Revised: June 10, 2011, OL-14522-01
The Cisco TelePresence System 500-37 Assembly Guide outlines the steps and best practices for assembling and installing the Cisco TelePresence System 500-37 (CTS-500-37). It also includes first-time setup procedures, care instructions for the display screen, and procedures to replace field-replaceable units (FRUs).
This guide is intended primarily for installers of the CTS-500-37. Site planners, network administrators, and facility maintenance personnel may also find this document useful.
This preface includes the following sections:
•Obtaining Documentation and Submitting a Service Request
This section provides an overview of the organization of this book.
Chapter 1, "Cisco TelePresence System 500-37 Room Recommendations" (this chapter)
•Provides chapter organization and content of this document.
•Provides CTS-500-37 placement guidelines for installation locations with and without windows.
•Provides you with power and HVAC requirements and recommendations.
•Lists the tools that are required to install the CTS-500-37.
Chapter 2, "Assembling a Pedestal Stand-Mounted CTS-500-37"
•Provides the steps to assemble the CTS-500-37 in a pedestal stand-mounted configuration.
Note A pedestal stand mounts on the floor.
Chapter 3, "Assembling a Wall-Mounted CTS-500-37"
•Provides the steps to assemble the CTS-500-37 in a wall-mounted configuration.
Chapter 4, "Assembling a Table Stand-Mounted CTS-500-37"
•Provides the steps to assemble the CTS-500-37 in a table stand-mounted configuration.
Chapter 5, "First-Time Setup"
•Describes the configuration you perform to set up your CTS-500-37 for the first time.
Chapter 6, "Use and Care Guide"
•Describes the cleaning procedure for the display screen.
Chapter A, "Field-Replaceable Unit Guide"
•Describes removal and replacement procedures for various hardware elements of the CTS-500-37.
Appendix B, "Cisco TelePresence System 500-37 Height, Width, and Weight Specifications"
•Describes the height and weight of the system and various components of the system.
Appendix C, "Region- and Country-Specific Equipment"
•Describes the power cords that are specific to a region or country.
This document uses the following conventions to convey information and alert the user to conditions requiring special awareness.
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reader be careful. In this situation, you might do something that could result in equipment damage or loss of data.
Note Means reader take note. Notes contain helpful suggestions or references to material not covered in the publication.
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Obtaining Documentation and Submitting a Service Request
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The Cisco TelePresence system documentation set includes a variety of online and printed guides designed to aid the assemblers, installers, system administrators, and users in the setup, configuration, administration, and use of Cisco TelePresence.
To obtain the latest version and release of these documents, navigate to the Cisco TelePresence documentation site at the URL following the document title.
•Cisco Unified Communications Manager Installation Guide for Cisco TelePresence System
•Release Notes for Cisco TelePresence Administration Software
•Cisco TelePresence System Meeting Quick Reference
•Cisco TelePresence System Phone User Guide
•Cisco TelePresence System Administrator's Guide
•Cisco TelePresence System Software End User License Agreement
•Cisco TelePresence Manager Release Notes
•Cisco TelePresence Manager Administration & Installation Guide
•Cisco TelePresence Manager Software End User License Agreement