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Cabling the Enclosure

Bottom Panel Features

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2

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3 5

Figure 8. HSA 822 Enclosure Underside Connectors

ARJ-45 connectors — See “Cabling theRJ-45connectors”, on the next page.

NOTE: AllRJ-45connectors are teminated in accordance withthe TIA/EIA T 568 A standard.

B AC power connector — Connect this cord to the power source.

NOTES: • For US domestic versions, this power cord is

permanently connected to the HSA. Connect the

power cord to a 125 VAC, 60 Hz, 10 A power source.

For international versions, this power cord is a removable IEC power cord. Connect the cord to a220-250V,50-60Hz, 10 A power source.

CCable access holes

DSpare AAP panel screws

ETop panel height adjustment screw — See “Adjusting the Height of the Top Surface” in the “Maintenance and Modifications” section.

Cabling the RJ-45connectors

Plug one end of a CAT 6 twisted pair (TP) cable into each of these RJ-45female connectors. Connect the other end to an appropriate telecommunications or data network or to an Extron TP product.

NOTE: AllRJ-45connectors are terminated in accordance withthe TIA/EIA T 568 A standard.

When cabling the AAP panels and the bottom panel, the bottom RJ-45connectors match up with the AAP panelRJ-45connectors as shown in figure 9. For example, match the AAP panelRJ-45connector A1 with the undersideRJ-45connector A1, match A2 with A2, and so forth.

A1

B1

 

A2

B2

 

B1

B2

A1

A2

Figure 9. HSA 822RJ-45Connectors

If necessary, replace the connector icon on the AAP panel by prying the old icon off of the connector plug-inwith a tweeker or small screwdriver (see figure 10) and snapping a new icon in place.

Icon Labels

Figure 10. Changing the Connector Icon

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Routing the AAP Cables

The AAP cables must have freedom of movement to permit opening and closing the surface mount enclosure. At the same time, they need to be restrained to prevent them from rubbing against the edges of the enclosure cable access hole in the underside of the surface mount enclosure. Cables can be damaged by rubbing against the cable access hole edges. Route and secure the AAP cables as follows:

1.Open the top panel to extend the AAP cables to their maximum pull.

2.Experiment with AAP cable positioning to ensure that the cables do not rub against the edges of the AAP cable hole and to ensure that the cable pull does not restrict the movement of the top panel. Figure 11 shows the cables routed to the side, which proved effective in tests at Extron.

3.Use tie wraps to secure the AAP cables to the tie-downholes in the clamshell and enclosure in the locations shown on figure 11.

View from one side

View from the opposite side

Secure the AAP cables at the circled locations.

Figure 11. HSA 822 AAP Cable Routing

Bezels

The HSA 822 ships with RJ-45connector bezelplug-insin a variety of

Bezel colors and a black, blank bezel.

To change to a different color RJ-45connector bezel or if anRJ-45connector is not needed or desired, replace the connector bezelplug-inon the AAP panel with a bezel of a different color or a blankplug-in.See “Replacing the Bezels” in the "Maintenance and Modifications" section.

If no RJ-45connector is desired, snap the

 

interior RJ-45cable onto the rear of the

 

blank bezel plug-in(shown at right) to hold

 

it conveniently out of the way. Retain the

 

removed connector bezel plug-infor any

 

possible later use.

Blank Bezel

 

Plug-inin AAP

 

Panel

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Maintenance and

Modifications

This section describes modifying and maintaining the HSA 822 surface mount enclosures. Most of the maintenance procedures require removing the surface mount enclosure from the table. Topics that are covered include:

Replacing an AAP

Replacing the Bezels

Removing and Replacing the Enclosure

Replacing the Gas Lift

Adjusting the Top Surface

Replacing an AAP

Replace one or more AAPs as follows:

WARNING: Ensure that AC power is disconnected beforeservicing the HSA unit.

1.On the underside of the clamshell and in the enclosure, cut the tie wraps that route the AAP cables out of the way.

2.Remove the top and bottom screws on the right and left sides of the AAP panel (see figure 12 on the next page). Retain the screws. Lift the panel away from the enclosure as far as the connected cables allow and then allow the panel to dangle, supported by its connected cables.

NOTE: The center screws on each side of the AAP panel do

not fasten the AAP panel in place. They secure the AC power outlet.

CAUTION: Ensure that the edges of the AAP panels do not scratch the finished surface of the top panel flange or the furniture in which the HSA 822 is installed when removing the panels.

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Remove two screws ea. side.

IN

 

PU

 

SELET

CO

CT

 

MPUTERAUDIO

Remove

Figure 12. Removing the AAP Panel

3.Disconnect any cables from the rear of the AAPs that are being replaced. If a cable is no longer required in your system, carefully pull the cable through and out the bottom of the surface mount enclosure and the clamshell.

4.Remove the AAP(s) that you no longer want from the AAP panel by unscrewing the nuts on the rear of the AAP panel that secure the AAPs in place (see figure 13).

AAP Panel

INPUT

SELECT

AUDIO

#4-40Nut w/ Captive Washer

Cable

HSA 822

RGB 580xi SI AAP

Figure 13. Mounting an AAP Device

5.Cable the rear of the AAPs to be installed before attaching the AAPs to the enclosure. Route the cables through the hole in the underside of the surface mount enclosure and connect them to the rear of the AAPs. If applicable, refer to the cabling information in the documentation for the AAP.

6.Insert the screws of each AAP through the holes in the AAP opening of the HSA AAP panel. Secure each AAP to the panel with the provided captive washers and #4-40nuts.

7.Replace the AAP panel in the surface mount enclosure and secure them in place with the screws removed in step 2. If you lose an AAP panel screw, four spare screws are stored in the underside of the enclosure (seefigure 8 on page 12).

8.To prevent wear and tear caused by cable movement, secure the AAP cables underneath the table (see “Routing the AAP Cables” on page 14.

Replacing the Bezels

The HSA 822 ships with RJ-45connector bezelplug-insin a variety of colors and a black, blank bezel. Replace a bezel as follows:

1.Remove the top and bottom screws on the right and left sides of the AAP panel (see figure 12). Retain the screws. Lift the panel away from the enclosure as far as the connected cables allow and then allow the panel to dangle, supported by its connected cables.

NOTES: • The center screws on each side of the AAP panel do

not fasten the AAP panel in place. They secure the

AC power outlet.

Ensure that the edges of the AAP panels do not scratch the finished surface of the top panel flange when removing the panels.

2. With a Tweeker, push down on and gently twist on the front of eachRJ-45connector detent to disconnect the connector from the rear of the AAP panelplug-in.

3.Pinch the top and bottom bezel detents together and push the bezel through the AAP panel.

4.Snap a replacement bezel in place. If necessary,

replace the connector icon by prying the old icon off of the connector plug-inwith a Tweeker or small screwdriver (figure 14) and snapping a new icon in place.

Icon Labels

Figure 14. Changing the Connector Icon

5.Replace the AAP panel in the surface mount enclosure and secure it in place with the screws removed in step 1. If you lose an AAP panel screw, four spare screws are stored in the underside of the enclosure.

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Removing and Replacing the Enclosure

The procedures for replacing the gas lift and adjusting the levelling of the top surface require removing the HSA 822 from the table. Remove and replace the surface mount enclosure for maintenance as follows:

WARNING: Ensure that AC power is disconnected beforeservicing the HSA unit.

1.On the underside of the clamshell and in the enclosure, cut the tie wraps that route the AAP cables out of the way.

2.Disconnect the IEC power cord and RJ-45connectors from the underside of the surface mount enclosure.

3.On both AAP panels, remove the top and bottom screws on the right and left sides of the AAP panel (see figure 12 on page 18). Retain the screws. Lift the panels away from the enclosure as far as the connected cables allow and then allow the panels to dangle, supported by their connected cables.

NOTE: The center screws on each side of the AAP panel do

not fasten the AAP panel in place. They secure the AC power outlet.

CAUTION: Ensure that the edges of the AAP panels do not scratch the finished surface of the top panel flange or the furniture in which the HSA 822 is installed when removing the panels.

4.To ensure that the bottom RJ-45connectors match up with the AAP panelRJ-45connectors when the maintenance is complete, tag the internal CAT 6 cables to define their installation location (top or bottom and side A or B).

Also tag the side of the enclosure itself (A or B).

5. With a Tweeker or small screwdriver, inside the AAP panels, push down on and gently twist on the front of eachRJ-45connector detent to disconnect the connector from the rear of the AAP panelplug-in.

6. Disconnect any cables from the rear of the existing AAPs. Carefully pull the cables through and out the bottom of the surface mount enclosure.

7. Set the AAP panels aside.

WARNING: The flanged edges of the top of the surface

enclosure are sharp when the HSA is removed

from the table. Exercise caution when handling to prevent personal injury.

CAUTIONS: • The flanged edges of the top of the surface enclosure are bevelled to anultra-finethickness of less than 0.04 (4/100) inch (approximately 1 mm). These edges are soft and can be easily nicked

or bent. Exercise caution when handling and mounting the enclosure. Mishandling can damage the appearance of the enclosure.

The surfaces of the HSA enclosure have screws and other protruding hardware that could damage fine furniture. Do not rest the enclosure on unprotected furniture.

8.On the underside of the table, remove the two bolts that secure the clamshell to the surface mount enclosure (see figure 15 on the next page). Lift the enclosure out of the table.

9.Remove and retain the four corners screws on each side of the enclosure shroud “cube”. Remove the two halves of the shroud.

NOTE: You do not need to remove the center screws on each

side. They do not secure the shroud in any way; rather, they provide structural support to the enclosure.

10.Perform the desired maintenance or modification procedure.

11.If the surface is not level or the top panel is not level with the flange, adjust the top surface. See “Adjusting the Top Surface” in this chapter.

12.Connect the appropriate cables to the rear of the AAPs installed on the AAP panels. Route the cables through the hole in the underside of the surface mount enclosure and connect them to the rear of the AAPs. Refer to the cabling information in the documentation for the AAP.

13.Snap the interior RJ-45cable connectors onto the rear of theRJ-45AAP panel bezelplug-insin the locations identified by the tags.

14.Replace the AAP panels in the surface mount enclosure and secure them in place with the screws removed in step 3. If you lose an AAP panel screw, four spare screws are stored in the underside of the enclosure.

RJ-45Bezel

Plug-inin AAP

Panel

15.Secure the two shroud halves to the enclosure frame with the eight screws per shroud half (four per side) removed in step 9. Orient the shroud halves such that the vertical column of center holes align with the column of screw inserts on the vertical slides.

16.Carefully lower the HSA enclosure into the table opening. From the underside, bolt the clamshell to the enclosure with the two bolts removed in step 8.

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Remove (16)

screws.

Power Cord

RJ-45Connectors

HSA 822

Enclosure

Shroud

Mounting

Surface

AAP Cables

Clamshell

Flat Washer

Full Thread

Mounting Bolts

Figure 15. Removing the HSA 822 from the Table

17.Connect the IEC power cord and RJ-45cables to the connectors on the underside of the surface mount enclosure.

18.To prevent wear and tear caused by cable movement, secure the AAP cables underneath the table (see “Routing the AAP Cables” on page 14).

Replacing the Gas Lift

The gas lift that raises the surface is rated for 100,000 opening and closing cycles. An enclosure with many cables connected or an enclosure with a brass top panel may require a stronger gas lift than the standard 10 lb lift. Contact the Extron S3 Sales and Technical Support Hotline at the nearest phone number listed on the rear cover of this guide to obtain a replacement gas lift.

Replace the gas lift as follows:

WARNING: Ensure that AC power is disconnected beforeservicing the HSA unit.

1.Remove the surface mount enclosure (see “Removing and Replacing the Enclosure”, steps1 through9). Place the enclosure on a horizontal surface.

2.Disconnect the 3-prongcable connectors on the interior AC cables (see figure 16).

Figure 16. Disconnecting the Interior AC Cables

3.Turn the enclosure upside-down.To protect the finish, place the enclosure on a soft cloth.

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4.Open and close the top panel as necessary to access the center lifting platform (see figure 17). Remove the four

screws that secure the top panel bracket to the lifting platform.

Top Panel

Bracket

Frame

Clevis Nut

Top Panel

 

Clevis

Gas Lift

Lifting

Platform

Enclosure

Frame

Figure 17. Changing the Gas Lift

CAUTION: With the top panel bracket detached from the lifting platform, the bracket will be loose atop the gas lift. Ensure that the bracket does not contact the top flange. Marring of the soft surface of the flange may result.

5.Turn the enclosure frame rightside-up.

6.Remove and retain the 9/32-inchnut and bolt that secure the gas lift to the top panel clevis. Lift the top panel and clevis off of the gas lift and set it aside on the bracket flanges.

7.Turn the gas lift counterclockwise until the lift comes free of the frame clevis nut at the bottom of the enclosure frame. Carefully draw the gas lift out through the top of the enclosure frame.

8.Insert the shaft end of the replacement gas lift through the hole in the lifting platform. Thread the shaft of the gas lift into the frame clevis nut and tighten it several turns.

CAUTION: Ensure that the top panel bracket does not contact the top flange. Marring of the soft surface of the flange may result.

9.Hold the top panel in position above the gas lift. Secure the gas lift to the top panel clevis with the nut and bolt that were removed in step 6.

10.Reconnect the interior AC power cables.

11.If necessary, release (extend) the top panel. Turn the enclosure frame upside-downand place it on the soft cloth surface.

12.Secure the top panel bracket to the lifting platform with the four screws removed in step 4.

13.Reinstall the surface mount enclosure. See “Removing and Replacing the Enclosure”, steps11 through18.

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Adjusting the Top Surface

The top lifting panel of the HSA 822 can be adjusted to raise or lower its level flush with the flange. It can also be adjusted to ensure that the lifting panel is horizontal and not tipped.

Adjusting the Height of the Top Surface

NOTE: You may be able to adjust the height of the top lifting

panel without removing the HSA 822 from the table. If

you can reach the height adjustment lock screw slots (see

figure 18) in the side of the enclosure with a long Phillips-

head screwdriver, you should not need to remove the HSA from the table.

Height Adjustment

Locking Screw

Figure 18. Height Adjustment Locking Screw Slots

Raise or lower the lifting panel flush with the flange as follows:

1.If you cannot access the height adjustment locking screw slots in the side of the HSA enclosure, remove the surface mount enclosure from the table. See “Removing and Replacing the

Enclosure”, steps1 through9. Place the enclosure on its side on a horizontal surface. To protect the finish, place the enclosure on a soft cloth.

2.If necessary, close and latch the top panel.

3.Slightly loosen the two locking screws (see figure 19 on the next page).

4.Turn the height adjustment screw counter clockwise to raise the lifting plate or clockwise to lower the plate (see figure 19).

5.Tighten the two locking screws that you loosened in step 3.

6.If removed, reinstall the surface mount enclosure in the table. See “Removing and Replacing the Enclosure”, steps12 through18.

Loosen locking screws.

Adjustment

Screw

Figure 19. Height Adjustment Screw Location

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Adjusting the Top Surface Level

The top lifting panel of the HSA 822 can be adjusted to ensure that the lifting panel is horizontal and not tipped. Level the lifting panel of the HSA 822 as follows:

1.Remove the surface mount enclosure from the table. See “Removing and Replacing the Enclosure”, steps1 through9. Place the enclosure on a horizontal surface. To protect the finish, place the enclosure on a soft cloth.

2.If necessary, close and latch the top panel.

3.Slightly loosen the six locking screws (see figure 20) that secure the top panel to the panel bracket.

Indicates the location of the locking screws. (One screw is concealed.)

Indicates the location of the adjustment screws.

Figure 20. Location of Level Adjustment and Locking Screws

4.Carefully turn the four adjustment screws on the underside of the top panel to level the top panel with the flange.

5.Tighten the six screws that you loosened in step 3.

6.Reinstall the surface mount enclosure. See “Removing and Replacing the Enclosure”, steps12 through18.

Reference Information

This section provides additional reference information for the

HSA 822. Topics covered include:

Specifications

Part Numbers

Included Parts

Template, Replacement Parts, and Accessories

Interface Accessories

Top Plate Dimensions

Specifications

NOTE: The Universal AC outlet is fully compatible with Europlug, British,

Indian, Danish, and Italian plug types. See the Universal AC Outlet

Compatibility Guide on the Extron website,www.extron.com, for compatibility details on all plug types.

CAUTION: Use the appropriate metal Extron routing template or refer to the surface cutout dimensions here before cutting a hole in the furniture or other surface. Pay special attention to the direction the unit will face; the AAP and connector access side of the unit isunderlined. Extron is not responsible for miscut mounting holes.

Top plate (outer rim)

8.47" W x 8.75" D

 

(21.51 cm W x 22.23 cm D)

Top plate (vertically lifting plate)

6.22" W x 6.50" D

(15.80 cm W x 16.51 cm D)

Surface cutout 8.03 +0.00/-0.02"W (AAP access from front and back) x 8.33+0.00/-0.02"D

(20.40 +0.00/-0.05 cm W x 21.16+0.00/-0.05cm D)

Clamshell (see figure 21) A = 6.78" (17.2 cm)B = 8.10" (20.6 cm)C = 10.89" (27.7 cm)

Product weight 8.8 lbs (4.0 kg)

Shipping weight

15 lbs (7 kg)

Regulatory compliance

 

Safety

CE, CSA C/US, c-UL,UL

MTBF (gas lift)

100,000 cycles

Warranty

3 years parts and labor

NOTE: Specifications are subject to change without notice.

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A

Figure 21. Clamshell Dimensions

Part Numbers

HSA 822

Part number

 

 

 

HSA 822

US Enclosure (black anodized)

60-570-01

HSA 822

International Enclosure

60-687-nn

 

 

 

NOTES: • For the international versions, thenn in the part

number identifies the AC power connector and finish

(black anodized or brushed aluminum). Specify the

desired power connector and finish when ordering.

The USA version of the HSA 822 is also available in a

brushed aluminum finish. Visit the Extron web site, www.extron.com for more part numbers.

Included Parts

These items are included with each order for an HSA 822:

Description

HSA 822 User Guide

Snap-inicon inserts

RJ-45connector bezelplug-ininserts (assorted colors and blank)

1/4 - 20, 1", 1 ½", 2", 2 ½" full thread bolts —or—

M6 x 65 mm, 50 mm, 40 mm, 25 mm full thread bolts

Template, Replacement Parts, and Accessories

Part

Part number

 

 

HSA 822 routing template

70-191-01

HSA 822 standard (10 lb) gas lift

70-193-01

HSA 822 RJ-11cable kit

70-226-01

HSA 822 flexible conduit adapter kit

70-228-01

 

 

Interface Accessories

Part

Part number

 

 

RGB 580xi

60-362-01

RGB 580xi AAP 3' (6') (black)

70-128(129)-02

RGB 580xi S AAP 3' (6') (black)

70-134(135)-02

RGB 580xi SI AAP 6' (black)

70-138-02

 

 

Top Plate Dimensions

The preferred and recommended method for cutting the table is to use the metal routing template, part number 70-191-01,(see figure 22 and “Installation”) and a router.

USER ACCESS

USER ACCESS

EXTRON ELECTRONICS

Figure 22. HSA 822 Metal Routing Template

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