Cisco TelePresence System TX9000 and TX9200 Assembly, First-Time Setup, and Field-Replaceable Unit Guide
Preface
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Table of Contents

Preface

Introduction

Obtaining Documentation, Obtaining Support, and Security Guidelines

Organization of This Manual

Explanation of Warning, Caution, Note, and Tip Icons Used in This Manual

Conventions and Terminology

Related Documentation

Preface

Revised: August 5, 2014, OL-27038-01

Introduction

The Cisco TelePresence System TX9000 and TX9200 Assembly, Use & Care, and Field-Replaceable Unit Guide outlines the steps and best practices for assembling and installing the Cisco TelePresence System TX9000 and TX9200.

This guide is intended primarily for installers of the Cisco TelePresence System TX9000. Site planners, network administrators, and facility maintenance personnel may also find this document useful.

This preface provides the following information for using this guide and for accessing other resources.

Obtaining Documentation, Obtaining Support, and Security Guidelines

For information on obtaining documentation, submitting a service request, and gathering additional information, see the monthly What’s New in Cisco Product Documentation , which also lists all new and revised Cisco technical documentation, at:

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/general/whatsnew/whatsnew.html

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Organization of This Manual

The chapters in this manual are ordered in the same order that you install the system. Follow the chapters sequentially to install your system.

The appendices in the book provide you with additional information that you might find useful.

This book includes the following chapters:

Chapter 1, “Overview, Required Tools, Preinstallation Checks, and List of Hardware Fasteners” (this chapter)

This chapter provides you with organization of the book and a list of required tools and fasteners (bolts, and washers).

Chapter 2, “Room Requirements for the TX9000 and TX9200 Systems”

This chapter provides you with room recommendations (room colors, lighting, acoustic information) and minimum requirements (network, lighting, heating/ventilation/air conditioning (HVAC)) required for the room in which you install the Cisco TelePresence System TX9000.

Chapter 3, “Installing the Wall-Mounted Reflector Wall Structure”

This chapter describes the tasks you perform to install the reflector wall if the wall directly attaches to the wall of the room.


NoteIf your reflector wall does not attach directly to the wall, see If your reflector wall does not attach directly to the wall, see Chapter 6, “Installing the Free-Standing Reflector Wall Structure” for the instructions to install the reflector wall.


Chapter 4, “Installing And Performing Initial Leveling of the Main Display Structure”

This chapter describes the steps you complete to install the main display assembly.

Chapter 5, “Installing the Displays and Performing Final Leveling of the Main Display Structure”

This chapter describes the procedure you perform to install the displays onto the display structure.

Chapter 6, “Installing the Free-Standing Reflector Wall Structure”

This chapter describes the steps you perform to build a free-standing reflector wall (used if your reflector wall does not attach directly to the wall of the room).

Chapter 7, “Installing the Bezel Brackets and Vertical Bezels”

This chapter describes the procedure you perform to install the bezel brackets and vertical bezels.

Chapter 8, “Assembling the Electronic Hardware, Facade Brackets, Camera Assembly, and Cable Runner”

This chapter describes the steps you perform to assemble the electrical components, including the camera, into the display assembly.

Chapter 9, “Starting Installation of the First Row Table”

This chapter documents the procedure to build the table assembly.

Chapter 10, “Connecting and Routing the Cables”

This chapter describes the steps you complete to route the power and signal cables for the display assembly.

Chapter 11, “Completing Installation of the First Row Table”

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

Chapter 12, “Building the Second Row Table (TX9200 Systems Only)”

This chapter describes the steps you build the second row table for TX9200 systems.

Chapter 13, “Building the Second Row Table For a 14- and 10-Seat TX9200 System”

This chapter describes the steps you build the second row table for TX9200 14- and 10-seat systems, and also includes minimum table dimensions and trenching diagrams.

Chapter 14, “Completing Installation of the Main Display Structure”

This chapter describes the procedure to complete assembly of the main display structure.

Chapter 15, “First-Time Setup”

This chapter provides the steps you perform to set up the system for the first time.

Chapter 16, “Use & Care Guide”

This chapter recommended cleaning procedures for the TX system.

Chapter 17, “Field-Replaceable Unit Guide”

This chapter describes the steps you perform to replace field-replaceable units (FRUs).

Appendix A, “Parts List Sorted by Carton”

This appendix lists all parts included in the individual chapter parts lists, and sorts the list by carton.

Appendix B, “Cisco TelePresence System TX9000 and TX9200 Pallet Dimensions and Description”

This appendix list the size and number of pallets, and a short description of the contents of the cartons.

Appendix C, “Region- and Country-Specific Power Cords and Table Leg Power Connectors”

This appendix lists the part numbers for all region- and country-specific equipment, including table leg wiring and power cords.

Explanation of Warning, Caution, Note, and Tip Icons Used in This Manual

This document uses the following conventions to convey information and alert the user to conditions requiring special awareness.


Warning This warning symbol means danger. You are in a situation that could cause bodily injury. Before you work on any equipment, you must be aware of the hazards involved with electrical circuitry and familiar with standard practices for preventing accidents.



Caution The caution symbol means reader be careful. In this situation, you might do something that could result in equipment damage or loss of data.


NoteThis symbol means This symbol means reader take note. Notes contain helpful suggestions or references to material not covered in the publication.



Tip The Tip icon means the information contains useful tips.


Conventions and Terminology

  • The directions left and right in this guide are synonymous with participant’s left and participant’s right . They refer to the assembly as you face the displays.

Related Documentation

For a complete list of Cisco TelePresence-related documentation, go to the TelePresence section of the Cisco support site located at the following URL:

http://www.cisco.com/cisco/web/support/index.html