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ELMO Wireless Slate / Tablet
CRA-1
User's Guide
Please read this manual well before using CRA-1.
Please preserve this manual in preparation for the emergency importantly.
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
1) Read these instructions.
2) Keep these instructions.
3) Heed all warnings.
4) Follow all instructions.
5) Do not use this apparatus near water.
6) Clean only with dry cloth.
7) Do not block any ventilation openings,
Install in accordance with the
manufacturer’s instructions.
8) Do not install near any heat sources
such as radiators, heat registers, stoves,
or other apparatus (including amplifiers)
that produce heat.
9) Do not defeat the safety purpose of the
polarized or grounding-type plug. A
polarized plug has two blades with one
wider than the other. A grounding type
plug has two blades and a third grounding
prong. The wide blade or the third prong
are provided for your safety.
If the provided plug does not fit into your
outlet, consult an electrician for
replacement of the obsolete outlet.
10) Protect the power cord from being
walked on or pinched particularly at
plugs, convenience receptacles, and the
point where they exit from the apparatus.
11) Only use attachments/accessories
specified by the manufacturer.
12) Use only with the cart, stand, tripod,
bracket, or table
specified by the
manufacturer, or sold
with the apparatus.
When a cart is used,
use caution when moving the
cart/apparatus combination to avoid
injury from tip-over.
13) Unplug this apparatus during
lightning storms or when unused for long
periods of time.
14) Refer all servicing to qualified service
personnel. Servicing is required when
the apparatus has been damaged in any
way, such as power-supply cord or plug
is damaged, liquid has been spilled or
objects have fallen into the apparatus,
the apparatus has been exposed to rain
or moisture, does not operate normally,
or has been dropped.
The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol,
within an equilateral triangle, is intended to
alert the user to the presence of uninsulated
"dangerous voltage" within the product's
enclosure that may be of sufficient magnitude
to constitute a risk of electric shock to persons.
This marking is located at the bottom of
product.
The exclamation point within an equilateral
triangle is intended to alert the user to the
presence of important operating and
maintenance (servicing) instructions in the
literature accompanying the product.
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WARNING:
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OR ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS
PRODUCT TO RAIN OR MOISTURE.
WARNING: Handling the cord on this product or cords associated with accessories sold with this product, will
expose you to lead, a chemical known to the State of California to cause birth defects or other reproductive harm.
Wash hands after handling.
NOTICE:
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules and with RSS-210 of Industry Canada.
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 made to this equipment not expressly approved by (manufacturer name)
may void the FCC authorization to operate this equipment.
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device,
pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules.
These limits are designed to provide reasonable
protection against harmful interference in a residential installation.
This equipment generates,
uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the
instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications.
guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation.
However, there is no
If this equipment does cause
harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the
equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of
the following measures: • Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna. • Increase the separation
between the equipment and receiver. • Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different
from that to which the receiver is connected. • Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV
technician for help.
Radiofrequency radiation exposure Information:
The radiated output power of the device is far below the FCC radio frequency exposure limits.
Nevertheless, the device shall be used in such a manner that the potential for human contact
during normal operation is minimized.
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Usage Precautions
About radio waves used by this product
This product uses radio waves on the 2.4 GHz band. When using this product, a radio
station license is not necessary. However, please note the following cautions.
Do not use near the following:
■ Microwave ovens, industrial, scientific or medical equipment, such as pacemakers
■ In-factory radio stations for mobile unit identification systems (radio stations that require
a license) used in production lines of factories.
■ Specified low power radio stations (radio stations that do not require a license)
■ IEEE802.11g/b wireless LAN units
When this unit is used near any of the equipment mentioned above, it is possible that
electric wave interference could occur.
About wireless equipment used on the 2.4 GHz band
This frequency bandwidth is the same as for industrial, scientific, and medical equipment
such as microwave ovens, mobile unit identification systems (radio stations that require a
license) used in factory production lines, and specified low-power radio stations (radio
stations that do not require a license).
■ Before using this device, check that there are no radio stations for mobile unit
identification systems or specified low-power radio stations nearby.
■ If this product emits radio waves which interfere with in-factory radio stations for mobile unit
identification systems, cease use immediately and stop generating the radio waves. For
information on countermeasures, etc. (for example, erecting partitions), contact one of our
sales departments whose details are provided at the end of this manual.
■ If this unit emits radio waves which interfere with specified low-power radio stations
used for mobile unit identification systems, or causes similar problems, contact one of
our sales departments whose details are provided at the end of this manual.
About lithium-ion batteries
The lithium-ion battery that is used in the tablet is a rechargeable Li-ion battery. Because
this lithium-ion battery is easily affected by temperature and humidity, store it in a dry
location between 15 and 25°C.
During charging, after charging, and during use, the lithium-ion battery becomes warm.
Remove the lithium-ion battery from the tablet if it will not be used for a long time.
When using the lithium-ion battery, check that the outside and terminals of the battery are
not deformed in any way. Deformed lithium-ion batteries can be very dangerous and
should not be used under any circumstances.
The lithium-ion battery's service life is reduced if frequent top-up charging is performed.
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For unneeded lithium-ion batteries, cover the metallic sections with insulating tape such as
Scotch Tape, and recycle them in accordance with your local regulations, or take them to one
of our sales departments whose details are provided at the end of this manual.
Replacing the lithium-ion battery
If the unit can only be used for an extremely short time or the power does not come on, the
lithium-ion battery has reached the end of its service life.
Please purchase a new lithium-ion battery from one of our sales departments whose
details are provided at the end of this manual.
Note that the lithium-ion battery is considered to be a consumable item and therefore a fee is
charged even if it falls within our warranty period.
About the operating environment and storage
■ This model is for indoor use only. It cannot be used outdoors.
■ Do not place the product in a damp or dusty location, in a location exposed to the sea
breeze, or in an area exposed to high vibration.
The operating environment conditions are as follows.
Temperature: 0 to 40°C
Humidity: 30 to 90% (no condensation)
■ Do not store in a location exposed to direct sunlight or near to heating equipment.
Discoloration, deformation or malfunctions could result.
Maintenance
Remove the connected cable and the lithium-ion battery, and store this product in a
location that is not subject to humidity or moisture.
- Remove any dirt from the product with a soft, dry cloth.
- To remove stubborn dirt, dilute some detergent in water, dip a soft cloth in the water,
and then ring it out before using it to wipe away the dirt. Do not use any volatile solvents
such as thinner or benzene.
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Contents
Usage Precautions .............................................................................................................. 4
About radio waves used by this product ............................................................................ 4
About wireless equipment used on the 2.4 GHz band ...................................................... 4
About lithium-ion batteries ................................................................................................. 4
Replacing the lithium-ion battery ....................................................................................... 5
About the operating environment and storage .................................................................. 5
Maintenance ...................................................................................................................... 5
Before Use ........................................................................................................................... 8
Main functions ................................................................................................................... 8
System requirements......................................................................................................... 9
Supplied Items ................................................................................................................... 10
Preparations....................................................................................................................... 11
Software installation and uninstallation ........................................................................... 11
Connections .................................................................................................................... 12
Part Names ......................................................................................................................... 13
Charging the tablet .......................................................................................................... 14
Tablet preparations .......................................................................................................... 15
About the LEDs ............................................................................................................... 17
Using the Pen .................................................................................................................. 18
Operating the tablet ......................................................................................................... 21
Storing the wireless adapter and pen .............................................................................. 23
Using Image Mate Accent ................................................................................................. 24
Starting Image Mate Accent............................................................................................. 24
Screen configuration........................................................................................................ 24
Mode descriptions ........................................................................................................... 25
Drawing ........................................................................................................................... 26
Deleting ........................................................................................................................... 26
Document Camera mode ................................................................................................ 27
Displaying the Document Camera image ...................................................................... 27
Operating the Document Camera ................................................................................. 28
Using the mask ............................................................................................................. 28
Using the highlight ......................................................................................................... 29
Using the scroll .............................................................................................................. 29
Using compare pictures................................................................................................. 30
Setting the computer image as the background ............................................................ 30
Saving the contents of a lesson on video ...................................................................... 31
Saving the contents of a lesson as a picture ................................................................. 31
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Whiteboard mode ............................................................................................................ 34
Setting the whiteboard .................................................................................................. 34
Changing the background ............................................................................................. 34
Setting the computer image as the background ............................................................ 34
Saving the contents of a lesson on video ...................................................................... 34
Saving the contents of a lesson as a picture ................................................................. 34
Teaching material mode .................................................................................................. 37
Viewing pictures and videos .......................................................................................... 37
Operating a video .......................................................................................................... 40
Setting the computer image as the background ............................................................ 40
Saving the contents of a lesson on video ...................................................................... 40
Saving the contents of a lesson as a picture ................................................................. 40
Using the mask ............................................................................................................. 40
Using the highlight ......................................................................................................... 40
Using the scroll .............................................................................................................. 40
Using compare pictures................................................................................................. 40
Teaching material creation mode..................................................................................... 43
Creating a new teaching material .................................................................................. 43
Opening a teaching material ......................................................................................... 43
Saving a teaching material ............................................................................................ 45
Operating the Document Camera ................................................................................. 45
Creating a Document Camera video ............................................................................. 45
Changing the background ............................................................................................. 48
Inserting pictures ........................................................................................................... 49
Using stamps................................................................................................................. 50
Entering text .................................................................................................................. 51
Selecting a line or picture .............................................................................................. 51
Setting the computer image as the background ............................................................ 51
Saving the contents of a displayed screen .................................................................... 51
Changing the pen settings............................................................................................. 52
Changing a line or picture ............................................................................................. 53
Setting mode ................................................................................................................... 56
Button list ......................................................................................................................... 58
Troubleshooting ................................................................................................................ 60
Product Specifications ..................................................................................................... 63
About Trademarks ............................................................................................................. 63
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Before Use
Caution
Please note that screens and figures used in this manual may differ from the actual
views.
Thank you very much for purchasing this product.
Please read this manual carefully to make suitable use of this product. Also, please be sure to
refer to any supplemental information included with this product.
Main functions
This product is an educational tool for making lessons using ELMO's Document Camera more
enjoyable and easier to understand.
The product has various indispensable features for teaching more effective lessons.
- Drawing on the Document Camera image
Because you can draw directly onto the Document Camera image, you can directly
communicate the important points that cannot be explained fully just by display.
- Large and viewer-friendly screen
Equipped with an innovative user interface born from ELMO's in-depth knowledge of lessons
using Document Cameras. The icons are large and easy to remember, and are simple to
operate from anywhere in the classroom. This provides powerful support for your lessons.
- Wireless function brings new possibilities
Thanks to the USB wireless communication, you are free to draw up to 15 meters away from
the computer.
- Various recording methods are available immediately
With "Lesson recording", you can easily record both the text written on the Document Camera
and audio. Easy, one-touch playback can be performed of recorded images. Both the
examples that you want to show the students and any written text are recorded together, so
you can show them to students again to help with their learning.
Other recording methods are also available to suit different objectives. "Intermittent recording"
enables the monitoring of changes over a long period of time, while "Frame recording" allows
you to record only the scenes that you want.
- Effortless creation of the required teaching materials
You can create teaching materials for lessons with the Document Camera. It is simple to
retrieve the created teaching materials for use in class. This product is designed especially for
use while lessons are in progress, enabling you to teach a wide range of lessons without
interrupting the flow of the class.
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System requirements
Computer model
IBM PC/AT compatible
Operating system
Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition / Professional SP2
(OS)
(32bit)
Microsoft Windows Vista Home Basic / Home Premium /
Business / Enterprise / Ultimate SP1 (32bit)
Microsoft Windows 7 Starter / Home Premium /
Professional / Ultimate (32bit)
CPU
Intel Core 2 Duo
2 GHz equivalent or higher
Memory
2 GB or higher
Hard disk
1 GB or higher
Video Board
Correspond to Microsoft DirectX 9.0c
Screen resolution
1024×768 pixels or higher
32-bit or higher
USB
USB 2.0 HI-SPEED
Compatible document
· L-1ex / TT-02RX
cameras
· L-1n / TT-02s
· P10S
· P10
· P30S
· CO-10 ( i-Pochette )
Caution
- If a sound device cannot be used, some of the functions may not operate.
- Operation is not guaranteed for all computer environments.
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Supplied Items
The product's package has the following contents. Contact your dealer if any of the
following items are not included in the package you purchased.
Wireless
adapter
Tablet
Tweezers for
replacing
the extra cores
USB cable
for charging
Installation
Pen
Dry cell AAA
battery
(For the pen)
Extra core ×3
Lithium-ion
battery for tablet
Application software
RGB / USB composite cable
(Image Mate
(For connecting Document Camera
Accent)
to computer)
CD-ROM
Manual
Installation
Manual
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Preparations
Software installation and uninstallation
■ Installation
To use this product, you need to install Image Mate Accent on the computer you are using.
Use the following procedure to install the software.
1. Insert the supplied CD in the computer's CD drive.
2. Select "Install Image Mate Accent" from the menu.
Caution
Depending on your environment, the menu may not be displayed automatically. Run
"Win → startup.exe" from the CD drive.
3. Follow the on-screen instructions to install.
Caution
Depending on your environment, a warning message may appear about
compatibility with the hardware or digital signatures. No problems will occur, so
continue with the installation.
4. When installation is complete, the "Image Mate Accent" icon is displayed on the desktop.
Caution
Depending on your environment, you may be prompted to restart the computer.
Follow the instructions to restart the computer.
■ Uninstallation
To remove Image Mate Accent from your computer, remove it using your OS's uninstall
function.
Caution
There is no influence on other software though a part of data might remain in
uninstallation for reinstalling.
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Connections
This section shows a connection example for the effective use of this product.
■ Items to prepare
This product, and items supplied with this
Items sold separately
product
● Tablet
● Wireless adapter
● RGB / USB composite cable
● Document Camera (L-1n / TT-02s, L-1ex /
TT-02RX, P10S, P30S, P10, CO-10
(i-Pochette) )
● Computer
● Projector
● RGB cable
(1)
Arrange the parts and connect the cables as shown in the figure.
Caution
For more details about the installation and operation of each device, see the
corresponding User's Guide.
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Part Names
Tablet
Power button
Turns the tablet ON or OFF.
USB
Press the button for 3 seconds or
more to turn the tablet OFF.
When the power is ON, it is lit blue.
When the battery charge is low, it
flashes.
Status LED
Indicates the wireless and battery
charge status.
Function keys
Enables quick Image Mate Accent
operations. See <Function keys> for
more details.
Tablet base
Pen slot
Holds the pen.
Wireless settings button
Used when performing communication
settings with the wireless adapter.
Wireless adapter storage slot
Insert the wireless adapter.
Battery box
Only install a lithium-ion battery made
for this product.
Caution
Pen
Only open when absolutely
necessary.
Wireless adapter
Wireless settings button (LED)
Used when performing
communication settings with the
Side button 2
Side button 1
tablet.
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Charging the tablet
(1)
Install the lithium-ion battery in the tablet.
Install the supplied lithium-ion battery
in the battery box on the base of the
tablet.
Battery box cover
Printed surface upwards
Lithium-ion
battery
Tablet base
Caution
(2)
Note the insertion direction of the lithium-ion battery.
Only open the battery box when necessary.
Connect the computer and the tablet via a USB cable for charging.
When charging starts:
The "Status LED" in the center of the
tablet is lit.
When charging is complete:
The "Status LED" turns off.
Charging time: Approx. 4 hours
Caution
Disconnect the USB cable for charging from the computer as soon as charging
is complete.
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Tablet preparations
(1)
Connect the wireless adapter to the computer's USB port.
(2)
Turn on the tablet.
(1) When you press the power button, the power
LED is lit.
* If the power LED flashes or stays off, there
is not enough charge in the lithium-ion
battery. Charge the lithium-ion battery.
(2) If the "Status LED" on the tablet flashes
repeatedly and communication is not possible,
see <If tablet communication cannot be
performed>.
If this product is used as described below, the communication range between
the tablet and wireless adapter may be shortened, or communication may
become unstable.
- There is an obstruction between the tablet and wireless adapter
- The product is used while placed on top of a computer
Caution - A wireless device or electronic equipment is being used nearby
- The tablet is moved while being used
Also, due to the inherent characteristics of wireless communication, the
communication may become unstable in some positional relationships between
the tablet and wireless adapter.
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■ If tablet communication cannot be performed (Status LED flashes)
Perform the wireless settings using the "Wireless settings buttons" on the base of the
tablet and the wireless adapter.
Turn ON the tablet's power, and
press the "Wireless settings button"
on the rear side.
↓
The "Status LED" flashes at high
speed.
↓
Press the "Wireless settings button"
on the wireless adapter.
↓
The "Status LED" on the tablet turns
off for a few seconds.
When the "Status LED" turns off, the
tablet and wireless adapter can
communicate, and the tablet can be
used.
Caution
Tablet rear side
Wireless adapter
Perform the wireless setting within 30 seconds of pressing the "Wireless
settings button" on the rear side of the tablet.
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About the LEDs
The power button LED and status LED on the tablet and the wireless settings button LED on
the wireless adapter indicate the status of the devices.
■ Power LED
LED status
Operation
Power is OFF.
OFF
Press the power button to turn the power ON.
Power is ON.
Lit
Press the power button for 3 seconds to turn the power OFF.
Flashing
There is not enough charge in the lithium-ion battery.
Charge the battery.
■ Status LED
LED status
Operation
When the power is ON, communication with the wireless adapter is
OFF
being performed correctly.
High-speed flashing
(Turns ON and OFF The wireless settings button is pressed.
every 0.5 second)
Flashing
(Turns ON and OFF
every 1 second)
Lit
Cannot communicate with the wireless adapter.
See <If tablet communication cannot be performed>.
Charging.
■ Wireless settings button LED
LED status
OFF
High-speed
flashing
Flashing
Operation
The computer's power is not ON, or when the power is ON, communication
with the tablet is being performed correctly.
The wireless settings button for the wireless adapter is pressed.
Cannot communicate with the tablet.
See <If tablet communication cannot be performed>.
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Using the Pen
■ Installing the dry cell battery
Install the dry cell battery in the pen before
use.
Caution
- Pay attention to the polarity (+/-) of the dry cell battery.
- Remove the dry cell battery if the pen will not be used for a long time.
- Do not try to recharge or short-circuit the dry cell battery.
- Use an AAA alkali dry cell battery. Do not use a rechargeable battery (such as
Ni-cd).
- The supplied dry cell battery is for an initial operation check. Its operating life
is not guaranteed.
Battery replacement period
When the dry cell battery is running low, the operability may deteriorate.
Caution
- Be careful because the dry cell battery may pop out when you remove the pen
cap.
- You should replace the dry cell battery at least once a year.
■ Replacing the pen tip
When the pen tip becomes round, replace it
with the supplied "extra core".
Use the supplied extra core replacement
tweezers when replacing the pen tip.
- When replacing the pen tip, be
sure to replace it with a supplied
"extra core".
Caution
- Make sure that children do not put
small parts into their mouths.
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■ Setting the side buttons and pen
Pen
Side button 2
Side button 1
The pen is equipped with "side buttons" to provide assistance with pen operations.
(1)
Place the cursor on the "Tablet driver" icon that is displayed on the
taskbar, click side button 2 (for the initial setting) or right-click, and then
select "Setting" in the menu that appears.
(2)
The tablet driver Setting & Test draw screen is displayed.
⑤
②
③
①
④
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① Drawing area
It is a trial drawing area to confirm pen touch sense.
② Menu
Setting drawing and operate application.
③ Drawing setting
Deletes all the lines that are drawn on the screen when
push eraser button.
Setting color of pen by the color buttons.
④ Pen touch sense
Sets the value determining when the pen has touched
the tablet.
When the value is hardened, you need to press more
firmly to draw a line.
If cursor movements are generating unintended
drawing and tapping, harden the value.
Caution
⑤ Close button
When the pen touch sense is changed,
please wait for about one second with
the pen away from the tablet.
Close Setting & Test draw screen.
Notice
• Only when the tablet is connected, Pen touch sense is displayed.
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Operating the tablet
Notice
• When the pen is tilted extremely to the tablet, the correct recognition may not be performed. It is
recommended that the pen is used vertically as possible.
• If the pen is not used for a while, it enters power-saving mode. To reactivate and use the pen, tap
the pen tip once.
■ Moving the cursor
The operation area of the tablet and the screen of the computer are synchronized.
Computer screen
When you move the pen on the tablet’s
operating area, the cursor on your
computer screen moves and the
operation status is active.
The pen cannot be used if it is moved
away from the tablet's operating area.
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■Clicking (thick lines)
Tap the pen once within the operating
area.
Ta
p
■ Double-clicking
Tap the pen twice within the operating
area.
■ Dragging
Move the pen with the tip pressed
against the tablet within the operating
area.
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Tap once
■ Function keys
Activate an Image Mate Accent function
by tapping the function key that you
want.
The following function keys are available.
Go to Document Camera mode.
Go to whiteboard mode.
Go to teaching material mode.
Go to teaching material creation mode.
Go to the setting mode screen.
Quit Image Mate Accent.
For more details on each function, see <Mode descriptions>.
Storing the wireless adapter and pen
You can store the pen and wireless
adapter in the tablet.
Store the wireless adapter with the
wireless settings button on the tablet
side.
The falling prevention lock is applied.
Tablet base
Caution
When storing the wireless adapter, make sure it is securely stored in the tablet,
and be careful not to drop it while carrying it around.
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Using Image Mate Accent
Starting Image Mate Accent
To start Image Mate Accent, select
- If you cannot find
Caution
on the computer.
select, and then start Image Mate Accent from start menu
of Windows, and ELMO→Image Mate Accent.
- Do not change the resolution settings for the computer screen while Image Mate
Accent is running.
Screen configuration
① Drawing area
This area is for displaying the Document Camera image and
drawing. The entire monitor is the drawing area.
② Status display area
The current operation is indicated with an icon.
③ Drawing menu area
You can select the pen to use for drawing, or delete all
drawings.
④ Menu area
These buttons are for settings or operations.
⑤ Sub menu area
This menu is displayed or hidden depending on the mode.
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Mode descriptions
When using Image Mate Accent, change the mode to suit your objective.
■ Document Camera mode
This mode is for using a Document Camera in a lesson.
It displays the image of the Document Camera.
■ Whiteboard mode
This mode is for using the product as a whiteboard in a lesson.
A pre-prepared background is displayed.
■ Teaching material mode
This mode is for using teaching materials in a lesson.
The teaching materials are pictures, videos and teaching material data that are created
with Image Mate Accent.
The selected teaching material is displayed in this mode.
■ Teaching material creation mode
This mode is for creating teaching materials for use in a lesson.
You can create teaching materials using resources such as Document Camera images,
pictures, stamps and videos.
■ Setting mode
This mode is for setting Image Mate Accent operations.
It can be used to display the version or status of connected devices, and to set Image
Mate Accent operations such as "Pen settings", "Hide menus" and "Expert mode".
The modes can be changed with the function keys at the top of the tablet, or with the menu
button in the "Expert" setting. Drawn lines are retained when the mode is changed.
Notice
• If you create an example video or prepare an accurate drawing before a lesson in teaching
material creation mode, it will help make your class run smoothly.
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Drawing
(1)
Select the pen to use from
Caution
(2)
and
on the right of the screen.
The button is different according to the setting.
Drag to draw.
Deleting
(1)
If you only want to delete part of the drawings, align the cursor with the
area that you want to delete and press side button 2, or drag while
pressing side button 1.
Caution
(2)
You cannot delete a part of a continuous line.
To delete all the lines on a screen, press
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Document Camera mode
You can use Image Mate Accent to display an image from a Document Camera and operate
the camera, and draw on the displayed image.
When connecting the devices, refer to <Connections> if necessary.
Displaying the Document Camera image
(1)
Turn on the Document Camera.
Caution
When the Document Camera is connected for the first time when OS is Windows
XP, the driver may start to install. Follow the instructions on the screen to perform
the installation.
(2)
Start Image Mate Accent.
When Image Mate Accent starts, the image from the Document Camera is displayed.
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Operating the Document Camera
(1)
Operate by pressing
,
and
on the right of the screen.
Using the mask
(1)
Press
(2)
The entire screen is masked. Drag the mask to move it.
Caution
(3)
on the bottom left of the screen.
In one operation, you can only move the range up or down or to the left or right.
When the mask range touches the edge of the screen, the movement stops. You
can drag the range again to move it.
To cancel the mask, press
on the bottom left of the screen.
Mask
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Using the highlight
(1)
Press
(2)
The highlighted area is displayed on the screen. Drag the highlighted
area to move it.
Caution
In expert mode, you can change the highlight range by dragging areas that are not
highlighted.
(3)
on the bottom left of the screen.
To cancel the highlight, press
Using the scroll
on the bottom left of the screen.
Highlight
(1)
Press
(2)
An electronically magnified image is displayed on the screen. Drag the
electronically magnified area to move it.
(3)
To cancel the scroll, press
on the bottom left of the screen.
on the bottom left of the screen.
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Using compare pictures
(1)
Press
(2)
The screen is split, with the picture shot when the button is pressed
displayed on the left, and the current Document Camera image displayed
on the right. Drag the displayed area to move it.
on the bottom left of the screen.
Document
Camera
image
Picture
(3)
To cancel compare pictures, press
on the bottom left of the screen.
Setting the computer image as the background
(1)
Tap
on the right of the screen, and then press
computer screen.
(2)
Press
to set the computer screen as the background, and press
to return Image Mate Accent to the previous condition.
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to display the
Saving the contents of a lesson on video
(1)
Display the image that you want to save on video.
(2)
Tap
on the right of the screen and select
video, and select
to stop the recording.
Caution
to start recording on
- When the mode is changed to "Teaching material creation mode", the recording
stops.
- To check the created video, refer to <Viewing pictures and videos>.
- For details of connections and settings for external input devices necessary for
audio recording, please refer to the respective manuals.
Saving the contents of a lesson as a picture
(1)
Display the image that you want to save as a picture.
(2)
Tap
Caution
on the right of the screen, and select
to save a picture.
To check the created picture, refer to <Viewing pictures and videos>.
■ Menu buttons
Pen 1
Selects pen 1.
The initial setting is a red pen. You can change the
settings for this pen in "Settings".
Pen 2
Selects pen 2.
The initial setting is a black pen. You can change the
settings for this pen in "Settings".
Delete all
Deletes all the lines that are drawn on the screen.
If you only want to delete part of the drawings, align the
cursor with the area that you want to delete and press
side button 2, or tap while pressing side button 1.
Zoom +/-
The zoom control function of the Document Camera.
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AF
The AF (Auto Focus) function of the Document Camera.
Brightness +/-
The brightness control function of the Document
Camera.
Use to operate the computer.
On the computer screen, tap
Operate PC
to change to
<Whiteboard mode> with the captured PC image as the
background.
Start/stop lesson
recording
Capture
to display the previous condition.
Tap
Saves the currently displayed contents and the audio
that is input to the computer as a video.
Elements such as the Document Camera image that is
displayed on the background, the background image
and the drawn lines are recorded, but elements such as
the buttons and pointer are not recorded.
The saved videos can be played back in "
Teaching
material mode".
Saves the currently displayed contents as a picture.
Elements such as the Document Camera image that is
displayed on the background, the background image
and the drawn lines are recorded, but elements such as
the buttons and pointer are not recorded.
Teaching material
The pictures can be displayed in "
mode".
Settings
You can perform settings for the pen or Image Mate
Accent.
Quit
Quit Image Mate Accent.
Next menu
Displayed when the whole menu cannot be displayed on
one screen. Use this button to go to the next menu.
When the final menu is displayed, tap this button to
return to the first menu.
Undo
Enables you to redo the last drawing edit that you
performed (such as drawing with a pen or deleting with
the eraser). There is upper limit in “Undo” operation.
Select
You can select a line that you drew with a pen to move it
or change its size.
Stamp
You can insert stamps that you have pre-prepared.
Document Camera mode
Go to Document Camera mode.
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Whiteboard mode
Go to whiteboard mode.
Teaching material mode
Go to teaching material mode.
Teaching material creation
Go to teaching material creation mode.
mode
The grayed items can be used in expert mode.
See <Button list> for more details.
■ Sub menu buttons
Mask
This function hides part or all of the Document Camera
image that is displayed.
You can move the mask range by dragging it.
In one operation, you can only move the range up or
down or to the left or right. When the mask range
touches the edge of the screen, the movement stops.
You can drag the range again to move it.
Highlight
This function brings attention to a part of the Document
Camera image.
You can move the highlighted area by dragging it.
In expert mode, you can change the highlight range by
dragging areas that are not highlighted.
Scroll
This function performs electronic magnification of the
Document Camera image.
Use it to magnify areas that are too small.
Caution
Compare pictures
This is different from the zoom function of
the Document Camera.
This function displays together the picture that is shot
when the button is pressed and the current image. The
picture is displayed on the left of the screen and the
current image is displayed on the right.
Areas that are not displayed can be scrolled by dragging.
Use it to compare a picture with an image.
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Whiteboard mode
With Image Mate Accent, in addition to displaying the Document Camera, you can select a
pre-prepared background.
Setting the whiteboard
(1)
Start Image Mate Accent.
(2)
When Image Mate Accent has started, tap the
function key on the tablet.
Changing the background
(1)
Caution
Select the background to use from
(vertical lines),
(horizontal
lines),
(graph paper),
(musical score),
(Alphabet practice
sheet) and
(whiteboard).
To set a picture that you have prepared yourself as the background, use teaching
material mode or teaching material creation mode. See <Changing the
background> for more details.
Setting the computer image as the background
See <Setting the computer image as the background>.
Saving the contents of a lesson on video
See <Saving the contents of a lesson on video>.
Saving the contents of a lesson as a picture
See <Saving the contents of a lesson as a picture>.
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■ Menu buttons
Pen 1
Selects pen 1.
The initial setting is a red pen. You can change the
settings for this pen in "Settings".
Pen 2
Selects pen 2.
The initial setting is a black pen. You can change the
settings for this pen in "Settings".
Delete all
Deletes all the lines that are drawn on the screen.
If you only want to delete part of the drawings, align the
cursor with the area that you want to delete and press
side button 2, or tap while pressing side button 1.
Vertical line background
Sets vertical lines as the background.
Horizontal line background Sets horizontal lines as the background.
Graph paper background
Sets graph paper as the background.
Musical score background
Sets musical score as the background.
Alphabet practice sheet
Sets Alphabet practice sheet as the background.
background
Whiteboard background
Sets a whiteboard as the background.
Use to operate the computer.
Operate PC
On the computer screen, tap
captured PC image as the background.
Tap
Start/stop lesson
recording
Capture
to change the
to display the previous condition.
Saves the currently displayed contents and the audio
that is input to the computer as a video.
Elements such as the Document Camera image that is
displayed on the background, the background image
and the drawn lines are recorded, but elements such as
the buttons and pointer are not recorded.
Teaching
The saved videos can be played back in "
material mode".
Saves the currently displayed contents as a picture.
Elements such as the Document Camera image that is
displayed on the background, the background image and the
drawn lines are recorded, but elements such as the buttons and
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pointer are not recorded.
The pictures can be displayed in "
Settings
Teaching material mode".
You can perform settings for the pen or Image Mate
Accent.
Quit
Quit Image Mate Accent.
Next menu
Displayed when the whole menu cannot be displayed on
one screen. Use this button to go to the next menu.
When the final menu is displayed, tap this button to
return to the first menu.
Undo
Enables you to redo the last drawing edit that you
performed (such as drawing with a pen or deleting with
the eraser). There is the upper limits up to 20 times in
“Undo” operation.
Select
You can select a line that you drew with a pen to move it
or change its size.
Stamp
You can insert stamps that you have pre-prepared.
Document Camera mode
Go to Document Camera mode.
Whiteboard mode
Go to whiteboard mode.
Teaching material mode
Go to teaching material mode.
Teaching material creation
Go to teaching material creation mode.
mode
The grayed items can be used in expert mode.
See <Button list> for more details.
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Teaching material mode
You can use Image Mate Accent to save lesson contents, examples or other materials onto a
computer and play them back later.
When teaching material mode is entered, a screen for selecting the teaching material to view
is displayed.
Caution
In teaching material mode, the menu differs depending on the teaching material that
is retrieved.
Viewing pictures and videos
You can use Image Mate Accent to view the videos and pictures that you saved in <Saving
the contents of a lesson on video> and <Saving the contents of a lesson as a picture>.
(1)
Start Image Mate Accent.
(2)
When Image Mate Accent has started, tap the
tablet.
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function key on the
(3)
The teaching material selection screen is displayed. Select the picture or
video that you want to view.
Pictures, videos and teaching materials created in teaching material creation mode
can be selected in the teaching material selection screen.
It is displayed on the left when there is the last content of the edit.
The teaching materials are displayed from the latest update date, but favorite teaching
materials are displayed first regardless of their update dates.
Filter
Page
Filters the teaching materials to be displayed.
When all teaching materials cannot be displayed on a
single screen, they can be selected by changing the
page.
Information
Displays the update date for the selected teaching
material.
Type
Displays the type of the selected teaching material.
Favorite
Sets the selected teaching material as a favorite.
Favorite teaching materials are displayed first on the
teaching material selection screen.
Deletes the selected teaching material.
Be very careful when deleting because the deleted
teaching material cannot be restored.
Delete
Caution
Cancel
If a video or picture that is being used as
the background of a teaching material is
deleted, the teaching material will not be
displayed correctly.
Cancels the teaching material selection and returns to
the previous mode.
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Caution
When a video is displayed, depending on the environment or condition of your
computer, the video may play back slowly or the reaction time for operations may be
slow.
It may help if you close other applications.
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Operating a video
(1)
In the teaching material selection screen, select a video or a teaching
material that contains a video.
(2)
Operate the video with the buttons displayed below.
Playback speed
Play/pause
Changes the playback speed of the video. The playback
speed changes each time you tap the button.
Pauses or starts the video playback.
Changes the playback position of the video.
Sequence bar
Adjusts the volume of videos that have audio.
Volume
Caution
- Only displayed if your computer has a
sound device.
- This operation is only available when the
playback speed is in the normal setting.
Setting the computer image as the background
See <Setting the computer image as the background>.
Saving the contents of a lesson on video
See <Saving the contents of a lesson on video>.
Saving the contents of a lesson as a picture
See <Saving the contents of a lesson as a picture>.
Using the mask
See <Using the mask>.
Using the highlight
See <Using the highlight>.
Using the scroll
See <Using the scroll>.
Using compare pictures
See <Using compare pictures>.
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■ Menu buttons
Pen 1
Selects pen 1.
The initial setting is a red pen. You can change the
settings for this pen in "Settings".
Pen 2
Selects pen 2.
The initial setting is a black pen. You can change the
settings for this pen in "Settings".
Delete all
Deletes all the lines that are drawn on the screen.
If you only want to delete part of the drawings, align the
cursor with the area that you want to delete and press
side button 2, or tap while pressing side button 1.
Use to operate the computer.
On the computer screen, tap
Operate PC
to change to
<Whiteboard mode> with the captured PC image as the
background.
Tap
Start/stop lesson
recording
to display the previous condition.
Saves the currently displayed contents and the audio
that is input to the computer as a video.
Elements such as the Document Camera image that is
displayed on the background, the background image
and the drawn lines are recorded, but elements such as
the buttons and pointer are not recorded.
Teaching
The saved videos can be played back in "
material mode".
Capture
Saves the currently displayed contents as a picture.
Elements such as the Document Camera image that is
displayed on the background, the background image and the
drawn lines are recorded, but elements such as the buttons and
pointer are not recorded.
The pictures can be displayed in " Teaching material mode".
Settings
You can perform settings for the pen or Image Mate
Accent.
Quit
Quit Image Mate Accent.
Next menu
Displayed when the whole menu cannot be displayed on
one screen. Use this button to go to the next menu.
When the final menu is displayed, tap this button to
return to the first menu.
Undo
Enables you to redo the last drawing edit that you
performed (such as drawing with a pen or deleting with
the eraser). There is upper limit in “Undo” operation.
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Select
You can select a line that you drew with a pen to move it
or change its size.
Stamp
You can insert stamps that you have pre-prepared.
Document Camera mode
Go to Document Camera mode.
Whiteboard mode
Go to whiteboard mode.
Teaching material mode
Go to teaching material mode.
Teaching material creation mode
Go to teaching material creation mode.
The grayed items can be used in expert mode.
See <Button list> for more details.
■ Sub menu buttons
Mask
This function hides part or all of the Document Camera
image that is displayed.
You can move the mask range by dragging it.
In one operation, you can only move the range up or
down or to the left or right. When the mask range
touches the edge of the screen, the movement stops.
You can drag the range again to move it.
Highlight
This function brings attention to a part of the Document
Camera image.
You can move the highlighted area by dragging it.
In expert mode, you can change the highlight range by
dragging areas that are not highlighted.
Scroll
This function performs electronic magnification of the
Document Camera image.
Use it to magnify areas that are too small.
Caution
Compare pictures
This is different from the zoom function of
the Document Camera.
This function displays together the picture that is shot
when the button is pressed and the current image. The
picture is displayed on the left of the screen and the
current image is displayed on the right.
Areas that are not displayed can be scrolled by dragging.
Use it to compare a picture with an image.
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Teaching material creation mode
You can use Image Mate Accent to prepare teaching materials in advance for use in a lesson.
Caution
Be careful, because if you create a new teaching material, open a teaching material,
or change the mode, a teaching material that has not been saved will be lost.
(1)
Start Image Mate Accent.
(2)
When Image Mate Accent has started, tap the
tablet.
function key on the
Creating a new teaching material
(1)
Press
(2)
The teaching material currently being created is erased and a new
teaching material is created.
.
Opening a teaching material
(1)
Press
(2)
The teaching material selection screen is displayed. Select the picture or
video that you want to view.
.
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Pictures, videos and teaching materials created in teaching material creation mode
can be selected in the teaching material selection screen.
The teaching materials are displayed from the latest update date, but favorite teaching
materials are displayed first regardless of their update dates.
Page
When all teaching materials cannot be displayed on a
single screen, they can be selected by changing the
page.
Information
Displays the update date for the selected teaching
material.
Type
Displays the type of the selected teaching material.
Favorite
Sets the selected teaching material as a favorite.
Favorite teaching materials are displayed first on the
teaching material selection screen.
Deletes the selected teaching material.
Be very careful when deleting because the deleted
teaching material cannot be restored.
Delete
Caution
Cancel
Caution
If a video or picture that is being used as
the background of a teaching material is
deleted, the teaching material will not be
displayed correctly.
Cancels the teaching material selection and returns to
the previous mode.
When a video is displayed, depending on the environment or condition of your
computer, the video may play back slowly or the reaction time for operations may be
slow.
It may help if you close other applications.
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Saving a teaching material
(1)
Press
(2)
Save the teaching material that is currently being edited.
Caution
.
When a teaching material is opened and edited, a save operation
overwrites the previously saved data.
This means that the previous data is lost.
Operating the Document Camera
(1)
Press
on the right of the screen to display the Document Camera
remote control. (Not displayed if the Document Camera is not
connected.)
(2)
Perform operations by pressing
,
and
.
Creating a Document Camera video
(1)
Press
on the right of the screen to display the Document Camera
remote control. (Not displayed if the Document Camera is not
connected.)
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(2)
Press
and perform the record settings.
The following types of recording are available for creating a Document Camera video.
The details of the recording differ depending on the mode or application, so select a
type that is suitable for your objective.
Name
Description
Normal
recording
Saves the image of the Document Camera in a
video. Elements such as drawn lines, buttons,
pointers and audio are not saved.
Intermittent
recording
Saves the image of the Document Camera at the
interval set in "Intermittent recording time". This is
suitable for saving a subject that changes over a
long period of time.
Frame
recording
Records the image of the Document Camera each
time the frame recording button is tapped. If you
change the subject while saving, you can make a
video that is similar to animation.
Caution
Unlike the other modes, when recording in the teaching material creation mode, only
the image of the Document Camera is saved in the video.
(3)
Press
to start recording.
In frame recording, recording is performed each time
(4)
To finish the recording, press
.
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is tapped.
Caution
When the mode is changed to the “Document camera mode”, “Whiteboard mode”
and "Teaching material creation mode", the recording stops.
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Changing the background
When creating teaching materials, you can select a background from the pictures and
videos created with Image Mate Accent.
(1)
Press
, and select the picture or video to use as the background in
the BACKGROUND SELECT screen.
Pictures, videos and teaching materials created in teaching material creation mode
can be selected in the teaching material selection screen.
The teaching materials are displayed from the latest update date, but favorite teaching
materials are displayed first regardless of their update dates.
Filter
Page
Filters the teaching materials to be displayed.
When all teaching materials cannot be displayed on a
single screen, they can be selected by changing the
page.
Information
Displays the update date for the selected teaching
material.
Type
Displays the type of the selected teaching material.
Favorite
Sets the selected teaching material as a favorite.
Favorite teaching materials are displayed first on the
teaching material selection screen.
Deletes the selected teaching material.
Be very careful when deleting because the deleted
teaching material cannot be restored.
Delete
Caution
If a video or picture that is being used as
the background of a teaching material is
deleted, the teaching material will not be
displayed correctly.
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Select a picture that is saved on the computer.
Select file
Caution
Cancels the teaching material selection and returns to
the previous mode.
Cancel
(2)
Caution
Depending on the picture type, it may not
be possible to use some of the pictures
that are saved on your computer.
The selected picture is displayed as the background.
When a video is displayed, depending on the environment or condition of your
computer, the video may play back slowly or the reaction time for operations may be
slow.
It may help if you close other applications.
Inserting pictures
When creating teaching materials, you can insert pictures that are saved on your computer.
(1)
Press
(2)
Select a picture that is saved on the computer.
(3)
Drag and drop on the screen to insert the selected picture.
Caution
Depending on the picture type, it may not be possible to use some of the pictures
that are saved on your computer.
on the right of the screen.
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Using stamps
When creating teaching materials, you can insert stamps that you have pre-prepared.
(1)
Press
(2)
In the STAMP SELECT screen, select a stamp to use.
(3)
Click on the screen to insert the selected stamp.
on the right of the screen.
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Entering text
When creating teaching materials, you can enter text using the computer's keyboard.
(1)
Press
(2)
Tap on the screen to enable keyboard input.
The entered text is displayed in the color of the pen that was selected
last.
on the right of the screen.
Selecting a line or picture
(1)
Press
(2)
Drag on the screen to select a line or picture within the range of
dragging.
The selected line or picture can be moved by dragging it.
on the right of the screen.
Setting the computer image as the background
See <Setting the computer image as the background>.
Saving the contents of a displayed screen
See <Saving the contents of a lesson as a picture>.
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Changing the pen settings
(1)
on the right of the screen to display the pen settings screen.
Press
Pen 1/pen 2
/
Select the pen that you want to set.
Select the type for the selected pen.
/
/
Pencil
Draws lines with the set thickness
regardless of the pen pressure.
Marker
Draws lines with the set thickness
regardless of the pen pressure. The
displayed color is translucent.
Fountain
pen
Changes the thickness according to
the pen pressure.
Pencil/marker/fountain pen
Color button
/
Set the color for the selected pen.
/
Select the thickness for the selected pen.
Thickness
(2)
Select the pen type, color and pen thickness for pen 1 or pen 2, and then
tap OK.
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Changing a line or picture
(1)
Press
on the right of the screen to display the edit drawing screen.
In the edit drawing screen, you can change the selected line, picture or text.
Bring to front/send
to back
Copy/paste
Moves the position of the selected line or picture to the
front or back of other lines or pictures. This changes the
positions of overlapping lines or pictures.
Copies or pastes the selected line or picture. Use to
duplicate the same line or picture.
Change color
Changes the color of the selected line or text.
Change transparency
Changes the transparency of the selected line.
■ Menu buttons
Pen 1
Selects pen 1.
The initial setting is a red pen. You can change the
settings for this pen in "Settings".
Pen 2
Selects pen 2.
The initial setting is a black pen. You can change the
settings for this pen in "Settings".
Delete all
Deletes all the lines that are drawn on the screen.
If you only want to delete part of the drawings, align the
cursor with the area that you want to delete and press
side button 2, or tap while pressing side button 1.
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Document Camera
background
Set the background of teaching material creation mode
as the Document Camera image.
In teaching material creation mode, perform Document
Camera operations with the "Document Camera remote
control".
Change background
Select a background from vertical lines, horizontal lines,
graph paper, copy paper, musical score, Alphabet
practice sheet, whiteboard, previously recorded videos,
previously shot pictures, and pictures that are saved on
the computer.
Insert picture
Insert a picture that is saved on the computer.
Stamp
Insert a stamp that you have pre-prepared.
Enter text
Enter text with a keyboard.
Select
You can select a line, stamp or inserted picture to move
it or change its size.
Use to operate the computer.
Operate PC
On the computer screen, tap
captured PC image as the background.
Tap
Capture
to change the
to display the previous condition.
Saves the currently displayed contents as a picture.
Elements such as the Document Camera image that is
displayed on the background, the background image
and the drawn lines are recorded, but elements such as
the buttons and pointer are not recorded.
Teaching material
The pictures can be displayed in "
mode".
Pen settings
Perform pen settings.
Edit drawing
You can edit lines, stamps or inserted pictures, for
example by moving them, changing their size, or
copying and pasting them.
Undo
Enables you to redo the last drawing edit that you
performed (such as drawing with a pen or deleting with
the eraser). There is upper limit in “Undo” operation.
Document Camera mode
Go to Document Camera mode.
Whiteboard mode
Go to whiteboard mode.
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Teaching material mode
Go to teaching material mode.
Teaching material creation
Go to teaching material creation mode.
mode
Settings
You can perform settings for the pen or Image Mate
Accent.
Quit
Quit Image Mate Accent.
Next menu
Displayed when the whole menu cannot be displayed on
one screen. Use this button to go to the next menu.
When the final menu is displayed, tap this button to
return to the first menu.
■ Sub menu buttons
Create new
Create a new teaching material.
Open
Edit existing teaching material creation data. When this
button is pressed, the teaching material selection screen
is displayed. Select the data to edit.
Save the teaching material creation data that is currently
being edited.
Save
Caution
Depending on the picture type, it may not
be possible to use some of the pictures
that are saved on your computer.
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Setting mode
This mode is for setting Image Mate Accent operations.
(1)
Start Image Mate Accent.
(2)
When Image Mate Accent has started, tap the
tablet.
Display version
function key on the
Displays the version of Image Mate Accent, the version
of the tablet, and the version of the wireless adapter.
Electric wave strength
Displays the electric wave strength of the tablet and
wireless adapter. When the electric wave strength is
low, correct operation may not be possible.
Battery level
Displays the level of the lithium-ion battery. When the level
of the lithium-ion battery is low, charge it.
Pen settings
Displays the settings for pen 1 and pen 2.
See <Changing the pen settings> for more details.
Hide menus
Hides the menus and sub menus that are normally
displayed. Select when you want to use a larger area on
the screen.
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Expert mode
Increases the number of items displayed in the menus.
See <Button list> for more details.
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Button list
The displayed buttons vary depending on the mode.
Also, when "Expert" is set, a menu is displayed that is not normally displayed.
■ Expert setting
When expert is selected with the "Expert" setting in "Settings", the operations change as
described below.
- The number of menu items displayed in each mode increases.
- The highlight range of the highlight function can be changed.
Mastering these functions will enable more flexible operations.
■ Button list
○・・・Can always be used.
-・・・Cannot be used.
×・・・Cannot be used in the expert setting, Document camera status and Document
camera Setting.
Whiteboard
mode
Teaching
material
mode
Teaching
material
creation
mode
○
○
○
○
Pen 2
○
○
○
○
Delete all
○
○
○
○
Zoom +/-
○
-
-
×
AF
○
-
-
×
Brightness +/-
○
-
-
×
Start/stop lesson
recording
○
○
○
-
Capture
○
○
○
○
Vertical lines, horizontal
lines, graph paper,
musical score,
Alphabet practice sheet,
whiteboard background
-
○
-
-
Settings
○
○
○
○
Quit
○
○
○
○
Next menu
○
○
×
○
Operate PC
○
○
○
○
Document Camera
background
-
-
-
○
Change background
-
-
-
○
Button name
Document
Camera
mode
Pen 1
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Insert picture
-
-
-
○
Stamp
×
×
×
○
Undo
×
×
×
○
Select
×
×
×
○
Stop/restart screen
×
-
-
×
Enter text
-
-
-
○
Pen settings
-
-
-
○
Edit drawing
-
-
-
○
Document Camera mode
×
×
×
○
Whiteboard mode
×
×
×
○
Teaching material mode
×
×
×
○
Teaching material
creation mode
×
×
×
○
Mask
○
-
○
-
Highlight
○
-
○
-
Scroll
○
-
○
-
Compare pictures
○
-
○
-
Playback speed
-
-
×
×
Play/pause
-
-
×
×
Change volume
-
-
×
×
Create new
-
-
-
○
Open
-
-
-
○
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Troubleshooting
Tablet power does not turn ON
Is the lithium-ion battery
installed?
Check that the lithium-ion battery is inserted correctly.
Is the lithium-ion battery
charged?
Refer to <Charging the tablet> and then charge the
lithium-ion battery.
Cannot use the tablet / The cursor does not move
Check that the wireless adapter is connected to the
computer being used.
Is the wireless adapter
connected to the computer?
Caution
Connect the wireless adapter directly to the
USB port on the computer. It may not
operate correctly if a USB hub is used.
Is the Status LED on the tablet or No communication between the tablet and wireless
the LED on the wireless adapter adapter. See <If tablet communication cannot be
flashing?
performed>.
Communication is not possible.
If wireless devices or electronic equipment are used
near the product, communication between the tablet
and wireless adapter may be unstable due to
interference from radio waves.
Do not use equipment that causes interference when
using this product.
Is the pen's dry cell battery flat?
Replace with a new dry cell battery.
Is the tablet driver operating
correctly?
The software's installation may not have been
completed correctly.
Refer to <Software installation and uninstallation> and
uninstall and then reinstall the software.
Are the tablet driver's settings
suitable?
The tablet may not respond if the pressure sensitivity is
too low or the touch sensitivity is too high.
Perform the appropriate settings.
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Communication between the tablet and wireless adapter is unstable
Is third-party tablet software
installed?
If third-party tablet software is operating, it may conflict
with the operations of this product.
Do not operate third-party tablet software while using
this product.
Are the tablet and wireless
adapter in the proper condition?
Communication may become unstable because of an
obstruction between the tablet and wireless adapter,
due to the inherent characteristics of wireless
communication, or because of the installation angles of
the units.
Remove the obstruction or change the installation
location.
Is a wireless device or electronic
equipment being used nearby?
Wireless devices or electronic equipment may interfere
with the communication between the tablet and wireless
adapter.
Refer to <If tablet communication cannot be performed>
and then perform the wireless settings.
If this does not improve the condition, stop using the
wireless device or electronic equipment, or move to a
location with no interference.
Document Camera is not displayed correctly with Image Mate Accent
Are the output video settings of
the Document Camera suitable?
When using Image Mate Accent, perform the video
selection for the Document Camera with [PC] (RGB IN).
Is the resolution of view of the
Document Camera suitable?
Image Mate Accent maintains the fineness ratio of the
resolution of the Document camera image.
An appropriate display can be done by matching the
fineness ratio of the personal computer screen
resolution to the fineness ratio of the resolution of the
Document camera image.
Please refer to the manual of the Document camera
used for the setting of the paintings and writings
camera.
A teaching material is not displayed correctly with Image Mate Accent
If a teaching material is displayed that used a video or
Have you deleted the video or
picture that has since been deleted, the background
picture that was being used as
cannot be displayed.
the background?
Be very careful before deleting videos or pictures.
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Cannot play the audio of a teaching material with Image Mate Accent
Is the video a lesson recording?
The video types are lesson recording, normal recording,
intermittent recording and frame recording. Of these,
audio is recorded only with lesson recording. Audio is
not recorded with the other video types.
Are the audio settings suitable?
If the input volume was low during video recording or
the playback volume is low, it may be difficult to hear the
audio.
Set the volume to a suitable level.
Is the sound device of the
computer set to a suitable level?
Audio recording and audio playback is not possible in a
computer environment in which a sound device is not
installed.
Caution
Operation is not guaranteed for all
computer environments.
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Product Specifications
Model Name
CRA-1
Operating Temperature
0 to 40°C
Reading Range
8.0 x 5.0 inches
(203.2 x 127.0 mm)
Reading Resolution
0.0127 mm
Reading Accuracy
0.42 mm
Reading Speed
120 rps
Pen Pressure Level
1024 Level
Wireless Band Used
2.4 GHz
Communication Range
Approx. 15 m (differs depending on the usage conditions)
Power Supply
Lithium-ion battery
Continuous
Time
Operation Approx. 16 hours (differs depending on the usage conditions)
Auto Power Off Time
Approx. 30 minute
Full Charging Time
Approx. 4 hours
Consumption Current
When using USB
5 V 500 mA
When using lithium-ion battery 3.7 V 60 mA
Computer Model
IBM compatible computer equipped with a standard USB port
and CD-ROM drive.
(Operation is not guaranteed for all computer environments.)
Compatible OS
Windows 7 (32bit) / Vista SP1 (32bit) / XP SP2 (32bit)
External Dimensions
W315 x D257 x H23 (mm)
Weight
670 g ( including Tablet, Pen, Wirelessadapter, Dry cell AAA
battery, and Lithium-ion battery for tablet )
About Trademarks
, Image Mate are a registered trademark of ELMO Co., Ltd.
is trademarks of ELMO Co., Ltd.
The full title for Windows® XP is the Microsoft® Windows® XP operating system.
The shortened form of the OS name is used in the text.
The full title for Windows® VISTA is the Microsoft® Windows® VISTA operating system.
The shortened form of the OS name is used in the text.
The full title for Windows® 7 is the Microsoft® Windows® 7 operating system.
The shortened form of the OS name is used in the text.
Microsoft and Windows are registered trademarks of the Microsoft Corporation in the U.S. and
other countries.
All other company/product names described in this manual are trademarks or registered
trademarks of their respective companies.
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