Cisco TelePresence System 3010 Assembly, Use & Care, and Field-Replaceable Unit Guide
Installing the Display Assembly
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Installing the Display Assembly

Table Of Contents

Installing the Display Assembly

Parts List

Required and Recommended Tools and Equipment

Installing the Display Assembly

Where to Go Next


Installing the Display Assembly


Revised: July 13, 2012, OL-21177-01

Parts List

Key
Part Description
Part/Kit Number
Qty
Ctn
Notes
1

Display stand

800-33497-01
Kit # 69-2032

3

3
CTS-3X-FRM-G2

 
2

Left angle bracket

700-30911-01
Kit # 69-2032

2

3
CTS-3X-FRM-G2

 
3

Right angle bracket

700-30912-01
Kit # 69-2032

2

3
CTS-3X-FRM-G2

 
4

Camera bracket Kit

800-33497-01
Kit # 69-2032
Subkit # 69-2039

   

Use the screws that are included with the kit to attach the camera bracket to the frame.

5

Display shelf support arms for left display

800-33500-01
Kit # 69-2032

2

3
CTS-3X-FRM-G2

 
6

Display shelf support arms for right display

800-33501-01
Kit # 69-2032

2

3
CTS-3X-FRM-G2

 
7

Display shelf support arm, left-center (with blue flipper arm)

800-33502-01
Kit # 69-2032

1

3
CTS-3X-FRM-G2

 
8

Display shelf support arm, right-center (with flipper arm)

800-33503-01
Kit # 69-2032

1

3
CTS-3X-FRM-G2

 
9

LCD display support bar

Part of screen installation kit (74-7088)

1

CTS-3x10-FACADE
33

 
10

M8 x 70 mm screws

48-2274-01

 

1
CTS-3K-ACC-G2

 
11

M8 x 32 washers

49-1165-01

 

1
CTS-3K-ACC-G2

 
12

M8 x 20 mm screws

48-2647-01

 

1
CTS-3K-ACC-G2

 
13

M8 x 15.5 serrated washers

49-1251-01

 

1
CTS-3K-ACC-G2

 
14

M8 washers

49-1252-01

 

1
CTS-3K-ACC-G2

Included with camera bracket kit

15

M8 hex screws

   

1
CTS-3K-ACC-G2

Included with camera bracket kit

16

M6 x 16 pan head screw

   

1
CTS-3K-ACC-G2

 
17

M6 washer

   

1
CTS-3K-ACC-G2

 
18

Monitor mounting plate

700-31139

Kit #69-2032

3

3
CTS-3X-FRM-G2

 


Caution The display structures are unstable during assembly. Use caution, and support all structures as required.


Caution Some system components have metal and plastic edges with hard angles. These edges are exposed until you complete system assembly. Use caution when you move around the system during assembly to avoid contact with any exposed system edges.


Warning Only trained and qualified personnel should be allowed to install, replace, or service this equipment.

Note The directions left and right refer to the assembly as you face the Plasma displays.


Required and Recommended Tools and Equipment

The following tools are required to install a Cisco TelePresence 3010 system. Tools that are recommended but not required are indicated by an asterisk.

#1 Phillips screwdriver

Level


Note Cisco recommends a laser level, which greatly speeds the process of levelling the entire system


Claw hammer or small pry bar (for unpacking)

Tin snips* (recommended for unpacking)

Pallet jack or hand cart* (recommended for moving component boxes to installation site)

Safety gloves

Safety glasses*

Box cutters*

Power screwdriver with 3, 4, 5, and 6 mm (standard or round) Allen bits, or standard 3, 4, 5, and 6 mm Allen wrenches


Tip A round-head Allen bit can work at an angle instead of just straight out, a helpful feature in tight spots.


Knee pads or kneeling cushion*

Laptop computer attached to network (for troubleshooting or reference)*

Hand vacuum or facilities vacuum*

Installing the Display Assembly

To install the display assembly and displays, complete the steps in the following procedure.


Step 1 Unpack the display stand and move the stands to the installation area.


Tip Cisco recommends that you move the stands by carrying them horizontally, using two people.


Figure 3-1 Moving Stands to the Installation Area

Step 2 Remove the zip ties from the stands.


Tip Lay the stands on the ground where you want them to be during final assembly,


Figure 3-2 Unpacking the Display Stands

Step 3 Raise and perform initial setup of the stands by completing the following steps:

a. Adjust the stand feet so that the feet are adjusted approximately 3/4 inches (2 cm) out from the stand base.

Adjusting the feet makes it easier to perform the leveling tasks that you perform later in this procedure.

b. Raise the stand until it is erect and secure the stand posts to the stand base.

Figure 3-3 Securing the Stand

Step 4 Arrange the stands until they are at approximately the correct angle to each other.

Figure 3-4 Arranging the Stands

Step 5 Center the stands within the room.


Tip Use the notch in the center of the codec tray to find the exact center of the system.


Figure 3-5 Centering the Stands

Step 6 Attach the upper angle brackets to the display stands.


Note Use the arrows on the upper and lower brackets to find the correct attachment points.


The upper and lower brackets are interchangeable with each other; however, the left and right brackets are not interchangeable.

Figure 3-6 Attaching the Upper Angle Bracket

Step 7 Attach the lower angle brackets to the display stands.

Figure 3-7 Attaching the Lower Angle Bracket

Step 8 Attach the camera bracket to the center display stand.

Figure 3-8 Attaching the Camera Bracket

Step 9 Attach the display stand support arms to the right and left display stands by completing the following steps:

a. Loosen the screws on the side of the display stand to allow the display shelf support arms to slip over the screw heads.

a. Slide the display stand support arms over the screws that you loosened in Step a.


Note Do not use the arms with the blue flipper arms; you use these arms for the center display stand.


b. Tighten the screws.

Figure 3-9 Attaching the Display Shelf Support Arms to the Left and Right Display Stands

Step 10 Attach the left display shelf support arm to the center display stand.


Note Attach the arm so that the blue flipper on the arm faces left (on the outside of the stand).


Figure 3-10 Attaching the Left Display Shelf Support Arm to the Center Display Stand

Step 11 Attach the right display shelf support arm to the center display stand and display hanger rod.


Note Attach the arm so that the blue flipper on the arm faces right (on the outside of the stand).


Figure 3-11 Attaching the Right Display Shelf Support Arm to the Stand and Hanger Rod

Step 12 Attach the presentation display hanger rod to the two center display shelf support arms.


Tip If required, loosen the stands


Figure 3-12 Attaching the Presentation Display Hanger Rod to the Center Display Shelf Support Arms

Step 13 Measure the following distances:

The distance between the display stand legs and the wall


Note Using the measurements provided in Figure 3-13, there will be approximately 3 inches (8 cm) of space between the light reflector and the wall. These minimum dimensions can make installation of the light reflector, cable routing, and attachment of system components difficult. If your room size and room lighting pattern allow extra space, add extra space to these minimum measurements.


The distance between the outside legs of the left and right display stands.


Note For the distance between the left and right display stands, measure the distance from the outer edge of each leg.


Figure 3-13 Measuring the Distance Between the System and the Wall and the System Outside Legs

Step 14 Attach the monitor mounting plates to the display stands.


Note To allow you to perform leveling adjustments after you install the display, do not overtighten the Phillips head screw (callout 12 in the illustration); keep the screw finger-tight.


Figure 3-14 Attaching the Monitor Mounting Plates to the Display Stands

Step 15 Using the laser or spirit level, make sure that the stands and angle brackets are level to each other.


Tip For accurate the efficient leveling, Cisco recommends that you use a laser level for this step and for all leveling procedures. If a laser level is not available, use a spirit level.


Figure 3-15 Leveling the Stands and Angle Brackets


Where to Go Next

After you build the display assembly, you add the lights and associated hardware (light reflectors and diffusers) to the display assembly. Continue to Chapter 4 "Installing the Lighting Assembly and Codecs," to build the lighting assembly.