To enable the Xerox service representative to safely repair the system,
the work surface should measure at least 41 in.(1041.4 mm) to 30
The work surface of the print server must not impede on the space
required by the press and any attached accessories unless the work
surface is a table that has wheels and can be easily moved.
A secure but accessible place near the print server must be established in
which to store the print server media and software. Xerox personnel may
not be able to provide services unless these materials are available.
The communications cables, which connect the print server to the press,
vary in length; refer to Module Dimensions section of this guide.
If the available floor space is an issue, the print server
components may be placed on the right side of the press.
Avoid placing the print server directly behind the press. Heat
generated by the press may cause the print server to overheat and stop
Environmental Requirements for the Press
50° F/10° C
Customer Site Survey
Customer General Information
Customer Expectation and Installation Guide
90° F/32° C
above 90° F (32°
C) re- quire
meters) are may
Customer General Information
Customer Interview and Physical Site Checklist
After the order for a Xerox press has been placed, the Analyst, Customer
Trainer, or designated Xerox person in the district must visit the customer site
to complete a physical site check. Arrange for a meeting with the decision
maker at the site and explain that it is the responsibility of the customer to
ensure the site is ready for the delivery and installation of the equipment.
This document contains the requirements for the delivery and the
installation of the Xerox press.
Discuss the installation requirements with the customer and explain the
installation process. As each of the following items are completed, mark the
check-off box to indicate its completion.
Show the space requirements for installation.
Determine if a Mobility Assist Device (supplied by
customer) is required.
A mobility plate is required for all movable installations on
carpeting or rough surface flooring.
Installations are generally acceptable on wooden, industrial
linoleum over concrete, or concrete floors.
Ensure that the site meets electrical power requirements for
all modules of the Xerox press, the print server, and any
other accessories that have been ordered.
Determine if the environmental conditions meet
specifications for the Xerox press and print server.
Measure the intended site to ensure that it meets
Walk the delivery path from the dock/entry point to the
must contact the carrier to perform a Delivery Site
Inspection (coded JK1, Misc.). Do not commit to an
install date until this inspection is completed.
Ask the customer if there are any questions at this point
in the pr ocess.
If there are any problems that cannot be resolved,
report them to the responsible team in the district.
Tape the floor in an "L" shape where the left rear corner
of the press will be located.
Visit the site and verify that all requirements have been met. If the site
is not ready, attempt to resolve any readiness conflicts. Perform ongoing
site check updates until the site is ready.
When the site is ready, begin the installation process used in the district.
Ensure that any optional letters of agreement concerning space
requirements are processed properly in the district.
Customer Site Description
Special Customer Site Considerations
(USA only) Are union workers at the loading dock and/or the
Versant™ 2100 Press
If there are any stairs in the delivery path, you