Руководство по установке Polycom CX5000 ENG

Руководство по установке Polycom CX5000 ENG
1 Polycom CX5000 Setup Guide
Polycom ® CX5000 Setup
Guide
November 2009 Edition
Polycom P/N: 1725-31223 -001 Rev. A
Microsoft P/N: X16-38382-01
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Contents
Contents .......................................................................................................................3 Warnings.......................................................................................................................4 Regulatory Information ................................................................................................5 Introduction ............................................................................................................6 How the Polycom CX5000 Works .........................................................................6 Unpacking ..............................................................................................................7 System Requirements ...........................................................................................8 The Polycom CX5000 device ................................................................................9 Power Data Box components ............................................................................. 10 Polycom CX5000 device rear section................................................................ 11 Polycom CX5000 device base bottom section ................................................. 12 Polycom CX5000 external dial pad and satellite microphones ....................... 12 Setting up the Polycom CX5000 .............................................................................. 13 Positioning the Polycom CX5000 device ........................................................... 13 Setting up the Power Data Box and connections ............................................. 14 Connecting the external dial pad and satellite microphones .......................... 16 Cleaning Instructions .......................................................................................... 18 Software EULA ........................................................................................................... 19 4 Polycom CX5000 Setup Guide
Warnings
This symbol identifies safety and health messages in this guide and Polycom CX5000
accessories guides.
WARNING
Failure to properly set up, use, and care for the Polycom CX5000 device can increase the
risk of damage to the Polycom CX5000 device, or even serious injury or death.
DO NOT ATTEMPT REPAIRS
Do not attempt to take apart, open, service, or modify the Polycom CX5000 device, power
data box, or any peripherals. Doing so increases the risk of electric shock, fire, or damage
to the device. Any evidence of an attempt to open or modify any component of the Polycom
CX5000 system, including any peeling, puncturing, or removal of any of the labels, is a
violation of your license and warranty, and renders the Polycom CX5000 device ineligible for
authorized repair.
If any part is damaged, malfunctioning, or if any internal parts become visible, contact
Polycom Support.
WARNING
Do not attempt to open up the unit and do not attempt to replace the lithium battery. There
is a risk of explosion if the lithium battery is replaced by an incorrect type.
WARNING
To avoid damage to the power data box and components, use the following guidelines:
• Protect cords from being walked on.
• Protect cords from being pinched or sharply bent, particularly where they connect to
the power outlet, the power data box, and the Polycom CX5000 device.
• Do not jerk, knot, sharply bend, or otherwise abuse the power cords.
• Do not expose the power cords to sources of heat.
• When disconnecting the power cords, pull on the plug—do not pull on the cord.
• If the power cord or power data box becomes damaged in any way, stop using the
device immediately, and contact Polycom Support for a replacement.
• Unplug the Polycom CX5000 device during lightning storms or when unused for long
periods of time.
• Use only the power supply unit and AC power cord that came with your device or that
you received from an authorized repair center.
• Do not use non-standard power sources, such as generators or inverters, even if the
voltage and frequency appear acceptable. Only use AC power provided by a
standard wall outlet.
• Do not overload your wall outlet, extension cord, power strip, or other electrical
receptacle. Confirm that they are rated to handle the total current (in amps [A]) drawn
by the device (indicated on the power supply unit) and any other devices that are on
the same circuit.
• For devices with an AC power cord that connects to the power supply, always
connect the power cord according to the following instructions:
• Plug the AC power cord into the power supply until it stops.
• Plug the other end of the AC power cord into the wall outlet.
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WARNING
Mains powered voice telephony without emergency dialing
WARNING
This equipment will be inoperable when main power fails.
WARNING
To reduce the risk of fire, use only No. 26 AWG or larger (e.g. 24 AWG) UL Listed or CSA
Certified Telecommunication Line Cord.
Regulatory Information
Regulatory information for the countries in which thePolycom ® CX5000 is approved for use
can be found in the Polycom ® CX5000 Regulatory Manual, which is shipped with the Polycom
CX5000 product and is also available online at
http://www.polycom.com/global/documents/support/user/products/voice/Polycom_CX5000_Reg
ulatory_Manual_All_Languages.pdf .
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Introduction
When you want to meet with people who are geographically separated, video
conferencing gives you a greater sense of immediacy than a conventional telephone
conference call. The Polycom ® CX5000 Unified Conference Station is a next generation
video conferencing system that provides a comprehensive conferencing experience
through the use of 360 degree video and active speaker detection.
This guide will help you install the Polycom CX5000 device hardware and begin using it
for your meetings.
How the Polycom CX5000 Works
The Polycom CX5000, when used with Microsoft® Office Live Meeting 2007 or
Microsoft® Office Communicator 2007, is a video conferencing device. Video
conferencing is a set of interactive telecommunication technologies that allow two or
more locations to interact using video and audio transmissions simultaneously. It has
also been called visual collaboration.
With the Polycom CX5000, you can do any of the following:
•
Place an outgoing phone call.
•
Answer an incoming phone call.
•
Conduct an audio-only session.
•
Conduct an audio/video conference.
The Polycom CX5000 is placed in the center of your conference table and connected to
a computer, computer network, public switched telephone network (PSTN) analog
phone line, and power data box. The Polycom CX5000 cameras capture the entire
panoramic view of your conference room, as well as the voices coming from any
location around the table, as shown in Figure 1 below.
Figure 1. A Polycom CX5000 conference in session
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Unpacking
The Polycom CX5000 product package contains the following items, as shown in Figure
2 below.
Figure 2. Unpacking the box
1. Polycom CX5000 device.
2. Power data box.
3. External dial pad.
4. Satellite microphones.
5. Polycom CX5000 Setup Guide and Quick Reference Card.
6. Privacy cover.
7. Phone adapter for specific locale.
8. RJ45 network cable.
9. Power cord.
10. RJ11 telephone cable.
Note
For determining the correct phone line adapter for your location, see Appendix A: International Phone
Adapters, later in this document. Always plug the RJ11 telephone cable into the power data box first and
attach the phone adapter to the opposite end of the RJ11 telephone cord prior to plugging into your phone
jack.
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System Requirements
The following are the minimum system requirements for Polycom CX5000 hardware and
software:
•
Computer running the Windows XP™ operating system (SP2 or later, 32-bit only) or
Windows Vista™ operating system (32-bit and 64-bit).
•
Computer with 2.0 gigahertz or higher processor.
•
Recommended 2.0 gigabyte (GB) of RAM or higher.
•
1.5 gigabytes (GB) of available hard disk space.
•
Video card with 128 MB of RAM or higher.
•
Super VGA (1280 × 1024) or higher-resolution video adapter and monitor.
•
Keyboard and mouse, or compatible pointing device.
•
Ethernet network adapter appropriate for the type of local-area or wide-area network
to which you will connect. Your computer requires an active wired Ethernet
connection for running Polycom CX5000.
•
Graphics hardware running in full hardware acceleration mode.
•
An analog PSTN phone line.
•
Microsoft Office Live Meeting 2007 or Office Communicator 2007 or Office
Communicator 2007 R2 (as an active speaker device).
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The Polycom CX5000 device
Inspect the Polycom CX5000 device and become familiar with its components, as
shown below in Figure 3.
Figure 3. Polycom CX5000 device
1. Mirrors. Five mirrors reflect the light into the cameras.
2. Cameras. Five small cameras capture the images from around the
room.
3. Light-emitting diode (LED) status lights. Three status lights
indicate phone connection, audio/video activity, mute, and incoming
calls.
4. Control buttons. Six buttons control speaker volume, mute, phone on/off
hook, flash, and information.
5. Liquid crystal display (LCD) touch screen. The LCD dial pad works just
like your phone pad for ease of dialing and quick view of call status.
6. Loudspeaker. A centrally located loudspeaker provides the audio
received from the remote conference.
7. Microphones. Six microphones located every 60° around the
device pick up the audio in the room.
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Power Data Box components
Inspect the power data box and cables to become familiar with its components,
as shown below in Figure 4.
Figure 4. Power data box connections
1. Power data box. Provides the data and physical interfaces for connecting
to an Ethernet network, a PSTN, and the Polycom CX5000 device, as well
as providing the power source for the Polycom CX5000 device.
2. RJ45 jack. The location where the RJ45 cable connects your network to
the power data box. Use the network connection when you want to
manage the Polycom CX5000 device externally.
3. RJ11 jack. The location where the RJ11 cable connects your PSTN
phone system to the power data box. Make certain that you have the
correct phone adapter for your location. Always plug the RJ11 telephone
cable into the power data box first and attach the correct phone adapter to
the opposite end of the RJ11 telephone cord prior to connecting to your
on-site phone jack. For information on choosing the correct phone adapter
for your locale, see Appendix A: International Phone Adapters later in this
document.
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Polycom CX5000 device rear section
Inspect the rear section of the Polycom CX5000 device to determine the components,
as shown in Figure 5 below.
Figure 5. Device rear section
1. Reset button. Restarts the Polycom CX5000 device.
2. USB Cable. The cable that connects the Polycom CX5000 device to a
USB port on your computer.
3. System Cable. The 26-pin cable that connects the Polycom CX5000
device to the power data box.
4. USB Ports. Two type A USB ports for the external dial pad.
Additionally, located near the rear of the device is a security slot for securing the device
using a compatible computer security lock, as shown in Figure 6 below.
.
Figure 6. Security slot
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Polycom CX5000 device base bottom section
Inspect the bottom section of the Polycom CX5000 device to view the components, as
shown in Figure 7 below.
Figure 7. Device base bottom section
The bottom section of the device has two RJ11 jacks and a cable conduit for connecting
the satellite microphones to the Polycom CX5000 device.
For information on connecting the external dial pad and microphones, see “Connecting
the external dial pad and satellite microphones,” later in this guide.
Polycom CX5000 external dial pad and satellite
microphones
Polycom CX5000 provides an external dial pad and satellite microphones for extended
accessibility and convenience. Below are the components, as shown in Figures 8 and 9.
Figure 8. External dial pad
Figure 9. Satellite microphones
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Setting up the Polycom CX5000
Setting up the Polycom CX5000 is easy. Just complete the following procedures for
getting your Polycom CX5000 device up and running:
•
Positioning the Polycom CX5000 Device.
•
Setting up the power data box and connections.
•
Connecting the external dial pad and satellite microphones.
After you complete the Polycom CX5000 setup, you can begin using Polycom CX5000
for phone calls, conference calls, and remote meetings.
For information on using the Polycom CX5000 device and getting the most from your
meetings, see the Polycom CX5000 User’s Guide located at:
http://www.polycom.com/support/voicedocumentation/.
BE CAREFUL. The camera head is fragile and can be damaged by impact. Do not
knock it over or bump it with notebooks or other objects. The Limited Warranty
does not cover camera head damage or misalignment from abuse, accident or
impact.
Positioning the Polycom CX5000 device
Proper positioning of your Polycom CX5000 device is essential for getting the best
results during conferences and meetings. Select a location for the Polycom CX5000
device using the following guidelines:
•
Select a well-ventilated, flat, level, clean, and dry location on which to place the
Polycom CX5000 device.
•
For maximized results, choose a location near the center of a conference table
that is no longer than 15 feet in length.
•
Select a well-ventilated, clean, and dry location out of the typical walking path in
which to place the power data box.
WARNING
Failure to take the following precautions can result in serious injury or death from electric shock or fire, or
damage to the Polycom CX5000 device and power data box.
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Setting up the Power Data Box and connections
After you have positioned the Polycom CX5000 device on the table as described above,
you can now begin to connect the cords and cables to the power data box. Select an
appropriate power source for the Polycom CX5000 device, using the following
guidelines:
•
Use only the power data box and alternating current (AC) power cord that came
with the Polycom CX5000 device.
•
Do not use nonstandard power sources, such as generators or inverters, even if
the voltage and frequency appear acceptable. Use only AC power provided by a
standard wall outlet.
•
Use a properly grounded electrical outlet that accommodates the three-prong
grounding plug. Do not remove the grounding prong. If the plug does not fit into
your outlet, have an electrician replace the obsolete outlet.
•
Do not use the Polycom CX5000 device in a moist or wet environment.
•
Do not spill any liquid on the Polycom CX5000 device, power data box, or any
cords.
To set up the power data box and Polycom CX5000 connections
Locate the power data box, the RJ45 network cable, the RJ11 telephone cable, and
power cord. The following procedure describes how to connect the cables and cord to
the power data box, the Polycom CX5000 device, and your computer.
1. Fully insert the 26-pin system cable from the Polycom CX5000 device into the
power data box. Ensure that the connection is tight and secured.
2. Connect one end of the RJ11 phone cable (26 AWG minimum) to the RJ11 jack
on the power data box and the other end to an active PSTN RJ11 phone jack.
For international locales, always plug the RJ11 telephone cable into the power
data box first and attach the correct phone adapter to the opposite end of the
RJ11 telephone cord prior to connecting to your on-site phone jack. The RJ11
connection is for use in the United States and Canada.
3. Connect one end of the RJ45 network cable to the RJ45 jack on the power data
box and the other end to an active Ethernet RJ45 network jack.
4. Plug the AC power cord into the power data box.
The system cable, power cord, RJ11 cable, and the RJ45 cable should be
connected. Always plug the RJ11 telephone cable into the power data box first and
attach the correct phone adapter to the opposite end of the RJ11 telephone cord
prior to connecting to your on-site phone jack.
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5. Connect the USB cable from your Polycom CX5000 device to your computer.
6. Plug the other end of the AC power cord into an electrical wall outlet.
7. Your setup should resemble Figure 10 below.
Figure 10. Polycom CX5000 setup
Note
If necessary, tape the system cable to the table surface and floor so that it remains secure. Always plug the
RJ11 telephone cable into the power data box first and attach the phone adapter to the opposite end of the
RJ11 telephone cord prior to connecting to your on-site phone jack.
Your Polycom CX5000 device is now set up and ready to use. Before you begin using
the Polycom CX5000 device, be certain to remove the privacy cover on top of the
device, as shown below in Figure 11.
Figure 11. Privacy cover removal
To avoid any disturbance to the acoustic quality, place the cap at least six feet away
from the device.
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Connecting the external dial pad and satellite
microphones
An external dial pad and satellite microphones are provided for accommodating the
needs of a larger meeting room where people may be further from the Polycom CX5000
device than in a conventional meeting environment.
Figure 12 below shows how the external dial pad and microphones can be positioned to
enhance the Polycom CX5000 device in a larger conference rooms.
Figure 12. External dial pad and satellite microphones
To setup the external dial pad
To setup the external dial pad, do the following.
•
Plug the USB connector from the external dial pad into one of the USB ports
located at the rear of the Polycom CX5000 device as seen in Figure 13 below.
Figure 13. Connecting external dial pad
To setup the satellite microphones
To setup the satellite microphones, do the following.
1. Carefully turn the Polycom CX5000 device so that you can access the two RJ11
jacks at the base bottom of the device.
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2. Plug both RJ11 connectors attached to the satellite microphones into the RJ11
jacks at the bottom of the device.
3. Run the RJ11 cables through the conduit so that the cords are securely lodged
and sit below the surface of the Polycom CX5000 base bottom.
4. Place the Polycom CX5000 device upright on the table and check to see that
the RJ11 cords do not disrupt the stability of the device. If so, return to the
previous step and make certain the RJ11 cables are lodged securely into the
conduit.
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Cleaning Instructions
Always clean the base of the Polycom CX5000 device and the power data box with a
dry cloth. For the camera head (mirrors and lens), use a micro fiber lens cleaning cloth
(available at camera and telescope retailers) and follow the instructions below.
To clean your Polycom CX5000 device lenses and mirrors
1. Avoid touching the lens elements and reflective surfaces of the mirror. Finger
prints on the reflective surface of the mirror should be cleaned promptly. Always
use a light touch.
2. Before attempting to clean any of the lenses, carefully remove, with a soft lens
brush or "canned air," all grit, dirt, dust, or other substances that may scratch
the surfaces of the optics. Then use soft lens cleaning tissues, a lint-free cotton
cloth, or a clean cotton swab to gently polish the lens surface.
3. For materials that still remain on the lenses, use a lens cleaning solution (such
as a commercial optical lens cleaner or household window cleaner) to remove
grease. Do not apply the cleaner directly onto a lens, since this may result in the
liquid seeping into the barrel of the lens. Instead, apply the solution onto a cloth
or swab. Then apply light pressure with soft circular motions of the cloth or swab
to remove the foreign substance. Excessive pressure (for example, rubbing
gritty dirt into the lens surfaces) may damage coatings.
4. Follow similar procedures to clean the mirrors. Excessive pressure may damage
coatings and may misalign the mirrors.
Use care when cleaning the lenses and mirrors. The camera head is fragile. The
Limited Warranty does not cover camera head damage or misalignment from
abuse, accident, or impact.
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Software EULA
MICROSOFT SOFTWARE LICENSE TERMS
LICENSED DEVICE SOFTWARE
These license terms are an agreement between Microsoft Licensing, GP and you. Please read
them. They apply to the software included in the licensed device. The terms also apply to any
Microsoft updates and supplements for this software, unless other terms accompany those
items. If so, those terms apply.
By using the licensed device, you accept these terms. If you do not accept them, do not
use the licensed device. Instead, return it to the retailer for a refund or credit.
If you comply with these license terms, you have the rights below for each license you
acquire.
1. OVERVIEW. The software is licensed on per copy per licensed device basis. The licensed
device is the device on which you use the software.
2. SCOPE OF LICENSE. The software is licensed, not sold. This agreement only gives you
some rights to use the software. Microsoft reserves all other rights. Unless applicable law
gives you more rights despite this limitation, you may use the software only as expressly
permitted in this agreement. In doing so, you must comply with any technical limitations in
the software that only allow you to use it in certain ways. You may not (a) work around any
technical limitations in the software; (b) reverse engineer, decompile or disassemble the
software, except and only to the extent that applicable law expressly permits, despite this
limitation; (c) make copies of the software; (d) publish the software for others to copy; or (e)
rent, lease or lend the software.
3. GOVERNMENT CLAUSES INCORPORATED BY REFERENCE. If you are the US
Government the following Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) clauses are incorporated
by reference into this Agreement. The version of each clause shall be that version
incorporated into your government contract:
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52.222-35, Affirmative Action for Special Disabled and Vietnam Era Veterans
52.222-36, Affirmative Action for Workers with Disabilities
4. DISPUTES WITH CUSTOMER. In the event we, in our sole discretion, decide to prosecute
a claim against a U.S. Government customer relating to this agreement or a government
contract applicable to the use of the licensed device you agree to cooperate fully in the
prosecution of such claim, including but not limited to the filing of the claim in your name on
our behalf and filing of any appeals in a Board of Contract Appeals or federal court. We
agree to be responsible for your reasonable and documented out of pocket expenses, and
for the actual prosecution and settlement of all such claims, including the payment of any
and all costs incurred by us in connection with such claim. Any recoveries awarded to you
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5. EXPORT RESTRICTIONS. The software is subject to United States export laws and
regulations. You must comply with all domestic and international export laws and
regulations that apply to the software. These laws include restrictions on destinations, end
users and end use. For additional information, see www.microsoft.com/exporting.
6. APPLICABLE LAW. Washington state law governs the interpretation of this agreement and
applies to claims for breach of it, regardless of conflict of laws principles.
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7. LIMITATION ON AND EXCLUSION OF DAMAGES. You can recover from Microsoft and
its reseller only direct damages up to the amount you paid for the software or $100,
whichever is less. You cannot recover any other damages, including consequential, lost
profits, special, indirect or incidental damages.
This limitation applies to (a) anything related to the software, services, content (including
code) on third party Internet sites, or third party programs; and (b) claims for breach of
contract, breach of warranty, guarantee or condition, strict liability, negligence, or other tort
to the extent permitted by applicable law. It also applies even if (x) repair, replacement or a
refund for the software does not fully compensate you for any losses; or (y) Microsoft knew
or should have known about the possibility of the damages.
Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential
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apply to you because your country may not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental,
consequential or other damages.
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