Audience Product Description
Audience
Technical specifications | English | Applicable from 01.10.2007
by art.collection®
INDEX
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Tables
1.1 Synoptic
1.2 Tops
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Materials and edges
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Reinforcement beams
1.3 Structural channel and horizontal cabling
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Profile
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Top access
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Channel fronts
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Cable clips
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Base panels
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Finish covers
1.4 Legs
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Base legs
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Back legs
1.5 Vertical cabling
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Mesh vertical cable duct
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Tranclucent vertebra
1.6 Screen integration
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Vertical screens
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Horizontal screens
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Cabinets
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Writing and projection wall
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Technical outline of high Mediacar
Technical outline of low Mediacar
Description
Lectern
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Synoptic
Description
Mediacar
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Synoptic
Description
Sideboards
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Synoptic
Description
Installation examples
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12
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25
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27
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34
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Technical outline
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Mirror projection system
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Description
Recommended positioning
Ensuring compatibility between the projector and the chosen layout
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1. TABLES
1.1. Synoptic
6 types of tables are available:
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4 boat shaped tables, with or without top access
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3 curved rectangular tables, with or without top access
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6 modules for composing rectangular tables, with or without top access
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9 modules for composing ring or U shaped tables, with or without top access
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1 videoconference table, with or without top access
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2 round tables and 1 square table, with or without central power socket
The height of the tables is 72cm.
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The structural channel for cables and the legs are indicated by dashes.
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Boat shaped tables, with and without top access
Direction of grain
Tables without top access
Reinforcement beams
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Tables with top access
Direction of grain
Reinforcement beams
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Curved rectangular tables, with and without top access
Direction of grain
Tables without top access
Tables with top access
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Modules for composing rectangular tables, with and without top access
Tables without top access
Direction of grain
Start modules
End modules
Intermediary modules
Tables with top access
Start modules
End modules
Intermediary modules
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Configuration examples
Basic table:
1 start module L 150cm
1 end module L 150cm
Table with intermediary modules:
1 start module L 225cm
2 intermediary modules L 150cm
1 intermediary module L 75 cm
1 end module L 225 cm
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Modules for composing ring or U shaped tables, with and without top access
Tables without top access
Direction of grain
Start module
Intermediary modules
End module
¼ elliptic
module left
Intermediary modules
¼ elliptic
module right
¼ round module
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Tables with top access
Direction of grain
Start module
Intermediary modules
End module
¼ elliptic
module left
Intemediary modules
¼ elliptic
module right
¼ round module
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Configuration examples with
¼ round module
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Configuration examples with elliptic modules
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Videoconference table, with and without top access
This table is independent, incompatible with modular tables.
Table without top
access
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Table with top
access
Round tables and curved square tables, with and without central power sockets
Tables without central power socket
Tables with central power socket
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1.1
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Tables
Materials and edges
The tops are available in two finishes:
- Lacquered finish: Top made in 28mm MDF covered with polyurethane lacquer
- Wood finish: top made in 28mm MDF covered with 0.6mm veneer with high resistance Kraft paper
underside.
Edges
Edges are shaped with bevel technique.
For lacquered tops, the edge is lacquered in the same colour.
For tops with wood finish, the straight part, measuring 16mm is available in real wood (0.6mm wood
edges pressed onto the MDF and matching the top finish) or in brushed lacquer (sheen effect wood on
MDF, matching the top finish)
Veneer
0.6mm wood edge
Veneer
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Brushed lacquered
edge
Reinforcement beams
Made in grey anthracite finished high steel, they stabilise the tops of the 375cm x 160cm boat shaped
tables.
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1.3 Structural channel and horizontal cabling
The system is a part of the table’s weight bearing structure, and is the receptacle for the
connections and the technical equipment. The meeting table becomes uncluttered as the technical
equipment is completely hidden. The system can fit power sockets in the top section and the cabling
within it. The base panels are removable in case of the need for larger equipment.
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Profile
Top Access
Top
Top
Base panel
Front of system
Base panel
Front panel
Clips to hold the cables
Clips to hold the cables
Legs
Legs
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Top access covers
These are made from either lacquered MDF or ‘satin’ effect white plexiglass and have a thickness of
0.8cm. They have transparent pads on underside to prevent scratching.
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3 different shapes according to the shape and size of the tops (see synoptic)
With finger gaps they are 37.5cm in length and 15cm in width
Without finger gaps, they are 52.45cm and 75cm in length and 15cm in width
With finger gaps, they are 29cm in length and 10cm in width: for ring, “U” shaped, and video
conference tables only.
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- Outline of table without top access
In this instance, the table is without the base panels.
Cable clips
- Outline of table with top access
Top access
Base panel
Cable clips
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The front panels of the structural channel
They are made from melamine covered 1.9cm chipboard, with an edge in 2mm anti-shock ABS, with a
radius of 0.2mm, coloured to match the top finish.
1. Decorative layer using melamine resin.
2. Chipboard.
3. Decorative layer using melamine resin.
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Cable clips
The cable clips can be used for cable management on the inside section of the channel. They are
made from electro-zinc high steel, and are attached to the sides of the channel using the designated
holes. We recommend that you use one side of the channel for power and the other for data.
Cable space height: 4cm
Cable space depth: 0.8cm
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The base panels
Made from 0.3cm thick MDF panels covered with black paper, they are inserted into the grooves of the
sides. These panels are removable, allowing for equipment which would take up the whole channel.
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3 different dimensions
Lengths: 37.5cm, 52.45cm and 75cm (corresponding to the top-access) / Width: 16.8cm.
A 6cm diameter hole allows for cable management.
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Finish covers
Made from 0.1cm thick sheet metal, it is positioned at each end of the channel (or as a central column
in round and square tables with 4 legs).
Cover for 2 legs
Cover for 3 legs
Cover for 4 legs
1.4 The legs
The legs are made from 5cm diameter stainless steel tubes, connected by invisible welding. They use
leveling glides which can be adjusted (by around 1cm) to ensure the table is level. The glides have a
M8 threaded shaft and a resistant polyamide cap.
The types of legs vary according to the geometry of the tables (See Indications shown by dashes on
the synoptic)
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Basic leg
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Back leg for ring, U shaped and videoconference tables
For ring or U shaped tables, and videoconference tables, the basic leg is supported by a
straight leg behind it.
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1.5 Vertical cabling
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Mesh vertical cable duct
The cable duct is an 80cm long tube, made from a mesh fabric from collection 47 (ref : 47/0010 grey /
black), with a black zip. A black cotton cord fixes the tube to the table and to the floor, 15cm in length
above and below the tube.
Electrification using mesh vertical cable duct
Power socket, fixed to the base panel
using two screws
Base panel
Cable clips
We recommend that one side of the channel is
reserved for power, and the other for data.
Mesh cable duct
We recommend the use of one duct for power and one for
data (RJ45, VGA). Fixed by the black cord to the 6cm hole in
the base panel.
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Translucent vertebra
The translucent vertebra can be used in place of the mesh cable ducts. It is in translucent PVC and
contains two sections to separate power and data.
Dimensions : base 126 x 6.2cm, vertebrae : 7.8cm x 3.9cm.
Fixed by two round head screws (1.6cm)
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1.6 Screen Integration
Screen integration in furniture gives an impressive and stylish image, as well as being a highly
functional way of increasing the performance of meetings. The screens can be for the speaker alone
or, if necessary, for each participant (for example in board meetings with a large number of
participants, or shorter tables with a need for visual contact and interactivity)
Therefore, Audience can integrate « Element One » screens. These projects require the assistance of
audio video specialists, who can use their expertise to analyse the needs of the client and the
specifications of use, and can foresee the management of cables, equipment, and correctly carry out
the installation.
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Vertical screens
Description
Please contact us if ordering these screens.
Two models are available: single or double sided, both 170”.
There are two plate lengths: 52.45cm or 75cm, depending on the lengths of the top access openings
which they will replace.
Installation method
The screen takes the place of the top access (of the same length). To remove the base panel, one of
the two channel fronts must be taken out.
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Horizontal screens
Description
Integrated horizontal screen (170”) with keyboard and wireless mouse Includes motorised mechanism.
The screen and the external plate are finished in stainless steel.
Total length: 48cm
Total width: 41cm
Total height in extended position: 29cm
Installation method
The screen is to be integrated into the Media-car. It is simply placed in the designated section.
When shut, the keyboard and the mouse are integrated in a receptacle under the screen; only the
screen is visible from the surface.
Important:
Concerning any after-sale problems with the screens, Element One offers a specific complaints
procedure with precise instructions in the unlikely case of the need to return any equipment. In this
instance, please contact the AV specialist who supplied you with the screens.
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2. CABINETS
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Synoptic
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6 Cabinets
2 Door cabinets, width 100cm, 3 heights
1 Door cabinets, width 50cm, 3 heights
Open from right to left or left to right
(here represented as left hand doors)
Tops for cabinets from 50cm to 300cm in length
Junction shelves – to go between cabinets
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CABINET DIMENSIONS (CM)
DESCRIPTION
WITH FEET & TOPS
INTERIOR
DIMENSIONS
(A)
EXTERIOR DIMENSIONS
CABINET Ht 198.9
2 DOORS
HEIGHT
WIDTH
DEPTH
198.9
100
47
190.8
96.2
36,2
CABINET Ht 198.9
1 DOOR
HEIGHT
WIDTH
DEPTH
198.9
50
47
190.8
46.2
36.2
CABINET Ht 122.1
2 DOORS
HEIGHT
WIDTH
DEPTH
122.1
100
47
114
96.2
36.2
CABINET Ht 122.1
1 DOOR
HEIGHT
WIDTH
DEPTH
122.1
50
47
114
46.2
36.2
CABINET Ht 83.7
2 DOORS
HEIGHT
WIDTH
DEPTH
83.7
100
47
75.6
96.2
36.2
CABINET Ht 83.7
1 DOOR
HEIGHT
WIDTH
DEPTH
83.7
50
47
75.6
46.2
36.2
(A) Dimensions take into account hinges and locks
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Description
Cabinets available in 3 heights (198.9cm, 122.1cm and 83.7cm) and 2 widths (50cm and 100cm),
mounted on height adjustable feet with a travel of around 1.5cm.
CABINETS’ BODIES
Sides, doors, base and back made in 1.9cm MDF, while the interior top is made in 2.5cm MDF. Finish
of the whole body is ‘satin’ effect polyurethane lacquer.
The doors use 165° hinges. The shutting movement is softened thanks to shock absorbers placed on
the interior top for the three cabinet heights and also on the base for the cabinets of 198.9cm and
122.1cm.
The cabinets include a lock system, which also serves as the handle (the key can only be taken out of
the lock after the door has been locked).
INTERIOR SHELVES
They are made in 3.2cm thick metal, and have a depth of 36.2cm. Their finish is grey anthracite epoxy.
Suspended files can be hung below.
4 shelves are included in the 198.9cm cabinet.
2 shelves are included in the 122.1cm cabinet.
1 shelf is included in the 83.7cm cabinet.
CABINET TOPS
Finish tops must be ordered to be placed on top of cabinets. For adjacent cabinets, a shared finish top
can be ordered. However, this cannot be ordered if the cabinet includes junction shelves.
The tops are made in 1.2cm MDF, either lacquered or covered with 0.6mm veneer, with high
resistance Kraft paper underside.
JUNCTION SHELVES
Junction shelves can be added between two cabinets. Two widths are available: 50cm and 100cm. To
do this, it is necessary to specify whether the holes should be drilled on the left, right, or on both sides
of the cabinet.
The shelves are made from 2.8cm MDF, either lacquered or covered in 0.6mm wood veneer on the
top and underside.
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Profile of the edge of junction shelf
Top
(lacquer or veneer)
Lacquered edge for lacquered top
or brushed lacquered egde for veneer top
Underside
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Installation examples
Single tops
Shared top
Shared top not possible
Cabinets cannot be stacked
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3. WRITING AND PROJECTION WALL
This not only allows for image projection, but also for the installation of a large screen, or can simply
be used as a white board.
It also serves as storage, and can hold technical equipment.
The ‘wall’ benefits not only from its functionality but also from the fact that the building will rest
unmarked from the installation of projection screens.
It comprises two high cabinets (50cm or 100cm wide) with a projection/writing panel, 150cm junction
shelves, and a low panel for cable management fixed between them
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Synoptic
- Projection wall with single cabinets 50cm:
Low panel in
raised
position
150cm Junction shelf with or without cable outlet on the
lower shelf (Interior diameter: 7.5cm)
- Projection wall with double cabinets 100cm:
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Description
The characteristics of the projection wall cabinets are identical to those of the independent cabinets.
Their tops are included as standard and have the same characteristics of the tops of the independent
cabinets.
The 150cm junction shelves have the same characteristics as those of 50cm and 100cm, also with the
possibility to have 7.5cm cable outlets (8.9cm exterior diameter) on the lower shelf. For the higher
shelf, the 5cm gap between the projection screen and the shelf allows for the circulation of cables
without the need for a circular cable mount.
The projection and writing panel is made in MDF board covered with a 1.9cm thick specific laminated
bright white panel adapted both to be erasable when written on with a felt tip pen and for image
projection.
The fixed middle panel is made in 1.9cm lacquered MDF, and is of the same colour as the body of the
cabinets.
The low panel can be raised, allowing for access to the cables. It is made from 1.9cm lacquered MDF,
and is of the same colour as the body of the cabinets.
To raise the panel, insert fingers from both hands between the low panel and the floor, then rotate 90°
towards the blocking mechanisms of the two units: the panel should be under the low shelf, and
parallel to it.
To replace it, push simultaneously on both brackets and guide the panel back until it has closed.
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4. SIDEBOARDS
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Synoptic
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3 sideboards
1 door and 1 shelf unit
2 doors and 1 shelf unit
UNIT DIMENSIONS (CM)
2 DOORS
HEIGHT
EXTERIOR
DIMENSIONS
40
INTERIOR
DIMENSIONS
35
Lg 96
WIDTH
96
92 / 82*
DEPTH
42
32 / 38*
1 DOOR
HEIGHT
40
35
Lg 48
WIDTH
48
44 / 34*
DEPTH
42
32 / 38*
* With / without hinge
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Description
The sideboards are storage units with either 1 door (width 48cm) and/or 2 doors (width 96cm).
The units are on legs that match those of the tables. Spacers are placed on top of the units, on which
lies the finish top.
Top
Horizontal spacers
Storage units
Legs
Vertical spacers
STORAGE UNITS
The sides, doors and back of the units are made in 1.9cm MDF. The interior top and base are made in
2.5cm MDF.
The whole sideboard is covered with ‘satin’ effect polyurethane lacquer.
Each unit includes an interior shelf which is height adjustable, in 1.9cm MDF covered with
polyurethane lacquer.
The doors have 165° hinges. They shut using shock absorbers placed on the interior top (one shock
absorber per door). The doors cannot be locked.
The opening of the door for the 48cm unit uses left hand doors when placed on the left and right hand
doors when placed on the right.
The doors for the 96cm model open away from each other.
SPACERS
The lateral spacers are positioned between the tops and the storage units. They are made in 4cm
thick MDF lacquered in the same colour as the units.
The longitudinal spacers are positioned between the tops and the units, and are made in 4cm x 4cm
aluminium lacquered in the same colour as the units.
The vertical spacers separate the units and are made in 1.9cm MDF lacquered in the same colour as
the units.
FINISH TOPS
The tops are available with two finishes:
- Lacquered finish: panel made from 28mm MDF covered with polyurethane lacquer.
- Wood finish: panel made in 28mm MDF covered with 0.6mm veneer, with high resistance Kraft
paper underside, ‘satin’ effect or matt UV varnish depending on wood type.
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Edge
The edge is shaped by bevel technique.
For the lacquered tops, the edge is lacquered in the same colour.
For the tops with wood finish, the straight section, measuring 16mm, is available in real wood (0.6mm
wood edges pressed onto MDF and matching top finish) or in brushed lacquer (‘satin’ effect wood on
MDF, matching the top finish)
Veneer
0.6mm wood edge
Veneer
Brushed lacquered edge
SIDEBOARD LEGS
They are made in 4cm diameter stainless steel and include two leveling glides to allow for height
adjustment (by 1cm).
The glides have an M8 threaded shaft and a resistant polyamide cap.
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5. MEDIACAR
This is the ideal solution for dynamic presentations in average sized and large meeting rooms.
Audio-visual equipment can be integrated, and it can serve as a lectern and for storage space.
It is available in two versions: high, to integrate a screen in the upper section, or low, without space for
a screen, but with a lateral shelf for laptops.
The two Mediacars have three openings: one flap, one hinged door at the front and one hinged door at
the back for cable management.
The flap and the doors open with a soft touch. All doors can be locked by a central locking system, on
the right hand side of the Mediacar.
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Technical outline of high Mediacar
Front view
Side view
Fixed shelf
Shelf adjustable in
height in 3.2 cm
intervals
(Measurement
without hinges
and locks)
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Technical outlines of low Mediacar
Rear view
Side view
Shelf adjustable in
height in 3.2 cm
intervals
(Measurement
without hinges
and locks)
Bird’s eye view
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Description
Both Mediacars have 4 rollers with brakes and are completely made from 1.9cm MDF covered in
‘satin’ effect polyurethane lacquer.
The low compartment can store multimedia equipment or documents. It has an interior shelf that is
height adjustable in 3.2cm intervals.
The high compartment, which has a drop-front flap with shock absorber, can fit a projector or a CU, or
simply documents (Interior dimensions without shock absorbers and hinges: height 15cm, width
48.2cm, depth 42cm).
At the back, the hinged door allows for access to connections to the relevant equipment, and the
ventilation grill ensures a safe level of ventilation.
The low Mediacar has a lateral shelf which can support a laptop, made from MDF lacquered in grey
aluminium.
It comes out by means of a soft touch system, without locking mechanism (dimensions of shelf in open
postion: width 41cm depth 31cm).
Rotating power socket, to be placed under the shelf, can be ordered (2 power sockets, 2 RJ45
connections and 1 VGA connection). Finish: aluminium.
The low Mediacar also has two ballasting tablets on the base so that the unit cannot tip over in case of
over loading the lateral shelf.
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6. LECTERN
The lectern accompanies the speaker in formal presentations.
A compartment underneath the shelf can store documents, or can hide a small laptop.
It includes a power socket (1 power, 1 RJ45)
A microphone drilling is optional.
It is also possible to equip the upper part of the lectern with a 3.5W lamp (39cm by 1cm) using a cold
cathode light bulb. It turns on and off by passing your hand over a sensor placed on the right hand
side of the shelf.
The vertical section of the lectern is electrification ready: it has a door which opens with a soft touch
on the speaker’s side, allowing access to cables.
Vertical access
Bottom view (cable
circulation – power socket
cables included)
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Technical outline
Compartment for cable
management:
H: 96cm
L: 19cm
D: 4cm
No space for cables
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7. Mirror projection system
The mirror projection system allows the projector to be placed inside the tables, invisible from the
surface.
It is integrated into the central channel of tables with top access, in boat shaped or modular
rectangular versions. The fronts of the channel are cut off to make space for the shelf which supports
the projector (interior dimensions given in the drawings below).
The system relies on the creation of a new image by two mirrors, one in a low position, and the other
attatched to a moving flap, which is adjustable to obtain the correct height for the projection.
This solution hides the technical equipment and clears the spectators’ line of vision.
How to install the projection system?
Remove the top access by using the finger gaps, raise the flap to the high position with a soft touch
(push on the moving part of the flap and let go, the flap will open automatically using a piston system).
To shut, push the flap down until you can feel it latch.
In order to guarantee the optimal performance of this system, we recommend the use of the projector:
XGA SANYO - Ref: PLC-XU74. Nevertheless, other types of projectors can be integrated into the
system, as long as the dimensions and the required image size will allow (see outline for dimensions).
For technical information about the proposed projector, please go to www.sanyo.fr
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Description
Side view:
Mirror on moving
flap
Opens by soft touch
Top access
removed
Table top
Fixed mirror
Piston
Platform to support
projector
Cog for adjutment of
moving flap
Adjustable projector
support
The support table is made from 1.9cm plywood; other pieces are from grey aluminium finished metal.
The shelf, in the central position in the following drawing, can be moved to the right or to the left of the
central channel, from 4.2cm to 8.4cm from one side to the other according to position of the lens on
the projector (left, right or central). To move the platform, remove the 4 relevant screws underneath
the platform, then slide into the desired position. There are two supports, adjustable by slide
mechanisms, which keep the projector firmly in place.
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Front view
Push here to release moving
flap
Moving flap
Top access
Table top
Adjustable
projector support
in extreme
position
Projector support shelf can move
from 4.2cm to 8.4cm from one side
to another.
Adjustable
projector support
in normal position
Fronts of the channel
Movement to the left
<14.7>
<6.3>
<18.9>
+ 4.2cm to the left
>2.1<
+ 8.4cm to the left
Movement to the right
<6.3>
<14.7>
+ 4.2cm to the right
>2.1<
<18.9>
+ 8.4cm to the right
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Recommended positioning (For rectangular and boat shaped tables only)
Distance of the lens to the edge of the table
Positioning of projector
(Same positioning for all boat shaped tables:
L. 750cm, 600cm, 450cm, and 375 cm)
Distance of the lens to the
edge of the table
Positioning of the projector
(Same positioning for all start and end modules for
rectangular tables L. 225cm and 150cm)
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How can the compatibility of the projector with the intended lay out be ensured?
a) Maximum distance between the screen and the spectator situated the furthest from the screen
The ideal width of the projected image equals the distance between the screen and the spectator
situated furthest from it divided by 4.
Exemple: 5.50m / 4 = 1.375m (Standard projection ratio 4:3
Dmax = 5,50m
W image = ? m
W = 5.5m / 4
Ù W= 1.375m
Ù H image=
1.375*3/4 = 1.03m
b) Recommended distance between the screen and the projector
The technical characteristics of the projector will determine the size and the positioning of the image in
relation to the distance between the lens and the screen. This information must be checked in order to
guarantee the success of the installation. Please also ensure that you chose a projector with a high
image quality.
c)
Installation example with recommended projector SANYO PLC-XU74:
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The table found on the next page indicates that with this layout, the maximum diagonal is 1.67m, the
maximum height of the image is 1.0m, and the recommended distance from the floor is from 1.11m to
1.33m.
The table can be receded by from 5cm to 10cm to achieve an image height of 1,03m (ideal height for
the furthest spectator).
Diagonal:
Diagonal of
the image
Height: Height of image
Base: Height between the floor
and the bottom of the image
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Table of image dimensions for the projector SANYO PLC-XU74
Please allow for +/- 5%
PROJECTION DIMENSIONS (m)
Required projection distance
between the projection wall and the
lens of the projector
Diagonal
Of the projected
image
Base
Minimal image
height
Height
of the
projected
image
2
1.33
~
1.6
1.06
~
1.28
0.8
~
0.96
2.1
1.39
~
1.67
1.11
~
1.33
0.83
~
1
2.2
1.45
~
1.74
1.16
~
1.39
0.87
~
1.05
2.3
1.51
~
1.81
1.2
~
1.45
0.9
~
1.09
2.4
1.56
~
1.88
1.25
~
1.5
0.94
~
1.13
2.5
1.62
~
1.95
1.3
~
1.56
0.98
~
1.17
2.6
1.68
~
2.02
1.34
~
1.62
1.01
~
1.21
2.7
1.74
~
2.09
1.39
~
1.67
1.05
~
1.26
2.8
1.8
~
2.16
1.44
~
1.73
1.08
~
1.3
2.9
1.86
~
2.23
1.48
~
1.78
1.12
~
1.34
3
1.91
~
2.3
1.53
~
1.84
1.15
~
1.38
3.1
1.97
~
2.37
1.58
~
1.9
1.19
~
1.43
3.2
2.03
~
2.44
1.62
~
1.95
1.22
~
1.47
3.3
2.09
~
2.51
1.67
~
2.01
1.26
~
1.51
3.4
2.15
~
2.58
1.72
~
2.06
1.29
~
1.55
3.5
2.21
~
2.65
1.76
~
2.12
1.33
~
1.59
3.6
2.27
~
2.72
1.81
~
2.18
1.36
~
1.64
3.7
2.32
~
2.79
1.86
~
2.23
1.4
~
1.68
3.8
2.38
~
2.86
1.9
~
2.29
1.43
~
1.72
3.9
2.44
~
2.93
1.95
~
2.35
1.47
~
1.76
4
2.5
~
3
2
~
2.4
1.5
~
1.81
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