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PDF Content Summary: TX3 Series Touch Screen Installation Manual Version 7 TX3 Touch Screen Installation Manual 1 LT-996 Copyright February 2020 Copyright February 2020 Mircom Inc. All rights reserved. Mircom TX3 Touch Screen Installation Manual v.7 Microsoft, MS-DOS, Windows, and Windows 2000/NT/XP/Vista/7/8/10 are either registered trademarks or trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and/or other countries. Mircom 25 Interchange Way Vaughan, Ontario L4K 5W3 905.660.4655 Fax:905.660.4113 mircom.com 2 TX3 Touch Screen Installation Manual Version 7 LT-996 Copyright February 2020 Contents 1 Introduction 9 1.1 TX3 Systems 9 1.2 Features 14 1.3 Touch Screen Sizes and Enclosures 15 1.4 Touch Screen Accessories 16 1.5 Maximum Mounting Height to Comply with the ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) 16 1.6 Mounting requirements from the 2010 ADA Standards for Accessible Design 17 1.7 Warranty and Special Notices 18 1.8 About This Manual 18 1.9 Contact Us 19 2 Enclosure Installation 20 2.1 Installing the Enclosures and Touch Screen 21 2.2 Installing TX3-TOUCH-S15-A 22 2.3 Installing TX3-TOUCH-F15-A 25 2.4 Installing TX3-TOUCH-F15-B/C 28 2.5 Installing TX3-TOUCH-S15-B/C 30 2.6 Installing TX3-TOUCH-S22(-C) and TX3-TOUCH-F22(-C) 32 2.7 Installing TX3-TOUCH-S15B-WR and TX3-TOUCH-S15S-WR 38 2.8 Installing TX3-T-KIOSK 40 2.9 Installing TX3-T-KIOSK2 46 2.10 Installing TX3-T-KIOSK3 54 2.11 Installing TX3-TOUCH-K15-A 61 2.12 Installing the Power Supply Enclosure 67 3 Touch Screen System and Setup 70 3.1 Installation Prerequisites 71 3.2 Touch Screen System 71 3.3 TX3-TOUCH-K15-A, TX3-TOUCH-F15-A, TX3-TOUCH-S15-A Main Panel, Boards, and Grounding 75 3.4 TX3-TOUCH-F15-B/C and TX3-TOUCH-S15-B/C Inside Door, Boards, and Grounding 77 3.5 TX3-TOUCH-F22(-C) and TX3-TOUCH-S22(-C) Inside Door, Boards, and Grounding 80 3.6 TX3-TOUCH-S15B-WR and TX3-TOUCH-S15S-WR Inside Door, Boards, and Grounding 83 3.7 Lobby Controller Board 85 3.8 Connecting to the External Power Supply 88 3.9 Turning the Touch Screen On and Off 90 3.10 Installing the Postal Lock on TX3 Touch Indoor Units 91 3.11 Installing the Telephone Lines 91 3.12 Ethernet and USB 91 3.13 Beginning Configuration 92 Version 7 TX3 Touch Screen Installation Manual 3 LT-996 Copyright 2020 Contents 3.14 Installing Other Optional and Replacement Components 93 3.15 RS-485 94 3.16 Installing the P1264 IP camera 96 3.17 Replacing the Display on the 22” Touch Screen 98 3.18 Installing the Optional TX3-DELTA5 Card Reader 101 4 Touch Screen Factory Wiring 105 4.1 Factory Wiring for Models Ending in -C 106 4.2 Factory Wiring for Models Not Ending in -C 112 4.3 Factory Wiring for TX3-TOUCH-S15B-WR and TX3-TOUCH-S15S-WR 128 5 Adding Controllers 132 5.1 Adding a Controller 133 6 Specifications 134 6.1 Indoor Touch Screens 134 6.2 TX3-TOUCH-S15B-WR and TX3-TOUCH-S15S-WR 135 6.3 RS-485 TX3-USB-AD Kit 136 6.4 TX3-GPM Guard Phone Module 136 6.5 TX3-CX-1NP 137 7 Resident Operating Instructions 138 7.1 NSL Resident Operating Instructions 139 7.2 ADC Resident Operating Instructions 141 8 Warranty and Warning Information 142 Special Notices 147 4 TX3 Touch Screen Installation Manual Version 7 LT-996 Copyright 2020 List of Figures Figure 1 TX3 devices on an RS-485 network 11 Figure 2 TX3 devices connected to an Ethernet TCP/IP network. Devices connected to an Ethernet network are Master Nodes 12 Figure 3 TX3 devices connected to a combination Ethernet TCP/IP network with RS-485 subnetworks 13 Figure 4 TX3-TOUCH-S15-A surface mount back dimensions (inches) 22 Figure 5 TX3-TOUCH-S15-A surface mount front dimensions (inches) 23 Figure 6 Touch Screen surface mount 24 Figure 7 TX3-TOUCH-F15-A flush mount back dimensions (inches) 25 Figure 8 TX3-TOUCH-F15-A flush mount front dimensions (inches) 26 Figure 9 Flush mount enclosure 27 Figure 10 TX3-TOUCH-F15-B/C dimensions 29 Figure 11 TX3-TOUCH-F15-B/C mounting hole and knockout dimensions 29 Figure 12 TX3-TOUCH-S15-B/C dimensions 31 Figure 13 TX3-TOUCH-S15-B/C mounting hole and knockout dimensions 31 Figure 14 Surface mounting the enclosure 33 Figure 15 Flush mounting the enclosure 35 Figure 16 TX3-TOUCH-F22(-C) dimensions (inches) 36 Figure 17 TX3-TOUCH-S22(-C) dimensions (inches) 37 Figure 18 TX3-TOUCH-S15B-WR and TX3-TOUCH-S15S-WR mounting hole and knockout dimensions 39 Figure 19 TX3-TOUCH-S15B-WR and TX3-TOUCH-S15S-WR overall dimensions 39 Figure 20 TX3-T-KIOSK dimensions (inches) 40 Figure 21 TX3-T-KIOSK Components 41 Figure 22 Base plate mounting holes 42 Figure 23 Base plate dimensions (inches) 42 Figure 24 Fit the stand on the base plate 43 Figure 25 Fit the stand on the base plate (from below) 43 Figure 26 Attach the stand to the base plate 44 Figure 27 Attach the 22” Touch Screen to the stand 45 Figure 28 Dimensions of TX3-T-KIOSK2 with TX3-TOUCH-S22 46 Figure 29 Dimensions of TX3-T-KIOSK2 with TX3-TOUCH-S15-B 47 Figure 30 TX3-T-KIOSK2 components 48 Figure 31 TX3-T-KIOSK2 dimensions (from below) 49 Figure 32 Fit the stand on the floor bracket 50 Figure 33 Fit the stand on the floor bracket (as seen from below) 50 Figure 34 Attach the stand to the floor bracket 51 Figure 35 Mounting holes 52 Figure 36 Mount TX3-TOUCH-S22 on the stand 52 Figure 37 Mount TX3-TOUCH-S15-B on the stand 53 Figure 38 TX3-T-KIOSK3 dimensions 54 Figure 39 TX3-T-KIOSK3 components 55 Figure 40 Floor bracket mounting holes 56 Figure 41 TX3-T-KIOSK3 dimensions (from below) 56 Figure 42 Fit the stand on the floor bracket 57 Figure 43 Fit the stand on the floor bracket (from below) 57 Figure 44 Mount TX3-TOUCH-S22 on the stand 58 Figure 45 Fit the door on the stand 59 Figure 46 Close-up showing the door fitting on the ledge 59 Version 7 TX3 Touch Screen Installation Manual 5 LT-996 Copyright 2020 List of Figures Figure 47 Swing the door closed 60 Figure 48 TX3-TOUCH-K15-A dimensions (inches) 61 Figure 49 Reinforcement bracket with bolts 62 Figure 50 Reinforcement bracket with nuts 62 Figure 51 Kiosk base plate with bolts 63 Figure 52 Kiosk mounting holes 63 Figure 53 Base plate mounting holes 64 Figure 54 Base plate dimensions (inches) 64 Figure 55 Fitting the Kiosk on the base plate 65 Figure 56 Fitting the Kiosk on the base plate (from below) 65 Figure 57 Attach the Kiosk to the base plate 66 Figure 58 Inside the switching power supply box 67 Figure 59 Power supply voltage selection switch 68 Figure 60 Power supply enclosure dimensions (inches) 69 Figure 61 Single Touch Screen 72 Figure 62 Single Touch Screen with ADC and NSL Lines 73 Figure 63 Touch Screen wiring 74 Figure 64 TX3-TOUCH-K15-A, TX3-TOUCH-F15-A, TX3-TOUCH-S15-A panel components 75 Figure 65 Controller board panel for TX3-TOUCH-K15-A, TX3-TOUCH-F15-A, TX3- TOUCH-S15-A 76 Figure 66 TX3-TOUCH-F15-B/C and TX3-TOUCH-S15-B/C inside door 77 Figure 67 Controller board panel for TX3-TOUCH-F15-B/C and TX3-TOUCH-S15-B/C 78 Figure 68 Ground and power terminals 79 Figure 69 Grounding TX3-TOUCH-F15-B/C and TX3-TOUCH-S15-B/C 79 Figure 70 TX3-TOUCH-F22(-C) and TX3-TOUCH-S22(-C) inside door 80 Figure 71 Controller Board Panel for TX3-TOUCH-F22(-C) and TX3-TOUCH-S22(-C) 81 Figure 72 Grounding the 22” Touch Screen 82 Figure 73 TX3-TOUCH-S15B-WR and TX3-TOUCH-S15S-WR inside door 83 Figure 74 TX3-TOUCH-S15B-WR and TX3-TOUCH-S15S-WR controller board panel 84 Figure 75 Lobby controller board connectors - top 85 Figure 76 Lobby controller board connectors on MD-1245 - bottom 86 Figure 77 Lobby controller board connectors on MD-1086 - bottom 87 Figure 78 TX3-PS24-5A terminal block wiring 88 Figure 79 Ethernet ports and USB ports 91 Figure 80 RS-485 wiring 95 Figure 81 Position of the camera on the inside door 96 Figure 82 Mounting the IP camera in the bracket 96 Figure 83 Mounting the camera bracket 97 Figure 84 Mounting the camera bracket upside down 97 Figure 85 Inside of door showing position of the four #6-32 nuts 98 Figure 86 The two brackets (CH-1165) holding the display 99 Figure 87 Power button 100 Figure 88 Position of the card reader 101 Figure 89 Old and new card reader brackets 101 Figure 90 Old card reader bracket 102 Figure 91 New card reader bracket 102 6 TX3 Touch Screen Installation Manual Version 7 LT-996 Copyright 2020 List of Figures Figure 92 Card reader and old bracket 103 Figure 93 Card reader and new bracket 103 Figure 94 Old card reader bracket 104 Figure 95 New card reader bracket 104 Figure 96 Factory connections on the audio mixer board for TX3-TOUCH-S15-C and TX3-TOUCH-F15-C 106 Figure 97 Wiring the button 106 Figure 98 Factory connections on the lobby controller board for TX3-TOUCH-S15-C and TX3-TOUCH-F15-C 107 Figure 99 Factory connections on the PC sub compact board for TX3-TOUCH-S15-C and TX3-TOUCH-F15-C 107 Figure 100 Display connections on TX3-TOUCH-S15-C and TX3-TOUCH-F15-C 108 Figure 101 Make sure that the arrow is visible 108 Figure 102 Factory connections on the power supply and audio mixer board for TX3- TOUCH-S22-C and TX3-TOUCH-F22-C 109 Figure 103 Wiring the button 109 Figure 104 Factory connections on the lobby controller board for TX3-TOUCH-S22-C and TX3-TOUCH-F22-C 110 Figure 105 Factory connections on the PC sub compact board for TX3-TOUCH-S22-C and TX3-TOUCH-F22-C 110 Figure 106 Display connections on TX3-TOUCH-S22-C and TX3-TOUCH-F22-C 111 Figure 107 MD-1236 112 Figure 108 MD-1105 112 Figure 109 Factory connections on MD-1236 for TX3-TOUCH-S15-B and TX3-TOUCH F15-B 113 Figure 110 Wiring the button 114 Figure 111 Factory connections on the lobby controller board for TX3-TOUCH-S15-B and TX3-TOUCH-F15-B with MD-1236 114 Figure 112 Factory connections on the PC sub compact board for TX3-TOUCH-S15-B and TX3-TOUCH-F15-B for MD-1236 115 Figure 113 Display connections on TX3-TOUCH-S15-B and TX3-TOUCH-F15-B for MD-1236 116 Figure 114 Make sure that the arrow is visible 116 Figure 115 Factory connections on the power supply and audio mixer board (MD-1236) for TX3-TOUCH-S22 and TX3-TOUCH-F22 117 Figure 116 Wiring the button 117 Figure 117 Factory connections on the lobby controller board for TX3-TOUCH-S22 and TX3-TOUCH-F22 for MD-1236 118 Figure 118 Factory connections on the PC sub compact board for TX3-TOUCH-S22 and TX3-TOUCH-F22 for MD-1236 118 Figure 119 Display connections on TX3-TOUCH-S22 and TX3-TOUCH-F22 for MD-1236 119 Figure 120 Factory connections on the MD-1105 power supply and audio mixer board for TX3-TOUCH-S15-B and TX3-TOUCH-F15-B 120 Figure 121 Wiring the button for MD-1105 121 Figure 122 Factory connections on the lobby controller board for TX3-TOUCH-S15-B and TX3-TOUCH-F15-B for MD-1105 121 Figure 123 Factory connections on the PC sub compact board for TX3-TOUCH-S15-B and TX3-TOUCH-F15-B for MD-1105 122 Figure 124 Display connections on TX3-TOUCH-S15-B and TX3-TOUCH-F15-B 123 Figure 125 Make sure that the arrow is visible 123 Version 7 TX3 Touch Screen Installation Manual 7 LT-996 Copyright 2020 List of Figures Figure 126 Factory connections on the MD-1105 power supply and audio mixer board for TX3-TOUCH-S22 and TX3-TOUCH-F22 124 Figure 127 Wiring the button for MD-1105 124 Figure 128 Factory connections on the lobby controller board for TX3-TOUCH-S22 and TX3-TOUCH-F22 for MD-1105 125 Figure 129 Factory connections on the PC sub compact board for TX3-TOUCH-S22 and TX3-TOUCH-F22 for MD-1105 125 Figure 130 Display connections on TX3-TOUCH-S22 and TX3-TOUCH-F22 126 Figure 131 Default jumper settings on PC board 127 Figure 132 Factory connections on the power supply and audio mixer board (MD 1236) 128 Figure 133 Wiring the button 128 Figure 134 Factory connections on the lobby controller board MD-1245 129 Figure 135 Factory connections on the PC board MD-1288 129 Figure 136 Display connections 130 Figure 137 Ground wires 130 Figure 138 Default jumper settings on PC board 131 8 TX3 Touch Screen Installation Manual Version 7 LT-996 Copyright 2020 1 Introduction This manual provides information about the installation and operation of the Touch Screen, and must be read in its entirety before beginning any installation work. Installation must be performed by a qualified technician and must adhere to the standards and special notices set by the local regulatory bodies. Note: Mircom periodically updates panel firmware and Configurator Software to add features and correct any minor inconsistencies. For information about the latest firmware or software visit the Mircom website at mircom.com. For warranty and special notices information see the Warranty and Special Notices chapter on page 128. Warning: The Touch Screen assembly must be grounded by a qualified electrician. An improperly grounded unit can result in equipment malfunction and electrical shock. This manual explains • Touch Screen System • Installation and Setup • TX3 Integration • Resident Operating Instructions 1.1 TX3 Systems The Mircom's TX3 series of Touch Screens provide high quality two-way communication between residents and their visitors in a multi-unit dwelling establishment. The basic TX3 system consists of the TX3 Touch Screen and depending on the application, may be integrated with a combination of Mircom Voice Access, Card Access, and Elevator Restriction Units. All access systems may be networked together using a peer-to-peer RS-485 network, an Ethernet TCP/IP network, or a combination of a TCP/IP network with RS-485 subnetworks. Version 7 TX3 Touch Screen Installation Manual 9 LT-996 Copyright 2020 Introduction A maximum of 63 units are supported on an RS-485 network or subnetwork. Valid network addresses range from 1 to 63. Units with a real time clock, such as Touch Screens and Card Access Units, require the address node to be 1. If you are using an Ethernet TCP/IP network or a combination of a TCP/IP network with RS-485 subnetworks you can add much more than 63 devices to your system. For more information, see section 1.1.3 on page 10 in this chapter. The TX3 system is capable of providing ADC or NSL type voice access control from a single panel or from a networked system. The access system can be configured as an autodialer controller (ADC) or as a no subscriber line (NSL) system. Both system setups can be configured for multiple entrances with independent doors and control devices such as electric door locks, cameras, and garage doors. 1.1.1 ADC and NSL Capability TX3 supports full ADC and NSL telephone connectivity from a single Touch Screen panel or from a networked system. A single panel supports up to five ADC and/or NSL telephone lines. 1.1.2 Elevator Restriction Units The TX3-ER-8 Elevator Restriction Unit limits building accessibility by granting visitor access only to the destination floor. 1.1.3 Other Controllers Mircom devices, such as the Touch Screen and the Lobby Control Unit, can be networked with the TX3 system through a peer-to-peer RS-485 network, an Ethernet TCP/IP network, or a combination of an Ethernet network with RS-485 subnetworks. The TX3 Configurator software can connect to any of these network configurations. How you connect to the network (that is, through TCP/IP, USB, a modem, or the COM port) determines what devices you can configure on the system. The different network configurations are explained in the rest of this section. Figure 1 shows a configuration with TX3 controllers connected on an RS-485 network. Each controller has to have a unique network address on the RS-485 network. Up to 63 unique network addresses can be assigned. If you connect to 10 TX3 Touch Screen Installation Manual Version 7 LT-996 Copyright 2020 Introduction any device on the RS-485 network (using USB, a modem, or the COM port), you can also connect to and configure any other device on the RS-485 network using the TX3 Configurator. Touch Screen Unit Elevator Restriction Unit Card Access ControllerCard Reader A Card Reader B RS-485 Network Figure 1. TX3 devices on an RS-485 network Figure 2 shows a configuration with TX3 devices connected to an Ethernet TCP/ IP network. This configuration removes the 63 device limitation that you have on an RS-485 network. The devices connected to an Ethernet TCP/IP network are called Master Nodes. If you connect to the TCP/IP network with the TX3 Configurator, you can connect to and configure any of the Master Nodes on the Version 7 TX3 Touch Screen Installation Manual 11 LT-996 Copyright 2020 Introduction Ethernet TCP/IP network. If you connect directly to one of the Master Nodes using USB, a modem, or a COM port, you will be able to configure that device but not any other device.

Touch Screen Unit (Master Node) Lobby Control Unit (Master Node)

1 4 GHI 7 PQRS 2 ABC 5 JKL 8 TUV 3 DEF 6 MNO 9 WXYZ

Ethernet Network Card Access Controller (Master Node) * # 0 Card Reader A Card Reader B

Figure 2. TX3 devices connected to an Ethernet TCP/IP network. Devices connected to an Ethernet network are Master Nodes Notes: In order for a panel to be a Master Node it must satisfy the following conditions. • It must be IP capable. Panels that are IP capable are usually denoted by a “-A” at the end of their model names. • If the panel is not a Touch Screen, it must have a TX3-IP IP Module installed. 12 TX3 Touch Screen Installation Manual Version 7 LT-996 Copyright 2020 Introduction Figure 3 shows a configuration with TX3 devices connected on both an Ethernet TCP/IP network and on RS-485 subnetworks. Devices connected to a Master Node’s RS-485 subnetwork are Slave Nodes to the Master Node. Each RS-485 subnetwork can have up to 63 devices connected to it; you can still have more than 63 Master Nodes connected to the Ethernet network.

Lobby Control Unit (Master Node) Touch Screen (Slave Node) Card Access Controller (Slave Node) Card Reader A

1 4 GHI 7 PQRS 2 ABC 5 JKL 8 TUV 3 DEF 6 MNO 9 WXYZ

* # 0 RS-485 Subnetwork Ethernet Network Card Reader B

Lobby Control Unit (Master Node) Elevator Restriction Unit (Slave Node) Card Access Controller (Slave Node) Card Reader A

1 4 GHI 7 PQRS 2 ABC 5 JKL 8 TUV 3 DEF 6 MNO 9 WXYZ

* # 0 RS-485 Subnetwork Card Reader B

Figure 3. TX3 devices connected to a combination Ethernet TCP/IP network with RS-485 subnetworks If you connect to the Ethernet TCP/IP network with the TX3 Configurator, you can configure any of the nodes in this configuration. If you connect directly to a device using USB, a modem, or a COM port, you will only be able to configure devices that are on the same RS-485 subnetwork as that device. Note: Normally, there can only be one Master Node on an RS-485 subnetwork. That is, you cannot connect one RS-485 subnetwork to another RS-485 subnetwork. However, if you want to connect to a Touch Screen panel remotely over the Internet (for instance, to configure Touch Screen options such as color and themes), the Touch Screen panel must be set as an Master Node even if there is no slave panel connected to it. Version 7 TX3 Touch Screen Installation Manual 13 LT-996 Copyright 2020 Introduction 1.2 Features Features of TX3-TOUCH-S15-C and TX3-TOUCH-F15-C include: • 2000 name capacity • TCP/IP capability to remotely program and maintain the system • Built-in HD web camera for video communication to the suite • Optional system diagnostic software for remote monitoring • Multi-language support; English and French are provided and a language editor allows all text to be translated into other languages • Integrated advertising module offsets capital costs and generates recurring revenue for the property • Configurable themes, screens and layouts allow customization to any decor • Built-in Wiegand proximity reader, 125 kHz • Optional high definition AXIS IP Camera • Provision for postal lock • Provision for single door controller (TX3-CX-1NP) • Integrates with TX3 InSuite device Features of TX3-TOUCH-S22-C and TX3-TOUCH-F22-C include: • 2000 name capacity • TCP/IP capability to remotely program and maintain the system • Built-in HD web camera for video communication to the suite • Optional system diagnostic software for remote monitoring • Multi-language support; English and French are provided and a language editor allows all text to be translated into other languages • Integrated advertising module offsets capital costs and generates recurring revenue for the property • Configurable themes, screens and layouts allow customization to any decor • Built-in Wiegand proximity reader, 125 kHz • Optional high definition AXIS IP Camera • Provision for postal lock • Provision for two door controller (TX3-CX-2) • Provision for single door controller (TX3-CX-1NP) • Integrates with TX3 InSuite device 14 TX3 Touch Screen Installation Manual Version 7 LT-996 Copyright 2020 Introduction Features of TX3-TOUCH-S15B-WR and TX3-TOUCH-S15S-WR include: • Vandal resistant enclosure to endure high external impact • 1600 nits high brightness display • 15” color anti-glare, industrial grade, 6.4mm thick glass touch screen display • Touch screen works under any weather condition – rain, snow and even when the user is wearing gloves • Two locks for added security • Bottom firing speaker is perfect for outdoor application • Built-in TCP/IP capability for remote programming • Built-in HD camera and built-in proximity card reader for easy integration to access control panels • Provision to add optional HD IP camera 1.3 Touch Screen Sizes and Enclosures There are three types of enclosures for the 15 inch Touch Screen: kiosk, surface mount, and flush mount. 1.3.1 15 Inch Models The 15 inch Touch Screen models are stand alone, surface or flush mounted. TX3-TOUCH-K15-A. 15” Touch Screen kiosk, stainless steel finish Touch Screen with speaker, microswitch for postal lock, and external power supply. Designed for indoor use. The TX3-TOUCH-K15-A can be configured as a Master Node on an Ethernet network. TX3-TOUCH-F15-A/B/C. 15” Touch Screen flush mount, stainless steel finish Touch Screen with speaker, microswitch for postal lock, external power supply, and flush mounting back box. Designed for indoor use. Can be configured as a Master Node on an Ethernet network. TX3-TOUCH-S15-A/B/C. 15” Touch Screen surface mount, stainless steel finish Touch Screen with speaker, microswitch for postal lock, external power supply, and surface mounting back box. Designed for indoor use. Can be configured as a Master Node on an Ethernet network. TX3-TOUCH-S15B-WR and TX3-TOUCH-S15S-WR. 15” Touch Screen surface mount with weather-resistant enclosure and display for indoor or outdoor use. It comes with an HD camera and card reader, and has provisions for an HD IP camera and card access controller within the same enclosure. Version 7 TX3 Touch Screen Installation Manual 15 LT-996 Copyright 2020 Introduction 1.3.2 22 Inch Models The 22 inch Touch Screen models are surface or flush mounted. TX3-TOUCH-S22(-C). 22” Touch Screen surface mount, stainless steel finish Touch Screen with speaker, microswitch for postal lock, external power supply, and surface mounting back box. Designed for indoor use. The TX3-TOUCH-S22(-C) can be configured as a Master Node on an Ethernet network. TX3-TOUCH-F22(-C). 22” Touch Screen flush mount, stainless steel finish Touch Screen with speaker, microswitch for postal lock, external power supply, and lush mounting back box. Designed for indoor use. The TX3-TOUCH-F22(-C) can be configured as a Master Node on an Ethernet network. 1.4 Touch Screen Accessories The Touch Screen accessories consist of the following items: • TX3-T-KIOSK: Black free standing mount for TOUCH Series • TX3-T-KIOSK2: Black free standing square pillar mount for TX3-TOUCH-S15-B and TX3-TOUCH-S22 • TX3-T-KIOSK3: Black enclosed pillar mount for TX3-TOUCH-S22 • P1264 IP camera • TX3-GPM Guard Phone Module • TX3-CF-003 Optional Fan • TX3-TOUCH-WR-LS Lockset for TX3-TOUCH-S15B-WR and TX3-TOUCH-S15S-WR • DO-CR3 External Postal Lock Adapter for TX3-TOUCH-S15B-WR and TX3-TOUCH-S15S-WR • TX3-USB-AD Kit • TX3-CX-1NP Single Door Control Module, PoE, 12 VDC, 24-48 VDC • TX3-TOUCH-WR-BB Mounting Box for TX3-TOUCH-S15B-WR and TX3-TOUCH-S15S-WR 1.5 Maximum Mounting Height to Comply with the ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) From the finished floor to the bottom of the unit: • TX3-TOUCH-F22: 979 mm (38 35/64”) 16 TX3 Touch Screen Installation Manual Version 7 LT-996 Copyright 2020 Introduction • TX3-TOUCH-S22: 953 mm (37 33/64”) • TX3-TOUCH-F15: 979 mm (38 35/64”) • TX3-TOUCH-S15: 953 mm (37 33/64”) 1.6 Mounting requirements from the 2010 ADA Standards for Accessible Design See ada.gov/ for more information. 308.2 Forward Reach. 308.2.1 Unobstructed. Where a forward reach is unobstructed, the high forward reach shall be 48 inches (1220 mm) maximum and the low forward reach shall be 15 inches (380 mm) minimum above the finish floor or ground. 308.2.2 Obstructed High Reach. Where a high forward reach is over an obstruction, the clear floor space shall extend beneath the element for a distance not less than the required reach depth over the obstruction. The high forward reach shall be 48 inches (1220 mm) maximum where the reach depth is 20 inches (510 mm) maximum. Where the reach depth exceeds 20 inches (510 mm), the high forward reach shall be 44 inches (1120 mm) maximum and the reach depth shall be 25 inches (635 mm) maximum. 308.3 Side Reach. 308.3.1 Unobstructed. Where a clear floor or ground space allows a parallel approach to an element and the side reach is unobstructed, the high side reach shall be 48 inches (1220 mm) maximum and the low side reach shall be 15 inches (380 mm) minimum above the finish floor or ground. EXCEPTIONS: 1. An obstruction shall be permitted between the clear floor or ground space and the element where the depth of the obstruction is 10 inches (255 mm) maximum. 2. Operable parts of fuel dispensers shall be permitted to be 54 inches (1370 mm) maximum measured from the surface of the vehicular way where fuel dispensers are installed on existing curbs. 308.3.2 Obstructed High Reach. Where a clear floor or ground space allows a parallel approach to an element and the high side reach is over an obstruction, the height of the obstruction shall be 34 inches (865 mm) maximum and the depth of the obstruction shall be 24 inches (610 mm) maximum. The high side reach shall be 48 inches (1220 mm) maximum for a reach depth of 10 inches (255 mm) maximum. Where the reach depth exceeds 10 inches (255 mm), the high side reach shall be 46 inches (1170 mm) maximum for a reach depth of 24 inches (610 mm) maximum. Version 7 TX3 Touch Screen Installation Manual 17 LT-996 Copyright 2020 Introduction EXCEPTIONS: 1. The top of washing machines and clothes dryers shall be permitted to be 36 inches (915 mm) maximum above the finish floor. 2. Operable parts of fuel dispensers shall be permitted to be 54 inches (1370 mm) maximum measured from the surface of the vehicular way where fuel dispensers are installed on existing curbs. 1.7 Warranty and Special Notices Mircom values your business and always attempts to provide you with the very best service. Please see the Warranty and Special Notices chapter on page 142 for information about the warranty and special notices about equipment use. 1.8 About This Manual This manual provides comprehensive information on the installation and configuration of the TX3 Series Touch Screen by the installation technician. Tasks are described in the order that they are likely to be performed. 1.8.1 Additional Documentation For additional documentation, see the following Mircom literature: • LT-995 TX3 Configuration and Administrator Manual • LT-969 TX3 Telephone Access System Installation and Operation Manual • LT-5997 TX3-CX-1NP Installation Manual • LT-6618 TX3-CX-1 Installation Manual • LT-6906 TX3 UL Card Access Installation Manual • LT-980 TX3-CX Card Access System Installation and Operation Manual • LT-1160 TX3-CX-A8 Aperio Interface Panel Installation and Operation Manual • LT-9940 TX3 Elevator Restriction Installation and Operation Manual • LT-972 TX3-GPM Installation Instructions • LT-6027 TX3-USB-AD Kit Installation Instructions • LT-6656 Replacement Display for TX3-TOUCH-S15B-WR and TX3-TOUCH-S15S-WR • LT-6074 TX3-CF-003 Fan Installation Instructions 18 TX3 Touch Screen Installation Manual Version 7 LT-996 Copyright 2020 Introduction • LT-6613 RB-MD-1236 Installation Instructions • LT-6912 TX3-TOUCH-WR-BB Installation Instructions • LT-6649 Locksets for TX3-TOUCH-S15B-WR and TX3-TOUCH-S15S-WR • LT-6654 Replacement Inner Chassis for TX3-TOUCH-S15B-WR and TX3-TOUCH-S15S-WR • LT-6659 Replacement Reader and Camera Window Kit 1.9 Contact Us 1.9.1 Canada and USA Phone: 905-660-4655 Toll Free: 1-888-660-4655 Fax: 905-660-4113 1.9.2 International Phone: 905-660-4655 1.9.3 Website mircom.com Version 7 TX3 Touch Screen Installation Manual 19 LT-996 Copyright 2020 2 Enclosure Installation This chapter provides information on how to install the various enclosures and pre-assembled components. This chapter explains • Installing TX3-TOUCH-S15-A • Installing TX3-TOUCH-F15-A • Installing TX3-TOUCH-F15-B/C • Installing TX3-TOUCH-S15-B/C • Installing TX3-TOUCH-S22(-C) and TX3-TOUCH-F22(-C) • Installing TX3-TOUCH-S15B-WR and TX3-TOUCH-S15S-WR • Installing TX3-T-KIOSK2 • Installing TX3-T-KIOSK3 • Installing TX3-TOUCH-K15-A • Installing TX3-TOUCH-K15-A • Installing the Power Supply Enclosure 20 TX3 Touch Screen Installation Manual Version 7 LT-996 Copyright 2020 Enclosure Installation 2.1 Installing the Enclosures and Touch Screen The Touch Screen Kiosk, Surface Mount and Flush Mounts units consist of the following pre-assembled components: Kiosk. The kiosk is a pedestal mounted Touch Screen TX3-TOUCH-K15-A unit and consists of the following components: • Touch Screen Base Plate • Touch Screen Kiosk • Touch Screen Panel • Touch Screen Speakers • Touch Screen Frame • Touch Screen Door Surface Mount. The surface mount unit is a TX3-TOUCH-S15-A or TX3- TOUCH-S22 unit and consists of the following components: • Touch Screen Enclosure • Touch Screen Panel • Touch Screen Speakers • Touch Screen Frame • Touch Screen Door Flush Mount. The surface mount unit is a TX3-TOUCH-F15-A or TX3- TOUCH-F22 unit and consists of the following components: • Touch Screen Enclosure • Touch Screen Panel • Touch Screen Speakers • Touch Screen Frame • Touch Screen Door Version 7 TX3 Touch Screen Installation Manual 21 LT-996 Copyright 2020 Enclosure Installation 2.2 Installing TX3-TOUCH-S15-A 18.920 18.920

12.600 12.600 9 9 5 5 7 7 . . 2 2 1 1 9 9 5 5 7 7 . . 0 0 2 2 0 0 6 6 3 3 . . 4 4 2 2 3 9 0 . 3 0.213 3.500 8 8 6 6 0 0 . . 4 4 1 1

Figure 4. TX3-TOUCH-S15-A surface mount back dimensions (inches) 22 TX3 Touch Screen Installation Manual Version 7 LT-996 Copyright 2020 Enclosure Installation 19.000 19.000 3.622 0.120 0 0 0 0 2 2 . . 6 6 2 2 Figure 5. TX3-TOUCH-S15-A surface mount front dimensions (inches) The surface mount enclosure mounts on the wall. Mount the enclosure right-side up (the Mircom logo on the door is on the bottom). You need: • 6 fasteners appropriate for the wall that you are mounting the enclosure on. Version 7 TX3 Touch Screen Installation Manual 23 LT-996 Copyright 2020 Enclosure Installation Figure 6. Touch Screen surface mount To install the surface mount enclosure 1. Find a suitable location for the enclosure. 2. Using the enclosure as a template, mark the back mounting locations of the two keyholes as shown in Figure 6. Ensure that at least one side is over a wall stud. 3. Remove the enclosure and place the fasteners halfway into the wall into the marked hole locations. 4. Place the enclosure onto the fasteners and lower it so that the fasteners fit in the narrow part of the keyholes. 5. Screw the other four fasteners into the four remaining holes. 6. Tighten all fasteners into place. 7. Proceed with the power supply installation described in section 2.12 on page 67. 24 TX3 Touch Screen Installation Manual Version 7 LT-996 Copyright 2020 Enclosure Installation

2.3 Installing TX3-TOUCH-F15-A 12.600 12.600 18.000 18.000 5 8 2 1 8 . 2 . 2 0 0 0 0 0 8 8 . . 3 3 1 1 0 0 5 5 7 7 . . 2 2 1 1 5 5 0 0 2 2 5 5 8 8 . . 7 7 . . 3 3 0 0 2 2 2 2 0.213 0 0 2 . 1 3.500 1.400 0 0 5 . 2 5 5 2 2 2 2 . . 1 1 2 2

Figure 7. TX3-TOUCH-F15-A flush mount back dimensions (inches) Version 7 TX3 Touch Screen Installation Manual 25 LT-996 Copyright 2020 Enclosure Installation 19.000 19.000 3.622 0.120 1.400 0 0 5 . 2 5 5 2 2 2 2 . . 1 1 2 2 0 0 0 0 2 2 . . 6 6 2 2 Figure 8. TX3-TOUCH-F15-A flush mount front dimensions (inches) The flush mount enclosure mounts directly inside the wall to the wall stud or supporting structure as shown in Figure 9. Mount the enclosure flush with the wall and right-side up (the knockout is at the bottom). You need: • 6 fasteners appropriate for the wall that you are mounting the enclosure on. 26 TX3 Touch Screen Installation Manual Version 7 LT-996 Copyright 2020 Enclosure Installation

Wall Enclosure Frame Front Top Enclosure GROUND SCREW LOCATION

Side View Figure 9. Flush mount enclosure To install the flush mount enclosure 1. Find a suitable location for the enclosure. You can mount the enclosure using the keyholes on the back, or the knockouts on the side, or both. 2. Using the enclosure as a template, trace an opening in the wall for the cutout with one side aligned with the side of the wall stud. 3. Cut an opening in the wall 0.1 inch larger than the trace ensuring that one side is aligned with the wall stud or supporting structure. 4. Insert the enclosure into the wall cutout and using the side of the enclosure as a template mark the hole mounting locations (either keyholes or knockouts or both). Version 7 TX3 Touch Screen Installation Manual 27 LT-996 Copyright 2020 Enclosure Installation 5. If you are using the keyholes, remove the enclosure and place 2 fasteners halfway into the wall into the marked keyhole locations. Then place the enclosure onto the top fasteners and lower it so that the fasteners fit in the narrow part of the keyholes. 6. Screw the other fasteners into the remaining holes or knockouts. 7. Tighten all fasteners into place. 8. Proceed with the power supply installation described in section 2.12 on page 67. 2.4 Installing TX3-TOUCH-F15-B/C The flush mount enclosure mounts on the wall. Mount the enclosure right-side up (the Mircom logo on the door is on the bottom). You need: • 4 fasteners appropriate for the wall that you are mounting the enclosure on. To flush mount the enclosure 1. Find a suitable location for the enclosure. You can mount the enclosure using the keyholes on the back, or the knockouts on the side, or both. 2. Trace an opening in the wall for the enclosure with one side aligned with a wall stud. 3. Cut an opening in the wall 3/32” (3 mm) larger than the tracing, ensuring that one side is aligned with the wall stud or supporting structure. 4. Insert the enclosure into the wall cutout, and using the side of the enclosure as a template mark the hole mounting locations (either keyholes or knockouts or both). 5. If you are using the keyholes, remove the enclosure and place 2 fasteners halfway into the wall into the two top keyhole locations. 6. Place the enclosure onto the top fasteners, then lower it so that the fasteners fit in the narrow part of the keyholes. 7. Screw the other fasteners into the remaining holes. 8. Tighten all fasteners into place. 9. Proceed with the power supply installation described in section 2.12 on page 67. 28 TX3 Touch Screen Installation Manual Version 7 LT-996 Copyright 2020 Enclosure Installation

17 1/2” 3 31/32” (101 mm)

(445 mm) 3 51/64” (96 mm) 22” (559 mm) 1 1/4” (32 mm)

Figure 10. TX3-TOUCH-F15-B/C dimensions 16 19⁄64” (414 mm) 12 19⁄32” (320 mm) 12 3/4” (324 mm) 20 3/4” (527 mm) 4 1/2” (114 mm) 17 9⁄16” (446 mm) 2 7/32” (57 mm)

Figure 11. TX3-TOUCH-F15-B/C mounting hole and knockout dimensions Version 7 TX3 Touch Screen Installation Manual 29 LT-996 Copyright 2020 Enclosure Installation 2.5 Installing TX3-TOUCH-S15-B/C The surface mount enclosure mounts on the wall. Mount the enclosure right-side up (the Mircom logo on the door is on the bottom). You need: • 4 fasteners appropriate for the wall that you are mounting the enclosure on. To surface mount the enclosure 1. Find a suitable location for the enclosure. 2. Mark the back mounting locations of the two top screws. Ensure that at least one screw is over a wall stud. 3. Place the fasteners halfway into the wall in the two top keyhole locations and wall stud. 4. Place the enclosure onto the fasteners, then lower it so that the fasteners fit in the narrow part of the keyholes. 5. Screw the other fasteners into the remaining holes. 6. Tighten all fasteners into place. 7. Proceed with the power supply installation described in section 2.12 on page 67. 30 TX3 Touch Screen Installation Manual Version 7 LT-996 Copyright 2020 Enclosure Installation

23 51/64” (604 mm) 17 1/2” (445 mm) Figure 12. TX3-TOUCH-S15-B/C dimensions 16 19⁄64” (414 mm) 12 19⁄32” (320 mm) 12 3/4” (324 mm) 20 3/4” (527 mm) 4 1/2” (114 mm) 3 31/32” (101 mm) 70.00° 17 9⁄16” (446 mm) 2 7/32” (57 mm)

Figure 13. TX3-TOUCH-S15-B/C mounting hole and knockout dimensions Version 7 TX3 Touch Screen Installation Manual 31 LT-996 Copyright 2020 Enclosure Installation 2.6 Installing TX3-TOUCH-S22(-C) and TX3-TOUCH F22(-C) Attention: The 22” Touch Screen enclosures are heavy (80 lbs or 37 kg). Never attempt to lift this product by yourself. At least two people should lift it together. 2.6.1 Installing TX3-TOUCH-S22(-C) The surface mount enclosure mounts on the wall. Mount the enclosure right-side up (the Mircom logo on the door is on the bottom). You need: 6 fasteners appropriate for the wall that you are mounting the enclosure on. To mount the enclosure 1. Find a suitable location for the surface mount enclosure over a wall stud. The wall must be able to support a weight of 80 lbs (37 kg). 32 TX3 Touch Screen Installation Manual Version 7 LT-996 Copyright 2020 Enclosure Installation 2. Using the surface mount enclosure as a template, mark the back mounting hole locations of the two keyholes as shown in Figure 14. Ensure that at least one side is over a wall stud. Keyhole Keyhole

screw screw screw screw

Figure 14. Surface mounting the enclosure 3. Remove the enclosure and place the top two fasteners halfway into the marked hole locations and wall stud. 4. Place the enclosure onto the two fasteners and lower it so that the fasteners fit in the narrow part of the keyholes. 5. Screw the other four fasteners into the four remaining holes. 6. Tighten all six fasteners into place. 7. Close the door until it clips into place. 8. Proceed with the power supply installation described in section 2.12 on page 67. Version 7 TX3 Touch Screen Installation Manual 33 LT-996 Copyright 2020 Enclosure Installation 2.6.2 Installing TX3-TOUCH-F22(-C) The flush mount enclosure mounts directly inside the wall to the wall stud or supporting structure. Mount the enclosure flush with the wall and right-side up (the Mircom logo on the door is on the bottom). You need: 6 fasteners appropriate for the wall that you are mounting the enclosure on. To mount the enclosure 1. Find a suitable location for the flush mount enclosure beside a wall stud. You can mount the enclosure using the keyholes on the back, or the knockouts on the side, or both. The wall must be able to support a weight of 80 lbs (37 kg). 2. Using the enclosure as a template, trace an opening in the wall for the cut out with one side aligned with the side of the wall stud. 3. Cut an opening in the wall 0.1 inch larger than the trace ensuring that one side is aligned with the wall stud or supporting structure. 4. Insert the enclosure into the wall cutout and using the side of the enclosure as a template mark the hole mounting locations (either keyholes or knockouts or both). 34 TX3 Touch Screen Installation Manual Version 7 LT-996 Copyright 2020 Enclosure Installation 5. If you are using the keyholes, remove the enclosure and place 2 fasteners halfway into the wall into the marked keyhole locations. Then place the enclosure onto the top fasteners and lower it so that the fasteners fit in the narrow part of the keyholes. as shown in Figure 15. Ensure that at least one side is beside a wall stud. Keyhole Keyhole

screw screw screw screw

Figure 15. Flush mounting the enclosure 6. Screw the other four fasteners into the four remaining holes or knockouts. 7. Tighten all fasteners into place. 8. Close the door until it clips into place. 9. Proceed with the power supply installation described in section 2.12 on page 67. Version 7 TX3 Touch Screen Installation Manual 35 LT-996 Copyright 2020

3 2 . 0 0 0 1 7 . 0 0 0 Enclosure Installation 1 8 . 0 0 0

8 . 0 0 0 1 0 . 8 2 5 4 4 . . 0 1 0 7 0 7 3 1 . 0 0 0 1 2 . 7 5 0 1 5 2 . 2 . 4 2 5 5 0 1 2 . 6 0 0

Figure 16. TX3-TOUCH-F22(-C) dimensions (inches) 36 TX3 Touch Screen Installation Manual Version 7 LT-996 Copyright 2020 Enclosure Installation 4 . 1 2 3 5 4 . 1 1 8 1 8 . 0 0 0 7 ( 0 X . 0 2

2 . 50 0 5 . 3 2 5 10 . 8 2 5 3 1 . 0 0 0 2 5 0 . 2 . 3 2 5 5 0 1 2 . 6 0 0 ) 1 7 . 0 0 0 0 °

Figure 17. TX3-TOUCH-S22(-C) dimensions (inches) Version 7 TX3 Touch Screen Installation Manual 37 LT-996 Copyright 2020 Enclosure Installation 2.7 Installing TX3-TOUCH-S15B-WR and TX3-TOUCH-S15S-WR The unit mounts on the wall. Mount the unit with the right side up (the Mircom logo is on the bottom). To mount the unit You need: 4 fasteners appropriate for the wall that you are mounting the unit on. 1. Find a suitable location for the unit. 2. Using the unit as a template, mark the back mounting locations of the two keyholes shown in Figure 18. Ensure that at least one side is over a wall stud. 3. Remove the unit and place the fasteners halfway into the wall into the marked hole locations. 4. Place the unit onto the fasteners and lower it so that the fasteners fit in the narrow part of the keyholes. 5. Screw the other two fasteners into the two holes at the bottom of the unit. 6. Tighten all fasteners into place. Warning: To prevent water from entering the unit, use an elbow connector to run the wires to one of the three knockouts on the back. The elbow connector must point downwards. Warning: Do not mount TX3-TOUCH-S15B-WR and TX3-TOUCH-S15S-WR in any of the TX3 Kiosks. 38 TX3 Touch Screen Installation Manual Version 7 LT-996 Copyright 2020 Enclosure Installation

21/32” 3 13/32” 16 15/32” 12” Mounting holes

22 7/32” Knockouts 8 3/4” Mounting holes 18 3/4”

2 3/4” 12” Figure 18. TX3-TOUCH-S15B-WR and TX3-TOUCH-S15S-WR mounting hole and knockout dimensions 4 1/16” 17 1/2” 23 25/32” Figure 19. TX3-TOUCH-S15B-WR and TX3-TOUCH-S15S-WR overall dimensions Version 7 TX3 Touch Screen Installation Manual 39 LT-996 Copyright 2020 Enclosure Installation 2.8 Installing TX3-T-KIOSK 18.00 5 3 . 3 5 30°

18.20 Figure 20. TX3-T-KIOSK dimensions (inches) 15.19 21.23

The Kiosk mounts to the floor inside the building near the entrance, close to the building power source and telephone infrastructure. Access for the power and communication cables is provided through a cutout in the base plate. Warning: Do not mount TX3-TOUCH-S15B-WR and TX3-TOUCH-S15S-WR in any of the TX3 Kiosks. Note: Avoid placing the Touch Screen in direct sunlight. Install the power supply outside the enclosure. The kit includes: • 1 stand • 1 base plate 40 TX3 Touch Screen Installation Manual Version 7 LT-996 Copyright 2020 Enclosure Installation • 8 #1/4-20 NC screws for attaching the stand to the base plate • 8 screw covers • 8 screw cover bases • 6 #8-32 nuts for attaching the Touch Screen to the stand You will need: • 4 bolts to attach the base plate to the floor. The bolts need to fit holes that are 0.406” in diameter. Nuts (x6) Stand Screw cover (x8) Screw (x8) Screw cover base (x8) Base plate Figure 21. TX3-T-KIOSK Components 1. Ensure that the base plate is aligned with the electrical conduit. Version 7 TX3 Touch Screen Installation Manual 41 LT-996 Copyright 2020 Enclosure Installation 2. Using the base plate as a template, trace an opening on the floor for the cutout and mark the 4 base plate mounting hole locations as shown in Figure 22. Figure 22. Base plate mounting holes Figure 23 shows the dimensions of the base plate. 2.500 7 0 1 . 2 0 5 4 . 2 0 0 3 . 0 1 14.244 Figure 23. Base plate dimensions (inches) 3. Cut an opening in the floor for the electrical and communication cables. 4. Run the wires through the base plate opening. 5. Secure the base plate to the floor using 4 bolts in the base plate mounting holes shown in Figure 22. The holes are 0.406” in diameter. 42 TX3 Touch Screen Installation Manual Version 7 LT-996 Copyright 2020 Enclosure Installation To fit the TX3-T-KIOSK stand on the base plate 1. Fit the back lip of the stand into the notches in the base plate, and tilt the stand forwards so that it rests on top of the base plate. Figure 24. Fit the stand on the base plate Figure 25. Fit the stand on the base plate (from below) Version 7 TX3 Touch Screen Installation Manual 43 LT-996 Copyright 2020 Enclosure Installation 2. Secure the stand onto the base plate using the screw cover bases, screws, and screw covers as show in Figure 26. Screw cover (x8) Screw (x8) Screw cover base (x8) Base plate Figure 26. Attach the stand to the base plate Attention: The 22” Touch Screen enclosure is heavy. Never attempt to lift this product by yourself. At least two people should lift it together. 3. Fit the Touch Screen on the six posts on the stand. 44 TX3 Touch Screen Installation Manual Version 7 LT-996 Copyright 2020 Enclosure Installation 4. Attach the six included screws to the posts. Hole for wiring Nuts (x6) Power and ground Figure 27. Attach the 22” Touch Screen to the stand 5. Proceed with the power supply installation described in section 2.12 on page 67. Version 7 TX3 Touch Screen Installation Manual 45 LT-996 Copyright 2020 Enclosure Installation 2.9 Installing TX3-T-KIOSK2 Warning: Do not mount TX3-TOUCH-S15B-WR and TX3-TOUCH-S15S-WR in any of the TX3 Kiosks. 18” (457 mm) ) m m 3 1

3 1 ( ” 2 3 / 3 2 1 5 18 13/64” (462 mm) 30° 15 3/16” (386 mm) 22 3/16” (563 mm)

Figure 28. Dimensions of TX3-T-KIOSK2 with TX3-TOUCH-S22 46 TX3 Touch Screen Installation Manual Version 7 LT-996 Copyright 2020 Enclosure Installation

) m m 5 91 1 ( ” 6 1/ 1 74 17 1/2” (445 mm) 18 13/64” (462 mm) 15 3/16” (386 mm) 19 9/16” (497 mm)

Figure 29. Dimensions of TX3-T-KIOSK2 with TX3-TOUCH-S15-B Note: TX3-TOUCH-S15-A can also be used with this stand. Attention: The stand is heavy. Never attempt to lift this product by yourself. At least two people should lift it together. To ensure that there is enough room for installing the stand, leave at least 4” (102 mm) clearance between the back of the floor bracket and the wall. Avoid placing the Touch Screen in direct sunlight. Install the power supply outside the enclosure. The Kiosk mounts to the floor inside the building near the entrance, close to the building power source and telephone infrastructure. Access for the power and communication cables is provided through a cutout in the base plate. The kit includes: • 1 x stand • 1 x floor bracket Version 7 TX3 Touch Screen Installation Manual 47 LT-996 Copyright 2020 Enclosure Installation • 8 x screws for attaching the stand to the floor bracket • 8 x screw covers • 8 x screw bases • 6 x screws for attaching the Touch Screen to the stand Weight: 65.5 lb (30 kg) You need: • 4 bolts to attach the base plate to the floor. The bolts need to fit holes that are 13/32” (10 mm) in diameter. Screw covers (x8) Screws (x8) Screw bases (x8) Floor bracket Figure 30. TX3-T-KIOSK2 components 1. Ensure that the base plate is aligned with the electrical conduit. 2. Using the base plate as a template, trace an opening on the floor for the cutout and mark the 4 floor bracket mounting hole locations. 48 TX3 Touch Screen Installation Manual Version 7 LT-996 Copyright 2020 Enclosure Installation Figure 31 shows the dimensions of the floor bracket. Front 7 1/8” (181 mm) Ø 2” (51 mm)9 5/8” 7 27/32”

Back (199 mm) (245 mm)

Figure 31. TX3-T-KIOSK2 dimensions (from below) 3. Cut an opening in the floor for the electrical and communication cables. 4. Run the wires through the floor bracket opening. 5. Secure the floor bracket to the floor using 4 bolts in the floor bracket mounting holes shown in Figure 31. The holes are 13/32” (10 mm) in diameter. To fit the TX3-T-KIOSK2 stand on the floor bracket Attention: The stand is heavy. Never attempt to lift this product by yourself. At least two people should lift it together. It weighs 65.5 lb (30 kg). 1. Run the wires through the stand and out the hole at the top. 2. Place the stand on the floor bracket, and slide it forwards so that it rests on top of the floor bracket. Version 7 TX3 Touch Screen Installation Manual 49 LT-996 Copyright 2020 Enclosure Installation 3. Ensure that the floor bracket fits into the back lip of the stand.. Figure 32. Fit the stand on the floor bracket Figure 33. Fit the stand on the floor bracket (as seen from below) 50 TX3 Touch Screen Installation Manual Version 7 LT-996 Copyright 2020 Enclosure Installation 4. Secure the stand onto the floor bracket using the screw cover bases, screws, and screw covers as show in Figure 34. Screw covers (x8) Screws (x8) Screw bases (x8) Figure 34. Attach the stand to the floor bracket To mount the Touch Screen on the stand Warning: Use only surface mount Touch Screen (TX3-TOUCH-S22, TX3- TOUCH-S15, TX3-TOUCH-S15-B) with this stand. Do not mount TX3-TOUCH-S15B-WR and TX3-TOUCH-S15S-WR in any of the TX3 Kiosks. Attention: The 22” Touch Screen enclosure is heavy. Never attempt to lift this product by yourself. At least two people should lift it together. It weighs 65.5 lb (30 kg). 1. Align the top two mounting holes of the Touch Screen with the top holes on the stand. See Figure 35. 2. Insert screws into the Touch Screen’s top mounting holes and lower the Touch Screen so that the screws fit in the narrow part of the mounting holes. 3. Secure the Touch Screen with the remaining screws. Use 6 screws for the 22” Touch Screen and 4 screws for the 15” Touch Screen. 4. Proceed with the power supply installation described in section 2.12 on page 67. Version 7 TX3 Touch Screen Installation Manual 51 LT-996 Copyright 2020

Mount the 15” Touch Screen on holes 2 and 4. 1 2 3 4 5 1 2 3 4 5 Enclosure Installation Mount the 22” Touch Screen on holes 1, 3 and 5.

Figure 35. Mounting holes Figure 36. Mount TX3-TOUCH-S22 on the stand 52 TX3 Touch Screen Installation Manual Version 7 LT-996 Copyright 2020 Enclosure Installation Figure 37. Mount TX3-TOUCH-S15-B on the stand Version 7 TX3 Touch Screen Installation Manual 53 LT-996 Copyright 2020 Enclosure Installation 2.10 Installing TX3-T-KIOSK3 Warning: Do not mount TX3-TOUCH-S15B-WR and TX3-TOUCH-S15S-WR in any of the TX3 Kiosks. 61 11/32” (1558 mm)

23 1/4” (591 mm) Figure 38. TX3-T-KIOSK3 dimensions 15 1/4” (387 mm)

Attention: The stand is heavy. Never attempt to lift this product by yourself. At least two people should lift it together. To ensure that there is enough room for installing the stand, leave at least 4” (102 mm) clearance between the back of the floor bracket and the wall. To ensure that there is enough room for opening the door after the stand is installed, leave at least 25” (635 mm) clearance between the back of the floor bracket and the wall. Avoid placing the Touch Screen in direct sunlight. Install the power supply outside the enclosure. 54 TX3 Touch Screen Installation Manual Version 7 LT-996 Copyright 2020 Enclosure Installation The Kiosk mounts to the floor inside the building near the entrance, close to the building power source and telephone infrastructure. Access for the power and communication cables is provided through a cutout in the base plate. The kit includes: • 1 x pedestal • 1 x floor bracket • 1 x door • 6 x #8-32 x 1/4 screws for attaching the Touch Screen • 12 x #1/4-20 x 5/8 screws for attaching the stand to the floor bracket • 2 x keys Weight: 74 lb (34 kg) You will need: • 4 bolts to attach the base plate to the floor. The bolts need to fit holes that are 13/32” (10 mm) in diameter. Figure 39. TX3-T-KIOSK3 components Version 7 TX3 Touch Screen Installation Manual 55 LT-996 Copyright 2020 Enclosure Installation To attach the floor bracket to the floor 1. Ensure that the floor bracket is aligned with the electrical conduit. 2. Using the floor bracket as a template, trace an opening on the floor for the cutout and mark the 6 floor bracket mounting hole locations as shown in Figure 40. Figure 40. Floor bracket mounting holes Front 9” (228 mm) Ø 2” (51 mm)8 11/64” 6 19/64”

Back (160 mm) (207 mm)

Figure 41. TX3-T-KIOSK3 dimensions (from below) 3. Cut an opening in the floor for the electrical and communication cables. 4. Run the wires through the floor bracket opening. 56 TX3 Touch Screen Installation Manual Version 7 LT-996 Copyright 2020 Enclosure Installation 5. Secure the floor bracket to the floor using 6 bolts through the floor bracket mounting holes shown in Figure 40. The holes are 13/32” (10 mm) in diameter. To fit the TX3-T-KIOSK3 stand on the floor bracket Attention: The stand is heavy. Never attempt to lift this product by yourself. At least two people should lift it together. It weighs 74 lb (34 kg). 1. Fit the back lip of the stand into the notches in the floor bracket, and tilt the stand forwards so that it rests on top of the floor bracket. Figure 42. Fit the stand on the floor bracket Figure 43. Fit the stand on the floor bracket (from below) Version 7 TX3 Touch Screen Installation Manual 57 LT-996 Copyright 2020

Enclosure Installation To fit the Touch Screen on the stand Warning: Use only the 22 inch flush mount Touch Screen (TX3-TOUCH F22) with this stand. Do not mount TX3-TOUCH-S15B-WR and TX3-TOUCH-S15S-WR in any of the TX3 Kiosks. Attention: The 22” Touch Screen enclosure is heavy. Never attempt to lift this product by yourself. At least two people should lift it together. 1. Fit the Touch Screen on the six studs on the stand. 2. Attach the 6 included screws to the studs. 3. Run the wires through the knockout at the bottom of the Touch Screen. Figure 44. Mount TX3-TOUCH-S22 on the stand

58 TX3 Touch Screen Installation Manual Version 7 LT-996 Copyright 2020 Enclosure Installation To Attach the door 1. Fit the door into the opening so that it rests on the ledge. Figure 45. Fit the door on the stand Figure 46. Close-up showing the door fitting on the ledge Version 7 TX3 Touch Screen Installation Manual 59 LT-996 Copyright 2020 Enclosure Installation 2. Swing the door down and lock it. Figure 47. Swing the door closed 3. Proceed with the power supply installation described in section 2.12 on page 67. 60 TX3 Touch Screen Installation Manual Version 7 LT-996 Copyright 2020 Enclosure Installation

2.11 Installing TX3-TOUCH-K15-A 0 . 0 5 17.950 14.187

Figure 48. TX3-TOUCH-K15-A dimensions (inches) The Kiosk mounts to the floor inside the building near the entrance, close to the power source and telephone infrastructure. Access for the power and communication cables is provided through a cutout in the base plate. To install the Kiosk you must: • Remove the reinforcement bracket and the base plate. • Attach the base plate to the floor, and run the wiring through the base plate opening. • Attach the Kiosk to the base plate. • Attach the reinforcement bracket to the Kiosk. Follow the instructions below to complete these steps. You will need: 4 bolts to attach the base plate to the floor. The holes in the base plate are 0.406” in diameter. Version 7 TX3 Touch Screen Installation Manual 61 LT-996 Copyright 2020 Enclosure Installation To install the Touch Screen Kiosk base plate 1. Find a suitable location for the Kiosk next to the building entrance and above the building electrical and communications conduit. 2. Remove the door from the Kiosk. 3. Remove the 4 bolts from the reinforcement bracket, as shown in Figure 49. Figure 49. Reinforcement bracket with bolts 4. Remove the 6 nuts on the reinforcement bracket, as show in Figure 50, and then remove the bracket. Figure 50. Reinforcement bracket with nuts 62 TX3 Touch Screen Installation Manual Version 7 LT-996 Copyright 2020 Enclosure Installation 5. Remove the remaining 8 bolts that attach the Kiosk to the base plate, as shown in Figure 51. Figure 51. Kiosk base plate with bolts The 12 Kiosk mounting holes in the base plate are shown in Figure 52. Figure 52. Kiosk mounting holes Version 7 TX3 Touch Screen Installation Manual 63 LT-996 Copyright 2020 Enclosure Installation 6. Using the Kiosk base plate as a template, trace an opening in the floor for the cutout and mark the 4 base plate mounting hole locations as shown in Figure 53. Ensure that the base plate is aligned with the electrical conduit. Figure 53. Base plate mounting holes Figure 54 shows the dimensions of the base plate. 2.500 7 0 1 . 2 0 5 4 . 2 0 0 3 . 0 1 14.244 Figure 54. Base plate dimensions (inches) 7. Cut an opening in the floor for the electrical and communication cables. 8. Run the wires through the base plate opening. 9. Secure the base plate to the floor using 4 bolts in the base plate mounting holes shown in Figure 53. The holes are 0.406” in diameter. 64 TX3 Touch Screen Installation Manual Version 7 LT-996 Copyright 2020 Enclosure Installation To fit the Touch Screen Kiosk on the base plate 1. Fit the back lip of the Kiosk into the notches in the base plate, and tilt the Kiosk forwards so that it rests on top of the base plate. Figure 55. Fitting the Kiosk on the base plate Figure 56. Fitting the Kiosk on the base plate (from below) Version 7 TX3 Touch Screen Installation Manual 65 LT-996 Copyright 2020 Enclosure Installation 2. Secure the Kiosk onto the base plate using the 8 of the 12 base plate bolts in the holes shown in Figure 57. Attach the Kiosk to the base plate with bolts in these holes first Figure 57. Attach the Kiosk to the base plate 3. Position the reinforcement bracket over the 6 studs on the inside of the Kiosk, and screw the 6 nuts on to the studs as shown in Figure 50. 4. Secure the reinforcement bracket to the base plate using the remaining 4 base plate bolts in the remaining 4 holes in the base plate. 5. Fit the door to the Kiosk. 6. Proceed with the power supply installation described in section 2.12 on page 67. 66 TX3 Touch Screen Installation Manual Version 7 LT-996 Copyright 2020 Enclosure Installation 2.12 Installing the Power Supply Enclosure The Touch Screen TX3-PS24-5A external power supply is a 156 W, 24 V single output switching power supply encased inside a metal enclosure. A voltage selectable switch is located on the side of the power supply and is factory set to 115V but can be switched to 230V. Attention: Install the power supply indoors. To set the voltage on the Switching Power Supply 1. Ensure that the TX3 unit is off and that all power is disconnected. Warning: The power must be turned off before the switching power supply is accessed. Failure to due so may result in damage to the equipment or electric shock that can lead to death. 2. Open the switching power supply box using the key for the TX3 unit. The switching power supply unit is secured inside the box by metal guides and two screws on either side of the terminal block. Unscrew and remove the screws on both sides of the terminal block. V+ V+ V- V N L Figure 58. Inside the switching power supply box 3. Lift the switching power supply unit out of its box to access the red voltage selection switch. Version 7 TX3 Touch Screen Installation Manual 67 LT-996 Copyright 2020 Enclosure Installation 4. Switch the voltage selection switch to the required voltage level. Place a flathead screwdriver in between one of the holes in the chassis to access the switch. By default it is set to 115 Volts. V 0 3 2 Figure 59. Power supply voltage selection switch 5. Place the switching power supply back into the box using the metal guides to position it and then replace the screws on both sides of the terminal block to secure it into the box. 6. Reconnect the power. The external power supply connects to the building power AC power supply. It is recommended that the unit is powered by its own dedicated electrical outlet to protect it from excessive power surges and current fluctuations. Overall dimensions: height: 7 23/32” (196 mm), width: 9 53/64” (250 mm), depth: 2 3/8” (60.5 mm) Knockout dimensions: 1 1/8” (29 mm) and 7/8” (22 mm) 68 TX3 Touch Screen Installation Manual Version 7 LT-996 Copyright 2020 Enclosure Installation Back View SideView Figure 60. Power supply enclosure dimensions (inches) To surface mount the power supply enclosure Attention: Install the power supply outside the Touch Screen enclosure. You need: 4 fasteners appropriate for the wall that you are mounting the enclosure on. 1. Find a suitable location for the power supply enclosure, such as over a wall stud. 2. Using the enclosure as a template, mark the two top mounting hole locations as indicated in Figure 60. Ensure that at least one side is over a wall stud. 3. Remove the enclosure and place two wall fasteners halfway into the marked hole locations. 4. Place the enclosure onto the fasteners and lower it so that the fasteners fit in the narrow part of the keyholes. 5. Screw the other two fasteners into the two remaining holes. 6. Tighten all four fasteners into place. Note: The enclosure can also be mounted directly onto the drywall using anchors. Version 7 TX3 Touch Screen Installation Manual 69 LT-996 Copyright 2020 3 Touch Screen System and Setup This chapter describes the basic Touch Screen system, main panel, controller board components and provides information about its operation and setup. This chapter explains • Installation Prerequisites • Touch Screen System • TX3-TOUCH-K15-A, TX3-TOUCH-F15-A, TX3-TOUCH-S15-A Main Panel, Boards, and Grounding • TX3-TOUCH-F15-B/C and TX3-TOUCH-S15-B/C Inside Door, Boards, and Grounding • TX3-TOUCH-F22(-C) and TX3-TOUCH-S22(-C) Inside Door, Boards, and Grounding • TX3-TOUCH-S15B-WR and TX3-TOUCH-S15S-WR Inside Door, Boards, and Grounding • Lobby Controller Board • Connecting to the External Power Supply • Turning the Touch Screen On and Off • Installing the Postal Lock on TX3 Touch Indoor Units • Beginning Configuration • Installing Other Optional and Replacement Components • Installing the P1264 IP camera • Installing the P1264 IP camera • Replacing the Display on the 22” Touch Screen • Installing the Optional TX3-DELTA5 Card Reader 70 TX3 Touch Screen Installation Manual Version 7 LT-996 Copyright 2020 Touch Screen System and Setup 3.1 Installation Prerequisites • Verify that the building telephone infrastructure is operational. When wiring an NSL installation it may be necessary to check each resident’s line. • Ensure there is a provision for a ground circuit. The Voice Access System assembly must be grounded by a qualified electrician. An improperly grounded unit can result in equipment malfunction and void the warranty. • Use the latest Voice Access System controller firmware. Mircom periodically updates panel firmware and Configurator Software to add features and correct any minor inconsistencies. For information about the latest firmware or software visit the ‘Manuals and Downloads’ section of the Mircom website at mircom.com. 3.2 Touch Screen System The TX3 Touch Screen may be networked with a combination of Voice Access and Card Access Units through a peer-to-peer RS-485 connection. Touch Screen is capable of providing ADC or NSL voice access from a single panel or from a networked system. Each outside telephone line requires a separate line to the control panel inside the Touch Screen. The following figures depict various Touch Screen network scenarios. Note: Install all transformers and power supplies outside the Touch Screen enclosure. Mircom recommends using a 500 VA uninterruptible power supply with 15 inch Touch Screens, and a 1000 VA uninterruptible power supply with 22 inch Touch Screens. All wiring is a maximum length of 1000 ft. The RS-485 wiring maximum length is 4000 ft. All units use the TX3-PS24-5A power supply. Refer to section 2.12 on page 67 or document LT-1094 Power Supply Voltage Selection. The door strike power supply depends on the door strike power requirements. Version 7 TX3 Touch Screen Installation Manual 71 LT-996 Copyright 2020 Touch Screen System and Setup 3.2.1 Single Touch Screen Figure 61 shows the simplest configuration for an ADC or NSL telephone system. Telephone outlet Central office line NSL Control Unit T/R Line1 Line1 OR Touch Screen Touch Screen Figure 61. Single Touch Screen 72 TX3 Touch Screen Installation Manual Version 7 LT-996 Copyright 2020 Touch Screen System and Setup Figure 62 shows a configuration using one Touch Screen connected to one ADC line and four NSL lines. Telephone outlet Central office line

NSL Control Unit NSL Control Unit NSL Control Unit NSL Control Unit

T/R Line1 T/R T/R T/R T/R Line2 Line3 Line4 Line5 Touch Screen

Figure 62. Single Touch Screen with ADC and NSL Lines Version 7 TX3 Touch Screen Installation Manual 73 LT-996 Copyright 2020 Touch Screen System and Setup 3.2.2 Touch Screen Field Wiring Figure 63 shows the inputs and outputs for the Touch Screen. NSL Control OR Unit Telephone outlet Central office line

Electrical room T/R T/R

INPUTS OUTPUTS Line1 General

Fire panel Main Door Postal 1 pair Telephone Door Strike AC Aux Door Form C relay purpose output 1 (form C relay

over-ride 1 pair wire contact contacts)

Sense Lock 1 pair or DC

22 AWG 1 pair 22 AWG 1 pair 22 AWG Shielded or unshielded Touch Screen 18 AWG 1 pair 18 AWG 3 wires 22 AWG Internet and VOIP Cat 5

RS-485 Cat 5 cable P1264 IP camera Network

communication 1 pair 22 AWG 1 pair 22 AWG 3 wires 22 AWG 1 pair 18 AWG General Cat 5 12 VDC/0.5A USB Keyboard and mouse for configuration

General purpose input 2 General purpose input 1 For gauges see Table 1 18 AWG purpose output 2 (form C relay contacts) Aux power

Electrical room 120 VAC 60HZ Power supply 24 VDC TX3-PS24-5A Power transformer AC or DC Door strike supply

Figure 63. Touch Screen wiring Unless specified otherwise, all wiring is a maximum length of 1000 ft (304.8 m). RS-485 maximum length: 4000 feet (1219.2 m). The door strike power supply depends on the door strike power requirements. See section 3.8.1 on page 88 for the maximum power supply wire distances. 74 TX3 Touch Screen Installation Manual Version 7 LT-996 Copyright 2020 Touch Screen System and Setup 3.3 TX3-TOUCH-K15-A, TX3-TOUCH-F15-A, TX3-TOUCH-S15-A Main Panel, Boards, and Grounding 3.3.1 Main Panel On the Kiosk, the Touch Screen Panel is situated behind the front cover. To access the panel, unlock the Touch Screen and pull open the front cover. The 15” Touch Screen Panel contains the following main components as shown in Figure 64: • ON/OFF Switch • USB Port • Camera • Postal Lock (optional) • Microphone Screw

ON/OFF Switch USB Port Camera Postal Lock Microphone

Touch Screen Screw Figure 64. TX3-TOUCH-K15-A, TX3-TOUCH-F15-A, TX3-TOUCH-S15-A panel components 3.3.2 Controller Boards The following Touch Screen controller boards are situated on a panel behind the 15” Touch Screen Panel as shown in Figure 65: • Lobby Controller Board (also called Telephone Access controller board) Version 7 TX3 Touch Screen Installation Manual 75 LT-996 Copyright 2020 Touch Screen System and Setup • PC Sub Compact Board • Power Supply Board • Audio Mixer Board To access the panel, remove the two screws and swing open the Touch Screen panel. Telephone Line PC Sub Compact Board

Power Terminals (not polarity sensitive) Microphone and Speaker Connections from Telephone Access Controller Microphone Connection from Touch Screen Power Supply Board Ethernet USB Audio Mixer Board On/Off Speaker Connections Blk Wht Microphone and Speaker Connections to Audio Mixer Telephone Access Controller SW1 USB On/Off Postal Lock Input 1 Chassis Ground

Figure 65. Controller board panel for TX3-TOUCH-K15-A, TX3-TOUCH-F15-A, TX3-TOUCH-S15-A 3.3.3 Grounding Grounding reduces the risk of electrical shock by providing an alternate escape route for the electrical current. Touch Screen is equipped with a 16 gauge electrical wire attached to the panel chassis ground post as shown in Figure 65. To ground the Touch Screen attach one end of the supplied cable to a suitable grounding wire and connect it to the site ground. 76 TX3 Touch Screen Installation Manual Version 7 LT-996 Copyright 2020 Touch Screen System and Setup 3.4 TX3-TOUCH-F15-B/C and TX3-TOUCH-S15-B/C Inside Door, Boards, and Grounding 3.4.1 Inside Door The inside doors of TX3-TOUCH-F15-B/C and TX3-TOUCH-S15-B/C contain the following components as shown in Figure 66: • Speakers • Camera • Postal Lock (optional) • Fan (optional) • Microphone • P300 Card Reader • Keyhole Speakers Camera Microphone Postal Lock Switch Postal Lock P300 Card Reader

Fan Keyhole

Figure 66. TX3-TOUCH-F15-B/C and TX3-TOUCH-S15-B/C inside door Version 7 TX3 Touch Screen Installation Manual 77 LT-996 Copyright 2020 Touch Screen System and Setup 3.4.2 Controller Boards The TX3-TOUCH-F15-B/C and TX3-TOUCH-S15-B/C contain the following components and controller boards as shown in Figure 67: • On/Off Switch • USB Port • Lobby Controller Board (also called Telephone Access controller board) • PC Sub Compact Board • Power Supply and Audio Mixer Board To access the panel, unlock the door and swing it open. Telephone Line PC Sub Compact Board

USB Port for Keyboard On/Off Switch Ethernet USB Power Supply and Audio Mixer Board Lobby Controller USB On/Off

Figure 67. Controller board panel for TX3-TOUCH-F15-B/C and TX3-TOUCH-S15-B/C 78 TX3 Touch Screen Installation Manual Version 7 LT-996 Copyright 2020 Touch Screen System and Setup 3.4.3 Grounding Grounding reduces the risk of electrical shock by providing an alternate escape route for the electrical current. To ground TX3-TOUCH-F15-B/C and TX3-TOUCH-S15-B/C 1. The ground terminal is shown in Figure 68. PC Sub Compact Board

Power Terminals +− Ground Screw 16 Gauge Wire to Ground Ethernet USB Power Supply and Audio Mixer Board Lobby Controller On/Off USB On/Off Switch

Figure 68. Ground and power terminals 2. Attach the ground screw to a suitable grounding wire and connect it to the site ground, as shown in Figure 69. Power Terminals +− Ground Screw 16 Gauge Wire 16 Gauge Wire to Ground to Ground Figure 69. Grounding TX3-TOUCH-F15-B/C and TX3-TOUCH-S15-B/C Version 7 TX3 Touch Screen Installation Manual 79 LT-996 Copyright 2020 Touch Screen System and Setup 3.5 TX3-TOUCH-F22(-C) and TX3-TOUCH-S22(-C) Inside Door, Boards, and Grounding The 22” Touch Screen inside doors contain the following components as shown in Figure 70: • Speakers • Camera • Postal Lock (optional) • Fan (optional) • Microphone • P300 Card Reader • Keyhole Speakers Camera Microphone Postal Lock Switch Postal Lock P300 Card Reader

Fan Keyhole

Figure 70. TX3-TOUCH-F22(-C) and TX3-TOUCH-S22(-C) inside door 80 TX3 Touch Screen Installation Manual Version 7 LT-996 Copyright 2020


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