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Honeywell Icon Series Console Planning Installation
and Service Guide

EP-DCNXX4
March 2012

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Contents
1 About This Document ............................................................................................................................ 9
2 Getting Started ...................................................................................................................................... 11
2.1 Document Overview .........................................................................................................................................
2.2 Product overview ..............................................................................................................................................
2.2.1 Major Features ...................................................................................................................................
2.2.2 Icon Console options .........................................................................................................................
2.2.3 Auxiliary backpanels .........................................................................................................................
2.2.4 Major console components ................................................................................................................
2.3 Standards Compliance ......................................................................................................................................

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3 Console Dimensions and Specifications ........................................................................................... 17
3.1 Console General Specifications ........................................................................................................................ 18
3.1.1 Console electrical specifications ........................................................................................................ 18
3.1.2 Console power loadings ..................................................................................................................... 18
3.1.3 Console environmental limits ............................................................................................................ 18
3.1.4 Loading requirements ........................................................................................................................ 19
3.1.5 Other specifications ........................................................................................................................... 19
3.2 Console Dimensions ......................................................................................................................................... 20
3.2.1 Maximum console configuration ....................................................................................................... 20
3.2.2 Quad Console - side view .................................................................................................................. 20
3.2.3 Console height measurements ........................................................................................................... 21
3.2.4 Console depth measurements ............................................................................................................ 21
3.2.5 Other console measurements ............................................................................................................. 22
3.2.6 Floor space, curved configuration ..................................................................................................... 22
3.2.7 Floor space, straight configuration .................................................................................................... 22

4 Planning ................................................................................................................................................ 23
4.1 Before you begin ............................................................................................................................................... 24
4.1.1 Honeywell site planning documents .................................................................................................. 24
4.1.2 Regulatory documents ....................................................................................................................... 24
4.2 Assembly Preparation ....................................................................................................................................... 25
4.2.1 Equipment unpacking ........................................................................................................................ 25
4.2.2 Equipment placement ........................................................................................................................ 26
4.2.3 Estimated assembly and installation time .......................................................................................... 26
4.2.4 Recommended tools ........................................................................................................................... 26
4.2.5 Precautionary notes ............................................................................................................................ 27

5 Basic Console Operation and Guidelines .......................................................................................... 29
5.1 Console Covers and Worksurfaces ................................................................................................................... 30
5.1.1 Raising and lowering worksurface panel ........................................................................................... 30
5.1.2 Removing foot treadle and leg covers ............................................................................................... 30
5.1.3 Replacing foot treadle and leg covers ................................................................................................ 32
5.2 Opening Enclosures and Modules .................................................................................................................... 33
5.2.1 Locking and unlocking the modules and electronic enclosure .......................................................... 33
5.2.2 Opening the electronics enclosure ..................................................................................................... 33
5.3 Removing and Replacing Modules ................................................................................................................... 35
5.3.1 Removing pop-up disk and manual input modules ........................................................................... 35

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5.3.2 Removing OEP Module ..................................................................................................................... 36
5.4 Console Cable Guidelines ................................................................................................................................. 37
5.4.1 Cable positioning in console leg ........................................................................................................ 37
5.4.2 Positioning cables used with pop-up modules ................................................................................... 37

6 Console Assembly ............................................................................................................................... 39
6.1 Overview of assembly instructions ................................................................................................................... 40
6.2 Console Components ........................................................................................................................................ 42
6.2.1 Honeywell Icon series console component options ........................................................................... 42
6.2.2 Identifying console components and assembly areas ........................................................................ 44
6.2.3 Console cable descriptions ................................................................................................................ 46
6.3 Assembling Furniture ....................................................................................................................................... 51
6.3.1 Level the base unit ............................................................................................................................. 51
6.3.2 Attach backpanel to console base unit ............................................................................................... 51
6.4 Grounding Requirements .................................................................................................................................. 54
6.4.1 Grounding terminals .......................................................................................................................... 54
6.5 Wire Power Entry Box ...................................................................................................................................... 55
6.5.1 Power entry wiring ............................................................................................................................ 55
6.5.2 Add power cable to power entry box ................................................................................................. 55
6.6 Adding Pop-up Disk Modules .......................................................................................................................... 57
6.6.1 Before adding the pop-up disk module to console ............................................................................ 57
6.6.2 Add a Zip device ................................................................................................................................ 58
6.6.3 Add a CD/RW drive device ............................................................................................................... 58
6.7 Adding Hot-Swap Manual Input Modules ....................................................................................................... 60
6.7.1 Add manual input modules ................................................................................................................ 60
6.8 Adding OEP Module and Devices .................................................................................................................... 61
6.8.1 Peripheral device options ................................................................................................................... 61
6.8.2 Add keyboard, mouse and OEP ......................................................................................................... 61
6.9 Connecting USB Hub and Devices ................................................................................................................... 64
6.9.1 Using more than one USB Hub ......................................................................................................... 64
6.9.2 About USB connectors ...................................................................................................................... 64
6.9.3 Connect USB peripherals to the USB Hub ........................................................................................ 65

7 Monitor Installation .............................................................................................................................. 67
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Monitor part numbers ....................................................................................................................................... 68
Monitor physical characteristics ....................................................................................................................... 69
Monitor logical locations .................................................................................................................................. 70
Using the correct monitor cable and video port ................................................................................................ 71
Initial settings for the Flat Panel Displays ........................................................................................................ 72
Installing the 1850X, 1880X, and 2010X Flat Panel Displays ......................................................................... 73
7.6.1 Install monitors .................................................................................................................................. 73
7.6.2 Install single monitor ......................................................................................................................... 78
7.7 Installing the 2080UX Flat Panel Displays ...................................................................................................... 80
7.7.1 Remove pedastal ................................................................................................................................ 80
7.7.2 Attach transition plate ........................................................................................................................ 82
7.7.3 Connect monitor cables and mount monitor to backpanel ................................................................ 88

8 System Platform Installation ............................................................................................................... 95
8.1 Local Electronics Enclosure ............................................................................................................................. 96
8.1.1 Opening the electronics enclosure ..................................................................................................... 96
8.1.2 Purpose of air dam and isolator foam ................................................................................................ 97
8.2 Installing GX200/GX240 System Platform ...................................................................................................... 98
8.2.1 Install GX200/GX240 in electronics enclosure ................................................................................. 98
8.2.2 Connect monitor cables while installing GX200/GX240 system platform ....................................... 98
8.2.3 Connect system cables while installing GX200/GX240 system platform ......................................... 99
8.2.4 Add computer power cable while installing GX200/GX240 system platform ................................ 100

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..............1 Folding up the Worksurface ..................................... and 2010X FPDs ............................................................1..............................................................................3 Base splice plates .........................................................................................................................1 Backpanel fillers ................... 110 8........................................................................................3 Monitor procedures .......... 133 11.............................................................. 137 11..................1 Lubricate console components ........................................2 Splice consoles and/or table units together ........... 130 10..............3 Add computer power cable while installing WS360/WS370 system platform ..........................................3....................................................................................................... 101 8.........3.............1 Install WS470 in electronics enclosure .................... 113 8.........................................................................................3 Customizing Console Backpanels ..............................2 Install ROXIO Software ................................................... 107 8....1.... 111 8............................................2 Complexing wedge backpanel filler .....................................................................................3 Attach complexing wedge ........................................................................6.....................................................................2.............................................................................................................1 Initial settings for the 1850X................................. 9..................................................................... 104 8..........................................3 Connect system cables while installing WKS2/SVR2 system platform .........................................................................................................................................................1 USB remote option .........................................5..................................................................................................................1 Leveling requirements ..............................................2.................................................. 137 11..............2 10........................3 Configuring CD/RW Devices ............................................... 9........................... 121 10... 106 8............CONTENTS 8........................... 113 8.......................................1 Do not drill areas for backside of auxiliary backpanel ................................3 Check LCNP status display ................... 101 8.........................................5.......................3......................2 Initial settings for the 2080UX FPD .......... 9..............................................................................................................................5 Console configurations ................................................................................................... 9...................................................5......... 131 11 Console Furniture Operation and Service ...................................2 Power-on sequence ...........2............ 138 11...... 116 116 116 116 117 117 117 117 118 118 118 119 119 10 Console Complexing ............... 1880X.............................................3................ 9..................7 Installing Remote Peripheral System ......1 Installing CD/RW Recording Software ......... 134 11.......................1 Recommended tools ........................1 Startup Console ....................4..................... 126 10........ 9........ 128 10..................... 126 10...............................1 10............................................2 Remoting installation instruction references ..................................................................1..........................5..............3 10......... 124 Network cable access ..............................................1 Connecting monitors to the correct channel ..................................2 Configuring Monitors ................ 9.....................7.....6...................... 127 10.... 104 8....................................1........................................................... 9...................................7.....................1 Calibrate touch screen ...........................................6.... 103 8............ 134 11........................ 108 8.............................5 Installing WS470 System Platform .............................4 Add computer power cable while installing WKS2/SVR2 system platform .......................................................................................................... 9.....................................................4 Configuring a Touchscreen ........................................................................... 130 10.......................................6 Connecting Monitors .........................4......................................5.........2 Connect monitor cables while installing WKS2/SVR2 system platform .......................................... 130 10.......................................3............................................. 123 Purpose and importance of complexing ....................................4 10................5..3 Installing WKS2/SVR2 System Platform ........................................ 125 Console Complexing Parts ................ 102 8....3............................2 Servicing Console Furniture .............. 138 5 ................ 108 8..................................1 Install WKS2/SVR2 in electronics enclosure ....... 115 9.........................................................................................................................................................................2................................................................................2 Connect system cables while installing WS470 system platform .. 111 8.................................................... 104 8............................... 9........................................................................................... 9..................................................................4.................................................................2 Connect system cables while installing WS360/WS370 system platform ............................................... 122 Complexing options ............ 9...................... 113 9 Console Startup and Device Configuration .........1..................................................................................... 101 8....1 Install WS360/WS370 in electronics enclosure .1 Before you begin ...... 134 11.....................................................................................................................................................................................................................6 Complexing Icon Furniture ................................4 Installing WS360/WS370 System Platform ........2 Fold up worksurface ...........................................................4.....3 Add computer power cable while installing WS470 system platform .................................................................6.....................................................................................................................................................................3..

.......1 Basic trackball operation ...............................2 Operating Touchscreens .............. 143 11............................ 172 15........... 150 12..................................5 Configure adjoining monitor displays ............................... 175 6 www..........1 Monitor Operation ...................................................................................................2 Exceptions to use of Keypad with GUS software .... 147 12.......... 140 11..............................................................................3 Servicing Touchscreens ................................................... 162 14...........................................4 Installing and Using Icon Task Lights ........4.....................................................................................................2 Replace Zip drive in pop-up disk module ....................................................................................................................................................1 Swapping MIMs .... 173 15...........................1 Use the On-Screen Manager .....................................4.................................................................................................................... 173 15...............................2..............................................................................................................................3 Servicing Pop-up Disk Drives ...................2 Operating Trackballs ............ 161 14.............................................................. 149 12.................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................1 Installing Roxio CD Recording Software .........1 Basic thumbwheel operation ...........4.........................2.......................................4 Operating Thumbwheels ............ 145 12 Monitor Operation and Service ........3 Recommendations for attaching devices to auxiliary backpanels .......................................................5........................................................2 Replace the monitor .......................................5...................................................................................................................................................................... 152 12....................................................................................................1......................................................................................com ........................2...............2 Using the Roxio recording software ...................................................................................................................................................................................... 149 12....................................................... 169 15....3..............................................1 Replace CD/RW drive in pop-up disk module .....2 Do not drill areas for backside of quad upper auxiliary backpanel ............................................................................................................................... 155 12...................................2..........................................................3 Troubleshooting Monitors ............................................... 172 15....................1 Basic keypad operation ............ 175 15........................................................ 149 12.............................................................. 159 13...................................3................. 160 14 Pop-up Disk Operation ..................... 171 15.1 Special considerations ......... 153 12.2..... 163 14............................................................................................ 140 11................1 Installing the Task Lights .......................................................... 153 12........................2 Set display bit rate ......4 Add safety shield ..........................................................................................................CONTENTS 11...............................................................4 Set monitor refresh frequency .... 157 13...................1 Correct color mismatch ..................1................................................1 Operating Zip Drives .... 163 14............. 164 14.........................2............... 165 14.....................................................................3...........................2.........................honeywell.......................... 171 15..........2 Exceptions to Use of Thumbwheels with GUS software ........................................................................................................2............3 Operating Keypads ......................................................... 160 13.. 164 14......1 Clean the touchscreen window .......................................... 148 12.............................................................2......................................................3.........................1 Specification Summary .......2 Operating CD/RWs .....5 Servicing Monitors ........... 174 15...................3.................................................2 Configuring Monitor Settings ........Infrared Touch Screen Only .......................... 145 11........................5....................... 149 12................................................................. 159 13...............................................................3 Set monitor resolution ......1 Calibrate the touchscreen .....................4 Adjusting the Monitor ......................... 155 13 Touchscreen Operation and Service ........................... 155 12...........................................3...........4.................................................................................................................................................................................................. 143 11.......2 Guidelines for hot-swapping MIMs ......................................................4. 150 12...............................................................................2...1 Hot swapping ............................................................................5 Installing and Using Icon System Sound ....................1 Clean the monitor .............................................................................................................................................3.......6 Configure two or three monitors in a quad console ................... 158 13............................................. 171 15........................... 139 11....................................5.................................. 145 11....................................................2 Icon system amplifier connections ..............................2 Replace the task light bulb .......................................................... 165 14..................................................3............................................ 143 11..... 166 15 Manual Input Module Operation and Service .......................... 175 15...................................................................2......................................................... 149 12..........................3 Potential problems reading and copying files from the TEAC CD/RW .....................................

.............................. 184 18....... 182 18 Appendix ...................................................................................................................4 Documentation feedback ..4 Servicing the Task Lights .........................................................................2 Basic operation ........................................................1 Task light kit components .. 193 18.......... 213 7 ......................................................................................................................... 210 Training classes .........................................................CONTENTS 16 OEP and IKB Operation and Service ...................1 19............................................................... 184 18......................................................................................1 OEP indicators .............................2 Attach the task light assembly ..................................................................................................................................................................2...........................1 Installing Local Electronics Enclosure ..................................................................................................3................ 207 19...............................................................................1 Attach task light to the face plate ............................................1 Electronic Enclosure ....................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 190 18.............................. 177 16................................................1................................................1 Specifications ........1........................ 178 16.....2 Before you begin ..............................................1... 182 17........... 197 18............................................. 184 18................................2 Annunciator relay contacts .......................................................................................................................................................1 Replace the task light bulb .................................................................1.....................................................................3 Install electronic enclosure ..................2 Installing Honeywell Icon Console Task Lights ..................... 208 How to report a security vulnerability ........................... 183 18..................................................................................................................................................................................................... 182 17......................... 193 18.........2 19....................................................................................4..................................... 205 18......................................... 209 Support and other contacts .................................................1...................1 Operating OEPs .......................... 190 18........................................................................... 178 17 Operation and Service for Other Devices ......................................................... 205 19 Notices ....1 Annunciator Relay Contact Box ...............................1...................................................................................................................1......... 181 17. 178 16................3 19................................3....................................................................................................................... 184 18..............3 Installing the Task Lights ...............

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and maintaining a Honeywell Icon Series Console. installing. Document Title Honeywell Icon Series Console Read Me First Local Control Network (LCN) Planning Guide TPS System Site Planning Keyboards Button Configuration Data Entry Core Module Test System LCN System Installation Guide TPS System Administration Guide (W2K) TPS System Implementation Guide (W2K) Experion Server and Client Configuration Guide 9 . Revision history Revision Date Description A December 2005 Initial release B March 2012 Updated for PAR 1-76G4OZ References The following list identifies all documents that may be sources of reference for material discussed in this publication.1 About This Document This document contains information for planning.

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2 Getting Started Related topics “Document Overview” on page 12 “Product overview” on page 13 “Standards Compliance” on page 16 11 .

It does not contain any information on system planning or any platform specific details.honeywell.denoted by the 'CE Mark. the Honeywell Icon series console will retain its CE Compliant status. installing and servicing the Honeywell Icon Console and auxiliary units. you may need to refer to specific user manual for the different console devices. Refer to the documents listed in the References section for more information on system planning and platforms. 12 www. Additional documentation In addition to the Honeywell documentation listed in the References section at the beginning of this manual. All equipment shipping into European Union countries after January 1. The information in this publication pertains to the console hardware.com . Any equipment designated as 'CE Compliant' complies with the European Union EMC and Health and Safety Directives. The following tables list additional sources of information for console devices. Device Document Name Website TEAC Internal CD/RW drive CD-W516EB CD-RW Drive (CD-W516EB) User's Manual NEC MultiSync LCD1850X MultiSync LCD1850X™ User's ManualultiSync NEC MultiSync LCD2010X MultiSync LCD2010X™ User's ManualultiSync CE Compliance This publication supports CE Compliant equipment. 1996 requires this type of compliance .' If assembled according to these instructions without any modifications.2 GETTING STARTED 2.1 Document Overview This publication provides information for assembling.

1 Major Features The Honeywell Icon Series of consoles has the following features: • • • • • • • • • • Ergonomic design Optimal use of operator's field of view Hidden keyboard storage Tilt and swivel flat panel displays Adjustable work surface area Complexing in curved or straight line configurations Reduced total footprint for two monitors Accessible electronics Operator footrest Enclosure access for customer wiring 2. 13 . 2. This control room furniture is highly modular and can be configured in a variety of ways to suit the specific needs of the control room site. process engineers and plant managers in a control room environment.2.2 Product overview The Honeywell Icon Series is a suite of consoles and control room furniture designed for process operators.2 Icon Console options The main types of console configuration options available in the Icon Console Series are: • • • • • Table Units Auxiliary Dual Consoles Auxiliary Quad Consoles Quad Consoles Dual Consoles Both the console and auxiliary units are available in a dual or quad model.2.2 GETTING STARTED 2. with either a straight or curved configuration.

com . 2.2.2. See Section “Customizing Console Backpanels” on page 138.4 Major console components The following figure shows the major components of a quad console. 14 www. This configuration allows the console to be customized.honeywell. Auxiliary backpanel: This backpanel allows for complete customization. Quad upper auxiliary backpanel: This is a multi-purpose backpanel that has a 16-inch depth mounting surface on the top. ' “Customizing Console Backpanels” on page 138. and still be used for process control. while the lower backpanel can still be used to mount two FPDs.2 GETTING STARTED Figure 1: Icon Console Furniture Options 2. 2.' for additional information on modifying these specific types of backpanels.3 Auxiliary backpanels Honeywell offers two types of customizable auxiliary backpanels: 1.

2 GETTING STARTED Figure 2: Quad Console Components 15 .

2 GETTING STARTED 2.3 Standards Compliance If assembled and operated according to the Honeywell supplied documentation.Commercial CSA 1010 www. the Honeywell Icon series console complies with the following international and specification standards: • • • 16 ANSI HFS-100 (withdrawn). ISO 9241 and ISO 11064 CEmark .honeywell.com .

3 Console Dimensions and Specifications Related topics “Console General Specifications” on page 18 “Console Dimensions” on page 20 17 .

Total power loadings Total estimated current consumption for a Quad 20. GX2xx Rated for a maximum 6. or. 20. Assuming a typical power factor of 80%. this translates into a heat load of about 600 watts (or 2048 BTUs).2 Arms or 744 VA.3 Console environmental limits Storage Temperature: -35° C to 65° C Humidity: 5 to 95% Noncondensing Altitude: 10. Optional disk drives Disk drives draw their power from the GX2xx The load is ~10 watts. Attention The Specification and Technical information is subject to change without notice and is superseded by information in applicable Experion product Specification and Technical data documents. 3. you are recommended to refer the applicable Specification and Technical data documents. for each Experion release. Task light The task light draws 10 watts DC.1. 0.2 Console power loadings 18.0 Arms from 110/120 Vrms 50 Hz to 60 Hz. There may be up to two lamps per console.668 meters (35.6 Arms from 110/120 Vrms 50 Hz to 60 Hz. allowing for loss in the power supply. Typical power consumption for the GX2xx in our configuration is 3 amps rms.7 Arms from 110/120 Vrms 50 Hz to 60 Hz.1" monitor Each monitor is rated for a maximum 0.3 CONSOLE DIMENSIONS AND SPECIFICATIONS 3.1 G at 3 to 200 Hz at 1 octave/min 18 www.1 Console General Specifications The following specifications are those specific to the console.1 Console electrical specifications Voltage 120 V to 240 V Frequency 50 Hz to 60 Hz 3.000 feet) Vibration 0. There may be up to two disk drives per console. Additional specifications for third party console devices can be found in the device's user manual Refer to ' “Additional documentation”' in Section “Document Overview” on page 12 for a complete listing of these manuals.1.com . 3. The circuit breaker in the Icon console is rated at 15 A.1" with disk drives and dual task lamps is 6.1.honeywell. There may be up to four monitors per console.1" monitor Each monitor is rated for a maximum 0. Hence.1 Arms from 120 Vrms. There may be up to four monitors per console.

65 kilograms) Quad console (4 monitors) 200 pounds (59.286 meters (7. Any accessory items used in lifting or moving and any moving devices must be prevented from bearing against end panels. doors. Sixty cubic feet per minute maximum per bay of airflow is required.5 Other specifications Exhaust and air flow Exhaust Temperature 20°C maximum above inlet temperature.72 kilograms) Fully loaded quad console with 20.1.8 lbs / ft**2 Point bearing load of 61 lbs. 3. keyboards. covers.4 Loading requirements Weight Dual console (2 monitors): 160 pounds (74.1 G at 3 to 200 Hz at 1 octave/min 19 . or table tops as these are nonstructural parts and may be damaged. 3.3 CONSOLE DIMENSIONS AND SPECIFICATIONS Operational Temperature: 10°C to 35°C Humidity: 8 to 80% Noncondensing Altitude: 2. the lifting force must be applied by a method which will bridge both edges of the base. Refer to each peripheral Drive Specification published by its manufacturer.1.500 feet) Limitations Certain peripheral devices have more critical requirements. Moving When moving. Maximum Vibration 0.1" monitors and splice and spline is 245 pounds (540 kilograms) Floor loading Fully loaded quad console with 20.1" monitors and splice and spline floor loading of 25. The Icon Console will be limited by the requirements of those devices.

20 www. or straight layout that may be placed against a wall.3 CONSOLE DIMENSIONS AND SPECIFICATIONS 3.side view The following figure shows the side dimensions for a dual console.2 Quad Console . The top number provides the dimensions in centimeters.com .2 Console Dimensions The Honeywell Icon Console furniture is complexed together using a curved layout.1 Maximum console configuration The following figure shows the maximum number of consoles that can be complexed. Then choose Company Documents. This configuration includes 24 consoles (48 lower tier screens) comprising a circle of approximately eight meters in diameter. Complete console specifications including dimensions and drawings are available at . Product Specific Support to view Honeywell Icon Series technical documents. the bottom number in parenthesis provides the dimensions in inches.2. 3. Select Honeywell IAC from the left pane.2.honeywell. Figure 3: Twenty-four complexed curved consoles 3.

including 20.00 1702 Quad console.3 Console height measurements Console Configuration Description Height (inches) Height (mm) Quad console.side view 3.1" monitors tilted vertical 67. including 18.1" monitors tilted vertical 51.75 908 21 .1" monitors tilted fully downward 50.50 927 Worksurface fully lowered.3 CONSOLE DIMENSIONS AND SPECIFICATIONS Figure 4: Dual Console Dimensions .1" monitors tilted fully downward 63.4 Console depth measurements Console Configuration Description Depth (inches) Depth (mm) Worksurface fully raised.1" monitors tilted vertical 49.1" monitors tilted downward 48.2.00 1245 Dual console. including 20.00 1295 Dual console. including 18.00 1270 Dual console. including 18. including 20.75 1619 Dual console.75 1645 Quad console. including 20.1" monitors tilted fully downward 69. including electronics enclosure 36.1" monitors tilted vertical 64. including 18.00 1219 3. including electronics enclosure 35.00 1753 Quad console.2.

00 864 Worksurface fully lowered. excluding electronics enclosure and backpanel 33.com 5 6 .59 168.2.86 86.97 128.80 191.53 7608 Degrees angle per console 15. including electronics enclosure fully lowered for service 45.20 Length.25 www.37 163. excluding electronics enclosure and backpanel 34.12 63.25 895 Worksurface fully lowered.96 244.1" monitors: 38. inches 37. including electronics enclosure fully lowered for service 46.20 76.40 114.25 33.00 Mean circumference.20 76. excluding electronics enclosure 35. degrees: 15.16 203.75 Depth.00 229.25 33.25 845 Additional depth required to clear electronics enclosure when lowered for service 9. inches. curved configuration Number of consoles or table units: 1 2 3 4 5 6 Angle subtended.25 33. 18.40 114.75 248 Worksurface fully raised.01 204.7 Floor space.03 6681 Diameter at back surface of console (worksurface fully raised.25 1175 Worksurface fully lowered.2.50 876 Worksurface fully raised. inches: 38.80 191.60 152.00 30.56 237.4 366 Diameter at inner edge of worksurface 263.6 Floor space.25 33.98 46.3 CONSOLE DIMENSIONS AND SPECIFICATIONS Console Configuration Description Depth (inches) Depth (mm) Worksurface fully raised. excluding electronics enclosure 34. 20.58 122.03 8535 Mean diameter 299.honeywell.80 23287 Diameter at turning point 291.83 7412 Depth of worksurface.00 15 3.20 Depth of containing rectangular footprint.63 40. straight configuration Number of consoles or table units: 22 1 2 3 4 Length.79 81.50 1156 3.02 Width of containing rectangular footprint.00 75.2.00 229.5 Other console measurements Console Configuration Description Depth (inches) Depth (mm) Circumference along turning point 916.1" monitors: 40. inches: 33.00 90.00 45.61 3. nose treatment to turning point (back outside corner of the worksurface) 14.00 60. inches 43.60 152. inches.68 75. including electronics enclosure) 336.51 54.25 33.

4 Planning Related topics “Before you begin” on page 24 “Assembly Preparation” on page 25 23 .

com .1 Before you begin • • Verify that there is no power applied to the console. Attention Section “Console Complexing” on page 121 of this manual contains information on complexing consoles together.1. 24 www. Position the console so that you have access to the rear of the console and enough room to mount the enclosure.1. regardless of whether your engineering personnel or outside consultants formalize the site preparation plans. 4. the Canadian Electrical Code.4 PLANNING 4.honeywell. 4. The TPS System Site Planning manual guides you through the planning and preparation phases necessary for proper selection of operating center system equipment.2 Regulatory documents Install your Honeywell Icon Console in accordance with the current edition of the National Electric Code ANSI/ NFPA 70. It may be helpful to read this section before beginning your site layout. and other regulatory agencies governing your particular system.1 Honeywell site planning documents The Local Control Network (LCN) Planning Guide and the TPS System Site Planning manual provide information and references needed to prepare site facilities for the installation of your Honeywell TPS system's operating center equipment before its delivery.

If any console component is missing or damaged.. mats. This inhibits static generation that can damage electronic equipment. tools. workbench. Carefully remove protective wrapping and packaging materials.1 Equipment unpacking Attention Before unpacking the equipment. Inspect all equipment for damage. it is a good idea to use anti-static spray on floors. Check the packing lists to verify you received all console components. chairs. Position the console and the components close to the final location . etc.do not stack any components on top of one another. immediately notify the carrier and your Honeywell sales representative.2 Assembly Preparation Related topics “Equipment unpacking” on page 25 “Equipment placement” on page 26 “Estimated assembly and installation time” on page 26 “Recommended tools” on page 26 “Precautionary notes” on page 27 4.2.4 PLANNING 4. Upon arrival at the system site: • • • • • • Remove shipping crate from the console. in the work area. 25 .

After positioning the console. This time will vary depending upon the exact model ordered. you will need to remove any castors or gliders that are attached to the console base unit.com . ' “Console Complexing” on page 121' for information on console complexing dimensions.3 Estimated assembly and installation time The estimated time required to unpack and assemble a Honeywell Icon Quad Console is approximately 2 to 4 hours.2 Equipment placement CAUTION Do not lift any console by the worksurface panel. by use of lift trucks or mobile lifters.4 Recommended tools The following tools are recommended: • • 26 Electric drill/screwdriver [highly recommended] Screwdriver or allen wrench drive www.2. 4. The estimated time does not include the time required to shut down and restart the subsystem.) 4.4 PLANNING Figure 5: Console with crate removed 4.2.2.honeywell. Position the equipment according to a system-layout plan (refer to Section “Console Complexing” on page 121. The consoles can be carefully moved into position.

5 Precautionary notes CAUTION All assembly and installation procedures are performed with no power supplied to the console unit. 27 .2.4 PLANNING 4.

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Related topics “Console Covers and Worksurfaces” on page 30 “Opening Enclosures and Modules” on page 33 “Removing and Replacing Modules” on page 35 “Console Cable Guidelines” on page 37 29 . Precautionary Notes CAUTION Do not sit on console worksurface area.5 Basic Console Operation and Guidelines Most of the Icon console cables are pre-installed at the factory . Do not lift or move the console using the worksurface panel. See also Section “System Platform Installation” on page 95 for details on connecting devices to the electronic platform.others will need to be installed and routed through the console when adding the peripheral devices. The procedures for installing the cables for each peripheral device are covered in the specific peripheral device section.

1. 3 Turn the hand crank counter-clockwise to lower the worksurface panel. 2 Make sure the console leg covers are closed before lowering the worksurface panel. 2 Lift the back of the cover slightly and slide it toward the front of the console.5 BASIC CONSOLE OPERATION AND GUIDELINES 5. www. 30 1 Remove the two hex-head screws at the back of the foot treadle.1 Raising and lowering worksurface panel 1 Turn the hand crank clockwise to raise the worksurface panel.1 Console Covers and Worksurfaces Related topics “Raising and lowering worksurface panel” on page 30 “Removing foot treadle and leg covers” on page 30 “Replacing foot treadle and leg covers” on page 32 5. the console leg covers may be pinched and damaged.2 Removing foot treadle and leg covers Use the following procedure to access those areas within the console used for cable routing.honeywell.1. Otherwise. 5.com .

remove the two hex-head screws from the cable access cover plate (there is a cover on each side of the console). If you will be routing cables external to the console. Pull the cover toward the center of the console. 31 . 4 If necessary.5 BASIC CONSOLE OPERATION AND GUIDELINES 3 Open the console leg cover by grasping the outside edge of the cover and pulling it toward the center of the console. you may remove the console leg cover: • • 5 Slide the cover up until the cover clears the notch in the console leg.

5 BASIC CONSOLE OPERATION AND GUIDELINES 5.com . 2 Lift the back of the cover slightly and slide it toward the rear of the console until it seats properly. The foot treadle will not seat properly if the console leg covers are not completely closed.1. 3 Replace and tighten the two 3/32 head-head screws at the back of the foot treadle. www.3 Replacing foot treadle and leg covers 32 1 Close both console leg covers making sure the covers snap into place.honeywell.

The four locking points located on the console are as follows: • • • • Electronics enclosure latch Left pop up disk module Right pop up disk module OEP module 5.2. 2 Use the key to unlock the electronic enclosure and open the latch.2.2 Opening Enclosures and Modules Related topics “Locking and unlocking the modules and electronic enclosure” on page 33 “Opening the electronics enclosure” on page 33 5. Tip We recommend that you re-attach these screws after installing the electronic enclosure. 33 .5 BASIC CONSOLE OPERATION AND GUIDELINES 5. 3 Push down on the top of the electronic enclosure to open it.1 Locking and unlocking the modules and electronic enclosure Each lock on the Icon Series Console uses the same key. remove the two retaining screws that secure the electronic enclosure to the lower valance.2 Opening the electronics enclosure 1 From the back of the console.

5 BASIC CONSOLE OPERATION AND GUIDELINES 4 34 Unfasten the tie-down straps and remove the air dam and isolator foam. www.honeywell.com .

3 Remove the pop-up disk module by inserting a flat-head screwdriver between the pop-up disk module and the console chassis and gently prying it loose.3. 4 Remove the manual input module by placing one hand on each side of the module and gently rocking it while lifting up. 35 . Tip Make sure that you grasp the entire module and not just the module cover.3 Removing and Replacing Modules Related topics “Removing pop-up disk and manual input modules” on page 35 “Removing OEP Module” on page 36 5. Also. 2 Release the pop-up disk module by pulling on the release lever located directly under the module. Failure to do so may damage cables. be aware that the modules will still have cables attached to them. retaining hardware or plastic facades.5 BASIC CONSOLE OPERATION AND GUIDELINES 5. 1 Turn the hand crank counter-clockwise to lower the worksurface panel to its lowest position.1 Removing pop-up disk and manual input modules CAUTION Make sure to lower the Icon Console worksurface to its lowest position before removing the pop-up disk module.

2 Removing OEP Module Removing modules if they have already been added to console 36 1 Release the pop-up OEP module by pulling on the release lever located directly under the module. www.com .5 BASIC CONSOLE OPERATION AND GUIDELINES 5.3. 2 Remove the pop-up OEP module by gently lifting up on back of the module chassis until it releases.honeywell.

5 BASIC CONSOLE OPERATION AND GUIDELINES 5. Verify that all cables routed in console legs are secured using the cable clamps in the console legs. Route all Honeywell-provided signal cables through one console leg and route all AC power cables through the opposite console leg so they remain separated as much as possible. Figure 6: Proper USB cable position for pop-up module devices 37 .1 Cable positioning in console leg CAUTION When routing any cables in console leg. Route any non-Honeywell cables through the same leg as the AC power cables and separated from the Honeywell-provided signal cables.4.4 Console Cable Guidelines Cable routing guidelines: • • • • • Provide proper strain relief for all cables. make sure the cable is positioned correctly behind the flange or it may be pinched and damaged. If the cable is routed to the outside of the console. route the cable through the cable hook towards the center of the console.4. Refer to the following figures Table 1: Proper cable position in console leg CORRECT INCORRECT 5. Use a tie down for all loose cables. the cable could be damaged when the pop-up modules are released. 5.2 Positioning cables used with pop-up modules Attention When routing USB cables for use with the pop-up modules.

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Verify that there is no power applied to the console before you begin. After consoles are assembled and the peripheral devices are added. refer to Section “System Platform Installation” on page 95.6 Console Assembly Use the procedures in this section to assemble the Honeywell Icon Console. Precautionary notes CAUTION No procedure in this section is to be performed with power to the console. CAUTION Do not sit on console worksurface area. ' “System Platform Installation” on page 95' section to add a local computer or a remote system. Related topics “Overview of assembly instructions” on page 40 “Console Components” on page 42 “Assembling Furniture” on page 51 “Grounding Requirements” on page 54 “Wire Power Entry Box” on page 55 “Adding Pop-up Disk Modules” on page 57 “Adding Hot-Swap Manual Input Modules” on page 60 “Adding OEP Module and Devices” on page 61 “Connecting USB Hub and Devices” on page 64 39 .

' “Configuring Monitors” on page 117' Section “Configuring CD/RW Devices” on page 118. ' “Startup Console” on page 116' 13 Perform initial device configuration Section “Configuring Monitors” on page 117. ' “Adding Hot-Swap Manual Input Modules” on page 60' 8 Add OEP module & devices Section “Adding OEP Module and Devices” on page 61. Subsequent sections of this manual contain detailed procedures for each of these tasks. ' “Installing the 1850X.com .honeywell. ' “Installing GX200/GX240 System Platform” on page 98' Section “Installing WKS2/SVR2 System Platform” on page 101. ' “Assembling Furniture” on page 51' 3 Perform necessary grounding procedures Section “Grounding Requirements” on page 54. . ' “Installing Remote Peripheral System” on page 113' Console Startup and Device Configuration 12 Start consoles Section “Startup Console” on page 116. 1880X. or OR Section “Installing GX200/GX240 System Platform” on page 98. Console Assembly No. and 2010X Flat Panel Displays” on page 73' Section “Installing the 2080UX Flat Panel Displays” on page 80. ' “Installing WKS2/SVR2 System Platform” on page 101' Section “Installing WS360/WS370 System Platform” on page 104. ' “Adding Popup Disk Modules” on page 57' 7 Add hot-swap manual input modules Section “Adding Hot-Swap Manual Input Modules” on page 60. ' “Installing WS360/WS370 System Platform” on page 104' 11 Install remote electronics Section “Installing Remote Peripheral System” on page 113. Section “Wire Power Entry Box” on page 55. ' “Grounding Requirements” on page 54' 4 Add the power entry box. Task See this section . and 2010X Flat Panel Displays” on page 73. ' “Adding OEP Module and Devices” on page 61' 9 Connect devices to USB hub Section “Connecting USB Hub and Devices” on page 64. ' “Configuring CD/RW Devices” on page 118' Section Console Complexing 40 www. ' “Connecting USB Hub and Devices” on page 64' Flat Planel Display Installation 5 Mount flat panel displays and connect cables Section “Installing the 1850X. 1880X. 1 Be familiar with basic console operation and guidelines Section “Basic Console Operation and Guidelines” on page 29. ' “Basic Console Operation and Guidelines” on page 29' 2 Add backpanel to console base unit Section “Assembling Furniture” on page 51. ' “Wire Power Entry Box” on page 55' 6 Add pop-up disk modules Section “Adding Pop-up Disk Modules” on page 57. ' “Installing the 2080UX Flat Panel Displays” on page 80'' System Platform Installation 10 Install local computer.1 Overview of assembly instructions Refer to the following table for an overview of the major tasks required in the assembly of a Honeywell Icon Series Dual or Quad Console. .6 CONSOLE ASSEMBLY 6.

. ' “Console Complexing” on page 121' 15 Attach complexing wedge Section “Complexing Icon Furniture” on page 130. ' “Complexing Icon Furniture” on page 130' 41 .6 CONSOLE ASSEMBLY Console Assembly No. 14 Splice console base units together Section “Console Complexing” on page 121. . Task See this section .

Refer to your packing list for your specific configuration. You will only receive those components that pertain to the console configuration you ordered. 2. struts and mounting hardware 1 Power cable.1 Honeywell Icon series console component options The following table lists all the components of the Honeywell Icon Series Console furniture.honeywell.2.6 CONSOLE ASSEMBLY 6. IEC plug to IEC shell.0 meter 2 to 4 2 each Speaker purchase specification 2 Audio cable 1 OR Icon Series Auxiliary Backpanel 1 Rear cloth cover.com 1 . struts and mounting hardware 1 OR Icon Series Quad Upper Auxiliary Backpanel Rear cloth cover. Table 2: Honeywell Icon series console configuration components Descriptio Quantit n y Icon Series Base Console Power filter 1 MIM USB cable 2 PS/2 Mouse extension cable (extends keyboard & mouse) 2 Annunciator Relay Contact Box 1 Modesty panel 1 Backpanel Icon Series Dual or Quad Backpanel 1 Rear cloth cover.1" Flat Panel Display 1 to 4 Video Board Quad or dual display video board 1 Operator Entry Panel (OEP) OEP assembly (bezel & chassis) 42 www. struts and mounting hardware 1 Monitors Icon Series 18" Flat Panel Display 1 to 4 OR Icon Series 20.2 Console Components Related topics “Honeywell Icon series console component options” on page 42 “Identifying console components and assembly areas” on page 44 “Console cable descriptions” on page 46 6.

Drive only.Keypad only 1 Manual Input Module (MIM) type 3 .Trackball only 1 Manual Input Module (MIM) type 2 . 2. Drive only. IEC plug to IEC shell.6 CONSOLE ASSEMBLY Descriptio Quantit n y OEP keyboard 1 Auxiliary Keyboard Panel Blank keyboard chassis assembly 1 Hot Swap Input Modules Manual Input Module (MIM) (blank box) 1 Manual Input Module (MIM) type 1 . 1 SCSI to USB converter cable.Trackball & keypad 1 Manual Input Module (MIM) type 5 .0 meter 1 Isolation foam 1 Air Dam 1 OR Short Haul Remote Electronics 1 1 Icon Series Dual or Quad Mount Complexing Hardware Dual or Quad Mount Complexing Wedge Unit (curved or straight) 1 Dual or Quad Backpanel splice kit (curved or straight) 1 Backpanel filler (curved or straight) 1 Additional Console Items Icon Series Table 1 Table unit Icon task light option 1 Fits into complexing wedge USB Hub 1 Mounted on monitor panel with reclosable fastener Safety shield for dual or quad auxiliary console 1 1 43 .Thumbwheels only 1 Manual Input Module (MIM) type 4 . 1 Read-Write CD Drive 1 Evans pop-up disk chassis & bezel (left / right symmetric) 1 IDE CDRW disk drive.Keypad & Thumbwheels 1 Removable Media Drives Zip disk drive 1 Evans OEP pop-up disk chassis & bezel (left / right symmetric) 1 SCSI 100 Mb ZIP disk drive. 1 Icon Blank Pop-Up front panel 1 Electronic Platform Icon Series Electronics Box 1 Icon Series electronics enclosure 1 Power cable. 1 IDE to USB converter cable.

substitutes for both pop-up disk module and MIM.2 Identifying console components and assembly areas The following figures show a dual console after the backpanel has been mounted to the base.honeywell. 6.2.6 CONSOLE ASSEMBLY Descriptio Quantit n y Required for any live internal customization Full Depth Module 1 Blank only .substitutes for both pop-up disk module and MIM. Figure 7: Front view of console Table 3: Front view console components Area 44 Description 1 Monitor mounting bracket 2 Monitor cable hole 3 Keyboard storage area 4 Work surface panel 5 Modesty panel www.com . Refer to the following table for a description of parts. Mounting bracket for single monitor 1 Blank only .

6 CONSOLE ASSEMBLY Area Description 6 Power entry box 7 MAU mounting bracket 8 Console backpanel 9 Pop-up disk module 10 Hot-swap manual input module 11 Hand crank for worksurface panel 12 Console leg cover 13 Console leg 14 Cable access hole 15 Console base Figure 8: Rear view of console Table 4: Rear view console components Area Description 1 Monitor mounting holes 2 Monitor cable hole 3 Speaker 4 Lower valance 5 Cable routing hole 6 Cable access hole 7 Console power switch 45 .

honeywell. These cables include those used in local and remote options.com Picture .6 CONSOLE ASSEMBLY Area Description 8 Upper valance 9 Reclosable fasteners 10 Cable raceway area 11 Modesty panel 12 MAU mounting bracket 13 Power entry box 6. You will only have those cables specific to your configuration.3 Console cable descriptions The following tables show all the cables used in Honeywell Icon Series Console. Table 5: Console cables Cable Name 46 Description CD/RW drive IDE interface ribbon cable 40 pin (2 x 20) connector to 40 pin (2 x 20) connector USB to IDE converter cable USB Type A connector to IDE connector www.2.

one DC connector for the computer and one miniature power plug for the USB Hub Zip drive SCSI placement PWA 50 pin HD D shell connector USB to SCSI converter cable USB Type A connector to SCSI connector Speaker cable Four speaker connectors to 3.5 mm stereo plug Annunciator relay Y cable 6 solderless terminals to a 15 pin female connector to a 15 pin male connector Picture 47 .6 CONSOLE ASSEMBLY Cable Name Description Removable media DC power cable Two DC connectors for the media devices.

6 CONSOLE ASSEMBLY Cable Name 48 Description OEP extension cable 15 pin male connector to 15 pin female connector PS/2 mouse/keyboard extension cable 6 pin mini-DIN male connector to 6 pin mini-DIN female connector Video signal cable (analog).com Picture . Two 15 pin VGA female connectors to one digital video male connector www.honeywell. DVI connector to a 15 pin VGA male connector Y video signal cable (analog).

24 meters) 100 feet (30. RJ-11 modular plug to a 3.5 mm stereo plug connector PC audio cable. Used for remote options: 15 pin female connector to 15 pin male connector 25 feet (7. Used in remote option on the computer side. Used for remote options: Description Picture 25 pin male connector to 25 pin male connector 25 feet (7.62 meters) 50 feet (15.6 CONSOLE ASSEMBLY Table 6: Console cables for remote option Cable Name Remote peripheral extension cable.24 meters) 100 feet (30.48 meters) Horizontal synchronous adjustment cable. Used in remote option on the console side.62 meters) 50 feet (15.5 mm stereo plug 49 .48 meters) Remote video extension cable. RJ-11 modular plug to a 3. 15 pin VGA female connector to 15 pin VGA male connector Audio adapter cable.

50 www.6 CONSOLE ASSEMBLY Cable Name PS/2 mouse/keyboard cable.honeywell.com Description 6 pin mini-DIN connector to 6 pin mini DIN connector Picture .

• Adjust the leveling feet on both sides of the console. 51 .3 Assembling Furniture Related topics “Level the base unit” on page 51 “Attach backpanel to console base unit” on page 51 6.2 Attach backpanel to console base unit 1 Locate the four Allen-head screws used to attach the backpanel to the console base (usually located in the OEP module cavity). Tip It is likely that you will have to readjust the console height and the console level after splicing one console to another.3. 6. and level all other consoles within the console configuration to the same height. as the console will be at its lightest weight. Select one console as the benchmark.6 CONSOLE ASSEMBLY 6. ' “Console Complexing” on page 121' for details.3. 2 Position the base console and backpanel close to the final Icon Series Console location. it will be difficult to complex the console units together. 3 Using two people. Attention All of the consoles must be leveled to one consistent height. lift the backpanel and slide the backpanel strut into the backpanel mounting support located on the backside of the console base unit.1 Level the base unit It is recommended that you level the base unit before adding the console backpanel and monitors. Otherwise. See Section “Console Complexing” on page 121.

com .honeywell. attach the backpanel strut to the mounting support using the four 5/32 Allen-head screws (two on each side). www.6 CONSOLE ASSEMBLY CAUTION DO NOT pinch any of the pre-installed cables when mounting the backpanel to the console base. 4 52 While one person continues to support the backpanel.

6 CONSOLE ASSEMBLY . 5 Tighten all four Allen-head screws. 53 .

It is recommended by Honeywell and required by many codes.4 Grounding Requirements System grounding requirements are in your specific site-planning manual. that each console be connected to building steel or other designated safety ground before connecting ac power wiring. This section pertains only to the grounding requirements for the console station.4. Either console ground terminal may be used.1 Grounding terminals Route the grounding cable through the access holes in the console base or through the side cable access holes (wire tunnel to next console). Attention Note that the power entry box also has a ground wire. 6.com . the dedicated branch circuit power panel or building steel. Make sure that the safety wire from the console frame ground terminal is connected to the safety ground terminal block in the control room power panel.honeywell. for personnel protection.6 CONSOLE ASSEMBLY 6. Figure 9: Safety ground terminals 54 www. Each console is equipped with safety ground terminals.

System power wiring to the terminal board. Attention It is strongly recommended that the power cable be connected to a clean power source with backup such as an Uninterruptible Power Source (UPS). 6. Refer to TPS System Site Planning and LCN System Installation manuals.5.2 Add power cable to power entry box [other] All procedures in this section are performed with no power. Specific site requirements determine the type of ac power cable to be used. and receptacles are wired at the factory.5. filter. The power entrybox circuit breakers.5 Wire Power Entry Box Use the procedures in this section to wire the power filter box located under the foot treadle. 1 Remove the two hex-head screws at the back of the foot treadle. 55 .6 CONSOLE ASSEMBLY 6. TB1. in each power entry box is furnished and installed by the user according to specific site preferences.1 Power entry wiring Figure 10: AC wiring for US Figure 11: AC wiring for Europe 6.

5 mm (0. loosen the two screws that secure the power filter box to the console base. Tip If the access cover is difficult to remove. 56 5 Strip approximately 7.com .3") of insulation from the power cable. 3 If necessary. slide the box all the way forward and re-tighten the screws. 4 Remove the screw on the power entry box access cover and slide cover off. www.6 CONSOLE ASSEMBLY 2 Lift the back of the cover slightly and slide it toward the front of the console. 7 Replace the access cover on the power entry box. remove the foot treadle to access the power entry box.honeywell. 6 Wire the power filter box for specific site requirements.

' Section “Pop-up Disk Operation” on page 161 contains information on operating these devices 6.6 CONSOLE ASSEMBLY 6. This is covered in Section “Configuring Monitors” on page 117.1 Before adding the pop-up disk module to console Installing the pop-up disk module will be easier if you perform this procedure first. ' “Configuring Monitors” on page 117. 1 Remove the pop-up disk's associated manual input. TIP: Make sure that you grasp the entire module and not just the module cover. Figure 12: Pop-up Disk Module You will configure these devices after you have added your system platform.6. “Figure 12: Pop-up Disk Module” shows a CD/RW drive mounted in the pop-up disk module with its USB cable.6 Adding Pop-up Disk Modules Pop-up disk modules contain either a Zip drive or a CD/RW drive that is mounted in the module at the factory. 57 . If you ordered either of these devices you will also have available a USB hub to which they attach.

connect it.6. 5 Align the module fasteners with the fastener socket and push down gently to lock the module in place. 3 If the USB adapter cable is not already attached to the CD/RW drive. 58 2 Insert the DC power cable plug in the correct orientation into the power connector on the rear panel of the CD/RW drive. 3 Turn the hand crank counter-clockwise to lower the worksurface panel.2 Add a Zip device 1 Connect the power cable converter to the Zip drive's power connector on the rear panel of the Zip drive. Attention CD/RW drive Connectors DO NOT force the power plug into the power connector . connect it. connect the USB cable to the downstream port on the USB Hub. routing the USB adapter through the cable hook towards the center of the console. www.3 Add a CD/RW drive device 1 Set the CD/RW drive to the master mode by placing the jumper on the master set of jumper pins.it is shaped so that it can be easily inserted in only one orientation. 6 Route the DC power cable plug through the cable routing hole in the lower valance to the computer.com . 7 If the USB Hub has already been mounted to the console backpanel. Otherwise connecting devices to the Hub is covered in Section “Connecting USB Hub and Devices” on page 64. 6. 6. 3 Place the pop-up disk module in the console's pop-up disk module bay.6 CONSOLE ASSEMBLY 2 Press down and latch the sub-chassis.6. 4 Continue routing the USB cable through the opening at the top of the console leg back to the lower valance on the backpanel. 2 If the USB adapter cable is not already attached to the Zip drive. routing the USB adapter through the cable hook towards the center of the console. 4 Place the pop-up disk module in the console's pop-up disk module bay.honeywell. ' “Connecting USB Hub and Devices” on page 64'.

connect the USB cable to the downstream port on the USB Hub. 9 If the USB Hub has already been mounted to the console backpanel. 7 Align the module fasteners with the fastener sockets and push down gently to lock the module in place. 59 .6 CONSOLE ASSEMBLY 5 Continue routing the USB cable through the opening at the top of the console leg back to the lower valance on the backpanel. ' “Connecting USB Hub and Devices” on page 64'. 8 Route the DC power cable plug through the cable routing hole in the lower valance to the computer. 6 Place the module in the console's pop-up disk module bay. Otherwise connecting devices to the Hub is covered in Section “Connecting USB Hub and Devices” on page 64.

Section “Pop-up Disk Operation” on page 161 contains information on operating these devices 6. www.com .6 CONSOLE ASSEMBLY 6. 2 Align the module fasteners with the fastener sockets and push down gently to lock the module in place.honeywell.7. MIM USB cables are pre-installed in the console. ' “Connecting USB Hub and Devices” on page 64'. 3 If the USB Hub has already been mounted to the console backpanel.1 Add manual input modules 60 1 Place the manual input module back in the console.7 Adding Hot-Swap Manual Input Modules Hot-swap input modules contain any one of the following options: • • • • • • • Blank hot-swap module Keypad/Trackball Keypad Thumbwheel Trackball Keypad/Wheel Full Auxiliary module All of the MIM devices are mounted in the module at the factory. connect the USB cable to the downstream port on the USB Hub. If you ordered any MIM device you will also have available a USB hub to which they attach. Otherwise connecting devices to the Hub is covered in Section “Connecting USB Hub and Devices” on page 64.

6 CONSOLE ASSEMBLY 6. 1 Release the pop-up OEP module by pulling on the release lever located directly under the module. 2 Plug the keyboard PS/2 cable into the connector located on the right side of the pop-up OEP module cavity. You will only have those devices specific to your particular console configuration. 3 Plug the mousePS/2 cable into the connector located on the left of the pop-up OEP module cavity. 61 . console keyboard and mouse.1 for more information on operating these devices.8. mouse and keyboard cables should already be installed in the console and the OEP module chassis.8 Adding OEP Module and Devices This section contains basic procedures for adding the OEP. mouse and OEP The OEP. mouse and OEP” on page 61 6. See Section 10.1 Peripheral device options • • • QWERTY Keyboard and/or Mouse Operator entry panel (OEP) Integrated keyboard (IKB) 6. 4 Connect the OEP cable to the OEP and tighten the two jackscrews.8.2 Add keyboard. Related topics “Peripheral device options” on page 61 “Add keyboard.

www. 6 Place the keyboard and mouse in the pop-up OEP module keyboard storage area.honeywell.com .6 CONSOLE ASSEMBLY 62 5 Place the OEP in the recessed area of the OEP module and remove any slack from the OEP cable by pulling it from the back of the console.

6 CONSOLE ASSEMBLY 7 Push down gently on the pop-up OEP module to lock it in place. 63 .

. you will receive a special Y power cable that allows you to connect both power cables to the computer power.9. See Section 10.1 for more information on operating USB devices attached to the USB hub.com . When you order two USB hubs.9.honeywell.2 About USB connectors Connector Type 64 Image Used to connect .1 Using more than one USB Hub If you are using more than one USB Hub. such as a computer USB "Type B USB cable to a USB device www. which is pre-installed on the backpanel. Daisy-chaining the two USB hubs reduces the total amount of power available to the USB devices.9 Connecting USB Hub and Devices This section contains basic procedures for connect the USB hub. Figure 13: USB Hub mounted to console backpanel Related topics “Using more than one USB Hub” on page 64 “About USB connectors” on page 64 “Connect USB peripherals to the USB Hub” on page 65 6. USB 'Type A' USB cable to a non-USB device. You will only have those devices specific to your particular console configuration.6 CONSOLE ASSEMBLY 6. . 6. it is recommended that you connect the Type A USB cable from both hubs to the computer independent of one another.

Note: There will be 1 to 4 of these cables 5 Route the USB cable through the cable routing hole in the lower valance to the computer. 1 Connect the B connector of the Type A/B cable to the upstream port on the USB Hub. 4 Connect the A connector(s) of the USB cable(s) to the downstream ports on the USB Hub. 7 Connect the Type A connector of the A/B cable to the USB port on the computer.9. 2 Connect the USB Hub power cable to the power jack on the USB Hub. route the DC power cable through the cable routing hole in the lower valance to the computer. if this is a second USB Hub. to the special Y power cable Figure 14: USB hub connections 65 . connect the B connector(s) of the USB cable(s) to the USB device(s).3 Connect USB peripherals to the USB Hub Use this procedure to connect all necessary cables to the USB Hub. The Type A/B cable used to connect the USB Hub to the computer will look slightly different from the Type A/B USB cables used to connect the USB devices to the hub. You may skip this procedure if the cables were connected in an earlier procedure.6 CONSOLE ASSEMBLY 6. 6 If necessary. 3 If you have not already done so. Note: You may have up to five Type A/B USB cables. 8 Connect the USB Hub's power cable to the computer or.

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one person to lift the monitor and another to attach the power cable. Mounting top-level monitors requires two people . note the following: • • Add the lower monitors to the console first. and 2010X Flat Panel Displays” on page 73 “Installing the 2080UX Flat Panel Displays” on page 80 67 . causing serious damage to the monitor. and 2010X Flat Panel Displays” on page 73. Related topics “Monitor part numbers” on page 68 “Monitor physical characteristics” on page 69 “Monitor logical locations” on page 70 “Using the correct monitor cable and video port” on page 71 “Initial settings for the Flat Panel Displays” on page 72 “Installing the 1850X. Refer to the appropriate section for specific installation instructions. Tip • • Turn the hand-crank counter-clockwise until the worksurface panel is about midway down. These cables must be used for the top-level monitors. Attention If you are assembling a Quad Console. ' “Installing the 1850X. ' “Installing the 2080UX Flat Panel Displays” on page 80' Precautionary notes and tips CAUTION Do not place any monitor on a sloping or unstable cart. • • Section “Installing the 1850X. and 2010X Flat Panel Displays” on page 73' Section “Installing the 2080UX Flat Panel Displays” on page 80. 1880X. as it may fall. 1880X. Push the hand-crank back in and up against the bottom of the worksurface. stand or table.7 Monitor Installation The information and procedures in this section apply to the flat panel displays with and without the touchscreen option. 1880X. Two of the four monitor power cables will be longer.

1" 1850X or 1880X 51199459-300 20.com .7 MONITOR INSTALLATION 7.1" 2080UX monitors www.1 Monitor part numbers The following table lists the Honeywell model numbers that can be installed on the Icon consoles. Honeywell Part Number 68 Description 51199458-300 18.1" 2080UX 51201988 Transition plate used for the 20.honeywell.1" 2010X without touchscreen 51199459-500 20.1" 2010X with ELO touchscreen 51198787-300 20.

1" 1850X 398 mm 349 mm 74 mm 5.4 in. 13.9 kg 51198787 13. 16.1 lbs. 20.9 kg 51199458 12. 17.8 lbs. 51199458 15. 3. 2.7 in.1" 2080UX 340 mm 442 mm 90 mm 6. 15.5 kg.1 lbs.3 kg 51199459 19. 15. 16.9 in.7 in.4 in. 20. 12.2 in. 2.1" 1880X 315 mm 387 mm 62 mm 4.2 Monitor physical characteristics The monitors have the following physical characteristics: Monitor Height Width Depth Weight 18. 4 in.7 MONITOR INSTALLATION 7.1 lbs. 18. in.1" 2010X 487 mm 411 mm 101 mm 7. 10.4 in.4 in.2 in.2 in.5 in. 69 .

3 Monitor logical locations The following simplified block diagram shows a recommended monitor positioning convention.7 MONITOR INSTALLATION 7.honeywell. Figure 15: Monitor positioning 70 www. See also ' “Configuring Monitor Settings” on page 149' for instructions on setting the monitor positions in the software.com .

The following picture shows the correct port for use with the Icon console cables.7 MONITOR INSTALLATION 7. You will be using only the DVI to Analog cable with the DVI end of the cable connected to the INPUT 1 DVI-I port on the monitor. Figure 16: DVI-I Video Port for 2080UX 71 .4 Using the correct monitor cable and video port The monitor is packaged with a DVI to Analog and a DVI-to-DVI cable.

5 Initial settings for the Flat Panel Displays Although other resolutions are supported. the following tables lists the native modes for each type of flat panel display that may be used with the Icon Console.7 MONITOR INSTALLATION 7.com . Flat Panel Model 72 Native Resolution NEC 1850X 1280 x 1024 @ 60Hz NEC 1880X 1280 x 1024 @ 60Hz NEC 2010X 1280 x 1024 @ 60Hz NEC 2080UX 1600 x 1200 @ 60 Hz www.honeywell.

1880X.1 Install monitors Use the following procedure to attach the monitor mounting brackets. install the monitor cables and mount the monitor to the console backpanel.1" 1850X or 1880X 20. and 2010X Flat Panel Displays Use the procedures in this section to install the following flat panel displays: • • • 18.1" 2010X without touchscreen 20. Repeat this procedure for each monitor in the console. 2 Slide each bracket out of the keyhole slots.1" 2010X with ELO touchscreen Related topics “Install monitors” on page 73 “Install single monitor” on page 78 7.6 Installing the 1850X.6.7 MONITOR INSTALLATION 7. 1 Loosen the four Allen-head screws for each of the monitor mounting brackets. 73 .

5 Secure the bracket assembly to the monitor by tightening the four screws. 4 Position a monitor-mounting bracket on the back of the monitor making sure the hex nut and bolt of the bracket is on the bottom of the monitor. www.7 MONITOR INSTALLATION 74 3 Place a monitor. display side down.com . 6 Remove the monitor connector cover. on a protected and level worksurface.honeywell.

7 MONITOR INSTALLATION Tip To remove the cover on the 18. 75 . 7 From the back of the console. route the female end of the monitor power cable through the monitor cable hole in the console backpanel. squeeze the cover in from the right hand side and lift the cover up.5-inch monitor. 8 Connect the DVI end of the video signal cable to the DVI-I Input 1 port on the back of the monitor and tighten the thumbscrews.

com . 76 www. feed the unattached end of the video signal cable through the monitor hole in the backpanel. 11 Insert the mounting screws into the appropriate set of keyhole slots: • • For an 18-inch monitor. have another person connect the monitor power cable to the AC inlet on the back of the monitor.7 MONITOR INSTALLATION 9 From the front of the console. 10 While one person lifts the monitor. Tip Label the monitor cables according to the physical position of the monitors as recommended in “Monitor logical locations” on page 70. use the bottom set of keyhole slots. For a 21-inch monitor.honeywell. use the top set of keyhole slots. Gently rock the monitor until all four mounting screws seat properly and lock into position.

Additional information and procedures for the touchscreen are in the following sections: • • Section “Connecting USB Hub and Devices” on page 64. route the VGA end of the video signal cable thru the cable routing hole in the lower valance. 12 Align the monitor and tighten the four Allen-head mounting screws.7 MONITOR INSTALLATION CAUTION When this step is complete. ' “System Platform Installation” on page 95. 13 Replace the monitor connector cover. Connecting cables to the computer is covered in Section “System Platform Installation” on page 95. the monitor assembly is loose and can be damaged if allowed to fall. ' “Configuring a Touchscreen” on page 119' 15 If you have a local electronics enclosure. 14 If your monitor has a touchscreen. ' “Connecting USB Hub and Devices” on page 64' Section “Configuring a Touchscreen” on page 119.' 77 . perform the following: • • Connect the B connector of the Type A/B USB cable to the USB port on the touchscreen. Route the other end of the cable through the monitor hole in the backpanel.

you will need to connect the VGA end of the video signal cable to the remote video cable.1 inch monitor in the lower position Place the monitor.2 Install single monitor Use the following procedure to attach a single monitor to the console backpanel. remove the acorn cap from the bracket and tighten or loosen the bolt using two socket wrenches . It is assumed that you have already attached the monitor-mounting bracket to the back of the monitor. 7.1 inch monitor in upper position Mounting 18.one on each side.com . 1 Determine which set of display mounting panel holes you will be using based on the following options: • • • 2 78 Mounting 20. The single monitor option uses a special display-mounting panel that allows you to attach the monitor to the center of the backpanel using the existing monitor mounting holes. Tip To adjust the tension of the monitor-mounting bracket.6. in which case you need to route the VGA end of the video signal cable through the opening between the backpanel and the lower valance to the console leg.honeywell. www. or In the console leg. display side down. on a protected and level worksurface.1 inch monitor (upper or lower use the same set of holes) Mounting 18. Connecting cables to the remote system is covered in Section “Installing Remote Peripheral System” on page 113.Model Number MP-ICMT1. See the ' “Install monitors” on page 73' procedure previous to this one if you have not done so. Note: The lettering on the monitor should be right side up. .7 MONITOR INSTALLATION 16 If you have the Remote Electronics System. The connection point for the local video signal cable and remote video signal cable may be one of the following: • • At the console backpanel.

Note: The part number in the lower left corner should also be right side up. 79 . 5 Attach the display-mounting panel to the monitor-mounting bracket using the four Allen-head mounting screws. 4 Line up the appropriate set of mounting panel holes with the holes in the monitor-mounting bracket. 6 Attach the monitor to the backpanel by inserting the four mounting studs through the existing monitor mounting holes and secure the mounting panel using the four supplied nuts.7 MONITOR INSTALLATION 3 Position the display-mounting panel on the monitor-mounting bracket with the mounting studs facing up and the part number in the lower left corner.

1" 2080UX without legends 20.7 Installing the 2080UX Flat Panel Displays Use the procedures in this section to install the following flat panel displays: • • 20. www.com .7.honeywell.1" 2080UX with legends Related topics “Remove pedastal” on page 80 “Attach transition plate” on page 82 “Connect monitor cables and mount monitor to backpanel” on page 88 7.7 MONITOR INSTALLATION 7. 80 1 Place the monitor face down on a non-abrasive surface.1 Remove pedastal Use the following procedure to remove the pedastal from the monitor so that it may be mounted on the console backpanel. 2 Release the cover from the pedastal by gently prying both sides of the cover away from the pedastal column.

81 . 4 Remove the four screws that attach the pedastal to the monitor and lift the pedastal away from the monitor.7 MONITOR INSTALLATION 3 Remove the cover completely from the pedastal.

Repeat this procedure for each monitor in the console. 82 1 Loosen the four Allen-head screws for each of the monitor mounting brackets.honeywell. 2 Slide each bracket out of the keyhole slots. which is included with each monitor.7 MONITOR INSTALLATION 7. to both upper and lower monitors.2 Attach transition plate Use the following procedure to attach the monitor mounting brackets and special transition plate (51201988). www.com .7.

83 .7 MONITOR INSTALLATION 3 Place a monitor. 4 Lower monitor If you are mounting a monitor in the lower console position. 5 Upper monitor If you are mounting a monitor in the upper console position. protected and level worksurface. display side down. on a non-abrasive. attach the mounting bracket to the monitor with the knuckle positioned towards the bottom of the monitor as shown in the picture. attach the mounting bracket to the monitor with the knuckle positioned towards the top of the monitor as shown in the picture.

com .7 MONITOR INSTALLATION 84 6 Secure the mounting bracket assembly to the monitor by tightening the four screws 7 Remove the four screws from the mounting bracket knuckle.honeywell. www.

7 MONITOR INSTALLATION 8 Align the four holes in the transition plate with the four holes in the mounting bracket knuckle as shown in the picture. 85 .

com .7 MONITOR INSTALLATION 9 86 Attach the transition plate to the mounting bracket knuckle using the four screws supplied with the transition plate.honeywell. www.

87 .7 MONITOR INSTALLATION 10 Place the four SEMS nuts over the transition plate studs and turn the nuts on by only three or four threads so they are at the ends of the studs.

7 MONITOR INSTALLATION 7. 1 From the rear of the console. you must mount the monitors in the lower position first.3 Connect monitor cables and mount monitor to backpanel Use the following procedure to attach the monitor cables and mount the monitor to the console backpanel. Repeat this procedure for each monitor in the console.honeywell. Attention If you are installing monitors on a Quad Console. feed the following cables through the monitor hole in the backpanel: • • • 88 Video signal cable Power cable USB Cable if you are connecting a USB touchscreen www.7.com .

7 MONITOR INSTALLATION 2 Remove the connector cover from the monitor. 89 . Mounting a lower monitor 3 Place a non-abrasive cover on the console worksurface and set the monitor facedown on the protected surface.

com .7 MONITOR INSTALLATION 4 Connect the monitor cables: • • • 5 90 Connect the DVI end of the video signal cable to the DVI-I Input 1 port on the back of the monitor and tighten the thumbscrews.honeywell. Connect the video power cable to the monitor. Connect the USB cable if you have a USB touchscreen. www. Insert the transition plate studs into the lower set of keyhole slots allowing the studs to seat in the slots.

91 .7 MONITOR INSTALLATION CAUTION When this step is complete. tighten the four nuts. Mounting an upper monitor 7 Place a non-abrasive cover on the top of the lower monitor. 6 From the rear of the console. the monitor assembly is loose and can be damaged if allowed to fall. 8 Use the lower monitor to support the upper monitor while you connect the video signal cable and power cable to the upper monitor. Note: This step is necessary because the cables for the upper monitor will not reach all the way to the console worksurface.

honeywell. the monitor assembly is loose and can be damaged if allowed to fall.com . CAUTION When this step is complete. tighten the four nuts 92 www. 10 From the rear of the console.7 MONITOR INSTALLATION 9 Insert the transition plate studs into the lower set of keyhole slots allowing the studs to seat in the slots.

93 . route the VGA end of the video signal cables through the cable routing hole in the lower valance. ' “System Platform Installation” on page 95. Connecting cables to the computer is covered in Section “System Platform Installation” on page 95.7 MONITOR INSTALLATION Tip Label the monitor cables according to the physical position of the monitors as recommended in “Monitor logical locations” on page 70.' See the appropriate subsection for your particular computer platform. 11 If you have a local electronics enclosure.

Connecting cables to the remote system is covered in Section “Installing Remote Peripheral System” on page 113. in which case you need to route the VGA end of the video signal cable through the opening between the backpanel and the lower valance to the console leg. 94 www.com .honeywell.7 MONITOR INSTALLATION 12 If you have the Remote Electronics System. Tip To adjust the tension of the monitor-mounting bracket. remove the acorn cap from the bracket and tighten or loosen the bolt using two socket wrenches – one on each side. The connection point for the local video signal cable and remote video signal cable may be one of the following: • • At the console backpanel. you will need to connect the VGA end of the video signal cable to the remote video cable. or In the console leg.

and Service for TPN-Connected Nodes WKS1 or SVR1 Planning. Installation. and Service for TPN-Connected Nodes (SVR1/ WKS1) WKS2 or SVR2 Planning. . . . Installation. it is assumed that you have already performed the following: • • Attached the correct video signal cables (DVI Analog cable) to the monitors and routed them appropriately. Installation. Attached all other cables to the peripheral devices Related topics “Local Electronics Enclosure” on page 96 “Installing GX200/GX240 System Platform” on page 98 “Installing WKS2/SVR2 System Platform” on page 101 “Installing WS360/WS370 System Platform” on page 104 “Installing WS470 System Platform” on page 107 “Connecting Monitors” on page 111 “Installing Remote Peripheral System” on page 113 95 . Installation. Because the Icon Console is designed to work with a variety of platforms. See . GX2xx platform Planning.8 System Platform Installation This section contains procedures for attaching the Honeywell Icon Series Console devices to a system platform both locally and remotely. you will need to select the appropriate procedures for your platform. For more information on the . Additional references Refer also to the following documents for additional information on the specific platform installed in your Icon Console. and Service for WS360/WS370 Prerequisites Before you begin this procedure. Cautions and warnings CAUTION Verify that power to the console and the electronic system is turned off before beginning any procedures in this section. and Service for TPN-Connected Nodes (SVR2/ WKS2) WS360/WS370 Planning. .

1 Local Electronics Enclosure This picture shows the Icon electronics enclosure and indicates the primary ventilation areas.1 Opening the electronics enclosure 1 96 From the back of the console.8 SYSTEM PLATFORM INSTALLATION 8.com . www. Related topics “Opening the electronics enclosure” on page 33 “Purpose of air dam and isolator foam” on page 97 8.1.honeywell. remove the two retaining screws that secure the electronic enclosure to the lower valance.

97 . 2 Use the key to unlock the electronic enclosure and open the latch.2 Purpose of air dam and isolator foam The air dam and isolator foam are provided to isolate the intake air from the exhaust air.1.8 SYSTEM PLATFORM INSTALLATION Tip We recommend that you re-attach these screws after installing the electronic enclosure. 8. 3 Push down on the top of the electronic enclosure to open it. 4 Unfasten the tie-down straps and remove the air dam and isolator foam. They should always be placed so air is pulled in from the ventilation slots at the top of the electronic enclosure and pushed out through the bottom ventilation slots of the electronic enclosure.

2 Attach cable 2 to the 2/4 connector of the Y video adapter cable. Make sure the computer is centered and pushed up against the foam padding. Otherwise. this section applies to both platforms. www. 2 Fasten the tie-down straps and tighten.honeywell. If the computer is a GX200. Figure 17: GX2XX in Electronics Enclosure 8. 98 4 Attach the Y adapter cable to the bottom (1/2) video connector on the system chassis.8 SYSTEM PLATFORM INSTALLATION 8. 1 Place the computer in the electronic enclosure with the back of the computer facing the left side of the enclosure. See “Figure 17: GX2XX in Electronics Enclosure”. 5 If present. adjust the tension for raising and lowering the electronic enclosure by loosening or tightening the flat head screws on each side of the mounting assembly.2 Connect monitor cables while installing GX200/GX240 system platform Use the following procedure to connect the video cables to the computer. 8. 5 If necessary. and use it to cover the bottom ventilation slots on the right side of the electronic enclosure. 3 If you have a quad configuration: • • Attach cable 3 to the 1/3 connector of the second Y video adapter cable. 3 Remove the adhesive from the isolation foam and place it on top of the computer left of center. go to the next step. 4 Remove the adhesive from the air dam.2 Installing GX200/GX240 System Platform The following figure shows the GX240 platform mounted in the Icon console's electronic enclosure. make sure the foam is positioned on the left of the computer vent holes.com . connect the second Y adapter cable to the top (3/4) video connector on the system chassis.2.1 Install GX200/GX240 in electronics enclosure Use the following procedure to install the system platform and add the air dam and isolator foam.2. Because the GX200 and GX240 mount the same way in the enclosure. Attach cable 4 to the 3/4 connector of the second Y video adapter cable. See “Figure 17: GX2XX in Electronics Enclosure”. 1 Attach cable 1 to the 1/3 connector of the Y video adapter cable.

6 Connect the LCN MAU cable. connect the output of the annunciator/OEP Y cable to the serial port.8 SYSTEM PLATFORM INSTALLATION Figure 18: Monitor connections 8. 2 Connect the keyboard cable to the keyboard connector on the rear panel of the chassis.2. 99 . 12 Replace the two retaining screws to secure the computer to the lower valance. connect the OEP cable directly to the serial port 5 Connect the speaker cable to the audio port. 3 Connect the mouse cable to the mouse connector on the rear of the chassis. 10 Connect the disk power cable to the four-pin socket.3 Connect system cables while installing GX200/GX240 system platform Use the following procedure to connect all cables to the computer. 7 If a printer is to be connected. 1 Connect the Ethernet cable to the RJ-45 connector on the rear panel of the chassis. connect it to the printer connector on the rear panel of the chassis 8 Connect the USB Hub's upstream cable to the USB port on the system chassis. 11 Close the computer and verify that the latch is secure. 4 If the annunciator relay box is being used. 9 Connect the USB Hub's power cable to the system chassis. to the connector on the LCNP4 board. Otherwise. CAUTION Turn off power to system when installing cables.

www.4 Add computer power cable while installing GX200/GX240 system platform If your console has the local electronics option. 5 Turn the console AC power switch to ON.8 SYSTEM PLATFORM INSTALLATION 8. routing the cable through the electronics box lower cable access hole and into the lower leg area and then to the power entry box. 100 1 Connect the power cable to the computer. 4 Plug in the console AC power cable.honeywell.com . you will need to TURN OFF POWER to the console and make sure the console base and console legs are accessible. Attention Before you begin this procedure. 2 Plug the computer power cable into the console power entry box.2. or restore power at the main switch. and tighten the flange nuts. 3 Replace the console foot treadle. use this procedure to add the computer's power cable.

Attach cable 4 to the 3/4 connector of the second Y video adapter cable. 101 . 2 Attach cable 2 to the 2/4 connector of the Y video adapter cable. 4 Attach the Y adapter cable to the bottom (1/2) video connector on the system chassis. 2 Fasten the tie-down straps and tighten. they mount the same way in the enclosure. 5 If necessary adjust the tension for raising and lowering the enclosure by loosening or tightening the flat head screws on each side of the mounting assembly.3 Installing WKS2/SVR2 System Platform The following figure shows the WKS2 platform mounted in the Icon console's electronic enclosure.1 Install WKS2/SVR2 in electronics enclosure Use the following procedure to install the system platform and add the air dam and isolator foam. 3 If you have a quad configuration: • • Attach cable 3 to the 1/3 connector of the second Y video adapter cable.3. See “Figure 19: WKS2/SVR2 in Electronics Enclosure”. go to the next step. 1 Attach cable 1 to the 1/3 connector of the Y video adapter cable. See “Figure 19: WKS2/SVR2 in Electronics Enclosure”. and use it to cover the ventilation slots on the left side of the electronic enclosure. See “Figure 19: WKS2/SVR2 in Electronics Enclosure”. This section applies to both platforms.8 SYSTEM PLATFORM INSTALLATION 8.3. 8. 3 Remove the adhesive from the isolation foam and place the isolation foam on top of the computer to the right of the intake. Figure 19: WKS2/SVR2 in Electronics Enclosure 8. Make sure the computer is centered and pushed up against the foam padding. Because the WKS2 and SVR2 platforms have the same chassis design.2 Connect monitor cables while installing WKS2/SVR2 system platform Use the following procedure to connect the video cables to the computer. 4 Remove the adhesive from the air dam. Otherwise. 1 Place the computer in the electronic enclosure with the back of the computer facing the right side of the enclosure.

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If present, connect the second Y adapter cable to the top (3/4) video connector on the system chassis.

Figure 20: Monitor connections

8.3.3 Connect system cables while installing WKS2/SVR2 system platform
Use the following procedure to connect all cables to the computer.
CAUTION
Turn off power to system when installing cables.
1

Connect the Ethernet cable to the RJ-45 connector on the rear panel of the chassis.

2

Connect the keyboard cable to the keyboard connector on the rear panel of the chassis.

3

Connect the mouse cable to the mouse connector on the rear of the chassis.

4

If the annunciator relay box is being used, connect the output of the annunciator/OEP Y cable to the serial
port.
Otherwise, connect the OEP cable directly to the serial port

5

Connect the speaker cable to the audio port.

6

Connect the LCN MAU cable, to the connector on the LCNP4 board.

7

If a printer is to be connected, connect it to the printer connector on the rear panel of the chassis

8

Connect the USB Hub's upstream cable to the USB port on the system chassis.

9

Connect the USB Hub's power cable to the system chassis.

10 Connect the disk power cable to the four-pin socket.
11 Close the computer and verify that the latch is secure.

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12 Replace the two retaining screws to secure the computer to the lower valance.

8.3.4 Add computer power cable while installing WKS2/SVR2 system platform
If your console has the local electronics option, use this procedure to add the computer's power cable.
Attention
Before you begin this procedure, you will need to TURN OFF POWER to the console and make sure the console base
and console legs are accessible.
1

Connect the power cable to the computer, routing the cable through the electronics box lower cable access
hole and into the lower leg area and then to the power entry box.

2

Plug the computer power cable into the console power entry box.

3

Replace the console foot treadle, and tighten the flange nuts.

4

Plug in the console AC power cable, or restore power at the main switch.

5

Turn the console AC power switch to ON.

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8.4 Installing WS360/WS370 System Platform
The following figure shows the WS360/WS370 platform mounted in the Icon console's electronic enclosure.

Figure 21: WS360/WS370 in Electronics Enclosure

8.4.1 Install WS360/WS370 in electronics enclosure
Use the following procedure to install the system platform and add the air dam and isolator foam.
1

Place the computer in the electronic enclosure with the back of the computer facing the left side of the
enclosure. Make sure the computer is centered and pushed up against the foam padding. See “Figure 21:
WS360/WS370 in Electronics Enclosure”.

2

Fasten the tie-down straps and tighten.

3

Remove the adhesive from the isolation foam and place the isolation foam on top of the computer to the left
of center. See “Figure 21: WS360/WS370 in Electronics Enclosure”.

4

Remove the adhesive from the air dam, and use it to cover the ventilation slots on the right side of the
electronic enclosure. See “Figure 21: WS360/WS370 in Electronics Enclosure”.

5

If necessary adjust the tension for raising and lowering the enclosure by loosening or tightening the flat head
screws on each side of the mounting assembly.

8.4.2 Connect system cables while installing WS360/WS370 system platform
Use the following procedure to connect the cables when you are installing the platform in an Icon console.

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Connect the mouse and keyboard cables to the PS/2 connectors.

2

Connect the speaker cable to the audio port.

3

If you are not using Fault Tolerant Ethernet (FTE), connect the Ethernet cable to the RJ-45 connector on the
Network Interface Card.
If you are using FTE, you will need to connect the FTE cables according to the instructions in the FTE
Installation and Service Guide.

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Attach the digital to analog converter to the digital connector on the AGP card as shown.

5

Connect the DVI-D to DVI-A video cables to the analog video connectors on the AGP card. If your console
does not have more than two monitors, go to step 8.

6

Connect the digital to analog adapters to the Y cable as shown.

7

Connect the Y cable to the video connector on the second video card (in the PCI slot).

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and verify that all cables have proper strain relief. and tighten the flange nuts.3 Add computer power cable while installing WS360/WS370 system platform If your console has the local electronics option. www.4. 3 Replace the console foot treadle. 4 Plug in the console AC power cable. 11 Connect the USB Hub's upstream cable to the USB port on the system chassis. 9 If your console has an IKB or an OEP. 2 Plug the computer power cable into the console power entry box. 12 Connect the USB Hub's power cable to the system chassis. 14 Secure any loose cables.honeywell.the cables according to the instructions in the ADP01: Honeywell Peripheral Adapters 10 Connect the LCN MAU cable to the MAU connector on the LCNP4 card if one is present. 13 Connect the disk power cable to the four-pin socket. 5 Turn the console AC power switch to ON. connect .8 SYSTEM PLATFORM INSTALLATION 8 Connect the monitor video cables to the computer according to the information in Section “Connecting Monitors” on page 111 ' “Connecting Monitors” on page 111'. 106 1 Connect the power cable to the computer. Attention Before you begin this procedure. or restore power at the main switch. 8. use this procedure to add the computer's power cable. routing the cable through the electronics box lower cable access hole and into the lower leg area and then to the power entry box.com . you will need to TURN OFF POWER to the console and make sure the console base and console legs are accessible.

8 SYSTEM PLATFORM INSTALLATION 8. The following figure shows the WS470 platform mounted in the Icon console's electronic enclosure. reroute all your cables to the right side (as seen from the console rear) of the console as shown in this figure. 107 . Before installing the WS470.5 Installing WS470 System Platform The WS470 platform is positioned in the Icon electronics enclosure with the cable connections on the right side (as seen from the console rear).

3 If you are not using Fault Tolerant Ethernet (FTE). connect the Ethernet cable to the RJ-45 connector on the Network Interface Card. See “Figure 22: WS470 in Electronics Enclosure”.5. and use it to cover the ventilation slots on the left side (as seen from the console rear) of the electronic enclosure.5. adjust the tension for raising and lowering the enclosure by loosening or tightening the flat head screws on each side of the mounting assembly. See “Figure 22: WS470 in Electronics Enclosure”. you will need to connect the FTE cables according to the instructions in the FTE Installation and Service Guide. See “Figure 22: WS470 in Electronics Enclosure”. 108 1 Connect the mouse and keyboard cables to the PS/2 connectors.1 Install WS470 in electronics enclosure Use the following procedure to install the system platform and add the air dam and isolator foam.com . 1 Place the computer in the electronic enclosure with the back of the computer facing the right side (as seen from the console rear) of the enclosure making sure the computer is centered. 2 Fasten the tie-down straps and tighten. 4 Remove the adhesive from the air dam. 2 Connect the speaker cable to the audio port. 3 Remove the adhesive from the isolation foam and place the isolation foam on top of the computer to the right of the intake vents. www.8 SYSTEM PLATFORM INSTALLATION Figure 22: WS470 in Electronics Enclosure 8. 5 If necessary.2 Connect system cables while installing WS470 system platform Use the following procedure to connect the cables when you are installing the platform in an Icon console. If you are using FTE. 4 Attach the digital to analog converter to the digital connector on the AGP card as shown. 8.honeywell.

6 Connect the digital to analog adapters to the Y cable as shown. 109 .8 SYSTEM PLATFORM INSTALLATION 5 Connect the DVI-D to DVI-A video cables to the analog video connectors on the AGP card. If your console does not have more than two monitors. go to step 8. 7 Connect the Y cable to the video connector on the second video card (in the PCI slot).

110 1 Connect the power cable to the computer. 14 Secure any loose cables. www. you will need to TURN OFF POWER to the console and make sure the console base and console legs are accessible. or restore power at the main switch. 4 Plug in the console AC power cable.com . use this procedure to add the computer's power cable. 5 Turn the console AC power switch to ON. 11 Connect the USB Hub's upstream cable to the USB port on the system chassis. Attention Before you begin this procedure.the cables according to the instructions in the ADP01: Honeywell Peripheral Adapters 10 Connect the LCN MAU cable to the MAU connector on the LCNP4 card if one is present.5. 8. 2 Plug the computer power cable into the console power entry box. 12 Connect the USB Hub's power cable to the system chassis. 9 If your console has an IKB or an OEP. 13 Connect the disk power cable to the four-pin socket. and tighten the flange nuts.honeywell. and verify that all cables have proper strain relief. 3 Replace the console foot treadle. connect .3 Add computer power cable while installing WS470 system platform If your console has the local electronics option.8 SYSTEM PLATFORM INSTALLATION 8 Connect the monitor video cables to the computer according to the information in Section “Connecting Monitors” on page 111 ' “Connecting Monitors” on page 111'. routing the cable through the electronics box lower cable access hole and into the lower leg area and then to the power entry box.

6 Connecting Monitors Use the information in this section correctly connect the Icon monitors. If you have more than one video card installed. WS370 and WS470 platforms use a dual video card installed in the AGP slot for one or two video outputs. For systems that have three or four video outputs.8 SYSTEM PLATFORM INSTALLATION 8.1 Connecting monitors to the correct channel The WS360. Related topics “Connecting monitors to the correct channel” on page 111 8. you must connect the monitors to the correct channel identified in the following table and “Figure 23: Video Channels and Connections for Four Monitors” and “Figure 24: Video Channels and Connections for Three Monitors”. Table 7: Video Channels Channel Video Card Video Connection Three monitors 1 AGP video card Bottom video card connector Connect 2 PCI video card Top connector of Y cable Disconnect 3 PCI video card Bottom connector of Y cable Connect 4 AGP video card Top video card connector Connect Figure 23: Video Channels and Connections for Four Monitors 111 .6. there is a second dual video card installed in the appropriate PCI slot.

com .honeywell.8 SYSTEM PLATFORM INSTALLATION Figure 24: Video Channels and Connections for Three Monitors 112 www.

8 SYSTEM PLATFORM INSTALLATION 8. with the Remote Video Option. you can remote the following devices: • • • • • PS/2 QWERTY Keyboard PS/2 Cursor movement device RS232 Touch screen One IKB or OEP keyboard One sound port Additionally. up to 100 feet from the computer. With the Remote System Option.7 Installing Remote Peripheral System Honeywell's three short-haul remote options allow you to install the human interface and peripherals. Remote Peripheral Systems: Installation and Upgrade 113 .7. including videos and USB devices.1 USB remote option With the USB Remote Electronics System. you can remote up to four video monitors 8.7.1 compliant USB device.2 Remoting installation instruction references For the different remoting options and installation instructions see document RE01. 8. you can remote any standard version 1.

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9 Console Startup and Device Configuration Related topics “Startup Console” on page 116 “Configuring Monitors” on page 117 “Configuring CD/RW Devices” on page 118 “Configuring a Touchscreen” on page 119 115 .

3 Check LCNP status display The indicators in the LCNP Status Display discussed in the TPS System Operations Guide should be verified to ensure that the unit has passed the self-tests successfully. 9.1. the display text may not appear on the screen. 9.com .2 Power-on sequence 1 Plug in the AC power cable for the console. 116 www. 5 The unit will boot itself from the hard drive and beep when the procedure is complete. Position the console so that you have access to the rear of the console and enough room to mount the enclosure. The text will appear when the boot up completes.1. 4 Turn the power on for the monitors. Attention If the monitor is booted in safe mode during startup.1 Startup Console After the console is completely assembled.9 CONSOLE STARTUP AND DEVICE CONFIGURATION 9. some of the devices may need to be configured to operate properly. 9. You will also need to do a preliminary test to make sure the console is fully operational before installing the console on a network. 2 Place the ac power switch (located in the bottom of the console in the rear) in the ON position.1. 3 Verify that the electronic platform is turned on.1 Before you begin • • Verify that there is no power applied to the console.honeywell.

but cause overall system performance problems. NEC-Mitsubishi Electronics Display cites recommended resolution at 60 Hz for optimal display and color performance.2.3 Monitor procedures You may need to perform the following tasks in order to properly configure your monitor.1 Initial settings for the 1850X. the native mode for the 2080UX LCD is 1600 x 1200 @ 60Hz.9 CONSOLE STARTUP AND DEVICE CONFIGURATION 9. 1880X. see also Section “Troubleshooting Monitors” on page 152. 9. 9. Higher settings are supported. 1880X. ' “Monitor Operation” on page 148. the native mode for the LCDs is 1280 x 1024 @ 60Hz. ' “Troubleshooting Monitors” on page 152.2 Initial settings for the 2080UX FPD Attention Resolution: Although other resolutions are supported. Color: Standard color setting is High Color (16 bit).' • • • • • “Correct color mismatch” on page 149 “Set display bit rate” on page 149 “Set monitor refresh frequency” on page 149 “Configure adjoining monitor displays” on page 150 “Configure two or three monitors in a quad console” on page 150 If necessary. and 2010X FPDs” on page 117 “Initial settings for the 2080UX FPD” on page 117 “Monitor procedures” on page 117 9. but cause overall system performance problems. NECMitsubishi Electronics Display cites recommended resolution at 60 Hz for optimal display and color performance.2 Configuring Monitors Related topics “Initial settings for the 1850X. Higher settings are supported.2. Color: Standard color setting is High Color (16 bit).2. Detailed steps for these tasks are in Section “Monitor Operation” on page 148. and 2010X FPDs Attention Resolution: Although other resolutions are supported.' 117 .

com .exe. and click Next.2 Install ROXIO Software Perform the steps in the following procedure to install the ROXIO CD Recording software and insure the CD/RW drivers are installed and running.1 Installing CD/RW Recording Software Attention Using Roxio CD Recording Software: The CD Recording software included in this package will work on systems on which Windows 2000-Professional has been fully installed. 4 Choose the appropriate setup language and click OK. navigate to the CD-ROM and double-click setup. 5 Click Next. 2 Click Yes when the following window displays: Attention Clicking Yes will not start the ROXIO software installation because the CD/RW Drivers are not yet installed and running. 9. most users do not encounter problems when using the Roxio CD Recording Software on these operating systems.honeywell. 8 Click Finish.3.9 CONSOLE STARTUP AND DEVICE CONFIGURATION 9. 9 When prompted with 'Do you want to restart your computer?' click No. 3 Using Windows NT Explorer (Windows NT 4.0_S10 into the CD/RW drive. 7 Click Install. Tip Cycling power on the machine and the CD/RW device insures the CD/RW drivers are loaded properly. Easy CD Creator 5. 1 Insert the Roxio CD Recording Software CD-ROM.3.3 Configuring CD/RW Devices Related topics “Installing CD/RW Recording Software” on page 118 “Install ROXIO Software” on page 118 9. 6 Select Complete installation. 118 www.0 Server However.0) or Windows Explorer (Windows 2000). The following operating systems are not officially supported and Roxio technical support will not be available when used on these systems: • • Windows 2000 Server Windows NT 4. 10 Shut down the computer and cycle power.

4. Related topics “Calibrate touch screen” on page 119 9.4 Configuring a Touchscreen It is assumed that you have properly connected your touchscreen and have all the appropriate touchscreen drivers loaded. 1 Select Start > Settings > Control Panel.1 Calibrate touch screen Perform the steps in this procedure to calibrate the touch screen.9 CONSOLE STARTUP AND DEVICE CONFIGURATION 9. select the General tab. 4 Double-click the display icon and follow the screen prompts to calibrate the touch screen. 119 . 3 From the ELO dialog. 2 Double-click the ELO icon.

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10 Console Complexing Related topics “Console configurations” on page 122 “Complexing options” on page 123 “Purpose and importance of complexing” on page 124 “Network cable access” on page 125 “Console Complexing Parts” on page 126 “Complexing Icon Furniture” on page 130 121 .

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10.1 Console configurations
Consoles can be complexed in a straight or curved configuration. The complexing kit you receive will depend
on your console type and configuration type. For example:



Straight configuration with 18.1 inch monitors
Straight configuration with 20.1 inch monitors
Curved configuration with 18.1 inch monitors
Curved configuration with 20.1 inch monitors

See also Section “Console Dimensions and Specifications” on page 17, ' “Console Dimensions and
Specifications” on page 17' for information on dimensions for complexed consoles.

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10.2 Complexing options
Icon Console furniture is spliced together using the appropriate complexing parts. There are three basic
complexing part types. Each of these part types come in several options depending on the particular console
configurations that are to be spliced together.


Backpanel filler: Used to splice together two console backpanels.
Complexing wedge: Used to splice together two console backpanels. The wedge has an enclosure that can be
used to mount electrical equipment.
Base splice plate: Used to splice together two console base units.

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10.3 Purpose and importance of complexing
Adjacent Icon Series consoles must be attached to one another at two points: the backpanel using the correct
backpanel filler and at the base using the correct splice plate. Attaching adjacent consoles at both these points
ensures structural integrity by reducing vibrations. The backpanel fillers are required to:


Provide full strength of the console structure
Block the visual gap between adjacent consoles reducing visual distraction for the operator, and
Optionally mount task lamps or custom equipment

Where there are no adjacent back panels, the base splice plate is still required. The splice plates are required to

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Properly align adjacent consoles and table units, and
Provide full strength of the console structure

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10.4 Network cable access
After removing the cable access covers, the splice plates provide a tunnel between consoles, allowing you to run
network cables straight through from console to console. You should not need to cut floor holes for the network
cables except where they initially enter or exit a cluster of consoles.

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10.5 Console Complexing Parts
Related topics
“Backpanel fillers” on page 126
“Complexing wedge backpanel filler” on page 127
“Base splice plates” on page 128

10.5.1 Backpanel fillers
The following figures show the options available for attaching the console backpanels.
Table 8: Dual consoles

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Curved backpanel

Straight backpanel

Straight backpanel

with 20.1 FPD

with 20.1 FPD

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1 FPD with 20.1 FPD 10.10 CONSOLE COMPLEXING Table 9: Quad consoles Curved backpanel Straight backpanel Straight backpanel with 20.2 Complexing wedge backpanel filler The following figures show the options available for attaching the console backpanels using the wedge shaped backpanel fillers.1 FPD with 18.5. 127 .

1 FPD 10.1 FPD Quad Curved backpanel with 18.5.com . 128 www.honeywell.10 CONSOLE COMPLEXING Dual Curved backpanel with 18.3 Base splice plates The following figures show the options available for attaching the console bases.

1 FPD 129 .1 FPD with 20.1 or 20.10 CONSOLE COMPLEXING Curved console Straight console Straight console with 18.1 FPD with 18.

after complexing the units together. 130 1 Set the console leveling feet to the approximate midpoint.2 Splice consoles and/or table units together Console splice plates are mounted to the base units with bolts. After consoles are complexed. maintaining the proper spacing. If console is level. All top panels are at the same elevation (determined when installation is complete).6.1-inch gap between them. All consoles must be leveled so that: • • All vertical surfaces are perfectly vertical. 2 Adjust the console's leveling feet individually in small increments by turning them clockwise or counterclockwise.10 CONSOLE COMPLEXING 10. You will also notice. The splice plates hold the consoles in a rigid configuration. that the nose of the various worksurfaces will not perfectly align at all heights. 10. Select one console as the benchmark. 5 Align the four holes with the holes in the base and attach the splicing plate by inserting the four hex-head screws through the console base to the splicing plate. and level all other consoles within the console configuration to the same height.6.6 Complexing Icon Furniture Related topics “Leveling requirements” on page 130 “Splice consoles and/or table units together” on page 130 “Attach complexing wedge” on page 131 10.honeywell. 3 Place a level on the console worksurface to check level.1 Leveling requirements All of the consoles must be leveled to one consistent height. it will be difficult to complex the console units together. Otherwise.com . www. Tighten the screws. the console worksurfaces have an approximate 0. it should also be completely stable on the floor. 4 Slide the splicing plate under the console base.

10.10 CONSOLE COMPLEXING 6 Slide the adjacent console into position. 7 Adjust the adjacent console's leveling feet until it is the same height as the console to which it is to be spliced. 10 Repeat steps 4 through 9 for each console in the configuration. 1 Attach the complexing wedge to the console using two of the Allen-head screws. 8 Attach the other end of the splicing plate to the console using four hex-head screws.6. 9 Check the level and stability of the current and previous console and make adjustments to the leveling feet. if necessary.3 Attach complexing wedge Tip Insert the Allen-head screw through the console strut hole first and then through the complexing wedge so the screw head will remain accessible for use with a cordless drill that has a straight Allen-head wrench bit attached. 131 . until the consoles are flush with one another.

honeywell. www.10 CONSOLE COMPLEXING 132 2 Slide the adjacent console up to the already attached complexing wedge. 3 Attach the other side of the complexing wedge to the second console using the remaining two Allen-head screws.com .

Honeywell provides documentation support for the items added to the standard unit by Honeywell. Additional references Dell provides documentation support for the standard items in the electronics unit. Keep fingers away from all moving parts. located on the rear of the foot treadle is the master switch for the station. Do not lift or move the console using the worksurface panel. 133 . The AC circuit breaker switch. Precautionary Notes CAUTION Do not sit on console worksurface area.11 Console Furniture Operation and Service This section covers basic operation and maintenance of the console furniture.

Related topics “Recommended tools” on page 26 “Fold up worksurface” on page 134 11.1 Recommended tools The following tools are recommended: • • Electric drill/screwdriver [highly recommended] Screwdriver or allen wrench drive 11. NOTE: You do not need to disassemble the bracket.1. www.com .1 Folding up the Worksurface Use this procedure to fold up the worksurface area in order to move the console through an opening narrower than the console depth.1. 2 Remove the large screw on the outer portion of each side of the worksurface.11 CONSOLE FURNITURE OPERATION AND SERVICE 11.honeywell.2 Fold up worksurface 134 1 Remove the two large screws that hold the pull cable mounting bracket to the underside of the worksurface.

remove it from the screw and replace in the worksurface 3 Remove the four wood screws that hold the adjuster bracket to the underside of the worksurface. Tip There are four spacers between the mounting bracket and worksurface. Be careful not to lose the spacers.11 CONSOLE FURNITURE OPERATION AND SERVICE Attention If the insert comes out with the two outer screws as shown in the picture. as you will use them during reassembly. 4 Fold up the worksurface to allow passage through the narrow opening. Each spacer is held in place by a screw and will fall out when the screw is removed. 135 .

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1 Lubricate console components The following table lists the console components that may need periodic lubrication. No.2 Servicing Console Furniture Related topics “Lubricate console components” on page 137 11. Check these areas annually and lubricate as needed. Console Area 1 OEP module chassis pop-up latch 2 Pop-up disk module chassis pop-up latches 3 Bayonet fasteners on the pop-up disk module chassis 4 Bayonet fasteners on the manual input module chassis 137 .11 CONSOLE FURNITURE OPERATION AND SERVICE 11.2.

5 Lower left side flange Do not drill anywhere within 2 in.5 cm).08 cm) from the outside of the upper portion of the left strut.08 cm) from the outside of the lower portion of the right left strut.5 inches by 38 inches (77. 6 Lower right side flange Do not drill anywhere within 2 in. 3 Upper right side flange Do not drill anywhere within 2 in. (5.7 cm) of the top of the auxiliary backpanel.honeywell. (7. 7 Bottom flange Do not drill anywhere within 2 in. (6. Drilling in any of the following areas on the backpanel will compromise its structural integrity.08 cm) of the bottom of the auxiliary backpanel.1 Do not drill areas for backside of auxiliary backpanel The overall dimensions of the Icon Auxiliary console backpanel are 30.5 cm by 96. (5. www. (5. There are seven specific areas on the backpanel that must not be modified.3 Customizing Console Backpanels Precautionary notes CAUTION REQUIRED SAFETY SHIELD If any high voltage equipment or uninsulated wires are mounted to the Quad Upper Auxiliary or Auxiliary backpanels.35 cm x 6.com . 2 Upper left side flange Do not drill anywhere within 2 in.35 cm).08 cm) from the outside of the lower portion of the right strut. you must add one of the following safety shields. Safety shield for Quad Auxiliary Console Safety shield for Dual Auxiliary Console Related topics “Do not drill areas for backside of auxiliary backpanel” on page 138 “Do not drill areas for backside of quad upper auxiliary backpanel” on page 139 “Recommendations for attaching devices to auxiliary backpanels” on page 140 “Add safety shield” on page 140 11.5 x 2. # 138 AREA DESCRIPTION 1 Upper valance area Do not drill anywhere within 3 in.5 in. 4 Mending plate Do not drill anywhere on the mending plate: 2.3. (5.11 CONSOLE FURNITURE OPERATION AND SERVICE 11.08 cm) from the outside of the upper portion of the right strut. (5.

4 Bottom flange Do not drill anywhere within 2 in. 2 Left side flange Do not drill anywhere within 2 in.5 cm by 96. (5. (5.11 CONSOLE FURNITURE OPERATION AND SERVICE Figure 25: Auxiliary console backpanel . 139 .7 cm) of the top of the auxiliary backpanel. (7. 5 Lower half of the quad auxiliary backpanel Do not drill anywhere on the lower portion of the quad auxiliary backpanel.5 inches by 38 inches (77. 3 Right side flange Do not drill anywhere within 2 in.DO NOT DRILL AREAS 11.08 cm) from the outside of the right strut.08 cm) from the outside of the left strut.2 Do not drill areas for backside of quad upper auxiliary backpanel The overall dimensions of the quad upper auxiliary backpanel are 30. Drilling in any of the following areas on the quad upper auxiliary backpanel will compromise its structural integrity.5 cm). that is the FPD mounting locations.3. # AREA DESCRIPTION 1 Upper valance area Do not drill anywhere within 3 in.08 cm) of the bottom of the auxiliary backpanel. There are eight specific areas on the quad upper auxiliary backpanel that must not be modified. (5.

Use a minimum amount of the fastener on the device and maximum amount on the console. 4 From the rear of the backpanel.11 CONSOLE FURNITURE OPERATION AND SERVICE Figure 26: Auxiliary console backpanel .3. www. 140 1 Verify that the AC power switch is in the off position.4 Add safety shield Use the following procedure to remove the upper valance access panel in order to add a safety shield. 2 Verify that all cables are secure.honeywell. 3 Verify that no customer installed equipment extends past the profile of the backpanel struts. 11.3 Recommendations for attaching devices to auxiliary backpanels Console backpanels have a non-stick surface. the safety shield will have to be customized. Consequently.DO NOT DRILL AREAS 11. if you wish to attach additional devices to the backpanel using adhesive. NOTE: If equipment does extend beyond the backpanel struts. remove the 3 hex-head screws from the middle of the upper valance.3. This kit contains pre-cut industrial strength Velcro with synthetic rubber adhesive and dual lock fasteners. we recommend the following: • • Use Honeywell's Reclosable Fastener Kit number 51199478-141.com .

141 . 6 Slide the safety shield into the grooves in the backpanel struts.11 CONSOLE FURNITURE OPERATION AND SERVICE 5 Flip up and remove the upper valance access panel.

www. 8 Cover the safety shield using the supplied rear cloth cover.honeywell.11 CONSOLE FURNITURE OPERATION AND SERVICE 142 7 Slide the upper valance access panel back into place and secure it using the 3 hex head screws.com .

4 Mount the task light assembly to the console's complexing wedge.4.11 CONSOLE FURNITURE OPERATION AND SERVICE 11. Description 1 Attach the task light to the supplied faceplate 2 If you ordered two task light installation kits.1 Installing the Task Lights The following table lists the general tasks for installing the Icon task lights. 3 Remove the faceplate from the console's complexing wedge. This section contains step-by-step procedures for performing these tasks. 5 Apply power to the task light. Be sure the switch is in the off position and the bulb is cool before attempting to replace it. The small bulb creates an intense heat and will burn your hand.4. Related topics “Attach task light to the face plate” on page 193 “Attach the task light assembly” on page 197 11. and remove the task light cover.2 Replace the task light bulb Use this procedure to replace the task light bulb. No. attach a second task light to the faceplate.4 Installing and Using Icon Task Lights Related topics “Installing the Task Lights” on page 143 “Replace the task light bulb” on page 143 11. Take special care to wear gloves or use a tissue when handling bulbs. Replacing the task light bulb CAUTION Do not touch the replacement bulb with your bare hands as skin oil may cause the bulb to overheat and burst. 143 . 1 Remove the three screws closest to the bulb end of the task lamp. and you are installing them on the same complexing wedge.

com . www. NOTE: The task light uses a Welch-Allen #998502-3 bulb. 3 Replace the cover on the bulb paying special attention to the orientation of the holes. Pay special attention to the orientation of the cover so you can replace it in the same position.honeywell. 144 2 Press and turn the bulb to remove it from the lamp and replace it with the suggested manufacturer bulb.11 CONSOLE FURNITURE OPERATION AND SERVICE Tip The three holes are NOT separated by 120 degrees.

radio) at maximum volume settings can cause excessive current drain. dual and quad upper auxiliary back panels come standard with two 4 inch speakers. above the comfortable level. but below a harmful level for the operator.g. The amplifier is connected to the sound output on the computer and also accepts monaural sound input through an RCA jack. The Icon system sound is capable of producing very loud outputs. This may interrupt power to other devices such as the pop up drives and the USB hub causing them to stop working briefly.5. Test the system under normal usage to verify this does not occur. Related topics “Special considerations” on page 145 “Icon system amplifier connections” on page 145 11.5. 11. Certain combinations of .5 Installing and Using Icon System Sound All quad.wav files or auxiliary input (e. An amplifier is required and is located on the lower portion of the backpanel. Figure 27: Amplifier on Icon backpanel 145 . Adjust the volume level so that alarms can be heard over outside noise.2 Icon system amplifier connections “Figure 27: Amplifier on Icon backpanel” and “Figure 28: Cable connections for amplifier” show the location of the amplifier and the different connections required for the sound system.1 Special considerations When using the Icon system sound. and may damage your hearing if turned too high.11 CONSOLE FURNITURE OPERATION AND SERVICE 11. pay attention to its power consumption.

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12 Monitor Operation and Service Related topics “Monitor Operation” on page 148 “Configuring Monitor Settings” on page 149 “Troubleshooting Monitors” on page 152 “Adjusting the Monitor” on page 153 “Servicing Monitors” on page 155 147 .

honeywell.1 Monitor Operation The Honeywell Icon Series Console monitors are FPD monitors. References For additional information. The operation and behavior of FPD monitors is different than CRT monitors. .com Available at . .12 MONITOR OPERATION AND SERVICE 12. see the specific user's manual for your monitor: FPD Monitor 148 User's Manual Title NEC MultiSync LCD1850X MultiSync LCD1850X™ User's Manual NEC MultiSync LCD2010X MultiSync LCD2010X™ User's Manual www. .

4 Click Apply. select the Refresh Frequency from the drop down menu. select High Color (16 bit). 2 Highlight AUTO by using the arrow control buttons. 3 Click the Advanced button and select the Monitor tab. 12. 149 .2 Configuring Monitor Settings Related topics “Correct color mismatch” on page 149 “Set display bit rate” on page 149 “Set monitor resolution” on page 149 “Set monitor refresh frequency” on page 149 “Configure adjoining monitor displays” on page 150 “Configure two or three monitors in a quad console” on page 150 12. 3 Under Colors area.12 MONITOR OPERATION AND SERVICE 12. 3 Press PROCEED again to execute the Auto Adjust.3 Set monitor resolution Tip Recommended Resolution: Landscape: 1280 x 1024 @ 60 Hz 1 Select Start > Settings > Control Panel.4 Set monitor refresh frequency 1 Select Start > Settings > Control Panel. 1 Push the PROCEED button to activate Auto Adjust.2. 2 Double-click the Display icon and select the Settings tab. 4 In the Monitor Settings area. 2 Double-click the Display icon and select the Settings tab.2. 12. 12. 4 Click Apply.2. 5 Click OK to apply changes. 2 Double-click the Display icon and select the Settings tab.2 Set display bit rate Tip Recommended Color Setting: High Color (16 bit) 1 Select Start > Settings > Control Panel. 3 Under Screen area.1 Correct color mismatch Tip Perform these steps if there appears to be a color mismatch on adjacent console monitors. drag the slider to the appropriate resolution.2.

Click OK.2. 12.2.12 MONITOR OPERATION AND SERVICE 12. 2 and 4. The lowest and highest monitors are left attached. 3 Identify your primary monitor. 150 1 Verify that the monitors are physically attached to at least the highest and lowest video channels.com . For example: If you are using 3 monitors on a quad video card Attach the monitors to channels 1. Attention If you are using a multiple video display card with Windows 2000 and you are not using all available channels on the card. 4 Right-click on monitor to be disabled (most likely number 3).honeywell. 5 Place the cursor on each monitor to view the monitor coordinates. 6 Verify that the monitors are aligned horizontally and vertically with the adjacent monitors. In the monitor settings.5 Configure adjoining monitor displays 1 Select Start > Settings > Control Panel. disable monitor 3 and leave 1. 2 Double-click the Display icon and select the Settings tab. 2 Select Start > Settings > Control Panel. 2 and 4 attached. www. 5 Select Attached to uncheck the option and disable the monitor. 4 Drag the monitor icons to align them in a dual or quad configuration as they are physically aligned on the console.6 Configure two or three monitors in a quad console Use this procedure if you are not using all four of the available video display connectors on the video display card. 3 Double-click the Display icon and select the Settings tab. you must configure your monitors such that: • • • The monitors are connected to the lowest and highest channels first.

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honeywell. the monitor may become enabled. if you previously disabled a monitor. Move the object so it displays on a fully operational portion of the screen. signal cable is used. The following table lists known monitor performance deviations and solutions. A dot is considered defective if more than 1/3 of its area does not display properly. Display pattern is not stable. No more than one of the defective dots should occur in any one 5 x 5 pixel area. If necessary. When you change the settings on any of the enabled monitors. . Table 10: Potential monitor abnormalities Abnormality May occur . Make all necessary settings before disabling one of the monitors.12 MONITOR OPERATION AND SERVICE 12.When the short digital video up. During start up when booted in safe mode. Color inaccuracies during warm. defective. Use the Image Adjust Control to access the Fine adjustment. When adjacent monitors have not been adjusted. Industry standards specify that an FPD may have up to 15 defective dots.3 Troubleshooting Monitors Under certain circumstances your monitor may appear to not be operating correctly. Resolution In Windows 2000. When the 100-foot remote analog video signal cable is used. See the note below for details on defective dots and pixels. Display text is off screen during boot (Safe mode video). FPD Specification Notes: • • • • 152 www. All display objects should be at least 5 x 5 pixels.com Each monitor pixel contains 3 dots (red + blue +green). . Adjoining displays may show a color mismatch. Let the monitor completely warm-up. Verify that the Horizontal Synchronous Adjustment cable is used and connected properly. go back and disable the monitor again. and then cancel those settings. Small portion of a picture or text If a dot or pixel on the monitor is does not display properly. Display objects are shadowed or blurred on the right side. See the ' “Correct color mismatch” on page 149' procedure in this section. . When the remote analog video signal cable is used. Let the monitor boot up completely in order to view the text.

Control Button Main Menu Sub-Menu EXIT Exits the OSM controls. CONTROL Moves the highlighted area right/left to Moves the bar left/right to increase or select control menus. Access the on-screen menu using the control buttons on the front of the monitor. mute and change DVI/D-SUB signal input. / ). select one of the controls.1 Use the On-Screen Manager The following table provides basic information about the On-Screen Manager. press the EXIT button. press the PROCEED button. NOTE: OSM must be closed in order to rotate. decrease the adjustment. press the RESET button. 153 . CONTROL Moves the highlighted area up/down to Moves the highlighted area up/down to select one of the controls.4. press any of the control buttons ( . .4 Adjusting the Monitor The monitor screen adjustments are all controlled using an on-screen menu. Related topics “Use the On-Screen Manager” on page 153 12. ). To rotate OSM between Landscape and Portrait modes. See the user manual for more details on the controls adjustments for your monitor. / ).12 MONITOR OPERATION AND SERVICE 12. To mute sound function. . To change DVI/D-SUB signal input. To access OSM menu. Exits to the OSM main menu.

honeywell. In Tools and Information Mode.com Has no function Activates Auto Adjust feature. Resets the highlighted control menu to the factory setting. opens additional window.12 MONITOR OPERATION AND SERVICE PROCEED RESET 154 www. Push PROCEED to activate Auto Adjust. . Resets the highlighted control to the factory setting.

Avoid using any cleaning solution or glass cleaner.5 Servicing Monitors Related topics “Clean the monitor” on page 155 “Replace the monitor” on page 155 12.12 MONITOR OPERATION AND SERVICE 12.1 Clean the monitor Attention Clean the FPD surface with a lint-free. non-abrasive cloth.2 Replace the monitor The procedures for replacing the monitor are the same as those for adding the monitor in the initial installation and assembly of the console. 12. See Section “Monitor Installation” on page 67.5.5. 155 . ' “Monitor Installation” on page 67' for the procedures.

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Infrared Touch Screen Only” on page 158 “Operating Touchscreens” on page 159 “Servicing Touchscreens” on page 160 157 . The touch screen mounts behind the front bezel and uses an infrared LED / photo diode array to detect touch on the screen as the breaking of infrared light beams. The touch screen is compatible with Windows 2000 based applications. Related topics “Specification Summary . .13 Touchscreen Operation and Service The flat panel display monitor is optionally available with an infrared array touch screen module with a USB interface.

Exit Point. CE compliant Operating Environment Temperature 0° C to 50° C (32° F to 122° F) Humidity 0% to 95% non-condensing Storage Environment 158 Temperature -20° C to 75° C (-4° F to 167° F) Humidity 0% to 95% non-condensing www. Add Exit Point (Modifier) Frame Scan Rate 25 scans/second Reporting Modes Coordinate. FCC CLASS A. 2 m long Certifications EN60950. Hence. you are recommended to refer the applicable Specification and Technical data documents.13 TOUCHSCREEN OPERATION AND SERVICE 13. CSA C22.1. CISPR CLASS A. UL-1950.honeywell. Continuous.Infrared Touch Screen Only Attention The Specification and Technical information is subject to change without notice and is superseded by information in applicable Experion product Specification and Technical data documents.com . scan Electrical Specifications Power Requirements Not to exceed available power from USB power or from the monitor internal power supply. Operating parameters Touch Resolution 1/8" enhanced resolution Frame Size X-axis 64-optopairs. for each Experion release. Y-axis 48-optopairs Operating Modes Enter Point. 950.1 Specification Summary . USB 1. Tracking. Communications Connector B type.2 NO.

2 Double-click the ELO icon. select the General tab.1 Calibrate the touchscreen When a touchscreen is added to your system. you will need to calibrate the cursor movement.2.2 Operating Touchscreens Related topics “Calibrate the touchscreen” on page 159 13. Perform the steps in this procedure to calibrate the touchscreen. 159 .13 TOUCHSCREEN OPERATION AND SERVICE 13. 1 Select Start > Settings > Control Panel. 3 From the ELO dialog. 4 Double-click the display icon and follow the screen prompts to calibrate the touchscreen.

Do not use commercial cleaning fluids 2 Ensure that the surface of the touchscreen window is dry by wiping all four sides with a soft.3 Servicing Touchscreens Related topics “Clean the touchscreen window” on page 160 13.com .3. www.honeywell.13 TOUCHSCREEN OPERATION AND SERVICE 13.1 Clean the touchscreen window 160 1 Gently wipe the four inside edges of the touchscreen window with a soft cloth slightly damped with water. dry cloth.

14 Pop-up Disk Operation Related topics “Operating Zip Drives” on page 162 “Operating CD/RWs” on page 163 “Servicing Pop-up Disk Drives” on page 165 161 .

com . Unload Press the unload button—the LED will flash until the drive has unloaded.14 POP-UP DISK OPERATION 14.honeywell. Remove the cartridge by pulling the cartridge out of the drive. Access The LED will light when the cartridge is electronically accessed. www.1 Operating Zip Drives Table 11: Zip Drive Operation Function 162 Operation Load Insert the cartridge in the drive—the LED will flash until the drive has spun up to speed.

Push the button—the loader tray will extend. 8 Click Finish. 7 Click Install. 1 Insert the Roxio CD Recording Software CD-ROM. Remove the disc from the tray. 2. 3.0_S10 into the CD/RW drive. Push the loader tray into the drive. Easy CD Creator 5. 2. 4 Choose the appropriate setup language and click OK. Unload 1. 14. and click Next.1 Installing Roxio CD Recording Software Perform the steps in the following procedure to install the ROXIO CD Recording software and insure the CD/RW drivers are installed and running. navigate to the CD-ROM and double-click setup.2. Push the loader tray into the drive. 3 Using Windows NT Explorer (Windows NT 4. 5 Click Next. 9 When prompted with 'Do you want to restart your computer?'.0) or Windows Explorer (Windows 2000).14 POP-UP DISK OPERATION 14. Errors Refer to the Teac manual. Insert the disc into the tray. 163 . click No. 3. 10 Shut down the computer and cycle power. 2 Click Yes when the following window displays: Attention Clicking Yes will not start the ROXIO software installation because the CD/RW Drivers are not yet installed and running. 6 Select Complete installation. Push the button—the loader tray will extend. Tip Cycling power on the machine and the CD/RW device insures the CD/RW drivers are loaded properly.2 Operating CD/RWs Table 12: CD/RW Operation Function Operation Load 1.exe.

0. To avoid all potential disk read/write problems. Using different operating systems 1 Format a disc on a TEAC CD/RW device operating in Windows NT 4.2 Using the Roxio recording software Attention Using Roxio CD Recording Software: The CD Recording software included in this package will work on systems on which Windows 2000-Professional has been fully installed. .honeywell. 2 Attempt to read data from a different type of CD-ROM device operating in Windows 2000 Professional . 2 Write data to the disk. 3 Attempt to read data from another TEAC CD/RW device. . The following operating systems are not officially supported and Roxio technical support will not be available when used on these systems: • • Windows 2000 Server Windows NT 4. 164 1 Format the disc on a TEAC CD/RW device operating in Windows 2000 Professional. this. .14 POP-UP DISK OPERATION 14.it may not read all directories and files.2. 3 Read data from a TEAC CD/RW device also operating in Windows 2000 Professional. 14.3 Potential problems reading and copying files from the TEAC CD/RW You may encounter problems reading and writing files to a compact disc in certain situations. 2 Write data to the disc using the Roxio CD recording software operating in Windows 2000 Professional. most users do not encounter problems when using the Roxio CD Recording Software on these operating systems. it may not read all directories and files .2. Using different CD-ROM devices 1 Format a disc on a TEAC CD/RW device operating in Windows 2000 Professional. For further Direct CD software information. do this . The following table details these situations and provides a solution. www. visit the Roxio web site at If you do.com .0 Server However.

1 Release the CD/RW drive pop-up disk module by pulling on the release lever located under the module. Attention CD/RW drive connectors Do not use excessive force while attaching the cable to the interface connector. 6 Secure the CD/RW drive to the module using four 3x5mm screws. remove the four screws that secure the CD/RW drive to the module. 2 Remove the pop-up disk module by inserting a flat-head screwdriver between the module and the console chassis and gently prying it loose.3.14 POP-UP DISK OPERATION 14. 9 Attach the IDE to USB converter cable to the interface ribbon cable. 8 Connect one end of the interface ribbon cable to the interface connector on the rear panel of the CD/RW drive.it is shaped so that it can be easily inserted in only one orientation. set the CD/RW drive to master mode by placing the jumper on the master set of jumper pins. if you are replacing the CD/RW drive in the module. DO NOT FORCE the power plug into the power connector . 165 .3 Servicing Pop-up Disk Drives Related topics “Replace CD/RW drive in pop-up disk module” on page 165 “Replace Zip drive in pop-up disk module” on page 166 14. Drives can also be replaced by swapping out the entire module with a new module that already has the CD/RW drive mounted. 10 Insert the power cable plug in the correct orientation into the power connector on the rear panel of the CD/RW drive. skip to Step 7. 5 Place the new CD/RW drive in the pop-up disk module. 4 If you are replacing the entire module. Otherwise. 7 If necessary.1 Replace CD/RW drive in pop-up disk module Use this procedure to replace the CD/RW drive in the pop-up disk module. 3 Disconnect the IDE ribbon interface cable and power cable from the disk panel.

13 Align the module fasteners with the fastener sockets and push down gently to lock the module in place. 14.14 POP-UP DISK OPERATION 11 Place the pop-up disk module in the console's pop-up disk module bay. skip to Step 7. routing both the USB to IDE adapter cable and power cable through the opening at the top of the console leg back to the lower valance on the backpanel. routing both the USB to SCSI adapter cable and power cable through the opening at the top of the console leg back to the lower valance on the backpanel. 8 Attach the SCSI end of the USB to SCSI converter cable to the SCSI placement PWA. 9 Connect the power cable converter to the Zip drive's power connector on the rear panel of the Zip drive. remove the four screws that secure the Zip drive to the module. if you are replacing the Zip drive in the module. 12 Continue routing the cables through the opening in the cable tunnel assembly to the lower valance on the rear console backpanel. 3 Disconnect the SCSI ribbon interface cable and power cable from the disk panel.com . 6 Secure the Zip drive to the module using four 3x5mm screws.2 Replace Zip drive in pop-up disk module Use this procedure to replace the Zip drive in the pop-up disk module. 5 Place the new Zip drive in the pop-up disk module. 10 Place the pop-up disk module in the console's pop-up disk module bay. 166 www. 2 Remove the pop-up disk module by inserting a flat-head screwdriver between the module and the console chassis and gently prying it loose. 7 Attach the SCSI placement PWA to the Zip drive's SCSI board verifying Pin 1 on the PWA board is connected to Pin 1 on the Zip drive board. Zip drives can also be replaced by swapping out the entire module with a new module that already has the Zip drive mounted. 4 If you are replacing the entire module. 1 Release the Zip drive pop-up disk module by pulling on the release lever located under the module. 11 Continue routing the cable through the opening in the cable tunnel assembly to the lower valance on the rear console backpanel. Otherwise.honeywell.3.

167 .14 POP-UP DISK OPERATION 12 Align the module fasteners with the fastener sockets and push down gently to lock the module in place.

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Table 13: Devices for Manual Input Modules Module Type Device 0 Blank Module 1 Trackball only 2 Keypad only Picture 169 . The following table shows the available manual input devices.15 Manual Input Module Operation and Service The optional MIMs provide some of the most commonly used devices and keys in the console.

com Picture .honeywell.15 MANUAL INPUT MODULE OPERATION AND SERVICE 170 Module Type Device 3 Thumbwheels only 4 Trackball and Keypad 5 Keypad and Thumbwheels www.

1 Hot swapping Manual input modules may be hot-swapped. 15.15 MANUAL INPUT MODULE OPERATION AND SERVICE 15. If the MIM does not seem to be operating correctly.2 Guidelines for hot-swapping MIMs You may hot swap MIM devices from one side of the console to the other without powering down the system. the operating system will recognize the MIM and load the appropriate driver. • • Do not hot-swap MIMs rapidly . 171 . that it may take several seconds for the operating system to recognize the MIM and load the appropriate driver.allow enough time (a few seconds) for the operating system to remove or install the drivers. remove and re-install the MIM following the above guidelines. Remove and install MIMs sequentially Swapping MIMs rapidly may lead to a MIM being unidentified or not properly initialized. That is. Be aware.1.1. it is not necessary to re-boot the system in order to change the modules. Follow these general guidelines when hot-swapping MIM devices. however. Change functionality at either of the two MIM sockets in the console. The 'hot swap' capability allows operators to: • • • Swap trackball or thumbwheels from right-handed to left-handed operation. Have the same functionality available for left-handed or right-handed operation. When installed.1 Swapping MIMs Related topics “Hot swapping” on page 171 “Guidelines for hot-swapping MIMs” on page 171 15.

172 www.2. if you change the mouse's button configuration from right-handed to left-handed.15 MANUAL INPUT MODULE OPERATION AND SERVICE 15. the trackball WILL be affected. The trackball senses which side of the console it is installed in and sets the button functions appropriately.com . 15. the mouse setting should remain right-handed.2 Operating Trackballs The trackball functions as a normal pointing device and may be used simultaneously with the system mouse or another trackball in the other manual input module.honeywell. However. Therefore.1 Basic trackball operation Button Function Left MIM Socket Right MIM Socket Click / Select Inner (or right) button Inner (or left) button Context Menu / Alternate Select Outer (or left) button Outer (or right) button Enter Function Top/Front button Top/Front button Tip The automatic switching of the trackball's button functions does not effect the mouse's button configuration.

SP Setpoint key—Permits changes to be made to setpoint values for a point. 15. and it is not sensitive to which side of the console it is installed into. It may also be used with the engineer's QWERTY keyboard.1 Basic keypad operation The following table describes the functions of the five gray operator control keys when used within a Native Window. It may be used simultaneously with a second keypad in the other MIM socket. the output (OP) value is calculated by a preconfigured algorithm using an operatorentered setpoint (SP). or by the Raise/Lower keys. Pressing the Setpoint key allows changes of setpoint values to be entered either by the numeric keys. In automatic mode. NORM Normal mode key—Places the selected point in its NORMally configured mode. that is.15 MANUAL INPUT MODULE OPERATION AND SERVICE 15. provided you observe the exceptions listed in table Keypad Usage Exceptions in section “Exceptions to use of Keypad with GUS software” on page 174. AUTO Automatic mode key—Places a selected point in automatic mode if configured for that mode.3. 173 . See also “Exceptions to use of Keypad with GUS software” on page 174. the output is under direct control of the operator. KEY FUNCTION MAN Manual mode key—Places a selected point in manual mode.3 Operating Keypads The keypad functions as a keyboard with the addition of the operator entry keys.

The other keys of the keypad are available for usage in all applications . This affects any keys subsequently pressed on the engineer's QWERTY keyboard and on a keypad in the other MIM socket. the Output value can be changed by a keyboard entry or by the Raise/ Lower keys. while viewing a Detail Display). Gray Keys If pressed outside the GUS software.honeywell.15 MANUAL INPUT MODULE OPERATION AND SERVICE KEY OUT FUNCTION Output key—Permits changes of Analog or Digital Output values. the gray keys still send codes to the application.com . When focus is not on a GUS application window the gray keys have no specific function. These functions duplicate those available on the OEP and the engineer's QWERTY keyboard. It is recommended that the operator not press these gray keys while not focused on GUS software CLR Key When used in a GUS Picture .3. press the NUMLOCK key on the engineer's QWERTY keyboard.2 Exceptions to use of Keypad with GUS software The keypad functions as a keyboard with the following exceptions: Table 14: Keypad Usage Exceptions Key Operation Typing any key on the keypad will cause the 'NUMLOCK' state to be turned on. 15. After the key is pressed (for example.they send codes identical to the corresponding keys on the engineer's 'QWERTY' keyboard. The effect of the codes is undetermined and cannot be predicted.functions as an asterisk (*) and places an asterisk in the TIP of the GUS Picture Using the CLR key in the Native Window is the same as the Clear Entry key from the OEP keyboard. 174 Result www. These have explicit functions only when used with GUS software. To turn off the NUMLOCK state.

These codes have explicit functions when used with GUS software.one for fast change and one for slow change. It is recommended that the operator should not press these gray keys while not focused on GUS software 175 . are only functional within Honeywell applications.4. When rotated into each detent position. Thumbwheel Function Left MIM Socket Right MIM Socket Adjusts values slowly Outer (or right) thumbwheel Inner (or left) thumbwheel Adjusts values quickly Inner (or left) thumbwheel Outer (or right) thumbwheel 15.1 Basic thumbwheel operation The thumbwheels.2 Exceptions to Use of Thumbwheels with GUS software The Thumbwheel MIM sends codes through a different channel from the keypad and engineer's QWERTY keyboard.4. the thumbwheel sends a code indicating direction and whether the inner or outer thumbwheel of the pair was rotated. The thumbwheels are sensitive to which side of the console they are installed into. which are used for raising and lowering values. 15. namely the fast and slow raise and lower functions.15 MANUAL INPUT MODULE OPERATION AND SERVICE 15. Thumbwheel Operation When focus is not on a GUS application window the thumbwheels have no specific function.4 Operating Thumbwheels The thumbwheels have 20 detent positions per rotation of the wheel. The effect of the codes is undetermined and cannot be predicted. Result If used outside the GUS software. the thumbwheels still send codes to the application. There are two thumbwheels in each thumbwheel MIM .

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1. use the QWERTY keyboard. When the TAB keys on the OEP are used outside of the Honeywell applications.honeywell. It provides access to the following functionality (in ascending order of functionality): • • • Supervisor Engineer Operator See the Process Operations Manual and the Keyboards manual for more detailed descriptions of this functionality. The access level for the OEP is controlled by a keyswitch located on the front of the OEP chassis.1. www. and is only accessible when the pop-up OEP module is in the released position. Use the QWERTY keyboard or MIM keypad to log in to Windows. If you are outside a Honeywell application.com . and the tab function is necessary. they behave as cursor keys. POWER GOOD indicator is lit if the keyboard is properly powered.2 Basic operation 178 1 Remove the OEP from the pop-up OEP module 2 Release the pop-up OEP module by pulling on the release lever located directly under the module. Function RESET Description Resets the keyboard controller board.16 OEP AND IKB OPERATION AND SERVICE 16. as well as the operator function keys. FAIL indicator is lit if there is a hardware failure in the keyboard. The Operator Entry Panel is used for inputting information to the system.1 OEP indicators The operator control panel contains the RESET switch and power Good/Fail LEDs. 16. 16.1 Operating OEPs The OEP cannot be used at the Windows Logon screen.

Place the OEP back in the pop-up OEP module 6 Push the OEP feet back in. The cables on the back side of the chassis can be damaged if the OEP is removed quickly. 5 Pull out the OEP feet located on the underside of the OEP.16 OEP AND IKB OPERATION AND SERVICE 3 Remove the Access Level key from the key slot. Tip Use caution when removing the OEP. 7 Place the bottom tabs of the OEP tabs into the slots located in the recessed area of the pop-up OEP module 179 . 4 Gently push up on the underside of the OEP and remove it from the pop-up OEP module recessed area.

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17 Operation and Service for Other Devices Related topics “Annunciator Relay Contact Box” on page 182 181 .

0 V DC Turn-on Voltage -3.1.02 to 3. for each Experion release.0 A Current Range Surge Current (1 second) 17.17 OPERATION AND SERVICE FOR OTHER DEVICES 17. The operator keyboard board causes the activation of the relays through the OEP keyboard. Table 15: Annunciator Relay Specifications Parameter Specification Input 3.com .0 V DC Turn-off Voltage Output 10 to 60 V DC Voltage Range 0.honeywell.1 Specifications Attention The Specification and Technical information is subject to change without notice and is superseded by information in applicable Experion product Specification and Technical data documents. 17.2 Annunciator relay contacts Figure 29: Annunciator relay contact box 182 www.0 to 1.0 to 6. you are recommended to refer the applicable Specification and Technical data documents.1.1 Annunciator Relay Contact Box The annunciator relay contact box has three relays that are activated when alarm conditions (that have been defined) are detected by one of the alarm parameters. Hence.

18 Appendix Related topics “Installing Local Electronics Enclosure” on page 184 “Installing Honeywell Icon Console Task Lights” on page 190 “Installing the Task Lights” on page 143 “Servicing the Task Lights” on page 205 183 .

allowing you to add the local electronics module. An electronic enclosure can be added to these consoles.1 Installing Local Electronics Enclosure Some Honeywell Icon Series Consoles originally intended for use with the Remote Electronics option do not have an electronic enclosure installed in the base unit.1.3 Install electronic enclosure Use the following procedure to remove the console modesty panel and install the electronic enclosure.honeywell. www.18 APPENDIX 18.1 Electronic Enclosure 18. 18. 1 184 Remove the eight hex screws from the rear of the modesty panel.1. 18.1. Position the console so that you have access to the rear of the console and enough room to mount the enclosure. and remove the modesty panel.com .2 Before you begin • • Verify that there is no power applied to the console.

2 Put a cloth over the console base to prevent scratches to. 185 . position the electronic enclosure on top of the console feet.18 APPENDIX Tip You will be using four of these holes to mount the electronic enclosure to the console base and the other four to attach the front panel of the electronic enclosure. 3 From the rear of the console.

www.18 APPENDIX 4 186 Lift the enclosure's mounting flange all the way up and align the two holes on the side of the flange with the two pin nuts on the inside of the console leg.com .honeywell. Repeat on other side.

7 Tighten all four enclosure mounting bolts. Repeat on other side. 6 Insert a bolt through the center enclosure mounting hole and tighten. Repeat on other side.18 APPENDIX 5 Attach the enclosure flange to the console base by inserting the bolt in the upper inside enclosure mounting hole. 187 .

com . Repeat on other side. From the rear of the console.18 APPENDIX 8 From the front of the console. 10 Insert a bolt through the upper outside enclosure front panel mounting hole.honeywell. lift the enclosure cover and align the enclosure cover holes with the remaining four holes in the console legs. 12 Position the console latch striker plate directly under the center set of ventilation slots in the lower valance. place the enclosure cover in an upright position against the console legs. 9 Attach the enclosure front panel by inserting the bolt in the lower enclosure front panel mounting hole. 188 www. Repeat on other side. 11 Tighten all four enclosure front panel mounting bolts.

18 APPENDIX 13 Align the holes in the striker plate with the middle two slots and attach the striker plate to the lower valence using the four hex head bolts. 189 .

Figure 30: Mounted Icon Console Task Light 18. 190 www. The task light parts are packaged in a separate model number than the power supply parts.2 Installing Honeywell Icon Console Task Lights The Honeywell Icon Console task light is an industrial strength lamp that can be mounted to the console's existing complexing wedge.com Quantity 1 type 1 .honeywell.2. The task lamp can be adjusted in several different ways allowing the operator to focus light on a specific area of the worksurface. Model Number Replacement Part Number Description MP-ICTLDL 51199910-100 Icon Console Task Light Installation Kit for Dual Backpanel MP-ICTLQD 51199911-100 Icon Console Task Light Installation Kit for Quad Backpanel MP-ICTLPS 51199912 Icon Console Task Light Power Supply Kit Task light installation kit The following table lists the parts for the dual and quad Icon Console task light installation kits.1 Task light kit components Model numbers The following table lists the model numbers for the task light installation kit options and the power supply kit.1" curved configuration consoles. The task light is available only for 18.18 APPENDIX 18.

Table 17: Task Light Power Supply Kit Components Part Number Description Quantity 51197184-400 AC power adapter (12 volts DC) 1 51305815-100 Task light adapter cable 1 51305450-100 AC power cord 1 51199478-100 Reclosable fastener 1 191 .18 APPENDIX Table 16: Task Light Installation Kit Components Part Number Description Quantity 51305809-100 Task light 1 51199485-400 Complexing wedge face plate for quad console 1 type 51199485-200 Complexing wedge face plate for dual console 51200506-110 Rubber grommet 1 51108385-512 Phillips head screw 2 51108389-003 Hex lock nut 2 51190879-001 Tie wrap 1 Figure 31: Icon Console Task Light Installation Kit Task light power supply kit The following table lists the parts for the Icon Console task light power supply kit.

honeywell.38 mm) Allen head screw driver www.18 APPENDIX Figure 32: Icon Console Task Light Power Supply Kit Tools you will need To perform the procedures in this installation kit. you will need the following tools: • • • 192 #2 Phillips head screw driver Hex head screw driver 3/32" (2.com .

This section contains step-by-step procedures for performing these tasks. NOTE: The task light can be mounted in the top or bottom hole. 1 Remove the cover from the top or bottom task light mounting hole on the faceplate. 18. and you are installing them on the same complexing wedge.1 Attach task light to the face plate Use the following procedure to install one or two task lights to the faceplate. 2 Insert the rubber grommet into the medium size hole.3 Installing the Task Lights The following table lists the general tasks for installing the Icon task lights.18 APPENDIX 18. 193 . 5 Apply power to the task light. 4 Mount the task light assembly to the console's complexing wedge. attach a second task light to the faceplate. 3 Remove the faceplate from the console's complexing wedge. No. Description 1 Attach the task light to the supplied faceplate 2 If you ordered two task light installation kits.3.

com . and align the mounting pedestal so its two holes align with the holes in the faceplate. www.18 APPENDIX 3 194 Insert the task light into the large hole in the faceplate.honeywell. NOTE: Be sure to install the light so the faceplate mounting hole countersinks are on the same side as the light.

18 APPENDIX 4 Attach the task light to the faceplate using the two supplied Phillips head screws and hex nuts. 195 . NOTE: Position the hex head locknuts with the flat side against the faceplate.

6 Draw the wire thru the hole until the coil is flush to the faceplate.com . www.18 APPENDIX 196 5 Insert the task light wires through the small hole in the grommet directly above the mounting hole and pull the wires through.honeywell. Attach the tie wrap to the backside of the task light wire to prevent it from slipping back through the hole.

Discard the faceplate. 18.2 Attach the task light assembly Use this procedure to attach the task light assembly to the complexing wedge. Attaching the task light assembly to the complexing wedge 1 Remove the eight screws and faceplate from the front of the complexing wedge.3.18 APPENDIX 7 If you ordered two task light installation kits and you are installing the lights on the same complexing wedge. NOTE: The second faceplate will not be used. repeat steps 1-6 using the second set of holes in the faceplate. 197 . NOTE: Save screws for Step 4.

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Connect the task light adapter cable to the wires on the task light.
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honeywell. Continue routing the cord up through the cable access hole and into the lower valance.com .18 APPENDIX 7 Route the AC power adapter cord: • • • 202 Remove the console base treadle and swing the leg cover open on the same side the task lights are being installed. From the front of the console route the AC power adapter cord up the leg and through the access hole. www.

9 Connect the AC power cord to the AC power adapter and mount the AC power adapter in the console base using the reclosable fasteners. 203 . if necessary. attach the small squares to the adapter and the large piece to the console base. NOTE: When using reclosable fasteners.18 APPENDIX 8 Connect the task light adapter cable to the AC power adapter cord and dress the cables.

honeywell. www.com . Make other adjustments as needed: • • 204 Pull or push gently on the lamp to telescope it out from the faceplate.18 APPENDIX 10 Turn the power on or off using the push button located on the back of each light. Rotate the lamp to adjust its position.

Replacing the task light bulb CAUTION Do not touch the replacement bulb with your bare hands as skin oil may cause the bulb to overheat and burst. 2 Press and turn the bulb to remove it from the lamp and replace it with the suggested manufacturer bulb. NOTE: The task light uses a Welch-Allen #998502-3 bulb. Tip The three holes are NOT separated by 120 degrees.1 Replace the task light bulb Use this procedure to replace the task light bulb. Take special care to wear gloves or use a tissue when handling bulbs.18 APPENDIX 18. 1 Remove the three screws closest to the bulb end of the task lamp. Pay special attention to the orientation of the cover so you can replace it in the same position.4. and remove the task light cover. The small bulb creates an intense heat and will burn your hand. Be sure the switch is in the off position and the bulb is cool before attempting to replace it. 205 .4 Servicing the Task Lights Related topics “Replace the task light bulb” on page 143 18.

www.honeywell.18 APPENDIX 3 206 Replace the cover on the bulb paying special attention to the orientation of the holes.com .

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