SECTION 6: MECHANICAL INSTALLATION
This section describes the procedures necessary to unpack and mechanically install the Nucleus Advanced Control Paging Station equipment. A variety of mounting methods are possible, depending on such factors as which type of cabinet or rack (if any) has been selected to house the station cage(s), whether stacking of cabinets is desired, etc. Procedures are provided for each of the cabinet/rack types.
Equipment Unpacking and Inspection
Thoroughly inspect the equipment as soon as possible after delivery. If any part of the equipment has been damaged in transit, immediately report the extent of the damage to the transportation company.
Nucleus Advanced Control Paging Station equipment packing methods vary depending upon the type of optional rack or cabinet selected by the customer. Nucleus Advanced Control station cages may also be packed and shipped without a cabinet. Unpacking procedures for these various methods are provided in the following paragraphs.
The Nucleus Advanced Control station may be shipped either by air freight or electronic van (as specified by customer). The packing methods are as follows:
Unpacking Nucleus Advanced Control Stations without Cabinets
- If no cabinet or rack is selected, the station is shipped in a cardboard container with interior packing supports.
- All other available cabinets are shipped with the Nucleus Advanced Control station(s) installed in the cabinet, with the cabinet bolted to a wooden skid and covered with a cardboard box with cor-rugated interior corner braces.
- Stations ordered for use in open frame racks (7', 7.5' or 8' available) are shipped in a cardboard container with corrugated interior corner braces. The rack is shipped separately wrapped in insulating foam.
Nucleus Advanced Control stations without cabinets (ordered with Option X362, omit cabinet) are packed in a cardboard box with styrofoam interior spacers and cardboard stiffeners. Unpack as described in Figure 6-1.
Unpacking 25 ", 46", and 70" Indoor Cabinets
These cabinet styles are shipped mounted to a wooden skid, secured with corrugated corner braces held by a plastic strap, and covered with a card-board cover. Unpack the equipment as described in Figure 6-2.