Cisco TelePresence System 500-37 Assembly, Use & Care, and Field-Replaceable Unit Guide
Assembling a Wall-Mounted CTS-500-37
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Assembling a Wall-Mounted CTS-500-37

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Assembling a Wall-Mounted CTS-500-37

Assembling a Wall-Mounted CTS-500-37

Installing the External Presentation Cable Holder


Assembling a Wall-Mounted CTS-500-37


Revised: February 4, 2010, OL-14522-01

This chapter provides you with the information you need to assemble a wall-mounted CTS-500-37 and includes the following sections:

Assembling a Wall-Mounted CTS-500-37

Installing the External Presentation Cable Holder


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



Warning Installation of the equipment must comply with local and national electrical codes.



Note The directions left and right refer to the assembly when you face the display.


Assembling a Wall-Mounted CTS-500-37

To assemble a wall-mounted CTS-500-37, complete the following procedure.

See Table 3-1 for the list of parts that are required for this assembly procedure. The parts are keyed to numbers; use these numbers to refer to the parts in the illustrations.

Table 3-1 Parts List for Wall-Mounted CTS-500-37 

Key
Part Description
Part Number
Qty
Notes
CTS-500-37 Wall Stand, Display Screen and Cabling
1

Wall Stand Assembly Kit

CTS500-STRUC-WALL

1

Carton 2

2

Display Screen Assembly including speaker assembly, camera assembly and light fixture

CTS-500-DISP37-INT

1

Carton 3

3

Cable bundle

From CTS500-ACC-KIT

1

Carton 1

4

Light Reflector Panel

CTS500-LIGHT-REFL

1

Carton 5

5

Light Fixture

CTS500-LIGHT-FIXT

1

Part of display assembly

CTS-500-37 Codec, Codec Base and Codec Cover
1

CTS-500-37 codec

800-31701-01

1

Carton 4

2

Handle/Mounting bracket

700-23917-01

2

Carton 4

3

Rear cover

700-27340-01

1

Carton 4a or 4b

4

Mounting base

700-27245-01

1

Carton 4a or 4b

5

Left end cap

700-27642-01

1

Carton 4a or 4b

6

Top Cover

700-27343-01

1

Carton 4a or 4b

7

Right end cap

700-27344-01

1

Carton 4a or 4b

8

M4 x 6mm flat head screws

48-0448-01

4

Carton 4a or 4b

9

M5 x 12mm hex head screws

48-1936-01

4

Carton 4a or 4b

10

M4 x 10mm pan head screws

48-1948-01

4

Carton 4a or 4b

11

Display Screen Assembly including speaker assembly, camera assembly and light fixture

CTS-500-DISP37-INT

1

Carton 3

12

Cable bundle

From CTS500-ACC-KIT

1

Carton 1

13

DVI-to-VGA cable

37-0848-02

1

Carton 1

14

3M Ethernet cable, black

37-0887-02

1

For Cisco Unified IP Phone or network connection

15

8M Ethernet cable

37-1025-01

1

For Cisco Unified IP Phone or network connection

Wall-Mounted Cable Cover
1

Screw anchor

51-4424-01
Kit # 69-2004-01

3

 
2

#8 x 1 1/2-inch screw

48-2450-01
Kit # 69-2004-01

3

 
3

Cable cover base

700-27441-01
Kit # 69-2004-01

1

 
4

Cable cover facade

800-31209-01
Kit # 69-2004-01

1

 

Procedure


Step 1 Determine the correct height to install the wall plate (wall mount bracket). Use one of the following calculations:

If the CTS-500-37 will be primarily used by a single user, and that user is available, measure the user's eye level while they are seated. Then refer to Figure 3-1 to calculate the correct wall mount height.


Tip The display is at the correct height when the user's eye level is at approximately 70 percent of the total height of the display screen.


If the user is not available, or if the CTS-500-37 will be used by multiple persons, refer to Figure 3-2 for the generic wall mount height.

Figure 3-1 Wall-Mount Vertical Height Guidelines With the User's Seated Eye Height

Figure 3-2 Generic Wall-Mount Vertical Height Guidelines

Step 2 Attach the wall mount to the wall using the instructions that are provided with the wall mount kit.

Step 3 Locate carton 3 (CTS-500-DISP37-INT). This carton contains the display.

Step 4 Remove the cardboard from the top and sides of the carton 3 packaging, but do not remove the display from the carton.

Step 5 Remove the buttons from the rear of the display.


Note Save the screws; you use the screws when you attach the interface bracket to the display.


Step 6 Attach the interface bracket to the display using the screws that you removed in Step 5 and the spacers that are provided in the wall mount kit. Detailed instructions are provided in the wall mount kit.

Step 7 Attach the mounting cup to the interface bracket using the screws that are provided in the wall mount kit. Detailed instructions are provided in the wall mount kit.

Step 8 Remove the display top rear cover from the display.

Figure 3-3 Removing Display Top Rear Cover

Step 9 Connect the cables to the following connections on the top of the display:

Connect the speaker connections to the spade terminal connections. The cables are labeled red for the right speaker and white for the left.


Note Because you are viewing the display from the rear, left and right are reversed.


Connect the Ethernet cable to the Ethernet connection for the camera.

Connect the DVI cable to the DVI camera connection.

Figure 3-4 Cable Connections for the Display, Top

Step 10 Replace the display top rear cover.


Tip To make cover replacement easier, tie the wires together with a zip tie and make sure that the ferrite cores on the wires are outside of the cover.


Figure 3-5 Replacing the Display Top Rear Cover

Step 11 Connect the cables to the following connections on the underside of the display:

If it is not already connected, connect the HD video cable to the HD video connection for the display.

Connect the power cord to the power inlet. Use the power cord that does not have a 90 degree right angle at the power inlet; the part number is 37-0984-01.


Note Keep the power and signal cables separate; do not connect the power and signal cables together.'


Connect the microphone. The microphone connection is on the lower rear of the display.

(Optional) Connect the Auxiliary HD Video connection to the Digital Media Player (DMP).

Figure 3-6 Cable Connections for the Display, Underside and Lower Rear

Step 12 Remove the CTS-500-37 codec from its packaging.

Step 13 Remove the mounting bracket that is closest to the power inlet and power switch from the codec by unfastening the four screws.


Note This bracket is referred to as the left bracket in the following steps; this side of the codec is the left side during assembly of your CTS-500-37.


Figure 3-7 Removing the Handle/Mounting Bracket (Power Inlet/Left side)

Step 14 Insert the tab of the rear cover in the slot between the right handle/mounting bracket and the codec.

Figure 3-8 Rear Cover and Right Handle/Mounting Bracket

Step 15 Insert the lower part of the right handle/mounting bracket into the mounting base, making sure that the notched part of the base hooks under the handle.


Tip To facilitate installation of the codec to the mounting base, place the codec on its side on a table so that the lower part of the codec hangs over the edge of the table. Do not scratch the table or the codec during installation.


Figure 3-9 Right Handle/Mounting Bracket and Mounting Base

Step 16 Reattach the left handle/mounting bracket to the codec assembly by refastening the four screws.

Figure 3-10 Left Handle/Mounting Bracket and Codec Assembly

Step 17 Connect the cable bundle to the codec as follows:

Connect the Ethernet cable from the display to the white camera Ethernet connection.

Connect the microphone cable to the microphone connection.

Connect the left speaker to the white speaker connection. This connection is also indicated by two dots.

Connect the right speaker cable to the red speaker connection. This connection is also indicated by three dots.

Connect the HD video cable to the HD video display connection.

Step 18 Attach the remaining cables to the codec as follows:

Connect the power cord to the power inlet. Use the power cord that has a 90 degree right angle at the power inlet; the part number is 37-0983-01.


Caution Do not yet connect the cord to an active power source.

Connect an Ethernet cable to the Cisco Unified IP Phone Ethernet connection indicated by a white phone icon on the CTS-500-37 codec. Connect the other side of this connection to the Cisco Unified IP Phone 7975.

Connect a network cable to the network connection on the codec. Connect the other side of this connection to an external network connection.

(Optional) Connect the DVI connector from the DVI-to-VGA cable bundle to the Presentation Source In connection.

(Optional) Connect the DMP Audio or Presentation Audio connection to one of the following input sources:

The audio connection from the DVI-to-VGA cable bundle

The audio connection from the DMP


Note You can configure the DMP audio to play when you are not in a TelePresence call. For more information, see the "Testing the LEDs and Light Fixture and Configuring the Digital Media Player Audio" section on page 5-21.


Figure 3-11 shows the required connections for the CTS-500-37 codec.

Figure 3-11 Cable Connections for the Codec

Step 19 Place the left end cap on the CTS-500-37 codec assembly.


Note The left end cap has an access slot for the power-on switch. The right end cap does not have this slot.


Figure 3-12 Left End Cap

Step 20 Attach the top cover to the CTS-500-37 codec assembly with two screws and route the cables through the hole in the rear center of the cover.


Note The hole for the cables is not visible in Figure 3-13; it faces the rear of the codec.



Tip If your installation does not have enough space behind the codec to route the cables through the hole in the top cover, route the cables through either the left or right end cap.



Note Tighten the screws until they are snug but do not overtighten.


Figure 3-13 Top Cover

Step 21 Attach the end caps to the CTS-500-37 codec assembly and fasten them with the screws.


Note Tighten the screws until they are snug but do not overtighten.


Figure 3-14 Right End Cap

Step 22 Remove the light reflector panel from carton 5 and slide the light reflector panel into the display screen assembly.

Figure 3-16 provides additional detail of the mounting slots and display screen bracket.


Note If you encounter problems when you mount the panel, remove the light fixture by disconnecting the wiring connector on the left side of the assembly and lifting the fixture straight up. See Figure 3-17 for an example of light fixture removal. Replace the light fixture after you mount the light reflector panel.


Figure 3-15 Mounting the Light Reflector Panel to the Display Screen Assembly

Figure 3-16 Mounting the Light Reflector Panel to the Display Screen Assembly—Detail

Figure 3-17 Removing the Light Fixture from the Display Screen Assembly to Ease Reflector Attachment

Step 23 Using the cable cover base as a guide, mark holes on the wall for the cover mounting points. See Figure 3-18 for the location of the mounting points.


Note The cable cover hides the cables between the display and the codec. Mount the cover on the wall so that it is approximately midway between the codec and display. Be sure to center the cover vertically between the codec and display.


Step 24 Using a drill and 1/8-inch drill bit, drill pilot holes for the anchors.

Step 25 Insert the anchors into the pilot holes and screw them in.

Step 26 Place the cable cover base on the wall and secure it to the anchors using the screws.

Figure 3-18 Attaching the Cable Cover Base to the Wall

Step 27 Route the cables into the trough in the cable cover base, then snap the cable cover facade into place.

Figure 3-19 Attaching the Cable Cover Facade to the Base

Step 28 Peel off the protective plastic film from the front of the display.

Step 29 (Optional) attach the cable management holder to its attachment point by completing the steps in the "Installing the External Presentation Cable Holder" section.


Installing the External Presentation Cable Holder

The CTS-500-37 includes a DVI-to-VGA cable that allows you to connect your system to an external presentation source. A cable holder is included with the CTS-500-37 system to assist in the management and routing of this cable. You route the cable from the codec to the location of the presentation source (for example, a laptop computer) and install the cable holder at that location.

See Table 3-2 for the list of parts that are required for this assembly procedure. The parts are keyed to numbers; use these numbers to refer to the parts in the illustrations.

Table 3-2 Parts List for Cable Holder 

CTS-500-37 Cable Holder
1

Cable Holder Front Cover

800-31828-01

1

Carton 9

2

Cable Holder Rear Cover

800-31829-01

1

Carton 9

3

M4 pan head screw

48-0385-01

2

Carton 9


To install the cable holder, complete the following steps:


Step 1 Open carton 9, part number CTS-CABL-HLDR-SYST, and remove the components from their packaging.

Step 2 Determine a suitable location for the cable holder (for example, on the edge of a desk near a laptop computer).

Step 3 Route the cable through the front cover.

Step 4 Attach the rear cover to the location you determined in Step 2.

Step 5 Attach the rear cover to the cable holder assembly.

Step 6 (Optional) Use the Velcro to join the audio jack and the VGA cable together.

Figure 3-20 Assembling and Attaching the Cable Holder