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CAM200IP Installation - JNelson90 - 02-21-16 07:13 PM

I have purchased the Raymarine CAM200IP and would like to install it on top of my hard top but the base / mount does not appear to have a waterproof method to route the cables through my hardtop.

Do you have any recommendations of how I could accomplish this? I believe the camera is fully waterproof with the IP67 rating.

Many thanks!


RE: CAM200IP Installation - Chuck - Raymarine - Moderator - 02-22-16 09:42 AM

Welcome to the Raymarine Technical Forum Jeff,

When seeking to pass a cable through an exterior bulkhead, top, etc., a commonly available third party marine grade gland seal would typically be used.

RE: CAM200IP Installation - JNelson90 - 02-29-16 11:21 AM

Thanks for your input but I now have an additional question - I need to mount the camera about 6 inches to a foot higher than the existing mount in order properly see behind my boat. The CAM200 lists an Adjustable Mounting Bracket (R08201) but I don't see any additional mounting brackets / extensions for the CAM200IP. Can you recommend a taller mount for the camera or provide any details that will help me locate a suitable extension?

Kindest regards,


RE: CAM200IP Installation - Chuck - Raymarine - Moderator - 03-01-16 08:35 AM


Like the CAM100, Raymarine only offers a single mounting base for the CAM200IP. Should you need a taller mount, it would be either necessary to build up the mounting surface to the desired height or to source a custom mount. With respect to the latter, the CAM200IP features M10 female threads on the side opposite its lens.

RE: CAM200IP Installation - JNelson90 - 03-01-16 09:07 AM

Thank you very much for your prompt response. The feedback on the screw/threads should really help.

RE: CAM200IP Installation - Chuck - Raymarine - Moderator - 03-01-16 10:14 AM

You're welcome.