Datavideo_TP-600 Specification

Datavideo_TP-600 Specification
Prompter Kit for ENG Cameras
TP-600
Instruction Manual
Rev Date: 29/05/2013
P/N: TP-600_E1_A4
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Contents
Warnings and Precautions ....................................................................................... 3
Warranty..................................................................................................................... 4
Disposal ..................................................................................................................... 4
Packing List ............................................................................................................... 5
Product Overview ...................................................................................................... 6
Features................................................................................................................................................ 6
Assembly ................................................................................................................... 7
Software Download from the App Store™ ............................................................ 11
Android App download from Google play™ ......................................................... 11
Tablet / Device Settings .......................................................................................... 11
Prompter Application Set Up ................................................................................. 12
How to quickly add text into a DV Prompter document ....................................... 13
Using the optional wired Remote Control ............................................................. 14
Using the optional Bluetooth Remote Control ..................................................... 15
Cleaning the 60/40 Glass sheet .............................................................................. 17
Specifications .......................................................................................................... 19
Service and Support ............................................................................................... 20
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Disclaimer of Product and Services
The information offered in this instruction manual is intended as a guide only. At all times, Datavideo Technologies will try to
give correct, complete and suitable information. However, Datavideo Technologies cannot exclude that some information in this
manual, from time to time, may not be correct or may be incomplete. This manual may contain typing errors, omissions or
incorrect information. Datavideo Technologies always recommend that you double check the information in this document for
accuracy before making any purchase decision or using the product. Datavideo Technologies is not responsible for any
omissions or errors, or for any subsequent loss or damage caused by using the information contained within this manual.
Further advice on the content of this manual or on the product can be obtained by contacting your local Datavideo Office or
dealer.
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Warnings and Precautions
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Read all of these warnings and save them for later reference.
Follow all warnings and instructions marked on this unit.
Unplug this unit from the wall outlet before cleaning. Do not use liquid or aerosol cleaners. Use a damp
cloth for cleaning.
Do not use this unit in or near water.
Do not place this unit on an unstable cart, stand, or table. The unit may fall, causing serious damage.
Slots and openings on the cabinet top, back, and bottom are provided for ventilation. To ensure safe
and reliable operation of this unit, and to protect it from overheating, do not block or cover these
openings. Do not place this unit on a bed, sofa, rug, or similar surface, as the ventilation openings on
the bottom of the cabinet will be blocked. This unit should never be placed near or over a heat register
or radiator. This unit should not be placed in a built-in installation unless proper ventilation is provided.
This product should only be operated from the type of power source indicated on the marking label of
the AC adapter. If you are not sure of the type of power available, consult your Datavideo dealer or your
local power company.
Do not allow anything to rest on the power cord. Do not locate this unit where the power cord will be
walked on, rolled over, or otherwise stressed.
If an extension cord must be used with this unit, make sure that the total of the ampere ratings on the
products plugged into the extension cord do not exceed the extension cord rating.
Make sure that the total amperes of all the units that are plugged into a single wall outlet do not exceed
15 amperes.
Never push objects of any kind into this unit through the cabinet ventilation slots, as they may touch
dangerous voltage points or short out parts that could result in risk of fire or electric shock. Never spill
liquid of any kind onto or into this unit.
Except as specifically explained elsewhere in this manual, do not attempt to service this product
yourself. Opening or removing covers that are marked “Do Not Remove” may expose you to dangerous
voltage points or other risks, and will void your warranty. Refer all service issues to qualified service
personnel.
Unplug this product from the wall outlet and refer to qualified service personnel under the following
conditions:
a. When the power cord is damaged or frayed;
b. When liquid has spilled into the unit;
c. When the product has been exposed to rain or water;
d. When the product does not operate normally under normal operating conditions. Adjust only
those controls that are covered by the operating instructions in this manual; improper
adjustment of other controls may result in damage to the unit and may often require extensive
work by a qualified technician to restore the unit to normal operation;
e. When the product has been dropped or the cabinet has been damaged;
f. When the product exhibits a distinct change in performance, indicating a need for service.
GLASS - Handle with care
This product contains a sheet of 60/40 mirror glass please handle it with care.
To avoid a risk of damage or injury please follow this instruction manual and use
caution when transporting, un-packing, cleaning, assembling or dis-assembling this
part of the product.
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Warranty
Standard Warranty
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Datavideo equipment is guaranteed against any manufacturing defects for one year from the
date of purchase.
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The original purchase invoice or other documentary evidence should be supplied at the time
of any request for repair under warranty.
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Damage caused by accident, misuse, unauthorized repairs, sand, grit or water is not covered
by this warranty.
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All mail or transportation costs including insurance are at the expense of the owner.
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All other claims of any nature are not covered.
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Cables & batteries are not covered under warranty.
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Warranty only valid within the country or region of purchase.
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Your statutory rights are not affected.
Two Year Warranty
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All Datavideo products purchased after 01-Oct.-2008 qualify for a free one year extension to the
standard Warranty, providing the product is registered with Datavideo within 30 days of
purchase. For information on how to register please visit www.datavideo.com or contact your
local Datavideo office or authorized Distributors
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Certain parts with limited lifetime expectancy such as LCD Panels, DVD Drives, Hard Drives are
only covered for the first 10,000 hours, or 1 year (whichever comes first).
Any second year warranty claims must be made to your local Datavideo office or one of its authorized
Distributors before the extended warranty expires.
Disposal
For EU Customers only - WEEE Marking
This symbol on the product indicates that it should not be treated as household
waste. It must be handed over to the applicable take-back scheme for the
recycling of Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment. For more detailed
information about the recycling of this product, please contact your local
Datavideo office.
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Packing List
Item
Description
Quantity
A
Main TP-600 ENG prompter rail
1
B
Smaller rail with spacer block for mounting bracket
1
C
¼” Screws Length 27mm secures item B to A
2
D1
Hex Tool (Black) for counter sunk Hex head screws
1
D2
Hex Tool (Silver) for Glass Frame Hex screws
1
E
¼” Screw Length 8mm secures item F to B
1
F
Adjustable Mounting Bracket with locking lever
1
G
Glass frame with 4 Velcro straps
1
H
Wing nut screws M6 Length 16mm secures item G to A
2
I
Cloth Snood/Hood with Velcro straps
1
J
60/40 Glass sheet with Green and Red stickers
1
K
Snood/Hood support wire
1
L
¼” Camera securing screws length 16mm
2
M
¼” Camera securing screws length 31mm
2
N
Camera riser block 15mm thick
1
O
Cloth case for Snood, Mirror Glass and Glass frame
1
P
Adapter screw to convert 3/8” hole to ¼” hole
1
Q
¼” Counter sunk hex head screw length 16mm
1
R
¼” Counter sunk hex head screw length 31mm
1
plus
Retail carton with protective foam packing
1 set
NOTE: Depending on your order, your TP-600 kit could have been supplied with one of the following
optional remote controls:
 Wired remote for Android™ or iOS™ devices with a headset jack input.
 Bluetooth Wireless remote for Android™ or iOS™ devices.
NOTE: The foam packing within the retail carton has been designed so that it can be easily
transferred to an optional hard case, called HC-600, for this kit.
Please speak with your supplier or dealer if you wish to purchase an optional remote control or the
HC-600 hard case for this prompter kit.
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Product Overview
Why struggle with expensive re-takes, on stage talent drifting off script or a presenters’ loss of eye
contact with the viewing audience? The Datavideo Prompter Kit, TP-600, is designed to help you
overcome these problems by converting a tablet computer (not supplied) into a low cost and effective
prompter.
The Datavideo Prompter Kit TP-600 can be used in either a theatre setting, or a video studio.
Prepared scripts or cue sheets can be easily copied and pasted into the DV prompter app software
from email and scrolled at a set automatic rate or controlled by a user with the wired/wireless remote
for a more natural result. A number of clear fonts, colours and text sizes are available making reading
comfortable from a variety of distances.
Features
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Simple software and remote allow users to produce professional results at low cost.
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Special 60/40 Glass allows the presenter to read the script and the camera to see the subject.
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Strong and rigid prompter frame fixes securely to any standard tripod quick release plate.
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The prompter frame is designed to allow stand alone, in front of camera lens prompting.
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The black camera snood/hood is adjustable to adapt for a wide variety of cameras.
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Quick and simple assembly that requires no special tooling.
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Expandable mounting bracket system allows simple but secure installation of tablet.
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An optional remote control is available.
Normal Tripod/Dolly Set Up
Shown with Panasonic AG-HPX371E and SHAN-TM700
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Assembly
1. Attach/screw the tripod’s own quick release
plate to the screw holes on the base of the
TP-600 ENG Prompter rail, item A.
The long slot will be to the rear of the
camera position and the four holes in the rail
will be towards the lens of the camera.
Tip: Add a second screw (not supplied)
through the quick release plate. This to stop
the Prompter Frame from being able to spin
on top of the quick release plate.
2. Now slide and secure the tripod plate, with
prompter rail, item A, onto the head of the
tripod or dolly.
3. Use the hand screws item C, to secure the
lower part of the ENG Prompter Frame item
B in place using the counter sunk holes in
the main part of the frame item A.
Note: There should be two holes left free in
front of this mounting position for the Glass
frame.
4. There are four adhesive Velcro straps
packed inside the Snood/Hood, item I. Peel
off the white paper backing before applying
these straps to the Glass Frame, item G.
Apply the two long Velcro strips to the Glass
Frame edges on the Left side and Right
side. Then apply the two smaller Velcro
strips to the Bottom Left and Right sides of
the Glass Frame edge.
Be careful not to cover any screws and
keep them straight.
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5. Slide the Glass frame, item G, on to the
front of the TP-600 ENG prompter rail, item
A. Ensure the upper part of the Glass
Frame, Item G, is leaning away from the
camera position and secure with the two
wing nut screws, item H.
6. There are two slots on the inside left and
right
of
the
Glass
Frame,
Item
G.
Guide/slide 60/40 Mirror Glass sheet, item
J, into these slots from above.
The Red circle sticker on the Mirror
Glass, item J, should be facing camera
position / lens.
The Green circle sticker on item J should
be facing toward the on screen talent /
commentator.
7. Secure the glass sheet within the frame
using the cross head screws at the top of
each frame slot.
8. Fit the adjustable mounting bracket with locking lever, item F, to the lower prompter rail item B.
Use the mounting hooks in item B and the holes in the bottom of item F for marrying item F to B.
9. Decide if you need to use the TP-600 ENG
camera riser block or not.
Ideally you want the lens of your camera
positioned as close to the centre of the
60/40 mirror glass as possible.
In some cases depending on your camera
and its ENG camera plate the camera lens
may already be high enough.
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10. Secure the ENG tripod adapter plate (not
supplied) and riser block
item N (if
required) to the prompter rail item A using
two of the riser screws provided, items L or
M. These screws go through the long slot
on the riser block and prompter rail and into
the base of the tripod adapter plate.
Two screw sets are provided, the long set
(Item M 31mm long) is for when using the
SHAN-TM700 tripod adapter plate shown without
riser block
riser block. The short set (Item L 16mm
long) when just using the camera plate on
its own.
Items Q and R are provided in case the
tripod adapter plate and riser block need to
be positioned over the tripod head.
11. You can now mount the ENG camera to the
tripod adapter plate. Take care to protect
the camera lens and the 60/40 mirror glass.
If necessary slide everything further along
the prompter frame. The tip of the lens
should be about 1 to 2 cm away from the
60/40 Mirror Glass.
It may be a good idea to remove the lens
sun hood if this is possible.
12. Fit the Snood / Hood support wire, item K..
This stops the cloth Snood / Hood from
dipping in front of the camera lens. There
are two sets of holes in the glass frame for
this Snood / Hood support wire.
13. Fit the cloth Snood / Hood, item I, around
the lens and to the Glass Frame edges,
item G. The Velcro strips marry the
Snood/Hood to the Glass Frame.
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14. Pull the draw cord to secure the cloth
Snood / Hood, item I, around the camera
lens and to shut out light from the camera
side.
15. Turn on the tablet being used, install and launch the DV Prompter software then prepare the
prompting text to be used. Then set up for the optional remote control. See pages 11 and 12.
16. Put the configured tablet into the mounting
bracket and ensure it is held securely by
adjusting the size of the bracket holders
for a snug fit and locking them in place.
Use locking lever on the bottom of item F.
17. Adjust the prompting settings where necessary.
18. Adjust the camera exposure settings as necessary. See Camera Exposure below.
19. Read the section regarding your chosen remote control. See pages 14 and 15.
Camera Exposure and the 60/40 Glass
After setting up the camera with the 60/40 glass in front of the lens adjust the camera set up and
white balance. This is because the 60/40 Glass affects the camera exposure by approximately 1 stop
almost like the effect of a neutral density filter. Consult your camera manual for further help and
advice with its exposure and white balance settings.
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Software Download from the App Store™
Ensure your tablet has internet access via your cellular service provider or a secure wireless
connection.
Tap the App Store™ icon on the device Home Screen to download apps wherever you
are. Browse the section of the store that features apps designed specifically for these
devices or tap on the Search bar at the top/bottom of the screen and type in Datavideo
or DV Prompter. Then execute the search by tapping on the Search icon to the right.
You will see this software as a result listed, simply tap on the icon and then Install.
The App Store icon on your device will show you when an update is available for any
app that you already have. Install the updates with a tap, and you’ll always have the
latest version of your favourite apps like DV Prompter.
Android App download from Google play™
Ensure your tablet has internet access via your cellular service provider or a secure wireless
connection.
Tap on the Google play™ icon on the device Home Screen to see the
latest or popular App downloads. Browse for Apps or tap on the
magnifying glass icon to show the Search bar. When searching type
in DV Prompter then execute the search by tapping on the search icon
again. You will see our software as a result listed, simply tap on DV
Prompter and choose download and install.
Android and Google play are trademarks of Google Inc.
Tablet / Device Settings
Tip: Remember to turn the tablet’s Auto lock / Auto Sleep feature in Settings to ‘Never’ so this does
not interrupt script reading when there may be very little use of the touch screen.
For the same reason it may also be wise to turn off the Cellular, SMS and Email functions/notifications
of the device too before the prompting session.
Tip: Amend the prompting text before pairing the device with the Bluetooth remote control as the
device’s on screen keyboard will be disabled once paired.
You also need to ask yourself if you have enough battery life left in your tablet to run through the
current prompting session.
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It may be also necessary to remove the device from any 3 party protective skin before it is fitted into
the expandable mounting bracket.
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Prompter Application Set Up
Display Settings
These settings allow the look of the text to be changed. You can change the Font Type, the Font
Size of the font, the Font Colour and the Background Colour.
The software initially defaults to White, Arial, 60pt size text on a Black Background. However, you can
choose from the following text or background colours; White, Black, Red, Yellow, Blue, Green or
Orange. All text will be displayed in the colour chosen. Currently you cannot have different colours for
different sections of the text. The size of the text can range from small (8pt) to large (72pt). However,
you need to experiment a little to find the text font and size that you, or your on-screen talent, can
read comfortably at a distance away from the prompter or camera.
NB: The wired remote control is approx. 3m long so this may be the maximum distance you want to
work at on your own.
Prompting Settings
You use these settings to change the Orientation of the displayed text and if it will be mirror
reflected off the 60/40 Glass or just used as a normal display. You can also set the text Scrolling
Speed here which can be slowed down or made faster with the wired remote. A scrolling speed of 5
should be a good starting point. Slow Time and Fast Time are used to set the speed up or slow
down features of the text scroll when using the speed buttons on the optional remote. If the on screen
talent takes 5 to 8 seconds to read one page of text then set Slow Time to 8 seconds and Fast Time
to 5 seconds. Now when the speed buttons are pressed on the remote during text play back the
speed will change in equal steps between 5 and 8 seconds.
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Start Settings
You can set the prompter up to automatically start scrolling text straight away or you can delay the
beginning of the text scroll process by up to 10 seconds after tapping on start.
Remote Settings
Here you can choose to use no remote, an optional wired iOS remote or an optional wireless
Bluetooth remote.
You can also set up text characters like *# that indicate a break in the scrolled text called break
markers. These markers can then be used to quickly jump forward or backward between points in the
text, when using a remote, should the running order of the production change.
NOTE: When the application is used without a remote control adverts may be displayed when first
starting up the DV Prompter app. To remove the adverts simply connect an optional wired remote or
wireless Bluetooth remote. Please speak with your supplier or dealer if you wish to purchase an
optional remote control.
If using the Bluetooth remote: First amend the prompting text before pairing the device with the
Bluetooth remote control as the device’s own on screen keyboard will be disabled once paired.
Build Version
Only confirms the version of the app being used.
How to quickly add text into a DV Prompter document
The prompting script, or presenters’ text, will probably exist as a text document from the planning
stage of the production.
By copying and pasting this script text from the original document into the text body of an E-Mail it can
then be quickly transferred to the smart phone.
When you attempt to forward this email using the smart phone this prompting text can then be copied
into the memory of the phone. Press for a few seconds on a single word in the text and the word will
be highlighted when copy option becomes available. Move the end tabs so the whole of the script is
selected. Then choose or tap on the copy icon.
Now open the DV Prompter app and paste the copied text into a new or existing document.
Tidy up the transferred text as necessary, into sound bites and add some Break Markers. You now
have your newly created prompting document ready to save.
See page 18 also.
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Using the optional wired Remote Control
Wired remote for Android™ or iOS™ devices with a headset jack input.
The remote plugs into the headset jack on the smart phone. Ensure the remote jack has a good
connection with the phone socket.
How to set up the App for the wired remote control
1. Open the DV Prompter app on the phone or tablet device and go in to Settings.
2. Scroll down to and tap the Remote option.
3. Select the Wired option and your control is now ready to use.
4. Tap on the back symbol  button to return to the DV Prompter app documents list.
5. Tap on the prompting document you wish to use.
6. Tap on the Start Prompt button.
Play Button
Once the prompting document has been chosen and launched you can Start or
Pause the scrolling of the script by pressing the Green Play button on the remote
control.
Stop Button
To Stop the script scrolling and be presented with the back symbol on the
device’s display press the Red Stop button on the remote. Tapping on the back
symbol on the device’s display will return you to the Document list.
Controlling the scrolling speed
To control the speed of the script whilst it is scrolling you can press the arrow up/down buttons.
The up arrow button on the remote will speed up the text scrolling.
The down arrow button on the remote will slow down the text scrolling.
Break Markers
Break Markers are a defined group of special characters such as *#. These are defined in the
Settings menu of the DV Prompter App. See the menu option Remote Settings for defining these
characters or Break Markers.
If these same characters *# are then placed into the prompting text just before each paragraph or
subject change this gives the ability to jump forward or backwards through the script using the remote.
There is no limit to the number of break markers that can be used within a saved text file.
To use the break markers press the Green Play button to pause the scrolling text. Then use the
speed up or down arrow buttons to quickly jump forward or backwards through the script.
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Using the optional Bluetooth Remote Control
This remote is designed for use with Android™ and iOS/apple™ devices.
How to charge the Bluetooth remote control
Plug the USB charging cable into a free USB A slot on your desktop computer and
connect the remote control to the charger cable.
It is always best to charge the remote for at least two hours before a prompting
session. When the remote is charging you will see a flashing red LED light,
this will stop flashing once it is fully charged.
When fully charged the remote will last for approximately 6 hours depending on use.
The DV Prompter app will display RECHARGE BATTERY
in the bottom right hand corner of the application window when the battery is
running low in the Bluetooth remote control.
How to pair the Bluetooth remote control
1. Ensure the Bluetooth remote has been charged fully beforehand.
2. Go in to the settings menu on your phone or tablet device.
3. Go to the Bluetooth settings and turn Bluetooth On and ensure your device is visible.
4. Press and hold the green button on the remote for 1 to 2 seconds until the LED starts
flashing Green.
5. You should then see DV Prompter appear on the handset or tablet device when searching for
nearby Bluetooth devices.
6. Tap on the DV Prompter label to start the pairing process with the remote control.
7. The tablet or mobile device should recognise the remote as a Bluetooth keyboard type device.
If a message says that you are unsuccessful in pairing the devices then reset the remote control.
How to reset the Bluetooth remote: When resetting you need to press the green button on the
remote and wait for the green LED to come on and go off and keep the green button depressed until
the LED then glows red. You are then ready to repeat the pairing process as above. Once paired for
the first time the mobile device or tablet will then remember the Bluetooth remote making later pairing
attempts easier.
NB: The remote will automatically power off if it is not used for 30 minutes.
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How to set up the App for the Bluetooth remote control
1. Open the DV Prompter app on the phone or tablet device and go in to Settings.
2. Scroll down to and tap the Remote option.
3. Select the Bluetooth option and your control is now ready to use.
4. Tap on the back symbol  button to return to the DV Prompter app documents list.
5. Tap on the prompting document you wish to use.
6. Tap on the Start Prompt button.
Play Button
Once the prompting document has been chosen and launched you can Start or
Pause the scrolling of the script by pressing the Green Play button on the remote
control.
Stop Button
To Stop the script scrolling and be presented with the back symbol on the device’s
display press the Red Stop button on the remote. Tapping on the back symbol on
the device’s display will return you to the Document list.
To turn the remote control off press and hold the Red Stop button until the LED
glows red.
NB: The remote will automatically power off if it is not used for 30 minutes.
Controlling the scrolling speed
To control the speed of the script whilst it is scrolling you can press the arrow buttons.
The up arrow button on the remote will speed up the text scrolling.
The down arrow button on the remote will slow down the text scrolling.
Break Markers
Break Markers are a defined group of special characters such as *#. These are defined in the
Settings menu of the DV Prompter App. See the menu option Remote Settings for defining these
characters or Break Markers.
If these same characters *# are then placed into the prompting text just before each paragraph or
subject change this gives the ability to jump forward or backwards through the script using the remote.
There is no limit to the number of break markers that can be used within a saved text file.
To use the break markers press the Green Play button to pause the scrolling text. Then use the
speed up or down arrow buttons to quickly jump forward or backwards through the script.
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Cleaning the 60/40 Glass sheet
This product contains a sheet of 60/40 glass please handle it with care.
To avoid a risk of damage or injury please follow this instruction manual and use
caution when transporting, un-packing, cleaning, assembling or dis-assembling
this part of the product.
Datavideo recommend cleaning the glass regularly to remove dust and finger
print marks. This will ensure the best image quality is recorded when the camera is looking through
the glass.
Never attempt to clean the glass whilst it is mounted in the prompter instead remove it carefully
from the prompter by unscrewing the cross head screws at the top of the frame, clean the glass and
then re-install it into the prompter frame. Handle the glass carefully using the cloth covered edges of
the glass at all times.
To retain the required qualities of the glass and to avoid scratching the glass during cleaning.
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Never use abrasive cloths, pads or abrasive based cleaning fluids on the glass.
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Never use cleaning fluids based on an acid or vinegar solution.
Place the glass on a soft, stable, dirt and lint
free work surface such as a table with a clean
cloth already laid out on it. Then use a second
clean, lint free, soft cloth to clean the glass.
Do not apply cleaning fluids to the glass directly,
instead apply or spray a small amount of the
cleaning fluid onto the cloth. Proceed to clean
the glass and work in a light circular motion with the cloth. Ensure all finger marks and streaks are
gone before turning the glass over and repeating with the other side.
Once finished re-install the glass back into the prompter hood, again using the cloth covered edges
only. Ensure the green circle sticker on the glass is facing you and the red circle sticker is facing
the camera lens. Reseat/secure the camera hood if necessary.
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Optional HC-600 Hard Case
The foam packaging of the TP-600 kit has been designed so that customers who buy the optional
hard case can simply lift the foam out from the retail carton of the TP-600 and insert it directly into the
optional HC-600 hard case.
As standard, the HC-600 hard case is supplied with the usual “diced, pick & pluck” foam so these
cases can also be used as optional carrying cases for a variety of equipment – not just the TP-600 kit.
TP-600 Features
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Press & pull latches
Secure impact resistant hinges with integrated feet
Case can stand upright and level on hinge spine
Solid core handle is both comfortable and durable
Shock proof, vibration proof, dust proof and rust proof
Low temperature (-25C / -13F) resistance tested
Sealable for moisture protection
Pressure release valve
Stackable
Please speak with your supplier or dealer if you wish to purchase an optional HC-600 hard case.
HC-600 specifications
Dimensions: External
H 410mm x W 515mm x D 200mm
Dimensions: Internal base
H 352mm x W 481mm x D 100mm without foam
Dimensions: Internal lid
H 352mm x W 481mm x D 70mm without foam
Weight: 4.15 Kg ( 9.15 lbs ) with pick and pluck foam only
Weight: 7.70 Kg ( 16.98 lbs ) Including TP-600 kit and foam
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Importing a text file via iTunes™ to an apple™ device
1. Connect your iPad™ to your PC or Mac via the apple USB cable (not supplied).
2. Launch iTunes™.
3. Select your iPad™ under the Devices section in the left hand pane of iTunes™.
4. Select the Apps tab at the top of the iTunes™ window.
5. Scroll down to the bottom of the page and select DV Prompter from the FILE SHARING
Apps menu.
6. Click the 'Add' file button and browse for the text file you wish to import.
7. Once transferred disconnect the apple device and restart DV Prompter, you should now see
a new document in the list.
TP-600 Specifications
Text File Format
Copy and paste from email or text file
Reading Range
3m (9ft) approx
Prompter wired remote control cable length
3m (9ft) approx
Prompter remote control battery life
2 years at average usage
Replacement remote control
Speak with your supplier for details
Prompter Size (Max)
Width:
415 mm (16.34 inches)
Height:
290 mm (11.42 inches)
Length:
750 mm (29.53 inches)
Sizes:
105 mm (Minimum tablet width)
Expandable Mounting Bracket
198 mm (Maximum tablet width)
Nett Weight:
Kit:
3.1 Kg (6.84 lbs)
Packed weight: (Gross)
Kit:
4.45 Kg (9.81 lbs)
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Service and Support
It is our goal to make your products ownership a satisfying experience. Our support staff are available
to assist you in setting up and operating your system. Please refer to our web site
www.datavideo.com for answers to common questions, support requests or contact your local office
below.
Datavideo Global Website: www.datavideo.com
Datavideo Corporation
Tel: +1 562 696 2324
Fax: +1 562-698-6930
E-Mail: contactus@datavideo.us
Datavideo Technologies Europe BV
Tel: +31-30-261-96-56
Fax: +31-30 261-96-57
E-Mail: service@datavideo.nl
Fax: +44 1457 850 964
E-Mail: sales@datavideo.co.uk
Datavideo UK Limited
Tel: +44 1457 851 000
Datavideo Technologies Co., Ltd
Tel: +886 2 8227 2888
Fax: +886-2-8227-2777
E-mail: service@datavideo.com.tw
Datavideo Technologies China Co., Ltd
Tel: +86 21-5603 6599
Fax:+86 21-5603 6770
E-mail: service@datavideo.cn
Datavideo Technologies (S) PTE Ltd
Tel: +65-6749 6866
Fax: +65-6749 3266
E-mail: sales@datavideo.sg
Fax: +852-2833-9916
E-mail: info@datavideo.com.hk
Fax: +33 1 60 37 67 32
E-mail: info@datavideo.fr
Datavideo HK Ltd
Tel: +852 2833 1981
Datavideo France s.a.r.l.
Tel: +33 1 60 37 02 46
Datavideo Technologies India PVT LTD.
Tel: +91 120 4309120
Fax: +91 120 4309121
E-mail: sales@datavideo.in
All the trademarks are the properties of their respective owners.
Datavideo Technologies Co., Ltd. All rights reserved 2013.
Rev Date: 29/05/2013
P/N: TP-600_E1_A4
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