The IWM Series, IWM24 Series, and IDM4018indoor/outdoor wall mounts are designed primarily for use with Pelco pendant domes including Spectra ® , DF5, DF8, and Sarix TM IE Series. They can also be used with other pendant domes that require 1.5-inch NPT pipe thread for installation. For Sarix IE Series domes, the IWM-SR and IWM24-SR wall mounts require the Sarix IE-P pendant mount adapter.
All mounts feature a feedthrough opening in the mounting surface for easy routing of video and power cables and are threaded for 1.5-inch NPT pipe, making them ready to accept a variety of Pelco pendant back box models.
The IWM24 Series includes an integral 24 VAC, 100 VA transformer. Input power (120 or 240 VAC, 50/60 Hz) is selectable using an internal slide switch that is easily accessible through a front access cover plate. Input wiring can enter the arm from openings in the mounting plate or a flexible metal conduit fitting may be installed on the bottom of the mount. When installed with Sarix IE Series domes, the power from the IWM24-SR mount is used for the dome heater.
The IWM Series, IWM24 Series, and IDM4018mounts can be attached directly to any vertical load-bearing surface. All mounts are designed to support up to 75 pounds (34 kg).
The IWM Seriesand IWM24 Seriesare constructed of cast aluminum and are available in black, gray, or light gray finish. The IDM4018
For Use with Spectra ® , DF5, DF8, and Sarix TM IE Series Domes; Can Also Be Used with Other Pendant Domes Using 1.5-inch NPT Threaded Pipe for Mounting
Constructed of Aluminum (IDM4018) and Cast Aluminum IWM Series)
Mounts Directly to Vertical Load-Bearing Surface for Wall Mount Applications
Supports up to 75 lb (34 kg)
Includes Cable Feedthrough Hole
IWM24 Series Includes Integral 24 VAC, 100 VA Transformer for Use with Spectra and Sarix IE Series Domes
Optional Parapet, Pole, and Corner Adapters are Available
Name: Pelco IWM24-SR Wall Mount for Sarix IE Cameras, Light Gray, Schneider Electric SA, Pelco by Motorola Solutions
Category: Pelco by Motorola Solutions, Video Surveillance, Housings & Mounts, Camera Mounts
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