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1 LCC30H-A LCC30H-AT2 LCC30HC LCC30H-A-HASP LCC36-ACT-BIN1 LCC30H-AT LCC30H-ACT2 LCC30HCT LCC30H-AC-HASP LCC36-AC0T-BIN1 LCC30H-AC LCC30H LCC30HT2 LCC30H-AT-HASP UCCBIN1KIT LCC30H-ACT LCC30HT LCC30HCT2 LCC30H-AC-ILC 30-Device ipad, Chromebook, Tablet, and Laptop Cart User Manual Mobile, secure, and powered storage for up to 30 computing devices. Customer Support Information Order toll-free in the U.S. or for FREE 24/7 technical support: Call BBOX (2269) (outside U.S. call )

2 Trademarks Used in this Manual Trademarks Used In This Manual Black Box and the Double Diamond logo are registered trademarks of BB Technologies, Inc. Any other trademarks mentioned in this manual are acknowledged to be the property of the trademark owners. Page blackbox.com LCC30H-A

3 Table of Contents Table of Contents Important Safety Information... 4 Electrical Precautions Specifications Overview Introduction What s Included Hardware Description Configuration and Setup Installing the Handle Fastening the Power Bricks and Routing the Cable HASP Lock Option Using the Intelligent Charging System (SDILCU4) Basket Distribution System Using Your ipad, Chromebook, Tablet, and Laptop Cart Charging Your Computers Moving Your ipad, Chromebook, Tablet, and Laptop Cart Timer Instructions LCC30H-A blackbox.com Page 3

4 Important Safety Information and Electrical Precautions Important Safety Information WARNING! Death or serious injury may occur when children climb on the Cart. The cart can tip over onto the child. WARNING! Avoid uneven loading of equipment onto the cart. Uneven weight distribution could cause the cart to tip when the cart is moving. Ensure devices are distributed evenly within the cart. Excess weight on sides of cart could cause the cart to tip while in motion. Only adults should move the cart. Do not leave the cart unattended in areas where children have access. Do not block the air vent openings. The Cart can be very heavy when fully loaded with laptops and should be moved about by persons physically able to do so. The Cart should only be used for the storage and transport of tablets, laptops, and other similar devices. Misuse, incorrect operation, or inadequate repair of the Cart will void the warranty. Electrical Precautions DANGER! Failure to observe the following electrical safety precautions can result in fire or death by electric shock. The power switch must be in the OFF position before plugging the Cart into a wall receptacle. The Cart must ONLY be connected to a volt AC, 15-amp power supply. The Cart must only be used by adults or with adult supervision. Never pull the Cart by the power cord. Do not plug the Cart in if the switch, receptacle(s), or power cord has been damaged. All electrical components on this product must be repaired by a qualified electrician. Do not use an extension cord in conjunction with the Cart. Page blackbox.com LCC30H-A

5 Electrical Precautions Do not use liquids in or around the Cart environment. Inadequate repair or modifications can create significant hazards to users and is not covered by warranty. For your safety, we recommend that a qualified electrician test the circuit you will be plugging the Cart into. The circuit should be checked for ground integrity and appropriate branch circuit protection. The Cart ground prong must be present for safe operation. If the plug is damaged or if the ground prong has been removed, it should be replaced by a qualified electrician. The use of the Cart, including plugging or unplugging laptops, plugging or unplugging the Cart, operating the control switch, and engaging or releasing the directional and locked casters, must be done with adult supervision. LCC30H-A blackbox.com Page 5

6 Chapter 1: Specifications 1. Specifications Part Number LCC30H-A, LCC30H-AT, LCC30H-AT2, LCC30H, LCC30HT, LCC30HT2, LCC30H-A-HASP, LCC30H-AT-HASP Slot Dimensions on Shelf Table 1-1. Cart Specifications. LCC30H-AC, LCC30H-ACT, LCC30H-ACT2, LCC30HC, LCC30HCT, LCC30HCT2, LCC30H-AC-HASP, LCC30H-AC-ILC LCC36H-ACT- BIN1 LCC36H-AC0T- BIN1 Maximum Device Size Height (in.) 10" 9" 8" 9" Height (cm) 25.4 cm 22.9 cm 20.3 cm 22.9 cm Width (in.) 1.4" 1.4" 1" 1" Width (cm) 3.56 cm 3.56 cm 2.5 cm 2.5 cm Depth (in.) 14" 14" 9" 9" Depth (cm) cm cm 22.8 cm 22.8 cm Basket Dimensions (UCCBIN1KIT) Height (in.) 5" 5" Height (cm) Width (in.) 8.25" 8.25" Width (cm) 20.9 cm 20.9 cm Depth (in.) " " Depth (cm) Device Capacity Number of Devices Number of Shelves Number of Slots per Shelf Number of Baskets per Shelf 2 2 Number of Slots per Basket 6 6 Page blackbox.com LCC30H-A

7 Chapter 1: Specifications Part Number Table 1-1 (continued). Cart Specifications. LCC30H-A, LCC30H-AT, LCC30H-AT2, LCC30H, LCC30HT, LCC30HT2, LCC30H-A-HASP, LCC30H-AT-HASP LCC30H-AC, LCC30H-ACT, LCC30H-ACT2, LCC30HC, LCC30HCT, LCC30HCT2, LCC30H-AC-HASP, LCC30H-AC-ILC LCC36H-ACT- BIN1 External Dimensions (Including Handle) Height (in.) 40.75" 40.75" 40.75" 40.75" LCC36H-AC0T- BIN1 Height (cm) cm cm cm cm Width (in.) 25.03" 25.03" 25.03" 25.03" Width (cm) 63.6 cm 63.6 cm 63.6 cm 63.6 cm Depth (in.) 21.63" 21.63" 21.63" 21.63" Depth (cm) 55 cm 55 cm 55 cm 55 cm Weight Capacity on Top Shelf Weight (Cart with Solid Steel Door) 50 lb. (22.7 kg) 50 lb. (22.7 kg) 50 lb. (22.7 kg) Weight (lb.) 122 lb. 122 lb. 122 lb. 122 lb. Weight (kg) 55 kg 55 kg 55 kg 55 kg 50 lb. (22.7 kg) Maximum Basket Weight Loaded 25 lb. (11.4 kg) 25 lb. (11.4 kg) Table 1-2. UCCBIN2KIT Specifications Part Number Description Specs UCCBIN1KIT 6-Device Charging Cart Basket Kit for Deluxe, Basic, and 30-Device Standard Carts Measures 5"H x 8.25"W x "D (12.7 x 20.9 x 27.6 cm) LCC30H-A blackbox.com Page 7

8 Chapter 1: Specifications Table 1-3. Additional Specifications Part Number Included Power Strips Automated Power Distribution Unit or Intelligent Charging Unit Front Cable Management Bars LCC30H-A (3) 12-outlet, 15 A max. N/A Not included LCC30H-A-HASP (3) 12-outlet, 15 A max. N/A Not included LCC30H-AT (3) 12-outlet, 15 A max. CARTTIMER1 Not included LCC30H-AT-HASP (3) 12-outlet, 15 A max. CARTTIMER1 Not included LCC30H-AC (3) 12-outlet, 15 A max. N/A LCCCM LCC30H-AC-HASP (3) 12-outlet, 15 A max. N/A LCCCM LCC30H-ACT (3) 12-outlet, 15 A max. CARTTIMER1 LCCCM LCC30H-AT2 (3) 12-outlet, 15 A max. CARTTIMER1 Not included LCC30H-ACT2 (3) 12-outlet, 15 A max. CARTTIMER1 LCCCM LCC30H (3) 12-outlet, 15 A max. Not included Not included LCC30HT (3) 12-outlet, 15 A max. CARTTIMER1 Not included LCC30HC (3) 12-outlet, 15 A max. N/A LCCCM LCC30HCT (3) 12-outlet, 15 A max. CARTTIMER1 LCCCM LCC30HT2 (3) 12-outlet, 15 A max. CARTTIMER1 Not included LCC30HCT2 (3) 12-outlet, 15 A max. CARTTIMER1 LCCCM LCC30H-AC-ILC (3) 12-outlet, 15 A max SDILCU4 LCCCM Automated Power Distribution Unit: Every 15 minutes, CARTTIMER1 cycles between 4 banks (each bank is one outlet). In one hour, each bank is on and charging for 15 minutes. Intelligent Charging Unit: You can set the Intelligent Charging System (SDILCU4) to automatically start up in manage mode when the system is plugged in. In manage mode, the devices will be charged automatically as they are connected to the charging system without having to press the charge button. Page blackbox.com LCC30H-A

9 Chapter 2: Overview 2. Overview 2.1 Introduction The 30-Device ipad, Chromebook, Tablet, and Laptop Cart with Steel Top, Fixed Shelves, and Hinged Doors is designed to store, charge, and transport tablets, e-readers, laptops, netbooks, and other similar devices. The Cart has 30 storage slots (3 shelves with 10 storage slots on each shelf). Each unit plugs into a typical 120-volt 15-amp outlet. The cart has locking solid-steel doors. Please read these operating instructions carefully. They contain important advice concerning the use and safety of your cart. This Cart must only be used for its intended purpose in accordance with these operating instructions. 2.2 What s Included LCC30H-A: ipad, Chromebook, Tablet, and Laptop Cart with 30--device capacity; assembled (4) casters (installed), including: (2) locking swivel casters and (2) non-locking fixed casters (3) 12-outlet, 15 A max. power strips (installed) Cart handle with mounting hardware (to be installed by user) This user s manual (2) sets of keys NOTE: A HASP Lock option is also available (part number LCC30H-A-HASP, LCC30H-AC-HASP, AND LCC30H-AT-HASP). LCC30H: ipad, Chromebook, Tablet, and Laptop Cart with 30-device capacity; unassembled (4) casters (not installed), including: (2) locking swivel casters and (2) non-locking fixed casters (3) 12-outlet, 15 A max. power strips (not installed) Cart handle with mounting hardware (to be installed by user) (2) sets of keys Assembly hardware LCC30H-A blackbox.com Page 9

10 Chapter 2: Overview NOTE: For details on how to build the unassembled carts (part numbers LCC30H, LCC30HT, LCC30HC, LCC30HCT, LCC30HT2, and LCC30HCT2), refer to the LCC30H Assembly manual. See the instructions for downloading the manuals below. This user manual/installation guide, as well as the assembly manual for the unassembled carts, can be downloaded from the Black Box Web site. To download from the Web site: 1. Go to 2. Enter the part number (for example, LCC30H-A or LCC30H) in the search box: 3. Click on the Resources tab on the product page, and select the document you wish to download. If you have any trouble accessing the Black Box site to download the manual, you can contact our Technical Support at or Page blackbox.com LCC30H-A

11 Chapter 2: Overview 2.3 Hardware Description Handle Solid Steel Door Removable Rear Door Non-Locking Casters Cable Access Locking Swivel Casters Figure 2-1. Front and back of cart. LCC30H-A blackbox.com Page 11

12 Chapter 3: Configuration and Setup 3. Configuration and Setup Remove and discard all packaging materials and then lock the lockable casters. Open and inspect the Cart to verify all doors, locks, and casters are working properly. Do not plug the Cart into a wall outlet until all configurations and setup are complete. 3.1 Installing the Handle The handle installs on the the side of the cart with the locking swivel casters. NOTE: The casters swivel on one side of the Cart and are fixed on the other. Consider manueverability options before installing the handle. Step 1: Locate the side of the Cart with the locking swivel casters. Step 2: Place the handle so that the holes in the brackets are aligned with the threaded holes in the side panels. Handle Threaded holes Figure 3-1. Installing handle. Step 3. Using a Phillips-head screwdriver, tighten two of the Phillips screws into the threaded holes. Page blackbox.com LCC30H-A

13 Chapter 3: Configuration and Setup 3.2 Fastening the Power Bricks at the Back of the Cart 1. Attach the wrapped cord and power brick to the back of the shelf using the hook and loop strap. Keep some extra cable unwrapped to plug into the power strip. (See Figure 3-2.) 2. Loosen the two screws on the cable manager, pull up on the top section of the cable manager, and place the device side of the charging cable into one of the slots. 3. Replace the top section of the cable manager and tighten the screws. 4. Route the device side of the charging cable to the front of the cart and repeat step 2 for the front cable manager. 5. Plug the charger power plug into the power strip located below the shelf. Route cable to the front of the cart Cable manager Power brick and cord Power strip Loosen screws on cable manager and pull up Figure 3-2. Fastening the power brick and routing the cable. LCC30H-A blackbox.com Page 13

14 Chapter 3: Configuration and Setup 3.3 HASP Option (LCC30H-A-HASP, LCC30H-AC-HASP, LCC30H-AT-HASP) A HASP lock option is available on the cart. Figure 3-3. HASP lock option. Hasp for optional padlock 3.4 Using the Intelligent Charging System (SDILCU4) The Intelligent Charging System Module arrives installed in your LCC30H-ILC cabinet. Display Tour Power Icon Charge Button AUX Button Charging Port LEDs USB Port Manage Button LED Display Reset Button Figure 3-4. Front of SDILCU4. Page blackbox.com LCC30H-A

15 Chapter 3: Configuration and Setup Back Power Connector Auxiliary Outlet Charging Ports Figure 3-5. Back of SDILCU4. To Begin Charging Connect to Power Select Charging Mode (Choose from Charge Mode or Manage Mode.) CHARGE MODE: Best used if all devices are powered off and connected at the same time. Power is discontinued when batteries reach full charge to conserve energy. MANAGE MODE: Best used if all or some devices are left on or are returned at different times. Charging continues until it is manually stopped. LCC30H-A blackbox.com Page 15

16 Chapter 3: Configuration and Setup NOTE: The charging system should always be in MANAGE mode in order to charge ipads and devices that remain in sleep mode. Basic Functions Charge Button Pressing the CHARGE button will start charge mode. This is best used when all devices are powered down and returned to the cart at the same time. Charging will automatically stop when all batteries are 100% charged. You can also stop charging at any time by pressing the CHARGE button a second time. Manage Button Pressing MANAGE button will start manage mode and turn on the auxiliary power. This mode will continuously monitor and distribute power until manually stopped. This mode is best used if some of the devices may be left on when connected or if devices are connected at different times. Press the button again to stop manage mode. Auxiliary Power Button Controls power to any peripherals that are plugged into the AUX power strip in the back of the cart. If the AUX devices must be operational during charging then the system must be in manage mode. Be aware that this may lengthen charging time. Page blackbox.com LCC30H-A

17 Chapter 3: Configuration and Setup Charging Port LEDs Indicates which sections of the cart are active. The charging unit controls this automatically, ensuring that all devices inside are charged in the fastest, most efficient way possible. When all four quadrant LEDs are solid green, charging is complete. Power Icon Indicates when the cart is connected to power and is ready. Reset Button The Intelligent Charging System is protected with its own circuit breaker. If it encounters misuse such as plugging in unsupported devices or if there is a power surge, the circuit will trip and the reset button will pop out. To reset the cart simply press it back in. Please first ensure that everything is plugged in properly and that only supported devices are connected before resetting. LCC30H-A blackbox.com Page 17

18 Chapter 3: Configuration and Setup 3.5 Basket Distribution System LCC carts with baskets (UCCBIN1KIT) instead of slots include: LCC36H-ACT-BIN1 LCC36H-AC0T-BIN1 The baskets can also be ordered separately: UCCBIN1KIT The figures below show the UCCBIN1KIT basket. It contains 6 slots that each hold one 9"H x 1"W x 9"D (22.8 x 2.5 x 22.3 cm) device. UCCBIN1KIT Baskets installed in cart. UCCBIN1KIT Basket, side view. UCCBIN1KIT Basket, top view. Page blackbox.com LCC30H-A

19 Chapter 4:Using Your ipad, Chromebook, Tablet, and Laptop Cart 4. Using Your ipad, Chromebook, Tablet, and Laptop Cart 4.1 Charging Your Computers After the devices have been loaded into the Cart, plug the power cord of the Cart into a suitable receptacle. Locate the internal power switches on the timer and power strips of the Cart and push the switches to the ON position. 4.2 Moving Your ipad, Chromebook, Tablet, and Laptop Cart Turn the timer power switch to the off position. Remove the Cart plug from the wall receptacle and wrap the cord around the cord wrap or handle. Close and secure sliding or solid-steel doors. Your Cart comes equipped with two fixed casters and two locking swivel casters. Unlock the casters before moving the Cart to a new location. When you reach your desired destination, lock the casters to prevent the cart from moving and plug the Cart into a wall receptacle. LCC30H-A blackbox.com Page 19

20 Chapter 4:Using Your ipad, Chromebook, Tablet, and Laptop Cart Route cable to wall outlet through cable access hole on cart 4.3 Timer Instructions Before using your timer: Figure 4-1. Plug the cart into the wall. For your safety, we recommend that a qualified electrician test the circuit you will plug the cart into. The circuit should be checked for ground integrity and appropriate branch circuit protection. The cart s ground prong must be present for safe operation. If the plug is damaged or if the ground prong has been removed, the plug should be replaced by a qualified electrician. Using the cart, including plugging it in or unplugging it, plugging in or unplugging the laptop(s) or other electrical equipment, or operating the control switch must be done with adult supervision. Page blackbox.com LCC30H-A

21 Chapter 4:Using Your ipad, Chromebook, Tablet, and Laptop Cart The timer comes preset from the factory to alternate power between the power strips at 15-minute intervals. All power strips cannot charge simultaneously. By plugging the cart power cord into an approved outlet and turning on the red switches located on the timer and power strips, the cart will begin charging. To end charging, turn the red switch on the timer off and unplug the cart from the wall outlet. NOTE: The switches on the power strips can be left on. NOTE: A user manual for the CARTTIMER1 is available on the Black Box Web site. To download this manual, follow the instructions below. To download from the Web site: 1. Go to 2. Enter the part number (CARTTIMER1) in the search box: 3. Click on the Resources tab on the product page, and select the document you wish to download. If you have any trouble accessing the Black Box site to download the manual, you can contact our Technical Support at or LCC30H-A blackbox.com Page 21

22 FCC and IC RFI Statements FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION AND INDUSTRY CANADA RADIO FREQUENCY INTERFERENCE STATEMENTS This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio-frequency energy, and if not installed and used properly, that is, in strict accordance with the manufacturer s instructions, may cause inter ference to radio communication. It has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A computing device in accordance with the specifications in Subpart B of Part 15 of FCC rules, which are designed to provide reasonable protection against such interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial environment. Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause interference, in which case the user at his own expense will be required to take whatever measures may be necessary to correct the interference. Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the user s authority to operate the equipment. This digital apparatus does not exceed the Class A limits for radio noise emis sion from digital apparatus set out in the Radio Interference Regulation of Industry Canada. Le présent appareil numérique n émet pas de bruits radioélectriques dépassant les limites applicables aux appareils numériques de la classe A prescrites dans le Règlement sur le brouillage radioélectrique publié par Industrie Canada. Page blackbox.com LCC30H-A

23 NOM Statement Normas Oficiales Mexicanas (NOM) Electrical Safety Statement INSTRUCCIONES DE SEGURIDAD 1. Todas las instrucciones de seguridad y operación deberán ser leídas antes de que el aparato eléctrico sea operado. 2. Las instrucciones de seguridad y operación deberán ser guardadas para referencia futura. 3. Todas las advertencias en el aparato eléctrico y en sus instrucciones de operación deben ser respetadas. 4. Todas las instrucciones de operación y uso deben ser seguidas. 5. El aparato eléctrico no deberá ser usado cerca del agua por ejemplo, cerca de la tina de baño, lavabo, sótano mojado o cerca de una alberca, etc. 6. El aparato eléctrico debe ser usado únicamente con carritos o pedestales que sean recomendados por el fabricante. 7. El aparato eléctrico debe ser montado a la pared o al techo sólo como sea recomendado por el fabricante. 8. Servicio El usuario no debe intentar dar servicio al equipo eléctrico más allá lo descrito en las instrucciones de operación. Todo otro servicio deberá ser referido a personal de servicio calificado. 9. El aparato eléctrico debe ser situado de tal manera que su posición no interfiera su uso. La colocación del aparato eléctrico sobre una cama, sofá, alfombra o superficie similar puede bloquea la ventilación, no se debe colocar en libreros o gabinetes que impidan el flujo de aire por los orificios de ventilación. 10. El equipo eléctrico deber ser situado fuera del alcance de fuentes de calor como radiadores, registros de calor, estufas u otros aparatos (incluyendo amplificadores) que producen calor. 11. El aparato eléctrico deberá ser connectado a una fuente de poder sólo del tipo descrito en el instructivo de operación, o como se indique en el aparato. 12. Precaución debe ser tomada de tal manera que la tierra fisica y la polarización del equipo no sea eliminada. LCC30H-A blackbox.com Page 23

24 NOM Statement 13. Los cables de la fuente de poder deben ser guiados de tal manera que no sean pisados ni pellizcados por objetos colocados sobre o contra ellos, poniendo particular atención a los contactos y receptáculos donde salen del aparato. 14. El equipo eléctrico debe ser limpiado únicamente de acuerdo a las recomendaciones del fabricante. 15. En caso de existir, una antena externa deberá ser localizada lejos de las lineas de energia. 16. El cable de corriente deberá ser desconectado del cuando el equipo no sea usado por un largo periodo de tiempo. 17. Cuidado debe ser tomado de tal manera que objectos liquidos no sean derramados sobre la cubierta u orificios de ventilación. 18. Servicio por personal calificado deberá ser provisto cuando: A: El cable de poder o el contacto ha sido dañado; u B: Objectos han caído o líquido ha sido derramado dentro del aparato; o C: El aparato ha sido expuesto a la lluvia; o D: El aparato parece no operar normalmente o muestra un cambio en su desempeño; o E: El aparato ha sido tirado o su cubierta ha sido dañada. Page blackbox.com LCC30H-A

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28 Black Box Tech Support: FREE! Live. 24/7. Tech support the way it should be. Great tech support is just 60 seconds away at or blackbox.com. About Black Box Black Box Network Services is your source for an extensive range of networking and infrastructure products. You ll find everything from cabinets and racks and power and surge protection products to media converters and Ethernet switches all supported by free, live 24/7 Tech support available in 60 seconds or less. Copyright Black Box Corporation. All rights reserved. LCC30H-A user manual, version blackbox.com

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