User`s guide | 3Com FSSBID 100 Gas Grill User Manual

Installation and
Integrator’s Guide
SMART Mobile Stand
for Interactive Displays
Models FSSBID 100
and FSSBID 100H
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Important
Information
Before you install and use your SMART Mobile Stand, read and understand the safety
warnings and precautions in this user’s guide and the included warnings document.
These safety warnings and precautions describe the safe and correct operation of
your SMART Mobile Stand and its accessories, helping you prevent injuries and
equipment damage.
Safety Warnings and Cautions
WARNING
•
Failure to follow the installation instructions included with your
SMART Mobile Stand for interactive displays could result in personal injury or
product damage.
•
Make sure that you properly engage and secure the vertical brackets both to
your flat-panel display and to your SMART Mobile Stand.
•
Read the safety warnings, precautions and other important information
contained in the documentation included with your other SMART products
and published by your flat-panel display’s manufacturer.
•
Two people are required to safely assemble your SMART Mobile Stand
and to mount or remove your flat-panel display and your SMART Board™
interactive display frame or SMART Board for Flat-Panel Displays
interactive overlay.
•
Lock the casters before installing or working with your flat-panel display
on your SMART Mobile Stand, or adjusting its height.
•
To prevent injury, be aware of crush and pinch locations
on the product (marked with the crush symbol) during assembly
and use.
•
Do not rest your hand on the stand’s universal mount or under the interactive
product’s pen tray or pencil ledge while adjusting the height of your
SMART Mobile Stand.
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Use the SMART Mobile Stand’s three grab bars to move the unit.
Do not press, pull or push on the flat-panel display, interactive overlay or
display frame, cabinet, doors, rear access panel plastics or vertical brackets.
•
Before moving your SMART Mobile Stand, make sure that you unlock the
casters. These casters are designed to roll on common indoor surfaces. While
you move the unit, your view may be partially obstructed. Be aware of
surrounding obstacles.
•
Do not move your SMART Mobile Stand while external cables are connected
or when the power is on.
•
You must connect the USB cable that came with your SMART Mobile Stand
to a computer that has a USB 2.0 compliant interface and that bears the USB
logo. In addition, the USB source computer must be compliant with
CSA/UL/EN 60950 and bear the CE mark and CSA and/or UL Mark(s)
for CAS/UL 60950. This is for operating safety.
•
Ensure that any cables extending across the floor to your SMART Mobile
Stand are properly bundled and marked to prevent a tripping hazard.
•
Do not stand (or allow children to stand) on a chair to touch the surface
of your flat-panel display. Instead, rotate your SMART Mobile Stand’s
height-adjustment handle to lower your display to the appropriate height.
•
Do not climb or ride (or allow children to climb or ride) on your SMART Mobile
Stand. Climbing or riding on your SMART Mobile Stand could result
in personal injury or product damage.
•
(For European customers only)
Your SMART Mobile Stand should be used only with European TN and TT
power distribution systems.
It is not suitable for older, IT-type power distribution systems found in some
European countries. “This system (IT-type) is widely used isolated from earth,
in some installations in France, with impedance to earth, at 230/400V, and in
Norway, with voltage limiter, neutral not distributed, at 230V line-to-line.”
(IEC 60950:1999)
Contact qualified personnel if you are uncertain about the type of power
system available where you are installing your SMART Mobile Stand.
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To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, do not expose your SMART Mobile
Stand to rain or moisture.
•
Your SMART Mobile Stand is designed to operate with a maximum power
consumption of 1200 W. Exceeding this consumption could result in fire,
personal injury or death.
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CAUTION
•
Make sure that the weight of your flat-panel display is minimum
80 lb. (36.3 kg) and maximum 160 lb. (72.6 kg). For a list of flat-panel displays
supported by your SMART Mobile Stand, see
http://www2.smarttech.com/st/en-US/Support/FlatPanel/MobileStandPanels.
•
To prevent damage to a 60" (152.4 cm) or larger flat-panel display when
it is installed with a SMART Board for Flat-Panel Displays interactive overlay,
make sure that you install the included clevis pin as instructed in this guide
(see pag 13).
•
To prevent damage to your power and extender cables, secure them to your
mobile floor stand as instructed in the SMART Mobile Stand for Interactive
Displays Textless Installation Instructions (document 132293
at www.smarttech.com/support).
•
To prevent crushing additional product cables between your flat-panel display
and the SMART Mobile Stand’s speaker panel, follow the path of the installed
cable harness.
•
Do not suspend additional objects from, or add any extra weight or excessive
pressure to, your SMART Mobile Stand’s brackets (other than the products
indicated in this guide). SMART designed these brackets to support only
the combined weight of a flat-panel display, interactive overlay or display
frame, laptop computer and optional laptop shelf, during normal use.
Any other weight hung from these brackets may cause the stand to tip.
•
If you install additional audio or video cables other than those provided
with your SMART Mobile Stand, SMART Board interactive display frame,
SMART Board for Flat-Panel Displays interactive overlay, or as part of an
adapter kit, SMART assumes no responsibility and you are solely responsible
for any damage incurred to your SMART Mobile Stand, its cabling or
other devices.
•
Your SMART Mobile Stand is designed for standard ramp access. At least two
people are required to move your unit up or down a ramp. Moving your unit up
or down a ramp with a steep incline may cause your SMART Mobile Stand to
tip.
•
Never operate your SMART Mobile Stand immediately after moving it from a
cold location to a warm location. Allow the unit to reach room temperature
before operation to prevent possible product damage. The operating
temperature range is from 41°F to 86°F (5°C to 30°C) with up to 80% relative
humidity, non-condensing. The shipping and storage temperature range
is from -40°F to 140°F (-40°C to 60°C).
•
Do not place your SMART Mobile Stand in hot locations, such as near
heating equipment.
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•
Do not block the ventilation slots and openings on your SMART Mobile Stand.
Blocking these openings could cause overheating and damage to the unit.
•
When transporting your unit, repack it with as much of the original packaging
as possible. This packaging was designed with optimal shock and
vibration protection.
•
Do not allow liquids, spray cleaners or commercial solvents of any kind to flow
into the connection panel.
•
Do not attempt to service your SMART Mobile Stand. Only an authorized
service provider should service your SMART Mobile Stand.
•
If your wired keyboard, mouse or other USB device is damaged while it is
attached to your SMART Mobile Stand, SMART assumes no responsibility
and you are solely responsible for this damage.
Other Precautions
If you own a SMART product other than your SMART Mobile Stand for interactive
displays, refer to the other product’s documentation for relevant safety warnings
and maintenance instructions.
To ensure operating safety and to prevent product damage, observe the following
precautions:
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Do not set up or use your SMART Mobile Stand in an area with excessive levels
of dust, dirt, humidity or smoke.
•
Disconnect your SMART Mobile Stand’s power plug from the power outlet before
cleaning the unit or if you won’t be using it for a long period of time.
•
Use a soft cloth moistened with a mild detergent to clean the unit’s housing.
•
If your SMART Mobile Stand requires replacement parts, make sure that the
service technician uses replacement parts specified by SMART Technologies.
Contents
Important Information ................................................................................................ i
Safety Warnings and Cautions .........................................................................i
Other Precautions...........................................................................................iv
About Your SMART Mobile Stand ............................................................................ 1
SMART Mobile Stand Features ...................................................................... 2
Power Specifications ...................................................................................... 7
Hardware and Internet Connection Requirements ......................................... 7
Determining Your Model of
SMART Mobile Stand ..................................................................................... 7
Optional Accessories ...................................................................................... 8
Standard Replaceable Parts........................................................................... 8
Assembling Your SMART Mobile Stand .................................................................. 9
Environmental Requirements ....................................................................... 10
Things to Consider When Assembling Your SMART Mobile Stand ............. 11
Installing Your Flat-Panel Display on
Your SMART Mobile Stand........................................................................... 12
Adjusting the Shelves ................................................................................... 14
Model FSSBID 100: Connecting Devices Inside Your
SMART Mobile Stand’s Cabinet ............................................................................. 17
Connecting Your Flat-Panel Display............................................................. 18
Connecting Your Computer .......................................................................... 21
Connecting Your SMART Hub PE260 .......................................................... 23
Connecting a DVD/Blu-ray Player or VCR.................................................... 25
Connecting Your SMART Board interactive display frame ........................... 28
Connecting Your SMART Board
for Flat-Panel Displays Interactive Overlay................................................... 32
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Model FSSBID 100H: Connecting Devices Inside Your
SMART Mobile Stand’s Cabinet ............................................................................. 37
Installing Your SMART Hub SE240 .............................................................. 38
Connecting Your Flat-Panel Display............................................................. 41
Connecting Your SMART Hub SE240 .......................................................... 43
Connecting Your Computer .......................................................................... 46
Connecting a DVD/Blu-ray Player or VCR.................................................... 48
Connecting Your SMART Board interactive display frame ........................... 50
Connecting Your SMART Board
for Flat-Panel Displays Interactive Overlay................................................... 55
Completing Your Installation and Connecting Other Products to Your SMART
Mobile Stand ............................................................................................................ 57
Installing the Rear Access Panels on Your SMART Mobile Stand ............... 58
The Connection Panel .................................................................................. 59
Connecting a Guest Laptop Computer ......................................................... 61
Connecting Your SMART Document Camera .............................................. 63
Connecting Your SMART Response (formerly Senteo) Interactive Response
System Receiver........................................................................................... 64
Connecting Other USB Devices ................................................................... 66
Maintaining Your SMART Mobile Stand ................................................................ 67
Cleaning and Preventing Damage to Your SMART Mobile Stand................ 67
Moving Your SMART Mobile Stand .............................................................. 68
Transporting Your SMART Mobile Stand ..................................................... 68
Contacting SMART Technical Support ......................................................... 68
A
Configuring a Rack Mount................................................................................... 69
B
SMART Mobile Stand Running Diagrams ........................................................... 75
C
Hardware Environmental Compliance................................................................. 85
Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment Regulations (WEEE Directive) . 85
Restriction of Certain Hazardous Substances (RoHS Directive) .................. 85
Packaging ..................................................................................................... 85
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Covered Electronics Devices........................................................................ 86
China’s Electronic Information Products Regulations................................... 86
U.S. Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act ........................................ 86
D
Customer Support ............................................................................................... 87
Online Information and Support.................................................................... 87
Training......................................................................................................... 87
Technical Support......................................................................................... 87
Shipping and Repair Status .......................................................................... 87
General Inquiries .......................................................................................... 88
Warranty ....................................................................................................... 88
Registration................................................................................................... 88
Index ......................................................................................................................... 89
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About Your SMART
Mobile Stand
Your SMART Mobile Stand is an easy-to-use, fully integrated, height-adjustable stand
that adds mobility to select SMART Board interactive displays measuring 50" to 65"
(127 cm to 165.1 cm). For a list of flat-panel displays supported by your
SMART Mobile Stand, see http://www2.smarttech.com/st/en-US/Support/FlatPanel/
MobileStandPanels.
Your SMART Mobile Stand’s prewired cable harness includes the necessary cables
for you to easily connect your flat-panel display to your audio speakers, computer
or SMART Hub, and additional devices, including a DVD/Blu-ray player or VCR.
This chapter describes the features of your SMART Mobile Stand and accessories
that you can use with your unit.
•
SMART Mobile Stand Features (page 2)
–
Feature Highlights (page 2)
•
Power Specifications (page 7)
•
Hardware and Internet Connection Requirements (page 7)
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Computer Hardware (page 7)
–
Local Area Network (LAN) Connection (Optional) (page 7)
•
Determining Your Model of SMART Mobile Stand (page 7)
•
Optional Accessories (page 8)
•
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Optional Laptop Shelf (page 8)
–
Flat-Panel Display Adapter Kit (page 8)
–
SMART Board for Flat-Panel Displays Interactive Overlay Adapter Kit
(FSSBID 100 Only) (page 8)
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Rack Mount Hardware Accessory Kit (page 8)
Standard Replaceable Parts (page 8)
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SMART Mobile Stand Features
Your SMART Mobile Stand is easy to move so that you can share the unit
with other users, reconfigure your meeting space or classroom, or quickly add
interactive and audiovisual features to a room that might otherwise not have them.
The height of your mobile floor stand adjusts quickly and smoothly to improve lines of
sight and accommodate users of different heights, including users with limited reach.
Feature Highlights
Height Adjustment
Your SMART Mobile Stand features a height adjustment range of 15 3/4" (40 cm).
Easy Mobility
Four swiveling, heavy-duty, non-marking casters roll easily on common indoor
surfaces and lock into place so that your stand doesn’t move when you use it.
Stable Design
A wide footprint, low-profile base and reinforced steel design provide excellent stability
when you’re touching or writing on your interactive product.
Security
A durable locking cabinet provides secure storage for audiovisual equipment,
including a standard tower computer, and features two vertically adjustable shelves,
an optional 19" (48 cm) rack mount configuration and lockable doors to help
prevent theft.
Integrated Cable and Power Management
A prewired cable bundle, an internal power bar and a rear connection panel enable
you to easily connect peripheral devices, including a guest laptop computer,
SMART Hub, SMART Document Camera, SMART Response (formerly Senteo™)
interactive response system receiver, DVD/Blu-ray player or VCR, and other
USB devices.
Front-Facing Audio
Your SMART Mobile Stand features high-quality, front-facing integrated speakers.
High-Quality Finish
The polished, high-quality finish is dent resistant and easy to clean.
Easy Service Access
Removable rear maintenance panels provide easy access to peripheral devices
for cable installation and power management. These panels are secured with
tamper-proof hardware.
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Hydraulic Height
Adjustment Handle
Optional Laptop Shelf
•
Mounts on Either Side
of Your Stand
•
Adjustable Tilt Angle
•
Telescopes Outward
High-Quality,
Integrated Speakers
Locking Cabinet
for Secure Storage
SMART Mobile Stand from the Front
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Serial Number Location
Connection Panel
Large, Removable
Access Panels
Cabinet Venting
SMART Mobile Stand from the Rear
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Prominent Grab Bars
for Moving Your Unit
Supports Integration
with a SMART Hub
SE240 (Model
FSSBID 100H Only)
Dedicated Space
for a Computer
Adjustable Shelving
Power Management
Swiveling, Lockable,
Non-Marking Casters
SMART Mobile Stand from the Rear
(Lower Panel Removed)
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SMART Mobile Stand from the Front with Doors Open
Showing Rack Mount Configuration
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Power Specifications
Your SMART Mobile Stand’s user friendly power management design
accommodates up to 1.2 kW and includes the following features:
•
A country-specific power bar—North America (NEMA) 110V AC
or IEC 240V, 50 Hz—which provides power access for additional devices
near the bottom rear of your stand
•
An 8' (2.44 m) country-specific power cord (international only)
•
A country-specific extension cable
•
Country-specific power adapters
•
A USB 2.0 cable
Hardware and Internet Connection
Requirements
Computer Hardware
You need at least three USB receptacles (recommended) on your computer
to connect it to your SMART Mobile Stand. If your computer has fewer than three
available USB receptacles, you need a USB hub (not included) to connect
your computer to your stand.
Local Area Network (LAN) Connection (Optional)
Your SMART Mobile Stand includes a standard RJ45 LAN connection point
to connect your computer to your network. You need an external source so that
you can access the Internet.
Determining Your Model of
SMART Mobile Stand
Your SMART Mobile Stand is either a standard model (FSSBID 100), or one that
includes support for a SMART Hub SE240 (FSSBID 100H). You can determine your
model of SMART Mobile Stand by referring to its serial number, which is located on
the back, right-hand side of your unit’s speaker panel, near the top:
•
If you have model FSSBID 100, the serial number follows the format
FSSBID1-R2-XXXXX, where X is any number.
•
If you have model FSSBID 100H, the serial number follows the format
FSSBID1H-R2-XXXXX, where X is any number.
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Optional Accessories
Contact your authorized SMART reseller to order any of the following accessory parts.
Optional Laptop Shelf
You can order a dedicated laptop shelf if you want to
connect a laptop computer to your SMART Mobile Stand.
This shelf is designed to mount on either side of your
stand, and features an adjustable tilt angle of up to
35 degrees from horizontal. It telescopes outward to accommodate
flat-panel displays ranging from 50" (127 cm) to 65" (165.1 cm) in size.
For more information on ordering a laptop shelf for your SMART Mobile Stand,
contact your authorized SMART reseller.
Flat-Panel Display Adapter Kits
Some models of flat-panel displays require audio/video adapters, which you can
purchase from your authorized SMART reseller. Your reseller can identify the type
of adapter required for your flat-panel display.
SMART Board for Flat-Panel Displays Interactive Overlay
Adapter Kit (FSSBID 100 Only)
IMPORTANT
If you intend to use a SMART Board for Flat-Panel Displays interactive overlay
with your SMART Mobile Stand model FSSBID 100, you must purchase a
USB B to USB A adapter AD09 (Part No. ADP USB AB) from
your authorized SMART reseller.
Rack Mount Hardware Accessory Kit
If you want to configure your SMART Mobile Stand for a rack mount, you can
purchase a hardware accessory kit from your authorized SMART reseller.
This kit includes 16 rack clips so that you can mount up to four peripheral racks.
Standard Replaceable Parts
If your SMART Mobile Stand requires replacement parts, make sure that the service
technician uses replacement parts specified by SMART Technologies.
To order replacement parts, contact your authorized SMART reseller.
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Assembling Your
SMART Mobile
Stand
Your SMART Mobile Stand requires minimal assembly.
Consult the SMART Mobile Stand for Interactive Displays
Textless Installation Instructions (document 132293
at www.smarttech.com/support) included with your unit
for instructions on installing your SMART Mobile Stand.
WARNING
Failure to follow the installation instructions included with your
SMART Mobile Stand for Interactive Displays could result in personal injury
or product damage.
CAUTION
Make sure that the weight of your flat-panel display is minimum 80 lb. (36.3 kg)
and maximum 160 lb. (72.6 kg). For a list of flat-panel displays supported
by your SMART Mobile Stand, see
http://www2.smarttech.com/st/en-US/Support/FlatPanel/MobileStandPanels.
This chapter includes additional information and tips to consider when you install
your SMART Mobile Stand. Topics include:
•
Environmental Requirements (page 10)
•
Things to Consider When Assembling Your SMART Mobile Stand (page 11)
•
Installing Your Flat-Panel Display on Your SMART Mobile Stand (page 12)
–
•
Securing the Clevis Pins When Installing a 60" (152 cm) or Larger
Flat-Panel Display (page 13)
Adjusting the Shelves (page 14)
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Environmental Requirements
Before installing your SMART Mobile Stand, refer to the following
environmental requirements.
CAUTION
•
Never operate your SMART Mobile Stand immediately after moving it
from a cold location to a warm location. Allow the unit to reach room
temperature before operation to prevent possible product damage.
•
Do not place your SMART Mobile Stand in hot locations, such as near
heating equipment.
•
Do not block the ventilation slots and openings on your SMART Mobile Stand.
Blocking these openings could cause overheating and damage to the unit.
Environmental Requirement
Parameter
Operating Temperature
41°F to 86°F (5°C to 30°C)
Storage Temperature
-40°F to 140°F (-40°C to 60°C)
Humidity
5–80% relative humidity, non-condensing
Water and Fluid Resistance
• Intended for indoor use
• Don’t pour or spray liquids directly
on the electronic components.
Dust
• Moderate dust
• Designed for pollution degree 1 (P1)
as per EN61558-1, which is defined
as “No pollution or only dry
non-conductive pollution”
• Refer to page 67 for instructions
on periodically cleaning your
SMART Mobile Stand.
Conducted and Radiated Emissions
EN55022/CISPR 22, Class B
Flammability Rating
• Plastics: HB
• USB 2.0 cable: UL VW-1/CSA FT4
Quality Assembly
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workmanship standards for
Requirements & Acceptance for Cable
& Wire Harness
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Things to Consider When Assembling Your
SMART Mobile Stand
WARNING
•
Two people are required to safely assemble your SMART Mobile Stand
and to mount or remove your flat-panel display and your SMART Board
interactive display frame or SMART Board for Flat-Panel Displays
interactive overlay.
•
Lock the casters before installing or working with your flat-panel display
on your SMART Mobile Stand, or adjusting its height.
•
To prevent injury, be aware of crush and pinch locations on the product
(marked with the crush symbol) during assembly and use.
•
Do not rest your hand on the stand’s universal mount or under the interactive
product’s pen tray or pencil ledge while adjusting the height of your
SMART Mobile Stand.
•
Use the SMART Mobile Stand’s three grab bars to move the unit.
Do not press, pull or push on the flat-panel display, interactive overlay
or display frame, cabinet, doors, rear access panel plastics or
vertical brackets.
•
Before moving your SMART Mobile Stand, make sure that you unlock the
casters. These casters are designed to roll on common indoor surfaces.
While you move the unit, your view may be partially obstructed.
Be aware of surrounding obstacles.
CAUTION
To prevent damage to your power and extender cables, secure them to your
mobile floor stand as instructed in the SMART Mobile Stand for Interactive
Displays Textless Installation Instructions (document 132293
at www.smarttech.com/support).
NOTES
•
You will require ample work space to assemble your SMART Mobile Stand.
•
Do not set up or use your SMART Mobile Stand in an area with excessive
levels of dust, dirt, humidity or smoke.
•
If you received an IEC power bar with your SMART Mobile Stand and you
need to ground this power bar, use a self-tapping screw (not included)
to secure its ground wire to the base sheet metal of your stand. Use the small
hole located on the right side of the power bar (when viewed from the back)
for this purpose.
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Installing Your Flat-Panel Display on
Your SMART Mobile Stand
WARNING
•
Read the installation instructions published by your flat-panel display’s
manufacturer before installing your flat-panel display on your
SMART Mobile Stand.
•
Make sure that you properly engage and secure the vertical brackets both
to your flat-panel display and to your SMART Mobile Stand as instructed
in the SMART Mobile Stand for Interactive Displays Textless Installation
Instructions (document 132293 at www.smarttech.com/support).
CAUTION
To prevent crushing additional product cables between your flat-panel display
and the SMART Mobile Stand’s speaker panel, follow the path of the installed
cable harness.
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Securing the Clevis Pins When Installing a 60" (152 cm)
or Larger Flat-Panel Display
Follow these instructions if you intend to install a SMART Board for Flat-Panel
Displays interactive overlay with a 60" (152.4 cm) or larger flat-panel display.
CAUTION
To prevent damage to a 60" (152.4 cm) or larger flat-panel display when
it is installed with a SMART Board for Flat-Panel Displays interactive overlay,
make sure that you install the included clevis pin as instructed in this guide.
To secure the two
included clevis pins
1. Rotate your SMART Mobile Stand’s height-adjustment handle to raise your
flat-panel display to its highest position.
2. Insert each of the two included clevis pins as shown in the following illustration,
making sure that the clevis pin ring faces outward.
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Adjusting the Shelves
Your SMART Mobile Stand includes two vertically adjustable shelves. The spacing
of these shelves ranges from 2" to 19" (5.1 cm to 48.3 cm). Consider whether you plan
to install a SMART Hub, DVD/Blu-ray player or VCR in your unit when determining
the best height for these shelves. Typically, you will install your DVD/Blu-ray player on
the top shelf, and then install your VCR on the bottom shelf.
TIP
If you ordered model FSSBID 100H, install your SMART Hub SE240
(see page 38) in your SMART Mobile Stand before you install the shelves.
To determine your model of stand, see page 7.
To adjust the shelving in
your SMART Mobile Stand
1. If the shelves are already installed in your SMART Mobile Stand, remove them
from the cabinet, and then remove the eight shelf clips.
NOTE
If you need instructions for removing your rear access panels,
see steps 1 to 3 in Appendix A: Configuring a Rack Mount on page 69
(or the SMART Mobile Stand for Interactive Displays Textless Installation
Instructions (document 132293 at www.smarttech.com/support).
2. Install four of the included shelf clips at the desired height for the first shelf.
IMPORTANT
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These clips secure to the cabinet’s left and right front rack rails,
rear support tubing and side wall, as shown in the following illustration.
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Ensure that you leave at least 1" (2.5 cm) of space above equipment
for cooling.
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3. Slide the shelf onto the shelf clips, making sure to position the grooves
on the bottom of the shelf so that it snaps in place.
4. Repeat steps 2 and 3 for your second shelf.
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Model FSSBID 100:
Connecting Devices
Inside Your
SMART Mobile
Stand’s Cabinet
This chapter explains how to connect your SMART Mobile Stand FSSBID 100’s
prewired cable harness to your flat-panel display, computer or SMART Hub PE260,
and other devices inside your stand’s cabinet. Your stand’s cable harness provides
centralized cable management with strain relief.
IMPORTANT
Some flat-panel displays require adapter kits, which you can purchase
from your authorized SMART reseller.
This chapter covers:
•
Connecting Your Flat-Panel Display (page 18)
•
Connecting Your Computer (page 21)
•
Connecting Your SMART Hub PE260 (page 23)
•
Connecting a DVD/Blu-ray Player or VCR (page 25)
•
Connecting Your SMART Board interactive display frame (page 28)
•
Connecting Your SMART Board for Flat-Panel Displays Interactive Overlay
(page 32)
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Connecting Your Flat-Panel Display
Follow these instructions to connect the correct cables from your FSSBID 100’s
prewired cable harness to your flat-panel display’s connection panel.
Cable Connections to Your Flat-Panel Display
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1. Connect speaker cables A02 and A03 to your flat-panel display’s
speaker receptacles.
2. Connect the VGA video plug from cable AV01 to your flat-panel display’s VGA
video receptacle.
NOTE
If your flat-panel display has more than one VGA video receptacle, use
the receptacle adjacent or closest to a 3.5 mm audio receptacle.
3. Connect the 3.5 mm stereo audio plug from cable AV01 to an audio receptacle
on your flat-panel display’s connection panel. Typically, this audio receptacle
is beside the VGA connection.
4. Connect the 3.5 mm stereo audio plug from cable A01 to a second audio
receptacle on your flat-panel display’s connection panel.
NOTE
If your flat-panel display’s connection panel has only one 3.5 mm audio
receptacle, contact your authorized SMART reseller to purchase
a 3.5 mm audio Y-adapter cable.
5. Connect cable V01 as follows:
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Connect the red BNC plug to the red BNC receptacle on your flat-panel
display’s connection panel. This receptacle is typically labeled R.
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Connect the green BNC plug to the green BNC receptacle on your flat-panel
display’s connection panel. This receptacle is typically labeled G.
–
Connect the blue BNC plug to the blue BNC receptacle on your flat-panel
display’s connection panel. This receptacle is typically labeled B.
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Connect the white BNC plug to the white BNC receptacle on your flat-panel
display’s connection panel. This receptacle is typically labeled H.
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Connect the yellow BNC plug to the yellow BNC receptacle on your flat-panel
display’s connection panel. This receptacle is typically labeled V.
6. Connect cable AV02 as follows:
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Connect the yellow plug to the yellow RCA receptacle on your flat-panel
display’s connection panel. This receptacle is typically labeled V or VIDEO.
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Connect the red plug to the adjacent red RCA receptacle on your flat-panel
display’s connection panel. This receptacle is typically labeled R.
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Connect the white plug to the adjacent white RCA receptacle on your
flat-panel display’s connection panel. This receptacle is typically labeled L.
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7. Connect cable AV03 as follows:
–
Connect the RGB red video plug to the appropriate red RCA receptacle
on your flat-panel display’s connection panel. This receptacle is typically
labeled Pr or R.
IMPORTANT
Do not confuse the RGB red video plug with the red audio plug.
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Connect the RGB green video plug to the green RCA receptacle on your
flat-panel display’s connection panel. This receptacle is typically labeled
Pb or B.
–
Connect the RGB blue video plug to the blue RCA receptacle on your
flat-panel display’s connection panel. This receptacle is typically labeled
Y or G.
–
Connect the red audio plug to the remaining red RCA receptacle on your
flat-panel display’s connection panel. This receptacle is typically
labeled R.
–
Connect the white audio plug to the remaining white RCA receptacle on your
flat-panel display’s connection panel. This receptacle is typically labeled L.
8. Connect your SMART Mobile Stand’s prewired power cable to your flat-panel
display’s power receptacle.
9. Connect the other end of this cable to an available receptacle on your
SMART Mobile Stand’s power bar.
IMPORTANT
•
Your flat-panel display won’t look exactly like the one shown on page 18.
•
Some flat-panel displays require audio/video adapters, which you can
purchase from your authorized SMART reseller.
•
If you intend to install a Blu-ray player, you can purchase a separate HDMI
cable to replace cable AV03. Install this HDMI cable along the same path
as cable AV03, and then connect it to similar points.
NOTE
Don’t connect your SMART Mobile Stand to a power outlet before you install
the rear access panels (page 58).
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Connecting Your Computer
Your SMART Mobile Stand includes dedicated space for a tower computer
behind the left cabinet door when your stand is configured for standard shelving.
Internal connections provide support for VGA video, 3.5 mm stereo audio,
USB for interactive product touch control, and two additional USB devices.
WARNING
You must connect the USB cable that came with your SMART Mobile Stand
to a computer that has a USB 2.0 compliant interface and that bears the
USB logo. In addition, the USB source computer must be compliant with
CSA/UL/EN 60950 and bear the CE mark and CSA and/or UL Mark(s)
for CAS/UL 60950. This is for operating safety.
IMPORTANT
SMART recommends that you have at least three USB receptacles on your
computer to connect it to your SMART Mobile Stand. If your computer has fewer
than three available USB receptacles, you need a USB hub (not included)
to connect your computer to your stand. Contact your authorized SMART reseller
to order a recommended USB hub.
The following procedure refers to these cables, which are prewired and included
in your SMART Mobile Stand’s cable harness:
VGA (Video) Male Cable
3.5 mm Stereo Audio Plug
NOTES
•
The VGA male cable and the 3.5 mm stereo audio cable are joined
and marked AV01 in the prewired cable harness.
•
You previously connected the other end of these cables to your
flat-panel display (page 19).
Three USB A Male Plugs
Marked C01, C02 and C03
(Prewired to Your SMART Mobile Stand’s
Connection Panel)
RJ45 Male Plug
Marked N01
(Prewired to Your SMART Mobile Stand’s
Connection Panel)
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1. Connect the VGA video plug from cable AV01 in the prewired cable harness
to your computer’s VGA video receptacle.
NOTES
–
Your computer might have more than one VGA video receptacle.
If this is the case, refer to the documentation included with your computer
to determine the correct receptacle.
–
If your computer has only DVI receptacles, you likely received a DVI
to VGA adapter (or video card) with your computer, which enables you
to use the DVI connection. If you require a DVI to VGA adapter, you can
purchase one from an electronics or computer store.
2. Connect the 3.5 mm stereo audio plug from cable AV01 in the prewired cable
harness to your computer’s audio output receptacle.
NOTES
–
This audio receptacle is typically green, and is often marked with an insert
arrow or the audio waves symbol
. If you’re unable to locate this
receptacle, refer to the documentation included with your computer
for more information.
–
You previously connected the other end of this cable to your
flat-panel display (see page 19).
3. Connect each of the three USB A male plugs from cables C01, C02
and C03 in the prewired cable harness to an available USB receptacle
on your computer.
OR
If your computer has only two available USB receptacles, connect the A male plug
from the USB cable marked C01 to one receptacle, connect a USB hub (not
included) to the second receptacle, and then connect the A male plugs from the
USB cables marked C02 and C03 to the USB hub.
OR
If your computer has only one available USB receptacle, connect a USB hub
(not included) to the receptacle, and then connect all three USB A male plugs to
the USB hub.
NOTE
If you require a USB hub to connect cables C01, C02 and C03 to your
computer, your authorized SMART reseller can recommend a part.
4. Connect RJ45 cable N01 to your computer’s network/LAN receptacle
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5. Connect your computer’s power cable (not included with your
SMART Mobile Stand) to an available receptacle on your stand’s power bar.
TIP
Coil and bundle the cable with the included hook-and-loop fastener strap.
Connecting Your SMART Hub PE260
If you connect your SMART Mobile Stand to a SMART Hub PE260 instead of
a computer, install your SMART Hub PE260 in the dedicated space for a tower
computer behind the left cabinet door (when your stand is configured for
standard shelving).
For more information about using your SMART Hub PE260, refer to the SMART Hub
PE260 Configuration Guide (document 127260 at www.smarttech.com/support).
NOTE
If you want to connect a SMART Hub SE240 to your SMART Mobile Stand,
contact your authorized SMART reseller for more information.
To connect your
SMART Mobile Stand
to a SMART Hub PE260
1. Follow the installation instructions included in the SMART Hub PE260 Textless
Installation Instructions (document 127261 at www.smarttech.com/support).
TIP
You might find it easier to complete this connection procedure before
securing your SMART Hub PE260 to your SMART Mobile Stand’s cabinet.
2. Connect the VGA video plug from cable AV01 in the prewired cable harness
to your SMART Hub’s VGA video receptacle, marked Primary.
NOTE
You previously connected the other end of this cable to your
flat-panel display (see page 19).
3. Connect the 3.5 mm stereo audio plug from cable AV01 in the prewired
cable harness to your SMART Hub’s audio input receptacle, marked
with the audio waves symbol
.
4. Connect each of the three USB A male plugs from cables C01, C02
and C03 in the prewired cable harness to an available USB receptacle
on your SMART Hub, marked with the USB symbol
.
5. Connect RJ45 cable N01 to your SMART Hub’s network/LAN receptacle 1
.
6. Connect your SMART Hub’s power cable (included with your SMART Hub PE260)
to an available receptacle on your SMART Mobile Stand’s power bar.
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TIP
Coil and bundle the cable with the included hook-and-loop fastener strap.
NOTE
Don’t connect your SMART Mobile Stand to a power outlet before you install
the rear access panels (page 58).
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Connecting a DVD/Blu-ray Player or VCR
Your SMART Mobile Stand supports audiovisual devices, including a DVD/Blu-ray
player or VCR. Internal connections provide support for a component video device
with stereo audio, and a composite video device with stereo audio.
CAUTION
If you install additional audio or video cables other than those provided with your
SMART Mobile Stand, SMART Board interactive display frame, SMART Board
for Flat-Panel Displays interactive overlay, or as part of an adapter kit, SMART
assumes no responsibility and you are solely responsible for any damage
incurred to your SMART Mobile Stand, its cabling or other devices.
IMPORTANT
•
The following procedures are generic instructions, and your DVD or Blu-ray
player or VCR’s connection panel might not resemble the illustrations or color
codes referenced in this guide. Refer to the documentation included with your
device for specific connection instructions.
•
For some DVD and Blu-ray players, you might choose to purchase a separate
HDMI cable to replace cable AV03. Install this HDMI cable along the same
path as cable AV03. See page 12 for details on connecting the other end of
this cable to your flat-panel display.
TIPS
•
Install your DVD or Blu-ray player on the top shelf or highest rack mount
position in your SMART Mobile Stand’s cabinet.
•
Install your VCR on the lowest shelf in your SMART Mobile Stand’s cabinet.
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1. Connect the five-plug RCA cable AV03, or your
HDMI cable, as follows:
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Connect the RGB red video plug to your DVD
or Blu-ray player’s appropriate red receptacle,
which is typically labeled Pr or R.
IMPORTANT
Do not confuse the RGB red video plug
with the red audio plug.
–
Connect the RGB blue video plug to your DVD
or Blu-ray player’s blue receptacle, which is
typically labeled Pb or B.
Cable
AV03
–
Connect the RGB green video plug to your
DVD or Blu-ray player’s green receptacle,
which is typically labeled Y or G.
–
Connect the red audio plug to your DVD or Blu-ray player’s remaining red
receptacle, which is typically labeled R.
–
Connect the white audio plug to your DVD or Blu-ray player’s white
receptacle, which is typically labeled L.
NOTE
You previously connected the other end of this cable to your
flat-panel display (see page 20).
2. Connect your DVD or Blu-ray player’s power cable (not included with your
SMART Mobile Stand) to an available receptacle on your SMART Mobile Stand’s
power bar.
TIP
Coil and bundle the cable with the included hook-and-loop fastener strap.
NOTE
Don’t connect your SMART Mobile Stand to a power outlet before you install
the rear access panels (page 58).
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1. Connect the three-plug RCA cable AV02 as follows:
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Connect the yellow plug to your VCR’s yellow
receptacle, which is typically labeled V or VIDEO.
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Connect the red audio plug to your VCR’s
appropriate red receptacle, which is typically
labeled R.
–
Connect the white audio plug to your VCR’s
appropriate white receptacle, which is typically
labeled L.
NOTE
You previously connected the other end of this cable
to your flat-panel display (see page 19).
Cable
AV02
2. Connect your VCR’s power cable (not included) to an available receptacle
on your SMART Mobile Stand’s power bar.
TIP
Coil and bundle the cable with the included hook-and-loop fastener strap.
NOTE
Don’t connect your SMART Mobile Stand to a power outlet before you install
the rear access panels (page 58).
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Connecting Your SMART Board interactive
display frame
This section describes how to connect your SMART Board interactive display frame’s
controller box to your SMART Mobile Stand (instead of directly to a computer).
Refer to the SMART Board interactive display frame Installation and User’s Guide
(document 125254 at www.smarttech.com/support) for general instructions
on installing your SMART Board interactive display frame on your flat-panel display.
NOTE
You don’t need the USB cable included with your SMART Board interactive
display frame to complete the following procedure.
To connect your
interactive display frame
1. Rotate your SMART Mobile Stand’s height-adjustment handle to raise
your flat-panel display to its highest position.
2. Working inside your SMART Mobile Stand’s cabinet from the back, secure your
SMART Board interactive display frame’s controller box to the mounting holes
on the left side of the connection panel with the four screws included in your
stand’s accessory kit.
IMPORTANT
Ensure that the controller box’s LEDs face downward.
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3. Connect your SMART Board interactive display frame’s power cable to your
interactive display frame’s power supply.
4. Connect the cable from your SMART Board interactive display frame’s
power supply to the controller box.
TIP
Route this cable up the cabinet’s rear support tube and behind the hydraulic
pump, leaving enough slack to create a strain relief loop.
5. Connect the other end to an available receptacle on your SMART Mobile Stand’s
power bar, and then coil and bundle any excess cable.
TIP
Place the power supply’s transformer box next to the power bar, on the floor
of your SMART Mobile Stand’s cabinet.
6. Remove the plastic cable tie from the USB B male cable (marked C04)
in your prewired cable harness, and then connect this cable to the USB receptacle
on your interactive display frame’s controller box.
NOTE
The other end of cable C04 is prewired to your SMART Mobile Stand’s
connection panel (which connects to your computer or SMART Hub).
USB B Cable C04
TIP
–
Leave enough slack in this cable to create a strain relief loop.
–
Use a plastic cable tie to fasten this cable to the clip on the inside
of your SMART Mobile Stand’s speaker panel, as illustrated on page 31.
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7. Route your interactive display frame’s camera cables through the connection
panel from the right side, up your SMART Mobile Stand’s prewired cable harness,
down behind the speaker panel and along the inside edge of the pencil ledge,
as shown page 31.
TIPS
–
To route the camera cables, remove the plastic cable ties securing the
cable harness to your SMART Mobile Stand’s top horizontal mounting bar,
remove the nylon sleeve, and then loosen all the hook-and-loop
fastener straps.
–
Remove each plastic cable tie by pressing down on the plastic tab
while you pull the tie backward.
–
After you route the camera cables, secure them together with the rest
of the cables with the hook-and-loop fastener straps and nylon sleeve,
and then secure the cable bundle to the top horizontal mounting bar
with the plastic cables ties.
8. Connect the camera cables to your frame’s bottom corner blocks.
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9. Route the other end of the camera cables back through the connection panel from
right to left, and then connect them to your SMART Board interactive display
frame’s controller box, coiling the excess cable and fastening it to the speaker
panel with cable ties, as shown below.
TIP
Leave some slack throughout the length of these cables. Don’t pull them tight.
Cable Connections to Your SMART Board Interactive Display Frame
Route camera cables up
your SMART Mobile Stand’s
prewired cable harness,
down behind the speaker
panel and along the inside
edge of the pencil ledge.
Camera
Camera
Speaker Panel
Power Cable to
Your Controller Box
with Strain Relief Loop
Coil and fasten the
excess camera cables
to the clips on the
speaker panel
with plastic cable ties.
Connect USB Cable C04
to the controller box,
creating a strain relief loop,
and then fasten it to a clip
on the speaker panel
with a plastic cable tie.
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IMPORTANT
Ensure that your SMART Board interactive display frame is functioning correctly
before you install the rear access panels on your SMART Mobile Stand
(see page 58). Connect your SMART Mobile Stand temporarily to a power outlet
while you check your interactive display frame.
Connecting Your SMART Board
for Flat-Panel Displays Interactive Overlay
This section describes how to connect your SMART Board for Flat-Panel Displays
interactive overlay to your SMART Mobile Stand (instead of directly to a computer).
Refer to the SMART Board for Flat-Panel Displays Installation Guide: Corner Brackets
(document 769 at www.smarttech.com/support) for general instructions on installing
your interactive overlay on your flat-panel display.
IMPORTANT
You need adapter AD09 to install your SMART Board for Flat-Panel Displays
interactive overlay. Purchase this adapter (Part No. ADP USB AB) from your
authorized SMART reseller.
USB A Female to
USB B Female
Adapter AD09
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Cable Connections to Your Interactive Overlay
Power Cable to Your
SMART Board
for Flat-Panel Displays
Interactive Overlay’s
Pen Tray
Cable C04
Power Cable to Power Supply
Coil the DB9 to
USB adapter
cable’s excess
length, fasten it
to a clip on the
speaker panel
with a plastic
cable tie, and
then secure this
adapter cable to
cable C04 with
another plastic
cable tie.
USB A to B Adapter AD09
To connect your
interactive overlay
1. Working inside your SMART Mobile Stand’s cabinet from the back, secure
your interactive overlay’s power supply to the two mounting holes directly
to the right of the connection panel, using plastic cable ties.
IMPORTANT
Position this power supply so that the power cable is on the left side.
2. Connect the power cable and connector from this power supply to your
interactive overlay’s power port.
TIPS
–
Route this power cable through your SMART Mobile Stand’s connection
panel and up the prewired cable harness.
–
Leave some slack throughout the length of this cable. Don’t pull it tight.
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3. Connect the DB9 end of the SMART DB9 to USB adapter cable (included with
your SMART Board for Flat-Panel Displays interactive overlay) to your pen tray,
ensuring that you can still easily access the USB A plug at the other end.
TIPS
–
First route this adapter cable through your SMART Mobile Stand’s
connection panel and up the prewired cable harness.
–
Leave some slack throughout the length of this cable. Don’t pull it tight.
–
Coil the excess cable and fasten it to the lower right clip on your
SMART Mobile Stand’s speaker panel with plastic cable ties.
4. Connect the USB plug that you left accessible in the previous step to the
USB A receptacle of adapter AD09, which you purchased for your
SMART Mobile Stand (as shown on page 32).
NOTE
Don’t connect the SMART DB9 to USB adapter cable included with
your SMART Board for Flat-Panel Displays interactive overlay to your
computer, as instructed in the SMART Board for Flat-Panel Displays
Installation Guide.
5. If you’ve connected either a computer or a SMART Hub
PE260 to your SMART Mobile Stand, remove the plastic
cable tie from the USB B male cable (marked C04) in
your SMART Mobile Stand’s prewired cable harness, and
then connect it to the other end of the adapter
that you purchased for your unit (as shown on page 32).
NOTE
The other end of cable C04 is prewired to your
SMART Mobile Stand’s connection panel.
USB B Cable C04
TIP
Secure cable C04 to the SMART DB9 to USB adapter cable included
with your interactive overlay with a plastic cable tie.
6. Connect your interactive overlay’s power cable (included with your interactive
overlay) to the right side of its power supply.
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7. Route the power cable through the connection panel from right to left, behind
the hydraulic pump and down the cabinet’s rear support tube, and then connect
the other end to an available receptacle on your SMART Mobile Stand’s
power bar.
TIP
Coil and bundle the excess cable with the included hook-and-loop
fastener strap.
NOTES
•
Don’t connect your SMART Mobile Stand to a power outlet before you install
the rear access panels (page 58).
•
If you move your SMART Mobile Stand with a SMART Board for Flat-Panel
Displays interactive overlay installed, secure the pens in the pen tray so that
they don’t fall out.
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Model FSSBID 100H:
Connecting Devices
Inside Your
SMART Mobile
Stand’s Cabinet
This chapter explains how to connect your SMART Mobile Stand FSSBID 100H’s
prewired cable harness to your flat-panel display, SMART Hub SE240, computer,
and other devices inside your stand’s cabinet. Your stand’s cable harness provides
centralized cable management with strain relief.
IMPORTANT
Some flat-panel displays require adapter kits, which you can purchase
from your authorized SMART reseller.
This chapter covers:
•
Installing Your SMART Hub SE240 (page 38)
•
Connecting Your Flat-Panel Display (page 41)
•
Connecting Your SMART Hub SE240 (page 43)
•
Connecting Your Computer (page 46)
•
Connecting a DVD/Blu-ray Player or VCR (page 48)
•
Connecting Your SMART Board interactive display frame (page 50)
•
Connecting Your SMART Board for Flat-Panel Displays Interactive Overlay
(page 55)
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Installing Your SMART Hub SE240
Perform the following procedure to install a SMART Hub SE240 in your
FSSBID 100H’s cabinet, using the washers and screws that you received
with your stand.
IMPORTANT
To install your
SMART Hub SE240
–
Do not follow the installation instructions included with your
SMART Hub SE240.
–
When you configure your SMART Mobile Stand for a rack mount,
you can also install your SMART Hub SE240 in the top rack mount position
(see Configuring a Rack Mount on page 69).
1. If the shelves are already installed in your SMART Mobile Stand, remove them
from the cabinet, and then remove the eight shelf clips.
2×
8×
NOTE
If you need instructions for removing your rear access panels,
see steps 1 to 3 in Appendix A: Configuring a Rack Mount on page 69.
2. Align the base of a SMART Hub SE240 mounting bracket to the top of the
front left corner and rear right corner of your hub (when viewed from its
connection face), as shown in the following image.
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3. Using a Phillips® No. 2 screwdriver, secure these mounting brackets using four
of the screws included with your SMART Hub SE240, as shown.
NOTE
You don’t need the other two L-brackets and four screws included
with your hub.
4. Working inside your SMART Mobile Stand’s cabinet from the rear, position your
SMART Hub SE240 against the cabinet’s top panel, aligning the holes in the
mounting brackets to the four pilot holes drilled in the top of the cabinet, as shown.
Pilot Holes
(Drilled in Cabinet’s
Top Panel)
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5. Using a Phillips No. 2 screwdriver, secure your SMART Hub SE240 to your
SMART Mobile Stand’s cabinet with the four washers and four screws included
in your stand’s accessory kit, as shown.
4×
NOTE
Don’t over-tighten these screws.
6. Replace the shelves that you removed in step 1.
TIPS
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Ensure that you leave at least 1" (2.5 cm) of space between equipment
for cooling.
–
For more information on adjusting the shelves in your SMART Mobile
Stand’s cabinet, see page 14.
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Connecting Your Flat-Panel Display
Follow these instructions to connect the correct cables from your
FSSBID 100H’s prewired cable harness to your flat-panel display’s connection panel.
Cable Connections to Your Flat-Panel Display
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Cable
Receptacles
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1. Connect speaker cables A02 and A03 to your flat-panel display’s
speaker receptacles.
2. Connect the VGA video plug from cable V04 to your flat-panel display’s
VGA video receptacle.
3. Connect the 3.5 mm stereo audio plug from cable A04 to an audio receptacle
on your flat-panel display’s connection panel.
4. Connect the SMART Mobile Stand’s prewired power cable to your flat-panel
display’s power receptacle.
5. Connect the other end of this cable to an available receptacle on your
SMART Mobile Stand’s power bar.
IMPORTANT
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Your flat-panel display won’t look exactly like the one shown on page 41.
•
Some flat-panel displays require audio/video adapters, which you can
purchase from your authorized SMART reseller.
•
Don’t connect your SMART Mobile Stand to a power outlet before you install
the rear access panels (page 58).
3.5 mm 3 × RCA
Stereo Cable AV02
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Connecting Your SMART Hub SE240
2 × RCA
USB Cables
Cable A04 C01, C02, C03
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Adapter AD08
DVI Male
Cable V04
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Perform the following procedure to connect a SMART Hub SE240
to your SMART Mobile Stand.
NOTE
You require a USB A to USB B cable (not included) if you’re installing a computer
with your SMART Hub SE240.
To connect your
SMART Hub SE240
1. Connect the 3.5 stereo audio plug from cable A01 to your SMART Hub’s
Computer Audio receptacle, marked 1.
2. Connect the three-plug RCA cable AV02 included in your SMART Mobile Stand’s
accessory kit as follows:
–
Connect the yellow plug to your SMART Hub’s Composite Video
RCA receptacle.
–
Connect the red plug to the adjacent Audio In RCA receptacle, marked R.
–
Connect the white plug to the adjacent Audio In RCA receptacle, marked L.
3. Connect the two-plug RCA cable A04 as follows:
–
Connect the red plug to your SMART Hub’s Audio Out RCA receptacle,
marked R.
–
Connect the white plug to your SMART Hub’s Audio Out RCA receptacle,
marked L.
NOTE
You previously connected the other end of this cable to your
flat-panel display (see page 42).
4. Connect the two-plug RCA cable A05 included in your SMART Mobile Stand’s
accessory kit as follows:
–
Connect the red audio plug to your SMART Hub’s remaining Audio In
RCA receptacle, marked R.
–
Connect the white audio plug to your SMART Hub’s remaining Audio In
RCA receptacle, marked L.
5. Connect S-Video cable V02 included in your SMART Mobile Stand’s accessory kit
to your hub’s S-Video receptacle.
6. Connect DVI cable V03 in the prewired cable harness inside the cabinet of your
SMART Mobile Stand to your hub’s Video In receptacle (marked Computer 1).
7. Connect DVI cable V04 to your SMART Hub’s DVI receptacle, marked Video Out.
NOTE
You previously connected the other end of this cable to your
flat-panel display (see page 42).
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8. Connect each of the three USB A male plugs from cables C01, C02
and C03 in the prewired cable harness inside the cabinet of your
SMART Mobile Stand to an available USB A receptacle on your
SMART Hub, marked USB.
9. Remove the plastic cable tie from the USB B male cable (marked C04) in your
SMART Mobile Stand’s prewired cable harness, and then connect this cable to
the USB B receptacle marked Computer 1 on your SMART Hub SE240.
10. If you intend to install a SMART Board interactive display frame on your
SMART Mobile Stand, connect the USB A plug of the USB cable included with
your interactive display frame to an available USB A receptacle
on your SMART Hub SE240.
OR
If you intend to install a SMART Board for Flat-Panel Displays interactive overlay
with your SMART Mobile Stand, connect the USB A plug of the SMART
DB9 to USB adapter cable included with your interactive overlay to an available
USB A receptacle on your SMART Hub SE240.
TIP
Route the other end of this cable up the cabinet’s rear support tube
and behind the hydraulic pump.
11. Connect RJ45 cable N01 to your SMART Hub’s network/LAN receptacle,
marked Network.
If you’re installing a computer with your SMART Hub SE240, complete the
following steps. Otherwise, see To finish installing your SMART Hub SE240
on page 45.
To connect your
SMART Hub SE240
to a computer
1. Connect the DVI A connector of adapter AD08 included with your
SMART Hub SE240 to your SMART Hub’s remaining Video In receptacle
(marked Computer 2), and then connect the VGA video plug from cable AV05
included in your SMART Mobile Stand’s accessory kit to adapter AD08’s
VGA video receptacle.
2. Connect the 3.5 mm stereo audio plug from cable AV05 to your SMART Hub
SE240’s remaining Computer Audio receptacle, marked 2.
3. Connect a USB A to USB B cable (not included) to the remaining
USB B receptacle marked Computer 2 on your hub.
To finish installing
your SMART Hub SE240
1. Connect your SMART Hub SE240’s power cable (included with your hub)
to the receptacle marked 12V DC, and then connect the other end to a
free receptacle on your SMART Mobile Stand’s power bar.
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TIP
Coil and bundle the cable with the included hook-and-loop fastener strap.
2. Replace the shelves in your SMART Mobile Stand’s cabinet. See page 14
for details on installing the shelves in your SMART Mobile Stand.
Connecting Your Computer
If you choose to install a computer with your SMART Hub SE240, your
SMART Mobile Stand includes dedicated space for a tower computer behind
the left cabinet door when your stand is configured for standard shelving.
Internal connections provide support for VGA video, 3.5 mm stereo audio,
USB for interactive product touch control, and two additional USB devices.
IMPORTANT
•
You must connect your SMART Hub SE240 to your computer (page 45)
before you complete the following procedure.
•
The following procedure refers to these cables, which you previously
connected to your SMART Hub SE240 (page 43):
VGA (Video) Male Cable
3.5 mm Stereo Audio Plug
USB A Male Plug
from USB A to USB B Cable
(Not Included)
NOTE
The VGA male cable and the 3.5 mm stereo audio cable are joined
and marked AV05.
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1. Connect the VGA video plug from cable AV05 to your computer’s VGA
video receptacle.
NOTES
–
Your computer might have more than one VGA video receptacle.
If this is the case, refer to the documentation included with your computer
to determine the correct receptacle.
–
If your computer has only DVI receptacles, you likely received a DVI
to VGA adapter (or video card) with your computer, which enables you
to use the DVI connection. If you require a DVI to VGA adapter, you can
usually purchase one from an electronics or computer store.
–
You previously connected the other end of this cable to your
SMART Hub SE240 (see page 45).
2. Connect the 3.5 mm stereo audio plug from cable AV05 to your computer’s audio
output receptacle.
NOTE
This audio receptacle is typically green, and is often marked with an insert
arrow or the audio waves symbol
. If you’re unable to locate this
receptacle, refer to the documentation included with your computer for
more information.
3. Connect the USB A male plug of the USB A to USB B cable
(not included) that you previously connected to your SMART Hub SE240
to an available USB receptacle on your computer (see page 45).
4. Connect your computer’s power cable (not included with your SMART Mobile
Stand) to an available receptacle on your stand’s power bar.
TIP
Coil and bundle the cable with the included hook-and-loop fastener strap.
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Connecting a DVD/Blu-ray Player or VCR
Your SMART Mobile Stand supports audiovisual devices, including a DVD/Blu-ray
player or VCR. Internal connections provide support for an S-video device with stereo
audio, and a composite video device with stereo audio.
CAUTION
If you install additional audio or video cables other than those provided with your
SMART Mobile Stand, SMART Board interactive display frame, SMART Board
for Flat-Panel Displays interactive overlay, or as part of an adapter kit, SMART
assumes no responsibility and you are solely responsible for any damage
incurred to your SMART Mobile Stand, its cabling or other devices.
IMPORTANT
•
The following procedures are generic instructions, and your DVD or Blu-ray
player or VCR’s connection panel might not resemble the illustrations or color
codes referenced in this guide. Refer to the documentation included with your
device for specific connection instructions.
•
For some DVD and Blu-ray players, you might choose to purchase a separate
HDMI cable to replace cables A05 and V02. Install this HDMI cable along
the same path as cables A05 and V02. See page 41 for details on connecting
the other end of these cables to your flat-panel display.
TIPS
To connect your
DVD/Blu-ray player
•
Install your DVD or Blu-ray player on the top shelf, or the second highest
rack mount position.
•
Install your VCR on the lowest shelf in your SMART Mobile Stand’s cabinet.
1. Connect the two-plug RCA cable A05, or your HDMI
cable, as follows:
–
Connect the red audio plug to your DVD
or Blu-ray player’s appropriate red receptacle,
which is typically labeled R.
–
Connect the white audio plug to your DVD
or Blu-ray player’s white receptacle,
which is typically labeled L.
NOTE
You previously connected the other end of this
cable to your SMART Hub SE240 (see page 44).
S-Video
Male
2 × RCA Cable
Cable A05 V02
2. Connect S-Video cable V02 to the appropriate receptacle on your DVD
or Blu-ray player. This receptacle is typically labeled S-Video.
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NOTE
You previously connected the other end of this cable to your
SMART Hub SE240 (see page 44).
3. Connect your DVD or Blu-ray player’s power cable (not included) to an available
receptacle on your SMART Mobile Stand’s power bar.
TIP
Coil and bundle the cable with the included hook-and-loop fastener strap.
NOTE
Don’t connect your SMART Mobile Stand to a power outlet before you install
the rear access panels (page 58).
To connect
your VCR
1. Connect the three-plug RCA cable AV02 as follows:
–
Connect the yellow plug to your VCR’s yellow
receptacle, which is typically labeled V or VIDEO.
–
Connect the red audio plug to your VCR’s
appropriate red receptacle, which is typically
labeled R.
–
Connect the white audio plug to your VCR’s white
receptacle, which is typically labeled L.
NOTE
You previously connected the other end of this cable
to your SMART Hub SE240 (see page 44).
Cable
AV02
2. Connect your VCR’s power cable (not included) to an
available receptacle on your SMART Mobile Stand’s power bar.
TIP
Coil and bundle the cable with the included hook-and-loop fastener strap.
NOTE
Don’t connect your SMART Mobile Stand to a power outlet before you install
the rear access panels (page 58).
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Connecting Your SMART Board interactive
display frame
This section describes how to connect your SMART Board interactive display frame’s
controller box to your SMART Mobile Stand (instead of directly to a computer).
Refer to the SMART Board interactive display frame Installation and User’s Guide
(document 125254 at www.smarttech.com/support) for general instructions on
installing your SMART Board interactive display frame on your flat-panel display.
To connect your
interactive display frame
1. Rotate your SMART Mobile Stand’s height-adjustment handle to raise
your flat-panel display frame to its highest position.
2. Working inside your SMART Mobile Stand’s cabinet from the back, secure your
SMART Board interactive display frame’s controller box to the mounting holes
on the left side of the connection panel with the four screws included in your
stand’s accessory kit.
IMPORTANT
Ensure that the controller box’s LEDs face downward.
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3. Connect your SMART Board interactive display frame’s power cable to your
interactive display frame’s power supply.
4. Connect the cable from your SMART Board interactive display frame’s
power supply to the controller box.
TIP
Route this cable up the cabinet’s rear support tube and behind the hydraulic
pump, leaving enough slack to create a strain relief loop.
5. Connect the other end to an available receptacle on your SMART Mobile Stand’s
power bar, and then coil and bundle any excess cable.
TIP
Place the power supply’s transformer box next to the power bar, on the floor
of your SMART Mobile Stand’s cabinet.
6. Connect the USB cable included with your SMART Board interactive display
frame to the USB receptacle on your interactive display frame’s controller box.
NOTE
You previously connected the other end of this cable to your
SMART Hub SE240 (see page 45).
USB B Plug
TIP
Coil the excess cable, and then fasten it to a clip on the inside
of your SMART Mobile Stand’s speaker panel, as illustrated on page 53.
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7. Route your interactive display frame’s camera cables through the connection
panel from the right side, up your SMART Mobile Stand’s prewired cable harness,
down behind the speaker panel and along the inside edge of the pencil ledge,
as shown on page 53.
TIPS
–
To route the camera cables, remove the plastic cable ties securing the
cable harness to your SMART Mobile Stand’s top horizontal mounting bar,
remove the nylon sleeve, and then loosen all the hook-and-loop fastener
straps.
–
Remove each plastic cable tie by pressing down on the plastic tab
while you pull the tie backward.
–
After you route the camera cables, secure them together with the rest
of the cables with the hook-and-loop fastener straps and nylon sleeve,
and then secure the cable bundle to the top horizontal mounting bar
with the plastic cable ties.
8. Connect the camera cables to your frame’s bottom corner blocks.
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9. Route the other end of the camera cables back through the connection panel
from right to left, and then connect them to your SMART Board interactive display
frame’s controller box, coiling the excess cable and fastening it to the speaker
panel with cable ties, as shown on page 53.
TIP
Leave some slack throughout the length of these cables. Don’t pull them tight.
Cable Connections to Your SMART Board interactive display frame
Route camera cables up
your SMART Mobile Stand’s
prewired cable harness,
down behind the speaker
panel and along the inside
edge of the pencil ledge.
Camera
Camera
Speaker Panel
Power Cable to
Your Controller Box
with Strain Relief Loop
Coil and fasten the excess
camera cables to the clips
on the speaker panel
with plastic cable ties.
Connect the USB cable included
with your interactive display
frame to the controller box, coil
the excess cable, and then fasten
it to the clip on the speaker panel
with a plastic cable tie.
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IMPORTANT
Ensure that your SMART Board interactive display frame is functioning correctly
before you install the rear access panels on your SMART Mobile Stand
(see page 58). Connect your SMART Mobile Stand temporarily to a power outlet
while you check your interactive display frame.
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Connecting Your SMART Board
for Flat-Panel Displays Interactive Overlay
This section describes how to connect your SMART Board for Flat-Panel Displays
interactive overlay to your SMART Mobile Stand (instead of directly to a computer).
Refer to the SMART Board for Flat-Panel Displays Installation Guide: Corner Brackets
(document 769 at www.smarttech.com/support) for general instructions on installing
your interactive overlay on your flat-panel display.
Cable Connections to Your Interactive Overlay
Power Cable to Your
SMART Board
for Flat-Panel Displays
Interactive Overlay’s
Pen Tray
Hook-and-Loop Fastener Strap
Loosen the hook-and-loop
fastener strap below the
connection panel, coil the
DB9 to USB adapter cable’s
excess length, and then
secure it with the
hook-and-loop
fastener strap.
Power Cable to Power Supply
To connect your
interactive overlay
1. Working inside your SMART Mobile Stand’s cabinet from the back, secure
your interactive overlay’s power supply to the two mounting holes directly
to the right of the connection panel, using plastic cable ties.
IMPORTANT
Position this power supply so that the power cable is on the left side.
2. Connect the power cable and connector from this power supply to your
interactive overlay’s power port.
TIPS
–
Route this power cable through your SMART Mobile Stand’s connection
panel and up the prewired cable harness.
–
Leave some slack throughout the length of this cable. Don’t pull it tight.
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3. Connect the DB9 end of the SMART DB9 to USB adapter cable (included with
your SMART Board for Flat-Panel Displays interactive overlay) to your pen tray.
NOTE
You already connected the other end of this cable to your
SMART Hub SE240 (page 43).
TIP
–
Route this adapter cable through your SMART Mobile Stand’s connection
panel and up the prewired cable harness, leaving some slack throughout
the length of it.
–
Loosen the hook-and-loop fastener strap securing cables below the
connection panel, coil the DB9 to USB adapter cable’s excess length, and
then secure it together with the rest of the cables with the hook-and-loop
fastener strap.
4. Connect your interactive overlay’s power cable (included with your interactive
overlay) to the right side of its power supply.
5. Route the power cable through the connection panel from right to left, behind
the hydraulic pump and down the cabinet’s rear support tube, and then connect
the other end to an available receptacle on your SMART Mobile Stand’s
power bar.
TIP
Coil and bundle the excess cable with the included hook-and-loop
fastener strap.
NOTES
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Don’t connect your SMART Mobile Stand to a power outlet before you install
the rear access panels (page 58).
•
If you move your SMART Mobile Stand with a SMART Board for Flat-Panel
Displays interactive overlay installed, secure the pens in the pen tray so that
they don’t fall out.
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Completing Your
Installation and
Connecting Other
Products to Your
SMART Mobile
Stand
Your SMART Mobile Stand integrates with a guest laptop computer,
SMART Document Camera, SMART Response (formerly Senteo) interactive
response system and other peripheral devices.
This chapter includes precautions to follow and methods to use when connecting
a new device to your SMART Mobile Stand.
IMPORTANT
When connecting other SMART products to your SMART Mobile Stand,
refer to the documentation included with these accessories and consult
the SMART Support website for additional instructions.
Topics covered in this chapter include:
•
Installing the Rear Access Panels on Your SMART Mobile Stand (page 58)
•
The Connection Panel (page 59)
•
Connecting a Guest Laptop Computer (page 61)
•
Connecting Your SMART Document Camera (page 63)
•
Connecting Your SMART Response (formerly Senteo) Interactive Response
System Receiver (page 64)
•
Connecting Other USB Devices (page 66)
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Installing the Rear Access Panels on Your
SMART Mobile Stand
After you connect your computer or SMART Hub, and perhaps your DVD/Blu-ray
player or VCR, to your SMART Mobile Stand, reinstall the rear access panels
on your unit.
To install the rear
access panels
1. Replace the upper rear panel that you removed from your SMART Mobile Stand,
secure the bottom two screws with the included security TORX® key, and then
secure the top two screws with a Phillips No. 2 screwdriver.
2. Replace the lower rear panel that you removed, and then secure all four screws
with the included security TORX key.
A
B
CAUTION
Take care to properly route the power cables through the two cutouts
in the bottom of the lower rear panel so that you do not damage the cables.
3. Connect your SMART Mobile Stand’s power cable to a power outlet.
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The Connection Panel
The audiovisual connection panel on the back of your SMART Mobile Stand enables
you to connect your computer to your flat-panel display. This panel also makes it easy
for you to connect guest laptop computers, your SMART Document Camera, your
SMART Response (formerly Senteo) interactive response system receiver and other
USB devices. When you want to move your SMART Mobile Stand, you can easily
disconnect cables from this panel. See starting on page 61 for details about
connecting a guest laptop computer or other SMART products to your unit.
NOTES
•
You must connect your SMART Mobile Stand to a computer
or a SMART Hub to use all the features of the connection panel.
•
You already connected both ends of the included 6' (2 m) USB A male
to USB B male cable (marked C05) to your SMART Mobile Stand’s
connection panel, as instructed in the SMART Mobile Stand for Interactive
Displays Textless Installation Instructions (document 132293 at
www.smarttech.com/support). This external cable isn’t part of your
SMART Mobile Stand’s prewired cable harness.
The rear connection panel includes the following inputs:
•
VGA video
•
3.5 mm stereo audio
•
Two (FSSBID 100) or three (FSSBID 100H) USB A connections
for external devices
•
One USB A (FSSBID 100 only) and one USB B connection
for interactive display control
•
Cat5e RJ45 network connection point (requires a computer)
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Your SMART Mobile Stand’s Connection Panel
USB A Connection for:
•
SMART Document
Camera
•
SMART Response
(formerly Senteo)
Receiver
•
Wireless Mouse
•
Wireless Keyboard
•
USB Storage Device
Network
Audio In
NOTE
These USB receptacles
don’t work when you
connect a guest laptop
computer to your
SMART Mobile Stand.
For USB Cable C05
Guest Laptop Computer
Standard USB A
Connection
(FSSBID 100H only)
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Your SMART Mobile Stand is designed to operate with a maximum power
consumption of 1200 W. Exceeding this consumption could result in fire,
personal injury or death.
•
Ensure that any cables extending across the floor to your
SMART Mobile Stand are properly bundled and marked to prevent
a tripping hazard.
•
Do not move your SMART Mobile Stand while external cables are connected
or when the power is on.
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Connecting a Guest Laptop Computer
You can connect a guest laptop computer to your SMART Mobile Stand by means
of your stand’s connection panel.
Consult the Laptop Shelf for SMART Mobile Stands for Interactive Displays Textless
Installation Instructions (document 133368 at www.smarttech.com/support) included
with your laptop shelf for instructions on installing it on your SMART Mobile Stand.
IMPORTANT
You will not be able to use either of the adjacent vertical USB A connections
(marked USB) or the USB receptacle marked with an image of a tower computer
(FSSBID 100H only) on your SMART Mobile Stand’s connection panel (see
page 60) when you connect a guest laptop computer to your stand.
The following procedure refers to these cables:
VGA (Video) Male Cable
(Both Ends)
3.5 mm Stereo Audio Plug
(Both Ends)
Joined and Marked AV04
(Not Part of Prewired Cable Harness)
USB A Male Plug of Cable C05
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1. Connect one of the VGA video plugs from cable AV04 to your laptop computer’s
video receptacle.
2. Connect the 3.5 mm stereo audio plug from the same end of cable AV04
to your laptop computer’s audio receptacle.
3. Connect the other VGA video plug from cable AV04 to the receptacle marked
VGA In on your SMART Mobile Stand’s connection panel.
4. Connect the other 3.5 mm stereo audio plug from cable AV04 to the receptacle
marked AUDIO In on your SMART Mobile Stand’s connection panel.
5. Disconnect cable C05 from the USB receptacle marked with an image of a tower
computer on your SMART Mobile Stand’s connection panel, and then connect it
to an available USB receptacle on your laptop computer.
NOTES
–
For convenience, the SMART Mobile Stand for Interactive Displays
Textless Installation Instructions (document 132293 at
www.smarttech.com/support) included with your unit instructs you
to connect both ends of this USB A male to USB B male cable into
your SMART Mobile Stand’s connection panel.
–
For model FSSBID 100H, the USB receptacle marked with an image
of a tower computer on your SMART Mobile Stand’s connection panel
is a standard USB A connection for an external device.
6. Set your flat-panel display’s video input mode to RGB. For more information,
refer to the documentation included with your flat-panel display.
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Connecting Your SMART Document
Camera
Your SMART Mobile Stand’s rear connection panel enables you to easily connect your
SMART Document Camera through a USB A connection, and then present images
from your document camera on your flat panel’s screen.
IMPORTANT
Connecting your SMART Document Camera to your SMART Mobile Stand
as described in the following procedure enables basic document camera
functionality. Refer to the SMART Document Camera 280 Installation and User’s
Guide (document 122667 at www.smarttech.com/support) to learn how to use
your document camera’s more advanced features.
To connect your
SMART Document
Camera
1. Connect the USB cable (included with your SMART Document Camera)
from your document camera to either of the adjacent vertical USB A connections
(marked USB) or the USB receptacle marked with an image of a tower computer
(FSSBID 100H only) on your SMART Mobile Stand’s connection panel (see
page 60), or to an available USB receptacle on your computer.
IMPORTANT
If you are using a guest laptop computer with your SMART Mobile Stand,
you will not be able to use either of the adjacent vertical slots marked USB
on the connection panel.
2. Connect your SMART Document Camera’s power adapter to the extension cable
at the rear, bottom of your SMART Mobile Stand.
NOTE
Place your SMART Document Camera on a nearby table, desk, shelf or cart
so that you have sufficient room to work.
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Connecting Your SMART Response
(formerly Senteo) Interactive Response
System Receiver
Your SMART Mobile Stand integrates with your SMART Response interactive
response system through a USB A connection. Although receivers don’t require
an unobstructed line-of-sight transmission path—such as infrared devices
require—you can operate your SMART Response receiver over longer distances
if you minimize interference, signal reflections and the number and size of objects
between your receiver and the clickers.
To connect
your receiver
1. Position your SMART Response receiver in an unobtrusive location away
from other wireless products, such as 2.4 GHz routers and cordless telephones.
–
For temporary installations, place the receiver inside or on top of your
SMART Mobile Stand’s cabinet.
–
For permanent installations, you can secure the receiver to the stand
with two screws (not included).
–
Orient the receiver with the long side or edge facing the class, as shown.
IMPORTANT
If you installed a SMART Board for Flat-Panel Displays interactive overlay
on your SMART Mobile Stand:
–
Position the outside edge of your receiver no more than 6" (15 cm)
from the speaker panels so that you don’t damage the receiver
when you lower your interactive overlay.
OR
–
Insert the included clevis pins as described on page 13 to prevent
your SMART Mobile Stand from reaching its lowest position.
Receiver
6" (15 cm)
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2. Connect your receiver’s captive USB cable connector to either of the adjacent
vertical USB A connections (marked USB) or the USB receptacle marked with an
image of a tower computer (FSSBID 100H only) on your SMART Mobile Stand’s
connection panel (see page 60), or to an available USB receptacle on
your computer.
IMPORTANT
–
If you are using a guest laptop computer with your SMART Mobile Stand,
you will not be able to use either of the adjacent vertical USB A
connections (marked USB) or the USB receptacle marked with an image
of a tower computer (FSSBID 100H only) on your SMART Mobile Stand’s
connection panel (see page 60).
–
Do not route the receiver’s USB cable around the same side of your
SMART Mobile Stand as the height-adjustment handle. This cable
could get in your way while you operate the handle.
–
Do not route the receiver’s USB cable in any place on your
SMART Mobile Stand where it could get pinched.
On Windows® computers, the Add Hardware Wizard appears.
On Mac computers, a balloon message appears indicating that the hardware
is ready to use. The top LED indicator on the receiver turns solid red to indicate
that it’s receiving power.
NOTE
The remaining steps apply only to Windows computers.
3. If the Found New Hardware wizard doesn’t start automatically, click Start >
Settings > Control Panel > Add Hardware.
4. Select Yes, this time only, and then click Next.
5. Click Next to start the hardware installation.
6. Click Finish to complete the first installation cycle.
After a short delay, the Add Hardware Wizard appears again.
7. Repeat steps 4 through 6.
A balloon message appears indicating that the hardware is ready to use. The top
LED indicator on the receiver turns solid red to indicate that it’s receiving power.
For more information about using your SMART Response (formerly Senteo)
interactive response system, refer to the SMART Response User’s Guide
(document 134078 at www.smarttech.com/support).
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Connecting Other USB Devices
Your SMART Mobile Stand integrates with USB devices, including a keyboard, mouse
or USB storage device. SMART recommends that you purchase a wireless keyboard
and mouse to use with your SMART Mobile Stand. These wireless devices enable
greater freedom of movement while you work with your unit and interactive display.
Connect them directly to the USB A receptacles on your SMART Mobile Stand’s
connection panel, or to an available USB receptacle on your computer.
IMPORTANT
Because of USB communication limitations, ensure that the cable connecting
your USB device to your SMART Mobile Stand is not longer than 10' (3 m).
Connecting a Wired Keyboard or Mouse
If you decide to use a wired keyboard or mouse, connect these devices
to either of the USB A receptacles (marked USB) or the USB receptacle
marked with an image of a tower computer (FSSBID 100H only) on your SMART
Mobile Stand’s connection panel (illustrated on page 60), or to an available USB
receptacle on your computer.
CAUTION
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and you are solely responsible for this damage.
•
Your SMART Mobile Stand supports USB 2.0 compliant devices and earlier.
•
You can also connect these USB devices directly to your computer. Refer to
the documentation you received with your computer, keyboard or mouse
for more information.
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Maintaining Your
SMART Mobile
Stand
Your SMART Mobile Stand is durable. With proper care, it will provide years
of trouble-free service. This chapter covers:
•
Cleaning and Preventing Damage to Your SMART Mobile Stand (this page)
•
Moving Your SMART Mobile Stand (page 68)
•
Transporting Your SMART Mobile Stand (page 68)
•
Contacting SMART Technical Support (page 68)
Cleaning and Preventing Damage to Your
SMART Mobile Stand
CAUTION
•
Do not allow liquids, spray cleaners or commercial solvents of any kind to flow
into the connection panel.
•
Do not attempt to service your SMART Mobile Stand. Only an authorized
service provider should service your SMART Mobile Stand.
Disconnect your SMART Mobile Stand’s power plug from the power outlet
before cleaning the unit or if you won’t be using it for a long period of time.
Use a soft cloth moistened with a mild detergent to clean the unit’s housing.
If your SMART Mobile Stand requires replacement parts, make sure that the service
technician uses replacement parts specified by SMART Technologies.
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Moving Your SMART Mobile Stand
Your SMART Mobile Stand rolls easily on common indoor surfaces. If you experience
any problems with devices shifting in the cabinet while you move your unit,
use adhesive hook-and-loop fastener or two-sided tape (not included) to secure
the equipment.
If you move your SMART Mobile Stand with a SMART Board for Flat-Panel Displays
interactive overlay installed, secure the pens in the pen tray so that they don’t fall out.
Transporting Your SMART Mobile Stand
Save your original SMART Mobile Stand packaging so that it’s available if you need
to transport your unit. When required, repack your SMART Mobile Stand with as much
of the original packaging as possible. This packaging was designed with optimal
shock and vibration protection.
If your original packaging is no longer available, you may purchase replacement
packaging from your authorized SMART reseller.
If you prefer to use your own packaging materials, make sure that you adequately
protect the unit. Ship your SMART Mobile Stand in an upright position to discourage
shippers from placing heavy objects on it.
Contacting SMART Technical Support
See Customer Support on page 87 for information on contacting SMART
Technical Support.
Before contacting SMART Technical Support, make note of your SMART Mobile
Stand’s serial number, and then note it in the inside cover of this manual
(if you printed it).
To determine your
SMART Mobile Stand’s
serial number
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side of your unit’s speaker panel, near the top. The serial number has a five-digit
numeric format, for example, FSSBID1-R2-00000 (for FSSBID 100 models)
or FSSBID1H-R2-00000 (for FSSBID 100H models).
Appendix A
Configuring a Rack Mount
Although your SMART Mobile Stand comes configured for shelving, it can also
accommodate an optional 19" (48 cm) rack mount configuration.
NOTE
If you want to configure your SMART Mobile Stand for a rack mount, you can
purchase a hardware accessory kit, which includes 16 rack clips, from your
authorized SMART reseller.
SMART Mobile Stand from the Front with Doors Open
Showing Rack Mount Configuration
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1. Remove the four screws in the lower rear panel of your SMART Mobile Stand
with the included security TORX key, and then remove the panel. Keep these
screws nearby.
4×
2. Remove the top two screws in the upper rear panel with a Phillips No. 2
screwdriver. Keep these screws nearby.
3. Remove the bottom two screws in the upper rear panel with the included security
TORX key, and then remove the panel. Keep these screws nearby.
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4. Remove the two installed shelves from the cabinet, and then remove the eight
shelf clips.
2×
8×
5. Locate the cabinet’s rear support tube, remove the two screws in the flange
at the top, and then lift the tube at a slight angle to detach and remove it
from the base of the unit.
2×
Rear Support Tube
NOTE
You may need to detach some cables to remove this support tube.
After you finish configuring your SMART Mobile Stand to accommodate
a rack mount, attach these cables again.
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1. Open the doors of your SMART Mobile Stand’s cabinet.
2. Locate the left and right front rack rails, and then remove the two screws
in the flange at the top of each rail. Keep these screws nearby.
Left Rack Rail
Right Rack Rail
4×
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3. Lift the left rack rail at a slight angle to detach it from the base, rotate it
90° clockwise, and then insert the rail at a slight angle into the rack mount slots
further to the left.
NOTE
The rack mount slots in the bottom of the cabinet will align the rail properly.
B
A
4. Straighten the rack rail, aligning the holes in the flange at the top of the rail to
the pilot holes in the cabinet’s top panel, and then secure the rail with two
of the screws that you removed in step 2.
2×
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5. Repeat steps 3 and 4 for the right rack rail, except rotate the rail
counter-clockwise before inserting it into the rack mount slots.
6. Secure each set of four rack mount clips (included in your rack mount hardware
accessory kit) at the desired height for each rack.
NOTE
Install a SMART Hub SE240 in the second highest rack mount position.
To replace the rear
access panels
1. Replace the upper rear panel that you removed from your SMART Mobile Stand,
secure the bottom two screws with the included security TORX key, and then
secure the top two screws with a Phillips No. 2 screwdriver.
2. Replace the lower rear panel that you removed, and then secure all four screws
with the included security TORX key.
A
B
CAUTION
Take care to properly route the power cables through the two cutouts
in the bottom of the lower rear panel so that you do not damage the cables.
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AC Mains
P03
AC Out
AC Out
AC Out
P03
To
Customer
Laptop
AV03
AV03
AV03
AV03
AC Mains
AV02
AV02
AV02
USB
USB
Network
AC Mains
C01
AV01
AV04
AV04
VGA
USB
USB
USB
USB
Stereo
LAN/WAN
C05
AV04
AV04
N01
C04
C01
C02
C03
A01
V01
Connection Panel
C02
C03
N01
USB
3.5mm Stereo
VGA Out
AV01
Customer Computer
R Audio
L Audio
Composite Out
Component R
AC Mains
3.5 mm Stereo
V
H
G
B
R
3.5 mm Stereo
VGA
R Audio
L Audio
Composite Video
R Audio
L Audio
Component G
Component B
A03
A02
+12V DC In
USB In
DC Out
AC Mains
AC/DC Adapter
C04
AD09
C04
USB In
DC Out
AC Mains
AC/DC Adapter
+12V DC In
Serial In
Interactive Overlay
Pen Tray
RS232 Out
USB to Serial
Adapter
Right Speaker
Left Speaker
Prewired
Speakers
Interactive Display Frame Controller
Audio Out R
Audio Out L
A01
V01 Yellow
V01 White
V01 Green
V01 Blue
V01 Red
AV01
AV01
AV02
AV02
AV02
AV03
AV03
AC Mains
AV03
Customer Device Two, e.g., VCR
R Audio
AV03
AV03
NOTE
Hatched lines indicate wiring
if you install a SMART Board
for Flat-Panel Displays interactive whiteboard.
AC Mains
AC 3-TAP
AC Out
AC Out
L Audio
Component G
AD06
AC Out
AC Out
Component B
AC Out
Customer Flat Panel Display
AV03
Customer Device One, e.g., DVD Player
Component R
Power Bar
AC Out
Appendix B
SMART Mobile Stand
Running Diagrams
FSSBID 100 (North America)
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AC Mains
P03
AC Out
AC Out
AC Out
P03
To
Customer
Laptop
AV04
C05
AV04
USB B
USB A
USB A
USB A
Stereo
VGA
LAN/WAN
C05
AV04
AV04
AV05
AV02
N01
C04
C03
C02
C01
A01
V03
USB In
USB In
USB In
Computer 2 USB
Computer Audio 2
Computer 2 Video In
Computer 1 USB
Computer Audio 1
Computer 1 Video In
R Audio
L Audio
I.D. Supplied USB
A04
A04
DC Out
AC Mains
AC/DC Adapter
USB
Audio Out R
Audio Out L
DC In
Video Out V04
C01
N01
AC Mains
C02
C03
C04
A01
V03
Customer USB Cable
AV05
AD08
Customer USB Cable
AV05
AV05
Connection Panel
Network
USB A
Stereo Out
VGA Out
Customer Computer
AC Mains
AV02
AV02
AV02
NOTE
Hatched lines indicate wiring
if you install a SMART Board
for Flat-Panel Displays interactive whiteboard.
AC Mains
Composite Out
R Audio Out
L Audio Out
AV02
Composite Video
R Audio
L Audio
S-Video
AC Mains
To Prewired
Speakers
3.5 mm Stereo
VGA In
USB In
DC In
AC Mains
USB In
DC Out
AC Mains
AC/DC Adapter
DC In
Serial In
Interactive Overlay Pen Tray
RS232 Out
USB Cable
USB to Serial
Adapter
DC Out
AC/DC Adapter
USB Cable
Interactive Display Frame Controller
Stereo Out R
Stereo Out L
P01
A04
V03
Flat Panel Display
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AC 3-TAP
AC Out
AC Out
A05
V02
AV02
A05
A05
AC Mains
V02
Smart Hub SE240
A05
Customer Device Two, e.g., VCR
S-Video Out
AC Out
AD06
R Audio Out
AC Out
AC Out
L Audio Out
Customer Device One, e.g., DVD Player
AC Out
Power Bar
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AC In
P02
P04
AD03
AD02
AD05
USB In
USB In
Network
AC Mains
C03
AV01
AV01
VGA
USB B
USB A
USB A
USB A
Stereo
N01
C04
C03
C02
C01
A01
V01
AC Out
AC Out
P04
P04
AC In
P04
AC “Y”
LAN/WAN
C05
AV04
AV04
Connection Panel
C02
C01
N01
USB Host
Stereo Out
VGA Out
NOTE
Hatched lines indicate wiring
if you install a SMART Board
for Flat-Panel Displays interactive whiteboard.
AV04
AV04
AC Mains
AV02
AV02
AV02
Customer Computer
R Audio Out
L Audio Out
Composite Out
P01
AD07
AC Mains
Stereo Audio
V
H
Component G
Component B
Component R
Computer Stereo
Computer VGA
R Audio
L Audio
Composite Video
R Audio
L Audio
Component G
Component B
Component R
A03
A02
DC In
USB In
P02
DC Out
AC Mains
AC/DC Adapter
C04
C04
AD09
USB In
P02
DC Out
AC In
AC/DC Adapter
DC In
Serial In
Interactive Overlay
Pen Tray
RS232 Out
USB to Serial
Adapter
Right Speaker
Left Speaker
Prewired
Speakers
Interactive Display Frame Controller
P01
Audio Out R
Audio Out L
A01
V01 Yellow
V01 White
V01 Green
V01 Blue
V01 Red
AV01
AV01
AV02
AV02
AV02
AV03
AC Mains
AV03
AV03
AV03
AV03
AV03
AV03
AV03
AV03
Flat Panel Display
AV03
Customer Device Two, e.g., VCR
R Audio Out
L Audio Out
Component G
Component B
Component R
Customer Device One, e.g., DVD Player
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To Customer Laptop
AC Out
AC In
AC Out AD04
P02
AC 2-TAP
P06
AC Out
AC Out
AC Out
AC Out
AD01
Power Bar
AC Out
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AC Mains
P04
P02
AD03
AC Out
To
Customer
Laptop
AD05
AD04
C05
AV04
AV04
AC Mains
AV02
AV02
AV02
USB B
USB A
USB A
USB A
Stereo
VGA
LAN/WAN
C05
AV04
AV04
AV05
C01
N01
N01
C04
C03
C02
C01
A01
V03
AC Mains
AC Out
AC Out
P04
P04
AC Mains
P04
AC “Y”
DC Out
AD07
P01
I.D. Supplied USB
A04
A04
DC In
V04
USB In
USB In
USB In
Computer 2 USB
Computer Audio 2
Computer 2 Video In
Computer 1 USB
Computer Audio 1
Computer 1 Video In
R Audio
L Audio
Composite Video
R Audio
L Audio
S-Video
AC/DC Adapter
USB
Audio Out R
Audio Out L
Video Out
DC Power Cable
C02
Customer USB Cable
AC Mains
C03
AV05
A01
V03
C04
Connection Panel
Network
USB Host
Stereo Out
VGA Out
AV02
AD08
Customer USB Cable
V03
AV02
AV02
A05
A05
V02
SMART Hub SE240
AV05
Customer Computer
Composite Out
R Audio Out
L Audio Out
NOTE
Hatched lines indicate wiring
if you install a SMART Board
for Flat-Panel Displays interactive whiteboard.
P02
AC Mains
AC Out P02
P02
AC Mains
V02
A05
A05
Customer Device Two, e.g., VCR
S-Video Out
R Audio Out
L Audio Out
Customer Device One, e.g., DVD Player
AC Mains
To Prewired
Speakers
3.5 mm Stereo
VGA In
USB In
DC In
AC Mains
USB In
DC Out
AC Mains
AC/DC Adapter
DC In
Serial In
Interactive Overlay
Pen Tray
RS232 Out
USB
USB to Serial
Adapter
DC Out
AC/DC Adapter
USB
Interactive Display Frame Controller
Stereo Out R
Stereo Out L
P01
A04
V03
Flat Panel Display
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AC 2-TAP
AC Out
P06
AC Out
AC Out
AC Out
AD02
AD01
Power Bar
AC Out
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Cable Descriptions
•
Used on This Model
NA
North American
Model
INT
International Model
IO
Required for
Interactive Overlays
Cable
From
To
Description
Length
SMART
Part No.
NA
INT
NA
INT
(100)
(100)
(100H)
(100H)
•
•
•
•
•
•
Audio/Video
AV01
Computer
Flat-Panel
Display
VGA Male + 3.5 mm Male
to VGA Male + 3.5 mm Male
10' (3 m)
93-00683-20
•
•
AV02
Device Two,
e.g., VCR
Flat-Panel
Display /
SMART Hub
SE240
Three-Plug RCA Male
to Three-Plug RCA Male
8' (2.4 m)
93-00685-20
•
•
AV03
Device One,
e.g., DVD /
Blu-ray
Player
Flat-Panel
Display
Five-Plug RCA Male
to Five-Plug RCA Male
8' (2.4 m)
93-00684-20
•
•
AV04
Laptop
Connection
Panel
VGA Male + 3.5 mm Male
to VGA Male + 3.5 mm Male
6' (1.8 m)
93-00699-20
•
•
AV05
Computer
SMART Hub
SE240 / AD08
VGA Male + 3.5 mm Male
to VGA Male + 3.5 mm Male
6' (1.8 m)
93-00699-20
Audio
A01
Connection
Panel
Flat-Panel
Display /
SMART Hub
SE240
3.5 mm Stereo Female
Chassis to 3.5 mm Male
6' (1.8 m)
93-00681-20
•
•
•
•
A02
Flat-Panel
Display
Speaker
16 AWG Speaker Cable
8 1/2'
(2.6 m)
93-00686-20
•
•
•
•
A03
Flat-Panel
Display
Speaker
16 AWG Speaker Cable
8 1/2'
(2.6 m)
93-00689-20
•
•
•
•
A04
SMART Hub
SE240
Flat-Panel
Display
Two-Plug RCA Male
to 3.5 mm Male
6' (1.8 m)
93-00513-20
•
•
A05
Device One,
e.g., DVD/
Blu-ray
Player
SMART Hub
SE240
Two-Plug RCA Male
to Two-Plug RCA Male
6' (1.8 m)
93-00139-20
•
•
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Cable
From
To
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Description
Length
SMART
Part No.
NA
INT
NA
INT
(100)
(100)
(100H)
(100H)
•
•
Video
V01
Connection
Panel
Flat-Panel
Display
VGA Female Chassis
to Five Plug BNC RGBHV
Male
6' (1.8 m)
93-00680-00
V02
Device One,
e.g., DVD /
Blu-ray
Player
SMART Hub
SE240
S-Video Male
to S-Video Male
6' (1.8 m)
93-00202-20
•
•
V03
SMART Hub
SE240
Connection
Panel
DVI Male
to VGA Female Chassis
6' (1.8 m)
93-00608-20
•
•
V04
SMART Hub
SE240
Flat-Panel
Display
DVI Male to VGA Male
6' (1.8 m)
93-00530-00
•
•
Control
C01
Computer /
SMART Hub
SE240
Connection
Panel
USB A Male
to USB A Female Chassis
6' (1.8 m)
93-00677-20
•
•
•
•
C02
Computer /
SMART Hub
SE240
Connection
Panel
USB A Male
to USB A Female Chassis
6' (1.8 m)
93-00687-20
•
•
•
•
C03
Computer /
SMART Hub
SE240
Connection
Panel
USB A Male
to USB A Female Chassis
6' (1.8 m)
93-00688-20
•
•
•
•
C04
Connection
Panel
(Touch)
AD09 /
Interactive
Display
Frame
Controller /
SMART Hub
SE240
USB B Female Chassis
to USB B Male
20"
(51 cm)
93-00679-20
•
•
•
•
C05
Laptop
Connection
Panel
USB A Male to USB B Male
6' (1.8 m)
93-00678-20
•
•
•
•
93-00682-20
•
•
•
•
Network
N01
Connection
Panel
Computer /
SMART Hub
SE240
Cat5e RJ45 Male
to Cat5e RJ45 Male
4' (1.2 m)
Adapters
AD01
Power Bar
IEC Male
to Country Specific Female
N/A
Various
•
•
AD02
Power Bar
IEC Male
to Country Specific Female
N/A
Various
•
•
AD03
Power Bar
IEC Male
to Country Specific Female
N/A
Various
•
•
AD04
AC “Y”
IEC Male
to Country Specific Female
N/A
Various
•
•
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Description
Length
SMART
Part No.
IEC Male
to Country Specific Female
N/A
Various
P01
IEC Male to NEMA
N/A
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P04
Interactive
Overlay or
Interactive
Display
Frame
IEC Male
to Country Specific Female
N/A
Various
AD08
AV05
SMART Hub
SE240
VGA Female to DVI-A Male
N/A
93-00528-20
AD09
C04
Interactive
Overlay’s
USB to Serial
Adapter
USB B Female
to USB A Female
N/A
93-00698-20
IO
IO
•
•
Cable
From
AD05
AC “Y”
AD06
Power Bar
AD07
To
NA
INT
NA
INT
(100)
(100)
(100H)
(100H)
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Power
P01
AD06 or
P02
Flat-Panel
Display
IEC-C14 to IEC-C13
13' (4 m)
93-00705-20
P02
IEC / NEMA
Power Bar
P01 or
SE240
IEC-C14
to Two-Plug IEC-C13 "Y"
3' (91 cm)
93-00693-20
P03
Power Bar
NEMA Male to Three-Way
NEMA Female
2' (60 cm)
93-00691-20
P04
Power Bar
AD04 and
AD05
IEC-C14
to Two-Plug IEC-C13 “Y”
N/A
93-00706-20
•
•
P06
AC Mains
IEC Power
Bar
Country Specific to IEC-C13
8' (2.4 m)
Various
•
•
•
•
•
•
Power Distribution
NEMA
NEMA AC Power
Distribution Strip
93-00690-20
IEC
IEC AC Power
Distribution Strip
93-00692-20
•
•
•
•
* See page 82 for country-specific power adapters.
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SMART Adapter Part No.
Australia
93-00587-20
Bahrain
93-00586-20
China
93-00707-20
Finland
93-00584-20
France
93-00584-20
Germany
93-00584-20
Iran
93-00584-20
Iraq
93-00586-20
Japan
93-00606-20
Korea
93-00584-20
Netherlands
93-00584-20
Norway
93-00584-20
Oman
93-00586-20
Spain
93-00584-20
United Arab Emirates
93-00586-20
United Kingdom
93-00586-20
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FSSBID 100 Cable Graphics
Cables A02 and A03
Speaker Wires
(To Your Flat-Panel
Display)
Cable A01
3.5 mm Stereo Audio Plug
(To the Connection Panel)
3.5 mm Stereo Audio Plug
+
VGA (Video) Male Connector
(To Your Flat-Panel Display)
3 × RCA Plugs
(To Your Flat-Panel Display)
5 × RCA Plugs
(To Your Flat-Panel Display)
Cable AV01
Cable AV02
Cable AV03
Cables C01, C02 and C03
USB A Male Plugs
(To Your Computer or SMART Hub PE260)
Cable N01
RJ45 Male Connector
(To Your Computer)
3.5 mm Stereo Audio Plug
+
VGA (Video) Male Connector
(To Your Computer or SMART Hub PE260)
3 × RCA Plugs
(To Device Two, e.g., VCR)
5 × RCA Plugs
(To Device One, e.g., DVD/Blu-ray Player)
Cable C04
USB B Male Plug
(To Your Interactive Display Frame or AD09)
Cable V01
5 × BNC (RGB HV)
(To Your Flat-Panel Display)
Adapter AD09
USB A Female to
USB B Female
(Part No. ADP USB AB,
Sold Separately)
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FSSBID 100H Cable Graphics
Cable A01
3.5 mm Stereo Audio Plug
(To Your Flat-Panel Display)
Cable N01
RJ45 Male Connector
(To Your SMART Hub SE240)
Cables A02 and A03
Speaker Wires
(To Your Flat-Panel Display)
3.5 mm Stereo Audio Plug
(To Your Flat-Panel Display)
Cable A04
2 × RCA Plugs
(To Your SMART Hub SE240)
2 × RCA Plugs
(To Your SMART Hub SE240)
Cable A05
2 × RCA Plugs
(To Device One, e.g., DVD/Blu-ray Player)
3 × RCA Plugs
(To Your Flat-Panel Display)
Cable AV02
3 × RCA Plugs
(To Device Two, e.g., VCR)
Cable AV05
3.5 mm Stereo Audio Plug
+
VGA (Video) Male Connector
(To AD08 and Your SMART Hub SE240)
Cables C01, C02 and C03
USB A Male Plugs
(To Your SMART Hub SE240)
S-Video Male Connector
(To Your SMART Hub SE240)
3.5 mm Stereo Audio Plug
+
VGA (Video) Male Connector
(To Your Computer)
Cable C04
USB B Male Plug
(To Your SMART Hub SE240)
Cable V02
Adapter AD08
DVI Male to VGA Female
(Included with Your
SMART Hub SE240)
Cable V03
DVI Male Connector
(To Your SMART Hub SE240)
S-Video Male Connector
(To Device One, e.g., DVD/Blu-ray Player
Cable V04
VGA Male Connector
(To Your Flat-Panel Display)
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(To Your SMART Hub SE240)
Appendix C
Hardware Environmental
Compliance
SMART Technologies supports global efforts to ensure that electronic equipment is
manufactured, sold and disposed of in a safe and environmentally friendly manner.
Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment
Regulations (WEEE Directive)
Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment regulations apply to all electrical and
electronic equipment sold within the European Union.
When you dispose of any electrical or electronic equipment, including SMART
Technologies products, we strongly encourage you to properly recycle the electronic
product when it has reached end of its life. If you require further information, please
contact your reseller or SMART Technologies for information on which recycling
agency to contact.
Restriction of Certain Hazardous
Substances (RoHS Directive)
This product meets the requirements of the European Union’s Restriction of Certain
Hazardous Substances (RoHS) Directive 2002/95/EC.
Consequently, this product also complies with other regulations that have arisen in
various geographical areas, and that reference the European Union’s RoHS directive.
Packaging
Many countries have regulations restricting the use of certain heavy metals in product
packaging. The packaging used by SMART Technologies to ship products complies
with applicable packaging laws.
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Covered Electronics Devices
Many U.S. states classify monitors as Covered Electronic Devices and regulate their
disposal. Applicable SMART Technologies products meet the requirements of the
Covered Electronic Devices regulations.
China’s Electronic Information
Products Regulations
China regulates products that are classified as EIP (Electronic Information Products).
SMART Technologies products fall under this classification and meet the requirements
for China’s EIP regulations.
U.S. Consumer Product Safety
Improvement Act
The United States has enacted the Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act
which limits the lead (Pb) content in products. SMART Technologies is committed
to complying with this initiative.
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Appendix D
Customer Support
Online Information and Support
Visit www.smarttech.com/support to view and download user’s guides, how-to and
troubleshooting articles, software and more.
Training
Visit www.smarttech.com/trainingcenter for training materials and information about
our training services.
Technical Support
If you experience difficulty with your SMART product, please contact your local
reseller before contacting SMART Technical Support. Your local reseller can resolve
most issues without delay.
NOTE
To locate your local reseller, visit www2.smarttech.com/st/en-US/Where+to+Buy.
All SMART products include online, telephone, fax and e-mail support:
Online
www.smarttech.com/contactsupport
Telephone
+1.403.228.5940 or
Toll Free 1.866.518.6791 (U.S./Canada)
(Monday to Friday, 5 a.m. – 6 p.m. Mountain Time)
Fax
+1.403.806.1256
E-mail
support@smarttech.com
Shipping and Repair Status
Contact SMART’s Return of Merchandise Authorization (RMA) group, Option 5,
+1.866.518.6791, for shipping damage, missing part and repair status issues.
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General Inquiries
Address
SMART Technologies
3636 Research Road NW
Calgary, AB T2L 1Y1
CANADA
Switchboard
+1.403.245.0333 or
Toll Free 1.888.42.SMART (U.S./Canada)
Fax
+1.403.228.2500
E-mail
info@smarttech.com
Warranty
Product warranty is governed by the terms and conditions of SMART’s “Limited
Equipment Warranty” that shipped with the SMART product at the time of purchase.
Registration
To help us serve you, register online at www.smarttech.com/registration.
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Index
A
accessories, 8
adapter kit, 8
adjusting shelving, 14
assembly, 9, 11, 12
quality, 10
audio, 2
connection panel, 59
illustration, 60
connections
laptop, 61
Consumer Product Safety Improvement
Act, 86
contact information, 88
covered electronic devices, 86
customer support, 87–88
B
Blu-ray player, 25, 48
connecting, 26, 48
HDMI cable (not included), 25, 48
installation, 25, 48
C
cable graphics
model FSSBID 100, 83
model FSSBID 100H, 84
cable harness, 17
safety, 12
cable management, 2
Chinese regulations, 86
cleaning, 67
clevis pin, 13
computer, 7, 21, 46
connecting, 22, 47
laptop, 61
USB hub required, 22
connecting
laptop, 61
Senteo interactive response system,
64
SMART Document Camera, 63
SMART Hub PE260, 23
SMART Hub SE240, 43
D
documentation, 87
dust, 10
DVD player, 25, 48
connecting, 26, 48
installation, 25, 48
E
EIP regulations, 86
emissions, 10
environment
dust, 10
emissions, 10
humidity, 10
environmental compliance, See
hardware environmental compliance
European Union regulations, 85
F
features, 2
finish, 2
flammability, 10
flat-panel adapter kit, 8
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flat-panel display
65", 13
connections, 17, 18, 19, 41, 42
flat-panel displays - supported, 1
fluid resistance, 10
N
network, 7
O
online support, 87
G
general inquiries, 88
H
hardware, 7
hardware environmental compliance,
85–86
HDMI cable, 25, 48
height adjustment, 2
P
packaging, 68, 85
power management, 2
power specifications, 7, 60
product features, 2
product integration, 59
Q
quality, 10
I
inquiries, 88
installation, 9, 11, 12, 13
rear access panels, 58
integration, 59
K
keyboard, 66
L
laptop computer
connecting, 61
laptop shelf, 8
Limited Equipment Warranty, 88
M
maintenance, 67
mobility, 2, 68
mouse, 66
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rack mount
configuring, 69
rack mount hardware accessory kit, 8, 69
rear access panels, 58
installing, 58
removing, 70
registration, 88
regulatory compliance, See hardware
environmental compliance
replacement parts, 67
RoHS directive, 85
running diagram
table, 85
S
security, 2
Senteo interactive response system, 64
servicing, 2
shelving, 14
shipping, 68
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SMART Board for Flat-Panel Displays
interactive overlay
cable routing (illustration), 33, 55
connecting, 32, 55
SMART Board for flat-panel displays
interactive overlay
adapter, 32
SMART Board for Flat-Panel Displays
interactive overlay adapter kit, 8
SMART Board interactive display frame
cable routing (illustration), 31, 53
connecting, 28, 50
SMART Document Camera, 63
SMART Hub PE260, 23
cable connections (illustration), 24
connecting, 23
SMART Hub SE240, 23
connecting, 43
installation, 38
SMART Mobile Stand, 1, 2
SMART Technical Support, 87
SMART technical support, 68
stability, 2
support, 87–88
supported flat-panel displays, 1
temperature
operating, 10
storage, 10
training, 87
transporting, 68
troubleshooting articles, 87
U
U.S. regulations, 86
USB cable, 21
USB devices, 66
USB flash drive, 66
USB hub, 22
USB key, 66
user’s guides, 87
V
VCR, 25, 48
connecting, 27, 49
installation, 25, 48
W
T
Technical Support, 87
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water resistance, 10
WEEE directive, 85
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Toll Free 1.866.518.6791 (U.S./Canada)
or +1.403.228.5940
www.smarttech.com
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