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Installation Guide

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ProCash 2000xe ProCash 2000xe USB

Installation Guide

Edition January 2009

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Contents

Introduction

1

Symbols used in this guide

2

Important safety precautions

3

Installation notes

3

General safety precautions

3

Planning the Installation

7

Device dimensions

7

ProCash 2000xe / 2000xe USB with 4-cassette dispenser

8

Frontload device with standard lock

8

Frontload device with customer-specific lock

9

Frontload device with standard lock and barcode reader

10

Frontload device with customer-specific lock and barcode reader

11

Rearload device without barcode reader

12

Rearload device with barcode reader

13

ProCash 2000xe / 2000xe USB with 5-cassette dispenser

14

Rearload device without barcode reader

14

Rearload device with barcode reader

15

Installation options for the device versions

16

Installation without frame (free-standing)

17

Installation with frame for complete integration

18

View with frame for complete integration

18

Wall opening for installation with frame for complete integration

19

Installation with window frame

20

View with window frame

20

Wall opening for installation with window frame

22

Installation with frame for partial integration with light

24

View of device with frame partial integration and light box

24

Wall opening for installing the device with a frame for partial integration with light box

25

Installation with frame for partial integration without light box

26

View of device with frame for partial integration without light box

26

Contents

Wall opening for installing the device with a frame for partial integration without light box

27

Vents

28

Storage if construction work is not yet complete

28

Space required for operation and maintenance

29

Device with standard lock

29

Device with customer-specific lock

32

Installation site requirements

35

Load-carrying capacity

35

Protection from removal by force in compliance with EN and VdS guidelines

36

Installation frame

37

General

37

Securing the installation frame

37

Dimensions of safe attachment points

38

Dimensions of cable areas

39

Tear-off sensor

40

Drilling diagrams

41

Drilling diagram (frontload)

42

Drilling diagram (rearload)

43

Power and data cables

44

General information

44

Power supply

46

Remote status indicator

46

Camera connection

47

Dimensions of the frame logo

47

Transport path requirements

48

Installation

53

Removing the packaging

53

Removing the shipping crate

54

General

54

Removing the shipping crate

55

Mounting sets

56

Mounting set for standard frame 01750006706

56

Mounting set 01750051579 for CEN frame

57

Mounting set 01750078516 (for UL/CEN L safe) on installation frame

57

Mounting set 01750051578 (for CEN III/CEN IV safe) on installation frame

57

Contents

Overview of installation types

58

Installation without frame

59

Installing the installation frame

59

Mounting the device on the installation frame

64

Lifting the cash media dispenser (CMD-V4) up

64

Screwing the device on the installation frame

65

Pushing the cash media dispenser (CMD-V4) down

66

Installing the power and data cables in the device

67

Further procedure for CEN installation

68

General

68

Installation with frame for complete integration

69

Mounting the installation frame

69

Mounting the device on the installation frame

74

Lifting the cash media dispenser (CMD-V4) up

75

Screwing the device on the installation frame

76

Pushing the cash media dispenser (CMD-V4) down

76

Installing the power and data cables in the device

77

Further procedure for CEN installation

78

General

78

Installing frame for complete integration in wall

79

View of the frame (completely assembled)

79

Pre-assembling the frame

80

Mounting the frame

82

Connecting the light

85

Adjusting the cover

86

Installation with window frame

88

Mounting the installation frame

88

Mounting the device on the installation frame

94

Lifting the cash media dispenser (CMD-V4) up

95

Screwing the device on the installation frame

96

Pushing the cash media dispenser (CMD-V4) down

96

Installing the power and data cables in the device

97

Further procedure for CEN installation

98

General

98

Installing the window frame

99

View of the frame for up to 50 mm (1.97") thick walls (completely assembled)

99

View of the frame for up to 160 mm (6.3") thick walls (completely assembled) Pre-assembling the frame for up to 50 mm (1.97") and

100

Contents

160

mm (6.30") thick walls

101

Mounting the frame Connecting the light on frames for up to 50 mm (1.97") and

102

160

mm (6.30") thick walls

105

Adjusting the cover for frames for up to 50 mm (1.97") and

160

mm (6.30") thick walls

106

Installation with frame for partial integration with light box

108

Installing the installation frame

108

Mounting the device on the installation frame

113

Lifting the cash media dispenser (CMD-V4) up

114

Screwing the device on the installation frame

115

Pushing the cash media dispenser (CMD-V4) down

115

Installing the power and data cables in the device

116

Further procedure for CEN installation

117

General

117

Installing the frame for partial integration with light box

118

View of the frame (completely assembled)

118

Pre-assembling the frame

119

Mounting the frame

121

Connecting the light

124

Adjusting the cover

125

Installation with frame for partial integration without light box

128

Mounting the installation frame

128

Mounting the device on the installation frame

133

Lifting the cash media dispenser (CMD-V4) up

134

Screwing the device on the installation frame

135

Pushing the cash media dispenser (CMD-V4) down

135

Installing the power and data cables in the device

136

Further procedure for CEN installation

137

General

137

Installing the frame for partial integration without light

138

View of the frame (completely assembled)

138

Pre-assembling the frame

139

Mounting the frame

142

Start-up

144

Installing the Remote Status Indicator

145

Remote status indicator - standard

145

Delivery package

145

Installation

146

Contents

Connection to the relay panel for external features

147

Remote status indicator - audio

149

Delivery package

149

Installation

150

Connection to the relay panel for external features

152

Shortening the cables

154

Adapting the cable length at the relay panel end

154

Adapting the cable length at the standard remote status indicator end

154

Adapting the cable length at the remote status indicator (audio)

157

Appendix

161

Check list for installation preparations for self-service systems

161

General information

162

Preparations

162

Construction work

162

Power and data cables

163

Organizational preparations

163

Delivery and installation

164

Flooring materials on the path of transport

164

Notes concerning installation preparation

165

Technical data

167

General installation conditions

167

Electrical characteristics of the supply network

167

Device conditions

168

Installation specifications

169

Environmental conditions

171

Compliance with standards and certifications

173

Standards met

173

Conformity

173

Notes concerning radio interference suppression and electrical safety

173

FCC Rules and Canadian Standard ICES - 003

174

UL 291

174

Certification for data transmission

174

Environmental protection

175

Environmentally and recycling-friendly product development

175

Saving energy

175

Disposing of used consumables

175

Labels on plastic case parts

175

Contents

Returning, recycling and disposing of used units and consumables

176

Abbreviations

B

BNC

Bayonet Nut Connector

C

CE

Communauté Européenne (European Community) Declaration of Conformity

CEE

Certification of Electrical Equipment

CEN

Comité Européen de Normalisation (European Committee for Standardization)

CFR

Code of Federal Regulation

CIM

Card Identification Module (security module)

CMD-V4

Cash Media

Dispenser Version 4

CSA

Canadian Standards Association

D

DT

Data Transmission

E

EC

European Community

EDM

Encryption / Decryption Module

EEC

European Economic Community

EMA

Intruder alarm system

EMC

Electromagnetic

Compatibility

EN

European standard

EPP

Encrypted PIN Pad

F

FCC

Federal Communications Commission

G

GmbH Limited liability company

I

ICES

Interference Causing Equipment Standards

IEC

International

Electrotechnical

Commission

IP

International Protection

ISO

International

Organization for

Standardization

L

L N PE Line Neutral Protective Earth

Abbreviations

M

MM

Modular Marker of ID card (evaluation by means of security modules like MM box or CIM 86)

R

RSI

Remote Status Indicator

S

SELV

Safety Extra-Low

Voltage

T

TN network

Power supply

network in accordance with EN 60950

U

UL

Underwriters

Laboratories Inc.

UPS

Uninterruptible Power Supply

USB

Universal Serial Bus

V

VdS

Association of Property Insurance Companies

Introduction

This installation guide gives you all the information you need to plan the installation of and to install the ProCash 2000xe or the ProCash 2000xe USB (hereinafter called ProCash 2000xe / ProCash 2000xe USB).

The ProCash 2000xe / 2000xe USB is available in the following versions:

ProCash 2000xe / 2000xe USB with 4-cassette cash media dispenser in frontload and rearload devices

ProCash 2000xe / 2000xe USB with 5-cassette cash media dispenser in rearload devices

The following accessories are available:

35 mm (1.38") frames for:

Complete integration in the wall Window frame installation Partial integration with and without light box

Remote status indicator (RSI):

RSI - standard RSI - audio

Symbols used in this guide

Introduction

Symbols used in this guide

Text following this mark represents an item in a list.

" " Text in quotation marks contains references to other chapters or sections in this document.

Paragraphs following this symbol are actions to be performed in the order in which they are specified.

Text following this symbol have to be given special attention in order to avoid damage or injury. avoid damage or injury.

This symbol identifies paragraphs which contain general notes to facilitate use of the device and help avoid operating errors.given special attention in order to avoid damage or injury. 2 ProCash 2000xe / 2000xe USB

Introduction

Important safety precautions

Important safety precautions

Important safety precautions Important safety precautions Please read the following notes carefully before doing any

Please read the following notes carefully before doing any work on the device.

Installation notes

When installing the device and/or doing any work on it, make sure that it is disconnected from power.

General safety precautions

This device complies with the relevant safety regulations for information processing equipment.

When moving the device from a cold to a warm environment, do not operate it for at least two hours to prevent possible damage caused by condensation.

Only use the original packaging material to transport the device.

Note the warning and information labels on the device.

The device is equipped with a safety-tested power cable. It must be connected only to a suitable grounded outlet.

Only replace the lighting unit of the frame logo when the device is turned off.

Always hold the plug when removing the power cable. Never pull the cable itself.

Install cables in such a way that they will not be stepped on or tripped over or damaged or crushed in any way.

Have damaged power cables replaced immediately.

Make sure that there is always free access to the sockets used or to the electrical circuit-breakers of the house installation.

In case of an emergency (e.g. damaged cabinets, controls or power cables, liquids or foreign objects in the device) take the following steps:

Important safety precautions

Introduction

Deactivate the device immediately by:

Switching off the automatic circuit-breaker or removing the fuse inset from the fuse holder in the distribution box of the building installation;

Disconnecting the plug connectors of the power supply cables from the grounded sockets in the building installation;

Switching off the ON/OFF switch on the power distributor;

Inform the customer service responsible for you.

During a thunderstorm, data transmission lines must not be connected or disconnected.

Always keep the device's vents free from obstruction to ensure proper air circulation and to prevent malfunctions resulting from overheating.

Only use accessories and extension components that have been approved by us. Nonobservance can result in damage to the device or violations of regulations concerning safety, radio interference and ergonomical requirements.

Note that there are only safety extra-low voltage circuits (SELV circuits) if you want to feed voltage from an external source into prepared cables to install additional electronics (e.g. connection for an intruder alarm system).

To clean the device only use cleaning agents approved by WINCOR NIXDORF International GmbH(see chapter "Appendix", section "Approved cleaning materials" in the operating manual).

Introduction

Important safety precautions

Repairs

Repair work may only be carried out by authorized personnel.Introduction Important safety precautions Repairs Unauthorized opening of the device or repair work carried out

Unauthorized opening of the device or repair work carried out improperly could result in considerable danger to the user.

In case of noncompliance, WINCOR NIXDORF International GmbH excludes all liability.

Lithium batteries

There is danger of fire or explosion if the batteries are handled improperly. It is therefore important to note the following points: improperly. It is therefore important to note the following points:

Avoid short circuits.

Never recharge the battery.

Avoid temperatures above + 100 °C (+ 212 °F).

Do not try to open the battery by force.

Do not allow the battery to come into contact with water or fire.

Only replace it by the same or an equivalent type recommended by WINCOR NIXDORF International GmbH (see chapter "Appendix", section "Consumables" in the operating manual). Dispose of used batteries in compliance with national regulations and the manufacturer's specifications.

Important safety precautions

Introduction

Planning the Installation

This chapter provides you with all the information you need to prepare the installation.

Device dimensions

i
i

All dimensions are specified in millimeters (inches). The views of the device are not drawn to scale. All device edges have a radius of 3 mm (0.12").

Device dimensions

Planning the Installation

ProCash 2000xe / 2000xe USB with 4-cassette dispenser

Frontload device with standard lock

 
 
 
 
 
 
1472 (57.95 ")

1472 (57.95")

 
   
 
594 (23.39 " )

594

(23.39 " )

(23.39")

600 (23.62 ")

600

(23.62")

600 (23.62 ")

1

639 (25.16") 3 (0.12") 845 (33.27") 848 (33.39") 1050 (41.34") 1445 (56.89") 25 (0.98")
639 (25.16")
3 (0.12")
845 (33.27")
848 (33.39")
1050 (41.34")
1445 (56.89")
25 (0.98")
870 (34.25 )"

1 Installation frame

Planning the Installation

Device dimensions

Frontload device with customer-specific lock

594 (23.39") 600 (23.62") 1472 (57.95")
594
(23.39")
600
(23.62")
1472
(57.95")

1

639 (25.16") 3 (0.12") 845 (33.27") 848 (33.39") 925 (36.42") 1075 (42.32") 1445
639 (25.16")
3 (0.12")
845
(33.27")
848
(33.39")
925 (36.42")
1075 (42.32")
1445
(56.89")
25 (0.98")
870 (34.25")

1 Installation frame

Device dimensions

Planning the Installation

Frontload device with standard lock and barcode reader

(23.39") 594 (23.62") 600 1472 (57.95")
(23.39")
594
(23.62")
600
1472
(57.95")

1

639 (25.16") 3 (0.12") (33.27") 845 (33.39") 848 900 (35.43") 1043 (41.06") 1445
639 (25.16")
3 (0.12")
(33.27")
845
(33.39")
848
900 (35.43")
1043 (41.06")
1445
(56.89")
25 (0.98")
778 (30.63")
870 (34.25")
848 900 (35.43") 1043 (41.06") 1445 (56.89") 25 (0.98") 778 (30.63") 870 (34.25")

1 Installation frame

Planning the Installation

Device dimensions

Frontload device with customer-specific lock and barcode reader

594 (23.39") 600 (23.62") 1472 (57.95")
594
(23.39")
600
(23.62")
1472
(57.95")

1

639 (25.16") 3 (0.12") 845 (33.27") 848 (33.39") 1068 (42.05") 1445 (56.89") 25
639 (25.16")
3 (0.12")
845
(33.27")
848
(33.39")
1068 (42.05")
1445
(56.89")
25 (0.98")
785 (30.91")
870 (34.25")
(33.27") 848 (33.39") 1068 (42.05") 1445 (56.89") 25 (0.98") 785 (30.91") 870 (34.25")

1 Installation frame

Device dimensions

Planning the Installation

Rearload device without barcode reader

639 (25.16") 235 (9.25") 72/43* (2.84"/1.69"*) 3 (0.12”) (23.39") 594 1 845 (33.27”)
639 (25.16")
235
(9.25")
72/43*
(2.84"/1.69"*)
3 (0.12”)
(23.39")
594
1
845
(33.27”)
(23.62")
600
848
(33.39")
1050 (41.34")
1472
(57.95")
1835 (72.24")
1445
(56.89")
25 (0.98")
870 (34.25 )"

1 Installation frame

* Standard lock: 43 mm (1.69") Customer-specific lock: max. 72 mm (2.83")

Planning the Installation

Device dimensions

Rearload device with barcode reader

(23.39") 594 (23.62") 600 1472 (57.95")
(23.39")
594
(23.62")
600
1472
(57.95")

1

639 (25.16") 235 (9.25") 72/43* (2.84"/1.69"*) 3 (0.12”) 845 (33.27”) 848 (33.39") 1043
639 (25.16")
235
(9.25")
72/43*
(2.84"/1.69"*)
3 (0.12”)
845
(33.27”)
848
(33.39")
1043 (41.06")
1835 (72.24")
1445
(56.89")
25 (0.98")
778 (30.63 )"
870 (34.25 )"
1043 (41.06") 1835 (72.24") 1445 (56.89") 25 (0.98") 778 (30.63 )" 870 (34.25 )"

1 Installation frame

* Standard lock: 43 mm (1.69") Customer-specific lock: max. 72 mm (2.83")

Device dimensions

Planning the Installation

ProCash 2000xe / 2000xe USB with 5-cassette dispenser

Rearload device without barcode reader

639 (25.16") 235 (9.25") 72/43* (2.84"/1.69"*) (23.39") 3 (0.12") 594 (23.62") 1 845
639 (25.16")
235 (9.25")
72/43*
(2.84"/1.69"*)
(23.39")
3 (0.12")
594
(23.62")
1
845
(33.27")
600
848
(33.39")
1050 (41.34")
1612
(63.47")
1975 (77.76")
1585
(62.4")
25 (0.98")
1010 (39.76 )"

1 Installation frame

* Standard lock: 43 mm (1.69"), customer-specific lock: max. 72 mm (2.83")

Planning the Installation

Device dimensions

Rearload device with barcode reader

(23.39") 594 (23.62") 600 1612 (63.47")
(23.39")
594
(23.62")
600
1612 (63.47")
639 (25.16") 235 (9.25") 72/43* (2.84"/1.69"*) 3 (0.12") 1 845 (33.27") (33.39") 848
639 (25.16")
235
(9.25")
72/43*
(2.84"/1.69"*)
3 (0.12")
1
845
(33.27")
(33.39")
848
900 (35.43")
1043 (41.06")
1975 (77.76")
1585 (62.4")
25 (0.98")
918 (36.14 )"
1010 (39.76 )"
1043 (41.06") 1975 (77.76") 1585 (62.4") 25 (0.98") 918 (36.14 )" 1010 (39.76 )"

1 Installation frame

* Standard lock: 43 mm (1.69") Customer-specific lock: max. 72 mm (2.83")

Installation options for the device versions

Planning the Installation

Installation options for the device versions

For safety reasons we recommend installing a rearload unit through the wall (see possible installation with frame). the wall (see possible installation with frame).

When installing a rearload system as a free-standing ATM or when installing a frontload unit always contact your insurance company beforehand.

In case of doubt contact your Wincor Nixdorf consultant.

The following table shows an overview of the installation options for the different device versions.

Installation options

Frontload

Rearload

Rearload

with

with

with

4-cassette

4-cassette

5-cassette

dispenser

dispenser

dispenser

Installation without frame (free-standing)

yes

yes

yes

Installation with frame for complete integration

no

yes

no

Installation with window frame

no

yes

yes

Installation with frame for partial integration with light box

yes

yes

no

Installation with frame for partial integration without light box

yes

yes

no

Observe the necessary operation and maintenance space for the various types of installation (see section "Space required for operation and maintenance"). various types of installation (see section "Space required for operation and maintenance").

The area specified for the installation of the frame requires a short tool (see section "Space required for operation and maintenance").

Planning the Installation

Installation options for the device versions

Installation without frame (free-standing)

device versions Installation without frame (free-standing) 01750058375 G ProCash 2000xe / 2000xe USB - Installation

Installation options for the device versions

Planning the Installation

Installation with frame for complete integration

Both the rearload device with the standard lock as well as the rearload device with a customer-specific lock can be installed with a frame for complete integration. device with a customer-specific lock can be installed with a frame for complete integration.

View with frame for complete integration

integration. View with frame for complete integration * If the ProCash 2000xe / 2000xe USB is

* If the ProCash 2000xe / 2000xe USB is installed with a frame for integration in the wall, the unit will not be flush with the wall. This must be taken into account when laying the flooring (see chapter "Installation", section "Installation with frame for complete integration").

To open the light box, there must be at least a clearance of 150 mm (5.91") at the front between light box and ceiling. (5.91") at the front between light box and ceiling.

Planning the Installation

Installation options for the device versions

Wall opening for installation with frame for complete integration

If a ProCash 2000xe / 2000xe USB is to be installed with a frame for complete integration in the wall, a wall opening must be provided as shown in the figure below.

wall opening must be provided as shown in the figure below. 01750058375 G ProCash 2000xe /

Installation options for the device versions

Planning the Installation

Installation with window frame

Both the rearload device with the standard lock as well as the rearload device with a customer-specific lock can be installed with a window frame. device with a customer-specific lock can be installed with a window frame.

View with window frame

Frame for a wall thickness of up to 50 mm max. (1.97")

Frame for a wall thickness of up to 50 mm max. (1.97") 1 Inside wall (device
1 Inside wall (device side) 2 Outside wall
1 Inside wall (device side)
2
Outside wall

* devices with 5-cassette dispenser

To open the light box, there must be at least a clearance of 150 mm (5.91") at the front between light box and ceiling. (5.91") at the front between light box and ceiling.

Planning the Installation

Installation options for the device versions

Frame for a wall thickness of up to 160 mm max. (6.30")

Frame for a wall thickness of up to 160 mm max. (6.30") 1 Inside wall (device
1 Inside wall (device side) 2 Outside wall
1 Inside wall (device side)
2
Outside wall

* devices with 5-cassette dispenser

i
i

To open the light box, there must be at least a clearance of 150 mm (5.91") at the front between light box and ceiling.

Installation options for the device versions

Planning the Installation

Wall opening for installation with window frame

If a ProCash 2000xe / 2000xe USB is to be installed with a window frame in the wall, a wall opening must be provided as shown in the figure below.

Wall thickness 50 mm (1.97")

shown in the figure below. Wall thickness 50 mm (1.97") 1 Inside wall (device side) 2
1 Inside wall (device side) 2 Outside wall
1 Inside wall (device side)
2
Outside wall

* device with 5-cassette dispenser

Planning the Installation

Installation options for the device versions

Wall thickness 160 mm (6.30")

for the device versions Wall thickness 160 mm (6.30") 1 Inside wall (device side) 2 Outside
1 Inside wall (device side) 2 Outside wall
1 Inside wall (device side)
2
Outside wall

* device with 5-cassette dispenser

Installation options for the device versions

Planning the Installation

Installation with frame for partial integration with light

View of device with frame partial integration and light box

Both the device with the standard lock as well as the device with a customer-specific lock (deeper front door) can be installed with a frame and partly integrated in customer-specific lock (deeper front door) can be installed with a frame and partly integrated in the wall. The dimensions of the frame for partial integration of the device in a wall are shown here for the rearload version with standard lock as an example. The frame for the frontload version with standard lock has the same dimensions.

version with standard lock has the same dimensions. To open the light box, there must be
To open the light box, there must be at least a clearance of 150 mm
To open the light box, there must be at least a clearance of 150 mm
(5.91") at the front between light box and ceiling.

Planning the Installation

Installation options for the device versions

Wall opening for installing the device with a frame for partial integration with light box

If a ProCash 2000xe / 2000xe USB is to be installed with a frame for partial integration with light box in the wall, a wall opening must be provided as shown in the figure below.

wall opening must be provided as shown in the figure below. 01750058375 G ProCash 2000xe /

Installation options for the device versions

Planning the Installation

Installation with frame for partial integration without light box

View of device with frame for partial integration without light box

i
i

Both the device with the standard lock as well as the device with a customer-specific lock (deeper front door) can be installed with a frame and partly integrated in the wall. The dimensions of the frame for partial integration of the device in a wall are shown here for the rearload version with standard lock as an example. The frame for the frontload version with standard lock has the same dimensions.

version with standard lock has the same dimensions. 26 ProCash 2000xe / 2000xe USB - Installation

Planning the Installation

Installation options for the device versions

Wall opening for installing the device with a frame for partial integration without light box

If a ProCash 2000xe / 2000xe USB is to be installed with a frame for partial integration without light box in the wall, a wall opening must be provided as shown in the figure below.

wall opening must be provided as shown in the figure below. 01750058375 G ProCash 2000xe /

Vents

Planning the Installation

Vents

The device features forced air ventilation on the rear side by means of a built- in fan. Additionally, there are vents on either side of the top part. Make sure that the distance between these vents and the wall is always at least 50 mm

(1.97").

1

1

1

1

Vents

Storage if construction work is not yet complete

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If the system is installed while interior construction is still underway, be sure to protect it against dirt and dust from the construction. You may use the plastic packing of the system for this purpose.

Planning the Installation

Space required for operation and maintenance

Space required for operation and maintenance

Device with standard lock

The following figure shows the space which is required for operation and maintenance.

Ventilation spacethe space which is required for operation and maintenance. Operation and maintenance space Additional operation and

Operation and maintenance spacerequired for operation and maintenance. Ventilation space Additional operation and maintenance space, right or left

Additional operation and maintenance space, right or leftVentilation space Operation and maintenance space Additional space required for the installation (for reaching

Additional space required for the installation (for reaching the fastening screws in the safe). Area for frame installation screws in the safe).
Area for frame installationAdditional space required for the installation (for reaching the fastening screws in the safe).

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The area specified for the installation of the frame requires a short tool.

(Illustration on the following pages)

Space required for operation and maintenance

Planning the Installation

Frontload

840 (33.07") 120 120 (4.72") (4.72") 50 50 (1.97") (1.97") 300 400 (11.81")
840
(33.07")
120
120
(4.72")
(4.72")
50
50
(1.97")
(1.97")
300
400
(11.81")
(15.75")
300
600
(23.62")
(11.81")
1300 (51.18")
900 (35.43")
750 (29.53")
210
(8.27")
180
(7.09")
50
(1.97")
835 (32.87")
1800 (70.87")

Planning the Installation

Space required for operation and maintenance

Rearload

1280 (50.39") 600 (23.62") 400 (15.75") 400 280 (15.75") (11.02") 120 120 (4.72")
1280 (50.39")
600
(23.62")
400
(15.75")
400
280
(15.75")
(11.02")
120
120
(4.72")
(4.72")
50
50 (1.97")
(1.97")
100
100
(3.94")
(3.94")
300
300
(11.81")
800
(31.5")
(11.81")
530 (20.87")
555 (21.85")
848 (33.39")
880 (34.65")
1680 (66.14")
1030 (40.55")

Space required for operation and maintenance

Planning the Installation

Device with customer-specific lock

The following figure shows the space which is required for operation and maintenance.

Ventilation spacethe space which is required for operation and maintenance. Operation and maintenance space Additional operation and

Operation and maintenance spacerequired for operation and maintenance. Ventilation space Additional operation and maintenance space, right or left

Additional operation and maintenance space, right or leftVentilation space Operation and maintenance space Additional space required for the installation (for reaching

Additional space required for the installation (for reaching the fastening screws in the safe). Area for frame installation screws in the safe).
Area for frame installationAdditional space required for the installation (for reaching the fastening screws in the safe).

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The area specified for the installation of the frame requires a short tool.

(Illustration on the following pages)

Planning the Installation

Space required for operation and maintenance

Frontload

840 (33.07") 120 120 (4.72") (4.72") 50 50 (1.97") (1.97") 330 400 (12.99")
840
(33.07")
120
120
(4.72")
(4.72")
50
50 (1.97")
(1.97")
330
400
(12.99")
(15.75")
600
(23.62")
330
1330 (52.36")
(12.99")
900 (35.43")
750 (29.53")
210
(8.27")
180
(7.09")
50 (1.97")
835 (32.87")
1800 (70.87")

Space required for operation and maintenance

Planning the Installation

Rearload

1305 (51.38") 600 (23.62") 400 (15.75") 400 305 (15.75") (12.01") 120 120 (4.72")
1305 (51.38")
600
(23.62")
400
(15.75")
400
305
(15.75")
(12.01")
120
120
(4.72")
(4.72")
50
50
(1.97")
(1.97")
100
100
(3.94")
(3.94")
300
300
(11.81")
800
(31.5")
(11.81")
530 (20.87")
555 (21.85")
848 (33.39")
880 (34.65")
1680 (66.14")
1030 (40.55")

Planning the Installation

Installation site requirements

Installation site requirements

The installation area must be flat and on one level with the surrounding floor. Any differences in floor height in the installation area must be leveled out with rustproof shims, for example. This is not part of the installation procedure, but must be done by a contractor.

When choosing the installation site, make sure that

bright room lighting, light reflections and direct sunlight shining on the screen are avoided,

the requirements concerning ambient conditions can also be met in lobbies (see chapter "Appendix", section "Technical data"),

existing underfloor heating, energy and/or communication cables, etc., are not damaged when drilling the mounting holes.

If necessary, appropriate arrangements must be made.

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When selecting the installation site, noise emission should be taken into account. Fans in operation or the noise produced during a transaction could disturb people in the immediate vicinity of the device and may therefore need to be diminished with soundproofing (e.g. soundproof cabinets, etc.). They must comply with the environmental conditions that apply to the specific device (see chapter "Appendix", section "Technical data") and the maintenance areas (see section "Space required for operation and maintenance").

Load-carrying capacity

Ensure that the installation site has the required load-carrying capacity. You will find the relevant device weight in the section "Installation specifications" in the chapter "Appendix".

Installation site requirements

Planning the Installation

Protection from removal by force in compliance with EN and VdS guidelines

In accordance with the applicable guidelines VdS 2527, VdS 2527-S1, EN 1143-1 and EN 1143 - 1 prAl safe and installation frame form a unit. EN 1143-1 and EN 1143 - 1 prAl safe and installation frame form a unit. For this reason CEN safes may only be mounted with the certified and approved installation frames. If the guidelines are not observed, the CEN certification becomes invalid.

The device must be screwed to the load-bearing substructure of the installation site or mounted on a suitable base.

Using the prescribed mounting materials, the following values relating to resistance to removal of the safe from the installation frame are reached:

Resistance grade

Minimum force required

III

50 kN

IV

100 kN

The operator must provide a suitable base to protect it from removal by force. We recommend reinforced concrete B25 (EN206 C20/25) or a higher-quality concrete.

Installation on raised or cavity flooring as well as on a floating floor is not permissible according to the CEN standard. In case of a mounting structure other than the one specified in the respective sections In case of a mounting structure other than the one specified in the respective sections "Mounting the installation frame" in the chapter "Installation", always contact your insurance company beforehand.

Planning the Installation

Installation frame

Installation frame

General

A ProCash 2000xe / 2000xe USB cannot be installed without the installation frame.

The installation frame is secured to the floor at the respective attachment points (see sections "Drilling diagram (frontload)" and "Drilling diagram (rearload)").

Then the device (safe) is screwed to the installation frame.

How the safe is secured on the installation frame depends on the safe construction type (UL, CEN L or CEN III, CEN IV). For CEN safes, the safe construction types are distinguished in resistance grades. The label showing the resistance level is located on the inside of the safe door.

Openings which are not used have to be closed by putting in the filling pieces.

For mounting material see section "Mounting sets" in the chapter "Installation". "Installation".

Securing the installation frame

The installation frame needs to be anchored in the floor at four attachment points regardless of the safe construction type (UL, CEN L, CEN III, CEN IV). These attachment points are at position (2) and the alternative attachment points are at position (3) (see following illustration).

The supplied installation frame can be used for the frontload and rearload versions.

If the mounting set is not provided, use equivalent fastening material.frame can be used for the frontload and rearload versions. 01750058375 G ProCash 2000xe / 2000xe

Installation frame

Planning the Installation

Dimensions of safe attachment points

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The installation frame must be secured using one threaded rod per group of holes A
The installation frame must be secured using one threaded rod per
group of holes A to D. The installation frame is secured with four
threaded rods.
594 (23.39")
437 (17.21")
157
(6.18")
1
2
A
B
3
4
5
3
C
D
2
1
6
842 (33.15")
780 (30.71")
62
(2.44")
2 1 6 842 (33.15") 780 (30.71") 62 (2.44") 1 Attachment points of safe 2 Attachment

1 Attachment points of safe

2 Attachment points of installation frame

3 Alternative attachment points of installation frame

4 Attachment point of tear-off sensor rearload

5 Attachment point of tear-off sensor frontload

6 This side must always point towards the customer panel

Planning the Installation

Installation frame

Dimensions of cable areas

In the following illustration the cable feed openings are dimensioned based on the outer edge of the installation frame. The dimensions are the same for the Frontload and the Rearload version.

594 (23.39") 569 (22.4") 532 (20.95") 482 (18.98") 477 (18.78") 397 (15.63") 197
594
(23.39")
569
(22.4")
532 (20.95")
482
(18.98")
477
(18.78")
397 (15.63")
197
(7.76")
117
(4.61")
25 (0.98")
1
3
3
3
2
3
2
2
3
1
4
232
25 (0.98")
(9.13")
262 (10.32")
391 (15.39")
451 (17.76")
580 (22.84")
610 (24.03")
842 (33.15")

1 Cable lead-ins in the installation frame

2 Cable feed openings underneath the installation frame

3 Area for cables

4 This side must always point towards the customer panel

Tear-off sensor

Planning the Installation

Tear-off sensor

All safes and installation frames have holes for mounting a tear-off sensor. sensor.

To ensure that the tear-off sensor can be mounted after the device has been installed, a hole for the tear-off sensor has to be drilled at the time the installation frame is mounted.

To be able to mount the tear-off sensor, the hole has to be cleaned with a vacuum cleaner and a resin cartridge (e.g. UPAT multicone, Fischer resin cartridge R M) has to be inserted.

Thus the alarm technician will be able to mount the tear-off sensor in the safe easily after the device is installed (see also illustration "Mounting structure" in the respective sections of the chapter "Installation").

Ask your alarm technician about the size of the hole and the cartridge. The maximum diameter for the hole to take the fixing is

16 mm (0.63") in the installation frames

22 mm (0.87") in safe

The mounting material (threaded rod, cartridge) is to be provided by the alarm technician. The length of the threaded rod depends on the installation frame you use (see chapter "Installation").

No power or data cables may be installed below the CMD-V4.frame you use (see chapter "Installation"). 40 ProCash 2000xe / 2000xe USB - Installation Guide

Planning the Installation

Drilling diagrams

Drilling diagrams

The following figures specify the distance from the edge of the different device versions of the drill holes that are used to secure the ProCash 2000xe / 2000xe USB with installation frame.

The position of the installation frame and thus of the bore diagram also depends on the frame version that is used. You will find more information on this in the chapter "Installation".

Drilling diagrams

Planning the Installation

Drilling diagram (frontload)

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The installation frame is 3 mm (0.12") smaller than the safe all around.

500 (19.69") 440 (17.32") 160 (6.3") 733 (28.86") 663 (26.1") 184 (7.24") 114 (4.49")
500 (19.69")
440 (17.32")
160
(6.3")
733 (28.86")
663 (26.1")
184 (7.24")
114
(4.49")
598 (23.54")

Drilling depth:

Holes for

at least 180 mm (7.09") with 125 mm (4.92") in

installation frame:

concrete. For the hole diameter please refer to the

Hole for tear-off sensor:

mounting instructions of the caulking cartridge. at least 40 mm (1.57") in concrete; Consult your alarm technician about the size of the hole and the cartridge.

Planning the Installation

Drilling diagrams

Drilling diagram (rearload)

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The installation frame is 3 mm (0.12") smaller than the safe all around.

500 (19.69") 440 (17.32") 160 (6.3") 733 (28.86") 663 (26.1") 184 (7.24") 114 (4.49")
500 (19.69")
440 (17.32")
160
(6.3")
733 (28.86")
663 (26.1")
184 (7.24")
114
(4.49")
250 (9.84")

Drilling depth:

Holes for

at least 180 mm (7.09") with 125 mm (4.92") in

installation frame:

concrete. For the hole diameter please refer to the

Hole for tear-off sensor:

mounting instructions of the caulking cartridge. at least 40 mm (1.57") in concrete; Consult your alarm technician about the size of the hole and the cartridge.

Power and data cables

Planning the Installation

Power and data cables

General information

When the cables enter the device from below, make sure that the cables cannot be sheared off when the system is moved.the Installation Power and data cables General information To connect the device, power and data cables

To connect the device, power and data cables are required. In standard deliveries, the connections for all the device's power and data cables are situated near the cable feed opening in the safe. The power cable that is included in delivery has a standard length of 2.5 m (8.20 ft). The device is shipped with one power cable. Other ready-to-use lengths of power and data cables can be ordered if needed via the hardware configurator or must be provided by the customer. Please refer to the corresponding illustrations in this guide for the positioning of the cables.

To lay the cables inside the installation frame and in the safe, filling pieces may be removed so that cable sets can be inserted in the cable feed openings (see illustration). These filling pieces must then be replaced after the cables have been laid. The cable exit points in the floor must be kept clear to ensure that the cables are not bent or damaged.

Make sure that the cables provided on-site are long enough to be laid through the installation frame into the safe.clear to ensure that the cables are not bent or damaged. Avoid excess lengths of cable

Avoid excess lengths of cable by shortening them where necessary. You must ensure that connecting cables do not impede or actually damage any moving components.

Planning the Installation

Power and data cables

1

1 Cable feed opening

i No power or data cables may be installed below the CMD-V4. You will also find the position of the cable feed opening for the device in the section "Installation frame".

Power and data cables

Planning the Installation

Power supply

The device must only be connected to a TN system. In addition to the power supply for the device, grounding outlets must be provided by the customer for supplementary equipment such as a modem.

L

1

N PE
N
PE

2

3

4

1 Fuse or automatic circuit-breaker

2 Connection for ProCash 2000xe / 2000xe USB

3 Modem connection

4 Connection of miscellaneous equipment

Remote status indicator

The optional remote status indicator comes with a 50 m (164.1 ft) connecting cable. During planning, the position for installation and cable routing must be defined (see also chapter "Installing the remote status indicator").

Planning the Installation

Dimensions of the frame logo

Camera connection

If, on devices with a portrait camera and/or cash slot camera integrated in the factory, the images supplied are to be processed outside the device, the following cables must be planned on the construction side in addition to the requisite power and data cable connections:

1 video cable 75with BNC connector per deployed camera

1 V.24 control cable for camera surveillance

The interfaces for the camera connection are located in the safe. The cable is fed in through the cable feed opening of the safe.

Dimensions of the frame logo
Dimensions of the frame logo
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If the ProCash 2000xe / 2000xe USB was ordered without a logo, the logo has to be provided by the customer. The illustration shows the visible outer surface (554 mm x 170 mm - 21.81" x 6.69"). The actual dimensions are 565 mm x 176 mm (22.24" x 6.93").

For the dimensions of the device logo please refer to the operating manual of the device.

Transport path requirements

Planning the Installation

Transport path requirements

The device is equipped with a shipping crate and can be transported with a pallet lift truck. The forks of the truck must be pushed as far as possible underneath the device from the side of the safe door.

The entire transportation route, like the installation site, must be checked for load capacity and, if necessary, strengthened as appropriate before the installation date. In order to avoid damage at the floor covering, panels (e.g. beaverboard) should be laid on the floor for the transport with a lift truck. Observe the ambient condition requirements in the chapter "Appendix", section "Technical data" for transportation and storage.

Due to the shipping crate some dimensions are different (see illustration below).

Planning the Installation

Transport path requirements

600 (23.62") 690 (27.17") 145 (5.71") 1592 / 1732* (62.68" / 68.19"*)
600
(23.62")
690
(27.17")
145 (5.71")
1592 / 1732* (62.68" / 68.19"*)
1 900 / 925*** (35.43" / 36.42"***) 1050 / 1075*** (41.34" / 42.32"***) 1420 (55.91")
1
900 / 925***
(35.43" / 36.42"***)
1050 / 1075***
(41.34" / 42.32"***)
1420 (55.91")
845 (33.27")

1 Shipping crate

* Height of a device with 5-cassette dispenser

** On the rearload device the standard lock measures 43 mm (1.69") instead of max. 72 mm (2.83") of the customer-specific lock. *** Frontload devices with a customer-specific lock have a depth of 1075 mm (42.32").

Transport path requirements

Planning the Installation

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Check beforehand if there is enough space to move the device through doors and hallways. The following illustration should help you determine if the space is sufficient. It shows the device on a standard lift truck. With the help of the grid (100 mm x 100 mm (3.94" x 3.94")) you can draw the actual dimensions of the door and the hallway to find out if there is enough space for transportation. Refer to the next page for an example.

1350 (53.15") 1400 (55.12") 520 (20.47") 690 (27.17")
1350 (53.15")
1400 (55.12")
520
(20.47")
690
(27.17")

Planning the Installation

Transport path requirements

Example with minimum transport path measurements

710 (27.95") 1350 (53.15") 1400 (55.12") 1900 (74.8") 520 (20.47") 690 (27.17")
710 (27.95")
1350 (53.15")
1400 (55.12")
1900 (74.8")
520
(20.47")
690
(27.17")

Transport path requirements

Planning the Installation

Installation

This chapter describes the individual steps to be taken to install the device.

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All dimensions are specified in millimeters (inches). The figures are not drawn to scale. Contact the person in charge of planning the installation to verify that all preparatory work has been done completely and correctly and that none of the required power and data cables are missing.

Removing the packaging

Remove the packing material of the ProCash 2000xe / 2000xe USB.

Dispose of the packaging which is no longer needed according to the regulations of your country.

Removing the shipping crate

Installation

Removing the shipping crate

General

For transportation the device is equipped with a shipping crate which must be removed prior to the installation.

To move the device push against the sides of its body only as shown in the illustration below.

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Installation

Removing the shipping crate

Removing the shipping crate

Proceed as follows to remove the shipping crate:

crate Proceed as follows to remove the shipping crate: Remove the screws of the shipping crate

Remove the screws of the shipping crate from underneath.

Lift the device.

Remove the shipping crate of the ProCash 2000xe / 2000xe USB (1).

Dispose of the shipping crate which is no longer needed according to the regulations of your country.

Mounting sets

Installation

Mounting sets

The mounting sets are supplied with the installation frame of the ProCash 2000xe / 2000xe USB. ProCash 2000xe / 2000xe USB.

The mounting set for the tear-off sensor is not supplied with the device.

Mounting set for standard frame 01750006706

If the mounting set is not provided, use equivalent fastening material. The procedure for mounting the installation frame or the installation rack described in the sections The procedure for mounting the installation frame or the installation rack described in the sections of the installation versions assumes that the provided mounting set is used. If you are using different fastening materials please follow the instructions included with those items.

Item

Quantity required

Caulking cartridge A caulking gun is not included in the delivery package.

1

Threaded rod M16 x 200 (5.51") (DIN 976, property class 8.8)

4

Hexagon nut M16 (DIN 934-8)

4

Washer A 17 DIN 125-St

4

Installation

Mounting sets

Mounting set 01750051579 for CEN frame

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If the mounting set is not provided, use equivalent fastening material.

The procedure for mounting the installation frame or the installation rack described in the sections of the installation versions assumes that the provided mounting set is used. If you are using different fastening materials please follow the instructions included with those items.

Item

Quantity

required

Caulking cartridge A caulking gun is not included in the delivery package.

1

Threaded rod M16 x 200 (DIN 976, property class 10.9)

4

Hexagon nut M16 (DIN 934-10.9)

4

Washer A 17 DIN 125-St

4

Mounting set 01750078516 (for UL/CEN L safe) on installation frame

Item

Quantity

required

Pan head screw M16 x 40 (ISO 4762, property class 10.9)

4

Washer A 17 ISO 7089-St

4

Mounting set 01750051578 (for CEN III/CEN IV safe) on installation frame

Item

Quantity

required

Pan head screw M16 x 45 (ISO 4762, property class 10.9)

4

Washer A 17 ISO 7089-St

4

Overview of installation types

Installation

Overview of installation types

Installation options

Frontload

Rearload

Rearload

with

with

with

4-cassette

4-cassette

5-cassette

dispenser

dispenser

dispenser

Installation without frame (see p. 59)

yes

yes

yes

Installation with frame for complete integration (see p. 69)

no

yes

no

Installation with window frame (see p. 88)

no

yes

yes

Installation with frame for partial integration with light box (see p. 108)

yes

yes

no

Installation with frame for partial integration without light box (see p. 128)

yes

yes

no

Observe the space required for operation and maintenance for the different installation options (see chapter "Planning the Installation", section "Space required for operation different installation options (see chapter "Planning the Installation", section "Space required for operation and maintenance ").

For installation with a frame the device must have been prepared for this type of installation in the factory when it is shipped. this type of installation in the factory when it is shipped.

Installation

Installation without frame

Installation without frame

The device can either be installed free-standing, in front of a wall or in a niche.

Installing the installation frame

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Observe the specified maintenance space when positioning the device and the installation frame (see chapter "Planning the Installation", section "Space required for operation and maintenance"). Make sure that the clearance between the vents and the wall is at least 50 mm (1.97") (53 mm (2.09") in relation to the installation frame).

Align the installation frame and mark the holes to be drilled for mounting the installation frame (see illustration below).

If a tear-off sensor is to be installed as agreed with the financial institution or the alarm technician, also mark the holes for the tear-off sensor (see illustrations institution or the alarm technician, also mark the holes for the tear-off sensor (see illustrations below).

Securing the installation frame

The installation frame needs to be anchored in the floor at four attachment points regardless of the safe construction type (UL, CEN L, CEN III, CEN IV). These attachment points are at position (2) and the alternative attachment points are at position (3) (see illustration below).

The supplied installation frame can be used for the frontload and rearload versions.

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If the mounting set is not provided, use equivalent fastening material.

Installation without frame

Installation

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The installation frame must be secured using one threaded rod per group of holes A to D. The installation frame is secured with four threaded rods.

1 2 A B 3 4 7 5 8 3 C D 2 1 9
1
2
A
B
3
4
7
5
8
3
C
D
2
1
9

6

6

1 Attachment points of safe

2 Attachment points of installation frame

3 Alternative attachment points of installation frame

4 Attachment point of tear-off sensor Rearload

5 Attachment point of tear-off sensor Frontload

6 Cable lead-ins into the installation frame

7 Area for cables

8 Cable feed openings underneath the installation frame

9 This side must always point towards the customer panel

Installation

Installation without frame

Drill the required four holes and the hole for the tear-off sensor, if necessary (see following figure).

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Installation on raised or cavity flooring as well as on a floating floor is not permissible according to the CEN standard. If the mounting structure differs from the one described below (see illustration below), it must be approved by the insurer.

To ensure that the safe does not become detached, the threaded rods of the installation frame must be fastened in the concrete foundation.

The drilled holes in the concrete foundation must have a depth of at least 125 mm (4.92") for the installation frame (see illustration below).

For the hole diameter please refer to the mounting instructions of the caulking cartridge.

The drilled hole in the concrete foundation must have a depth of at least 40 mm (1.57") for the tear-off sensor (see illustration below). Consult your alarm technician about the size of the hole and the fixing.

Installation without frame

Installation

Mounting structure

2 3 4 5 6 7 1 8 1 Safe 5 Screed 2 Mounting set
2
3
4
5
6
7
1
8
1 Safe
5 Screed
2 Mounting set for safe
6
Concrete
3 Tear-off sensor
7
Mounting set for installation frame
4 Installation frame
8
Top surface of finished floor
min. 40
(1.57")
UL
CEN
25 (0.98")min.
125
(4.92")
176* (6.93"*)

* This measure is required if the threaded rods included in the delivery package are used unmodified. For a different measure the threaded rods must be modified or replaced by equivalent ones.

Clean the drill holes as specified in the mounting instructions of the caulking cartridge.

Secure the threaded rods in the concrete foundation as specified in the mounting instructions of the caulking cartridge.

The threaded rods must protrude at a minimum 24 mm (0.94") and at a maximum 25 mm (0.98") . 24 mm (0.94") and at a maximum 25 mm (0.98").

Insert the fixing for the tear-off sensor if required.

Installation

Installation without frame

Remove the filling piece 6b (rearload) or 6a (frontload) and possibly the filling piece 6a (rearload) or 6b (frontload) from the cable lead-ins in the upper part of the installation rack (see positions 6a and 6b in the following illustration (example shows rearload version)).

The space inside the installation frame allows cable lead-in through cable ducts in the floor.following illustration (example shows rearload version)). If the connecting cables on the site are not located

If the connecting cables on the site are not located on the safe door side:
If the connecting cables on the site
are not located on the safe door
side:
11
6b
Insert the data lines, the connecting
cable of the remote status indicator
(optional) and the power cord through
the cable lead-ins and if necessary
through the cable feed openings
behind the safe door side (11) of the
installation frame, as in the example
shown here.
Make sure that the connecting
cables are laid loosely and are
not crushed by the installation
frame.
6a

Screw the installation frame to the floor (for material see section "Mounting sets"). If applicable, note the hardening times of the mounting material.

The threaded rods must not protrude beyond the installation frame. If necessary, level the threaded rods. necessary, level the threaded rods.

Installation without frame

Installation

Mounting the device on the installation frame

Push the device on the installation frame.

frame • Push the device on the installation frame. Ensure that no cables are damaged in

Ensure that no cables are damaged in the process.

Open the safe door (see chapter "Basic Operation" in the operating manual).

If it is necessary for the installation remove those parts inside the unit which secure its components during transportation (see enclosed information sheet).

Pull out the CMD-V4 (see chapter "Basic Operation" in the operating manual).

To facilitate access to the attachment points of the safe you can swing the cash media dispenser (CMD-V4) up.

Lifting the cash media dispenser (CMD-V4) up

2
2
(CMD-V4) up. Lifting the cash media dispenser (CMD-V4) up 2 Put the two track stops (1)

Put the two track stops (1) (to be found in the safe) in place as shown in the illustration. Remove the reject/retract cassette and the cash-out cassettes (3) (see chapter "Cash Media Dispenser (CMD-V4)" in the operating manual).

To reduce the weight, remove all cassettes. Remove the securing screw (2) at the end of the pull-out track, one each on the right and on the left side.

pull-out track, one each on the right and on the left side. i When lifting the
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When lifting the CMD-V4 make sure that the connecting cables on the rear side of the CMD-V4 controller are not damaged and that they are not moved around!

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Installation without frame

2

2

Swing the CMD-V4 (1) up until the hole (2) above the pull-out tracks is visible. Push the locking axle (3) (to be found in the safe) in until the grooves are in line with the side panels of the CMD-V4 rack. Check the firm fit of the CMD-V4 by moving it slightly back and forth. panels of the CMD-V4 rack. Check the firm fit of the CMD-V4 by When mounting the When mounting the locking axle ensure that no cables are

damaged in the process. Check the CMD-V4 for a secure fit. The locking axle must be firmly in place. Check the CMD-V4 for a secure fit. The locking axle must be firmly in place.

Screwing the device on the installation frame

in place. Screwing the device on the installation frame Place the device on the installation frame

Place the device on the installation frame and align it (for attachment points (1) and (2) please refer to the illustration) and fasten the safe to the installation frame with screws (for material see section "Mounting sets"). First tighten the rear screws (2) and then the front screws (1) in the safe.

Installation without frame Installation Pushing the cash media dispenser (CMD-V4) down Lift the CMD-V4 slightly
Installation without frame
Installation
Pushing the
cash media dispenser (CMD-V4) down
Lift the CMD-V4 slightly (1) until you
may remove the locking axle from the
hole (2) in the direction of the arrow
(3).
Carefully lower the CMD-V4.
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When lowering the CMD-V4 make sure that the connecting cables on
the rear side of the CMD-V4 controller are not damaged and that they
are not moved around!

Mount both securing screws.

Remove the two track locks and push the CMD-V4 back into the device.

Replace the cassettes.

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Installation without frame

Installing the power and data cables in the device

frame Installing the power and data cables in the device Remove the filling piece of the

Remove the filling piece of the safe.

Feed the data cables and the power cable into the safe, if applicable by the area for cables of the installation frame.

If necessary, replace the filling piece of the installation frame (position 6b (rearload) or position 6a (frontload)) and the filling piece of the safe.

Installation without frame

Installation

Further procedure for CEN installation

Attach the VDS label for the installation frame inside the safe door below the existing VDS label. (The VDS label for the mounted installation frame is included with the installation frame.)

After mounting the installation frame and the device, fill out the Confirmation of Installation. (The Confirmation of Installation is included with the installation frame.)

Fax the filled out and signed Confirmation of Installation form to the fax number provided on the form.

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If there is no fax machine available, the form has to be faxed to this number at a later point in time.

Give the Confirmation of Installation to the operator of the device.

The operator needs the Confirmation of Installation for submitting it to the insurance company.Confirmation of Installation to the operator of the device. General • Close the device. i The

General

Close the device.

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The locking axle and the track stops must remain in the safe for later service operations.

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Installation with frame for complete integration

Installation with frame for complete integration

Mounting the installation frame

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Observe the specified maintenance space when positioning the device and the installation frame (see chapter "Planning the Installation", section "Space required for operation and maintenance"). Make sure that the clearance between the vents and the wall is at least 50 mm (1.97") (53 mm (2.09") in relation to the installation frame).

Align the installation frame and mark the holes to be drilled for mounting the installation frame (see illustration below).

If a tear-off sensor is to be installed as agreed with the financial institution or the alarm technician, also mark the holes for the tear-off sensor (see illustrations institution or the alarm technician, also mark the holes for the tear-off sensor (see illustrations below).

Securing the installation frame

The installation frame needs to be anchored in the floor at four attachment points regardless of the safe construction type (UL, CEN L, CEN III, CEN IV). These attachment points are at position (2) and the alternative attachment points are at position (3) (see illustration below).

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If the mounting set is not provided, use equivalent fastening material.

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The installation frame must be secured using one threaded rod per group of holes A to D. The installation frame is secured with four threaded rods.

The installation frame is secured with four threaded rods. 11 1 6 2 A C 3
11 1 6 2 A C 3 4 7 5 8 3 B D 6
11
1
6
2
A
C
3
4
7
5
8
3
B
D
6
10
10
2
1
6
23
9
23
(0.91")
(0.91")
640 (25.2")
1 Attachment points of safe
6
2 Attachment points of
installation frame
7
Cable lead-ins into the
installation frame
Area for cables
28 (1.1")
max. 360
(max. 14.17")

3 Alternative attachment points of installation frame

4 Attachment point of tear-off sensor Rearload

5 Not used

8 Cable feed openings underneath the installation frame

9 Customer panel side

10 Wall

11 Side with safe door

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Drill the required four holes and the hole for the tear-off sensor, if necessary (see following figure).

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Installation on raised or cavity flooring as well as on a floating floor is not permissible according to the CEN standard. If the mounting structure differs from the one described below (see illustration below), it must be approved by the insurer.

To ensure that the safe does not become detached, the threaded rods of the installation frame must be fastened in the concrete foundation.

The drilled holes in the concrete foundation must have a depth of at least 125 mm (4.92") for the installation frame (see illustration below).

For the hole diameter please refer to the mounting instructions of the caulking cartridge.

The drilled hole in the concrete foundation must have a depth of at least 40 mm (1.57") for the tear-off sensor (see illustration below). Consult your alarm technician about the size of the hole and the fixing.

Installation with frame for complete integration

Installation

Mounting structure

2 3 4 5 6 7 1 8 1 Safe 5 Screed 2 Mounting set
2
3
4
5
6
7
1
8
1 Safe
5 Screed
2 Mounting set for safe
6
Concrete
3 Tear-off sensor
7
Mounting set for installation frame
4 Installation frame
8
Top surface of finished floor
min. 40
(1.57")
UL
CEN
25 (0.98")min.
125
(4.92")
176* (6.93"*)

* This measure is required if the threaded rods included in the delivery package are used unmodified. For a different measure the threaded rods must be modified or replaced by equivalent ones.

Clean the drill holes as specified in the mounting instructions of the caulking cartridge.

Secure the threaded rods in the concrete foundation as specified in the mounting instructions of the caulking cartridge.

The threaded rods must protrude at a minimum 24 mm (0.94") and at a maximum 25 mm (0.98") . 24 mm (0.94") and at a maximum 25 mm (0.98").

Insert the fixing for the tear-off sensor if required.

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Installation with frame for complete integration

Remove the filling piece 6b and possibly 6a from the cable lead-ins (see positions 6a and 6b in the following illustration).

The space inside the installation frame allows cable lead-in through cable ducts in the floor.(see positions 6a and 6b in the following illustration). If the connecting cables on the site

If the connecting cables on the site are not located on the safe door side:
If the connecting cables on the site
are not located on the safe door
side:
11
6b
Insert the data lines, the connecting
cable of the remote status indicator
(optional) and the power cord through
the cable lead-ins and if necessary
through the cable feed openings
behind the safe door side (11) of the
installation frame, as in the example
shown here.
Make sure that the connecting
cables are laid loosely and are
not crushed by the installation
frame.
6a

Screw the installation frame to the floor (for material see section "Mounting sets"). If applicable, note the hardening times of the mounting material.

The threaded rods must not protrude beyond the installation frame. If necessary, level the threaded rods. necessary, level the threaded rods.

Installation with frame for complete integration

Installation

Mounting the device on the installation frame

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Before the frame can be mounted, certain steps are required for systems which have not been prepared for frame installation in the factory (please refer to the mounting instructions supplied with the frame).

1 2
1
2

Remove the blind plugs in positions (1) and (2) on both sides of the device by levering them up from the side (3) and pulling them out forwards (4).

Push the device on the installation frame.

(4). • Push the device on the installation frame. Ensure that no cables are damaged in

Ensure that no cables are damaged in the process.

Open the safe door (see chapter "Basic Operation" in the operating manual).

If it is necessary for the installation remove those parts inside the unit which secure its components during transportation (see enclosed information sheet).

Pull out the CMD-V4 (see chapter "Basic Operation" in the operating manual).

To facilitate access to the attachment points of the safe you can swing the cash media dispenser (CMD-V4) up.

Installation

Installation with frame for complete integration

Lifting the cash media dispenser (CMD-V4) up

2
2
integration Lifting the cash media dispenser (CMD-V4) up 2 Put the two track stops (1) (to

Put the two track stops (1) (to be found in the safe) in place as shown in the illustration. Remove the reject/retract cassette and the cash-out cassettes (3) (see chapter "Cash Media Dispenser (CMD-V4)" in the operating manual).

To reduce the weight, remove all cassettes. Remove the securing screw (2) at the end of the pull-out track, one each on the right and on the left side.

pull-out track, one each on the right and on the left side. i When lifting the
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When lifting the CMD-V4 make sure that the connecting cables on the rear side of the CMD-V4 controller are not damaged and that they are not moved around!

2
2

Swing the CMD-V4 (1) up until the hole (2) above the pull-out tracks is visible. Push the locking axle (3) (to be found in the safe) in until the grooves are in line with the side panels of the CMD-V4 rack. Check the firm fit of the CMD-V4 by moving it slightly back and forth. panels of the CMD-V4 rack. Check the firm fit of the CMD-V4 by When mounting the When mounting the locking axle ensure that no cables are

damaged in the process. Check the CMD-V4 for a secure fit. The locking axle must be firmly in place.

a secure fit. The locking axle must be firmly in place. 01750058375 G ProCash 2000xe /

Installation with frame for complete integration

Installation

Screwing the device on the installation frame

Pushing the 2
Pushing the
2

Place the device on the installation frame and align it (for attachment points (1) and (2) please refer to the illustration) and fasten the safe to the installation frame with screws (for material see section "Mounting sets"). First tighten the rear screws (2) and then the front screws (1) in the safe.

cash media dispenser (CMD-V4) down

Lift the CMD-V4 slightly (1) until you may remove the locking axle from the hole (2) in the direction of the arrow

(3).

Carefully lower the CMD-V4.

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When lowering the CMD-V4 make sure that the connecting cables on the rear side of the CMD-V4 controller are not damaged and that they are not moved around!

Mount both securing screws.

Remove the two track locks and push the CMD-V4 back into the device.

Replace the cassettes.

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Installation with frame for complete integration

Installing the power and data cables in the device

Installing the power and data cables in the device Remove the filling piece of the safe.

Remove the filling piece of the safe.

Feed the data cables and the power cable into the safe, if applicable by the area for cables of the installation frame.

Replace the filling piece of the installation frame (position 6b) and the filling piece of the safe.

Installation with frame for complete integration

Installation

Further procedure for CEN installation

Attach the VDS label for the installation frame inside the safe door below the existing VDS label. (The VDS label for the mounted installation frame is included with the installation frame.)

After mounting the installation frame and the device, fill out the Confirmation of Installation. (The Confirmation of Installation is included with the installation frame.)

Fax the filled out and signed Confirmation of Installation form to the fax number provided on the form.

If there is no fax machine available, the form has to be faxed to this number at a later point in time. number at a later point in time.

Give the Confirmation of Installation to the operator of the device.

The operator needs the Confirmation of Installation for submitting it to the insurance company.Confirmation of Installation to the operator of the device. General • Close the device. • Unpack

General

Close the device.

Unpack the parts of the installation frame and install them (see section below "Installing frame for complete integration in wall").

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The locking axle and the track stops must remain in the safe for later service operations.

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Installation with frame for complete integration

Installing frame for complete integration in wall

View of the frame (completely assembled)

6 1 7 2 3 8 4 5 1 Frame 2 Cover (installed only after
6
1
7
2
3
8
4
5
1
Frame
2
Cover (installed only after frame
has been attached to the device)
3
Connecting plate
4
Left frame extension
5 Right frame extension
6 Holes for attaching the frame to
the wall
Light cable
Frame bracket
7
8

Installation with frame for complete integration

Installation

Pre-assembling the frame

Attach the frame extensions (items 4 and 5 in the illustration "View of the frame (completely assembled)") on the left and right side as shown in the illustration below using two ratchet washers M4 (1).

4x

4x
the illustration below using two ratchet washers M4 (1). 4x • Attach the connecting plates (item

Attach the connecting plates (item 3 in the illustration "View of the frame (completely assembled)") on the left and on the right side using one Taptite round head screw M4x6 each (2).

2x
2x

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Installation with frame for complete integration

Attach the center frame brackets (item 8 in the illustration "View of the frame (completely assembled)") on the left and on the right side using two Taptite round head screws M4x6 each (3).

4x • Attach the bottom frame brackets (item 8 in the illustration "View of the
4x
• Attach the bottom frame brackets (item 8 in the illustration "View of the
frame (completely assembled)") on the left and on the right side using two
Taptite round head screws M4x6 each (4).
4x

Installation with frame for complete integration

Installation

Mounting the frame