Attaching Temp Scanner to a Wall or Flat Surface

EPICUS-TS

mounting temp scanner to a wall

The unit is PRESET for “plug and play”, ready to scan in about 30-45 seconds.
FOR LATEST MANUALS, SETTINGS OPTIONS, AND SOFTWARE SUPPORT go to support.tempscanus.com

mounting temp scanner to a wall
mounting temp scanner to a wall

Step H

(USB not included)

mounting temp scanner to a wall
  1. SCANNER MOUNTING TUBE
  2. MOUNT HEX NUT
  3. SMALL ALLEN WRENCH TO ADJUST
  4. SCANNER TILT
  5. NYLON CABLE SLEEVE
  6. AC POWER ADAPTER – (12v)
  7. SURFACE MOUNTING PLATE
*For instructions to Change Mask Settings using USB Port, go to support.tempscanus.com

Step A

Choose a safe indoor wall location close to a power outlet where people will not collide with the kiosk. Stay clear of walkways, opening doors or obstacles as well as any direct heat source such as equipment, hot lights, heat vents or direct sunshine.

  1. Draw a level line 48 to 54” above the floor. This will put the scanner sensors where you can adjust the tilt up or down for best performance. Holding the top edge of the plate level under the line, use a pencil to outline the four inside holes in the plate onto the wall.
  2. Wall Mount Notes ** Mounting methods and anchors are “typical” but may not fit your wall type. Consult a service professional familiar with your architecture before choosing.
  3. Remove hex nut (2) from mounting tube. Thread cables thru mounting plate (6) hole and hex nut. Tighten hex nut to secure it to plate turning the screen to the desired direction.
  4. Bend the green cable ends back toward the mounting tube and thread the black cable ends through the black flexible cable sleeve. The green end cables remain hidden.
  5. Use the small Allen wrench from the scanner box to tighten screws behind the scanner and adjust the tilt of scanner.
  6. Plug the round barrel connector into the scanner before plugging the AC Adapter to 110v outlet.

Step B
Mounting the plate to the wall 

mounting temp scanner to a wall
mounting temp scanner to a wall
Step C
mounting temp scanner to a wall
Step D
Cable sleeve
mounting temp scanner to a wall
Step E
Tighten Tilt Adjustment
Tip: Tighten until unit is stiff but where you can still adjust the tilt angle in use.

Step A

Mark the location with a level line.
mounting temp scanner to a wall

Use two top outside holes for drywall and Use Four Outside Holes for Concrete

mounting temp scanner to a wall

Draw in holes to be used to clearly identify center.

mounting temp scanner to a wall

Step B

Securing the wall plate.
Choose Wall Type.

mounting temp scanner to a wall
mounting temp scanner to a wall

Concrete or Cinderblock Wall:

  • Using 3/16” masonry bit (not included) drill the center FOUR holes 2” deep. Take care to drill the center of each hole you marked.
  • Take care to keep the bit straight to avoid wobbling which may oversize the holes where the TAPCON screws will not tighten.
  • Hand insert the 4 blue Tapcon bolts so all 4 are aligned before tightening in an alternating pattern a few turns at a time on each bolt. Adjust to keep the plate on the level line as you tighten each bolt until flush.
  • Take care not to overtighten with power tools which may enlarge the hole in the cinder block so the tapcon screw “spins” and does not grip entirely. You must have at least two firmly secure tapcon screws.
  • If you do make a mistake, don’t worry. There are four more alternative holes in the plate. Take the loose screw out and try again.

DryWall

  • Mark the center of the top two outside holes. Softly, drill ½” holes for TOP (2) holes only. It’s important to go slowly and stop at the back side of the drywall to avoid hitting wiring or plumbing in the wall. Use two “Snap Toggle” bolts to secure the plate. Each snap toggle will hold up to 265 lbs of vertical force in ½” drywall.
Hint: Search You Tube “Snap toggle” for easy instructions. To level your plate, first, hand tighten both toggles before tightening. Align the top of the plate to the level line from Step A before using the wrench to snug the bolts tight.
mounting temp scanner to a wall