The Esprit® Seriesmounts include the EWM wall mount, EPM pole mount, ECM100 corner mount, EPP pedestal adapter, and the EA4348 EWM-to-Legacy® adapter.
All mounts are aluminum (exept for the EPP, which is made from 304 stainless steel) and feature a feedthrough opening to conceal electrical cables. They have a gray, polyester powder coat finish.
The EWM wall mount is the essential component in this series. It can be used as a stand-alone mount for wall applications or in conjunction with the EPM pole mount, ECM100 corner mount, or PP100 parapet mount. When used with the EA4348 adapter, the EWM can also be mounted to a Legacy PP300L, PP301L, or PP4348 parapet mount.
The EWM wall mount is easy to install and requires no special tools. The Esprit integrated positioning system attaches directly to the EWM with three stainless-steel screws. The mount can be attached to any vertical load-bearing surface with four fasteners suitable for the mounting surface (not supplied). Stainless-steel nuts and washers are supplied for attaching the EWM to the mounting studs on the pole, corner, and parapet mounts.
The EPP pedestal adapter is designed to adapt an Esprit integrated positioning system to pedestal mounts, such as the PM2000 or PM2010. Three stainless-steel screws are provided to secure the Esprit system to the adapter.
The EA4348 EWM-to-Legacy adapter can also be used to retrofit corner-, pole-, and parapet-mounted Legacy systems with Esprit integrated positioning systems. The EA4348 will make any CM400, PA402, PP400, PP300L/PP301L, and PP4348 Legacy mount compatible with the EWM wall mount.
For Use with Esprit® Series Integrated Positioning Systems in Corner, Pedestal, Pole, and Wall Applications
Can Also Be Used in Parapet Applications When Used with Appropriate Mount Adapter
Constructed of Aluminum
Features Cable Feedthrough
Easy to Install
For Indoor or Outdoor Applications
Name: Pelco EPM Esprit Mounting Adapter for Camera Mount, Powder Coated Gray, Schneider Electric SA, Pelco by Motorola Solutions
Category: Pelco by Motorola Solutions, Video Surveillance, Housings & Mounts, Camera Mounts
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