i-Series Fixture

i-Series Fixture
i-Series Videoconference Fixture
TM
Operating Instructions
580 Mayer Street, Building #7, Bridgeville, PA 15017 • phone 412.206.0106 • fax 412.206.0146 www.brightlines.com
© 2013 Brightline, L.P.
Safety
• To prevent risk of fire or electric shock, do not expose this fixture to water or moisture. i-Series fixtures
are listed for indoor use only.
• Do no open fixtures, as this may damage internal components and will void the warranty.
Owner’s Record
• The serial number of this product can be found in the top of the fixture. You should note
the model number and the serial number in the space provided and retain this book for future
reference as a permanent record of your purchase.
Model No.________________________
Serial No.________________________
Date of Purchase__________________
Product Description
i-Series Fixture
The i-Series, a sleek, cool-to-the-touch, energy efficient LED fixture, is scalable to virtually any monitor or
display. The i-Series fixtures make it easy to look your best on camera, allowing individuals to conference
remotely without sacrificing critical visual details.
i-S/48/D
i-S/48
i-S/36
i-S/22
i-S/16
Specifications
Housing:
.078” thick aluminum extrusion, aluminum cast end caps.
Reflector:
.09” aluminum reflector, powder-coated gloss-white.
Finish:
Fixture body and end caps are painted with a smooth, gloss-black powder-coating.
Transformer:
A low-voltage transformer with a 6-foot power cord. The plug is a NEMA 1/15P (single pin connection). Input: 100-240 VAC 50/60Hz
Lamp:
LED - Warm white. 3200K - 50,000 hours
Optional Accessories:
VESA mounting bracket plate in 75mm - 100mm, 100mm-200mm sizes (i-S/16 and i-S/22 only)
VESA large pattern brackets
Dimensions:
Overall body dimensions are:
i-S/16: 16” x 1.71” x 3.5” (406.4mm x 43.44mm x 88.9mm)
i-S/22: 22” x 1.71” x 3.5” (558.8mm x 43.44mm x 88.9mm)
i-S/36: 36” x 1.71” x 3.5” (914.4mm x 43.44mm x 88.9mm)
i-S/48: 48” x 1.71” x 3.5” (1219.2mm x 43.44mm x 88.9mm)
i-S/48/D: 48” x 3.21“ x 3.5” (1219.2mm x 81.54mm x 88.9mm)
Labels:
CE, UL, cUL, CCC, and PSE certifications pending. Patent pending.
Installation - Small Pattern VESA
ATTACHING VESA PLATE TO MONITOR
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2.
3.
4.
Unpack the fixture.
Locate the VESA plate and mounting screws.
On the reverse of the monitor, locate the VESA mounting pattern (figure 1).
Align VESA plate to mounting pattern. Use provided screws to attach the VESA plate to the monitor.
Make sure that the attached VESA bracket angle is facing away from the monitor and that it is
oriented to achieve the desired fixture position (figure 2).
NOTE: Flip VESA bracket for additional height options
Figure 1 - 100mm VESA pattern shown
Figure 2 - Attaching VESA plate to monitor
Installation - Small Pattern VESA
ATTACHING THE FLEX ARM
Using the bracket angle, the provided screw, and
the provided Allen wrench, attach the flex arm to
the bracket angle as shown (figure 3).
Figure 3 - Attaching the flex arm to the VESA plate
ATTACHING THE FIXTURE
Attach to the fixture to the flex arm with the
provided screw. Secure through bracket on the
back of the fixture (figure 4).
Figure 4 - Attaching the fixture to the flex arm
Installation - Large Pattern VESA
ATTACHING FLEX ARMS TO BRACKETS
It’s strongly recommended that you attach the
flex arms to the brackets before attempting any
installation. You can use the top of the flex arm to
guage the approximate location of the fixture
when adjusting the height on the brackets.
1. Locate the flex arms, brackets and hex head
screws.
2. Use the provided Allen wrench to attach each
flex arm to a bracket.
3. Insert, but do not over tighten, the remaining
hex head screws into the top of both flex
arms.
6.18”
Note the dimensions in figure 7 when positioning
the brackets. If the top flange of the bracket falls
below 6” under the top of the display, there may
be interference with the i-Series fixture. To
achieve the best possible user experience, install
the brackets so that 1” to 3” of the flex arm are
exposed above the display. This will provide the
best possible articulation (figure 5).
1“ - 3”
Figure 5 - Recommended Height
14.13”
Figure 6 - Assembling the bracket and flex arm
Figure 7 - Bracket dimensions
Installation - Large Pattern VESA
INSTALLING BRACKETS WITH AVAILABLE VESA HOLES
If your display has multiple VESA patterns (e.g., 400x600 &
400x800) or if your display is not wall-mounted, you may
mount the i-Series brackets to the unused holes without
uninstalling your existing VESA bracket (if applicable).
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Unpack fixture and and accessories.
Unmount your display (If necessary) and place face-down on a clean, soft surface.
If your display takes size M6 screws, use the M6x12mm screws to mount the brackets. If your display takes
size M8, use the M8x16mm screws. When using the M6, you must also use the metal washer (figure 8).
Take two (2) nylon washers and align them with the topmost unused holes. They should be evenly spaced
from the center (figure 9). If you have more than one set available, use the widest set.
Position bracket with flat side facing display. Align appropriate slot with the hole depending on your
height requirement (figure 10). Use only the top five (5) slots.
Secure with screws provided. Ensure brackets are parallel before tightening. If your mounting hole is too
shallow, insert another nylon washer (figure 11). Add only as many as you need. Screw should be as deep
as possible.
Figure 8 - LEFT: M8 - RIGHT: M6 with washer
Figure 9 - Components in line with mount holes
Figure 10 - Adjusting height of bracket
Figure 11 - Additional washer
Installation - Large Pattern VESA
INSTALLING BRACKETS WITH EXISTING VESA BRACKETS
If your display has only one VESA pattern and it
is in use by an existing VESA bracket, you may
install the i-Series bracket one of two ways. If the
VESA bracket is wide enough and there is no
interference with the mounting apparatus
(figure 12), then the i-Series bracket can nest
within the VESA bracket. If the VESA bracket is
too narrow or too shallow or otherwise incompatiple with this method, please see page 3.
.4375”
Figure 12 - i-Series
bracket nested inside
VESA bracket : no interference
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Unpack fixture and and accessories.
Unmount your display (If necessary) and place face-down on a clean, soft surface.
If your display takes size M6 screws, use the M6x16mm screws to mount the brackets. If your display takes
size M8, use the M8x20mm screws. When using the M6, you must also use the metal washer (figure 13). If
the screws used to install your VESA brackets are longer than our provided size, you may reuse them.
Remove all screws used to install your VESA bracket. Separate them from the screws provided with the
i-Series bracket.
Take four (4) nylon washers and align them with the VESA holes (figure 14).
Reposition VESA brackets on top of nylon washers. Position i-Series brackets in VESA brackets with flat
side facing display. Align appropriate slot with the topmost hole depending on your height requirement
(figure 15). Use only the top five (5) slots.
Secure VESA bracket and i-Series bracket with screws provided. Ensure brackets are parallel before tightening. If your mounting hole is too shallow, insert another nylon washer for each screw (figure 16). Add
only as many as you need. Screw should be as deep as possible.
Figure 13 - LEFT: M8 - RIGHT: M6 with washer
Figure 14 - Components in line with mount holes
Figure 15 - Adjusting height of bracket
Figure 16 - Additional washer
Installation - Large Pattern VESA
INSTALLING BRACKETS WITH EXISTING VESA BRACKETS (PART 2)
If your display has only one VESA pattern and it
is in use by an existing VESA bracket, you may
install the i-Series bracket one of two ways. If the
VESA bracket is too narrow to nest the i-Series
bracket inside it or if the mounting aparatus
would interfere with the i-Series bracket if
nested, you may mount the bracket between the
VESA brackets and the display.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
Figure 17 - Bend back and
Unpack fixture and and accessories.
forth to snap off
Unmount your display (if necessary) and place face-down on a clean, soft surface.
Take i-Series bracket and snap off lower portion on each (figure 17). Do not discard either portion.
If your display takes size M6 screws, use the M6x25mm screws to mount the brackets. If your display takes
size M8, use the M8x30mm screws. When using the M6, you must also use the metal washer (figure 18). If
the screws used to install your VESA brackets are longer than our provided size, you may reuse them.
Remove all screws used to install your VESA bracket. Separate them from the screws provided with the
i-Series bracket.
Take four (4) nylon washers and align them with the VESA holes (figure 19).
Position i-Series brackets with flat side facing display. Align appropriate slot with the topmost hole
depending on your height requirement (figure 20). Use only the top five (5) slots. Use the smaller,
snapped-off portion as a shim on the lower holes.
Reposition VESA brackets on top of i-Series brackets. Make sure the VESA bracket is fully supported by
both the i-Series bracket and the shim.
Secure with screws provided. Ensure brackets are parallel before tightening. If your mounting hole is too
shallow, insert another nylon washer for each screw (figure 21). Add only as many as you need. Screw
should be as deep as possible.
Figure 18 - LEFT: M8 - RIGHT: M6 with washer
Figure 19 - Components in line with mount holes
Figure 20 - Adjusting height of bracket
Figure 21 - Additional washer
Installation - Wall
INSTALLING BRACKETS TO WALL BEHIND DISPLAY
When you are unable or unwilling to use any of the VESA mount
options, you may also mount the brackets to a wall behind the
display. Brightline does not provide any hardware for wallmounting your i-Series brackets. It is recommended that you
consult with a professional regarding the correct type of
hardware to suit your needs. Make sure your hardware will fit.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Unpack fixture and and accessories.
Mount your display, if it is not already mounted, and mark its top edge on the wall behind it. Use a tape
measure to find the center line. Unmount your display and put aside in a safe place.
Place one i-Series bracket against wall with round flange facing up and position to your preference. This
flange shoud be no lower than 5” below the line indicating the top of the display (figure 22).
Mark the two slots indicated in figure 23 and mark a line indicating the top flange of the bracket. Measure
the distance from the center.
Repeat for the other bracket, using the line you marked for the top flange as a reference. Brackets must
be no less than 20” apart for the I-36 and the I-46. Brackets must be no more than 32” apart for the I-36
and no more than 44” apart for the I-48 (figure 3).
Install bracket hardware as determined by what type of surface to which you are mounting.
NOTE: With wall mounting, you will need to bend the goosenecks forward so that the power connector
does not press into the wall when plugged in. This is normal. Typical large display i-Series installations
require that the fixture is bent forward to illuminate the target as best as possible.
.34”
I-36: MAX 32”
I-48: MAX 44”
5.00”
1.10”
USE THESE SLOTS
.75”
Figure 22 - Adjusting height
Figure 23 - Mounting Bracket
Figure 24 - Maximum mounting distance
Installation - Large Pattern VESA
ATTACHING THE FIXTURE
NOTE: It is recommended that you have one other
person assist in the installation.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Measure the distance between the two flex arms
from the center of one screw the the center of the
other (figure 25).
Loosen nuts on the brackets on the back of the
fixture (figure 26).
Slide the brackets to the distance measured from
the display. Double check by holding the fixture
over the flex arms. Retighten the nuts (figure 27).
Remove hex head screws from the tops of the flex
arms.
While one person holds the fixture in place, attach
fixture to flex arms with the provided hex head
screws. Tighten with Allen wrench.
Figure 25 - Measure the distance
Figure 26 - Nuts on sliding brackets
Figure 27 - Postion the brackets
Figure 28 - Assembly with a multi-pattern VESA setup
Installation
POWERING THE FIXTURE
Insert the plug into the fixture and into the wall. Use the control on the power cord to dim and to turn the
fixture on and off (figure 29).
Figure 29 - Powering a fixture with a small VESA bracket
WARRANTY
Brightline guarantees all its products to be free from defects in materials and
workmanship for a period of one (1) year from the date of shipment.
PROCEDURES
If any product is found to be unsatisfactory under this warranty, the buyer must notify
Brightline immediately. Once a course of action has been determined, if it is necessary to return the product to Brightline a Return Authorization (RA) will be issued.
Ship the product directly to Brightline, 580 Mayer Street, Building #7, Bridgeville, PA
15017. The RA number should be marked on the shipping carton. The unit will be
replaced or put into proper operating condition, free of all charges. The correction of
any defects through repair or replacement by Brightline shall constitute fulfillment of
all obligations and liability of Brightline to the buyer under this warranty and the
contract of sale.
DISCLAIMERS
Brightline is not responsible for damage to its products caused by improper
installation, maintenance, or use; by improper electrical hookups; or by unauthorized
repairs.
Failure to notify Brightline of unsatisfactory operation or any improper or
unauthorized installation, maintenance, use, repairs, or adjustments shall terminate the
warranty and Brightline shall have no further responsibility under the warranty.
Brightline shall not be liable for special or consequential damages in any claim,
action, suit, or proceeding arising under this warranty or contract of sale, nor shall
Brightline be liable for claims for labor, loss of profits or goodwill, repairs, or other
expenses incidental to replacement. Brightline makes no other warranty of any kind
whatsoever, expressed or implied, and all implied warranties of merchantability and
fitness for a particular purpose that exceed the obligation specifically described in this
warranty are hereby disclaimed by Brightline and excluded from this agreement.
All shipments, unless otherwise noted, are F.O.B. factory.
The customer is advised to inspect for shipping damage, apparent and/or hidden.
If detected, notify the transportation company and file your claim.
580 Mayer Street, Building #7, Bridgeville, PA 15017 • phone 412.206.0106 • fax 412.206.0146
www.brightlines.com
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