I've searched extensively, but can't seem to find an answer to this question. I think the PVC300 is perfect for a client install, but they have drop ceilings. In the install document they recommend drilling pilot holes, which leads me to believe that this camera is designed for a solid ceiling.
Has anyone used this camera in a drop ceiling enviroment? Is it possible or is there an enclosure which makes this possible? Thanks!
It is possible to reinforce drop ceiling tiles to make it possible to mount devices. I have seen it done with wood, and the track that the wood/ceiling tile sits in is reinforced by wire to the structure of the building. I recommend that you consult with a drop ceiling installer for assistance.
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