Dual-Screen Mondopad
April 17, 2017
Dual-Screen Mondopad
Mondopad collaboration system can be extended to work with two adjacent touch panels. This
doubles the available screen space for both viewing and interacting with Mondopad
applications provided a side-by-side experience. Users can display a PowerPoint presentation
full screen on one display while showing a videoconferencing window in the other display. Both
are full screen providing the ideal in-room viewing experience.
Once configured in dual-screen mode, Mondopad users can either launch an application
directly on the screen’s bottom application bar or swap a running application to the other
display using the swap icon.
The Mondopad Dual Screen configuration is highly dependent upon the Windows OS being
correctly configured to support dual touch displays. To this end, we have provided
configuration guidance as well as instructions for successfully configuring a dual screen setup.
Dual-Screen Considerations for Mondopad
1. InFocus recommends that users pair our Mondopads with the identical JTouch platform. While
many combinations may work, only these combinations are fully qualified by InFocus.
a.
INF5720 + INF5701
b.
INF6522 + INF6502WB
c.
INF7023 + INF7002WB
d.
INF8521 + INF8501
2. Resolution and Text Scaling Level must be the same for both panels. That is both panels must be
either 1080p or both panels must be 4K. In addition, for 1080p, both panels must have the
Scaling set to 100% in Windows, and for 4K it must be set to 150%. Scaling is set through
Windows’ Settings (Gear icon). Open then click on System. 1st screen will show display settings.
a.
1080p – Scaling Level is 100% (both panels)
b.
4K – Scaling Level is 150% (both panels)
3. For models INF5720 and INF7021, the video output connector is HDMI. So, an HDMI to HDMI
cable is required.
4. For models INF6522, INF7023, and INF8521, the video output connector is DisplayPort. So
following video cable is required.
a.
INF6522/INF6502WB – DisplayPort to HDMI
b.
INF7023/INF7002WB – DisplayPort to DisplayPort
c.
INF8521/INF8501 – DisplayPort to DisplayPort
5. If any other combination of Mondopad and Touch Screen is being considered, please check the
following.
a.
Both panels are capable of and set to the same resolution.
b.
The correct video cable is identified based on video output port and video input port.
c.
The Mondopad and Touch Screen touch is tested under Windows and confirmed to be
compatible. Some combinations of touch technologies do not work well together.
6. Cable Lengths and Panel Orientation - The length of the two cables (video cable and USB cable)
is determined based on the location of the ports of the two systems. Most Mondopads have the
USB-B port on the right-hand side. So, positioning that Mondopad to the left will ensure the
shortest distance for the USB A-B cable. In contrast, the video output port for Mondopads
comes the PC module located on the left-hand side. Installers must be mindful of this and
ensure that they purchase both a video and USB cable of a sufficient length.
7. USB Cable input – for best results getting two touch screens to be recognized by Windows, try
connecting the USB A-B cable into one of the top two USB ports on the right-hand side of the
Mondopad.
8. For models using PQ Labs touch (INF7021, INF8022) you may need to install the latest PQ labs
driver and to run the PQ Labs Touch Tool.
a.
Driver: http://www.infocus.com/resources/misc/mt-driver-kit-v4.1406Proj6.exe
b.
Touch Tool: http://www.infocus.com/resources/documents/Mondo/MP70MSM
9. Run Setup from Tablet PC Settings in Control Panel. This will confirm for the OS (and Mondopad
software) which touch screen is on which display.
Dual-Screen Setup Process
The following instructions are provided per Mondopad model.
Supported Touch Display Configurations
INF7021
70” Mondopad (with serial number prefix BRJ and BZQ) and a 70” JTouch (with serial number
prefix BYC and BZN):
1. Exit the Mondopad software
2. Attach HDMI cable between devices
3. Attach an active USB A/B touch cable between devices (Type-B end plugs in to JTouch and
TypeA goes into top USB A port on right side of Mondopad panel). An Active USB cord is
recommended to ensure a consistent connection between the devices.
4. Run the setup wizard found here. Note that touch will become inactive once the wizard is
started so you’ll need to use a mouse to navigate. Wait for the wizard to detect both panels.
It will say “Found 2 PQ Devices” and show two different serial numbers.
Click on “Start Match” and follow the on-screen directions, touching each panel as directed.
Once you’re back to the first Setup Wizard screen, click on “Save Config”. It may take a moment
before that button appears so you might have to wait for it.
5. Start Mondopad software
INF5720
57” Mondopad with a 57” JTouch (INF5701) as 2nd display:
1. Exit the Mondopad software
2. Attach HDMI cable between devices
3. Attach USB A/B touch cable between devices (Type-B end plugs in to JTouch)
4. When device finishes installing the USB drivers, check the task tray for the
USB symbol (see Figure 1)
5. Click on USB symbol and select Eject PQ Labs Device (see Figure 2)
6. Run Setup in tablet pc settings of the Windows control panel to configure
touch
7. Start Mondopad software
Other configurations for a 2nd display may work but have not been confirmed
as supported by InFocus at this time.
INF6521
Mondopad with a 65” Capacitive Touch JTouch (INF6502WB) as 2nd display:
1. Exit the Mondopad software
2. Attach HDMI cable between devices
3. Attach USB A/B touch cable between devices (Type-B end plugs in to JTouch)
4. Run Setup in tablet PC settings of the Windows control panel to configure touch
5. Start Mondopad software
INF6522
Mondopad with a 65” Capacitive Touch JTouch (INF6502WB) as 2nd display:
1. Exit the Mondopad software
2. Attach DisplayPort to HDMI cable between devices
3. Attach USB A/B touch cable between devices (Type-B end plugs in to JTouch)
4. Run Setup in tablet PC settings of the Windows control panel to configure touch
5. Start Mondopad software
INF7023
Mondopad with a 70” 4K Capacitive Touch JTouch (INF7002WB) as 2nd display:
1. Exit the Mondopad software
2. Attach DisplayPort to DisplayPort cable between devices
3. Attach USB A/B touch cable between devices (Type-B end plugs in to JTouch)
4. Run Setup in tablet PC settings of the Windows control panel to configure touch
5. Start Mondopad software
INF8521
Mondopad with a 85” 4K JTouch (INF8501) as 2nd display:
1. Exit the Mondopad software
2. Attach DisplayPort to DisplayPort cable between devices
3. Attach USB A/B touch cable between devices (Type-B end plugs in to JTouch)
4. Run Setup in tablet PC settings of the Windows control panel to configure touch
5. Start Mondopad software
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