Cisco TelePresence System TX9000 and TX9200 Assembly, First-Time Setup, and Field-Replaceable Unit Guide
Installing the Wall-Mounted Reflector Wall Structure
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Installing the Wall-Mounted Reflector Wall Structure

Installing the Reflector to the Wall

Installing the Wall-Mounted Reflector Wall Structure

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

This chapter describes the tasks you perform to mount a reflector wall directly to the room wall. If you have a free-standing wall, first complete the tasks in the “Installing And Performing Initial Leveling of the Main Display Structure,” then continue to Chapter 6, “Installing the Free-Standing Reflector Wall Structure” to install the reflector wall.


NoteThe electrical outlets in the room must be directly behind the cutouts on the reflector; alternatively, you can cut holes into the wall to accommodate the outlets. For the location and dimensions of the cutouts, see the“Location of Electrical Outlets for Systems that Use a Wall-Mounted Reflector Wall” section in Chapter2, “Room Requirements for the TX9000 and TX9200 Systems”.



NoteAnchors that fasten the brackets to the wall are not provided. You must purchase appropriate fasteners depending on your type of wall (concrete, concrete block, brick, or drywall). A minimum of 27 fasteners are required.

All types of walls require an anchor. If your wall is drywall, it is recommended that the screws go through the stud.



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



Caution Cisco recommends that you wear safety gloves and safety glasses when installing the system.


NoteThe directionsleft and right refer to the assembly as you face the displays.


Installing the Reflector to the Wall


Step 1 Make a note of the outlets that are on the wall on which the reflector will be mounted. See the “Location of Electrical Outlets for Systems that Use a Wall-Mounted Reflector Wall” section for more information.

Step 2 Install the horizontal L brackets by completing the following tasks:

a. Mark the center of the room, or the center of the installation point for the system.

b. Mount the center L bracket 100mm (4 inches) above the floor and centered to center mark you placed in Step a.

c. Install the left and right L brackets to the wall, keeping all L brackets horizontally level in relation to each other.

See Figure 3-2 to see how the L brackets connect.


Tip Use a level or a straight edge to align the top surfaces of the L brackets.


  • Anchors that fasten the brackets to the wall are not provided. You must purchase appropriate fasteners depending on your type of wall (concrete, concrete block, brick, or drywall). A minimum of 27 fasteners are required. All wall types require an anchor.
  • If your wall is drywall, it is recommended that the screws for each L bracket go through at least one stud. Use anchors for the rest of the mounting points. If the screw holes do not line up with the stud, you can drill additional holes in the L bracket to line the screw up with the stud.

 

Key
Part Description
Part Number
Qty
Ctn
Notes
1

Horizontal L bracket, center

700-38159-01
Kit #69-2291-xx

1

43-A

CTS-TX9K-LTRF-PNL-OPT

 

2

Horizontal L bracket, left

700-38160-01
Kit #69-2291-xx

1

43-A

CTS-TX9K-LTRF-PNL-OPT

 

3

Horizontal L bracket, right

700-38161-01
Kit #69-2291-xx

1

43-A

CTS-TX9K-LTRF-PNL-OPT

 

4

Vertical Z bracket, center

700-38163-01
Kit #69-2390-xx

4

43-D

Installed in Step 3

5

Vertical Z bracket, left

700-38164-01
Kit #69-2390-xx

1

43-D

Installed in Step 3

6

Vertical Z bracket, right

700-38165-01
Kit #69-2390-xx

1

43-D

Installed in Step 3

 

Figure 3-1 Attaching the L Brackets (1 of 2): Mounting System Detail

 

Figure 3-2 Attaching the L Brackets (2 of 2): Edge Joining Detail

 

 

Step 3 Attach the vertical Z brackets to the L brackets and attach the Z brackets to the wall. Use the notches in the L brackets as a guide. See Table 3-1 and Figure 3-3 for the measurements.


NoteMake sure that the Z brackets are vertically level before you attach them to the wall.


 

Table 3-1 Measurement Descriptions

Measurement
Distance

Distance between mounting holes in horizontal L bracket

203.2 mm (8 inches)

Distance between floor and bottom hole of vertical Z bracket

165.5 mm (6 1/2 inches)

Distance between floor and middle hole of vertical Z bracket

1105.3 mm (43 1/2 inches)

Distance between floor and top hole of vertical Z bracket

1930.8 mm (76 inches)

Figure 3-3 Attaching the Z Brackets (1 of 2): Distance Measurements for Wall-Mounted Brackets

 

Figure 3-4 Attaching the Z Brackets (2 of 2): Detail of Notches

 

 

Step 4 (Optional) If you require access to outlets on the wall, remove the access panels on the reflector panels to provide access to the electrical outlets on the walls by removing eight screws on the reverse side of the panel.


NoteBe sure to follow all local, regional, and national electrical codes when you perform this step.


 

Figure 3-5 Removing the Access Panels (1 of 3): Cutout Measurements for Room Planning

 

Step 5 (Optional) remove the electrical access panels from the center, center-left and center-right reflector panels.


NoteBe sure to follow all local, regional, and national electrical codes when you perform this step.


 

Key
Part Description
Part/Kit Number
Qty
Ctn
Notes
1

Access panel

N/A

1

 

Part of center reflector panel

2

Screws

N/A

8

 

Part of center reflector panel

Figure 3-6 Removing the Electrical Outlet Access Panels (2 of 3)

 

Figure 3-7 Removing the Electrical Outlet Access Panels (3 of 3)

 

Step 6 Attach the panel alignment tabs to the rear of the panels using the screws that are included in the reflector panel carton.

 

Key
Part Description
Part/Kit Number
Qty
Ctn
Notes
1

Reflector panels

N/A

N/A

N/A

 

2

Panel alignment tabs

700-39916-01
Kit # 69-2291-xx

24

43-A

 

3

Wood screws

See Notes

96

43-A

Included with the wall reflector panel carton

Figure 3-8 Installing the Panel Alignment Tabs to the Rear of the Panels

 

Step 7 Install the panels by completing the following steps:


NoteBe careful not to mar the front of the panels while performing this installation.


a. Raise the panel so that the panel brackets are above the Z brackets.

b. Press the panel against the wall.

c. Lower the panel until it sits in the channels of the Z brackets.

Install the center panel first, then install the left-center and right-center panel.

d. Adjust the panels to create a seamless wall.

 

Key
Part Description
Part/Kit Number
Qty
Ctn
Notes
1

Reflector Panel, center

700-36913-xx
Kit #69-2291

1

43-A

 

2

Reflector Panel, center-left and center-right

700-36911-xx
Kit #69-2291

2

43-A

 

3

Reflector Panel, far left

700-36906-xx
Kit #69-2291

1

43-A

 

4

Reflector Panel, far right

700-36910-xx
Kit #69-2291

1

43-A

 

Figure 3-9 Installing the Wall Reflector Panels

 

Step 8 If the gaps between the panels are uneven, use the shims in the accessory kit to place between the bottom of the panel and the bottom ledge of the Z bracket.

 

Key
Part Description
Part/Kit Number
Qty
Ctn
Notes
1

Shim

700-39916-xx
Kit #69-2291-xx

24

43-A

 

Figure 3-10 Placing Shims to Raise the Reflector Panels

 

Step 9 (Optional) If you created any small dings or nicks in the light reflector panel(s) during installation, use the tube of putty, included in the carton in the light reflector package, to cover the dings or nicks.