Installing the Samsung Kiosk Floor Stand

Isabella Scharff
Isabella Scharff
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Your Samsung Kiosk can be installed as either a countertop model or a free-standing unit. To be free-standing, you will need to install the floor stand in addition to setting up the Samsung Kiosk.

Floor Stand Parts

When you receive your Samsung Kiosk floor stand, you will receive the following components: 

  • The Floor Stand
  • A Base Plate
  • A Base Plate Cover
  • 18 Mounting Screws

Building your Floor Stand

  1. Flip the legs upside down so that the kiosk mount is facing the floor
  2. Attach the base plate to the bottom of the legs using 14 of the provided screws
    • On each side of the base plate, there will be seven screws securing the parts together 
  3. Flip the legs and base plate over so that the kiosk mount is on top
  4. Set the kiosk atop the mount, making sure that the screen is facing the ‘front’ arrows
  5. Attach the kiosk to the mount using the remaining four screws

Routing your Cables through the Floor Stand

After you've secured your kiosk to the floor stand, your next step should be to route your kiosk's power cord and ethernet cables through your floor stand. This keeps your cables secure and improves the appearance of the kiosk for your customers. To route your cables, follow the steps below: 

  1. Remove the back cover of the kiosk by pulling up at the bottom right corner. From the back of the kiosk: 
    • Locate the ethernet cable and route it so that it comes out of the Bottom Right of the kiosk
    • Locate the power cable and route it out of the Bottom Left of the kiosk
  2. Using a screwdriver or pen, remove the plastic insert from each of the legs
  3. Thread each cable through the opening created in the back of each stand leg. 
  4. Secure the cables by doing the following:
    • Re-attach the plastic inserts in each stand leg
    • Re-attach the back cover of the kiosk 
  5. At the base of the kiosk, bring both cables together on the left side
  6. Attach the Base Plate Cover to secure the cables in place
  7. Connect the power cable to a nearby power source
  8. Connect the ethernet cable to a nearby network port

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