Mobi Technologies UTD-W User guide

Touch Board Plus
User Guide
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© 2014 Turning Technologies, LLC. All rights reserved.
Portions Responsive Innovations, LLC, Microsoft Corporation
No part of this document may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, for any purpose,
without the express written permission of Turning Technologies, LLC. All rights reserved.
Turning Technologies, LLC, 255 West Federal Street, Youngstown, OH 44503 USA.
TurningPoint® is a registered trademark of Turning Technologies, LLC. Other trademarked product names mentioned in this manual
are owned by their respective companies.
The following regulatory statements apply to radio frequency and infrared transmitters and receivers mentioned in this manual,
including the ResponseCard RF, ResponseCard RF LCD, ResponseCard IR, ResponseCard XR, ResponseCard NXT, QT Device,
CPS IR, CPS Pulse, CPS Spark, Gen 2, PRS RF, PRS IR, DualBoard, Touch Board, Touch Board Plus, MeetingBoard, SchoolBoard,
iPannel, Mobi, MobiView, MobiKWIK, Mobi Learner, Mobi 360 and their respective receivers.
FCC Statement
This device complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not
cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause
undesired operation.
Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the user’s authority to operate
the equipment.
IC Statement
This device complies with Industry Canada licence-exempt RSS standard(s). Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1)
this device may not cause interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference, including interference that may cause
undesired operation of the device.
Le présent appareil est conforme aux CNR d'Industrie Canada applicables aux appareils radio exempts de licence. L'exploitation est
autorisée aux deux conditions suivantes : (1) l'appareil ne doit pas produire de brouillage, et (2) l'utilisateur de l'appareil doit accepter
tout brouillage radioélectrique subi, même si le brouillage est susceptible d'en compromettre le fonctionnement.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
OVERVIEW
What's in the Box?
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TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS
Hardware
Software
Installing Ubuntu GNOME
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SET UP
Installing WorkSpace
Mounting the Touch Board Plus
Connecting the Video Projector
Connecting the Touch Board Plus via USB
Calibrating the Touch Board Plus via Device Manager
Calibrating the Touch Board Plus (Windows 7 and Windows 8)
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USING THE TOUCH BOARD PLUS
Mouse Actions
Touch Gestures
Care and Maintenance
Additional Solutions
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WORKSPACE
WorkSpace Window
WorkSpace Modes
Annotating
Multi-User Mode
Setting Up Multi-User Mode
Selecting the Presenter
Locking Tablets and Clickers
Distributing WorkSpace Files
Distributing Files as GWB (PC Only)
Distributing Files as IWB
Exporting Files
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DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY
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CONTACT US
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OVERVIEW
Built on the popular functionality of the DualBoard™, Touch Board Plus features touch technology, allowing instructors and
participants to interact with the whiteboard using the Touch Board Plus Wand or their fingers. Six points of contact can be used
on the Touch Board Plus at the same time (Windows 7 and 8 Only).
Touch Board Plus comes with Turning Technologies' WorkSpace® software, which allows for seamless creation of interactive
content. With Touch Board Plus, you can control your WorkSpace lesson via the board's touch technology. Additionally, Touch
Board Plus provides the ability to incorporate and work with teaching material in multiple formats from any source, including
ExamView® content, web-based content or third-party curricula.
WARNING
Do not assemble or use this product before reading the installation instructions.
Assemble and use this product only in accordance with the installation instructions.
What's in the Box?
Touch Board Plus is compatible with most Mac, Windows® and Linux® operating systems. Refer to the Technical
Requirements on page 4 for software and hardware requirements.
WorkSpace DVD
Wall Hanger
WorkSpace Content DVD
Two (2) anchor clips
WorkSpace Language Pack DVD
Four (4) mounting brackets
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Eight (8) bracket screws
Four (4) non-electronic Touch Board
pens
USB Cable
Touch Wand
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TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS
Touch Board Plus is designed to function with most computers; however, there are some basic hardware and software
requirements.
Hardware
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USB port
Touch Gestures
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Windows® 7 or Windows® 8
Software
WorkSpace
PC
Mac
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Microsoft Windows® XP SP 2,
Vista, 7 or 8
Intel® Pentium® dual-core
processor, 2 GHz or higher (or
equivalent)
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2 GB RAM
1 GB hard disk space for
installation (600 MB for additional
Gallery content)
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DVD-ROM drive for installation
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USB port
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XVGA (1024x768) or higher
resolution with minimum 24-bit
color
Video card with support for DirectX
9 or greater
Speakers and microphone for audio
and video files
Adobe® Flash® Player 9.0 or
higher
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OS X v.10.7, 10.8 or 10.9
PowerPC G4 1GHz or
higher
512 MB RAM
1.8 GB hard disk space for
installation
DVD-ROM drive for
installation
1024x768 or higher
resolution
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USB port
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Java™ 6 or higher
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“libUSB” - USB support
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Ubuntu GNOME 12.04 (LTS) or 14.04
Intel® Pentium® IV Processor 1 GHz
or higher (or equivalent)
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512 MB RAM
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1.5 GB hard disk space for installation
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1024x768 or higher resolution
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DVD-ROM drive for installation
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USB port
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XDG compliant (menus and file
association)
"gksu" utility is required to run the
installer on Ubuntu 14.04
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Installing Ubuntu GNOME
TouchBoard Plus must be used with the Ubuntu GNOME environment. Follow the steps below to install GNOME.
1 Ubuntu 12.04 users: open Terminal and run one the following commands:
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sudo apt-get install gnome -session -fallback
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sudo apt-get install gnome -session -panel
2 Ubuntu 14.04 users: open Terminal and run the following command:
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sudo apt-get install gnome -session -flashback
3 Ubuntu 12.04 users must log in with GNOME Classic (No effects). Ubuntu 14.04 users must log in with GNOME
Flashback (Metacity)
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SET UP
This chapter covers:
Installing WorkSpace
Mounting the Touch Board Plus
Connecting the Video Projector
Connecting the Touch Board Plus via USB
Calibrating the Touch Board Plus via Device Manager
Calibrating the Touch Board Plus (Windows 7 and Windows 8)
Installing WorkSpace
You must have administrative privileges to install WorkSpace. If you do not have administrative privileges on your computer,
contact your IT department.
Prerequisites
The WorkSpace disc and Content disc are required unless the software is downloaded from
http://www.turningtechnologies.com/responsesystemsupport/downloads.
PC and Mac
1 Insert the WorkSpace disc into the DVD drive. If the disc does not auto-run, navigate to your disc drive and double-click
the auto-run.exe file.
2 Follow the on-screen prompts to proceed through the installation process.
3 Repeat steps 1 and 2 using the WorkSpace Content disc.
4 Restart your computer to complete the installation process.
After the installation, a shortcut for the software will appear on the desktop and the Turning Technologies
appear in the notification area (PC)/Menu Extras area (Mac).
Linux
1 Login as "root" or "sudo."
2 Insert the WorkSpace disc into the DVD drive. Double-click the DVD icon that appears on the desktop.
3 Under Permissions, select Allow executing file as program.
4 Follow the on-screen prompts to proceed through the installation process.
After the installation, the software can be found in Home\eInstruction\WorkSpace\WorkSpace.
5 Repeat steps 1 - 4 using the WorkSpace Content disc.
6 Restart your computer to complete the installation process.
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Mounting the Touch Board Plus
WARNING
It is recommended that a skilled professional assess the strength of the wall and determine the
appropriate hardware required to securely attach the Touch Board Plus to the wall. A minimum of two
people are required to safely lift and mount the board to the wall.
1 Attach the wall hanger to the wall.
2 Using the provided bracket screws, attach the two anchor clips to the bottom of the Touch Board Plus.
3 Carefully mount the Touch Board Plus on the wall hanger.
4 Secure the anchor clips to the wall.
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Connecting the Video Projector
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For optimal usage and viewing, the minimum
required screen resolution should be set at 1024 x
768.
1 With the computer turned on, connect the projector video
cable from the computer to the video projector.
2 Turn on the video projector.
3 With the video projector aimed at the Touch Board Plus, align
the projected image onto the Touch Board Plus so that it is
within the board's active area.
Connecting the Touch Board Plus
via USB
The Touch Board Plus connects to your computer via a USB cable. A separate power supply is not necessary since the Touch
Board Plus is powered through the USB connection.
1 Plug the USB cable into the USB port on the right side of the board.
2 Plug the other end of the USB cable into a working USB port on your
computer.
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A powered USB hub may be used.
3 A red light at the bottom of the board indicates that the board is receiving
power through the USB cable. A blue light indicates the proximity of the
pen to the board.
Calibrating the Touch Board Plus via Device Manager
Recommended for OS X and Linux platforms, as well as PC users who need to recalibrate Touch Board Plus.
IMPORTANT
Linux users must calibrate the DualBoard in the Ubuntu GNOME environment. Refer to Installing
Ubuntu GNOME on page 5.
The steps below walk you through performing a calibration via Device Manager. Aside from using these steps on an OS X or
Linux platform, you can also perform them on a PC if you moved the Touch Board Plus. It is strongly recommended to
recalibrate the Touch Board if the board or projector has been moved.
NOTE
If an error occurs during the calibration process, end the process and start over.
1 From your computer, right click/control-click the Turning Technologies
Extras area (Mac)/Applications (Ubuntu GNOME).
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2 Select eInstruction Device Manager.
The Device Manager window opens.
3 Select the Touch Board Plus device
from the Device Manager window.
4 Select the Calibrate
icon from the toolbar.
The Calibration window opens.
5 Touch each target as it appears on the board.
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For optimal accuracy, use a Touch Board Plus pen during the calibration process.
NOTE
In addition to the Device Manager calibration, Windows 7 and 8 requires a second calibration when using
the Touch Board Plus independent of WorkSpace. Refer to Calibrating the Touch Board Plus
(Windows 7 and Windows 8) on page 9 for instructions on performing the second calibration.
Calibrating the Touch Board Plus (Windows 7 and Windows 8)
Prerequisites
You must have administrative privileges to perform the Touch Board Plus 16 pt. calibration. After the initial 16 pt. calibration, a
4 pt. calibration can be performed by a non-administrative user. If you do not have administrative privileges, contact your IT
department.
1 From your computer, right-click the Turning Technologies
notification area.
icon in the
2 Select eInstruction Device Manager.
The Device Manager window opens.
3 Right/control-click the Touch Board Plus device
from the Device Manager window.
4 Click Touch Settings.
The Tablet PC Settings window opens.
5 From the Tablet PC Settings window, click Calibrate.
NOTE
If the board has been previously calibrated, click Reset to erase previously stored calibration
data.
6 Touch each target as it appears on the board.
7 After the calibration, you must save the calibration data by clicking Yes from your keyboard or mouse.
NOTE
This calibration only needs to be performed once. If the Touch Board Plus and/or projector is moved, you
must perform both calibrations again.
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USING THE TOUCH BOARD PLUS
This chapter covers how to properly use the Touch Board Plus.
Mouse Actions
Touch Gestures
Care and Maintenance
Additional Solutions
Mouse Actions
Mouse Command
Use
Mouse Action
Action
Left-click
Open items
Touch and release to click
Double-click
Open files and folders
Two quick finger taps
Right-click
Access content sensitive dropdown menu
Touch with two fingers slightly
apart
**menu appears by first touch
Drag
Drag items across screen
Move one finger left or right
Touch Gestures
NOTE
Touch Gestures are native to Windows 7 and 8 and are not compatible on Windows XP, Vista, OS X or
Linux platforms.
Gesture
Use
Gesture Action
Zoom
Zoom in/out on an image
or web page
Use two fingers in a pinching
or pull apart motion
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Gesture
Use
Gesture Action
Rotate
Rotate content
Use two fingers in a clockwise or counterclockwise
motion
Flicks
Flick or throw objects
across the screen
Make a quick flick motion in
desired direction
Pan
Scroll through content or
web page
Drag finger up or down on
content or scrollable window
Action
Care and Maintenance
Touch Board Plus may be used as a standard whiteboard. Expo® dry erase whiteboard pens and cleaner are recommended.
Use a soft cloth and gentle cleanser safe for whiteboards to clean the board.
Pens should be magnetically attached to the right side of the Touch Board Plus when not in use.
Additional Solutions
Visit http://www.einstruction.com/products for information about AdjustIt3™ and the Touch Board Wireless Kit.
The AdjustIt3™ Stand provides a mobile solution to move from class to class and adjusts to any height to accommodate all
users. Compatible with a wide range of short throw projectors, the mobile stand includes wheels with brakes for greater
stability.
The Touch Board Wireless Kit offers maximum flexibility in the classroom. A wireless communication hub and receiver (RF
Hub and RFCOM) allow for wireless connection to the computer so that the Touch Board can be placed anywhere in the room.
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WORKSPACE
WorkSpace provides the tools to create and deliver presentations, enhance material with special effects, annotate to highlight
key points, add notes incorporating additional information or participant comments and much more.
Refer to the complete WorkSpace for Java User Guide or WorkSpace for PC User Guide for detailed instructions on using
the WorkSpace software. Visit http://www.einstruction.com/support/downloads to download the full WorkSpace user guides.
WorkSpace Window
The WorkSpace Window consists of a page in the presentation file and several toolbars on the right side and bottom of the
window. By default, the window can be sized and moved.
WorkSpace Window PC
The Toolbar displays when WorkSpace is opened in Lesson Mode. The default toolbar scheme is set to Intermediate.
The Page Navigation Toolbar displays the tools used to navigate through the presentation file, including the Pan
Page, Previous Page, Page Counter, Next Page and Multi-User Mode tools.
Click the Extend/Scroll Page arrows to extend the page.
The Properties Bar provides options to change the properties of the selected annotation tool (pen, highlighter, shape).
For example, the pen tool Properties Bar includes color, width, transparency, line ends and line styles.
The Properties Bar also contains the Page Properties, including backgrounds, color and transparency, which can be
accessed by clicking the Selection tool on the WorkSpace Toolbar.
To the left of the Properties Bar is the Layers Toolbar. The Layers window appears when using the Layers Toolbar. By
default, all annotations on a page are arranged in a single layer. Add, delete, show, hide, and arrange different layers.
Use the Recycle Bin to delete selected objects from the page. Drag the selected object and drop it in the Recycle Bin.
Click the Undo tool to retrieve objects dropped into the Recycle Bin.
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WorkSpace Window Mac
The Toolbar displays when WorkSpace is opened in Lesson Mode. The default toolbar scheme is set to Intermediate.
The Page Navigation Toolbar displays the tools used to navigate through the presentation file, including the MultiUser Mode tools.
The Properties Bar provides options to change the properties of the selected annotation tool (pen, highlighter, shape).
For example, the pen tool Properties Bar includes color, width, transparency, line ends and line styles.
The Properties Bar also contains the Page Properties, including backgrounds, color and transparency, which can be
accessed by clicking the Selection tool on the WorkSpace Toolbar.
To the left of the Properties Bar is the Layers Toolbar. The Layers window appears when using the Layers toolbar. By
default, all annotations on a page are arranged in a single layer. Add, delete, show, hide, and arrange different layers.
Use the Recycle Bin to delete selected objects from the page. Drag the selected object to the Recycle Bin and drop it
in. Click the Undo tool to retrieve objects dropped into the Recycle Bin.
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WorkSpace Modes
By default, WorkSpace opens in Lesson Mode with the WorkSpace toolbar floating on the desktop.
The WorkSpace toolbar will become transparent if not in use. To reactivate it, click anywhere on the toolbar.
WorkSpace allows you to capture text, graphics, or virtually any image from any application that you can project from your
computer. The software is categorized into "modes," each consisting of different capabilities:
By default, WorkSpace opens in Lesson Mode. While in Lesson Mode, two-way communication is
enabled between interactive devices and the computer. Interact with the computer using a
whiteboard or Mobi tablets.
In Mouse Mode, the internet (PC)/desktop (Mac/Linux) can be accessed using the Mouse tool.
Additionally, select any of the annotation tools while in Mouse Mode to change/return to Lesson
Mode.
By selecting Annotate Over Desktop Mode (PC ONLY), the desktop is turned into a canvas. Use
the Annotation Tools, Page Tools or Capture Tools to write and draw on the desktop.
Multi-User Mode allows two or more participants to interact with Turning Technologies whiteboards
using collaborative (shared) or defined (one person per defined area) space. Multiple Mobi devices
can be displayed on the whiteboard at the same time.
Open and interact with Microsoft Office applications directly from the WorkSpace software in Office
Mode (PC ONLY).
All notes made on the whiteboard can be captured and saved as pages within WorkSpace for
distribution, without the use of the projector in Whiteboard Mode. For Mac and Linux users, a
special “pens” folder is needed to use Whiteboard Mode.
Annotating
Use the WorkSpace tools to write, draw, insert images, highlight, interact with and perform annotations over a blank page or
image.
1 Click any annotation tool to begin annotating the page or image.
NOTE
To open a new lesson or access the desktop, click the Mouse Mode icon on the WorkSpace
toolbar.
Multi-User Mode
Multi-User Mode allows up to nine participants to interact using collaborative (shared) or defined (one person per defined area)
space. Multiple mobile devices can be displayed on the board at the same time.
From the Multi-User Menu:
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Set up multiple participants to interact with Turning Technologies products. Define the number of areas for multi-user
use and determine if participants will use a collaborative or defined workspace. In Multi-User Mode, participants can
select objects on any Multi-User layer within their area.
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Toggle Multi-User Mode on and off using the Multi-User option.
Add, remove and move Mobi tablets to different areas using Edit Devices. Each multi-user page will remember specific
device placement when moving between pages or returning from Mouse Mode.
Setting Up Multi-User Mode
1 Connect up to nine devices in Device Manager.
IMPORTANT
Do not add the device that will be used to control the main toolbar or the other devices unless it is
set to "presenter" within Device Manager. Refer to Selecting the Presenter on page 16.
2 Click the Multi-User Menu
icon on the Page Functions toolbar.
3 Select Multi-User Page Setup.
The Multi-User Page Setup window opens.
4 Select either a Collaborative or Defined work area.
Collaborative - When this option is selected, all devices will be able to work within the same area.
Defined - When this option is selected, two devices will work within their own defined space.
Defined - When this option is selected, up to four devices will work within their own defined space.
Defined - When this option is selected, up to six devices will work within their own defined space.
Defined - When this option is selected, up to nine devices will work within their own defined space.
5 Drag and drop a device to the area needed.
NOTE
It is recommended to leave one device out to keep control of all users. Ideally, this will be the
"presenter" device.
6 Click OK after all devices have been dropped into place.
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Selecting the Presenter
The presenter in Multi-User Mode controls when multi-user mode begins
and ends.
1 Open Device Manager.
Images of each available device appear in the main window.
2 Select the icon for the desired presenter device.
3 From the menu bar, click Options and select Set Presenter.
The selected device is now the presenter device.
Locking Tablets and Clickers
If using student tablets or clickers with WorkSpace, the presenter can lock any devices in use and regain control of the
session.
1 Open Device Manager.
Images of each available device appear in the main window.
2 Select the icon for the device to be locked.
3 Select the Lock
icon.
To unlock a device, select the Unlock icon.
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You can also lock all devices by clicking the Toolbox icon on the WorkSpace toolbar and
selecting Lock.
Distributing WorkSpace Files
WorkSpace files can be distributed in a number of formats.
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To simply save a WorkSpace file in its native format, click the Save icon from the WorkSpace toolbar. If
the Save icon is not on the WorkSpace toolbar, click the WorkSpace Main Menu
File and select Save.
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Distributing Files as GWB (PC Only)
The GWB file format is native to WorkSpace. Files saved with the GWB extension can be easily opened and edited in
WorkSpace as needed.
1 Click the WorkSpace Main Menu
icon.
2 Mouse over File and select Save.
The Save GWB File window is displayed.
3 Name the file and click Save.
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Distributing Files as IWB
Content saved as a Common File Format (IWB) can be shared with any interactive whiteboard and software if the whiteboard
and software accept the IWB formatting. It is important to note that some formatting and interactive content may be lost due to
the inability to exchange information between the software applications.
1 Click the WorkSpace Main Menu
icon.
2 Mouse over File and select Save As.
The Save GWB File window is displayed.
3 Name the file.
4 From the Files of Type drop-down menu, select IWB.
5 Click Save.
Exporting Files
IMPORTANT
You must save the file prior to export.
1 Click the WorkSpace Main Menu
icon.
2 Mouse over File and select Export.
The Export Current Pages window is displayed.
3 Select an export option from the Export As drop-down menu.
4 Enter a file name in the Export File Name field.
5 Optionally, click Browse to change the Export Directory.
6 Click Export.
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To print, email, export as PDF or email as PDF, click the WorkSpace Main Menu
mouse over File and select the appropriate export option.
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DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY
Regulatory Statements
Declaration of Conformity
FCC Statement
Manufacturer's Name:
This device complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to Turning Technologies, LLC/DBA eInstruction
the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful
Manufacturer's HQ Address:
interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received,
including interference that may cause undesired operation.
255 West Federal Street, Youngstown, Ohio 44503 U.S.A.
Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible
European Address:
for compliance could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.
IC Statement
26/36 rue Alfred Nobel, 93600 Aulnay Sous Bois, France
This device complies with Industry Canada licence-exempt RSS standard Phone:
(s). Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) this device may
+33 1 58 31 10 60 Fax: +33 1 58 31 10 69
not cause interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference,
including interference that may cause undesired operation of the device.
declares, that the product
Le présent appareil est conforme aux CNR d'Industrie Canada
applicables aux appareils radio exempts de licence. L'exploitation est
autorisée aux deux conditions suivantes : (1) l'appareil ne doit pas
produire de brouillage, et (2) l'utilisateur de l'appareil doit accepter tout
brouillage radioélectrique subi, même si le brouillage est susceptible d'en
compromettre le fonctionnement.
European Union Emission Directive
This product is in conformity with the protection requirements of EU
Council Directive 89/366/ECC on the approximation of the laws of the
Member States relating to electromagnetic compatibility.
This product has been tested and found to comply with the limits for Class
A Information Technology Equipment according to CISPR 22/European
Standard EN55022. The limits for Class A equipment were derived for
typical industrial environments to provide reasonable protection against
interference with licensed communication devices.
European Union WEEE Directive
This product is in conformity with the protection requirements of EU
Council Directive 89/366/ECC on the approximation of the laws of the
Member States relating to electromagnetic compatibility.
This product has been tested and found to comply with the limits for Class
A Information Technology Equipment according to CISPR 22/European
Standard EN55022. The limits for Class A equipment were derived for
typical industrial environments to provide reasonable protection against
interference with licensed communication devices.
Product Names:
Touch Board Plus
Regulatory Model #:
TBRF-01 USB RF Hub= H4 RFCOM= B4
FCC ID:
CTW-MOBI
IC:
4524A-MOBI
Conforms to the following specifications:
EMC: EN 301 489-1, EN 301 489-17 & ETSI/EN 301 489-3.
EN 300-328 V1.7.1,
EN55022:2006 and A1:2007
EN55024:1998+A1;2001+A2:2003
EN 61000-3-2:2006 ; EN 61000-3-3:2008
EN 61000-4-2:2009 ; EN 61000-4-3:2006
EN 61000-4-4:2004+A1:2010
EN 61000-4-5:2006; EN 61000-4-6:2009
EN 61000-4-11:2004; FCC Part 15B Class A Digital Device RSS-210
CE Marking:This product carries the
Mark indicating compliance
according to 2004/108/EC.
RoHS:“-R” labeled products conform to Directive 2011/65/EU (Directive
2002/95/EC). These products are RoHS-compliant.
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CONTACT US
For additional help, contact Turning Technologies Technical Support.
Technical Support is available from 7 a.m. - 9 p.m. EST.
From within the contiguous United States, you can reach Technical Support toll-free by calling 866.746.3015. If you are calling
from outside of the United States, please call +1 330.746.3015.
Technical Support may also be reached via e-mail at support@turningtechnologies.com or support@einstruction.com, a brand
of Turning Technologies.
Office Locations
Ohio
Belfast
255 West Federal Street
Youngstown, Ohio 44503
Toll-Free: 866.746.3015
Direct: 330.746.3015
International: +1 330.746.3015
19 Colvin House
Inspire Business Park
Carrowreagh Road
Belfast BT16 1QT
United Kingdom
Direct: +44 (0)28 9048 7898
Paris
Amsterdam
26/36 rue Alfred Nobel
93600 Aulnay-sous-Bois
France
Direct/Support: +33 (0)1 58 31 10 60
Keizersgracht 75, Garden
1015 CE, Amsterdam
The Netherlands
Direct: +31 (0)85 4011 040
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