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  • Xsite Traxx and Tiles must span across the 3” extender.Traxx and tiles are available in 3” increments.The 3” extender is made up from two verticals.
  • 2010 Xsite

    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. Xsite makes the most of wall and floor space.<br />
    3. 3. Xsite<br />Design Freely.<br />Functionality meets beauty.<br />Additional flexibility built with Traxx.<br />
    4. 4. Xsite Frames Statement of Line<br />Page 114<br />Frames are in standard sizes 6” increments from 18”-48”.<br />Mid-frame supports ship in the 4 and 2 high segments if available.<br />3” extenders offer the ability to work around architectural obstacles.<br />Stacking offers a total height of 7-high.<br />Frames include:<br />Frame <br />Attachment Software<br />Wireway covers<br />Power distribution on a powered frame.<br />
    5. 5. Xsite <br />Connectors & Trim Statement of Line<br />Page 115<br />Connectors are dedicated.<br />Connectors Include:<br />Topcap<br />Connector<br />Fastners<br />Top caps are available as curved or flat in paint or wood.<br />End trims and Top caps have a unique finish.<br />
    6. 6. Xsite <br />Traxx & Tiles Statement of Line<br />Page 116<br />Xsite Traxx is not the same as traditional Traxx and can not be hung on the wall.<br />Tiles come in many different styles to compliment any interior.<br />Tiles are available in a variety of sizes.<br />Acoustical tiles are the most cost effective and can be field scribed.<br />Use Xsite Traxx instead of a slat tile to hang tools.<br />Storage tiles offer many organizational alternatives.<br />Glass tiles are inset.<br />
    7. 7. Xsite <br />Power & Data Statement of Line<br />Page 117<br />Select from a 10-wired shared or<br />10-wire independent electrical system.<br />Each electrical system is independent.<br />You can select powered and non-powered panels.<br />Adding a wireway harness to a non-powered panel is the same price as a powered panel.<br />Jumpers, Duplexes and power entries are specified separately.<br />
    8. 8. Xsite Overview<br />Page 118<br />Panel is 3” thick.<br />Panels are based on segment heights.<br />The sectional appearance can be gained based on tile placement.<br />Power is run at the base and data runs at the top.<br />The frame is bolted together.<br />You have the ability to stack panels in achieving privacy.<br />
    9. 9. Xsite Frames<br />Page 119<br />Frames Include:<br />Wireway covers<br />Glides<br />Attachment hardware<br />Mid-frame supports<br />Base wireway harness on powered frames<br />Frame-to-frame connection is with bolts.<br />Base frame heights go from 2-5 high.<br />Frame widths go from 18”, 24”, 30”, 36”, 42” and 48”.<br />What are the benefits of a 3” extender?<br />Frames can be purchased powered or non-powered.<br />
    10. 10. Drawing Xsite<br />Image taken from CAP.<br />Xsite can also be specified in e-magine.<br />Red text is the top cap.<br />Yellow text is Xsite Traxx.<br />The segments heights are referenced at the left from 1-5 high.<br />Frame sizes match the wireway covers at the bottom.<br />The mid-frame supports are shown in green at the 2 and 4 position.<br />Elevation has a front and back designation on the run.<br />
    11. 11. Xsite 3” Extender<br />Page 119<br />Correct<br />Incorrect<br />
    12. 12. Xsite<br />Off-Module Frames<br />Page 120<br />Off-module frames are 18”, 24” and 30”. <br />Base heights for a off-module connection must match to be load bearing.<br />You must connect to two points on the frame.<br />You can not bring electrical through this type of connection.<br />When using the curved top cap an off-modular splice can contour the transition between runs.<br />
    13. 13. Xsite attached to Traditional Traxx<br />Xsite Traxx is available in all colors.<br />Xsite Traxx and Traditional Traxx have a different profile.<br />Note the difference in height which is negligible when an overhead or worksurface is mounted.<br />When mounting Xsite onto Traxx there is a gap below the bottom Traxx rail to the floor.<br />
    14. 14. Xsite<br />Stacking Frames<br />Page 121<br />You can chose to select a 1 or 2 high stacking frame.<br />The maximum stack height is 7 high.<br />Only one stack may attach to a frame.<br />You can not place (2) 1 high stack frames on top of each other.<br />Stack is load bearing given the return panels are the same height.<br />Off-mod frame on page 122 retains same application in planning.<br />
    15. 15. Xsite <br />Stacking Frame Planning<br />Page 121<br />You can place a single stack frame over two base height frames.<br />You can drop multiple heights in a panel run.<br />When using Stack it is important to note that what occurs on one side is duplicated on the other.<br />3” extenders are available for stacking frames.<br />
    16. 16. Xsite <br />Hinge Door & Privacy Panels<br />Page 123<br />The door is always 7 high. <br />Any run with a door is non-load bearing.<br />The door can not be specified on an off-module run.<br />A locking lever is available and is suitable for ADA guidelines.<br />
    17. 17. Xsite<br />Connectors & Trim<br />Page 125,126 and 127<br />Top caps are available in wood and paint in curved and flat profile.<br />Top caps can be broken up to match the frame width or to span the total run.<br />Notched top cap, included with power/ data pole.<br />A straight connector can be used to create a vertical break.<br />An off-module splice is required for the wall-mount.<br />Vertical trim is flat and be spanned by worksurface or component.<br />
    18. 18. Frameless Glass<br />Page 128<br />Top cap is sold separately from the glass tile.<br />
    19. 19. Application Guidelines for panel configurations without components<br />Page 129<br />
    20. 20. Application Guidelines for panels without overhead storage <br />Page 130<br />
    21. 21. Application Guidelines for panels configurations with overhead storage<br />Page 131<br />
    22. 22. Application Guidelines for X configurations<br />Page 132<br />
    23. 23. Application Guidelines for 120°/V and 120°/Y Configurations<br />Page 133<br />INTERWORKS<br />
    24. 24. Application Guidelines for Wall- and Traxx- Mounted Panel Configurations<br />Page 134<br />INTERWORKS<br />
    25. 25. Xsite Traxx and Tiles<br />Page 135<br />Tiles lift and lower into place.<br />Xsite Tile must have Xsite Traxx at the top. The exception is the bottom of the lowest tile.<br />You may omit tiles on the side that is not visible. Exception is when power/ data is going through that segment.<br />Xsite Traxx is required for both sides of a panel to attach support brackets.<br />
    26. 26. Xsite <br />Tiles Height Relationship<br />Page ?<br />Xsite base structure is 2H – 5H.<br />Xsite stack structure is 1H or 2H.<br />Xsite does not go Floor-to-Ceiling.<br />Tiles can be used in a variety of combinations up to 5H.<br />2H – Worksurface<br />3H – Transaction<br />4H – Seated Privacy<br />5H – Standing Privacy<br />6H – Clerestory<br />7H – Door<br />
    27. 27. Xsite <br />Tile Availability Matrix<br />Page 137<br />INTERWORKS<br />
    28. 28. Xsite Traxx<br />Page 138<br />Lengths 18” – 144” sold as individual rails cut as needed.<br />Xsite Traxx is always at the top of the structure.<br />Xsite Traxx is required at the top of the tile.<br />Xsite Traxx rails can not be mounted to the wall.<br />Traditional Traxx can not be mounted onto Xsite.<br />It is recommended to separate base height structure from stack with an Xsite Traxx rail.<br />INTERWORKS<br />
    29. 29. Xsite Tile Planning<br />Tiles designs can be totally unique to the application.<br />Be careful of application as to not violate planning/ patent rules.<br />These configurations are not in the pricelist.<br />Horizontal (linear)<br />“Mondrianesque”<br />Horizontal Monolithic<br />Segmented<br />Vertical Monolithic<br />Hi-Lo (city scape)<br />INTERWORKS<br />
    30. 30. Xsite Tackable Tiles<br />Page 139<br />Tiles are required on both sides.<br />Fabric on tiles are always railroaded.<br />Fabric tiles are the most cost effective.<br />Fabric tiles can be cut down in the field.<br />NRC – 0.70<br />STC – 13<br />Glass tiles are inset.<br />Slat tiles are not required to hang work-tools.<br />INTERWORKS<br />
    31. 31. Xsite<br />Storage Tiles<br />Page 143<br />You can not place storage tiles back-to-back as they are taking up the interior room of the panel.<br />You can not use the fold-down tile as an overhead shelf as it will not hold the weight.<br />Storage tiles can receive a variety of tools for productivity.<br />Storage tiles can not cross a frame.<br />INTERWORKS<br />
    32. 32. Xsite <br />Power & Data<br />Page 143<br />The harness width should match the panel width.<br />A power entry is in lieu of a duplex receptacle.<br />All circuits are based on 20 amps.<br />
    33. 33. Xsite<br />Base Wireway and Receptacles<br />Page 146<br />All electrical components are specified separately.<br />Your specification should be complete with either shared or independent neutral.<br />Images are taken from the installation instructions for Xsite.<br />INTERWORKS<br />
    34. 34. Xsite<br />Jumpers<br />Page 147<br />INTERWORKS<br />
    35. 35. Xsite<br />Base Power Entries<br />Page 150 - 151<br />Specify ceiling power entry based on the width of the panel.<br />INTERWORKS<br />
    36. 36. Xsite<br />Mid-Height Power<br />Page ?<br />The power data tile must be built.<br /><ul><li>Harness in the base
    37. 37. Jumper from the base to mid-height
    38. 38. Power/Data Tile
    39. 39. Mid-Distribution Block Bracket
    40. 40. Mid-Distribution Block
    41. 41. Mid-Block Jumper left to right
    42. 42. Panel-to-Panel jumper top-to-bottom.
    43. 43. Receptacles</li></ul>INTERWORKS<br />
    44. 44. Xsite<br />Application Guidelines<br />Page 152<br />INTERWORKS<br />
    45. 45. Xsite <br />Cable Management<br />Page 154<br />Data cables should run in the top of the Xsite structure. <br />Consider what is required in this application if it is necessary to reach the cable.<br />Ch Space between the frame and tile is ¼”. <br />Check the Perks catalog for the power data modules.<br />INTERWORKS<br />
    46. 46. Xsite <br />10-wire (10S)<br />Shared Neutral <br />Page 155<br />The 10-wire shared system provides a solution for an 8 wire system 3 and 1 or 2 and 2 solution.<br />INTERWORKS<br />
    47. 47. Xsite<br />Wire Diagram <br />10-wire (10S)<br />Page 156<br />This wire diagram can be provided to the electrician in an effort to identify the correct electrical solution.<br />INTERWORKS<br />
    48. 48. Xsite<br /> 10-wire (10D)<br />Independent Neutral<br />Page 157<br />The most common solution is actually shared neutral and not independent.<br />INTERWORKS<br />
    49. 49. Xsite<br />Wire Diagram<br />10-wire (10D)<br />Page 157<br />This wire diagram can be provided to the electrician in an effort to identify the correct electrical solution.<br />INTERWORKS<br />
    50. 50. Xsite<br />Cable Management<br />Page 159<br />INTERWORKS<br />
    51. 51. Xsite <br />Worksurface Support <br />Page 446<br />All brackets are specified separately.<br />Edge support brackets have the ability to adjust in ¼” increments up to ¾”.<br />Top caps should be cut around transaction counter brackets.<br />Mid-adjustable support can not be used as sole support at the end of the run.<br />INTERWORKS<br />
    52. 52. Xsite<br />Page 330<br />Brackets are placed every 48” for <br />1 3/16” and 60” for 1 9/16”.<br />INTERWORKS<br />
    53. 53. Xsite<br />Page 518<br />Be sure the profile of overhead brackets match the Xsite system.<br />Only Xsite brackets should be used to attach to the Xsite panel system.<br />INTERWORKS<br />
    54. 54. Kimball Office Resources<br />Dealer Sales Manager<br />Sales Specialist<br />Customer Care/ By Design<br />800.482.1818<br /> Product Technical Support<br />800.481.6696<br />Product Specifier<br />Alibia de Vente<br />Market Education<br />770.265.4006 or<br />Alibia.devente@kimball.com<br />
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    56. 56. www.kimballoffice.com<br />