assembly instructions
ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
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The Ergotron PowerShuttle™ Laptop Management Cart transports, secures, and charges any
combination of 20 laptop or tablet PCs and provides capability to manage software via an
ethernet connection.
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Table of Contents
Features ................................................................................................. 3
Hazard Symbols Review ................................................................... 4
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Components ........................................................................................ 4
Set-up ..................................................................................................... 5
LED........................................................................................................... 11
Cleaning & Maintenance ................................................................. 12
Equipment Electrical Safety............................................................ 12
Safe Use Recommendations........................................................... 13
Specifications ....................................................................................... 14
Warranty and Service ........................................................................ 14
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Features
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Front
Rear
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1. LED panel
2. Locking top cover
3. Locking, vented front doors
4. Four 4” locking casters
5. 12.5’ (3.8m) power cord, 14’ (4.3m) ethernet cord and cable wrap
6. Four 12 Volt continuous operating fans (two in each
compartment)
7. Vented sides
8. Ergonomic handle
9. Lockable rear access door
10. Auxiliary outlets*
2 outlets US/Japan
1 outlet all others
11. Two country specific outlet strips (20 total devices)
12. AC adapter storage shelves with velcro strap
13. 20 CAT 6 RJ45 ethernet cables
14. Internal country specific auxillary outlet for switch and WAP
power (max current: 100-120V ~ 50/60Hz, 4A or 220-240 ~
50/60Hz, 2.5A)
15. PowerShuttle
16. Two switch mounting brackets
17. Space for mounting switch and WAP (not included)
18. Ethernet cable to connect to switch
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Hazard Symbols Review
These symbols alert users of a safety condition that demands attention. All Charging and Managed Cart users should be able to recognize and
understand the significance of the following Safety Hazards if encountered on the Cart or within Cart documentation. Children who are not
able to recognize and respond appropriately to Safety Alerts should not use the Cart without adult supervision!
Symbol
Signal Word
Level of Hazard
NOTE
A NOTE indicates important information that helps you make better use
of your Cart.
CAUTION
A CAUTION indicates either potential damage to hardware or loss of data
and tells you how to avoid the problem.
WARNING
A WARNING indicates either potential for property damage, personal
injury, or death.
An Electrical indicates an impending electrical hazard which, if not
avoided, may result in personal injury, fire and/or death.
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ELECTRICAL
Components
1x
1x
7x
Tools Needed
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Set-up
1
Insert customer-supplied switch into top
compartment using fasteners provided
with switch.
2
4
Use same key to open and remove rear
panel.
Connect switch power connector to cart
outlet and cart network cable to switch.
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3
Use provided key to open and remove top.
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Insert customer-supplied WAP in the
top compartment.
a. Connect the WAP power connector
to the cart power outlet.
b. Connect the WAP to the switch with
a customer-suppiled Ethernet cable.
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7
a
b
Install laptop/tablet AC adapters:
Start with the bottom 10 adapters:
route the female ends of the adapter
power cords into each of the ten
cutouts in the middle of the back
panel.
Open the front cart doors
using provided key.
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Connect the power and Ethernet cables to the laptops/tablets on the bottom shelf.
a. Starting with the bottom shelf only, insert the laptops so that the power connector is
located toward the front of the cart. Note where the Ethernet port is located in relation to
the power connector. Drop each AC adapter cable through the appropriate hole in the shelf.
b. Route the AC Adapter cables around the tabs leaving enough slack for cables to be
plugged into laptop/tablet when removed from slot.
NOTE: Ethernet cables are pre-routed. Adjust as necessary to work best with your
device. Choose to drop the Ethernet cable through the front (option 1), or middle
hole (option 2), depending on location of the Ethernet port.
c. Repeat until all bottom shelf laptops/tablets are cabled.
b
Option 1
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Option 2
a
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a. Return to the back
of the cart: pull any
remaining cord slack
from the front into the
back. Plug the male
ends of the adapter
power cords into the
cart power receptacles.
b
b. Set the AC adapter
on the shelf, bundle
the cables with the
AC adapter and wrap
tightly to secure.
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Insert the laptop/tablet dividers in the top compartment.
Push each divider down into place, then slide forward until it locks in place. The
dividers will hold power and Ethernet cables in their channels.
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NOTE: there are three divider styles, one for the right end
of the compartment, one for the left end and seven for the
middle area.
LEFT = 1
MIDDLE = 7
RIGHT = 1
NOTE: to remove dividers, press release tabs in back of
divider and push divider back.
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a. Lower the cable routing tray by
removing the thumb screws.
a
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b. Returning to the back of the cart:
install the remaining AC adapters
for the top shelf. Route female ends
through cut outs.
b
Noting where the Ethernet port is located in relation to the power connector of your
laptop/tablets, route the cables around the tabs in the cable tray leaving enough slack
for cables to be plugged into laptop/tablet when removed from slot. Drop each AC
adapter cable through the appropriate hole in the shelf.
NOTE: Ethernet cables are pre-routed. Adjust as necessary to work best with your
device. Choose to drop the Ethernet cable through the front (option 1), or middle
hole (option 2), depending on location of the laptop/tablet port.
Repeat until all cables have been organized in the tray.
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Option 1
Option 2
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Raise the tray back into place and
secure with the thumb screws.
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Insert the laptops/tablets
between the dividers and
connect power and Ethernet
cables.
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Close front compartment
doors and lock.
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Install the remaining AC adapters
onto their storage shelves. Pull any
remaining cord slack from front into
back. Plug male ends into cart power
receptacles and bundle and wrap cables
as instructed in Step 9.
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Close rear door and lock: lower
door into place at the bottom of
cart then swing forward at top
and turn lock to secure.
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Close top compartment and lock:
slide cover into place on handle
end of cart, then push cover down.
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Connect power and Ethernet cords to
facility power and Ethernet jack.
CAUTION: The power disconnect for this equipment is the AC power
cable. Therefore the socket outlet should be easily accesible and should be
installed near the equipment.
LED
Refer to the chart below for the meaning of LED signals.
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Indicator
Signal
Meaning
Blue light, solid
Power “ON”/Over current fault flashing.
Blue light, solid
Indicates which zone is receiving
power.
3-5
3-3 3-4
3-1 3-2
-5
1
1-3 1-4
1-1 1-2
4-4 4-5
4-2 4-3
2-5 4-1
-4
2
-3
2
2-1 2-2
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Cleaning and Maintenance
WARNING: Failure to observe the following safety notices may result in serious personal injury or equipment damage.
Inspect for damage, dirt and debris on a regular basis. All paint and plastic components used in the Cart will withstand cleaning by most commonly used, diluted, nonabrasive solutions such as quaternary ammonia compounds, ammonia enzyme cleaners, bleach, or alcohol solutions. It is recommended that any cleaning solution be
tested on a small, inconspicuous area to ensure it does not harm the surface of the Cart.
• Marks from permanent marker, dry-erase marker, and pens can be removed with
91% isopropyl alcohol and a soft cloth.
• Iodine stains can be removed with commonly used cleaners and a soft cloth.
• Do not use steel wool or other abrasive materials that may damage the surface finish.
Electrical: To avoid risk of electric shock, do not expose electrical components to water, cleaning solutions or other potentially corrosive liquids or substances.
Electrical: Do not immerse Cart or Cart components in liquid or allow liquids to flow into the Cart. Wipe all cleaners off surface immediately using a damp cloth. Dry
the surface thoroughly after cleaning.
Electrical: Do not use flammable cleaners on Cart surfaces.
CAUTION: Adjustment, Service, Replacement - DO NOT attempt to adjust, service or replace any part of the Cart unless directed to do so through Ergotron-approved
documentation (i.e. installation instructions). Only Ergotron, Inc. or an Ergotron-certified entity may adjust, service or replace Cart components. If any component on the
Cart is missing or damaged, the Cart must not be used. Contact Ergotron immediately to request a replacement part.
CAUTION: Casters - Check casters periodically to make sure they are clean and free of debris that would prevent smooth travel. Avoid moving Cart across uneven,
dirty, or damaged surfaces.
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CAUTION: Customer Equipment- Make sure equipment is balanced and installed securely to Cart. Contact Ergotron for information about moving Cart components.
Equipment Electrical Safety
There are specific risks associated with the use of equipment having power cables. You must be aware of, and avoid these risks when the Cart is located in close proximity
to children.
WARNING: Failure to observe the following Electrical Safety notices can result in fire or death by electric shock.
Electrical cables can be hazardous. Misuse can result in fire or death by electrical shock.
• Double Pole / Neutral Fusing
• Inspect power cables thoroughly before each use.
• Do not use cables that are damaged.
• Insert the plug completely into the outlet.
• Grasp the plug to remove from the outlet.
• Do not unplug by pulling on the cable.
• Do not use excessive force to make connections.
• Do not plug the cable into an extension cable.
• Do not remove, bend or modify any metal prongs or pins of cable.
• Do not drive, drag or place objects over the cable.
• Do not walk on the cable.
• Avoid overheating. Uncoil the cable and do not cover it with any material.
• Do not run cable through doorways, holes in ceilings, walls or floors.
Keep the Cart away from water.
• Do not use it when wet.
• Do not place the Cart in close proximity to flammable liquids or gases.
DANGER!
Risk of Electric Shock
DANGER! Electrical cables can be hazardous.
Misuse can result in fire or death by electrical shock.
CAUTION: The power disconnect for this equipment is the AC power
cable. Therefore the socket outlet should be easily accesible and should be
installed near the equipment.
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Safe Use Recommendations
There are specific risks associated with the use of Cart when moving or stationary (for
charging or storage). You must be aware of, and avoid these risks when the Cart is
located in close proximity to children.
WARNING: Failure to observe the following Cart Use Safety notices may result in serious
personal injury or equipment damage.
Parking the Cart
Observe these safety alerts for times when the cart is stationary:
• Do not park the Cart in areas of heavy traffic.
• Do not run cables through doorways, holes in ceilings, walls, or floors.
• Do not run cables across hallways, classrooms, or other areas where they will
be walked on.
• Do not leave Cart unattended in areas where children have access.
• Keep Cart doors closed and locked whenever it is unattended or parked for
charging or storage.
• Keep Cart casters locked whenever it is unattended.
PowerShuttle™
Laptop Cart
Input/Output: 220/230/240 V~, 8.0 A, 50/60 Hz
N13508
Product was placed
on the market
after 13 August 2005
PowerShuttle™
Laptop Cart
Input/Output: 100/120 V~, 12.0 A, 50/60 Hz
35MR
UL 60950 ACCESSORY
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject
to the following two conditions: 1) This device may not cause harmful
interference. 2) This device must accept any interference received,
including interference that may cause undesired operation. This Class A
digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003. / Cet appareil
numérique de la classe A est conforme à la norme NMB-003 du Canada.
Only Adults should
move this cart!
WARNING
Tip Hazard! Do not allow
children to use cart without
adult supervision. Failure
to follow this warning may
result in injury or
equipment damage.
≤25 lb
(11.4 kg
CAUTION
This cart is intended for use only
with loading as indicated. Use
with loads greater than indicated
may result in instability causing
possible injury.
CAUTION: Changes or Modifications not expressly approved by
Ergotron could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.
10 x
≤6.5lb
(2.9 kg)
10 x
≤6.5lb
(2.9 kg)
Do not push
side of cart.
Do not
pull cart.
Product of China
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Only Adults should move this cart.
• Do not allow anyone to sit, stand, or climb on the Cart.
• Do not lift the Cart from the bottom.
• Do not block the fans and vent openings. To prevent overheating, leave at least
127 mm (5-inch) clearance around
fans and vents.
The Cart is designed to be used indoors only.
• Do not use the Cart to transport or store equipment other than what has been
noted in this guide.
• Do not use the Cart to store liquids or cleaning supplies.
• Do not place heavy objects on the Cart surface or shelf.
– The maximum weight capacity of the top surface is 11.4 kg (25 lb).
– The maximum weight capacity of the shelf is 16 kg (35.2 lb).
Moving the Cart
• Before moving the Cart:
1. Disconnect the power cable from the wall.
2. Make sure the cable is wrapped and secure.
3. Close and lock the doors.
4. Remove items from the top work surface.
5. Unlock the casters.
• Push (do not pull) the Cart for optimum maneuverability and to prevent muscle
strain.
• Do not move the Cart across rough, uneven or irregular surfaces such as gravel.
Specifications
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions:
1) This device may not cause harmful interference.
2) This device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.
CAN ICES3(A)/NMB-3(A).
Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the Ergotron could void the user's authority to operate the equipment.
Intended for institutional use.
Cart dimensions
28”W x 24.4”D x 40.5”H (71.1 x 62.0 x 101.6 cm)
Shipping dimensions
32.7 W x 27.6 D x 46.4 H in (830 x 702 x 1179 mm)
Cart weight (w/o equipment)
157 lb (71.2 kg)
Shipping weight
214 lb (97.1 kg)
Rated weight capacity
Top Work Surface 25 lb (11.3 kg)
Power system
100/120 V~, 12.0A, 50/60 Hz
Maximum input for 5 devices cannot exceed 8A
or
220/230/240 V~, 8.0A, 50/60 Hz
Depending on region and model of Cart
Maximum input for 5 devices cannot exceed 4A
Maximum laptop/tablet size
Individual laptop/tablet dimensions (including cover):
up to 15.1 W x 11.0 D x 1.7 H in (38.4 x 28.0 x 4.3 cm)
Individual laptop/tablet weight:
≤6.5 lb (2.9 kg)
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Tip Test/Angle: 10 degrees
External power outlet(s)
One or two outlets, depending on region
100/120 V~, 4A, 50/60 Hz or
220/230/240 V~, 5.5A, 50/60 Hz
Environmental
Temperature range:
Operating 0° to 30°C (32° to 86°F)
Storage -40° to 60°C (-40° to 140°F)
Relative humidity (maximum):
Operating 10%–90% (non condensing)
Storage 5%–95% (non condensing)
Altitude (maximum): 2000 m (6,562 ft)
Service and Warranty
For Service on the Ergotron PS Laptop Cart and
Ergotron PS Laptop Management Cart
Visit www.ergotron.com
NOTE: When contacting customer
service, reference the serial number.
Serial No.
EXAMPLE
CNCYWWZZZZ
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