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AutoCube 8200

Quick Start Guide

AUTOC-EN-QS-01 Rev D
6/17

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  • Page 1: Quick Start Guide

    AutoCube 8200 Quick Start Guide AUTOC-EN-QS-01 Rev D 6/17...
  • Page 2 Out of the Box Make sure your shipping box contains these items (full kit): • AutoCube camera with protective foam • Stand with cable(s) and clamps • 4 cable covers • Stand clamp • Display and display holder (optional accessories) •...
  • Page 3: What You Need

    What You Need • Drill with a Ø12.5 mm drill bit • Measuring tape • Allen wrench, 3 mm and 5 mm • Adjustable wrench • Hole saw Ø32 mm (optional) • Pliers (optional) • Phillips screw driver (optional)
  • Page 4 Installation Overview...
  • Page 5: Before You Begin

    Dimensions The following are the recommended dimensions for installation. The camera angle (A) and distance from the pole to the center of the measurement area (D) vary depending on pole height (H). Pole Height (H) Camera Angle (A) Distance (D) ≈...
  • Page 6 Hardware Overview Camera clamp USB cable to camera Camera with protective foam Pole Screws used to adjust stand height (x4) Display holder (optional - can be mounted on any side of the pole) Stand cover Mounting screws (x4) Leveling screws (x4) Stand base USB cable(s) to PC...
  • Page 7 Adjust Pole Height Pole height (H) is measured from the top of the pole to the top of the measurement area or scale. Loosen the screws on each side of the pole (4x) using an Allen wrench. Slide the pole up to the desired height. Tighten screws on each side of the pole to secure the pole.
  • Page 8 Route the Cables By default the cables are routed out of the bottom of the stand. To route the cables out of the side: Pull up the stand cover - some resistance is normal. Pull the cables up and through the side exit on the pole. Cable exit...
  • Page 9 Turn the knob to loosen the clamp. Insert the ball of the camera into the clamp. Make sure the camera is right side up (Honeywell logo on front right side up). Adjust the camera to the correct angle (A) from the pole (see Dimensions at the beginning of this document).
  • Page 10: Mount The Stand

    Note: Keep the protective foam on the camera until installation is finished. Mount the Stand Recommended 2 person operation. Rotate the stand assembly upright on the mounting sur- face. Align stand base to previously drilled holes. Note: If cables exit through the bottom of the pole, pull them through the mounting surface.
  • Page 11 Add the leveling screws if needed. Use in case the mounting surface is uneven. The stand must be level Leveling screw Pull the display cable (optional) out of the cable exit (side or bottom), leaving enough for the cable to attach to the display (optional).
  • Page 12 To install the display holder: Decide which side of the pole you want to mount the display holder. Remove the cap plugs so that you have access to the screw holes. Mount the RAM ball on to the pole using 2 screws (provided).
  • Page 13 Run the USB cable for the display through the hole on the side of the pole (close to the display), exiting through the bottom or side of the pole (depending on the installation). To install the display: Note: Depending on your system, the driver for the display may need to be installed from the CD provided with it.
  • Page 14 Secure the display by using 2 small screws (provided). On the back of the holder, screw them into the holes located in the slots. Adjust the position of the display by loosening the clamp with the knob. Set in position and tighten the clamp. Remove the knob, conserving it for future use.
  • Page 15 Go to hsmftp.honeywell.com. Create an account if you have not already created one. You must sign in to download the software. Install the Honeywell Download Manager tool. Locate the AutoCube software in the directory (Software/ Dimensioning/AutoCube). Click Download and follow the screen prompts to download the software.
  • Page 16 AutoCube Registration When you launch the application you will be asked to register your device. Note: You must have administrative rights on the PC to complete the AutoCube registration. To complete AutoCube registration: Launch the AutoCube software. Click on Sign up and follow the screen prompts. Enter your information, then click Next.
  • Page 17 Click on Verify next to the phone number on the screen. You can modify the phone number if necessary. Use the phone number of the person you want to receive the verification code. Click text me or call me to perform the verification. Follow the screen prompts.
  • Page 18 • Set measurement area. Click on the image to select the area. This takes a few seconds then a green circle appears showing the area selected. Click accept or clear to start over again. Note: Each time you launch the AutoCube application, be sure the measurement area is empty.
  • Page 19 Measure an Object To measure an object in manual mode: Place an object in the measurement area. The object must be entirely visible within the camera’s view.
  • Page 20 Click the Measure button and the object dimensions are visible in the panel on the right. The measurement information is recorded in the log. Note: You can also measure objects in Automatic Mode. For more information on using and configuring AutoCube, see the AutoCube User Guide.
  • Page 21: Limited Warranty

    Patents For patent information, see www.hsmpats.com. Disclaimer Honeywell International Inc. (“HII”) reserves the right to make changes in specifications and other information contained in this document without prior notice, and the reader should in all cases consult HII to determine whether any such changes have been made.
  • Page 22 This document contains proprietary information that is pro- tected by copyright. All rights are reserved. No part of this docu- ment may be photocopied, reproduced, or translated into another language without the prior written consent of HII. Copyright  2017 Honeywell International Inc. All rights reserved.

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