I’m contemplating integrating the DSC PG9944 outdoor image sensor. The installation guide simply says to screw the bracket into a wall or pillar. I couldn’t find particularly useful information from a google search, so I wonder if someone could give me some pointers or a link to some relevant online resource:
Would the general practice be to drill that bracket into the siding on a wall of the house? And if so, how deeply should the hole be drilled into the house structure itself?
Is it feasible to mount an image sensor on a fence post, say, bordering a deck? I suppose that would expose it more to snowfall, which could be a disadvantage.
Just trying to get some general clue as to how competent or even professional people would think to mount an outdoor image sensor. I can easily find quite a bit about mounting outdoor video cameras, but many of the recommended mounting locations (eaves, etc.) for video cameras don’t seem to make sense for image sensors.
Thanks for any thoughts!