Mounting Kit Assembly Guide for the Cisco 910 Industrial Router

Mounting Kit Assembly Guide for the Cisco 910 Industrial Router
Mounting Kit Assembly Guide for the Cisco 910 Industrial Router
Mounting Kit Assembly Guide for the
Cisco 910 Industrial Router
First Published: July 8, 2014
Last Updated: May 12, 2015
This guide explains how to assemble and install the IP55 dust-and-water protection enclosure safely for outdoor use of
the Cisco 910 Industrial Router. The following are the features of this enclosure:
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Provides physical stability for the router.
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Discourages tampering and prevents theft.
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Can be mounted securely to a wall or a pole.
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Facilitates airflow for ventilation.
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Is an adaptable and cost-effective alternative to complex cabinet-making and construction projects.
For indoor use, we recommend that you mount the device on a standard 7.5-mm DIN rail. The detailed procedures of
DIN rail mount are described in the Cisco 910 Industrial Router Hardware Installation Guide.
This guide is intended for general contractors, specialty trade contractors, subcontractors, and other licensed
professionals who are experienced in light construction work. This document contains the following sections:
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Product Kit Contents, page 1
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Tools You Need, page 3
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Installation Scenarios, page 3
Product Kit Contents
The outdoor mount kit contains fabricated parts made from sheet metal and a plastic bag that holds standard supplies
(fasteners). Installation scenarios in this guide refer to fasteners by numbers, as specified in the first column (No.) of
Table 1.
Table 1 shows the fasteners and fabricated parts that are in this mount kit.
Table 1
Fasteners and Fabricated Parts (Not Shown to Exact Scale)
No.
Name
Appearance
Quantity
1
M6 screw
4
2
M3 x 14L screw
22
3
M3 x 8L screw
4
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Table 1
Fasteners and Fabricated Parts (Not Shown to Exact Scale) (continued)
No.
Name
Appearance
Quantity
4
Wall mount screw
4
5
Wall mount clamp
4
6
Flat washer
4
7
Big hose clamp
2
8
Small hose clamp
2
9
Mount bracket
1
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Table 1
Fasteners and Fabricated Parts (Not Shown to Exact Scale) (continued)
No.
Name
Appearance
Quantity
10
Water shield bracket
1
11
Water shield rear cover
1
12
Water shield front cover
assembly
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Tools You Need
Your professional training and judgment as a licensed contractor will determine the actual tools that you use while
completing the scenarios described in this guide. However, common tools include:
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Phillips screwdriver
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Scratch awl or other sharp-pointed object (wall-mount)
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Electric drill with a 6-mm drill bit (wall-mount)
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Crescent wrench or socket wrench
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Pencil
Installation Scenarios
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Assembling the IP55 Enclosure, page 4
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Mounting to a Wall, page 8
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Mounting to a Pole, page 10
Assembling the IP55 Enclosure
For outdoor use, install the chassis of the Cisco 910 Industrial Router into an IP55-certified dust-and-water protection
enclosure. After this, install the assembled IP55 case to a wall or a pole.
Figure 1 illustrates the IP55 dust-and-water protection enclosure assembly.
IP55 Enclosure Assembly
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1
5
2
7
4
6
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Figure 1
7
1
M6 screws
5
Water shield bracket
2
Rear cover
6
Water shield front cover
3
M3, L8(mm) screws
7
M3, L14(mm) screws
4
Chassis
Follow these steps to install the chassis into an IP55 enclosure:
1. Place the Cisco 910 Industrial Router on a flat surface, such as a table or workbench.
Note: To install the chassis into the IP55 enclosure, uninstall the DIN mount kit first, because the installation of the
water shield bracket, which is a part of IP55 case assembly, uses the same four screw bores that are used to install
the DIN mount kit.
2. When the DIN mount kit is assembled on the chassis, you can only see the upper two screws; the lower two screws
are hidden behind the mount clip. Push the DIN mount clip by a screwdriver and pull down the clip to reveal the lower
screws, as shown in Figure 2.
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Figure 2
Uninstalling the DIN Mount Kit
4
3
2
2
1
3
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5
6
1
DIN mount clip
4
DIN rail
2
Screw driver
5
Upper screws
3
DIN mount kit assembly
6
Lower (hidden) screws
3. Remove the DIN mount kit.
4. Put the water shield bracket (No. 10 in Table 1) on the cover of the router where the DIN mount kit was previously
installed.
5. Align the four bores in the water shield bracket with the bores on the cover of the router.
6. Thread a No. 3 screw through each bore in the sheet metal bracket and down into the corresponding bore on top of
the router. Tighten the screw inside the bore.
7. Place the rear cover (No. 11 in Table 1) on the back of the router.
8. Align the four bores near the top of the rear cover with the four bores in the water shield bracket.
9. Thread a No. 2 screw through each bore in the water shield bracket and down into the corresponding bore in the
rear cover. Tighten the screw inside the bore.
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10. Connect the cables, external antenna, and SPFs, if any, to the router, and leave the other end of the cables or antenna
out of the cable outlet.
11. (Optional) Install the external 3G antenna if you are using the model IR910G-K9/IR910G-NA-K9; install the external
Wi-Fi antenna if you are using the model IR910W-K9; install a sensor card antenna if you are using a sensor card.
Note: The 3G antenna has a TNC type connector with a black heat shrink tube. The 868MHz LoRa card antenna has
an SMA type connector with a black heat shrink tube. The 433MHz LoRa card antenna has an SMA type connector
with a white heat shrink tube.
a. Attach one end of the cable to the antenna, and the other end to the antenna connector on the panel, or to the
sensor card.
b. Use two No. 2 screws to fix the antenna to the IP55 enclosure, as shown in Figure 3.
Figure 3
IP55 Enclosure Antenna Installation
1
2 x M3, L14 (mm) screws
4
Sensor card antenna
2
Wi-Fi antenna
5
3G model in IP55 case
3
Wi-Fi model in IP55 case
6
3G antenna
c. Figure 4 shows the external antenna cabling routing when you have both the Wi-Fi or 3G antenna and the sensor
card antenna.
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Figure 4
External Antenna Cabling Routing
1
3G or WiFi antenna cable
4
Wi-Fi antenna
2
Sensor card antenna cable
5
3G antenna
3
Sensor card antenna
12. Assemble the water shield front (No. 12 in Table 1) cover onto the rear cover to hold the router between the two
covers. The cables and antenna should go out through the cable outlet.
13. Align the 14 bores in the edges of the rear cover with the corresponding bores in the front cover.
14. Thread a No. 2 screw through each bore in the front cover and down into the corresponding bore in the rear cover
and tighten the screw inside the bores. The chassis is now assembled into the IP55 enclosure.
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Mounting to a Wall
Install in accordance with local and national building codes.
Caution: Before installation, consider carefully whether the installation site is strong enough to support the combined
weight of the IP55 enclosure and the Cisco 910 Industrial Router that it encloses.
Warning: Read the wall-mounting instructions carefully before beginning installation. Failure to use the correct
hardware or to follow the correct procedures could result in a hazardous situation to people and damage to the
system. Statement 378
Figure 5
Wall Mounting Bracket Feature
4
2
1
4 x Band strap hole
3
4 x Wall mount feature
2
Cable outlet
4
Clamp gusset feature
3
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Follow these steps to mount the router in the IP55 enclosure to a wall.
1. Secure the router into the IP55 enclosure according to the instructions provided in the “Assembling the IP55
Enclosure” section on page 4.
2. Thread a No. 1 screw through each of the four bores in the rear cover and tighten the screws a bit inside the bores
but not till the end.
3. Hold the mount bracket against the wall and make sure that the direction is correct, as shown in Figure 6.
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Figure 6
Mount Bracket
1
3
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2
1
Wall mount holes
2
Band strap holes
3
IP55 case assembly holes
4. Place a mark through the four bores (No.1 in Figure 6) in the edges of the bracket at the points where you will drill
holes into the wall.
5. Use a drill or an awl to drill wall bores that are 1 in. (25.4 mm) deep and 0.25 in. (6 mm) in diameter.
6. Seat the No. 5 wall mount clamp inside the wall bores.
7. Align the bores in the bracket with the seated clamps.
8. Perform the following tasks for each bore in the back plate:
a. Carefully position a flat washer (No. 6 in Table 1) over the bore.
b. Thread a No. 4 wall mount screw through the flat washer and down into the corresponding clamp.
c. Tighten the screw inside the seated clamp.
9. Place the IP55 enclosure onto the bracket so that the four screws that you threaded in 2. align with the corresponding
bores in the bracket. The Cisco logo on the IP55 enclosure should face you, as shown in Figure 7.
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Figure 7
Mounting to a Wall
1
4
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3
2
1
IP55 case assembly
3
4 x Wall mount screw
2
Mount bracket
4
4 x Fasten screw
10. Hold the IP55 enclosure and put it down so that the fasten screws are locked in the mount bracket.
11. Tighten the fasten screws to secure the IP55 enclosure onto the bracket.
Mounting to a Pole
Install in accordance with local and national building codes.
Caution: Before installation, consider carefully whether the installation site is strong enough to support the combined
weight of the IP55 enclosure and the Cisco 910 Industrial Router that it encloses.
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Figure 8
Pole Mounting and Cable Routing
3
1
4
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2
1
Pole
3
Case
2
Band strap
4
Cabling routing from the bottom side
Follow these steps to mount the router in the IP55 enclosure to a pole.
1. Secure the router into the IP55 enclosure according to the instructions provided in the “Assembling the IP55
Enclosure” section on page 4.
2. Thread a No. 1 screw through each of the four bore in the rear cover and tighten the screw a bit inside the bore but
not till the end.
3. Align the back plate against a sturdy metal pole. The clamp gusset feature on the mount bracket should point at the
pole.
4. Follow these steps to use a pair of big or small band straps with hose clamps (No. 7 or No.8 in Table 1) to secure
the bracket onto the pole:
a. Choose the big or small hose clamps to use with your pole mounting according to your pole diameter:
—
Small hose clamp can be used for any pole from 2.5 to 5.5 inches in diameter.
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Big hose clamp can be used for any pole from 5.5 to 8.5 inches in diameter.
b. Thread the band straps through the holes in the mount bracket and surround the pole, as shown in Figure 6.
c. Tighten the band straps enough to secure the mount bracket to the pole by the hose clamps.
5. Place the assembled IP55 case onto the mount bracket. The four screws that you threaded in 2. should align with
the corresponding bores in the mount bracket. The Cisco logo on the IP55 enclosure should face you, as shown in
Figure 9.
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Obtaining Documentation and Submitting a Service Request
Figure 9
Mounting to a Pole
2
4
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3
1
1
IP55 case assembly
3
Band strap
2
Mount bracket
4
Fasten screw
6. Hold the IP55 enclosure and put it down so that the fasten screws are locked in the mount bracket.
7. Tighten the fasten screws to secure the IP55 enclosure onto the bracket.
Obtaining Documentation and Submitting a Service Request
For information on obtaining documentation, using the Cisco Bug Search Tool (BST), submitting a service request, and
gathering additional information, see What’s New in Cisco Product Documentation at:
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