Cisco TelePresence Hardware Options and Upgrade Guide
Options for the Cisco TelePresence System 3000, 3010, 3200, and 3210
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Options for the Cisco TelePresence System 3000, 3010, 3200, and 3210

Table Of Contents

Options for the Cisco TelePresence System 3000, 3010, 3200, and 3210

Auxiliary Control Unit

Parts List for Auxiliary Control Unit

Adding an Auxiliary Control Unit

Configuring an Auxiliary Control Unit

Adding a Auxiliary Control Unit with a Cisco TelePresence Presentation Codec

Cisco TelePresence Presentation Codec

Parts List for Presentation Codec

Adding a Cisco TelePresence Presentation Codec—Cisco TelePresence System 3000 and 3200

Adding a Cisco TelePresence Presentation Codec—Cisco TelePresence System 3010 and 3210

Configuring a Cisco TelePresence Presentation Codec

Adding a Cisco TelePresence Presentation Codec with a Auxiliary Control Unit

Optional Switch for Ethernet Connectivity

Parts List for Ethernet Connectivity Switch

Adding the Optional Switch

Video Signal Splitter

Upgrading a CTS 3000 to a CTS 3200

Required Information, Tools, and Equipment

Powering Off the System

Replacing the Primary Codec

Removing and Replacing the Camera Lenses

Adding the Audio/Video Extension Unit

Adding the Auxiliary Control Unit

Building the Second Row Table Assembly

Parts List

Attaching and Routing Cables

Powering On the System


Options for the Cisco TelePresence System 3000, 3010, 3200, and 3210


Revised: January 16, 2013, OL-16441-01

This document provides you with information for the options for the Cisco TelePresence System 3000, 3010, 3200, and 3210 and includes the following sections:

Auxiliary Control Unit, page 6-1

Cisco TelePresence Presentation Codec, page 6-6

Optional Switch for Ethernet Connectivity, page 6-25

Video Signal Splitter, page 6-26

Upgrading a CTS 3000 to a CTS 3200, page 6-27

Auxiliary Control Unit


Note All current Cisco TelePresence systems are shipped with the auxiliary control unit. For installation instructions for a new system, refer to the installation guide for your system.


The auxiliary control unit provides the ability to conserve energy by powering the Cisco TelePresence System lights, projector, and optional peripherals on and off. There is one power inlet, five controlled power outlets, and one power outlet that is not controlled (unswitched). In addition, there are two serial ports, one of which allows you to control the power for the projector, and incoming and outgoing Ethernet connections that allow you to control an additional peripheral item. The auxiliary control unit is controlled by your Cisco TelePresence system administrator and can be configured to:

Turn the Cisco TelePresence system lights on during a Cisco TelePresence call and turn the lights five minutes after the call completes.

This is the default behavior if you configure Power Control in Cisco Unified Communications Manager to be "On with calls only".

Configure the lights to stay on for a period of time after a call completes.

Turn the Cisco TelePresence system lights on according to a configured time schedule.

Leave the Cisco TelePresence system lights on continuously.

Parts List for Auxiliary Control Unit

Key
Part Description
Part Number
Qty
Notes

Audio/Video Expansion Unit, CTS-LIGHT-CTRL, 69-1989-01

1

Auxiliary Control Unit

69-1989-01

1

 
2

Bracket for auxiliary control unit

700-27073-01

2

 
3

Cat6 Ethernet Cable, 3M

37-0887-02

2

 
4

Cat6 Ethernet Cable, 1M

37-0901-01

2

 
5

Serial Cable, 6M

37-0980-01

1

 
6

Cable Tie

51-4641-01

25

 
7

Cable Holder, 1 inch x 1 inch

51-4712-01

25

 
35

M5 x 10mm pan head screws

48-0426-01

5

 

Adding an Auxiliary Control Unit

The following illustrations and steps describe how to attach the auxiliary control unit to your Cisco TelePresence system.


Step 1 Turn off the power to the side PDUs and unplug the power cables for the lighting assembly.

Figure 6-1 PDU Location and Lighting Assembly Cable Routing


Note Your installation might differ from this diagram. There might be one PDU on the left side of the display structure, rather than two; in addition, there might be a PDU in the center rear of the display structure.



Note The terms left and right refer to the system as you face it from the front.


Step 2 Attach the auxiliary control unit to the rear of the display assembly.

Figure 6-2 Auxiliary Control Unit


Note If your installation has a PDU in the center of the display assembly (roughly in the same location as the auxiliary control unit), remove the PDU during this step.


Step 3 Plug the jumper cords for the lights and the projector serial cable into the auxiliary control unit.

Figure 6-3 Cable Routing for Auxiliary Control Unit


Note If you encounter clearance problems when you connect the serial cable to the projector, remove the projector from the table by completing the steps in the "Replacing the Projector" section in the "Field-Replaceable Unit Guide" chapter of the Cisco TelePresence System 3000 Assembly, Use & Care, and Field Replacement Unit Guide.


Configuring an Auxiliary Control Unit

To configure your auxiliary control unit with your Cisco TelePresence system, refer to Cisco TelePresence System Administrator's Guide for your software release.

Adding a Auxiliary Control Unit with a Cisco TelePresence Presentation Codec

To add an auxiliary control unit to a Cisco TelePresence system with a presentation codec, complete the steps in the "Adding an Auxiliary Control Unit" section on page 6-3 and complete the following additional cabling steps:

Connect the Primary Codec Document Camera Ethernet connection (orange Ethernet connection on the primary codec) to one Ethernet port of the auxiliary control unit.

Connect the other Ethernet port of the auxiliary control unit to the Presentation Codec Ethernet port (white/red Ethernet connection on the presentation codec).


Note The Ethernet ports in the auxiliary control unit are interchangeable. Use either of the ports for the connections from the primary codec and the presentation codec.



Cisco TelePresence Presentation Codec

The Cisco TelePresence Presentation Codec (CTS-HFR-COLLAB) provides 30 frames per second capabilities to support full-motion video presentations between Cisco TelePresence endpoints.

This section contains the steps you use to install the Cisco TelePresence Presentation codec and includes the following topics.

Parts List for Presentation Codec, page 6-6

Adding a Cisco TelePresence Presentation Codec—Cisco TelePresence System 3000 and 3200, page 6-7

Adding a Cisco TelePresence Presentation Codec—Cisco TelePresence System 3010 and 3210, page 6-19

Configuring a Cisco TelePresence Presentation Codec, page 6-24

Parts List for Presentation Codec

Key
Part Description
Part Number
Qty
Notes
Presentation Codec, 800-28202-xx
1

Secondary (Presentation) codec

800-28202-xx

1

 
2

Double-wide tray for presentation codec

700-25301-01

1

 
3

Left bracket for presentation codec (CTS 3000 and CTS 32 only)

700-25306-01

1

 
4

Right bracket for presentation codec

700-27374-01

1

 
5

M4x12mm Pan head screws

48-2426-01

10

 
6

M8 washers

49-1165-01

4

 
7-31

Not used

     
32

M4 x 12 screws

53-2907-01

4

 
33

M4 washers

53-2907-01

4

 

Adding a Cisco TelePresence Presentation Codec—Cisco TelePresence System 3000 and 3200

To add the Cisco TelePresence Presentation Codec to your CTS 3000 or CTS 3200, perform the following procedure:


Step 1 Turn the power switches for the two left PDUs and single right PDU to the Off position.


Note If there is an additional PDU that is mounted on the rear of the center display structure, power off that PDU also.



Caution Make sure all system power is turned off before beginning this disassembly.

Figure 6-4 PDU Location


Note Your installation might differ from this diagram. There might be one PDU on the left side of the display structure, rather than two; in addition, there might be a PDU in the center rear of the display structure.



Note The terms left and right refer to the system as you face it from the front.


Step 2 Remove the projector screen.

The projector screen is attached to the Cisco TelePresence assembly by clips that are on the top edge and side of the screen. To remove the screen, gently pull outward on the screen where the clips are located.

Figure 6-5 Projector screen Assembly

Step 3 Remove the three speaker assemblies. If required, disconnect the speaker cables.

Figure 6-6 Removing the Speaker Assemblies

Step 4 Unscrew the four screws that attach the codec safety tray to the frame feet and remove the codec tray.

Figure 6-7 Removing Codec Safety Tray

Step 5 Attach the cable management bar to the presentation codec.

Figure 6-8 Cable Management Bar

Step 6 Attach the attachment brackets to the presentation codec.

Figure 6-9 Presentation Codec and Attachment Brackets

Step 7 Place the double-wide codec tray in between the frame feet and secure it with the screws.

Figure 6-10 Double-Wide Codec Tray

Step 8 Place the presentation codec in the front of the new codec tray and attach it to the front feet of the display stand.

Figure 6-11 Presentation Codec and Display Stand Front Feet

Step 9 Route the signal cables for the presentation codec using one of the following diagrams:

For a standard Cisco TelePresence system installation, use the following wiring diagram for the presentation codec.

Figure 6-12 Cable Routing for Presentation Codec and Auxiliary Control Unit

For a Cisco TelePresence system installation that uses an optional document camera, external display, or HDMI splitter for multiple video displays, use the following wiring diagram for the presentation codec. If you have an Auxiliary Control Unit, substitute the signal cabling between the presentation codec and the primary codec with the alternate cabling for the Auxiliary Control Unit.

For a list of the external displays that Cisco TelePresence supports, refer to the Release Notes for Cisco TelePresence System for your software release.


Note When you use the audio/video extension unit as a video splitter, connect port 1 of the "Video in" connection from the presentation codec, and port 4 of the "Video out" connection to the projector.


Figure 6-13 Cable Routing for Presentation Codec, Auxiliary Control Unit, Document Camera and External Display

If your system uses an external p

Step 10 Route the power cables for the presentation codec.

Figure 6-14 Presentation Codec Cable Routing


Note Your installation might differ from this diagram. There might be one PDU on the left side of the display structure, rather than two; in this case, connect the PDU to either of the PDUs on the left.



Note The terms left and right refer to the system as you face it from the front.


Step 11 Power on the Cisco TelePresence system by turning the power switches to the On position for the two left PDUs, single right PDU, and the PDU on the central display if it is present.


Note Write down the IP address that displays on the bottom right corner of the display screens. This is the address of the primary codec unit.


Step 12 In the browser on the computer, type in the IP address of the primary codec unit.

Step 13 Enter the required information at the login screen. The Cisco TelePresence Administrator window appears.

Step 14 Verify the status of the Cisco Unified Communications Manager (seen in the lower left portion of the window) is Enabled/Up.

Step 15 Select Hardware Setup to verify the cameras, displays, speakers, and microphones are working properly.

Step 16 Navigate to the Device Information > Configuration > CUCM settings window, then perform the following actions:

a. In the Certificate Trust List (CTL) area, delete the Certificate Trust List (CTL) from your system by clicking Delete CTL.

b. In the Use Configuration TFTP Server area, click Automatic to set TFTP conditions to their default value and remove any alternate TFTP servers.


Note If you encounter problems, you might have to reboot your presentation codec several times before it becomes active. To reboot the presentation codec, turn off and on the PDU where you plugged in the presentation codec.



Adding a Cisco TelePresence Presentation Codec—Cisco TelePresence System 3010 and 3210

To add the Cisco TelePresence Presentation Codec to your CTS 3010 or CTS 3210, perform the following procedure.


Step 1 Turn the power switches for the two left PDUs, single right PDU, and auxiliary control unit to the Off position.


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


The auxiliary control unit is located on the rear of the system, in the center, above the center codec.


Caution Make sure all system power is turned off before beginning this disassembly.

Figure 6-15 PDU Location

Step 2 From the rear of the system, remove the primary codec and set it aside.


Note If necessary, disconnect the cables from the primary codec.


Figure 6-16 Removing the Center Codec

Step 3 Insert the presentation codec in the center tray in front of the codec and attach it to the display stand.

Attachment of the codec is exactly the same as the primary codec.


Note Insert the codec so that the logo faces the front of the system (facing the users, not the wall).


Step 4 Connect the power cable for the presentation codec to one of the PDUs on the left side of the system.

Step 5 Cable the presentation codec using the diagram in Figure 6-17 or Figure 6-18.

Figure 6-17 Cable Routing for Cisco TelePresence Presentation Codec

For a Cisco TelePresence system installation that uses an optional document camera, external display, or HDMI splitter for multiple video displays, use the following wiring diagram for the presentation codec. If you have an Auxiliary Control Unit, substitute the signal cabling between the presentation codec and the primary codec with the alternate cabling for the Auxiliary Control Unit.

Figure 6-18 Figure 8-12 Cabling Diagram: Cisco TelePresence system Installations with an External Display and Document Camera


Note When you use the audio/video extension unit as a video splitter, connect port 1 of the "Video in" connection from the presentation codec, and port 4 of the "Video out" connection to the projector.


Step 6 Replace the primary codec and reattach it to the display stand.

Step 7 If you removed the cables from the primary codec, recable the codec using the diagram in Figure 6-17 or Figure 6-18.

Step 8 Continue to the "Configuring a Cisco TelePresence Presentation Codec" section on page 6-24 to configure your system in Cisco Unified Communications Manager for use with a presentation codec.


Configuring a Cisco TelePresence Presentation Codec

To configure the presentation codec with the Cisco TelePresence system, complete the following steps.


Step 1 Log in to the Cisco Unified Communications Manager web GUI.

Step 2 Navigate to Device > Phone.

Step 3 Find the Cisco Unified IP Phone that controls your Cisco TelePresence system by clicking Find.

Step 4 Click the hypertext link next to the phone that controls your Cisco TelePresence System to select it.

Step 5 In the Optional Hardware area, click the Presentation Codec check box.

Figure 6-19 Presentation Codec Check Box


Note The options that display in this area might differ from what you see in your system.


Step 6 Click Save, then, click Apply Config to apply the configuration to your system.


Adding a Cisco TelePresence Presentation Codec with a Auxiliary Control Unit

If your system includes a auxiliary control unit to a Cisco TelePresence system, add a presentation codec by following the steps in the "Adding a Cisco TelePresence Presentation Codec—Cisco TelePresence System 3000 and 3200" section on page 6-7 and perform the following additional cabling steps:

Connect the Primary Codec Document Camera Ethernet connection (orange Ethernet connection on the primary codec) to one Ethernet port of the auxiliary control unit.

Connect the other Ethernet port of the auxiliary control unit to the Presentation Codec Ethernet port (white/red Ethernet connection on the presentation codec).

Connect a serial cable between the serial port of the projector and the Serial 1 port of the auxiliary control unit.

See Figure 6-13 for more information.

Optional Switch for Ethernet Connectivity

The optional 18 port switch allows all second participants to have Ethernet connectivity via the table leg Ethernet connections.

Parts List for Ethernet Connectivity Switch

Key
Part Description
Part Number
Qty
Notes
1

Switch bracket, rear (right)

700-23344-xx

1

Carton 12

2

Switch bracket, front (left)

700-23338-xx

1

Carton 12

3

M4 x 12 mm screws

48-1045-xx

8

Carton 1

4

Switch for Ethernet connectivity

WS-C2960-8TC-S

1

 

Adding the Optional Switch

To add the optional switch, perform the following procedure:


Step 1 Install the switch and switch bracket on the right accessory cabinet.

Figure 6-20 Switch and Switch Bracket

Step 2 Route the cables for the switch. You use six ports for the first row of tables, and 12 ports for the second row of tables.

Video Signal Splitter

The following video signal splitters have been tested for use with Cisco TelePresence systems:


Note Using External Devices with Your Cisco TelePresence System—Cisco cannot guarantee the performance of any external device, so Cisco recommends that you choose good quality external devices to optimize performance of the Cisco TelePresence system.

The Cisco TelePresence System works best when you attach suitable devices using good quality cables and connectors. Cisco does not supply the cable that connects auxiliary devices to the codec.



Caution In European Union countries, use only devices that are fully compliant with the EMC Directive [2004/108/EC].

GEFEN EXT-HDMI-144 or EXT-HDMI-144-BLK

This model has an internal DIP switch with 7 switches. To access it you must remove 3 small screws on the bottom of the unit and 3 on each side (total of 9 screws). You must also unscrew the HDMI locking nuts (5 total) and the lock nut on the 5v DC power input jack. Top/Back should slide off, DIP switch is opposite the HDMI input jack.

You must set the DIP switch to Mode 7 according to the manual. Switches 1, 2, and 5 must be set to the ON position.

Connect the video (projector) input to the connector labeled HDMI 1. Connect any auxiliary displays to subsequent outputs.

The manual for this product is located at http://www.gefen.com/pdf/EXT-HDMI-144.pdf

GEFEN EXT-HDMI1.3-144

This model has two buttons on the back labeled Reset and EDID. Pressing EDID switches the LED light on the front between Int and Ext.

Set the EDID to Ext and connect the projector to the connector labeled HDMI 1. Connect any auxiliary displays to subsequent outputs.

The manual for this product is located at http://www.gefen.com/pdf/EXT-HDMI1.3-144.pdf

GEFEN GTV-HDMI1.3-144

This model, is similar to the EXT-HDMI1.3-144 and has two buttons on the back labeled Reset and EDID.

Set the EDID to TV connect the projector to output port 1.

The manual for this product is located at http://www.gefen.com/pdf/GTV-HDMI1.3-144.pdf

Upgrading a CTS 3000 to a CTS 3200

The following are the summary steps that you perform to upgrade a CTS 3000 system to a CTS 3200 system. Detailed information about the steps you perform are referenced in these steps.


Note For room and other minimum installation requirements, refer to the Cisco TelePresence System 3200 Data Sheet. For more information about installing a CTS 3200, refer to the Cisco TelePresence System 3200 Assembly, Use & Care, and Field Replacement Unit Guide.



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


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 table tops, 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 Power down the system. See the "Powering Off the System" section on page 6-29 for more information.


Caution Make sure all system power is turned off before beginning the upgrade procedure.

Step 2 Replace the existing primary with the new primary codec. See the "Replacing the Primary Codec" section on page 6-30 for more information.

Step 3 Replace the lenses in the camera cluster with the lenses for the CTS 3200. See the "Removing and Replacing the Camera Lenses" section on page 6-33 for more information.

Step 4 Add the audio/video extension unit to the rear of the display assembly. See the "Adding the Audio/Video Extension Unit" section on page 6-35 for more information.

Step 5 Add the auxiliary control unit to the rear of the display assembly. See the "Adding the Auxiliary Control Unit" section on page 6-37 for more information.

Step 6 Add the second row table, microphones, I/O modules, and power and signal cables. See the "Building the Second Row Table Assembly" section on page 6-39 for more information.

Step 7 Route the cables for the second row table and attach and route the cables for the audio/video extension unit and auxiliary control unit. See "Attaching and Routing Cables" section on page 6-88 for more information.


Note If you require additional information, refer to the "Routing Power and Signal Cables" chapter of the Cisco TelePresence System 3200 Assembly, Use & Care, and Field Replacement Unit Guide.


Step 8 Configure Cisco Unified Communications Manager and power on the system. See the "Powering On the System" section on page 6-96 for more information.

Step 9 Perform the first-time setup steps and realign the cameras using the instructions in the Cisco TelePresence System Administrator's Guide.

Required Information, Tools, and Equipment

To perform the upgrade from the CTS 3000 to a CTS 3200, you need the following information, tools, and equipment:

Cisco TelePresence System Release 1.4 Administrator's Guide, OL-13676-03

Release Notes for Cisco TelePresence System, Release 1.4, OL-12074-05

Power screwdriver with 2.5, 3, and 6 mm (standard or round) Allen bits, or standard 2.5, 3, and 6 mm Allen wrenches

Manual screwdrivers, Phillips and flat head types

Metric wrenches, 10 to 15 mm

Masking tape

Laptop computer attached to network

Powering Off the System

To power off the system, complete the following steps.


Step 1 Get the IP address for the primary codec by completing the following steps:

a. On the IP phone, locate Manual at the bottom of the screen and press the Manual soft key.


Note If you cannot locate the Manual button, proceed to Step b.


b. Locate Info at the bottom of the screen and press the Info soft key.

c. Scroll down to the IP Address listing and copy the address.

Step 2 Open a browser on a computer that is connected to the network.

Step 3 In the URL field, type the IP address for the primary codec and press Enter. The browser launches the Cisco TelePresence System Administrator.

Step 4 Log in to the system by entering the following information:

a. In the Admin field, type admin.

b. In the Password field, type cisco.


Note If your administrator has changed the user name or password, enter those values.


Step 5 Click Login.

Step 6 Locate the Phone pane in the upper left-hand corner of the administrator page and select Troubleshooting > System Reset. The Restart Cisco TelePresence System button appears at the top of the window.

Step 7 Click the Restart Cisco TelePresence System button to start the reset.

Six check boxes display on the lower right corner of the center display screen.

Step 8 After the first box changes to a check mark, turn the power switches for the following units to the Off position:

The two left PDUs on the left accessory cabinet

The single right PDU on the right accessory cabinet

If present, the PDU on the center display structure

Replacing the Primary Codec


Note Note the microphone outlets on the current primary codec. If there are three microphone outlets, replace the primary codec by completing the steps in this procedure. If there is one microphone outlet, bypass this section and continue to the "Removing and Replacing the Camera Lenses" section on page 6-33.


To replace the existing primary codec with the new primary codec, complete the following steps:


Step 1 Remove all cable ties holding the cables to the cable management bar. Take note of the organization of the cables.

Step 2 Remove the cables from the codec. Label each cable with masking tape for identification as it is removed.

Step 3 Remove and retain the screws that attach the codec's L-brackets to the Display structure Front feet.

Step 4 Remove the codec from the Display structure.

Step 5 Remove the L brackets from the codec.

Step 6 Remove the cable management bar from the codec. Retain the bar and the screws.

Step 7 Make a note of the MAC address of the new primary codec. The MAC address should be printed on a sticker on the codec. You configure Cisco Unified Communications Manager to use the new MAC address in the "Powering On the System" section on page 6-96.

Step 8 Attach the cable management bar to the new primary codec.

Figure 6-21 Cable Management Bar

Step 9 Attach the brackets to the new primary codec.

Step 10 Insert the new codec into the display stand from the rear of the display assembly and secure it with the screws.

Step 11 Re-attach the cables for the primary codec.


Note You connect the cables to the new primary codec the same as the existing primary codec with the exception of the left and right microphone cables. You attach those cables to the audio/video extension unit in the "Attaching and Routing Cables" section on page 6-88.



Removing and Replacing the Camera Lenses


Caution Take care not to scratch or mar the display screen during the replacement procedure.


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



Caution Make sure all system power is turned off before beginning this disassembly.


Step 1 Remove the top camera hood by removing the screws that secure it to the bracket.

Step 2 Remove the lens hood by removing the two screws on the bottom of the hood.

Step 3 Carefully unscrew the lenses from the camera assembly.

Figure 6-22 Removing Lenses from The Camera Assembly

Step 4 Attach the new lenses to the camera assembly. Tighten until the lenses are seated and finger-tight but do not overtighten.

Step 5 Re-attach the camera hood and lens hood.


Adding the Audio/Video Extension Unit

To add the audio/video extension unit for the Cisco TelePresence 3000, you need the following tools and equipment:

Large Phillips head screwdriver

Remove and replace the audio/video extension unit by completing the following steps.


Step 1 Remove the audio/video extension unit from its packaging.

Step 2 Attach the audio/video extension unit.to its bracket.

Figure 6-23 Audio Extension Unit and Bracket

Step 3 Attach the audio/video extension unit to the display assembly.

Figure 6-24 Audio Extension Unit and Display Assembly

Step 4 Attach the new extension unit to the display structure with the screws that are provided in the package.


Adding the Auxiliary Control Unit


Note If your system already has an auxiliary control unit, bypass this procedure.


To add the auxiliary control unit Cisco TelePresence 3000, you need the following tools and equipment:

Large Phillips head screwdriver

Masking tape

Remove and replace the audio/video extension unit by performing the following procedure:


Step 1 Remove the auxiliary control unit from its packaging.

Step 2 Attach the auxiliary control unit to its bracket using the supplied 5 mm screws.

Step 3 Attach the auxiliary control unit to the rear of the display assembly with the screws that are provided in the package.

Figure 6-25 Auxiliary Control Unit


Building the Second Row Table Assembly

To build the second row table assembly, complete the following procedure. Use the provided parts list as a guide for the illustrations in this section.

Parts List

For the latest version of the parts list, refer to the "Parts List" section in the "Building the Second Row Table Assembly" chapter of the Cisco TelePresence System 3200 Assembly, Use & Care, and Field Replacement Unit Guide.


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

Figure 6-26 Metal packaging braces and their Molded foam bumpers

Step 2 Assemble the seven Molded foam bumpers and the seven Table leg bases.

Figure 6-27 Four Molded foam bumpers and the four Table leg bases

Step 3 Attach the first set of support brackets for the gutter and privacy panel to the table legs.

Figure 6-28 Gutter and Privacy Panel Support Brackets, Type 1


Note Note the table layout. Each section is numbered as shown in Figure 6-28. Each cable gutter and privacy panel is different. The numbering for the cable gutters and privacy panels correspond to the numbering for the table top.



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


Step 4 Attach the second set of five support brackets to the table legs.

Figure 6-29 Gutter and Privacy Panel Support Brackets, Type 2


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


Step 5 While one or more assistants keep the table legs steady, attach the Section 1 gutter panel to the Section 1 table legs.

Figure 6-30 Section 1 Gutter Panel

Step 6 Attach the Section 2 gutter panel to the Section 2 table legs.

Figure 6-31 Section 2 Gutter Panel

Step 7 Attach the Section 3 gutter panel to the Section 3 table legs.

Figure 6-32 Section 3 Gutter Panel

Step 8 Attach the Section 4 gutter panel to the Section 4 table legs.

Figure 6-33 Section 4 Gutter Panel

Step 9 Attach the left Section 5 gutter panels to the remaining table legs.

Figure 6-34 Section 5 (Left) Gutter Panels

Step 10 Attach the right Section 5 gutter panels to the remaining table legs.

Figure 6-35 Section 5 (Right) Gutter Panels

Step 11 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 6-37).

Figure 6-36 Foam Bumper Assembly


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


Step 12 Assemble the I/O modules for the inner molded foam bumpers.

Figure 6-37 Foam Bumper Assembly


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 5 and 3

Use the 10M cables, 37-0901-01, for the I/O modules between sections 3 and 1, 1 and 2, 2 and 4, and 4 and 5



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


Step 13 Insert the second row PDUs in the lower cable gutters.

Figure 6-38 PDU Cable Routing

Step 14 Attach the first set of floating brackets to the table assembly.

Figure 6-39 Floating Brackets, Type 1


Note Before you attach the floating brackets, route the Ethernet and power cables through the right side of the second row table assembly. See Figure 6-74 for more information.



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


Step 15 Attach the second set of floating brackets to the table assembly.

Figure 6-40 Floating Brackets, Type 2


Note Before you attach the floating brackets, route the power cables. See Figure 6-75 for more information



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


Step 16 Attach the privacy panel hangers to the table assembly.

Figure 6-41 Privacy Panel Hanger Brackets

Step 17 Place the section 1 and section 2 tabletops on the table assembly, insert the plastic spline in the slot of table section 1, and join the tables together, then insert and tighten the draw bolts evenly on each side until the tabletop sections are joined together.

Figure 6-42 Tabletop Sections 1 and 2, Spline And Draw Bolts


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


Step 18 Place the Section 3 tabletop on the table assembly, insert the spline in the slot between the two tabletops, and use the draw bolts to join table tops 1 and 3 together.

Figure 6-43 Tabletop Section 3

Step 19 Join table section 4 to table section 2 using the draw bolts and spline.

Figure 6-44 Tabletop Section 4

Step 20 Place the left tabletop section 5 on the table assembly and join it to the section 3 tabletop using the draw bolts and spline.

Figure 6-45 Tabletop Section 5 (Left)

Step 21 Place the right tabletop section 5 on the table assembly and join it to the section 4 tabletop.

Figure 6-46 Tabletop Section 5 (Right)

Step 22 Attach the left tabletop end to tabletop section 5 using the using the draw bolts, spline and alignment plate.

Figure 6-47 Left Tabletop End, Draw Bolts, Spline and Alignment Plate

Step 23 Attach the Right tabletop end.

Figure 6-48 Right Tabletop End

Step 24 Attach tabletop sections 1 and 2 to the table leg.

Figure 6-49 Tabletop Sections 1 and 2 and Table Leg

Step 25 Attach tabletop sections 1 and 3 to the table leg.

Figure 6-50 Tabletop Sections 1 and 3 and Table Leg

Step 26 Attach tabletop sections 2 and 4 to the table leg.

Figure 6-51 Tabletop Sections 2 and 4 and Table Leg

Step 27 Attach tabletop sections 3 and 5 to the table leg.

Figure 6-52 Tabletop Sections 3 and 5 and Table Leg

Step 28 Attach tabletop sections 4 and 5 to the table leg.

Figure 6-53 Tabletop Sections 4 and 5 and Table Leg

Step 29 Attach the reinforcement screws for the gutter panels.

Figure 6-54 Gutter Panel Reinforcement Screws

Step 30 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 6-55 Tabletop End Braces, Table Leg, Left Tabletop End and Table Section 5

Step 31 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 6-56 Panel End Braces, Table Leg, Right Tabletop End and Table Section 5

Step 32 Attach the privacy panel support bracket to the underside of table section 1.

Figure 6-57 Section 1 Privacy Panel Support Bracket

Step 33 Attach the privacy panel support bracket to the underside of table section 2.

Figure 6-58 Section 2 Privacy Panel Support Bracket

Step 34 Attach the privacy panel support bracket to the underside of table section 3.

Figure 6-59 Section 3 Privacy Panel Support Bracket

Step 35 Attach the privacy panel support bracket to the underside of table section 4.

Figure 6-60 Section 4 Privacy Panel Support Bracket

Step 36 Attach the privacy panel support bracket to the underside of left table section 5.

Figure 6-61 Left Section 5 Privacy Panel Support Bracket

Step 37 Attach the privacy panel support bracket to the underside of right table section 5.

Figure 6-62 Right Section 5 Privacy Panel Support Bracket

Step 38 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.

Figure 6-63 Microphone Assembly


Tip Label each microphone cable where it exits from the table. You attach the microphones to the Audio/Video Expansion Unit later in this procedure.


Step 39 Lift the privacy panel for table section 1 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.

Figure 6-64 Section 1 Privacy Panel


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


Step 40 Attach the privacy panel for section 2 to the table assembly.

Figure 6-65 Section 2 Privacy Panel


Note Align the panels so that the seam between privacy panels 1 and 2 is aligned with the table top seam for table tops 1 and 2.


Step 41 Attach the privacy panel for section 3 to the table assembly.

Figure 6-66 Section 3 Privacy Panel

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

Figure 6-67 Section 4 Privacy Panel

Step 43 Attach the privacy panel for left section 5 to the table assembly.

Figure 6-68 Left Section 5 Privacy Panel

Step 44 Attach the privacy panel for right section 5 to the table assembly.

Figure 6-69 Section 5 Privacy Panel

Step 45 Adjust panels until all seams between the panels are even, then fully tighten the knob screws.

Figure 6-70 Adjusting the Privacy Panels


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


Step 46 Attach the cable cover for the right end privacy panel.

Figure 6-71 Privacy Panel End Pieces


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


Step 47 Attach the privacy panel end pieces and the cable cover for the right end privacy panel.

Figure 6-72 Privacy Panel End Pieces

Step 48 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.


Attaching and Routing Cables

To attach and route cables for the CTS 3200 upgrade, complete the following steps.


Step 1 Route the second row microphone cables.

Figure 6-73 Microphone Cable Routing

Step 2 If your installation uses wired Ethernet for the second row participants, attach the Ethernet cables to the modules in the foam bumpers and route the Ethernet cables.

Figure 6-74 Ethernet Cable Routing


Note The Table Leg Signal cables are routed behind the Display structure, along with the other signal cables, but do not plug into any Codec.


Step 3 Route the power cables for the second row table.

Figure 6-75 Second Row Table Power Cable Routing

Step 4 Route the cables for the Cisco Unified IP phone and VGA peripheral.

Figure 6-76 Microphone, IP Phone and VGA Peripheral Cable Routing


Note The VGA Peripheral cable is the free-hanging cable resting in the VGA module attached to the center Table segment.



Tip Before plugging cables into the Codec, label each one. For example, First Row Left Table Microphone, Second Row Center Table Microphone.


Step 5 Attach the microphone cables, noting that the center microphone on the first row (microphone 1) routes directly into the primary codec.

Figure 6-77 Cabling the Microphones


Note Figure 6-77 displays the rear view of the Cisco TelePresence System. Left and right are reversed.



Tip Before plugging cables into the Codec, label each one. For example, Left Speaker, Center Speaker.


Step 6 Attach and route the power cables for the lighting assembly. Connect the auxiliary control unit.

Figure 6-78 Cabling the Lighting Assembly and Projector Power Cables


Note Figure 6-78 displays the rear view of the Cisco TelePresence System. Left and right are reversed.



Tip Before plugging the Light fixture power cables into the unit, label each one. For example, 5' Left light, 4' Right light.


Step 7 Attach and route the power-over-Ethernet and HDMI cables for the camera.

Figure 6-79 Cabling the Camera Assembly


Note The camera cluster can experience radio frequency interference issues if the camera Ethernet and HD video cables are routed, bundled, or tied together. Cisco recommends that you route the Ethernet and HD video cables separately and use cable ties to tie them to opposite sides of the frame. In addition, attach the ferrite core and use tie wraps to secure them as shown in Figure 6-79.



Note Figure 6-79 displays the rear view of the Cisco TelePresence System. Left and right are reversed.



Tip Before you plug cables into a codec, label each cable.


Step 8 Connect the power cables for the codecs.

Figure 6-80 Cabling the Codecs

Powering On the System

To power on the system, complete the following steps.


Step 1 Reconfigure the codec for the new MAC address in Cisco Unified Communications Manger by performing the following actions:

a. Open a browser on a computer connected to the network.

b. Access the Cisco Unified Communications Manager interface.

c. Find the current phone profile for the system, making a note of the settings.

d. Delete the current phone profile.

e. Create a new profile, making the following changes:

Use the phone type of Cisco TelePresence 3200.

If you replaced the primary codec, use the MAC address of the new codec in the phone profile.

For more information, refer to the "Adding a Cisco TelePresence Device to the Unified CM Server" section of the Cisco Unified Communications Manager Configuration Guide for the Cisco TelePresence System.

Step 2 Power on the system by turning the power switches to the On position on the two left PDUs, single right PDU, and auxiliary control unit.

Six check boxes display on the lower right corner of the center display screen.

Step 3 Wait while the system checks each check box and clears the screen.

The system IP address displays on the lower right corner of the center display screen.

Step 4 Write down the IP address. This is the address of the primary codec.

Step 5 In the computer browser, type in the IP address of the primary codec unit.

Step 6 Enter the required information at the login screen. The Cisco TelePresence Administrator window appears.

Step 7 Verify the status of the Cisco Unified Communications Manager (seen in the lower left portion of the window) is Enabled/Up.

Step 8 Select Hardware Setup to verify the cameras, displays, speakers, and microphones are working properly.

Step 9 Navigate to the Device Information > Configuration > CUCM settings window, then perform the following actions:

a. In the Certificate Trust List (CTL) area, delete the CTL from your system by clicking Delete CTL.

b. In the Use Configuration TFTP Server area, click Automatic to set TFTP conditions to their default value and remove any alternate TFTP servers.