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EagleEye Director II Dimensional Drawings

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EagleEye Director II Dimensional Drawings

Hi I am currently in the process of creating a CAD elevation for a client and as an option we are looking to add the EagleEye director II system.

 

I can find and have copies of the original EE Director but cannot find anything for the Director II.

 

Does anyone have a PDF, Line Drawing, CAD files etc?

 

TIA

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Re: EagleEye Director II Dimensional Drawings

Hello @Doug Walker,

 

welcome to the Polycom Community.

 

Did you see this post here:

 

by Polycom Employee & Moderator Polycom Video EP PLM Polycom Employee & Moderator on ‎02-09-2016 04:12 PM Latest post on ‎15-09-2017 04:54 PM by Polycom Employee & Moderator Polycom Video EP PLM Polycom Employee & Moderator
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Steffen Baier

Polycom Global Services

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Re: EagleEye Director II Dimensional Drawings

Thanks for the quick reply Steffen, 

 

I had seen that post but as they were flattened images within a PPTx i could not use them (without a lot of redrawing) to generate an elevation.

 

I know there are architectural line drawings for the other cameras in existance so I was holding out hope that they existed for this system.

 

I have managed to find on page 12 of the attached PDF a line drawing that I was able to import into AutoCAD and scale to create a detailed elevation drawing.

 

 

Thanks

Doug