Apek Maxpad User`s guide

User’s Guide
Index
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Index
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Welcome to the new world of Maxpad™.
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Installation
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Remove your Maxpad™ from the box.
As this is a product with a large screen, Maxpad™ is relatively heavy which
requires detailed and careful handling.
Due to this, before removing the Maxpad™ from the box it is recommended to read
the instructions of this manual, in order to avoid accidents or possible damage to the
equipment.
Table or wall support: do not start without this
First of all make sue that the table or wall support is unwrapped and ready to be fixed
on the equipment. Only these accessories, specially developed for the Apek Mapad™
line will offer the necessary safety for the Installation of the product on furniture or
brick walls which offer resistance to hold up to175 pounds.
IMPORTANT: DO NOT USE YOUR MAXPAD™ WITHOUT ITS ORIGINAL APEK. ONLY
APEK ACCESSORIES OFFER THE NECESSARY SAFETY FOR THE CORRECT USE
OF THE PRODUCT.
Find a helper
Before moving on it is necessary to find help. No matter how strong you are, do not
attempt to remove the Maxpad™ alone from the packaging, look for help.
Time to work
After removing the upper protection follow the next steps described in this Manual.
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Fit in the table or wall support.
Table support
1. Remove the table support from the packaging;
2. Place the support on the table over the chosen furniture in the position where
your Maxpad™ will remain installed (check image below);
3. If you have children at home it is recommended to screw the tale support on
the furniture through the inferior holes.
Even though Maxpad™ has a good stability, in case of fall it may cause serious
damages, even cause death.
Even if the Installation is made by Apek ́s Professional, the decision to fix the
table support on the furniture is the responsibility of the client. Apek will not be
responsible for the domestic accidents caused by the fall of the equipment.
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4. In two persons remove the Maxpad™ from the box and place it on the table support calmly and carefully. The support must be perfectly aligned to the central module
of the rear structure. This will allow a perfect setting between the holes of the support
and the nuts of the structure.
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5. Fix the equipment with the two thumbscrews that come along with the table support. It is not necessary to use tools.
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Wall support (sold apart)
If you have chosen to install the Maxpad™ on the wall, follow the following steps:
1. Remove the four pieces that are part of the support, identified by the codes “1A”,
“1B”, “2A” e “2B” the respective screws and plugs;
2. Remove the upper protection from the MaxpadTM (where this manual was place)
and put it on the floor inverted;
3. In two persons remove Maxpad™ from the box and place it on the foam with the
screen facing down. At this point it is important to the careful so that the module of
the camera is over the relief cut, avoiding damage to the device;
1A
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1B
4. Line up the rods “1A” and “1B” to the holes of the central module and screw with
the aid of a screwdriver which follows the support, according to the drawing of the
previous Page;
5. Fix the piece “2A” on the chosen wall (which should e made of brick and firm
enough to hold the weight is 175 pounds). In order to make the work easier it is
recommended to use the piece “2A” as a stretch to mark and make the holes on the
wall, as shown in the next page. With the plugs fixed on the wall place the piece “2A”
on the wall, use the four screws with thread (also supplied with the accessory).
Before fixing the MaxpadTM on the wall, make sure that the piece “2A” is firm and
that there is no risk of fall. Apek is not responsible for the accidents caused by the
bad Installation of these supports.
6. If you intend to install the Set top box of your cable TV to the cable of MaxpadTM,
also use the piece “2B”, fitting in with the piece “2A”, according to the picture on
page15;
HINT APEK: BEFORE FITTING IN THE MAXPAD™ ON THE WALL, IT IS RECOMMENDED THAT THE ELECTRICAL WIRING CONNECTIONS AND THE INTERNET
WEB (IF AVAILABLE) ARE INSTALLED.THE APEK WALL SUPPORT STILL OFFERS
AN ADDITIONAL SUPPORT (OPTIONAL) TO FIX YOUR SET TOP BOX OF THE
CABLE TV. IF YOU CHOOSE TO USE IT, LEAVE IT SCREWED ON THE LOCAL
BEFORE FITTING IN THE MAXPAD™ ON THE WALL.
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For a person of medium height
(5.4 feet), it is recommended fixing the support according to the
measures aside
122,0
25,0
40,0
PIECE 2A
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7. In two people, remove the equipment from the floor and fit in the Piece “2A”,
as shown in the picture below
PIECE 2A
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Fixing the WideView lens to the camera.
With the Maxpad™ already installed in its permanent place, remove from the box de
plastic packaging of the WideView lens. With that in hands, remove the frontal sealing
of the camera attached to the Maxpad™.
IMPORTANT: AS THIS IS AN IMAGE DEVICE, WITH DELICATED SENSORS AND
LENSES, THE SET SHOULD BE HANDLED WITH EXTREME CARE, TOUCHING
ONLY THE PLASTIC AND METALLIC PARTS OF THE EXTERNAL BODY. PREFERABLY MAKE THIS PROCEDURE IN A DUSTLESS ENVIRONMENT, ASSURING THAT
NO DUST WILL REMAIN INSIDE THE SENSOR OR LENS.
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Indentify the accessories.
Get to know the accessories that are supplied with the Maxpad™:
Video Component Conversor / HDMI
Cable of electricity
Connects the Set Top box of the cable TV
to MaxpadTM (through extensor of Video
Component) with Full HD quality.
Only through this cable it is possible to
use all the resources of MaxpadTM which
are related to the recording of content.
Any other direct connection through HDMI
will not allow the use of these resources if
the Set Top Box has a HDPC blockage.
Connect the MaxpadTM to the
electricity. It has plug of three
points, which fulfills the Brazilian
regulation.
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Video Component Extensor / Audio
MaxRemote™
Allows the connection between the
Converter of Video Component
/ HDMI and the Set Top Box of
the cable TV. Even though it is an
analogical transmission system, this
cable offers the highest image quality, reaching the maximum resolution
of the Maxpad™ (Full HD with 1920
x 1080 pixels) and a perfect audio,
with no distortions or noises. Follow
the instructions of connection and
enjoy the Maxpad™
Remote Control with the following
functions:
- Universal Control of 8 channels
- Air Mouse with Gyroscope
- Mini key Panel Wi-Fi
Before start using MaxRemote™
read carefully the instructions that
follow the accessory.
Recommended Infra structure
In order to take advantage of all the innovate resources of your Apek Maxpad™, it is
recommended that your office/residence holds the following infra structure:
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Exclusive Electricity Point
Even though Maxpad™ has a low electricity consumption (around 300 W, depending
on the size ofthescreen), it is desirable that it has an excusive outlet, or shared only
with the set top box of the cable TV.
The equipment has an automatic selection of voltage and it may be connected in
110V or 220V. It is recommended the use of a No break in case of tension alterations
it is possible to preserve the integrity of the hardware and the Operational System.
Internet Connection
Without the Internet the Maxpad™ will be similar to a Ferrari without road. So, if possible provide a Broadband Internet Connection, the larger the transmission the better
the experience with the product.
Local for the Installation which allows an ergonomic use
As it is equipment with a touch screen, it is suggested to install Maxpad™ at a proper
height in relation to the users, following the rules of ergonometric set here. For adults
with an average height (around1.65m)itis recommendedthatthecoreofthescreenisat120 cm above the floor. If a support furniture is being used it is suggested that it
has at least 90 cm high.
Swivel Support
For families with kids, short people and/or handicapped users, it is suggested the use
of Swivel Support (sold apart) which will permit to adjust the height easily and fast.
Check APEK client service about this accessory.
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Luminosity Condition and Sun Exposition
Technology of optical touch screen
As you may know by now, the new Maxpad™ also has the most advanced touch
screen technology already developed for large screens, based on a complex system
of micro cameras, infra red luminosity in optical fiber and math algorithms highly
advanced. As it is an optical technology (based on infra red light), the sensibility of the
screen may be altered by the direct exposition of the sunlight or bulbs of high Power
such as dichroic or similar.
Due to this, avoid installing the Maxpad™ where there is direct incidence of such
illumination sources. The excessive incidence to these conditions may cause the
following issues:
- “Involuntary” touches, without a contact of any object with the screen;
- Lack of sensibility to the touch or complete absence of sensibility;
- “Locking” of the touch interface, even after the end of the light exposition.
It is highlighted that these issues are not common and they might not occur, even
under the conditions described above. If the equipment is exposed to these extreme
conditions, the problem may be solved simply and fast:
- Isolating the equipment from the Sun light or turning off the direct illumination;
- Restarting the equipment through the Button Reset (check page 25).
If any of the above issues are dealt and they can ́t be solved with the procedures
mentioned above, please contact the support department at Apek, through the email:
sac@maxpad.com.br or through the Call Center (information in site).
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Connect the Maxpad™ to the cable TV
Maxpad™ is complete equipment which has the capability to work and perform various functions without any other peripheral device. However, in order to be able to use
the advanced resources of interactive TV, the Maxpad™ should be connected to the
Set Top Box of the cable TV or to any other device of video, such as DVD, Blue-Ray,
Cameras, Video Games, etc.
For this we make available the following rear connections:
Rede Ethernet
Audio
VGA
HDMI IN (SEM DHCP)
IN
USB
DVI
SPDIF
OUT
USB 3.0
USB
HDMI OUT
MIC
Teclado / Mouse
RESET GERAL
ANTENA WIFI
OUT
AV IN (TV A CABO / OUTRO)
* USAR CABO VÍDEO COMPONENTE
AC IN
(110V ~ 220V)
Door HDMI:
Turn on any device with
HDMI without HDCP*
Door HDMI AV IN:
Turn on the Convertor of Video
Component /HMDI, which will be
turned to the cable TV, offering all the
recording resources.
* HDCP is a anti copy blockage system that holds back the recording of content, and for this reason it is not compatible to the Maxpad™ TV software.
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Other inputs
Besides the main inputs presented in the previous page, Maxpad™ also has
three other inputs of video. Among them, one of them is already connected to the
internal PC of the Maxpad™,which can be disconnected if there is the interest of using the product only as a monitor for another PC.
The other two doors (one VGA and the other DVI) are available to be used in parallel
to the internal PC of the Maxpad™. In it, you may connect any other device directly
or through the convertor cables HDMI-DVI or HDMI-VGA. In these two cases, you
should also connect the audio cable (P2), once the connections DVI and VGA do not
have audio signal integrated, as happens to the connection HDMI.
HDMI IN
DVI IN
Free
VGA IN
AUDIO
IN
Free
Free
Busy: HDMI connected to the
Maxpad™
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Identify the commands and connectors
The first step to operate well your Maxpad is to know where the commands and connectors are located. Check the following general map:
Lateral Panel
LED Monitor
5MP FULL HD
CAMERA
On/Off
Source
Vol+
Vol-
Menu
Video Input
Volume +
Volume Options Menu
USB
USB 2.0 Door
USB
USB 2.0 Door
HD
ON
LEDs of ON and
activity of the
Hard Disk
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Rear Panel
Maxpad™ is a product which offers various possibilities of connection. Check below
the complete mapping of the interfaces of the equipment.
Rede Ethernet
8
VGA
USB
2
3
DVI
Teclado / Mouse
1
4
HDMI OUT
5
Audio
10
SPDIF
OUT
USB 3.0
USB
OUT
6
7
9
MIC
1. Pattern Connection PS/2 for key Panel or mouse
2. USB 2.0 Doors
3. Video Door VGA (D-SUB) – output for external monitor
4. DVI Video Door – output for external monitor
5. HDMI Video Door (occupied by MaxpadTM)
6. Output for optical audio
7. USB 3.0 Doors
8. Door of the Web Ethernet (RJ45)
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IN
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HDMI IN (SEM DHCP)
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12
ANTENA WIFI
HDMI AV IN (TV CABO / OUTRO)
* USAR CABO VÍDEO COMPONENTE
RESET GERAL
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AC IN
(110V ~ 220V)
9. USB2.0 Doors
10. Audio Output P/2
11. HDMI Input Door (no DHCP)
12. AV Input Door (For the video adaptor component- HDMI)
13. Wi-Fi Antenna Connector
14.Genral Reset Button
15. Connector of electricity for cables of three pins
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A General View of do MaxRemote™
MaxRemote™ is an amazing accessory, that will facilitate not only the use of the
Maxpad™ but also of all the devices that work with infra red technology.
Inside the package of the MaxRemote™ it is possible to find a complete manual on
how to operate and configure easily and fast your device.
Below, it is possible to have an overview about this accessory.
Face A - Universal Remote Control Function
MaxRemote™ is a 3 in 1 product, which divides its functions in two faces.
On Face A you can find the Universal Remote Control Function.
The Universal Remote Control Function may be programmed for up to 7 channels,
with 30 keys each one, generating up to 210 program keys. With this it will be possible to centralize in only one control all the functions of all remote controls at home or
at the office.
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Face B - Key Panel Function and Wireless Mouse (Wi-Fi)
On Face B there are available the functions of Key Panel and Wireless Mouse, with
Wi-Fi technology, which Will allow its work until 8 meters away (approximately, depending on the architecture of the environment).
Even though the Key Panel is compact it has all the functions of a conventional key
Panel and it has the ABNT2 layout, with the keys in Portuguese, that is with the “Ç”.
The Mouse functions as an advanced technology of Gyroscope, which allows the
movement of the cursor only with the movement of the control. This technology offers
great precision and allows the integral work of all resources of the Maxpad™ with no
need to use the touch screen or other external keys.
Rechargeable Internal Battery of Lithium Ion
With a Rechargeable Internal Battery, the MaxRemote™ has autonomy to remain
various days without recharging.
When there is the necessity to recharge it a USB cable is used, which is directly connected to the Maxpad™, easily and conveniently.
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TV Function - Here it is possible to control the Maxpad™
Considering that the MaxRemoteTM has innumerous functions, in order to avoid
confusion Apek will make a pre programming and the blockage of the “TV Function”
on the MaxRemote™.
That is, to use MaxRemote™ in the control in the Maxpad™ you need to
select the “TV Function” of the MaxRemote™.
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Interfaces
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Graphic Control Interfaces of the Device
The Maxpad™ has basically two graphic, as shown below:
1. Control Interface of the LCD Panel
ControlInterfaceoftheLCDPanel is a system that allows various types of image and
sound configuration of the monitor integrated to the MaxpadTM.
These configurations allow the control of color, brightness, distinctness, general
volume among other resources.
The Access to this configuration interface will only be possible through MaxRemote™
(in the TV function) or through the selector Panel placed on the right side of the Maxpad™. As it is a specific LCD interface, the control can ́t be accomplished through
touch screen.
2. Operational System Interface
The Operational System Interface is a Graphic Interface of Windows® 8.1, which is
embedded in the internal PC of the Maxpad™. This Interface will work both for the
touch screen device as well as through the Face B of the MaxRemote™, through the
Key Panel and the Wireless Mouse.
Through the Windows® Operational System it is possible to take advantage of all the
benefits of the Maxpad™, as well as an innumerous resources and Apps available for
the Microsoft Windows® platform.
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Selection of Image Input (Source)
Even though the Maxpad already has an integrated computer and it is connected to
the HDMI Door of the LCD Board, in order to offer even more versatility to the product, Apek included two new inputs for video, one VGA and another DVI.
These inputs are available in specific compartment placed in the rear of the Maxpad™
(as information and illustration on page 22). With them it Will be possible to connect
other video devices such as PCs, Cameras or HDMI Devices, through a convertor
cable.
However it is important to be careful, because to use the PC integrated to the
Maxpad™, it is important to use the HDMI key of the MaxRemote™ or select
the HDMI input on the Lateral Panel of the Maxpad (page 24 of this manual).
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Special Cares and General Cleaning
Ventilation Inputs
On the rear part of the Maxpad™ there are various fans which have as objective
allow a proper ventilation for the internal components.
A series of energy source and silicon processors generate heat that with the thermodynamic assistance circulate through the internal chamber creating a natural air flow
that properly cools down the equipment.
However, no matter what, do not obstruct the air inlets of the equipment or make the
Installation inside a close compartment.
The increase of internal temperature will cause various working problems, as well as
the advance worn out and loss of warranty.
CAUTION
Never block the ventilation
inlets or installtheMaxpad™
in a closed compartment.
This will cause various
problems and in medium
term will cause electronic
defects.
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General Cleanness
General Cleanness of the Maxpad™ must be accomplished with a paper towel or
highly smooth fabric, slightly humid. Never use chemical products or abrasives because they may damage the paint or the integrated electronic components.
In order to facilitate the removal of grease from the frontal touch screen glass use
alcohol of high concentration (above 92°). Apply the alcohol in small quantities using a
paper towel or fabric of high smoothness slightly humid.
Cleanness of optical sensors
Each and every Apek Maxpad™ has four optical sensors of high precision,
placed internally in the four vertices of the LCD monitor.
This sensors are micro cameras with infra red vision technology, that allow Maxpad
to detect up to six points of touch on the screen, offering an advanced recognition of
multi touch gestures.
For the touch screen to be kept in its maximum precision and don´t present blind
points (areas where the screen does not answer to the touch), it is recommended
that the Optical Sensors and all the IR (infra red) illumination perimeter of the screen
should be cleaned regularly, each 30 days or always when a great amount of dust is
detected on the components.
It is recommended that the cleanness of these sensors should be done with
swabs (ex: Cotonetes®) slightly humidified with alcohol (at least 92°).
For this, it is only necessary to slide the cotton edge of the swabs all around the lateral perimeter of the screen, over a dark wine color plastic piece and over the optical
sensors on the four vertices of the board. Check the detailed illustration.
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General Key and Reset
Besides the function “ON /OFF” (POWER) available in the MaxRemote™ an on the
lateral selector board, in case of more severe failures it is recommended the use of
the General Key of the equipment that when pressed it will make the complete “RESET” of the equipment, thus correcting eventual failures of the operational system.
The General Key (reset button) of the Maxpad is on the rear Panel of the equipment,
just above the energy connector, as indicated below:
GENERAL KEY (RESET)
In order to use press and release the Button fast. After the RESET the Maxpad™ will
be restarted in a few seconds and the Operational System will be available to be used
normally. In case the RESET does not correct the problems observed, it is recommended to call Apek for Technical Support.
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Touch screen recalibration
Due to the advanced technology of the optical sensor, the touch screen integrated to
the Maxpad™ is already calibrated from the production and will never lose its calibration with its daily use. However, in extreme cases, with some peaks of energy or
severe impacts, the screen may suffer slight variations and lose its original precision.
For this, Apek makes available a software for calibration of the screen which is
preinstalled in the Maxpad. The software is called Crystal Touch Manager and may be
found among the programs available in the Windows Operational System.
IMPORTANT: NEVER USE THE CALIBRATIONS SYSTEM OF WINDOWS 7
OR 8, BECAUSE IT MAY CAUSE CONFLICTS AND DAMAGE THE PERFORMANCE OF TOUCH SCREEN APEK.
Restoration of the Operational System
More than a TV, the Maxpad™ is a complete computer that has a Windows 7 or 8.1
Operational System installed at the factory. Eventually, due to various software problems (virus or corrupted system), it may be necessary to restore the system.
In these cases Apek makes available a recovery file that may be provided in pen drive,
DVD or a partition in your HD, depending on the version of your product. Consult
Apek if it is necessary to have assistance or further information.
Besides the recovery system supplied by Apek, the Maxpad also comes with an
original CD of Windows 7 or 8.1, which may also be used to reinstall the operational
system. In this case you will need t make a download of the pack of drivers and softwares which are part of the product, accessing the site www.apek.com.br.
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Cares with the transportation of the equipment
It is necessary to transport the Maxpad™, it is strongly recommended to do so in
the original packaging. This is the only packaging that will offer proper resistance and
protection so that your equipment arrives at its final destination safe and sound.
In case the packaging has been discarded, try to wrap the equipment using high
density foam in all sides of the equipment. As it has a glass screen, the risk of breakage is high if these recommendations are not followed properly. Anyway, Apek does
not take responsibility for the transportation of the product in any form besides the
original packaging.
The inadequate transportation may even cause problems in the system of the optical
sensing of the touch screen, or any other electronic component integrated to.
These damages are not covered by the warranty of Apek.
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Solution of usual problems
Find below the solution for common problems that may occur in the Maxpad™:
Problem found
Possible Solutions
Maxpad™ does not turn on when the
Power Button is pressed on the lateral
menu
1. Verify if the equipment is connected
to the energy and if it has proper tension.
2. After pressing the Button Power
wait for a few seconds and check if
the indicative LED placed next to the
Power is on and which color is shown.
If after 30 seconds the LED is still yellow
but no images is shown on the screen,
press and release the Reset button
– General Key (check instructions on
page 37) and wait. If the equipment
does not initiate automatically try to
press again the Power Button and wait
around 30 seconds.
3. Verify if the Maxpad™ is in the input
(Source) HDMI. For this press HDMI key
and wait for a few seconds. After this
procedure touch the screen and wait
for 5 seconds.
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O Maxpad™ does not turn on when I
press the Power on the menu
MaxRemote™ charging.
1. If it is charging, a LED indicator in
blue will appear, always when a key is
pressed.
2. Verify if the MaxRemoteTM is
selected in the“TV” function (check
page 28). If it is not, press the key in
reference to the function TV and after
the Power key.
3.Try to “aim” the edge of the
MaxRemote™ toward the video camera
integrated to the equipment or towards
the lateral Panel. In these local there
are the infra red receptors and for this
reason it is easier to set the communication.
I can ́t use the function key Panel or
loaded mouse on the MaxRemote™
1. Verify if the MaxRemote™ is loaded
(blue LED on next to the key ESC) and
if the communicator Wi-Fi is connected
to the rear USB door.
2. Check if the selector ON/OFFon the
lateral of the MaxRemote™ is in the
position “ON”.
3. If the problem is the mouse, try to
disable blocking cursor movement of
the cursor through the central button
(arrow).
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Even with the volume of the monitor in
high, there is no audio coming from the
equipment
1.Verify if the central volume of the
Operational System (Windows) is
activated.
2. Verify if the Maxpad™ is in the
function “mute” or if the Windows is
configured in the “mute”.
3. Verify if the sound of the Maxpad™
is coming from the loud speaker of the
MaxRemote™. If it is press the key
“Fn”+ the key “Audio” in orange (placed
on the space bar) to return the audio to
the speakers of Maxpad™.
The screen does not reply to the touch
or presents a strange behavior
1. Try to reset the equipment using the
Windows Menu or through the General
Key (second option).
2. Make the cleaning of the touch
screen system as indicated on page 36
of this manual.
3. Make the recalibration process of
the system, using the Crystal Touch
Manager software installed in the
Maxpad™.
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The image of the cable TV DVD/Blu
Ray does not appear in the TV Maxpad
applicative
1. TV Maxpad TV was not executed. In
order to execute it click on the orange
icon (MaxpadTV) placed on the main
screen of the Widows 8 (Start menu).
2. Verify if the cable TV or DVD/
Blu Ray is connected properly through
the Video Component through the
cable of three colors – blue, green and
red + audio (read and white) which
comes with the product.
3. Verify if the adaptor cable (video
component for HDMI AV) is connected
properly.
4. Verify if the cable TV or DVD/
Blu Ray is connected directly through
HDMI. If it is probably it is not working
due to HDCP blockage which these
devices have. In this case use the video
component or the conventional video
output.
The camera is out of focus
Turn the Wide View Lens clockwise
or anti clockwise until you reach the
perfect focus.
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The Wi-Fi signal is too weak
1. Verify if the external antenna is connected properly.
2. Check if the Wi-Fi router of the local
is ON, working and in a distance to
make the connection successfully.
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General technical specifications Item
Specifications
Panel LCD
Maxpad™ 39”
Screensize: 39“
Dimensions of the active area:
853.92 mm (H) x 480.33 mm (V)
High Contrast (3500:1)
Fast reply time (9.5 ms)
Full HDTV (1920 x 1080 pixels) - True HDTV with ultra
large vision angle: technology Super MVA
Vision Angle: 176 (H) / 176 (V) (CR > 20)
in conformity with RoHS
Life Expectancy of the LED: 50,000 hours
Panel LCD
Maxpad™ 50”
Screensize: 50“
Dimensions of the active area:
1095.84 mm (H) x 616.41 mm (V)
High Contrast (4000:1)
Fast reply time (4 ms)
Full HDTV (1920 x 1080 pixels) - True HDTV with ultra
large vision angle: technology Super MVA
Vision Angle: 176 (H) / 176 (V) (CR > 20)
in conformity with RoHS
Life Expectancy of the LED: 50,000 hours
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Painel LCD
Maxpad™ 64,5”
Screensize: 64,5”“
Dimensions of the active area:
1428.48 mm (H) x 803.52 mm (V)
High Contrast (5000:1)
Fast reply time (4 ms)
Full HDTV (1920 x 1080 pixels) - True HDTV with ultra
large vision angle: technology Super MVA
Vision Angle: 176 (H) / 176 (V) (CR > 20)
in conformity with RoHS
Life Expectancy of the LED: 50,000 hours
Touch screen
Technology
Technology Apek QuadSensor
Method of touch detection:
optical sensing through micro cameras
Number of micro cameras: 4
Thickness of the micro cameras: 4 mm
Feeding: USB 90mA
Touch Method: fingers, gloves, stylus or any other object
Method of screen illumination: perimeter in oval optical
fiber with reflective threads and retro illumination through
LEDs IR system
Activation of the touch: No need to pressure (“touchless”)
Durability of the touch device: unlimited
Precision of the touch: 0.3 to 2mm, 0.5 mm (typical)
Multi Touch Function:
recognizes up to 06 simultaneous touches
Resolution: 12 million points under the touch area
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Touch Screen
Technology
(continuation)
Frame Rate: 100 fsp Replytime:5-10ms
ESD:Dischargepercontact: 8kV,
Dischargethroughtheair:15kV
Temperature for the operation: 0°C to 55°C Temperature
for storage: -25°C to 125°C
Humidity for the operation: 10% to 90%, non-condensed
Transparency: > 92%, including the glass
Frame Height: 4 mm
Audio
Two speakers - power 15W RMS
Processor
Processor A10 5800K
Processing Cores: 4 (QuadCore)
Cache L2: 4MB
Integrated Graph (APU): ATI Radeon 7660 2GB / 256 bits
Memory and storage
8GB DDR3 1333 Mhz (expendable until 64 GB) SSD
(SolidStateDrive) of 30GB -for the Operational System
and HD SATA 500 GB 7200 RPM - for the content storage (only for the models Maxpad and Maxpad Pro).
Operational System
Windows 8 SL or Windows 7 Professional.
Apek Softwares
Maxpad TV / Bigpad (this last one available only in
Windows 7).
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Integrated camera
Cylindrical Aluminum body that permits Vision Angle
adjust
Resolution: 5MB
Captures the videos in up to 1920x1080 pixels (Full HD)
Manual focus adjust (optional)
Sensor CMOS QSXGA for high quality image and low
consumption of energy
Technology of image active pixels clear and colorful, both
precise in the reproduction
Functions of Automatic Image Control: automatic
exposition control (AEC), automatic white balance
(AWB), automatic gain control (AGC), automatic band
filter (ABF)
Update Tax: 50/60 Hz
Detection and automatic black level calibration (ABLC).
Performance with low illumination – ideal for any illumination condition.
Capability to transfer data:
Motion JPEG compacted in 2048 x
1536 QXGA (15fps) and 1920 x 1080 (20fps)
It may support resolutions of up to 2592x1944 QSXGA
(YUY2 2.5fps)
Vision angle: 99°
Parameters of controlled softwares (resolution, color,
brightness, saturation) High quality lens with “TrueColor”
and “DistortionCorrection” Integrated Microphone
Voltage
110 V ~ 220 V with automatic commutation
Maintenance
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Interfaces and
connections
1 interface PS / 2 for keyboard / mouse
1 interface D-Sub (VGA) - for external monitor connection
1 interface DVI-D - for external monitor connection
1 interface HDMI (in use for the integrated PC)
1 interface of optical audio - connector S/PDIF
2 interfaces USB 3.0/2.0
6 interfaces USB 2.0/1.1 (two in the lateral panel)
1 interface RJ-45 (Gigabit Ethernet Net
10/100/1000Mbps)
3 interfaces (Line In / Line Out / Microphone)
1 Interface of Wi-Fi wireless (with external antenna)
pattern 802.11a/b/g/n / 150Mbps
1 standard connector of energy PC ATX (3-pin male)
Maxpad TV Panel:
1 interface for video input HDMI (compatible with devices
without DHCP)
1 interface for video input HDMI (through cable HDMI/
Video Component/Video/Audio/S- Video)
Integrated LCD:
1 interface D-Sub (VGA) - for connection with external
PC, DVD Player, BluRay, etc.
1 interface DVI-D for connection with external PC, DVD
Player, BluRay, etc.
1 interface HDMI (in use for the integrated PC), but it
may be connected with an external PC, DVD Player, Blu
Ray, etc.
1 interface of audio input (to use speakers of Maxpad).
Maintenance
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Dimensions
Maxpad 39”
Without supports (mm): 961 (L) x 586 (A) x123 (P)
With table support (mm): 961 (L) x 649 (A) x 286 (P)
With packaging (mm): 1.300 (L) x 240 (A) x 840 (P)
Dimensions
Maxpad 50”
Without supports (mm):1.197 (L) x 720 (A) x 123 (P)
With table support (mm): 1.197 (L) x 783 (A) x 286 (P)
With packaging (mm): 1.300 (L) x 240 (A) x 840 (P)
Dimensions
Maxpad 64,5”
Without supports (mm):1.549 (L) x 924 (A) x 136 (P)
With table support (mm): 1.549 (L) x 987 (A) x 301 (P)
With packaging (mm): 1.660 (L) x 240 (A) x 1.040 (P)
Power
Maxpad 39”: 250 W
Maxpad 50”: 300 W
Maxpad 64.5”:350 W
Weight
Maxpad 39”: 33 Kg
Maxpad 39” with table support: 35,8 Kg
Maxpad 39” with packing: 36 Kg
Maxpad 50”: 43 Kg
Maxpad 50” with table support: 45,8 Kg
Maxpad 50” with packing: 46 Kg
Maxpad 64.5”: 74 Kg
Maxpad 64.5” with table support: 74,8 Kg
Maxpad 64.5” with packing: 77 Kg
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