Cisco TelePresence System TX9000 and TX9200 Assembly, First-Time Setup, and Field-Replaceable Unit Guide
Completing Installation of the First Row Table
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Completing Installation of the First Row Table

Completing Installation of the First Row Table

Revised: December 3, 2014, OL-27038-01

This chapter describes the procedures you perform to complete the installation of the first row table.

Step 1 Assemble the power/Ethernet channel panels to the outside legs.

 

Key
Part Description
Part Number
Qty
Ctn
Notes
1

Power/Ethernet channel panel cover, outer leg right

700-37178-01
Kit # 800-37847-xx
Subkit # 69-2332-xx

2

2

 

2

Power/Ethernet channel panel cover, outer leg left

700-37179-01
Kit # 800-37848-xx Subkit # 69-2332-xx

2

2

 


Note The panels are shown from the display structure; left and right are reversed.


Figure 11-1 Assembling the Channel Panels to the Outside Legs

 

Step 2 Assemble the table sections by completing the following steps:

a. Lay the table top parts on top of the table structure the correct way up and slightly offset from their final position.

Lay only two table sections on the table at a time.

The images in Figure 11-2 are shown upside-down for clarity.


Caution Never place the table sections upside-down; you could damage the wood finish on the table top.

One person may have to support the parts while the other person joins the table tops using the following steps.

b. Install five wooden biscuits (callout 4) into the slots; then, gently push the table sections together.

c. Position the 2 half-moon table joiners (callout 3) and tighten them to bring the tables together.

d. Attach two joint plates (callout 5) using 12 screws (callout 6).

e. Repeat steps b. through d. for the other table joint.


Caution USE THE CORRECT M8 x 16mm SCREWS FOR THIS STEP. The correct screws do not have shoulder washers. Using incorrect, longer screws can cause leveling problems with the table sections.

 

Key
Part Description
Part Number
Qty
Ctn
Notes
1

Half-moon table joiners

51-6068-01
Kit # 69-2300-xx or 69-2344-xx

4

44

Kit number depends on the type of table finish you ordered (maple is Kit #69-2300-xx, walnut is Kit # 69-2344-xx)

2

Wooden biscuits

700-23909-01
Kit # 69-2298-xx

10

44

 

3

Joint plates

700-23345-01
Kit # 69-2332-xx

1

2

 

4

M8 x 16mm screw

48-2430-01
Kit # 53-3789-01
Subkit # 69-2353-xx

24

6

 

Figure 11-2 Placing and Connecting the Table Sections On Top of the Table Assembly

 


Note The natural woods that are used for the tabletop finishes have a unique color, grain, and texture; as a result, there may be slight variations in grain between the table sections due to the natural formation of the wood. Figure 11-3 through Figure 11-6 show you examples of differing grain and texture between matching tabletop pieces.


Figure 11-3 Example of Matching Tabletop Section (Part 1 of 4)

 

Figure 11-4 Example of Matching Tabletop Section (Part 2 of 4)

 

Figure 11-5 Example of Matching Tabletop Section (Part 3 of 4)

 

Figure 11-6 Example of Matching Tabletop Section (Part 4 of 4)

 

Step 3 Secure the table sections to the table legs by completing the following steps:

a. Slide the fully assembled table top into position.

b. Secure the table top to the legs with 26 screws (callout 2)


Note Start installing the two screws nearest the display structure for the center legs; then, install the same two screws for each of the outer legs. Then, attach and tighten all screws.


c. Secure the upper sections of the cable runner to the table with 16 M4 x 10mm screws (callout 1 in Figure 11-7).


Caution USE THE CORRECT M8 x 16mm SCREWS FOR THIS STEP. The correct screws do not have shoulder washers. Using incorrect, longer screws can cause leveling problems with the table sections.

 

Key
Part Description
Part Number
Qty
Ctn
Notes
1

Cable Runner, upper sections

700-37028 (right), 700-37740 (left)
Kit #69-2332

2

2

 

2

M4 x 10mm screw

48-2594-01
Kit #69-2352-01

16

6

 

3

M8 x 16mm screw

48-2430-01
Kit # 53-3789-xx
Subkit # 69-2353-xx

30

6

 

Figure 11-7 Attaching the Table Sections to the Table Legs

 

Step 4 Attach the microphones and cable runner covers by completing the following steps:

a. Feed the microphone cables through the holes in the table and secure each microphone with two screws (callout 5).

Arrange the microphone so the mute button is towards the user.

b. Connect the microphone extension cables (callout 7) and route the microphone cables as shown, using Velcro strips to secure the cables to the clips in the table legs.

c. Secure each cable runner cover (callouts 2 and 3) in place with eight screws (callout 1).

d. Ensure that the cables are held inside of the structure to prevent them being pinched by cosmetic panels.

Cable routing location is important to prevent the mechanical parts interfering with the cables.

e. Make sure that the center microphone cable routes along the channel in the underside of the wood and into the top of the upper truss. See Figure 11-8 for more information.

 

Key
Part Description
Part Number
Qty
Ctn
Notes
1

M4 x 10mm pan head screw

48-2594-01
Kit #69-2352-01

16

6

 

2

Left side cable runner cover

700-37184-01
Kit # 69-2327-xx

1

7

 

3

Right side cable runner cover

700-37185-01
Kit # 69-2327-xx

1

7

 

4

Microphone assembly

74-10241-01
CTS-TX9K-MIC

3

18, 19, 20

 

5

M4 x 30mm screw

N/A

6

18, 19, 20

Included with the microphone kit

6

Microphone jumper cable

N/A

3

18, 19, 20

Included with the microphone kit

7

Velcro straps

52-0499-xx
Kit # 69-2403-xx
Subkit # 53-3789-xx

70

6

Not shown in Figure 11-8. Use these straps to assist with cable routing.

Figure 11-8 Attaching the Microphones and Microphone Cables

 

Step 5 Attach and route the Ethernet cables for the Cisco TelePresence Touch device and shared presentation cable by completing the following steps:

a. Slide the cables for the presentation display sharing and Touch device through the brackets on the center structure and through the cable exit on the center table. See “Wiring Diagrams for CTS TX9000 and TX9200 Systems” section for the connections.

When you ordred your system, you ordered either an HD video (uses HDMI connector)-to-VGA, HD video (uses HDMI connector)-to-HD video (uses HDMI connector), DisplayPort-to-HD video (uses HDMI connector), or HD video (uses HDMI connector)-to-Mini Displayport cable. Be sure that you choose the correct connector type (VGA, HD video (uses HDMI connector), DisplayPort, or Mini-DisplayPort) for your conference participants. Replacing the presentation cable is difficult after your system is completely installed.

b. Pass the cables separately through one of the openings in the truss (the V-shaped wings that are shown in Figure 11-9)—one on the left truss, and one on the right.

c. After you route the cables through the trusses, route the cables through the cable guide so that the Ethernet cable goes through the cable guide channel nearest the displays and the cable for the presentation display goes through the channel farthest away from the displays.

d. Secure the cable guide (callout 3) into place with three screws (callout 4). Ensure that the CISCO logo faces the conference participants.

e. Make sure that there is enough slack in the cables that exit the table.

  • Allow enough slack in the presentation cable so that it can reach the farthest participant.
  • Allow approximately three feet (1 meter) of slack for the Cisco Touch device.

 

Key
Part Description
Part Number
Qty
Ctn
Notes
1

Presentation cable + audio, 8 meters, VGA-to-VGA
or
Presentation cable + audio, 8 meters, HD video (uses HDMI connector)-to-HD video (uses HDMI connector)
or
Presentation cable + audio, 8 meters, DisplayPort-to-HD video (uses HDMI connector)-to-
or
Presentation cable + audio, 8 meters, Mini DisplayPort-to-HD video (uses HDMI connector)

37-1406-01
CTS-CAB-VGA-A

CAB-HDMIHDMI-A
37-1484-01

1

46

Choose either the presentation cable with the VGA connectors or the cable with the HDMI connector), you cannot connect both.

2

6 meter (20 foot) Ethernet cable (for Cisco Touch)

69-2346-01

1

13

 

3

Cable Guide

700-37274-01
Kit # 69-2333-xx

1

10

 

4

M4 flat head screw

48-1943-01
Kit # 69-2355-01

3

6

 

Figure 11-9 Installing the Presentation Display and Touch Device Cables

 

Step 6 Add the cable management ball to the end of the presentation sharing audio and video cables.

This ball keeps the presentation cable from sliding into the cable exit and disappearing into the table.

 

Key
Part Description
Part Number
Qty
Ctn
Notes
1

Cable management ball

700-37866-01
Kit #69-2350-xx

1

17

 

Figure 11-10 Attaching the Cable Management Ball

 

Step 7 Route the presentation cable and assemble the inner cable bridge cap to the table assembly by completing the following steps:

a. Route the presentation cable into the inner part of the cable bridge (the plastic funnel-shaped assembly in the table).

b. Assemble the inner cable bridge cap (callout 1) to the cable bridge with four screws and nuts, making sure that the presentation cable routes between the cable bridge and the cable bridge cap.

c. Pull the presentation cable out of the hole in the table until there is eight feet (2.5 meter) of slack.

 

Key
Part Description
Part Number
Qty
Ctn
Notes
1

Presentation Cable

N/A

1

 

Already installed

2

Inner cable bridge cap

700-37739-01
Kit # 69-2332-01

1

2

 

3

M4 x 10mm screw

48-2594-01
Kit # 69-2352-01

4

6

 

4

M4 nut

49-0746-01
Kit # 69-2362-01

4

6

 

Figure 11-11 Installing the Inner Cable Bridge Cap (1 of 2)—Cable Bridge Cap and Presentation Cable

 

Step 8 Route the Cisco Touch cable and complete the assembly of the cable bridge by performing the following tasks:

a. Pull the cable for the Touch device out until there is eight feet (2.5 meter) of slack.

b. Place the Touch device cable between the inner cable bridge cap you assembled in Step 7 and the cable bridge.

c. Rotate the cable bridge into position and secure the bridge to the table assembly using two screws (callout 4).


Note Make sure that the presentation cable and the Touch cable are in separate routing paths.


 

Key
Part Description
Part Number
Qty
Ctn
Notes
1

Cisco Touch cable (5 meter Ethernet cable)

 

1

 

Already installed

2

Inner cable bridge cap

700-37739-01
Kit # 69-2332-xx

1

2

 

3

Cable bridge

700-27738-01
Kit #69-2332-xx

1

2

 

4

M4 x 10mm screw

48-2594-01
Kit #69-2352-01

2

6

 

Figure 11-12 Installing the Cable Bridge Cap (2 of 2)—Cable Bridge Cap and Cisco Touch Cable

 

Step 9 Attach the upper and lower inner privacy panels by completing the following steps:

a. Set the lower privacy panel into place and attach it to the table assembly.

b. Attach the upper privacy panel.

This panel attaches to the table assembly with magnets.

Step 10 Attach the right and left table leg panels (callouts 3 and 4) by pressing in the ball studs.

 

Key
Part Description
Part Number
Qty
Ctn
Notes
1

Center lower privacy panel (inner)

700-37273-01
Kit # 69-2333-xx

1

10

 

2

Center upper privacy panel (inner)

700-37176-01
Kit # 69-2327-xx

1

7

 

3

Right table leg panel

700-37180-01
Kit # 69-2332-xx

2

N/A

Preattached to the table leg

4

Left table leg Panel

700-37181-01
Kit #69-2332-xx

2

N/A

Preattached to the table leg

Figure 11-13 Attaching the Center Upper and Lower Privacy Panels (Inner)

 

Step 11 Clip the microphone cable cover into place on the underside of the center table.

This clip prevents the microphone cable from dangling from its channel and creates a clean appearance to the underside of the table.

 

Key
Part Description
Part Number
Qty
Ctn
Notes
1

Microphone cable cover

700-37744-01
Kit #69-2338-01

1

2

 

Figure 11-14 Installing the Microphone Cable Cover

 

Step 12 Remove the protective plastic film from the table legs.