Cisco TelePresence System 3210 Assembly, Use & Care, and Field-Replaceable Unit Guide
Building the Second Row Table Assembly
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Building the Second Row Table Assembly

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Building the Second Row Table Assembly

Table Numbering Information Used in This Chapter

Parts List


Building the Second Row Table Assembly


Revised: December 2, 2011, OL-21178-01

Table Numbering Information Used in This Chapter

The tabletops and privacy panels are numbered to assist you in installation. Your tabletops and privacy panels use one of the following numbering schemes:

Tabletops are numbered section 1 to section 7. The numbering scheme counts tabletop sections starting from the center of the assembly. There are two tabletops that use section 5; if the two sections are differentiated, they are labeled "section 5 right" and "section 5 left".


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


Tabletops are numbered section 1 to section 8. The numbering scheme counts tabletop sections from the right to the left.

Use the numbering scheme that is printed on your tabletops and privacy panels to perform this procedure. Both methods of numbering are listed in this chapter and are included in the figures and assembly steps.

Parts List

Key
Part Description
Part Number
Qty
Ctn
Notes
1

Tabletop leg base

800-28454-xx

7

52-54

 
2

Metal packaging brace

700-24275-xx

7

41-43, 57

 
3

Molded foam bumper

800-28625-xx

7

41-43, 57

 
4

Gutter and privacy panel support bracket, type 1

700-27280-xx

2

50

 
5

Gutter and privacy panel support bracket, type 2

700-27279-xx

5

50

 
6

Gutter panel, section 1 (section 5)

800-31126-xx

1

50

 
7

Gutter panel, section 2 (section 4)

800-31129-xx

1

50

 
8

Gutter panel, section 3 (section 6)

800-31131-xx

1

50

 
9

Gutter panel, section 4 (section 3)

800-31133-xx

1

50

 
10

Gutter panel, section 5 (sections 2 and 7)

800-31124-xx

2

50

 
11

Privacy panel hanger

700-27311-xx

14

50

 
12

Floating bracket, type 1

700-27282-xx

2

50

 
13

Floating bracket, type 2

700-27281-xx

2

50

 
14

Tabletop: section 1 (section 5)

95-9995-01
Kit # 74-5565-01

1

26

 
15

Tabletop: section 2 (section 4)

95-10096-01
Kit # 74-5600-01

1

26

 
16

Tabletop: section 3 (section 6)

95-10097-01
Kit # 74-5601-01

1

26

 
17

Tabletop: section 4 (section 3)

95-10098-01
Kit # 74-5602-01

1

26

 
18

Tabletop: section 5 (sections 2 and 7)

95-9994-01
Kit # 74-5562

2

26

Some tabletop sections are marked "5 left" and "5 right"; install the sections so that the tabletop grain is correctly matched.

19

Tabletop end, left (section 6)

95-10099-01
Kit # 74-5603-01

1

26

 
20

Tabletop end, right (section 7)

95-10100-01
Kit # 74-5604

1

26

 
21

Tabletop end brace

700-27413-xx

2

50

 
22

Privacy panel alignment bracket, section 1 (section 5)

700-27275-xx

1

50

 
23

Privacy panel alignment bracket, section 2 (section 4)

700-27276-xx

1

50

 
24

Privacy panel alignment bracket, section 3 (section 6)

700-27277-xx

1

50

 
25

Privacy panel alignment bracket, section 4 (section 3)

700-27278-xx

1

50

 
26

Privacy panel alignment bracket, section 5 (sections 2 and 7)

700-27274-xx

2

50

 
27

Privacy panel, section 1 (section 5)

800-31112-xx

1

50

 
28

Privacy panel, section 2 (section 4)

800-31116-xx

1

50

 
29

Privacy panel, section 3 (section 6)

800-31117-xx

1

50

 
30

Privacy panel, section 4 (section 3)

800-31119-xx

1

50

 
31

Privacy panel, section 5 (sections 2 and 7)

800-31121-xx

2

50

 
32

Privacy Panel, left end section 6 (section 8)

800-31123-xx

1

50

 
33

Privacy Panel, right end section 7 (section 1)

800-31122-xx

1

50

 
34

Tabletop attachment plate, metal

700-27292-xx

2

50

 
35

M8 x 16 mm screws

48-2430-01

58

21

 
36

M8 x 2.5mm shoulder screws

69-1880-01 48-2437-01

30

21

 
37

M8 x 16 mm screws

48-2430-01

24

21

 
38

Screw, 8 x 50 mm, with plastic knob

69-1877-01 48-2298-01

15

21

 
39

Draw bolt

No part number

14

1

 
40

Spline

No part number

5

1

Either splines or wooden biscuits (callout number 57) are supplied with the table sections; use either the splines or the biscuits to join the table sections.

41

Cable Cover for right end privacy panel

700-27312-01

1

50

 
42

Velcro attachments for cable guide

No part number

2

 

Included with cable cover

43

I/O blank: large

700-23806-01
Kit #69-1600-xx

2

1

 
44

I/O blank: small

700-23807-01
Kit #69-1600-xx

14

1

 
45

I/O modules: power/Ethernet

74-xxxx-xx

12

1

Part number changes per country. Refer to "Region- and Country-Specific Equipment," for part number.

46

I/O Module Cover plate

700-23305-01

7

50-54

 
47

Cat6 Ethernet cord

37-0887-02 (3M)
37-0901-01 (10M)
37-0965-01 (12M)

1
8
3

1

48

3 m Jumper cord

37-0833-01

9

1

 
49

M4 nuts

49-0326

20

1

 
50

M4 x 12 mm screws, black

48-2426-01

10

1

 
51

Microphone

74-4743-01

6

1

 
52

M4 x 30 mm screws

   

1

Included in Microphone kit.

53

M4 washers

   

1

Included in Microphone kit.

54

Power distribution units (PDUs)

74-4787-01

2

1

Chapter 7, 8

55

Screws

To be provided

1

1

 
56

M8 shoulder screws for Floating Brackets

69-1880-01 48-2437-01

28

21

 
57

Wooden table joiner biscuits

69-1880-01 48-2437-01

28

21

Either splines (callout number 40) or wooden biscuits are supplied with the table sections; use either the splines or the biscuits to join the table sections.

 

Microphone extension cords, 9.5M

37-0931-01

6

1

Attach these cords to the microphone cables to reach the codec and audio/video extension unit.

 

Touch-up paint, dark gray

79-2269-01

1

1

Use this to cover any imperfections for the privacy panel that are caused by assembly, shipping or handling.



Caution The table segments 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.

Caution Table elements are heavy, and metal edges can be very sharp. Protect your hands and eyes from injury by wearing safety gloves and glasses.


Caution In order to prevent scratching the tabletops, you should avoid putting any tools on the shelf surfaces.


Note The directions left and right refer to the assembly as you face it from the front.



Warning Table legs are unstable until they are fully attached to the tabletop. Do not use unattached table legs as tabletop supports while you attach tabletop segments. They can fall and cause injury or damage. Cisco suggests you use the accessory cabinets to support and stabilize the table segments as you install them.

Step 1 Remove the Metal packaging braces from the Molded foam bumpers.

Figure 7-1 Metal packaging braces and their Molded foam bumpers

Step 2 Attach the first set of support brackets for the gutter and privacy panel to the table legs.


Note Note the table layout. Each section is numbered as shown in Figure 7-2. Each cable gutter and privacy panel is different. The numbering for the cable gutters and privacy panels correspond to the numbering for the tabletop.



Tip When you attach the support brackets, it can be helpful to turn the table leg upside-down.


Figure 7-2 Gutter and Privacy Panel Support Brackets, Type 1

Step 3 Attach the second set of five support brackets to the table legs.

Figure 7-3 Gutter and Privacy Panel Support Brackets, Type 2

Step 4 While one or more assistants keep the table legs steady, attach the section 1 (section 5) gutter panel to the section 1 (section 5) table legs.


Tip When you attach the support brackets, it can be helpful to turn the table leg upside-down.


Figure 7-4 Section 1 (Section 5) Gutter Panel

Step 5 Attach the section 2 (section 4) gutter panel to the section 2 (section 4) table legs.

Figure 7-5 Section 2 (Section 4) Gutter Panel

Step 6 Attach the Section 3 (section 6) gutter panel to the Section 3 (section 6) table legs.

Figure 7-6 Section 3 (Section 6) Gutter Panel

Step 7 Attach the section 4 (section 3) gutter panel to the section 4 (section 3) table legs.


Note If you are building a Reduced Configuration table (four tabletops instead of six), continue to Step 10 after completing this step.


Figure 7-7 Section 4 (Section 3) Gutter Panel

Step 8 Attach the left section 5 (section 7) gutter panels to the remaining table legs.

Figure 7-8 Section 5 (Left) Gutter Panels

Step 9 Attach the right section 5 (section 2) gutter panels to the remaining table legs.

Figure 7-9 Section 5 (Right) Gutter Panels

Step 10 Assemble the I/O modules for the outside left and outside right molded foam bumpers.

The outside left and outside right molded foam bumpers only have one I/O module each. The inner molded foam bumpers have two (see Figure 7-11).


Note Some I/O modules use a separate jumper cord for the power, rather than the module and cord being connected. If the cables are separate, the jumper cables for them are in sub-carton 2 in the accessory kit in carton 1. Figure 7-10 shows the I/O module and power cord already connected.


Figure 7-10 Foam Bumper Assembly

Step 11 Assemble the I/O modules for the inner molded foam bumpers.


Note The Ethernet cables are of different lengths. Attach the Ethernet cables to the I/O modules as follows:

Use the 12M cable, 37-0965-01, for the I/O modules between sections 6 and 5

Use the 3M cable, 37-0887-02, for the I/O modules between sections 5 and 7



Note Steps for routing the Ethernet and power cables are in Chapter 10 "Routing Power and Signal Cables."



Note The flange on the I/O module cover piece is wider on the bottom than on the top.



Note Some I/O modules use a separate jumper cord for the power, rather than the module and cord being connected. If the cables are separate, the jumper cables for them are in Carton 1. Figure 7-11 shows the I/O module and power cord already connected.


Figure 7-11 Foam Bumper Assembly

Step 12 Insert the second row PDUs in the lower cable gutters.


Note You install the remaining PDUs and route the cables in Chapter 10 "Routing Power and Signal Cables."


Figure 7-12 Second Row PDUs

Step 13 Use jumper cables to attach the power I/O modules to the power outlets of the PDUs; then, connect the power cables to the PDUs and route the cables to the right side of the table.


Note The power cables connect to the floor-mounted electrical termination unit (for example, a junction box with two electrical outlets) that you install in the cable trench or other solution that you provide for the second row Ethernet, power, and microphone cables. Be sure to follow all electrical codes when providing this cabling solution. For more information, see the "Cabling Considerations for Second Row Seating" section on page 2-14, and for cable trenching diagrams with measurements, see Figure 2-8 and Figure 2-9.


Figure 7-13 Second Row Table Power Cable Routing

Step 14 Attach the Ethernet cables to the modules in the foam bumpers and route the Ethernet cables to the right side of the cable.

Figure 7-14 Ethernet Cable Routing

Step 15 Route the second row microphone extension cables to the rear of the CTS 3210. If required, use the microphone extension cables that are included in the microphone kit to lengthen the cables.


Note Using masking tape or another method, note the cables as they correspond to the microphones. You use this information when you connect the microphone cables to the audio/video extension unit in Chapter 10 "Routing Power and Signal Cables."


Figure 7-15 Microphone Cable Routing

Step 16 Attach the first set of floating brackets to the table assembly.


Note Before you attach the floating brackets, route the Ethernet and power cables in Chapter 10 "Routing Power and Signal Cables."



Note After you attach the brackets with the shoulder screws, move the brackets left and right to ensure that they can move freely.


Figure 7-16 Floating Brackets, Type 1

Step 17 Attach the second set of floating brackets to the table assembly.


Note Before you attach the floating brackets, route the power cables in Chapter 10 "Routing Power and Signal Cables."



Note After you attach the brackets with the shoulder screws, move the brackets left and right to ensure that they can move freely.


Figure 7-17 Floating Brackets, Type 2

Step 18 Attach the privacy panel hangers to the table assembly.

Figure 7-18 Privacy Panel Hanger

Step 19 Place the section 1 (section 5) and section 2 (section 4) tabletops on the table assembly; then use one of the following methods to join the tabletops, depending on your attachment hardware:

Insert the plastic spline in the slot between the two table sections and join the sections together, then insert and tighten the draw bolts evenly on each side until the tabletop sections are joined.

Insert four wooden biscuits in the slot between the two table sections and join the sections together, then insert and tighten the draw bolts evenly on each side until the tabletop sections are joined.


Tip As you build the tabletops, attempt to align the table feet with the tabletops, and make sure that they tabletops are supported on at least three sides.


Figure 7-19 Tabletop Sections 1 and 2, Spline And Draw Bolts

Step 20 Place the Section 3 (section 6) tabletop on the table assembly; then use one of the following methods to join the tabletops:

Insert the plastic spline in the slot between the two table sections and join the sections together, then insert and tighten the draw bolts evenly on each side until the tabletop sections are joined.

Insert four wooden biscuits in the slot between the two table sections and join the sections together, then insert and tighten the draw bolts evenly on each side until the tabletop sections are joined.

Figure 7-20 Tabletop Section 3 (Section 6)

Step 21 Place table section 4 (section 3) on the table and join it to table section 2 (section 4) using either the spline or biscuits, then use the draw bolts to join the sections.


Note If you are building a Reduced Configuration table (four tabletops instead of six), continue to Step 24 after completing this step.


Figure 7-21 Tabletop Section 4 (Section 3)

Step 22 Place the left tabletop section 5 (section 7) on the table assembly and join it to table section 3 (section 6) using either the spline or biscuits, then use the draw bolts to join the sections.

Figure 7-22 Tabletop, Section 5 Left (Section 7)

Step 23 Place the right tabletop section 5 (section 2) on the table assembly and join it to table section 4 (section 3) using either the spline or biscuits, then use the draw bolts to join the sections.

Figure 7-23 Tabletop, Section 5 Right (Section 2)

Step 24 Attach the left tabletop end to tabletop section 5 using the using the draw bolts, spline or biscuits, and alignment plate.

Figure 7-24 Left Tabletop End, Draw Bolts, Spline and Alignment Plate

Step 25 Attach the Right tabletop end.

Figure 7-25 Right Tabletop End

Step 26 Attach tabletop sections 1 and 2 to the table leg.

Figure 7-26 Tabletop Sections 1 and 2 and Table Leg

Step 27 Attach tabletop sections 1 and 3 to the table leg.

Figure 7-27 Tabletop Sections 1 and 3 and Table Leg

Step 28 Attach tabletop sections 2 and 4 to the table leg.


Note If you are building a Reduced Configuration table (four tabletops instead of six), continue to Step 32 after completing this step.


Figure 7-28 Tabletop Sections 2 and 4 and Table Leg

Step 29 Attach tabletop sections 3 and 5 to the table leg.

Figure 7-29 Tabletop Sections 3 and 5 and Table Leg

Step 30 Attach tabletop sections 4 and 5 to the table leg.

Figure 7-30 Tabletop Sections 4 and 5 and Table Leg

Step 31 Attach the reinforcement screws for the gutter panels.

Figure 7-31 Gutter Panel Reinforcement Screws

Step 32 Attach the panel end brace to the table leg and left tabletop end and attach the table leg to the tabletop and tabletop end.

Figure 7-32 Panel End Braces, Table Leg, Left Tabletop End and Table Section 5 (Section 7)

Step 33 Attach the panel end brace to the table leg and right tabletop end, then attach the table leg to the tabletop and tabletop end.

Figure 7-33 Panel End Braces, Table Leg, Right Tabletop End and Table Section 5 (Section 2)

Step 34 Attach the privacy panel alignment bracket to the underside of table section 1 (section 5).

Figure 7-34 Section 1 (Section 5) Privacy Panel Alignment Bracket

Step 35 Attach the privacy panel alignment bracket to the underside of table section 2 (section 4).

Figure 7-35 Section 2 (Section 4) Privacy Panel Alignment Bracket

Step 36 Attach the privacy panel alignment bracket to the underside of table section 3 (section 6).

Figure 7-36 Section 3 (Section 6) Privacy Panel Alignment Bracket

Step 37 Attach the privacy panel alignment bracket to the underside of table section 4 (section 3).


Note If you are building a Reduced Configuration table (four tabletops instead of six), continue to Step 40 after completing this step.


Figure 7-37 Section 4 (Section 3) Privacy Panel Alignment Bracket

Step 38 Attach the privacy panel alignment bracket to the underside of left table section 5 (section 7.

Figure 7-38 Left Section 5 (Section 7) Privacy Panel Alignment Bracket

Step 39 Attach the privacy panel alignment bracket to the underside of right table section 5 (section 2).

Figure 7-39 Right Section 5 (Section 2) Privacy Panel Alignment Bracket

Step 40 Attach one microphone to each table segment and attach the microphone extension cords to the microphone cables. There are six microphones for the second row table (if you have a CTS 3210 reduced configuration, there are four microphones for the second row table).


Note Steps for routing the microphone cables are in Chapter 10 "Routing Power and Signal Cables."



Tip Label each microphone cable where it exits from the table. You attach the microphones to the Audio/Video Extension Unit in Chapter 10 "Routing Power and Signal Cables."


Figure 7-40 Microphone Assembly

Step 41 Lift the privacy panel for table section 1 (section 5) into position until it seats on the locating pins on the table assembly; then, use the plastic knob screws to loosely attach the privacy panel from below.


Note Do not fully tighten the screws until you attach all privacy panels. You perform final spacing adjustments after you attach the last panel.


Figure 7-41 Section 1 (Section 5) Privacy Panel

Step 42 Attach the privacy panel for section 2 (section 4) to the table assembly.

Figure 7-42 Section 2 (Section 4) Privacy Panel

Step 43 Attach the privacy panel for section 3 (section 6) to the table assembly.

Figure 7-43 Section 3 (Section 6) Privacy Panel

Step 44 Attach the privacy panel for section 4 (section 3) to the table assembly.


Note If you are building a Reduced Configuration table (four tabletops instead of six), continue to Step 47 after completing this step.


Figure 7-44 Section 4 (Section 3) Privacy Panel

Step 45 Attach the privacy panel for left section 5 to the table assembly.

Figure 7-45 Left Section 5 (Section 2) Privacy Panel

Step 46 Attach the privacy panel for right section 5 to the table assembly.

Figure 7-46 Right Section 5 (Section 7) Privacy Panel

Step 47 Adjust panels until all seams between the panels are even, then fully tighten the knob screws.


Note Start with the seam between sections 1 and 2. The seam between the tabletops should align with the seam between the privacy panels.


Figure 7-47 Adjusting the Privacy Panels

Step 48 Attach the cable cover for the right end privacy panel.


Tip Install the cable cover so that it hides the cables that come out of the right side of the table section.


Figure 7-48 Cable Cover

Step 49 Attach the privacy panel end pieces and the cable cover for the right end privacy panel.

Figure 7-49 Privacy Panel End Pieces

Step 50 Position the second row table so that the trailing edge of the first row table is exactly 59 inches (150 cm) behind the leading edge of the second row table.

Figure 7-50 Second Row Table Positioning