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Hi all, new here and only dabble in the odd bit of CCTV, we have a job with existing ornate lamp posts and they have left and right cantilever brackets, looks like the last installer used brackets that were supposed to have lamps on them, appears they flipped them up 180deg to hang a PTZ off them as shown in the pictures in the links below, we are trying to find new enclosures but cannot find anything online.

The perspex dome is approx 220mm diameter, any idea where we can find these?

The plan is to take a Lilin PTZ apart and install it in them and yes we have cleared that with Lilin before anyone say's the void word lol

https://www.dropbox.com/s/uuyawlnvctjam8p/IMG_2687.jpg?dl=0

https://www.dropbox.com/s/vqnj932tbezn42a/IMG_2688.jpg?dl=0

https://www.dropbox.com/s/v5qln5n2431c24o/IMG_2689.jpg?dl=0

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Hi    Under picture it says open in browser...theta the easy way. 

The brackets used in your picture are ptz mounts they can be bought like that with standard ptz fitting. 

22 hours ago, 21st century Elec said:

The plan is to take a Lilin PTZ apart and install it in them and yes we have cleared that with Lilin before anyone say's the void word lol

Salesmen tell you anything. Read the terms and conditions of lilin ptz cameras.  Because that’s what they will use if you need to return 

and remember lilin like a lot of others only have a 6month ptz warranty. 

 

The camera era in your picture is a VCL smoke. I would not use the dome as it would not be comparable with another unit .... they are not just a dome 

it would be easier to just remove everything except the weather cover (top dome) and install a complete new camera ..... paint it black with platicoat spray to match

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Thanks, searched for PTZ mount and all I get are brakets, do you have a link?

Lilin have given me it black and white and they are working with us on this project due to the status of the client, they are willing to help deliver whatever he wants.

I was considering the option of a complete PTZ and having it powder coated. I'm just edging my bets the client will not accept the look changing.

Personally I think the PSD4624EX20 will look okay in black, I just need to convince our clients management and design team!

Again thanks

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