Try to avoid direct exposure to sunlight and rain. Mounting under an eave or other protective covering is ideal.
Please use the screws that come with the camera to mount it on the wall. We recommend creating a pilot hole first and then hand-screwing the camera base into the wall. If would like to use different lengths of screws, please keep to the gauge of #4 and the same style of Phillips rounded head.
Note: We do caution about using power tools because they have the ability to over-tighten and possibly damage the base.
For mounting a Rhombus Dome camera we recommend checking out this mounting guide. This guide will better help with mounting accessories also.
Place the included moisture-trapping desiccant bag (in the R2 box) inside the camera before replacing the dome.
When the dome is reapplied after mounting and aiming, sometimes the sealing gasket can be twisted or unseated. The seal can also be incomplete if the dome screws aren't sufficiently tightened. Check the seal to ensure a properly seated and tight fit.
Anti-fog wipes and sprays are generally available, and can be applied to the inside and outside of the dome bubble.
If you have any further questions please reach out to our Rhombus Support at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you would like to talk to a Rhombus Sales Representative please reach out to email@example.com.
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