Yes 20 Charging Wall Cabinet for Tablets
Owner's Manual for
Yes 20 Charging Wall
Cabinet for Tablets
Built with Anthro-DNA™
Part # YESCABGMPW
Components at a Glance
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Front of Cabinet (closed)
Front of Cabinet (open)
Side of Cabinet (open)
1. Locking front door to User area.
4. Lock mechanism
2. Locking door latch w/padlock bracket.
5. Bay dividers with
Cable Channels
7. Cord pass-through from front
of cabinet
3. Feet (for countertop installation)
6. Laptop cubby for host computer
8. Center divider with power outlets
9. Power cord access
10. Locking side door to IT area
This Cabinet is designed to automatically charge and store tablet, smart phone, and hand-held devices
safely and efficiently. This cabinet supports 1-20 devices. Please review this manual before installing your
equipment to learn how to use the cabinet safely.
Table of Contents
The cabinet is listed to UL Information Technology Equipment 60950-1 safety standard.
Safety Notices ................ 2
AC input: 120VAC 60 Hz. Max amps: 12A.
Installing the Cabinet........3
Getting Started ............... 2
Loading Devices ............. 6
Troubleshooting Guide ... 7
Warranty ......................... 8
For the latest User Installation Guide please visit: www.ergotron.com
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Getting Started
Important Safeguards - We want you to be safe!
These cabinets are electrical devices. Use care with them and follow
these important safeguards:
• Electrical devices are not toys. Children are often unaware of
the hazards associated with electrical devices, so this unit must
always be used by adults or with adult supervision.
• Do not use this unit outdoors.
• Liquids should not be stored in, set on or placed inside this unit.
• Never unplug this product from the outlet when your hands are
wet.
• Set the power switch to the down OFF position before you
unplug the unit from the wall, plug the unit into the wall, or plug in
devices.
• Be careful with the power cord. Do not jam the power cord
against sharp edges. Do not use the unit if the cord appears to be
damaged or if the ground prong is missing. When the unit is not
plugged in, wrap the power cord and store in the IT area.
• Do not use an extension cord with this unit.
• Inadequate repair can create significant hazards to users and is
not covered by the warranty. Repairs should always be performed
by a qualified electrician.
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Electrical Testing
• Before using your new charging cabinet, have a qualified
electrician verify the current draw does not exceed the rating of
the unit when all the devices are installed.
• Test the contact integrity of the wall outlet using a receptacle
tension tester such as a Woodhead 1760 or a Safeplug 1700.
• Test the branch circuit for ground integrity and branch circuit
protection.
• Do not plug in the unit if the switch, receptacles, or power cord
have been damaged or if the ground prong is missing from the
plug. If repairs are ever needed, they should be performed by a
qualified electrician.
Doors and Locks
The front doors on each cabinet feature a two-point keyed locking system
to protect your devices. To open a door, lift the bottom of the handle and
rotate it to the inside of the unit. Your unit shipped with 2 keys. Contact
Customer Care for replacements.
For added security, each front door features a padlock bracket to hold
your own padlock. When installed, your padlock restricts access to the
handle so the unit can’t be opened.
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Installing the Cabinet
STEP 1
Select the Mounting Location and Method
ƒƒ When choosing the right place to install your cabinet, be sure to check the location of your power source.
The power cord that comes with your cabinet is 10 ft long.
ƒƒ Your cabinet can be wall-mounted to wood wall studs or drywall, or bolt it to a countertop. If you’re
installing to wood wall studs, go to Step 2. If you’re installing into drywall, go to Step 3. If you're bolting to a
countertop, go to
Step 4. The cabinet also comes with cushioned feet; use them if you're placing your cabinet on a flat
surface. See Step 5 for installation instructions.
ƒƒ NOTE: Your Yes Cabinet for Tablets can be mounted to other surfaces (like concrete or brick), and this
work should be done by a qualified contractor.
STEP 2
Wall Stud Profile
Wall-mount to Wood Wall Studs
This is a two-person step.
ƒƒ Determine the installation point for your cabinet.
Using a stud finder, locate the studs. While one
person holds the cabinet frame up to the wall at
the desired height, the other marks the height
of the top of the cabinet. Measure down 1-1/2"
along the studs to determine the position of the
screws and mark where the screws will go. Use
a level to make sure the marks are level.
1½"
¼"
Tape
Drill
Screw
ƒƒ Using a 1/8" drill bit, drill one hole in a stud
about
1-1/2" deep. How do you make sure that hole
is 1-1/2" deep? Measure that length on your
drill bit and mark it with a piece of masking tape.
Stop drilling when you reach the masking tape.
Repeat for the second screw.
ƒƒ Using a Phillips driver (or a power driver with a
Phillips bit), attach the first 1-5/8" long screw at
that mounting point, but don’t tighten all the way
to the wall. Stop tightening when the screw head
is about 1/4" away from wall.
ƒƒ Lift the cabinet onto the wall. Mark the screw
position of the lower screws. Remove the
cabinet, drill the lower holes, and install the
lower screws. Lift the cabinet into place and
tighten all four screws.
ƒƒ
1-5/8" Screw
325-5086-00
Go to Step 6.
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STE P 3
Wall-mount to Drywall
ƒƒ Determine the installation point for your cabinet.
While one person holds the cabinet frame up to
the wall at the desired height, the other marks
the height of the top of the cabinet. Measure
down 1-1/2" to determine the position of the
screws and mark where the screws will go.
Use a level to make sure the marks are level.
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B
C
D
ƒƒ Drill 1/2" diameter hole at the mounting point.
ƒƒ Insert a TOGGLER into one hole, metal end first.
ƒƒ Pull the plastic ring end so the metal channel
rests flush behind the wall. With your other
hand, slide the plastic cap along the straps until
the flange of the cap is flush with the wall.
ƒƒ Place your thumb between the plastic straps.
Push side to side, snapping off the straps at the
wall.
ƒƒ Insert a 1-5/8" long screw into the TOGGLER,
but don't tighten all the way. Leave the bolt
head about 1/4" from the plastic cap.
ƒƒ Repeat for the second TOGGLER.
ƒƒ Lift the cabinet onto the wall. Mark the screw
position of the lower screws. Remove the
cabinet and install the lower TOGGLERs. Lift
the cabinet into place and tighten all four screws.
Go to Step 6.
STE P 4
Bolt-through Installation to Countertop
ƒƒ Pre-drill a 1/4" dia hole in your countertop or shelf.
ƒƒ Using a box knife, slice through the membrane covering the predrilled holes on the bottom of the cabinet.
ƒƒ Slide the 3.5" bolt through the washer, through the bottom of the
cabinet, through the countertop, and capture with the 325-5259-00
nut.
3.5" Bolt
325-5657-00
5/8" Washer
325-5379-00
1/4-20 Nylock Nuts
325-5259-00
Go to Step 6.
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STE P 5
Install Feet
• Stick a 3/4" wood screw through each rubber bumper (581-5063-00).
• Locate the four pre-drilled holes on the bottom of the cabinet, one in each corner. Using the Anthro driver, attach each foot to the cabinet.
3/4" Button Hd PB Screw
325-5575-00
STE P 6
Install the Bay Labels and Route Cables
• Your cabinet comes with labels for numbering the bays in your cabinet. Line up each label with the front face of the bay shelf, peel of the backer,
and affix the label.
• Starting at the far left-hand side of each shelf, route one cord through the channel at the top of the divider. The
right-hand divider on each shelf will not have a cord. Make sure the cord end that goes into the device
is at the front of the cart and the power end goes through the back panel and into the IT area. Leave
enough slack in front so users have enough cord to easily plug into the device without straining the cord.
To quickly measure an adequate length, use the height of the divider as a measuring stick.
• The open area at the bottom of the cabinet is designed to hold a teacher laptop. Use the small cable clips provided to route its cord to the back
of the cabinet and into the side IT area.
• In the IT area, plug in each power adapter, then connect each cord to an adapter. Use the cable ties to organize cables.
• Turn the power to the OFF position before plugging the cabinet into the wall.
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Loading Devices, Cable Management
In the front User area of the cabinet
• Check that the vertical
spacing of the shelves
fits your devices. To
adjust shelf height, the
Anthro driver to loosen
(not remove) the 2 screws
that attach the left side of
the shelf. Lift the left side
off the screws and pull
the shelf to the left to free
the tabs on the right. Set
aside the shelf. Remove
and reinstall the screws
and shelf at the desired
height. [Image A]
• To route the cords, route one charging cord along the top of each
divider. Make sure that the cord end that goes into the device is
at the front of the bay and the power end goes through the center
panel and into the IT area.
A
• Check the position of the
Cable Comb located at
B
the back of the shelf. Is
it at the right height? If
not, reposition it! Remove the two fasteners on the left side
using the Anthro driver and set them aside. Lift the left side of
the comb and pull the piece to the left to free the tabs on the
right. Reinstall the screws at the desired height, then reinstall
the comb.
• Check that the horizontal spacing of the bay dividers fits
your devices and cases. To move the dividers and adjust the
bay width, press back on the divider tab under the shelf that
connects the divider to the shelf until the divider pops free. If
your fingers don't fit, try a flat-head screwdriver. To install the
divider, angle the divider into a slot at the back of the shelf,
then tilt the divider into place at the front of the shelf. [Image B]
Number each bay with the provided labels.
• Leave enough slack in front
(approximately 4.5”; use
the height of the divider as
a measuring stick) so users
can plug in the device without
straining the cord. [Image C]
• Weave the cord around the short
hook at the front of the divider,
then back and forth through the
three long channels along the
top of the divider, including the
center channel that’s lower than
the others, and finally through
the short hook at the back of the
divider. [Image D and E]
C
In the side IT area of the
cabinet
D
• Plug in each power adapter,
then use Cable Ties provided
to organize excess cord length.
[Image F]
• A great technique for coiling
cables is to wind them around
two fingers before securing them
in the cable ties. Be sure to leave
enough slack in your cord so it
can plug into the adapter.
E
G
• Turn the power switch to the
OFF position before plugging the
cabinet into the wall. [Image G]
• Route the power cable through
the mouse hole on the inside
edge of the cabinet to feed the
cord down to a power outlet
below the cabinet or inside the
wall. [Image H]
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CO NG RATUL AT I O N S ! Y O U R CABINET ASSEM BLY IS COM PL ETE !
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Troubleshooting Guide
How do I know if my devices will draw more than the allowed current?
Have a qualified electrician verify the unit’s current draw. Perform this test with devices installed and batteries discharged.
The devices are all plugged in, but they won’t charge. What do I do?
First, check the cabinet: With the switch in the down OFF position, inspect the main power cord and plug to make sure that they’re undamaged. Plug the
cord into a working power outlet. Next, check the devices: Verify that each device is connected to its power adapter and that each brick is plugged into
the power column. Move the switch to the up ON position to direct power to the devices. Still need some help? Contact Customer Care for assistance.
Someone tried to break into the unit and damaged a door. Can it be replaced?
Yes, you can order a replacement. Contact Customer Care. We’ll ask you for the model number of your unit and whether it’s for the front or side of the
unit.
My power cord/plug is damaged. Is it covered under warranty?
For warranty information visit: www.ergotron.com/warranty
When I plug in the unit it trips the circuit breaker. What is wrong?
The cabinets are designed to run on a 15 amp circuit. If you have other equipment or appliances plugged into the same circuit you may be overloading it.
Have a qualified electrician check that adequate power is available in the circuit.
My unit was damaged during shipment. What should I do?
Please contact Customer Care and we’ll work with you.
How do I find the unit’s serial number?
The serial number label is located inside the IT area near the base.
Can I remove a bay divider?
Yes! Locate the tab at the base of the front of the divider. Place a piece of masking tape on the shelf in front of the tab to protect the shelf's finish, then
carefully and gently pry up the tab using a narrow flat-head screwdriver.
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For Warranty visit: www.ergotron.com/warranty
For Service visit: www.ergotron.com
For local customer care phone numbers visit: http://contact.ergotron.com
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