How do I install kiosk screens?


The following are Wodify's instructions for installing your Keyboard Wall Mount and TV Display Screens.  These instructions are meant to support each manufacturer's product setup guides.  In the event of any discrepancies, please refer to the manufacturer's guide. 

  1. Find a space in your gym large enough for the width of your TVs
    • The TVs can be installed on concrete or drywall.  TVs can be mounted on drywall with wood or metal studs, but wood studs are preferred
    • The closer the TVs are to your entrance, the better
    • 55" TVs are typically 52" wide, so you'll need a space in your gym that is 104" wide (52*2=104) Wall.png
    • If possible, choose an interior wall to mount your TVs so your CPU and wires can sit in a room behind it and hidden from view. The below image is the room behind the blue wall shown above. wall2.png
  2. Install the Keyboard Wall Mount
    • The Keyboard Wall Mount comes in the below package containing the below parts:



    • IMPORTANT: The Keyboard Wall Mount should be installed at the center of the TV display and bottom of the Mount should be 33" from the floor hardware3.png
    • Mark holes for drilling, then drill mounting holes
      • Mounting holes must be at least 3 1/8" deep
      • Use 3/8" drill bit
      • Drill directly into studs
      • Use 3/16" drill bit
      • Drill into Drywall, but NOT into the studs
      • Use WingIts fasteners, an Apache 3/4" drill bit, and #10 flat washers for wall mounthardware5.png
      • Drill mounting hole, then insert WingIts fastener hardware6.png
      • Bolt the wall mount (for Metal stud installation, use bolts that come with WingIts fasteners and a #10 washer)hardware7.png  hardware8.png
      • Insert wall mount caps
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  1. Assemble and Install the Keyboard
    • Fasten keyboard table to wall mount arm using four 4mm nuts hardware11.png
    • Attach two wall mount arms to the installed Keyboard Wall Mount, as shown below
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    • Tighten the tension in the arms using the supplied allen wrenchhardware14.png
    • Wipe down keyboard table using the supplied alcohol pad hardware15.png hardware16.png
    • Attach the hand grip strip to keyboard table hardware17.png hardware18.png
    • Attach 4 sticky pads to the back of the keyboard and attach to the keyboard table hardware18.png hardware20.png
  2. Install TV Wall Mounts
    • There are 4 mounting holes on the back of the TV; remove any screws or plastic caps to expose the mounting holes.
    • The TV Wall Mount kit comes with 3 sets of different sized bolts. Use only one set, depending on the TV
    • Use spacers to provide space for cables hardware21.png 
    • Measure from the bottom of the TV to the top of hook part of the hangar of the TV Mount bracket (as shown, the length is 19") hardware29.png
    • The bottom of both TVs should be 2" above the Keyboard Wall Mount arm
    • To the left of this point, measure half the length of your TV
    • Above this point, measure the length of your TV bracket hangar (in our example, 19")
    • This point is the center of your TV Wall Mount Plate if you are installing on a concrete or drywall with metal studs. Hold the wall plate against the wall.
      • For drywall with wood studs, locate the nearest stud and mount the center of the wall plate there
    • Concrete
      • Use plastic concrete anchors to place in each hole
    • Drywall w/ Wood Studs
      • Drill 2" deep holes only into studs
    • Drywall w/ Metal Studs
      • Drill into Drywall, but NOT into the studs
      • Use Wingbits, Apache drill bit, and 10# washers to drill holes
      • Read above in step 2: Installing the Keyboard Wall Mount to learn more about using Wingbits for metal stud installation
    • Use two people to pick up the TV and hang on the wall plate
    • The TV will lock into plate once it is hanging on the wall plate
    • Position the TV as needed to properly align with the Keyboard Wall Mount. Pull the green plastic chord to unlock the TV in order to move it along the wall plate
    • Remove TVs from packaging and lay flat, face down, on the ground
    • Remove TV Wall Mount from the package hardware23.png
    • Apply TV Wall Mount brackets to the back of the TV
    • If you are using a PC, one TV will need an HDMI cable attached, the other a VGA cable.  If you are using a Mac you will have 2 HDMI cables.  Attach one of the cables now.  
    • Locate the position of the left TV Mount Wall Plate
    • Level the mounting plate and mark off holes to be used for securing the wall plate
    • Drill mounting holes
    • Hang the TV on the TV Mount Wall Plate
    • The first TV is now hanging hardware25.png
    • Repeat the above steps for the second TV
  3. Setup computer and hide cables
    • Put TV back on the wall
    • Feed all cables through the hole
    • If using wireless internet, attach the antenna to your wireless network card on the back of your computer (Ethernet cable or a hard-wired internet connection is preferred if available) hardware31.png  hardware26.png
    • If you placing computer behind the wall with the TV Mounts, take one TV off the wall and drill a hole large enough for the VGA /HDMI cable to fit through. Make sure the hole is directly behind a TV so it is hidden from view 
    • Move computer to its location close to the TVs
    • Plug in TVs
    • Attach power chord, keyboard, mouse, HDMI, and/or VGA cables to the computer
    • For hidden computers, your setup should look similar to below: hardware32.png
    • Turn computer on. If computer is new, apply all Windows Updates.
  4. Adjust TV Settings
    • With the computer on, turn on TVs
    • Set the TV with the HDMI chord to the HDMI input
    • Set the TV with the VGA chord to the VGA input (PC Only)
    • Adjust TV resolution as needed
      • If screen still seems too wide, go to your TV menu, look for the Overscan option, and turn it off
    • Open an internet browser, log in to Wodify hardware33.png