CLASSROOM TECHNOLOGY GUIDE Media Services

CLASSROOM TECHNOLOGY GUIDE Media Services
Media Services
Columbia Campus
Waymon L. Hickman Building
Room 131
1665 Hampshire Pike
Columbia, TN 38401
Williamson Campus
Administration Building
Room 216
1228 Liberty Pike
Franklin, TN 37067
CLASSROOM TECHNOLOGY GUIDE
Bob Trybalski, Coordinator
rtrybalski@columbiastate.edu
615.465.5721
Bill Williams, Electronic Media Technician
wwilliams13@columbiastate.edu
931.540.2888
Bo Bollinger, Coordinator/Theater & Event Services
kbollinger@columbiastate.edu
931.540.2885
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Touch Screen Control Panel ················································ 3
Control Panel ·································································· 5
Elmo P30HD Document Camera ········································· 6
Elmo HV-5100XG Document Camera ·································· 9
Elmo TT-12iD Document Camera ······································· 11
DVD/VHS Machines ························································ 12
Laptop Connections/Extron Cubby······································ 13
External USB Ports/Extron Cubby ······································ 13
Laptop Connections/Extron Hideaway ································· 14
External USB Ports/Extron Hideawary ································· 14
Troubleshooting Tips ······················································· 15
Appendix—Other Equipment at Columbia & Williamson ·········· 18
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Touch Screen Control Panel
How to Turn ON/OFF the Projector and Other Functions
Buttons and Volume Knob
DISPLAY ON: Press Display On to turn on the projector and lower the screen.
(Warning: 90 second warm up time; wait for button to stop blinking)
DISPLAY OFF: Press Display Off and then confirm action on touch
screen by tapping Power Down icon to turn off the projector and
raise the screen. Failure to confirm will cancel the action.
MUTE: Press the MUTE button to silence audio. Press again to return to normal.
VOLUME (Black knob under Mute button): Turn the knob to the right to increase volume.
Turn it to the left to decrease volume.
SELECTING A DEVICE FOR PROJECTION: Press one of the following buttons to
project that device.
1 - PC
2 - LAPTOP: After pressing button, tap one of the icons on the touch screen to select
proper cable. See next page for explanation of touch screen.
4 - AUXILARY (Not functional—future use)
5 - DOC Camera (document camera).
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Touch Screen Control Panel Continued
Touch Screen Functions
Home Screen: The home screen
displays the classroom location and
Columbia State logo. Tapping the home
screen has the same affect as pressing
the Display On button. It will lower the
screen and turn on the projector.
Laptop Screen: After pressing the
Laptop button, the touch screen will
change to give two input cable options.
Tap the icon of the cable connected to the
laptop.
Any mobile device that accepts an HDMI
type cable may be plugged in to the
projection system. Tap the appropriate
icon to project on the screen.
PIC MUTE: Tap the Pic Mute icon to
temporarily dim the projector bulb and raise the
screen (the projector does not turn off). Tap the
icon again to return to normal.
This icon appears on every screen of the device
selected for projection.
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Control Panel
How to Turn ON/OFF the Projector and Other Functions
DISPLAY: ON - Turns on the projector and lowers the screen
(Warning: 90 second warm up time; wait for ON button to stop blinking)
OFF - Turns off the projector and raises the screen
VOLUME: Turn the knob to the right to increase volume.
Turn it to the left to decrease volume.
(Green lights to the left of knob will light up as volume increases.)
PIC MUTE: Press the PIC MUTE button to blank the screen. The light illuminates red.
AUTO IMAGE: Press the AUTO IMAGE button if the computer or laptop display does
not look normal on the projector screen.
CC ON/OFF: Press the CC button to turn on the closed caption decoder for the
DVD/VHS
player. Press again to turn off this feature. This does not decode closed
captioned media on the computer.
SELECTING A DEVICE FOR PROJECTION: Press one of the following buttons to project
that device.
1 - DOC Camera (document camera)
2 - LAPTOP
3 - PC
4 - VIDEO or DVD/VCR (to project the DVD/VHS player)
5 - AUX VIDEO. Press the AUX VIDEO button when you connect an external video device’s
RCA output to the external video ports on the hideaway.
6 - AUX S-VIDEO. Press the AUX S-VIDEO button when you connect an external video
device’s s-video output to the S-Video port on the hideaway.
The RCA audio output of the s-video device must be plugged into the
RCA port on the hideaway if audio output is needed.
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Elmo P30 HD Document Camera
The document camera is located in a drawer on the left
side of the podium. Turn the locking mechanism to the
right to unlock the drawer and use the handle to pull out
the drawer.
The entire Elmo manual is available at:
http://www.elmousa.com/sites/default/files/P30HD%28EN%29.pdf
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Zoom Dial
Use to zoom in and out
2
AF (Auto Focus Button)
Use to activate/deactivate auto focus
3
Illumination (Light Source)
Provides light to document table
4
Remote Control Sensor
Picks up signal from remote control
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Side Panel
[Not Applicable]
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Built in microphone
[Not Applicable]
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Operating Panel
[See next page]
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Main Switch
Powers on/off document camera
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Rear panel
[Not Applicable]
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Elmo P30 HD Document Camera
1
Zoom Dial
Use to zoom in and out
2
AF (Auto Focus Button)
Use to activate/deactivate auto focus
3
Illumination (Light Source)
Provides light to document table
4
Remote Control Sensor
Picks up signal from remote control
5
Side Panel
[Not Applicable]
6
Built in microphone
[Not Applicable]
7
Operating Panel
[See next page]
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Main Switch
Powers on/off document camera
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Rear panel
[Not Applicable]
Diagram on the Elmo illustrates how to unfold for operation.
Reverse action to put in resting position.
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Elmo P30 HD Document Camera Continued
Note: Page numbers in legend refer to Elmo manual.
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Elmo HV-5100XG Document Camera
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Elmo HV-5100XG Document Camera
Elmo Remote Control
The Elmo remote control has all of the functions of
the Front Operation Panel with added functions to
make operation easier.
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Elmo TT-12iD Document Camera
1 - ILLUMINATION SWITCH
Move the switch to the right to turn on
the light (#2 in drawing). Move it to the
left to turn it off.
4 - ZOOM DIAL
Rotate the dial toward you to zoom in.
Rotate the dial away from you to zoom
out.
5 - AF (Automatic Focus)
6 - OPERATING PANEL
OPERATING PANEL
1 - POWER BUTTON
Press the power button once to turn on
the document camera. The light around
the button will turn blue.
Press and hold the power button for 2
seconds to turn the power off. The light
around the button will turn red.
8 - BRIGHTNESS ADJUST
Press the button in increments to
brighten the image.
9 - DARKNESS ADJUST
Press the button in increments to darken
the image.
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DVD/VHS Combination Player
(Where still equipped)
The College uses two different brands of DVD/VHS player; JVC and LG. Each of these
players functions basically the same, and are no different than a consumer model you may
have at home. The DVD/VHS player is located inside the equipment cabinet.
Each unit has a remote control located in the teacher station drawer.
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DVD/VHS Combination Player—LG Model
(Where still equipped)
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Extron Cubby
(External USB ports, and Laptop Connections)
The Extron Cubby provides
external connections for the PC’s
USB ports, laptop connection, and
other mobile devices (I-Pads,
I-pods, MP3 players, and
etcetera).
2 & 3. Laptop Connections
5. USB Ports
1. A/C Power
4. HDMI Cable
6. Internet Connection
1. A/C Power for Laptop and other mobile devices provides110V power.
2. Laptop Computer Video Port. Connect the VGA Cable into a similar looking port on your laptop. Press DISPLAY ON to lower screen and power on projector. Select Laptop on the control panel and tap the icon of the cable
on the touch screen to see the device’s video on projection screen.
3. Laptop Computer Audio Port. Plug the mini audio jack into headphone port on your laptop. You can also
plug an I-Pod or MP3 player into this port. Select Laptop on the control panel and tap the VGA cabke icon on the
touch screen to hear the audio.
4. HDMI Cable for Laptop Connection and other mobile devices. HDMI (High-Definition Multimedia Interface) is a
digital replacement for existing analog audio/video standards. Many newer computer, audiovisual, and mobile
devices use this type of interface to transmit audio and video data to displays such as projectors and televisions.
Plug the HDMI cable into the device, select Laptop on the control panel, and tap the icon of the HDMI cable on the
touch screen to project and/or hear the device.
5. USB Port for Flash Drives, USB Drive, etcetera. Connect your USB device here for the teacher station’s PC.
6. Wired Internet Connection for Laptop Computer. Connect the internet cable to the
similar looking port on your laptop computer.
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Extron Hideaway
(External USB ports, and Laptop Connections)
The Extron Hideaway provides external connections for the PC’s USB ports, laptop connection, and external
audio/visual devices (cameras, I-pods, MP3 players, and etcetera).
Notice in the pictures below that one type of hideaway has more capabilities, but each essentially provide the same
basic functions.
2. Laptop Computer
Video Port
3. Laptop Computer
Audio Port
1. A/C Power for Laptop
4. USB Port for Flash Drives,
USB Drives, etcetera.
5. Wired Internet Connection
for Laptop Computer
6. S-Video Port
7. RCA Video &
Audio Ports
1. A/C Power for Laptop provides 110V power.
2. Laptop Computer Video Port. Connect one end of VGA Cable into this port and the other end into a similar
looking port on your laptop. Press ON to lower screen and power on projector. Select Laptop on the control panel
to see the laptop computer’s video on projection screen. TIP: If the video looks “cut off” on the screen, press AUTO
IMAGE on the control panel.
3. Laptop Computer Audio Port. Plug one end of mini audio jack into this port and the other end into a similar
looking port on your laptop. You can also plug an I-Pod or MP3 player into this port. Select Laptop on control panel
to hear the audio. TIP: Use the volume knob on the control panel to adjust the audio level.
4. USB Port for Flash Drives, USB Drive, etcetera. Connect your USB device here for the teacher station’s PC.
5. Wired Internet Connection for Laptop Computer. Connect one end of your internet cable to this port and the
other to a similar looking port on your laptop computer.
6. S-Video Port. Connect one end of your S-Video cable to your camera or external video device and the other end
to the S-Video port on the hideaway. Press AUX S-Video or S-VIDEO on the control panel to project.
7. RCA Video & Audio Ports. Connect the yellow video wire to the yellow port, the white left channel audio
wire to the white port, and the red right channel audio wire to the red port. Press VIDEO or AUX VIDEO on the control panel to project.
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Having difficulties with equipment in the classroom?
The following troubleshooting guide may help to solve the problem. Further assistance, including a personal tutorial
session, may be arranged by sending an e-mail to Media Services at mediaservices.columbiastate.edu.
Cabinet doors locked?
 The keys should be next to the computer keyboard or in the drawer.
None of the equipment is working!
 Is the master power switch, located inside the cabinet, on?
 Are all the components inside the cabinet turned on?
Projector Problems
 Have you turned on the projector using the control panel or touch screen? It is a black box mounted on the
countertop. Look for the "ON" or “DISPLAY ON” button .
 Have you selected the correct input source? Press the button on the control panel that corresponds with the device
you are using.
Screen Problems
 The screen will automatically lower when you press the "ON" or “DISPLAY ON” button on the countertop control
panel.
 Try pressing the “ON” or “DISPLAY ON” button again after the projector is on and the button stops blinking.
Computer Problems
 Have you turned the computer power on?
 Have you turned on the power to the monitor?
 Have you "logged on" to the network?
 Is the computer not projecting? Check to see if the projector is turned on and the correct input source (PC) is
selected on the control panel.
 Volume problem? Use the control panel’s volume knob to adjust the sound.
 Double-click the speaker icon on the computer's taskbar to adjust the output volume and un-check the mute box.
Document Camera/Visual Presenter (Elmo)
 Is the power turned on? On some models, the power switch is located in the rear of the document camera near the
power cord.
 Is the document camera not projecting? Check to see if the projector is turned on and the correct input source (DOC
CAM) is selected on the control panel.
 Is the document dark? Check to see if the upper lamps are turned on. Also, you may need to adjust the iris.
 Is the document bright? Try turning off the upper lamps and/or adjusting the iris.
 Is the transparency dark? Check to see if the base lamp is turned on and try adjusting the iris. If your document
camera does not have a base lamp, check to see if the upper lamps are on and/or try adjusting the iris.
 Is the transparency bright? Try turning off the base lamp or the upper lamp and adjusting the iris.
 Is the document or transparency out of focus? Try pressing auto-focus or manually adjusting the focus.
 Is the remote control's batteries dead? Contact Media Services for new batteries.
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TROUBLESHOOTING CONTINUED
VHS Machine (Where equipped)
 Is the power turned on?
 Is there a tape in the machine?
 The machine will not play the tape. Have you tried another tape?
 Did you press VHS on the remote control or front of the machine?
 Is the VHS machine not projecting? Check to see if the projector is turned on and the correct input source (VIDEO
or DVD/VCR) is selected on the control panel.
 Is the remote control's batteries dead? Contact Instructional Technology Support Services for new batteries.
 Volume problem? Use the control panel’s volume knob to adjust the sound.
DVD Player (Where equipped)
 Is the power turned on?
 Is there a DVD or CD in the machine?
 The machine will not play the disc. Have you tried another disc?
 Did you press DVD on the remote control or front of the machine?
 Is the DVD machine not projecting? Check to see if the projector is turned on and the correct input source (VIDEO
or DVD/VCR) is selected on the control panel.
 Is the remote control's batteries dead? Contact Instructional Technology Support Services for new batteries.
 Volume problem? Use the control panel’s volume knob to adjust the sound.
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APPENDIX
The following pages contain instructions for specialized equipment for:

Columbia Campus - WLHB 121

Williamson Campus - FHUM 109

Williamson Campus - FHUM 111

Williamson Campus - FADM 221 (Community Room) - Room A Only

Williamson Campus - FADM 223 (Community Room) - Room A & B Combined or Room B Only
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EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTIONS FOR WLHB 121
The following instructions explain the functions of the Crestron control panel.
Presentation mode - used when lecturing in the room only - are on this page.
The next page explains V ideo Conference mode - used for Desktop Video Conference (DVC).
PRESENTATION MODE
1) Tap the Creston screen to wake it
up and follow instruction to begin
2) Select Presentation mode
3) The screen will change to the
Presentation control page
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4) Select a source to display by tapping the corresponding icon
NOTE: T his is an Extended Desk top Display system. Programs other than PowerPoint (i.e., Internet Explorer or You Tube) will need to be “dragged” from monitor 1 to monitor 2 to display on the
room’s TV screens. Place the cursor on the bar at the top of the program. Using the left click on the
mouse, hold down the left click key and drag the program to the second monitor.
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5) Power off the system by tapping the power icon and answering the question. You can mute the
video by tapping the Video Mute icon. Volume is controlled by tapping the speaker icons.
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EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTIONS FOR WLHB 121
The following instructions explain the V ideo Conference mode - used for Desktop Video
Conference (DVC). This is used when using the Vidyo software.
VIDEO CONFERENCE MODE
1) Tap the Creston screen to wake it
up and follow instruction to begin
2) Select Video Conference mode
3) The screen will change to the
Video Conference Control page
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NOTE: T his is an Extended Desktop Display system. W hen using the PC, programs other than PowerPoint (i.e., Internet
Explorer or Online Campus—you can’t play a video when in DVC mode) will need to be “dragged” from monitor 1 to monitor 2
to display on the room’s TV screens. Place the cursor on the bar at the top of the program. Using the left click on the mouse,
hold down the left click key and drag the program to the second monitor. You will need to share the 1280x720 monitor in the
Vidyo share list. You have shared the incorrect monitor if you see a mirror effect.
The touch screen is used to control the system as follows.
 VC Displays: tap the PC icon to display the computer. Tap the Document Camera icon to display the document camera.
(NOTE: Please stop sharing your screen so that the far site can see the doc cam full screen.)
 In/Out: tap In to zoom the camera in and tap Out to zoom the camera out
 Instructor/Student: tap Instructor icon to broadcast the instructor camera. Tap the Student icon to broadcast the student camera. Icons P1, P2, P3, P4, & P5 are preset views for each camera.
 Black Circle with Dots: tap one of the dots to move the selected camera (up, down, left, or right)
 Power Icon: tap the Power icon to turn off the system. Tap Shutdown to power off. Tap Cancel to return to previous page.
 Video Mute: you can mute the video by tapping the Video Mute icon. Nothing will display. Tap again to display video.
 Stdnt Mute: tap the icon to silence the student microphones in Hickman 121. Tap again to un-silence.
 Instr Mute: tap the icon to silence the instructor microphone in Hickman 121. Tap again to un-silence.
 Speaker Icons: Mute, Decrease Speaker Volume , and Increase Speaker Volume. Tap the appropriate icon to control
Hickman 121 speaker volume.
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BASIC PRESENTATION EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTIONS FOR FHUM 109
1.
Move your hand in front of control panel to wake
it up. Then tap the Touch here to begin icon.
4.
Tap one of the icons to project that device on the
screen.
The Laptop Digital cable and Laptop
Analog cable is located in a cubby to the left of the
control panel.
The buttons on the sides of the control panel have
the same function as the icons.
2.
Tap Sargent 109 ONLY if teaching in room 109.
Tap Sargent 109 & 111 Combined if you are presenting to the larger space. The room partition
will be open to combine both classrooms.
Use the
volume
control
knob to
adjust
room
volume.
5.
3.
The home control screen will appear after warm
up.
Tap the System Off icon to shutdown the system
Tap the Power Down icon to turn the system off
or Cancel to continue using the system.
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ADVACNED EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTIONS FOR FHUM 109
Microphone Instructions
Note: Micr ophones ar e stor ed in soft cases inside the
presentation station. There is one hand held
microphone and one lapel (lavaliere) microphone.
Web Camera System Instructions
Note: This is the system used for Desktop Video
Courses (DVC). The following instructions guide the
operation of the camera system.
Each microphone has a MUTE
button. Press the button once. A
green light will indicate that it
is ON. Press and hold MUTE
button 3 seconds to turn it
OFF.
1.
Tap the Web
Stream icon.
2.
The Streaming
System page
opens.
The microphones may be used
without using the presentation
equipment. The following instructions are used whether or not
the projector is used.
1.
2.
Press the Mic Control button.
The Microphone Control
page opens.
-Tap Stream to begin broadcasting the room
cameras and microphones
-Tap Stop to stop broadcasting
-Tap Stdnt Cam icon to broadcast a view of the
audience
-Tap Instr Cam icon to broadcast view of
presenter
- Tap Mics To Both Rooms icon if using the large
space or Mics to 109 Only icon if using the smaller space (room partition is closed).
-Tap the Vid Mute icon to shut off the camera.
Tap again to turn back on.
-Tap the Audio Mute icon to shut off the
microphones. Tap again to turn back on.
- Tap the UP arrow icon to increase volume or
the DOW N arrow icon to decrease volume. Tap
Mute icon to mute the microphone.
-Tap the UP or DOW N arrows to adjust the
microphone volume.
-Tap the Close icon to exit the page
-Tap the Close icon to exit the page.
-Tap the Camera Controls icon for camera control
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BASIC PRESENTATION EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTIONS FOR FHUM 111
1.
Move your hand in front of control panel to wake
it up. Then tap the Press Logo to Begin icon.
3.
Tap one of the icons to project that device on the
screen.
The Laptop Digital cable and Laptop
Analog cable is located in a cubby to the left of the
control panel.
The buttons on the sides of the control panel have
the same function as the
icons.
2.
The home control screen will appear after system
warm up.
Use the
volume
control
knob to
adjust
room
volume.
4.
IMPORTANT NOTE: You will not be able to use
the system if a user in Room 109 accidently or
purposely placed the system in combined mode. Room
109 is the “control room” when room 109 & 111 are
combined.
Tap the System Off icon to
shutdown the system
Tap the Power Down icon to turn the system off
or Cancel to continue using the system.
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ADVACNED EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTIONS FOR FHUM 111
Web Camera System Instructions
Note: This is the system used for Desktop Video
Courses (DVC). The following instructions guide the
operation of the camera system.
1. Tap the Web Stream icon.
2.
The Streaming System page opens.
-Tap Stream to begin broadcasting the room
cameras and microphones
-Tap Stop to stop broadcasting
-Tap Stdnt Cam icon to broadcast a view of the
audience
-Tap Instr Cam icon to broadcast view of
presenter
-Tap the Vid Mute icon to shut off the camera.
Tap again to turn back on.
-Tap the Audio Mute icon to shut off the
microphones. Tap again to turn back on.
-Tap the UP or DOW N arrows to adjust the
microphone volume.
-Tap the Close icon to exit the page.
-Tap the Camera Controls icon for camera
control
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BASIC PRESENTATION EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTIONS FOR FADM 221 – ROOM A
1.
Move your hand in front of control panel to wake
it up. Then tap the Press Logo to Begin icon.
3.
Tap one of the icons to project that device on the
screen.
The Laptop Digital cable and Laptop
Analog cable is located in a cubby to the left of the
control panel.
The buttons on the sides of
the control panel have the
same function as the icons.
2.
The home control screen will appear after system
warm up.
IMPORTANT NOTE: You will not be able to use
the system if a user in Room 223 accidently or
purposely placed the system in combined mode. Room
223 is the “control room” when room 221 & 223 are
combined.
Use the
volume
control
knob to
adjust
room
volume.
4.
Tap the System Off icon to shutdown the system
5.
Tap the Power Down icon to turn the system off
or Cancel to continue using the system.
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ADVACNED EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTIONS FOR FADM 221 – ROOM A
Web Camera System Instructions
Note: Web confer ences must be set up in advance
with Media Services. The following instructions guide
the operation of the camera system.
1. Tap the Web Stream icon.
2.
The Streaming System page opens.
-Tap Stream to begin broadcasting the room
cameras and microphones
-Tap Stop to stop broadcasting
-Tap Stdnt Cam icon to broadcast a view of the
audience
-Tap Instr Cam icon to broadcast view of
presenter
-Tap the Vid Mute icon to shut off the camera.
Tap again to turn back on.
-Tap the Audio Mute icon to shut off the
microphones. Tap again to turn back on.
-Tap the UP or DOW N arrows to adjust the
microphone volume.
-Tap the Close icon to exit the page.
-Tap the Camera Controls icon for camera
control
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BASIC PRESENTATION EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTIONS FOR FADM 223—ROOM B or A & B
1.
Move your hand in front of control panel to wake
it up. Then tap the Touch here to begin icon.
4.
Tap one of the icons to project that device on the
screen.
The Laptop Digital cable and Laptop
Analog cable is located in a cubby to the left of the
control panel.
The buttons on the sides of the control panel have
the same function as the
icons.
2.
Choose Individual Mode if you are presenting to
a small group in Room 223 only. The room partition will be closed splitting the community room
in half.
Choose Combined Mode if you are presenting to
the larger space. The room partition will be
open.
Use the
volume
control
knob to
adjust
room
volume.
5.
Tap the System Off icon to shutdown the system
Tap the Power Down icon to turn the system off
or Cancel to continue using the system.
3.
The home control screen will appear after warm
up.
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ADVACNED EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTIONS FOR FADM 223 — ROOM B
Microphone Instructions
Note: Micr ophones ar e stor ed in soft cases inside the
presentation station . There is one hand held
microphone and one lapel (lavaliere) microphone.
Web Conference Instructions
Note: Web confer ences must be set up in advance
with Media Services. The following instructions guide
the operation of the camera system.
Each microphone has a MUTE
button. Press the button once. A
green light will indicate that it
is ON. Press and hold MUTE
button 3 seconds to turn it
OFF.
1.
Tap the Web Stream icon.
2.
The Streaming System page opens.
The microphones may be used
without using the presentation
equipment. The following instructions are used whether or not the projector is used.
1.
Press the Mic Control button.
2.
The Microphone Control page opens.
-Tap Stream to begin broadcasting the room
cameras and microphones
-Tap Stop to stop broadcasting
-Tap Stdnt Cam icon to broadcast a view of the
audience
-Tap Instr Cam icon to broadcast view of
presenter
-Tap the Vid Mute icon to shut off the camera.
Tap again to turn back on.
- Tap Mics To Both Rooms icon if using the large
space or Mics to 223 Only icon if using the smaller space (room partition is closed).
- Tap the UP arrow icon to increase volume or
the DOW N arrow icon to decrease volume. Tap
Mute icon to mute the microphone.
-Tap the Close icon to exit the page
-Tap the Audio Mute icon to shut off the
microphones. Tap again to turn back on.
-Tap the UP or DOW N arrows to adjust the
microphone volume.
-Tap the Close icon to exit the page.
-Tap the Camera Controls icon for camera
control
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