We will be starting momentarily.<br />For Audio Please Dial:<br />Conference  Call 888.481.3032<br />Passcode 75892620#<br...
Cetra helps you create a warm and professional environment.<br />
Durability and stability:<br />Rigid Panels<br />Solid Steel Construction<br />Mixed Materials<br />provide <br />elegance...
Panel Statement of Line<br />Page 16<br />Cetra panels range in height from 30”-80”, widths from 18”-60” in 6” increments....
Panel Statement of Line<br />Page 17<br />These stack panel types compliment the base panel.<br />Stackable Acoustical<br ...
Connectors and Trim Statement of Line<br />End Trim<br />X (4-way)<br />L (2-way)<br />softened or square <br />Page 18<br...
Power and Data Statement of Line<br />Power Distribution<br />Jumper Cables<br />Power Entries<br />Duplex<br />Page 19<br...
Cetra Overview<br />Page 20<br />Three top cap profiles are available.<br />Panel Thickness is 2 5/8”<br />Power and Elect...
CetraAccoustical Panel Details<br />Page 21<br />Acoustical/ Monolithic Panels are the most popular.<br />Panels include:<...
Cetra Acoustical Panel Details<br />Page 21<br />Panel s are joined with an attachment bracket at the top and base of the ...
Cetra Top Cap Options<br />Top caps are available in either transitional, softened or square.<br />You can select either a...
Cetra Panel Heights<br />30-inch high panels<br />Match the standard worksurface height.<br />Recommended when accessibili...
Cetra Panel Heights<br />50-inch high panels<br />Offers seated privacy.<br />Can use transaction counter here as well.<br...
Cetra Panel Heights<br />68-inch high panels<br />Recommended by BOSTI for standing height privacy.<br />Minimum height fo...
Cetra<br /> Mid-Wireway Panel <br />Page 22<br />Provides the ability to bring electrical and data to worksurface height.<...
Cetra Ceiling Entry Panel<br />Page 23<br />Ceiling Entry panel is at 68” and 80” heights widths is 30 - 48.<br />You have...
CetraGlass Panel<br />Page 24<br />Full or Partial Glass options are available.<br />Glass is ¼” thick.<br />
Cetra Sectional Panel<br />Page 25<br />Consider using these tiles as accents at the wing locations.<br />Panel frames are...
Cetra Sectional Panel<br />Page 25<br />When selecting the glass tiles create a specification during installation to turn ...
Cetra Stackable Panel<br />Page 26<br />Stack panels are available 7”, 12” and 19”.<br />You can stack two panels on top o...
Cetra Stackable Panel<br />Page 26<br />Stack panels are available 7”, 12” and 19”.<br />You can stack two panels on top o...
CetraFrameless Glass<br />Page 27<br />Frameless glass reflects the flat profile top cap.<br />The glass is 3/18” thick.<b...
Cetra Privacy Panels<br />Page 28<br />Make sure your opening is smaller than the door to prevent opening into an oncoming...
Cetra Hinge Door<br />Page 29<br />Available 36” or 42”.<br />Locking lever is available and is ADA suitable.<br />Doors a...
CetraTraxx Starter Panel <br />Page 30<br />This panel is none supporting for components.<br />The panel is 6” and <br />n...
CetraTraxx Starter Panel<br />M Mount<br />You may want to consider creating a perimeter walls with Cetra panels only plac...
Traxx & Tiles with Cetra in CAP<br />Notice the right side of the drawing the overheads are hanging off the Cetra panels. ...
Traxx & Tiles Trim Cap with Cetra<br />Page 314<br />The trim cap is compliments the wood top cap profile of Cetra. <br />...
Panel spacing with Traxx in CAP<br /> Considering the spacing of the panel when working with defined dimensions.<br />
Cetra Connectors<br />Page 30<br />Connectors are 2 5/8” thick.<br />Connectors need to be specified when changing directi...
Cetra Stackable Connectors<br />Page 32<br />There are three ways to order stack connectors which solve different planning...
Cetra Hi-Lo Connector<br />Page 33<br />Three and half key points <br />for the specification. Of a hi-lo connector.<br />...
Cetra Application and Planning for Panel Runs<br />Page 34<br />
CetraApplication Guidelines for Stack Panels<br />Page 26, 32, 35<br />Two stacks can be placed on top of one panel, the t...
Placing Stack in a 4-station cluster<br />The person located in the lower left (chair) position will have stack added to t...
Placing Stack in a 4-station cluster<br />There are 3 possible solutions.<br />
Placing Stack in a 4-station cluster<br />Solution 1:<br />Creates odd spaces that extends stack into other areas.<br />3-...
Placing Stack in a 4-station cluster<br />Solution 2:<br />Least expensive solution however not ideal based on connector h...
Placing Stack in a 4-station cluster<br />Solution 3:<br />Alternative solution that retains flexibility.<br />3-Way/ T Ba...
How many ATET are used in this example?<br />Think about how many stack panels you see in this example.<br />How many stac...
ATET used in this example<br />Did you count 4?<br />Placement of ATET bracket.<br />
Floor to Ceiling Applications<br />Floor to ceiling top channel is available in 12’ lengths.<br />It may be cut in width a...
Cetra Power and Data Overview<br />Page 36<br />Powered panels are shipped with an electrical distribution installed.<br /...
Cetra Power Distribution Assemblies<br />Page  37<br />Power Distributions match the same size as the panel and can be ins...
Cetra Jumpers<br />Page  37<br />Jumpers are used to pass power from one panel to the next.<br />18” panels can pass power...
Cetra<br />Pass- Thru<br />Page  37<br />A pass-thru is used in instances where you are continuing power from base to mid-...
Cetra Receptacles<br />Page  37<br />Each duplex is marked with a circuit designation.<br />All circuits are rated at 15 a...
Cetra Power Entries<br />Page  38<br />Ceiling entry is specified in addition to the ceiling entry panel.<br />Ceiling Pow...
Cetra New York Components<br />Page  39<br />A special power entry is required for New York.<br />All panels should be spe...
Cetra Hardwire Components<br />Page  39 and 43<br />Components should be specified to accommodate hardwire applications.<b...
Cetra 8-wire Electrical System<br />Page 40<br />.<br />
Cetra 10-wire Electrical System<br />Page 41<br />.<br />
Cetra Cable Management<br />Page 42<br />Data cables are routed through the base and mid—wireways.<br />30” or wider panel...
CetraWireway Cover Punch Options<br />Page 43<br />Images taken from the pricelist and installation instructions.<br />
CetraWorksurface Brackets<br />Important: Brackets must be specified separately and sold individually.<br />1 3/16” needs ...
Cetra Application and Support<br />Page 328 & 329 (Footprint)<br />
Cetra Edge Support Brackets<br />Page 449(Footprint)<br />Edge brackets are handed depending on where you are standing, fa...
Cetra Cantilever<br />Page 450(Footprint)<br />Cantilevers are handed.<br />Flat brackets are sold individually however mu...
Cetra Overhead Mounting Brackets & Overhead Ganging Brackets<br />Overhead Brackets<br />Page 519(Footprint)<br />Ganging ...
Cetra Square, Radius, and Curved Profile Overhead Brackets<br />Page 519& 523(Footprint)<br />Images taken from pricelist ...
Cetra Flat and Bevel Profile Overhead Brackets<br />Page 519& 523(Footprint)<br />Images taken from the pricelist and inst...
Cetra Lunar Profile Overhead Brackets<br />Page 519& 523(Footprint)<br />Images taken from pricelist and installation inst...
Cetra Flat Shelf Bracket<br />Page 519(Footprint)<br />Images taken from the pricelist and installation instructions.<br /...
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This is the 2010 updated presentation on Cetra that is used for the specificaiton training sessions available by Kimball Office. The sessions in which this presentation is referenced in P201 and P201-C. If you would like to participate in one of these sessions please feel free to reach out via LinkedIN or register via dealer sign-in at kimballoffice.com.

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  • Cetra panel system evolved from the acquisition of a company named Artec around 1980. This cornerstone to our product portfolio is what we believe is the strongest panel system in the industry.
  • Base waireways can accommodate (18) ¼” cables at 40% file and (44) 1/4” cables at 100%.
  • Solid hardboard center septum is covered with two densities of fiberglass and the selected fabric. 18” W panels can be used to pass power from one panel to another, but cannot accept receptacles. When specifying two grades of fabric on a panel the price of the panel is divided by the total cost.
  • These notes are not available in the pricelist.
  • These notes are not available in the pricelist.
  • These notes are not available in the pricelist.
  • The first panel width mid-height power needs a jumper to go from base to mid-height with an additional distribution specified. Jumper cables will displace one receptacle at base and mid-height. On panels that are 24” and 30” wide jumper cables can connect to at the same or opposite end of an AED. Panels that are 36” wider must have the jumper installed on the same side.
  • An extruded aluminum vertical power pole ships inside of the panel and attaches to the top of the panel with a top cap that is pre-cut. Any excess height telescopes into the ceiling or can be cut to size at the installation site.
  • Sectional tile heights include heights at 7”, 12”,19” and 24”. These panels can be used in combination to other panel types within Cetra without adapter brackets. The placement for tiles is determined based on the frame configuration.
  • Door, for the 80” Panels only. Bottom bracketry to secure the door is generated using the auto-connectors routine when a door is attached to a directional connector. Doors can not be hung on Y, V or Z connectors. Gates can not be hung on L, Y, V, Z, M or W connectors. The gate referenced on this page has been discontinued.
  • The advantage in using this panel is to not have any breaks in Traxx while connecting at any point without interuption.
  • V, Y and Z connectors cannot be used next to hinged doors. Power and data can be routed through connectors. M wall mount works with the thickness of Traxx. It offers no adjustment for out-of-plumb walls. W wall mount offers 5/8” lateral adjustment for out-of-plumb walls in addition to allowing for an adjacent door mount.
  • The hi-lo connector kits cannot be used next to a connector, a z or y connector or floor-to-ceiling channel.
  • Note the minimum wing chart on the right hand side of the page.
  • Overheads cannot be hung in a row of stackable panels where there is a hi-lo.
  • All sides of the stack connector must be counterbalanced. You cannot change height with a stack connector at a connector. Stack can only drop one height coming off of the stack connector at the first panel touching the stack connector.
  • 18” panels are only available with non-punched wireway covers.
  • 2010 Cetra

    1. 1. We will be starting momentarily.<br />For Audio Please Dial:<br />Conference Call 888.481.3032<br />Passcode 75892620#<br />Press *6 to mute phone on/off<br />
    2. 2. Cetra helps you create a warm and professional environment.<br />
    3. 3. Durability and stability:<br />Rigid Panels<br />Solid Steel Construction<br />Mixed Materials<br />provide <br />elegance and <br />options:<br />Panel fabric<br />Painted Materials<br />Glass tiles<br />Warm woods<br />
    4. 4. Panel Statement of Line<br />Page 16<br />Cetra panels range in height from 30”-80”, widths from 18”-60” in 6” increments.<br />Panel Highlights include:<br />Combination panels offer a seamless appearance on one side with fabric on the other. They are used most commonly in reception stations.<br />The full glass panel is available in limited heights and widths.<br />Partial glass offers the glass to set above worksurface height.<br />Tackable Acoustical<br />Combination<br />Mid-Wireway<br />Ceiling Entry<br />Sectional Panels<br />Partial Glass<br />Full Glass<br />Sectional<br />
    5. 5. Panel Statement of Line<br />Page 17<br />These stack panel types compliment the base panel.<br />Stackable Acoustical<br />Stackable Combination<br />Stackable Glass<br />Stackable Ceiling Power Entry<br />Privacy Panels<br />Floor-to-Ceiling Components<br />Hinge Door <br />Frameless Glass<br />Panel Mounted Tackboards<br />Starter Panel<br />
    6. 6. Connectors and Trim Statement of Line<br />End Trim<br />X (4-way)<br />L (2-way)<br />softened or square <br />Page 18<br />Connectors are required with Cetra to create a directional change.<br />End trims are required to terminate a run.<br />You have a choice in a radius or square 2- way connector.<br />S (straight)<br />T (3-way)<br />M <br />(5/8” wall mount)<br />W<br />( 2 3/4” wall mount)<br />Z<br /> (3-way 135⁰/135/90)<br />Y<br /> (3-way 120⁰)<br />Hi-Lo<br />Trim Kits<br />V, 135⁰<br />
    7. 7. Power and Data Statement of Line<br />Power Distribution<br />Jumper Cables<br />Power Entries<br />Duplex<br />Page 19<br />Remember to specify vertical cable managers as they are commonly left off of specifications.<br />Data locations can be placed in electrical punches as long as there is no power within the panel.<br />Wireway covers can be moved to other panels in the field.<br />Hardwire Branching Conduit<br />New York Power Entries<br />Hardwire Box Assemblies<br />Ceiling Power Entry Distribution<br />Hardwire <br />Cover Plates<br />Communication Wireway Covers<br />Hardwire Ceiling Power Entry <br />Vertical Cable<br />Manager<br />
    8. 8. Cetra Overview<br />Page 20<br />Three top cap profiles are available.<br />Panel Thickness is 2 5/8”<br />Power and Electrical run in the base.<br />Panel has a steel J-Channel Connection.<br />Connectors are required for a directional change or terminate a run.<br />You can add stack to change heights.<br />
    9. 9. CetraAccoustical Panel Details<br />Page 21<br />Acoustical/ Monolithic Panels are the most popular.<br />Panels include:<br />Top cap<br />Two wireway covers<br />Power distribution assembly, if powered panel is specified.<br />Attachment brackets.<br />NRC rating = .75<br />STC rating = 22<br />Images taken from installation instructions.<br />
    10. 10. Cetra Acoustical Panel Details<br />Page 21<br />Panel s are joined with an attachment bracket at the top and base of the panel.<br />Vertical slots are located at 1” increments. <br />Images taken from installation instructions.<br />
    11. 11. Cetra Top Cap Options<br />Top caps are available in either transitional, softened or square.<br />You can select either a paint or wood finish for the same cost excluding transitional profile.<br />Worksurfaces in Footprint offer similar rims to compliment the top cap profile.<br />
    12. 12. Cetra Panel Heights<br />30-inch high panels<br />Match the standard worksurface height.<br />Recommended when accessibility between work stations is desired.<br />37-inch high panels<br />Work well with Standing height worksurface.<br />42-inch high panels<br />Best for areas with frequent transactions.<br />Accommodate transaction surfaces with task lights and soffits.<br />
    13. 13. Cetra Panel Heights<br />50-inch high panels<br />Offers seated privacy.<br />Can use transaction counter here as well.<br />56-inch high panels<br />Match height of Radius Profile bookcases and lateral files.<br />61-inch high panels<br />Can accommodate reduced height overhead storage and flat shelves.<br />
    14. 14. Cetra Panel Heights<br />68-inch high panels<br />Recommended by BOSTI for standing height privacy.<br />Minimum height for overheads to allow clearance to the surfaces.<br />Interworks overheads are ideal here.<br />80-inch high panels<br />Allows enclosure with a door.<br />Not much more privacy or acoustics.<br />Stacking options<br />You can only place 2 stackers on top of ANY panel not to exceed 118”.<br />
    15. 15. Cetra<br /> Mid-Wireway Panel <br />Page 22<br />Provides the ability to bring electrical and data to worksurface height.<br />The vertical wireway is 2.6 sq.” and is located 14” from one edge of the panel.<br />It is necessary to use mid-height connectors to continue power at a connector.<br />A powered mid-height panel on ships with one harness.<br />Image taken from installation instructions.<br />
    16. 16. Cetra Ceiling Entry Panel<br />Page 23<br />Ceiling Entry panel is at 68” and 80” heights widths is 30 - 48.<br />You have the ability to go higher with stack, this option gives a cleaner look. <br />Ceiling entry is specified separately from panel.<br />Images taken from installation instructions.<br />
    17. 17. CetraGlass Panel<br />Page 24<br />Full or Partial Glass options are available.<br />Glass is ¼” thick.<br />
    18. 18. Cetra Sectional Panel<br />Page 25<br />Consider using these tiles as accents at the wing locations.<br />Panel frames are not preassembled with tiles.<br />Two tiles are required for each side.<br />Fabric tiles are not tackable or acoustical.<br />Remember that glass tiles reveal rails on three sides which is different a thickness.<br />Slat tiles have 1”.<br />Pass-thru is only offered at the heights shown with the arrows.<br />
    19. 19. Cetra Sectional Panel<br />Page 25<br />When selecting the glass tiles create a specification during installation to turn 1 upside down.<br />Glass tiles can not be used in a 30” high panel. They are not recommend to be used with stack. <br />You would not want to place a glass or ventilated tile on one side with fabric, wood or ventilated on the opposite side.<br />Tiles slide into place on the frame.<br />Images taken from installation instructions.<br />
    20. 20. Cetra Stackable Panel<br />Page 26<br />Stack panels are available 7”, 12” and 19”.<br />You can stack two panels on top of any one panel not to exceed 118”<br />The window panel has an even “picture frame” on all four sides of the panel.<br />The frame for the window panel can be painted, fabric or wood.<br />A floor-to-ceiling top channel can be placed on top of a panel for the appearance of a floor-to-ceiling application. It connects to the panel not ceiling.<br />The starter is available as a special for attaching to traditional Traxx.<br />Ceiling Entry<br />Acoustical<br />Window<br />Pass-thru<br />Combination<br />Starter Panel<br />
    21. 21. Cetra Stackable Panel<br />Page 26<br />Stack panels are available 7”, 12” and 19”.<br />You can stack two panels on top of any one panel not to exceed 118”<br />The window panel has an even “picture frame” on all four sides of the panel.<br />The frame for the window panel can be painted, fabric or wood.<br />A floor-to-ceiling top channel can be placed on top of a panel for the appearance of a floor-to-ceiling application. It connects to the panel not ceiling.<br />*The starter is available as a special for attaching to traditional Traxx.<br />Ceiling Entry<br />Acoustical<br />Window<br />Pass-thru<br />Combination<br />Starter Panel<br />
    22. 22. CetraFrameless Glass<br />Page 27<br />Frameless glass reflects the flat profile top cap.<br />The glass is 3/18” thick.<br />The two aluminum glass holders can be in any paint color independent of the top cap.<br />Frameless glass cannot span more than one panel.<br />
    23. 23. Cetra Privacy Panels<br />Page 28<br />Make sure your opening is smaller than the door to prevent opening into an oncoming aisle.<br />Available 36” or 42”.<br />Door is non-locking.<br />Available as translucent, marker board and fabric.<br />Non-handed and reversible.<br />
    24. 24. Cetra Hinge Door<br />Page 29<br />Available 36” or 42”.<br />Locking lever is available and is ADA suitable.<br />Doors are 1 ¾” thick with a honeycomb interior.<br />Non-handed and reversible.<br />Doors include:<br />Frame and Threshold<br />Top cap<br />Full-length hinge<br />Frame Gasket<br />Attachment brackets<br />Images taken from the pricelist and installation instructions.<br />
    25. 25. CetraTraxx Starter Panel <br />Page 30<br />This panel is none supporting for components.<br />The panel is 6” and <br />non-powered.<br />Image taken from installation instructions.<br />
    26. 26. CetraTraxx Starter Panel<br />M Mount<br />You may want to consider creating a perimeter walls with Cetra panels only placing Traxx on the inside.<br />Cetra requires the starter panel in order to connect. This will not break your application of Traxx and offers the greatest possibilities for reconfiguration.<br />Panel is 6” wide and is non-powered.<br />Traxx Starter<br />
    27. 27. Traxx & Tiles with Cetra in CAP<br />Notice the right side of the drawing the overheads are hanging off the Cetra panels. The left side the overheads are hanging from Traxx.<br />
    28. 28. Traxx & Tiles Trim Cap with Cetra<br />Page 314<br />The trim cap is compliments the wood top cap profile of Cetra. <br />The trim cap is not structural.<br />The trim cap is 72” and is available either painted or a wood stain.<br />
    29. 29. Panel spacing with Traxx in CAP<br /> Considering the spacing of the panel when working with defined dimensions.<br />
    30. 30. Cetra Connectors<br />Page 30<br />Connectors are 2 5/8” thick.<br />Connectors need to be specified when changing direction or at the end of a panel run.<br />End trim is consider a connector as is comes with the necessary bracket assembly for support at the end of a run.<br />An S connector (straight) are available to fill parallel panel runs where one panel run has a connector and the other does not.<br />An S connector is not required to join panels.<br />
    31. 31. Cetra Stackable Connectors<br />Page 32<br />There are three ways to order stack connectors which solve different planning solutions based on application.<br />Stackable connector models include:<br />Connector<br />Connection bracketry<br />Note: Top caps are not included. Top cap from base connector will be used.<br />Order the connector to equal the stackable height.<br />Order the connector to equal the height of both stacked units.<br />Order the connector full height of the base and stack panel.<br />
    32. 32. Cetra Hi-Lo Connector<br />Page 33<br />Three and half key points <br />for the specification. Of a hi-lo connector.<br />1. Direction of hi-lo.<br />2. Height of your drop.<br />3. Width of the lower panel.<br />½. If it is a connector-to-panel hi-lo you need to specify a new connector top cap located on page 100.<br />End trim is 1” thick.<br />Hi-lo Trim Kits Include:<br />Vertical end trim<br />Bracket<br />Top cap for the lower panel<br />
    33. 33. Cetra Application and Planning for Panel Runs<br />Page 34<br />
    34. 34. CetraApplication Guidelines for Stack Panels<br />Page 26, 32, 35<br />Two stacks can be placed on top of one panel, the total height can not exceed 118”.<br />Stack panels are load bearing.<br />Stack must equal the same height on all sides of a stack connector.<br />A hi-lo can not be located at a stack connector.<br />A hi-lo can only be created in line with stack.<br />One ATET bracket ships with each stack panel.<br />Overheads cannot hang on wing wall.<br />
    35. 35. Placing Stack in a 4-station cluster<br />The person located in the lower left (chair) position will have stack added to there workstation.<br />
    36. 36. Placing Stack in a 4-station cluster<br />There are 3 possible solutions.<br />
    37. 37. Placing Stack in a 4-station cluster<br />Solution 1:<br />Creates odd spaces that extends stack into other areas.<br />3-Way/ T Base Connector<br />3 Way/ T Stack Connector<br />4-Way/ X Base Connector<br />4-Way/ Stack Connector<br />
    38. 38. Placing Stack in a 4-station cluster<br />Solution 2:<br />Least expensive solution however not ideal based on connector height as long as it is under 80” total height.<br />3-Way/ T Base Connector<br />4-Way/ X Base Connector<br />
    39. 39. Placing Stack in a 4-station cluster<br />Solution 3:<br />Alternative solution that retains flexibility.<br />3-Way/ T Base Connector<br />2-way/ L Stack Connector<br />4-Way/ X Connector<br />
    40. 40. How many ATET are used in this example?<br />Think about how many stack panels you see in this example.<br />How many stacks are at a connector?<br />How many are left over?<br />
    41. 41. ATET used in this example<br />Did you count 4?<br />Placement of ATET bracket.<br />
    42. 42. Floor to Ceiling Applications<br />Floor to ceiling top channel is available in 12’ lengths.<br />It may be cut in width and depth in the field to the desired length.<br />The height can be cut to a maximum of 2” given the channel is 4” tall. <br />It is available in core finishes.<br />
    43. 43. Cetra Power and Data Overview<br />Page 36<br />Powered panels are shipped with an electrical distribution installed.<br />Duplex receptacles are rated at 15 amps.<br />18” panels can be used to pass power to another however it cannot accept receptacles.<br />Up to 4 duplex receptacles can be used in a powered panels and 8 in a mid-height electrical panel.<br />Refer to page 67 for examples on the variety of jumpers used in a mixture of configurations.<br />
    44. 44. Cetra Power Distribution Assemblies<br />Page 37<br />Power Distributions match the same size as the panel and can be installed on a non-powered panel.<br />There are two wire configurations available for matching building power, 8 and 10-wire.<br />Imagse taken from installation instructions.<br />
    45. 45. Cetra Jumpers<br />Page 37<br />Jumpers are used to pass power from one panel to the next.<br />18” panels can pass power to an adjacent panel however it offer no power access.<br />When an 18” is used in a t configuration one AEJ2 and one AEJ5 must be used to route power through a connector.<br />Note mid-wire jumper examples on the right-hand side of the page.<br />
    46. 46. Cetra<br />Pass- Thru<br />Page 37<br />A pass-thru is used in instances where you are continuing power from base to mid-height.<br />Image taken from installation instructions.<br />
    47. 47. Cetra Receptacles<br />Page 37<br />Each duplex is marked with a circuit designation.<br />All circuits are rated at 15 amps.<br />Image taken from installation instructions.<br />
    48. 48. Cetra Power Entries<br />Page 38<br />Ceiling entry is specified in addition to the ceiling entry panel.<br />Ceiling Power Entry Assembly Includes:<br />Junction Box<br />12’ jumper cable<br />Hardware<br />Basefeed enters from the side of a panel. The typical length is 72”.<br />A power feed reduces one duplex receptacle location.<br />Images taken from installation instructions.<br />
    49. 49. Cetra New York Components<br />Page 39<br />A special power entry is required for New York.<br />All panels should be specified as non-powered given distribution assemblies should be specified separately.<br />Installation for this power connection must be made by a licensed electrician only.<br />Images taken from installation instructions.<br />
    50. 50. Cetra Hardwire Components<br />Page 39 and 43<br />Components should be specified to accommodate hardwire applications.<br />The junction box specified separately is required for each panel that receives a field-installed hardwired electrical.<br />Branching conduit is used between junction boxes and panel-to-panel connections. <br />Cover plates are available in black only. Cover plate is required to cover junction box or power entry boxes.<br />Images taken from the pricelist and installation instructions.<br />
    51. 51. Cetra 8-wire Electrical System<br />Page 40<br />.<br />
    52. 52. Cetra 10-wire Electrical System<br />Page 41<br />.<br />
    53. 53. Cetra Cable Management<br />Page 42<br />Data cables are routed through the base and mid—wireways.<br />30” or wider panels are available to accept optional communication wireway covers.<br />The opening is left of the center to allow for proper clearance.<br />Verify the size of any commercial ports for application of the proper fit.<br />
    54. 54. CetraWireway Cover Punch Options<br />Page 43<br />Images taken from the pricelist and installation instructions.<br />
    55. 55. CetraWorksurface Brackets<br />Important: Brackets must be specified separately and sold individually.<br />1 3/16” needs support every 48”.<br />1 9/16” needs support every 60”.<br />
    56. 56. Cetra Application and Support<br />Page 328 & 329 (Footprint)<br />
    57. 57. Cetra Edge Support Brackets<br />Page 449(Footprint)<br />Edge brackets are handed depending on where you are standing, facing the panel.<br />Edge brackets at corner locations are not specific to hand of bracket.<br />Images taken from installation instructions.<br />
    58. 58. Cetra Cantilever<br />Page 450(Footprint)<br />Cantilevers are handed.<br />Flat brackets are sold individually however must be used in pairs with a cantilever when located at the seam of two surfaces.<br />Images taken from installation instructions.<br />
    59. 59. Cetra Overhead Mounting Brackets & Overhead Ganging Brackets<br />Overhead Brackets<br />Page 519(Footprint)<br />Ganging Brackets<br />Page 523(Footprint)<br />
    60. 60. Cetra Square, Radius, and Curved Profile Overhead Brackets<br />Page 519& 523(Footprint)<br />Images taken from pricelist and installation instructions.<br />
    61. 61. Cetra Flat and Bevel Profile Overhead Brackets<br />Page 519& 523(Footprint)<br />Images taken from the pricelist and installation instructions.<br />.<br />
    62. 62. Cetra Lunar Profile Overhead Brackets<br />Page 519& 523(Footprint)<br />Images taken from pricelist and installation instructions.<br />.<br />
    63. 63. Cetra Flat Shelf Bracket<br />Page 519(Footprint)<br />Images taken from the pricelist and installation instructions.<br />.<br />Bracket image not available. <br />
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