Cisco TelePresence System TX1300 47 Installation, First-Time Setup, and Field-Replaceable Unit Guide
Assembling the Cisco TelePresence System TX1300 47—Wall-Mounted Version
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Assembling the Cisco TelePresence System TX1300 47—Wall-Mounted Version

Table Of Contents

Assembling the Cisco TelePresence System TX1300 47—Wall-Mounted Version

Required Tools

CTS TX1300 47 Installation Video

Assembling the TX1300 47

Connecting the Cisco TelePresence Touch 12 Device


Assembling the Cisco TelePresence System TX1300 47—Wall-Mounted Version


Revised: January 12, 2012, OL-24695-01

The following document describes the tasks that you perform to install and set up a wall-mounted version of the Cisco TelePresence System TX1300 47 and includes the following sections:

Required Tools

Assembling the TX1300 47

Connecting the Cisco TelePresence Touch 12 Device


Note The display used in this product contains mercury. Dispose of this display according to local, state, and federal laws.


Required Tools

Make sure that you have a high-speed network connection that can accommodate an RJ-45 Ethernet jack. Your network administrator must also register this system as a device in Cisco Unified Communications Manager. For more information, refer to the Cisco Unified Communications Manager Configuration Guide for the Cisco TelePresence System.

The following tools are required:

#2 Phillips screwdriver.

#3 Phillips screwdriver.

Long-handled #3 Phillips screwdriver, or a #3 Phillips drill bit that is at least 6 inches (15 cm) long (for two of the screws that attach the cabinet to the base). See Figure 3-3 for more information.

3mm Allen wrench, ball-end recommended.

Drill bit and drill to drill the holes in the wall to secure the TX1300 47, as follows:

For drywall: a 1/2-inch drill bit.

For a concrete, concrete block, or brick wall: 1/8 and 10mm drill bits.

A pen or pencil and paper to write down the IP address when you power on the system.

CTS TX1300 47 Installation Video

A video that shows you the entire hardware installation process is available at the following URL:

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/telepresence/cts_1300/cts_1300_47/assembly/guide/video/
cts1300_47_install_final_640_x_360.html

Assembling the TX1300 47

To assemble the TX1300 47, complete the following steps:


Step 1 Take an inventory of the parts in the shipping carton.

Figure 3-1 shows the carton contents:

1. Accessory kit (CTS1300-47ACCKIT)

2. Base (CTS1300-47BASEPED or CTS1300-47BASETETH)

3. Cabinet (CTS1300-47CABEXTR)

4. Display (CTS-DISP-47-GEN1)

5. Camera (CTS1300-47CAMCLST)

6. Codec (CTS-CODEC-PRI-G2R)

7. Speaker cover (CTS1300-47SPKCOV)

8. Light reflector (CTS1300-47AV-PNL)

9. Microphone (CTS-MIC)

10. Microphone (CTS-MIC)

11. Microphone (CTS-MIC)

12. Cisco TelePresence Touch 12 (CTS-CTRL-DV12-A)

13. Cabinet cover (CTS1300-47CABCOV)

14. Seat alignment guides (CTS1300-SAG)

15. Cable cover (CTS1300-47ACCKIT)

16. Audio/visual (A/V) panel cover (CTS1300-47AV-CVR

17. Camera targets and easel (CTS-CAM-TOOL-G2)

18. Brackets to secure the system to the wall (CTS1300-47BASETETH)

Figure 3-1 Carton Contents

Step 2 Remove the base from its packaging, and attach the feet to the base.

For a wall-mounted system, be sure to use the smaller base with the longer support posts. Compare this with the base for the freestanding system shown in Figure 2-2.


Tip If the system is not level, use the wrench that is provided in the kit to adjust the base feet to level the base.


Figure 3-2 Attaching the Feet to the Base

Step 3 Remove the cabinet from its packaging and set the cabinet on the base, and attach it to the base with six screws (P/N 69-2180-01) using a #3 Phillips screwdriver. You will need to unplug a power cable in the bottom right corner of the cabinet to install one of the screws.


Note Use the long-handled screwdriver to secure the topmost screw that connects the cabinet to the base; the screw is partially hidden by one of the support structures for the cabinet.



Note If using a power drill/screwdriver, set the torque to a setting of 5, 6, or 7.


Figure 3-3 Attaching the Cabinet to the Base

Step 4 Attach the wall-mount brackets to the cabinet with two screws (P/N 69-2182-01).


Tip There are three sizes of brackets. Using the longest brackets provides a 4 inch (10 cm) gap between the system and the wall; this mounting allows you to use network and/or power connections that are located behind the system. Use the short brackets to attach the system flush to the wall.Choose the bracket that works best for your installation.


Figure 3-4 Attaching the Wall-Mounted Bracket to the Cabinet and Base

Step 5 Place the system against the wall where you will use it; then, mark holes in the wall for drilling, using the holes in the metal brackets as a template.

Figure 3-5 Marking Holes in the Wall for Drilling

Step 6 Determine the type of wall and drill the following size holes based on the wall type:

For walls made of drywall, drill four holes in the wall using a 1/2-inch drill bit

For a concrete, concrete block, or brick wall, drill two sets of four holes using the following procedure:

a. Drill four 1/8-inch holes in the masonry wall. This pilot hole ensures that the holes are horizontally aligned and level.

b. Drill four 10mm holes in the wall using the pilot hole as a guide.

Figure 3-6 Drilling Holes in the Wall

Step 7 Insert anchors in your wall using one of the two following procedures:

For walls made of drywall, complete the following steps:

a. Remove the anchors (P/N 51-4604-01) that are provided in the accessory kit.

b. Move the plastic straps on the anchor until the metal part of the anchor is parallel with the straps.

c. Push the metal part of the anchor through the 1/2-inch holes that you drilled.

Figure 3-7 Pushing the Anchor Through the Wall and Stud

d. Turn the plastic straps on the anchor so that the metal part of the anchor is flush and vertical to the inner part of the stud or wall.

e. Slide the plastic cap on the anchors until the cap is flush with the outer part of the wall.

Figure 3-8 Securing the Anchor and Cap to the Wall

f. Snap off the plastic straps that protrude from the wall until the anchors are flush with the wall. Push the straps from side to side to snap them off.

Figure 3-9 Removing the Plastic Straps

For a concrete, concrete block, or brick wall, complete the following steps:

a. Using the 1/8-inch masonry drill bit, drill pilot holes to ensure that the holes are horizontally aligned and level.

b. Drill into the pilot holes using the 10mm masonry drill bit.

c. Drill at least 75 millimeters into the concrete or brick wall.

d. Push the anchors into the holes that you drilled.

Figure 3-10 Inserting Anchors into the Drilled Holes for Concrete, Concrete Block, or Brick Wall

Step 8 Mount the cabinet and stand to the wall using the provided screws (P/N 69-1714-01).

Figure 3-11 Attaching the Cabinet and Stand to the Wall

Step 9 Remove the light reflector from its plywood backing by removing four screws, indicated by yellow arrows on the light reflector. Use the handles to lift the light reflector away from the plywood backing as shown in Figure 3-12.

Figure 3-12 Removing the Light Reflector from Its Packaging

Step 10 Attach the cabinet post end caps and the light reflector:

a. Attach the end caps to the tops of the cabinet posts. See callout a in Figure 3-13 for more information. The end caps are in the accessory kit.

b. Attach the light reflector to the cabinet.by hanging it on the two round pegs on the cabinet posts, and then screwing it to the cabinet posts using four screws (P/N 69-2181-01) and a #3 Phillips screwdriver, and attaching the bottom of the light reflector to the cabinet using two screws (P/N 69-2179-01) and a #2 Phillips screwdriver.


Note If using a power drill/screwdriver, set the torque to a setting of 5, 6, or 7.


c. Route the cables for the display (found with the display in box #4) through the slot in the lower center area of the reflector and the notch at the top of the cabinet.

d. Remove the protective paper from the outside of the light reflector.


Note Alternatively, you can remove the paper before you install the light reflector.


Figure 3-13 Attaching the End Caps and Light Reflector to the Cabinet and Removing the Protective Paper

Step 11 Attach the camera processor to the light reflector:

a. Place the processor, found with the camera in box #5, into the light reflector.

b. Remove the thumb screw from the light reflector and attach the processor to the light reflector using the thumb screw. See callout b in Figure 3-14 for more information.

c. Attach the USB type B and DVI cables to the processor. These cables are already connected to the light reflector.


Note The DVI cable is tied to the light reflector with a cable tie to prevent damage during shipping. Cut the cable tie and release the cable in order to connect it to the camera processor.


Figure 3-14 Inserting the Camera Processor Into the Light Reflector

Step 12 Attach the display to the light reflector:

a. Hook the display onto the rods in the light reflector.


Note Hold the bottom of the display slightly forward from light reflector to prevent it from latching to the light refelector.


b. Connect the power and signal cables to the back of the display.

c. Rotate the display downwards until the lower part of the display attaches to the light reflector.

Figure 3-15 Attaching the Display to the Light Reflector

Step 13 Install the camera:

a. Using a #3 allen wrench, loosen the three screws in the camera assembly.

b. Slide the camera into its attachment point in the reflector.

c. Secure the camera with the three screws.

d. Attach the three camera cables to the camera processor. The cables attach to the processor in the same orientation as they come from the camera; left-most cable to left-most connector, middle cable to middle connector, and right-most cable to right-most connector.

Figure 3-16 Attaching the Camera and Camera Cables to the Light Reflector and Camera Processor

Step 14 Insert the codec into the cabinet:

a. Use the diagram in Figure 3-19 to connect the light and microphone cables. The cables have tape flags with icons that represent the connections; use these tape flags to connect the light and microphone cables. These cables must be installed before the coded is installed.


Note The lights are numbered. Light #1 is the top light, light #2 the bottom light, light #3 the left light, and light #4 is the right light.



Note There are three different places in the cabinet where cables are tied to the cabinet with cable ties to prevent damage during shipping. Cut these cable ties to release the cables before connecting them.


b. Retrieve the codec brackets and eight attachment screws (P?N 69-2175-01) from the accessory kit.

c. Attach the codec brackets to the codec, using four screws on each side. See Figure 3-17 for more information.

d. Insert the codec and brackets into the left side of the cabinet and attach the codec assembly to the bottom of the cabinet using two screws (P/N 69-2274-01). See Figure 3-18 for more information.

e. Use the diagram in Figure 3-19 to connect the remaining cables. The cables have tape flags with icons that represent the connections; use these tape flags to connect the cables.


Note Route the external power cable through a rectangular cutout at the rear of the cabinet. Route the external microphone and VGA cables route into the cabinet through a slot at the bottom of the cabinet. See Figure 3-20 for more information.



Note The audio connection for the presentation cable on the codec is different based on the cable you use for presentations. If you use a VGA-to-VGA cable, use the audio connection on the codec labeled with an icon of a computer. If you use a HGMI-to-HDMI, HDMI-to-DisplayPort, or HDMI-to-Mini Displayport cable, use the audio connection labeled "Aux" on the codec. Figure 3-19 shows both connections.


Figure 3-17 Figure 1 of 4) Attaching the Codec Brackets to the Codec

Figure 3-18 (Figure 2 of 4) Inserting the Codec and Brackets Into the Cabinet

Figure 3-19 (Figure 3 of 4) Connection Diagram for TX1300 47

Figure 3-20 (Figure 4 of 4) Routing the External Microphone and VGA Cables

Step 15 Attach the speaker cover to the system. Tuck the foam tabs on the top of the speaker cover into the space in the cabinet behind the speaker cover.

Figure 3-21 Attaching the Speaker Cover

Step 16 Retrieve the compliance label and codec cabling diagram from the accessory kit; then, attach the labels and cabinet cover. See the callout in Figure 3-22.

a. Attach the compliance label to the inside left of the cabinet.

b. Attach the codec cabling diagram to the inside of the cable cover.

c. Attach the cabinet cover to the system.

Figure 3-22 Attaching the Cabinet Cover

Step 17 Attach the cover for the audio-visual panel (A/V panel). The A/V panel cover has notches on one side that fit onto the metal tabs on the top of the light reflector. Hold the A/V panel cover vertically, fit the notched side onto the top of the reflector cabinet, and let the top of the A/V panel cover fall toward the rear of the light reflector. The notched edge of the A/V panel cover should slide underneath the lights, and cover the rear half of the top opening of the light reflector.

Figure 3-23 Attaching the A/V Panel Cover

Connecting the Cisco TelePresence Touch 12 Device

Connect the CTT 12 by performing the following tasks:

Connect one side of the Ethernet cable that is supplied with the CTT 12 to the "Network Uplink Input RJ-45" port on the rear of the device.

Connect the other side of the Ethernet cable to the "To Phone" connection on the system codec.

Figure 3-24 shows the connections on the Cisco TelePresence Touch 12. See Figure 3-19 for information about the codec connections.

Figure 3-24 Connections On the Cisco TelePresence Touch 12