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Setting Up the Polycom® RealPresence®

Group Series Media Center

Setting Up the Polycom® RealPresence® Group Series Media Center with a Single 55” or 65” Display
or 55” Dual Displays
Base Display (single or dual)
Legs (4) Display mount bracket (2 per display)
M10 x 50 flanged head cap screw (8) M8 x 20 button head cap screw (4 per display)
Glides (4) 1/4-20 x 3.5” socket head cap screw (2 per display)
Flat washer (4) M6 x 16 flanged button head screw (2 per display)
Lock washer (4) EagleEye IV camera
Optional: Casters (4) M3 x 6 phillips flat head screw (4)
Flat washer (4) Camera mount bracket
Lock washer (4) 1/4-20 x 5/8” socket head cap screw (4)
Vertical Support (2) Flat washer (4)
M10 x 25 flanged head cap screw (6) Lock washer (4)
Lower display rail (single or dual) Clip-on rack nut fastener (4)
M10 x 25 flanged head cap screw (4) 1U shelf
Handle (2) 10-32 x 1/2” pan head screw (4)
Upper display rail (single or dual) RealPresence Group Series 500 codec
M10 x 25 flanged head cap screw (4) M3 x 10 screw (2)
Front door Power strip
Nylon spacer 10-32 x 1/2” pan head screw (2)
10-32 x 1/2” pan head screw (2) Power brick
Subwoofer Rear panel
Speaker (2)
1/4-20 x 5/8“ socket head cap screw (2) Polycom-supplied tools:
Flat washer (2) L-Key for M8 screw
Lock washer (2) L-Key for M6 screw
Speaker wire (2) L-Key for M10 screw
Speaker bracket (2) L-Key for 1/4-20 screw
1/4-20 x 5/8“ socket head cap screw (4)
Flat washer (4) User-supplied tools:
Lock washer (4) 9/16” wrench
Mesh grill (2) 11/16” wrench
10-32 x 1/2” pan head screw (6) Phillips screwdriver (medium drive)
Phillips screwdriver (small drive)

For more information about the components of the RealPresence Group Series Media Center, refer to the documentation at
http://support.polycom.com/PolycomService/support/us/support/video/group_series/group_packaged_solutions.html.

The Media Center components are heavy. Polycom recommends that two people perform the installation.

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Setting Up the Polycom® RealPresence® Group Series Media Center
with a Single 55” or 65” Display or 55” Dual Displays
Remove the base from packaging and flip the base over. Detach the pre-installed speaker bracket from each
1 Attach the four legs to the base, using two M10 x 50 3 vertical support by removing the 1/4-20 x 5/8 socket head
flanged socket head cap screws per leg. cap screws, flat washers, and lock washers. Set them
aside.

Install the supplied floor glides on the legs, using one flat Place the left vertical support on the base, aligning the
2 washer and one split lock washer per glide. Ensure that the 4 holes in the base with the holes in the bottom of the
flat washer is closest to the leg surface. Alternatively, vertical support. Attach the vertical support to the base
install the optional casters on the legs. The locking casters using three M10 x 25 flanged socket head cap screws per
must be installed on the front legs, which are located on the vertical support. Do not fully tighten. Repeat with the
side of the base with no slots. Attach the casters using one right vertical support.
flat washer and one lock washer per caster. Ensure that the
flat washer is closest to the leg surface. Pull the caster
up to fit the wrench underneath to tighten the hardware.
After tightening, push the caster back down.

With the assistance of another person, flip the base over


and lock the front casters.

Front Side with


Locking Casters

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Install the lower display rail (single or dual) by aligning the Install the nylon spacer over the front door hinge pin at
5 holes in the display rail with the holes in the vertical 7 the base.
supports. Attach with four M10 x 25 flanged socket head
cap screws. Do not fully tighten.
nylon spacer
Single

Insert the hinge pin/bracket into the top of the front


door. Slide the bottom of the front door onto the door
hinge pin. Position the top hinge bracket underneath the
bottom display rail by sliding it in between. Align the holes
in the bracket with the holes in the vertical supports. Attach
the door using two 10-32 x 1/2” pan head screws.
Dual

Install the upper display rail (single or dual) by aligning the Attach the rear panel by inserting the two tabs at the
6 holes in the display rail with the holes in the vertical 8 bottom of the door into the slots in the base. This serves
supports. Attach with four M10 x 25 flanged socket head as an alignment tool to ensure the frame is properly
cap screws. Do not fully tighten. aligned before tightening all bolts. Using the L-key,
tighten the socket head cap screws at the bottom of the
base, the lower display rail, and the upper display rail.
Single
Remove the rear door.

Dual

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Assemble and install the subwoofer feet approximately Install the left speaker assembly on the vertical support
9 3/8” onto the screws on the bottom of the subwoofer. 11 by aligning the holes in the speaker bracket with the
Place the subwoofer onto the bottom of the Media Center holes in the vertical support. Ensure that the speaker
by inserting the screws into the holes at the bottom of the is oriented so the label is at the bottom. Attach with the
Media Center. two previously uninstalled 1/4-20 x 5/8” socket head cap
screws, flat washers, and lock washers. Feed the speaker
wire through the hole at the bottom of the vertical support.
Leaving enough slack to reach the subwoofer, trim or
dress the speaker cable as needed. Repeat with the
right speaker assembly. Attach the speaker wires to the
subwoofer. For cabling details, refer to the
documentation that came with the subwoofer.

Attach the speaker wires to the left speaker. Fasten the Attach the mesh grill on the left side by inserting the
10 speaker bracket to the speaker using two 1/4-20 x 5/8” 12 three tabs behind the front door and flexing the mesh grill
socket head cap screws, flat washers, and lock washers. as needed to fit. Open the front door and install three
Repeat with the right speaker. Align the bracket on the 10-32 x 1/2” pan head screws. Repeat with the mesh
right speaker so that the speakers will be oriented the grill on the right side.
same on both sides, with the label on the bottom.

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On the back side, install a handle on both ends of the With the assistance of another person, lift the display
13 bottom display rail. 15 and attach the display bracket hooks over the edge of
the upper display bracket on the Media Center.

If you have a dual display configuration, repeat with


the second display.

Adjust the leveler screws as needed.

Install the display mount brackets on the display using Center the display on the Media Center. Insert one
14 two M8 x 20 button head cap screws in the second 16 M6 x 16 flanged button head screw into each display
hole down on each display bracket. bracket to lock the display.

Install the supplied 1/4-20 x 3.5” socket head cap If you have a dual display configuration, center the two
screws at the top of each display bracket. Leave the displays on the Media Center. Insert one M6 x 16
screws adjusted up before mounting the display to flanged button head screw into each display bracket to
the top rail. If you have a dual display configuration, lock the displays.
repeat with the second display.

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Attach the EagleEye IV camera to the camera mount Install the codec to the 1U shelf using two M3 x 10
17 bracket using four M3 x 6 Phillips flat head screws. 19 screws. Install the 1U shelf using four 10-32 x 1/2”
pan head screws.
Attach the camera assembly to the display using four
1/4-20 x 5/8” socket head cap screws, four flat washers,
and four lock washers.

Install two clip-on rack nut fasteners in the seventh Install the power strip to the left vertical support, using
18 and ninth holes from the top, on the left vertical support. 20 two 10-32 x 1/2” pan head screws. Install the power brick.
Repeat with the right vertical support. Adjust the height
as needed.

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Attach the cables to the codec, display, and speaker/ Power Rating:
21 subwoofer-amplifier system. Refer to the diagram on Voltage rating: 100-240 VAC, 50/60Hz
page 8 and to the instructions that came with the
components for cabling details.
Maximum power consumption (configured with Group
Route the cables neatly using the cutout at the bottom Series 500 codec and EagleEye IV camera under full
and the hollow interior of the vertical supports. Neatly load operating conditions):
dress the cables as needed.
Single 55” display: 371.4W
Plug the cables into the power strip and plug the Dual 55” displays: 491.4W
power strip into a power outlet. Single 65” display: 451.4W

Only Polycom Media Center components Approximate system weight (including display(s),
should be plugged into the power outlet block. codec, camera, and sound system):
Do not power any other electrical equipment
from this power outlet. Single 55” display: 505 lbs.
Dual 55” displays: 588 lbs.
Single 65” display: 578 lbs.

Install the rear panel by inserting the two tabs at the Regulatory Notices:
22 bottom of the panel into the two slots in the base.  This equipment is intended for indoor use only.
 Only use this equipment with the display(s) supplied by
Polycom.
 Do not use a power cord that is damaged. This could cause
fire or electric shock. Contact the manufacturer for a
replacement cord, if necessary.
 Only use a power cord which is appropriately rated and
approved relevant to the country of use.
 This equipment should be used only on even surfaces.
 When moving or positioning the system, only use the
handles located at the bottom of the display rail at the rear
of the unit.
 This equipment has lockable wheels which should be
applied while the cart is stationary.
 When connecting to the mains supply, connect only to an
earthed supply outlet which is installed near the equipment
and is easily accessible.
 Keep ventilation openings free from any obstructions.
 The ambient operating temperature rating of this equipment
is 0 - 40ºC and should not be exceeded.
 Do not immerse the system in any liquid or place any liquids
on it.
 Do not spray liquids directly onto the system when cleaning.
Always apply the liquid first to a static-free cloth.
 For further information concerning the individual components
of this equipment, please refer to the respective product
literature.
 For support or service, please contact your Polycom®
distributor or go to Polycom Support at
www.polycom.com/support.

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POWER/STANDBY 40HMS Speakers
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100-120V ~ T5.0AL 250V~


220-240V ~ T2.5AL 250V~
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FOR 220-240V ~ USE T2.5AL 250V~

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220-240V~

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Setting Up the Polycom® RealPresence®
Group Series Media Center

Setting Up the Polycom® RealPresence® Group Series Media Center with Dual 42” AIO Displays

Base EagleEye IV camera


Legs (4) M3 x 6 phillips flat head screw (4)
M10 x 50 flanged head cap screw (8) Camera mount bracket
Glides (4) 1/4-20 x 5/8 socket head cap screw (4)
Flat washer (4) Flat washer (4)
Lock washer (4) Lock washer (4)
Optional: Casters (4) Clip-on rack nut fastener (4)
Flat washer (4) 1U shelf
Lock washer (4) 10-32 x 1/2” pan head screw (4)
Vertical Support (2) RealPresence Group Series 500 codec
M10 x 25 flanged head cap screw (6) M3 x 10 screw (2)
Lower display rail Power strip
M10 x 25 flanged head cap screw (4) 10-32 x 1/2“ pan head screw (2)
Handle (2) Power brick
Upper display rail Rear panel
M10 x 25 flanged head cap screw (8)
Front door Polycom-supplied tools:
Nylon spacer L-Key for M8 screw
10-32 x 1/2” pan head screw (2) L-Key for M6 screw
Mesh grill (2) L-Key for M10 screw
10-32 x 1/2“ pan head screw (6) L-Key for 1/4-20 screw
Display (2)
T-Nut (8) User-supplied tools:
M6 x 25 Phillips flat head screw (8) 9/16” wrench
Flat washer (8) 11/16” wrench
Display mount bracket (4) Phillips screwdriver (medium drive)
M8 x 20 button head cap screw (8) Phillips screwdriver (small drive)
1/4-20 x 3.5” socket head cap screw (4)
M5-10 screw (4)

For more information about the components of the RealPresence Group Series Media Center, refer to the documentation at
http://support.polycom.com/PolycomService/support/us/support/video/group_series/group_packaged_solutions.html.

The Media Center components are heavy. Polycom recommends that two people perform the installation.

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Setting Up the Polycom® RealPresence® Group Series Media Center
with Dual 42” AIO Displays

Remove the base from packaging and flip the base over. Place the left vertical support on the base, aligning the
1 Attach the four legs to the base using two M10 x 50 3 holes in the base with the holes in the bottom of the
flanged socket head cap screws per leg. vertical support. Attach the vertical support to the base
using three M10 x 25 flanged socket head cap screws per
vertical support. Do not fully tighten. Repeat with the
right vertical support.

Install the supplied floor glides on the legs using one flat Install the lower display rail by aligning the holes in the
2 washer and one split lock washer per glide. Ensure that the 4 display rail with the holes in the vertical supports. Attach
flat washer is closest to the leg surface. Alternatively, with four M10 x 25 flanged socket head cap screws. Do
install the optional casters on the legs. The locking casters not fully tighten.
must be installed on the front legs, which are located on the
side of the base with no slots. Attach the casters using one
flat washer and one lock washer per caster. Ensure that the
flat washer is closest to the leg surface. Pull the caster
up to fit the wrench underneath to tighten the hardware.
After tightening, push the caster back down.

With the assistance of another person, flip the base over


and lock the front casters.

Front Side with


Locking Casters

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Install the upper display rail by aligning the holes in the Attach the rear door by inserting the two tabs at the
5 display rail with the holes in the vertical supports. Attach 7 bottom of the door into the slots in the base. This serves
with eight M10 x 25 flanged socket head cap screws. as an alignment tool to ensure the frame is properly
aligned before tightening all bolts. Tighten the bolts at
the bottom of the base, the lower display rail, and the
upper display rail. Remove the rear door.

Note that the rear door will have ventilation holes at the
top and bottom that are not displayed.

Remove the retainer bracket from the back of the upper


display rail and set aside.

Install the nylon spacer over the front door hinge pin at Attach the mesh grill on the left side by inserting the
6 the base. 8 three tabs behind the front door, flexing the mesh grill
as needed to fit. Open the front door and install three
nylon spacer 10-32 x 1/2” pan head screws. Repeat with the mesh
grill on the right side.

(a) Insert the hinge pin/bracket into the top of the front
door. (b) Slide the bottom of the front door onto the door
hinge pin. Position the top hinge bracket underneath the
bottom display rail by sliding it in between. Align the
holes in the bracket with the holes in the vertical supports.
(c) Attach the door using two 10-32 x 7/16 pan head
screws.

a b

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Install a handle on both ends of the bottom display With the assistance of another person, lift one of the
9 rail on the back side. 11 displays and slide the display T-nuts into the keyhole
slots in the upper display rail. Repeat with the second
display.

Attach the retainer bracket to the back of the upper


display rail using one wing nut on each end of the
display rail.

Install four M6 x 25 Phillips flat screws, four washers, Attach the EagleEye IV camera to the camera mount
10 and four T-nuts on the back of each display. 12 bracket using four M3 x 6 Phillips flat head screws.

Attach the camera assembly to the display using four


1/4-20 x 5/8 socket head cap screws, four split lock
washers, and four 5/16 washers.

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Install two clip-on rack nut fasteners in the seventh Install the power strip to the left vertical support using
13 and ninth holes from the top on the left vertical support. 15 two 10-32 x 1/2” pan head screws. Install the power
Repeat with the right vertical support. Adjust the height brick.
as needed.

Install the codec to the 1U shelf using two M3 x 10 Attach the cables to the codec and display. Refer to the
14 screws. Install the 1U shelf using four 10-32 x 1/2” 16 diagram on page 15 and to the instructions that came
pan head screws. with the components for cabling details.

Route the cables neatly using the cutout at the bottom


and the hollow interior of the vertical supports. Tie-wrap
the cables as needed.

Plug the cables into the power strip and plug the
power strip into a power outlet.

Only Polycom Media Center components


should be plugged into the power outlet block.
Do not power any other electrical equipment
from this power outlet.

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Install the rear panel by inserting the two tabs at the
Regulatory Notices:
17 bottom of the panel into the two slots in the base.  This equipment is intended for indoor use only.
 Only use this equipment with the displays supplied by
Polycom.
 Do not use a power cord that is damaged. This could cause
fire or electric shock. Contact the manufacturer for a
replacement cord, if necessary.
 Only use a power cord which is appropriately rated and
approved relevant to the country of use.
 This equipment should be used only on even surfaces.
 When moving or positioning the system, only use the
handles located at the bottom of the display rail at the rear
of the unit.
 This equipment has lockable wheels which should be
applied while the cart is stationary.
 When connecting to the mains supply, connect only to an
earthed supply outlet which is installed near the equipment
and is easily accessible.
 Keep ventilation openings free from any obstructions.
 The ambient operating temperature rating of this equipment
is 0 - 40ºC and should not be exceeded.
 Do not immerse the system in any liquid or place any liquids
on it.
 Do not spray liquids directly onto the system when cleaning.
Always apply the liquid first to a static-free cloth.
 For further information concerning the individual components
of this equipment, please refer to the respective product
literature.
 For support or service, please contact your Polycom®
distributor or go to Polycom Support at
www.polycom.com/support.

Power Rating:
Voltage rating: 100-240 VAC, 50/60Hz

Maximum power consumption (configured with Group


Series 500 codec and EagleEye IV camera under full
load operating conditions): 231.4W

Approximate system weight (including display(s),


codec, camera, and sound system): 535 lbs.

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