Do NOT lift, push, or relocate the EPIC Series Console 2.0 with batteries of any type installed within the enclosure.

The EPIC Series Console 2.0 is designed for floor mounting on a permanent, flat, leveled surface, preferably concrete or other fireproof material. The surface must be capable of supporting the weight of the complete system of console and installed components. Since the EPIC Series Console 2.0 ships from the manufacturer without batteries installed, total weight of the complete system of console, batteries, charger, etc. is not available with this manual. Please consult your battery and charger manufacturers’ literature for appropriate weights and add these to the shipped weight to obtain the total system weight.

Refer to appropriate Foundation Mounting Drawing, according to the number of bays your unit has, for mounting dimensions, shipped weight, and mounting instructions.

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JE5276-01 Single Bay Foundation Mounting Drawing
JE5276-02 Two Bay Foundation Mounting Drawing
JE5276-03 Three Bay Foundation Mounting Drawing
JE5276-04 Four Bay Foundation Mounting Drawing
JE5276-05 Five Bay Foundation Mounting Drawing

Basic notes that apply to all consoles, which are also found on the drawing are:

  1. We recommend placing the console then drilling for mounting anchors. Mounting holes are on the console’s mounting feet.
  2. Anchor bolts are to be HILTI M12 HDA-TR Stainless Steel Undercut for seismic compliance (not supplied).
  3. Hole Depth minimum of 5.3’’ [135mm]; Pad Depth minimum of 8.0’’ [203mm].
  4. Lag the enclosure to the fireproof surface. Follow NEC (NFPA-70), all safety standards, and fire codes of the site in which the console is to be installed.
  5. Concrete pad should extend a minimum of 6’’ [153mm] from edge of cabinet on all sides, and be 4000 psi or greater.
  6. Electrical conduit may enter from underneath cabinet, but only through electrical bay shown in Detail B on Foundation Mounting Drawing.
  7. Electrical conduit may also enter through side channel. There are (3) #2 and (1) #1 size conduit holes available for knockouts as seen in Foundation Mounting Drawing. Knockouts may not be visible; use dimensions to verify breakaway points.