Xenio i1000 - Device Installation
- We suggest that a qualified tradesperson install and mount the device, ensuring the below guide is followed.
Installation Guide Note: Determining the location and positioning of the installation
- Avoid installing the device in locations that have contact with a strong light source or outdoors. e.g. direct sunlight, spotlight, fluorescent light.
The device should be at least 2 metres away from any light source such as a ceiling fluorescent light.
- Avoid installing the device in locations prone to heat, high moisture or condensation levels in the air. This includes portables, sheds and areas where there is not sufficient cooling.
- Suggested minimum installation height of the device from the ground is 1.2 metres.
Plug in the square power connector and network cable to the device as shown below.
Note: The power connection for the Australian device has a 3 pin cable connected to a 12V 3.5A switching power adaptor.
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