CEILING/PEDESTAL MOUNT, HEAVY DUTY, PAN/TILT AND ENCLOSURE
The PM2000/PM2010are universal pedestal mounts designed for use with medium- and heavy-duty pan/tilts, including Legacy® and Esprit® integrated positioning systems. The PM2000/PM2010are also compatible with PS20 Series scanners. Constructed from aluminum, these mounts will safely support up to 125 pounds (56.62 kg). Optional adapters are available for various pan/tilt and enclosure applications.
The PM2000height is 24 inches (60.96 cm), and the PM2010height is 10 inches (25.40 cm). The use of two or more ST1 support struts greatly increases horizontal stability in high wind installations.
The PM2000/PM2010can also be adapted for use with enclosures when used with the AH1000 or AH2000 adjustable head. The AH1000 and AH2000 allow 360-degree positioning of the enclosure; the AH1000 is for use with EH3512/EH4700 Series enclosures, and the AH2000 is for use with EH5700, EH8106, and EHX*E Series enclosures.
In certain applications, the AH1000 or AH2000 can be utilized alone.
When mounting a Legacy integrated positioning system on the PM2000or PM2010, the PA2000 adapter must also be used. No adapter is required when using the Esprit integrated positioning system with factory-supplied EPP pedestal adapter plate
Ceiling Mount offers a reliable, convenient mounting solution
Sustains a maximum load capacity of 125 lb
Supports up to 125 lb (56.62 kg)
For Use with Medium- and Heavy-duty Pan/Tilts
Optional Adapter Available for Use with Enclosures
Cable Feedthrough Holes (Top & Bottom
Name: Pelco PM2000 Ceiling Pedestal Mount for PS20 Series Scanners, Schneider Electric SA, Pelco by Motorola Solutions
Category: Pelco by Motorola Solutions, Video Surveillance, Housings & Mounts, Camera Mounts
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