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

Table Of Contents

Building the First Row Table Assembly

Parts List

Where to Go Next


Building the First Row Table Assembly


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

Note You install all first row table sections in this chapter except the table door. You must install the presentation display and speaker screens before installing the table door as shown in Chapter 9 "Assembling and Mounting the Presentation Display, Speakers, Speaker Screens, and Table Door" After unpacking the table sections, keep the table door in a secure place until you are ready to install it.


Parts List

Key
Part Description
Part Number
Qty
Ctn
Notes
1

Tabletop leg

800-33522-01
Kit #69-2046-01

3

22

 
2

Tabletop leg for door (left)

800-33523-01
Kit #69-2046-01

1

22

 
3

Not used

       
4

Tabletop section: right-wing

700-23593-xx

1

21

 
5

Tabletop section: center-right

700-23594-xx

1

21

 
6

Tabletop section: center

700-23595-xx

1

21

 
7

Tabletop section: center-left

700-23596-xx

1

21

 
8

Not used

700-23597-xx

1

21

 
9

Connecting plate

700-27292-xx

12

21

 
10

Wooden biscuits

700-23909-xx

44

21

 
11

Not used

51-4539-xx

2

21

 
12

Not used

 

1

1

 
13

Cam lock rods

51-4579-xx

6

12

 
14

M4 x 12 mm pan head screws

48-2426-01

 

1
Sub-carton 1

 
15

M8 x 16 mm pan head screws, black

48-2430-01

 

1
Sub-carton 1

 
16

Not used

       
17

Cam lock

51-4580-xx

20

12

 
18

"Please close" label

47-21001-xx

1

1
Sub-carton 2

 
19

Table hinge safety strap

700-23825-xx

1

1

Use the screws included with the strap to attach.

20

Diamond-shaped connecting plate

700-23345-01
Kit #69-2032

1

2

 
21-25

Not used

   

1

 
26

Microphone

74-4743-xx

3

1

 
27

M4 x 30 screws

     

Included in microphone kit

28

M4 washers

     

Included in microphone kit



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 table 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.

Step 1 Attach the Right-wing tabletop section to the right tabletop section using the diamond-shaped connecting plate.


Note Each tabletop has clips on the underside of the tabletop. Remove all clips before you install each tabletop.


Figure 6-1 Right-wing tabletop section

Step 2 Attach the right Table segment using the cam lock, cam lock rods, plates, and screws.


Note Use the following guidelines when installing the cam locks and cam lock rods:

Cam Lock rods have two adjustable halves that screw into a center piece. Make sure you screw the two halves of the Cam Lock rod equally into the center piece, so both halves are of equal length when inserted into the Cam Lock in each Table segment.

While a cam lock is being tightened, hold the table edges together to avoid damage to the cam lock or the table segment.

Use an Allen wrench to tighten the cam lock so the two table segments are connected snugly.

While one person is tightening the cam locks from below, it is important for the support person to maintain the alignment of the table segment edges.


Figure 6-2 Right Table segment

Step 3 Attach the right-most Table Leg.

Figure 6-3 Right-most Table Leg

Step 4 Attach the center Table segment using the cam locks, cam lock rods, plates, and screws.

Figure 6-4 Center Table segment

Step 5 Attach the Right-center Table leg.

Figure 6-5 Right-center Table leg

Step 6 Attach the left Table segment.

a. Cam Lock rods have two adjustable halves that screw into a center piece. Make sure you screw the two halves of the Cam Lock rod equally into the center piece, so both halves are of equal length when inserted into the Cam Lock in each Table segment.

b. While a cam lock is being tightened, hold the table edges together to avoid damage to the cam lock or the table segment.

c. Use an Allen wrench to tighten the cam lock so the two table segments are connected snugly.

d. While one person is tightening the cam locks from below, it is important for the support person to maintain the alignment of the table segment edges.

Figure 6-6 Left Table segment

Step 7 Attach the left center Table leg.

Figure 6-7 Left center Table leg

Step 8 Attach the left-most Table leg.


Note The left-most Table leg is different from the other three table legs. It has only one flange on the right side of the leg, to attach to the left Table segment.


Figure 6-8 Left-most Table leg

Step 9 Attach the Microphones to the left, right, and center Table segments.


Note Steps for routing and connecting the microphone extension cables from the audio/video extension unit to the microphones are in Chapter 10 "Routing Power and Signal Cables."


Figure 6-9 Microphone Assembly

Step 10 Level the table and display shelves.


Tip Use a laser level inside of the table. Using this method, you can rotate the level 360 degrees and make sure that all table sections are level in relation to each other.


Figure 6-10 Leveling the Table Sections


Where to Go Next

Continue to Chapter 8 "Assembling the Cisco TelePresence Peripheral Electrical Components," to continue assembly of the Cisco TelePresence System.