)AVHS Authentication keyOptional accessoriesThreaded adaptor with cable shieldSee for information on available accessoriesENGLISH1.

Page 6AXIS P33-VE Network Cameras Installation GuideHardware overviewCamera AXIS P3364-LHeaterI/O connectorControl buttonNetwork connector(PoE)Audio inAudio outLED indicatorsSD memory card slotMounting bracketUnit casingSpringCamera unitDome coverHoles for cablesrouted through the wallSide holes withgaskets for cablesSerial no.routed along the wallCaution! The heater in the camera unit may be hot.Dimension (HxW)AXIS P3363-VE/AXIS P3364-VE/AXIS P3364-LVE 110 x 179 x 179 mm (4.33 x 7.05 x 7.05")WeightAXIS P3363-VE/AXIS P3364-VE 1.5 kg (3.2 lb.)AXIS P3364-LVE 1.5 kg (3.3 lb.)

AXIS P33-VE Network Cameras Installation GuidePage 7Install the hardwarePrepare the network cableIf a cable other than the provided cable isused, you need to prepare a network cablewith a gasket. Gently force the cable throughthe gasket provided and attach a networkconnector. It may be necessary to pierce ahole in the gasket with the resitorx screwdriver. Do not force the network connector into the gasket. Do not pierce the gasket with a knife or other sharp object.Prepare the unit casing (routing cables along the wall)If the cables are to be routed along the wall, prepare the unit casing as follows:Note: The cable shield is an optional accessory, not supplied with the product.1. Loosen the two screws on the cable shield (not supplied) and detach the bottom part.2. Attach the bottom part of the cable shield to the unit casing with the screw.Cable shield(optional accessory)Unit casingTop partBottom partReplace clear/smoked dome cover (optional)AXIS P3363-VE/AXIS P3364-VE is supplied with an optional dome. To replace the dome cover:1. Loosen the 4 screws under the dome cover that hold the dome in place.2. Transfer the gasket from the old dome to the new.3. Replace the old dome with the new and tighten the screws.ENGLISHNotes:

Page 8AXIS P33-VE Network Cameras Installation GuideRoute the cablesDepending on whether you want to route the cables through or along the wall, follow the relevantinstructions below.Routing cables through the wall1. Using the drill template drill 4holes in the wall.2. Route the network cable (and theI/O, audio cable if necessary)Remove gasketsthrough the wall and through thefrom holesholes in the mounting bracket.Mounting bracket3. Attach the mounting bracket toUnit casingthe wall using 4 screwsNetwork cable with gasketappropriate for the wall material.4. Remove the camera unit from the unit casing by pushing the springs aside.5. Remove the gaskets from the back holes in the unit casing. If there is only one cable, removeonly one gasket.6. Route the cables through these holes.7. Drag the gaskets along the cables and plug them into the holes. The gaskets should fit snuglywith no folds or bends.8. Attach the unit casing to the mounting bracket by tightening the four screws.Routing cables along the wall1.2.3.4.Using the drill template drill 4 holes in the wall.Attach the mounting bracket to the wall using 4 screws appropriate for the wall material.Remove the camera unit from the unit casing by pushing the springs aside.Remove the gaskets from the side holes in the unit casing. If there is only one cable, removeonly one gasket.5. Place the unit casing on the mounting bracket and attach it by tightening the four screws.6. Pull the cables up through the side holes in the unit casing.7. Drag the gaskets along the cable and plug them into the holes. The gaskets should fit snugly inthe holes with no folds or bends.8. Re-attach the top part of the cable shield by tightening the two screws.Note: The AXIS P3363-VE/P3364-VE/P3364-LVE can also be fitted with a metal conduit for protectingthe cabling when cables are routed along the wall.

AXIS P33-VE Network Cameras Installation GuidePage 9Install the camera unitConnector for fanCamera unitENGLISHAttachscrew to cameraNetwork cable1. Attach the network cable to the camera unit; and the cable for audio and I/O if required.Note: Be careful not to stretch or bend the network cable too much since this could cause damage tothe network cable. the SD memory card (optional).Pull aside the springs in the unit casing and click the camera unit in place.Attach the fan connector to the connector in the camera unit.Attach the two M4x8 20 screws to the camera for greater stability.These screws are only necessary to secure against heavy shocks and vibrations.Note: The AXIS P3363-VE/P3364-VE/P3364-LVE can also be fitted with a metal conduit for protecting the cabling whencables are routed along the wall.Conduit

Page 10AXIS P33-VE Network Cameras Installation GuideAccess the video streamUse the tools provided on the Installation and Management Software CD to assign an IP address,set the password and access the video stream. This information is also available from the supportpages on the LensOpen the Live View page in the web interface and make the following adjustments to the camera:MarkOptical shieldHorizontal lineLens holderLocking screw1. Loosen the locking screw.2. Turn the lens holder to the desired position.3. Turn the lens to make sure the (horizontal) lines on either side of the lens are alignedhorizontally.Note: Ensure that the mark on the lens cover, between the horizontal lines, is facing up.4. Once satisfied, gently tighten the locking screw and to secure the camera’s position.5. Open the Focus Adjustment page in the Web interface under Setup Basic Setup Focus &Zoom, and follow the on-screen instructions. Use the image window to adjust the focus andzoom. See the online help files for more information.Notes: Due to the dome’s refraction, the image may appear slightly out of focus once the dome has been placed.To correct this go to the Focus Adjustment page in the Web interface under Setup Basic Setup Focus& Zoom, and adjust the focus again. When the zoom and focus are adjusted, the IR illumination is automatically aligned to the defined angle ofview.Caution!Adjusting the focus and zoom manually can damage the lens.

AXIS P33-VE Network Cameras Installation GuideComplete the installationPage 11Black protective shieldNote: AXIS P3364-LVE Network Camera: Before attaching the dome cover make sure the optical shieldsits well in place. See image on page 10.For the AXIS P3364-LVE Network Camera, when the lens holder is tilted at a certain angle thedome cover may block part of the IR illumination. In that case: loosen the locking screwrotate the lens holder 180 tighten the locking screwfor correct image orientation, rotate the lens by 180 ; make sure the horizontal lines are aligned and themark between them is facing up.ENGLISH1. Rotate the black protective shield inside the dome cover so it is alignedwith the camera’s position (not applicable to AXIS P3364-LVE).2. If required, attach the weather shield to the camera before you attachthe dome cover (not applicable to AXIS P3364-LVE). To do this removethe two screws in the dome cover. Transfer the washers from thesescrews to the two long screws provided. Attach the weather shieldusing the two long screws.3. Attach the dome cover to the unit casing by tightening the 4 screws.

Page 12AXIS P33-VE Network Cameras Installation GuideUnit connectorsNetwork connector - RJ-45 Ethernet connector. Supports Power over Ethernet.The product shall be connected using a shielded network cable (STP). All cables connecting theproduct to the network switch shall be shielded (STP) and intended for their specific use. Makesure that the network switch is properly grounded. See Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) onpage 2 for regulatory requirements.Audio in - 3.5mm input for a mono microphone, or a line-in mono signal (left channel is used froma stereo signal).Audio out - Audio output (line level) that can be connected to a public address (PA) system or anactive speaker with a built-in amplifier. A pair of headphones can also be attached. A stereoconnector must be used for the audio out.SDHC memory card slot - The SD memory card can be used for local recording with removablestorage.I/O terminal connector - Used in applications for e.g. motion detection,event triggering, time lapse recording and alarm notifications. In addition toan auxiliary power and a GND pin, it provides the interface to: Pin4Pin21 transistor output - For connecting external devices such asPin3Pin1relays and LEDs. Connected devices can be activated by theVAPIX Application Programming Interface (API), by the output buttons on the LiveView page or by an Action Rule. The output will show as active (shown under SystemOptions Ports & Devices) if the alarm device is activated.1 digital input - An alarm input for connecting devices that can toggle between anopen and closed circuit, for example: PIRs, door/window contacts, and glass breakdetectors. When a signal is received the state changes and the input becomes active(shown under System Options Ports & Devices).FunctionPinNotesGND3.3V DCPowerDigitalInputDigitalOutput12GroundCan be used to power auxiliary equipment.Note: This pin can only be used as power out.Connect to GND to activate, or leave floating (orunconnected) to deactivate.Uses an open-drain NFET transistor with the sourceconnected to GND. If used with an external relay, adiode must be connected in parallel with the load,for protection against voltage transients.34SpecificationsMax. load 50mAMin. input 0 to - 40V DCMax. input 0 to 40V DCMax. load 100mAMax voltage 40V DC

AXIS P33-VE Network Cameras Installation GuidePage 13The following connection diagram gives an example of how to connect an auxiliary device to theAXIS P3363-VE/P3364-VE/P3364-LVE.1E.g. push button3.3Vmax. 50mA2D4GSLED indicatorsLEDColorIndicationNetworkGreenSteady for connection to a 100 Mbit/s network. Flashes for network activity.StatusPowerAmberSteady for connection to 10 Mbit/s network. Flashes for network activity.UnlitNo network connection.GreenSteady green for normal operation.AmberSteady during startup; flashes once during reset to factory default or whilerestoring settings.RedSlow flash for failed upgrade.GreenNormal operation.AmberFlashes green/amber during firmware upgrade.ENGLISH3

Page 14AXIS P33-VE Network Cameras Installation GuideResetting to the Factory Default SettingsThis will reset all parameters, including the IP address, to the factory default settings: power from the camera.Press and hold the Control button and reconnect power (see “Hardware overview” on page 6).Keep the Control button pressed for about 15 seconds until the Status indicator displays amber.Release the Control button. The process is complete after about 1 minute (when the Statusindicator turns green). The network camera has been reset to the factory default settings. Thedefault IP address is Re-assign the IP address.6. Refocus the camera.It is also possible to reset parameters to factory default via the web interface. Go to Setup SystemOptions Maintenance.Further informationThe user manual is available from the Axis Web site at To learn more about Axis'products and technologies, visit, the global learning center for networkvideo.Tip!Visit to check if there is updated firmware available for your Axis product.To see the currently installed firmware version, see Setup About in your web interface.WarrantyFor information about Axis' product warranty and thereto related information, please

Mesures de sécuritéLisez attentivement le présent Guide d'installation avant d'installer le produit Axis. Conservez leGuide d'installation pour une utilisation ultérieure. Ce produit Axis doit être utilisé conformément aux lois et réglementations locales envigueur.Pour pouvoir être utilisé à l'extérieur, ce produit Axis doit être placé dans un boîtierd'extérieur homologué.Le produit Axis doit être installé par un professionnel qualifié. Veuillez vous conformer auxrèglements nationaux et locaux relatifs à l'installation.Transport Pour transporter le produit Axis et éviter de l'endommager, utilisez l'emballage d'origine ouun emballage équivalent.FRANÇAIS Conservez le produit Axis dans un environnement sec et aéré.Évitez d'exposer le produit Axis aux vibrations, aux chocs ou à une forte pression.N'installez pas le produit sur un support instable, ou des surfaces ou des murs instables ouvibrants, car cela pourrait l'endommager.N'utilisez que les outils applicables pour installer le produit Axis ; une force excessivepourrait endommager le produit.Pour le nettoyage, n’utilisez ni produits chimiques, ni substances caustiques ou aérosols.Utilisez un chiffon humide pour le nettoyage.N’utilisez que des accessoires conformes aux caractéristiques techniques du produit. Ceuxci peuvent être fournis par Axis ou par un fournisseur tiers.Utilisez uniquement des pièces de rechange fournies ou recommandées par Axis.Ne tentez pas de réparer le produit vous-même, contactez Axis ou votre revendeur Axispour toute réparation.

Remplacement des pilesCe produit Axis nécessite une pile au lithium CR2032 de 3,0 V pour l'alimentation de son horloge entemps réel interne. Dans des conditions normales d'utilisation, cette pile est censée durer au moins5 ans. Si la pile est faible, le fonctionnement de l'horloge en temps réel peut être affecté etentraîner sa réinitialisation à chaque mise sous tension. Un message enregistré apparaît lorsque lapile doit être remplacée. Ne remplacez la pile qu'en cas de nécessité !Si la pile doit être remplacée, veuillez contacter pour obtenir de l’aide. Jetez les piles usagées conformément aux consignes du fabricant. Le remplacement incorrect de la pile peut entraîner un risque d'explosion.Remplacez la pile par une pile identique ou équivalente uniquement, en respectant lesrecommandations du fabricant.Nettoyer la bulle du dôme Veillez à ne pas rayer ou endommager la bulle du dôme. Ne nettoyez pas la bulle du dôme sielle semble propre à l'œil nu et ne frottez jamais sa surface. Un nettoyage excessif peutl'endommager.Pour le nettoyage général de la bulle du dôme, il est recommandé d'utiliser un savon ou undétergent neutre sans solvant, non abrasif, avec de l'eau et un chiffon doux. Rincezabondamment avec de l’eau tiède et propre. Séchez à l'aide d'un chiffon doux pour éviterles tâches d'eau.N'utilisez jamais de détergents forts, d'essence, de benzène ou d'acétone, etc. et éviteztoute exposition directe aux rayons du soleil ou à des températures élevées lors dunettoyage.Les bulles pour les produits L sont livrées avec une surface anti-rayures et le nettoyage dela bulle est recommandé, cependant veuillez respecter les précautions ci-dessus.

Guide d’installation des Caméra réseau AXIS P33-VEPage 17AXIS P3363-VE/P3364-VE/P3364-LVEGuide d’installation de la caméra réseauProcédez comme suit pour installer la caméra réseau.« Contenu de l’emballage » à la page 17« Présentation du matériel » à la page 18« Installation du matériel » à la page 19« Accéder au flux vidéo » à la page 22« Réglage de l’objectif » à la page 22« Fin de l’installation » à la page 23Remarques :Contenu de Caméra réseauavec module chauffantAXIS P3363-VEAXIS P3364-VEAXIS P3364-LVESupport de fixationBulles de dômeBulle transparente non fumée (non applicable pour l’AXIS P3364-LVE)Bulle transparente fuméeProtection étancheNon applicable pour l’AXIS P3364-LVEÉtiquettes2 étiquettes adhésives portant le numéro de sérieKit de montageTournevis Resitorx, 2 vis longues, gabarit de perçage, câble réseau de5 mètres avec joint, 1 joint, connecteur de bornier.CDCD du logiciel d'installation et de gestionDocumentation impriméeGuide d’installation (le présent document)Clé d’authentification AVHSAccessoires en optionAdaptateur filet avec câble blindéRendez-vous sur pour en savoir plus sur les accessoiresdisponibles.FRANÇAIS Avant de commencer, vérifiez le contenu de l’emballage et assurez-vous que l’alimentation ainsi que lescâbles, les outils et la documentation nécessaires sont disponibles. Voir Contenu de l’emballage ci-dessous. Cette caméra réseau est conçue pour fonctionner avec un connecteur réseau (PoE). Si vous n’en disposezpas, utilisez l’injecteur PoE Axis à 1 port (non fourni).

Page 18Caméra réseau AXIS P33-VE Guide d’installationPrésentation du matérielCaméra AXIS P3363Élément chauffantConnecteur d’E/SBouton de commandeConnecteur réseau(PoE)Entrée audioSortie audioVoyants lumineuxLogement pour carte mémoire SDSupport de fixationBoîtier de l’unitéRessortCaméraCouvercle du dômeTrous pour les câblesacheminés dans le murTrous latéraux avecjoints pour les câblesacheminés le long du murNuméro de sérieAttention : l’élément thermique de la caméra peut être chaud.Dimensions (H x l)AXIS P3363-VE, AXIS P3364-VE, AXIS P3364-LVE 110 x 179 x 179 mm (4,33 x 7,05 x 7,05")PoidsAXIS P3363-VE, AXIS P3364-VE 1,5 kgAXIS P3364-LVE 1,5 kg

Guide d’installation des Caméra réseau AXIS P33-VEPage 19Installation du matérielPréparation du câble réseauSi vous utilisez un câble autre que celui fourni,il est nécessaire de préparer un câble réseauavec un joint. Faites passer délicatement lecâble à travers le joint fourni et complétez-lepar un connecteur réseau. Il peut êtrenécessaire de percer un trou dans le joint à l’aide du tournevis Resitorx.Remarques : Ne forcez pas l’entrée du connecteur réseau dans le joint. Ne percez pas le joint avec un couteau ou tout autre objet tranchant.Si les câbles doivent être acheminés le long du mur, préparez le boîtier de l’unité de la manièresuivante :Remarque : Le blindage de câble est facultatif, et n’est pas fourni avec le produit.1. Dévissez les deux vis sur le blindage de câble (non fourni) et détachez la partie inférieure.2. Fixez la partie inférieure du blindage de câble au boîtier de l’unité avec la vis.Blindage de câble(facultatif)Boîtier de l’unitéPartie supérieurePartie inférieureRemplacement de la bulle de dôme fumée ou non fumée (facultatif)Les caméras AXIS P3363-VE et AXIS P3364-VE sont livrées avec un dôme facultatif. Pour remplacerla bulle du dôme :1. Sous la bulle du dôme, dévissez les 4 vis qui maintiennent le dôme en place.2. Transférez le joint de l’ancien dôme au nouveau dôme.3. Remplacez l’ancien dôme par le nouveau et serrez les vis.FRANÇAISPréparation du boîtier de l’unité (acheminement des câbles le long du mur)

Page 20Caméra réseau AXIS P33-VE Guide d’installationAcheminement des câblesSelon que vous souhaitez faire passer les câbles le long du mur ou dans le mur, suivez lesinstructions correspondantes ci-dessous.Acheminement des câbles dans le mur1. En vous servant du gabarit deperçage, percez 4 trous dans lemur.2. Faites passer le câble réseau (ainsiRetirez les jointsque le câble d’E/S audio sides trousnécessaire) dans le mur et dans lesSupport de fixationtrous du support de fixation.Boîtier de l’unité3. Fixez le support de fixation au murCâble réseau avec jointen utilisant 4 vis appropriées.4. Retirez la caméra du boîtier de l’unité en écartant les ressorts.5. Retirez les joints des trous arrière du boîtier de l’unité. S’il n’y a qu’un seul câble, retirez un seuljoint.6. Ache

This document includes instructions for installing AXIS P3363-VE, AXIS P3364-VE and AXIS P3364-LVE on your network. Previous experience of networking will be beneficial when installing the product. Legal Considerations Video and audio surveillance can be prohibited by laws that vary from country to country. Check the laws in your local region