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NOTE- This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A 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. Howev er, there is no guarantee that
interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to
radio or television reception, which can be determined by tuning 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/television technician for help.
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Such equipment should not be restricted in its sale but the following warning shall be included in the
instructions for use:
Warning - This is a class A product. In a domestic environment this product may cause radio interference in
which case the user may be required to take adequate measures.
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Compatibility Directive 2004/108/EEC.
Warning - This is a Class A product. In a domestic environment this product may cause radio
interference in which case the user may be required to take adequate measures to correct this interference.
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THE MARK OF CROSSED-OUT WHEELED BIN INDICATES THAT THIS PRODUCT
MUST NOT BE DISPOSED OF WITH YOUR OTHER HOUSEHOLD WASTE.
INSTEAD, YOU NEED TO DISPOSE OF THE WASTE EQUIPMENT BY HANDING IT
OVER TO A DESIGNATED COLLECTION POINT FOR THE RECYCLING OF WASTE
ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT. FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT
WHERE TO DROP OFF YOUR WASTE EQUIPMENT FOR RECYCLING, PLEASE
CONTACT YOUR HOUSEHOLD WASTE DISPOSAL SERVICE OR THE SHOP
WHERE YOU PURCHASED THE PRODUCT.
Remote Control B a t t e r y S a f e t y I n f o r m a t i o n
-
Store batteries in any cool & dry place.
Do not dispose used batteries in domestic waste. Dispose batteries at special collection points
or return to stores if applies.
Remove the batteries if they are not in use for long period of time. Battery leakage and
corrosion can damage the remote control, dispose batteries safel y.
Do not mix and use old and new batteries.
Do not mix and use different types of batteries: alkaline, standard (carbon -zinc) or rechargeable
(nickel-cadmium).
Do not dispose batteries in a fire.
Do not attempt to short circuit the battery terminals.
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Table of Contents
Introduction ..................................................................................... 1
Package Contents ........................................................................... 1
Optional Accessories ..................................................................... 2
AVerVision CP135 Parts ................................................................. 3
Technical Specifications ................................................................ 4
Image ................................................................................................ 4
Optics ............................................................................................... 4
Power ............................................................................................... 4
Lighting ............................................................................................. 4
Input/Output ...................................................................................... 4
Dimension ......................................................................................... 4
Making the Connections ................................................................ 5
Connecting the Power Adapter ............................................................... 6
Connecting a TV ..................................................................................... 6
Connecting a CRT/LCD/MAC Display Monitor or LCD/DLP Projector .... 7
Connecting a Computer ......................................................................... 8
Connecting a Computer via USB............................................................ 9
Connecting to a Microscope ................................................................... 9
Setting Up AVerVision CP135 ...................................................... 10
Camera Head ....................................................................................... 10
LED Light.............................................................................................. 10
Infrared Sensor..................................................................................... 10
Flexible Gooseneck and Arm................................................................. 11
Anti-glare Sheet..................................................................................... 11
Using the Infrared Remote Control ............................................. 12
Touch Button Control Panel......................................................... 16
OSD Navigation Tree..................................................................... 18
IMAGE MENU ................................................................................. 18
SETTING MENU ............................................................................. 19
Menu Functions............................................................................. 19
Transferring the Captured Image to PC............................................. 23
Troubleshooting ............................................................................ 23
Limited Warranty ........................................................................... 24
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Introduction
Pa ck a g e C o n t e n t s
Thank you for purchasing
the AVerVision CP135.
This document camera
displays documents,
negatives, transparencies
and 3D objects onto a TV,
LCD or DLP projector
making presentations a
snap.
AVerVision CP135 is an
ideal presentation tool for
business, academic,
medical and the scientific
community.
AVerVision CP135
Anti-glare Sheet
Software & Manual CD
M
RGB Cable
R M -P K
Remote Control
(batteries included)
USB Cable
Power Adapter
* The power adapter will vary depending on the standard power
outlet of the country where it is sold.
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Optional Accessories
34mm Microscopic
Adapter
Light Box
28mm Microscopic Adapter
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AV e r V i s i o n C P 1 3 5 P a r t s
The illustrations below identify the parts of AVerVision CP135.
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)
(7)
(8)
(9)
(10)
(11)
Camera head
LED light
Camera lens
LED light switch
IR sensor
Control panel
Right panel
Gooseneck
Rear panel
Left panel
Label slot
(1)
(8)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(9)
(5)
(6)
(7)
(10)
(11)
(12) DC 12V port
(13) Antitheft slot
(14) Camera head holder
Right Panel
(13)
(12)
(14)
(15) S-Video output port
(16) Composite video
output port
(17) RGB input port
(18) RGB output port
Rear Panel
(17)
(18)
(19) TV-RGB switch
(20) USB port
(15)
(16)
Left Panel
(19)
(20)
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Te c h n i c a l S p e c i f i c a t i o n s
Image
Sensor
1/2” Progressive Scan CMOS
Pixel Count
3.2 mega pixels
Frame Rate
24 fps (max.)
White Balance
Auto / Manual
Exposure
Auto / Manual
Image mode
Text / Graphics / High Frame
Effect
Color / B/W / Negative
Analog RGB output
HD 720P; XGA 60 Hz; SVGA 60 Hz; VGA 60 Hz
Image Capture
Up to 80 Frames
Lens
F3.0; fl=9.6mm
Focusing
Manual
Shooting Area
330mm x 248mm (max.)
Zooming
2X AVERZOOM, 8X Digital Zoom
Power Source
DC 12V, 100-240V, 50-60Hz
Consumption
18 Watts (lamp off); 20 Watts (lamp on)
Lamp Type
LED light
Optics
Power
Lighting
Input/Output
RGB Input
15-Pins D-sub (VGA)
RGB Output
15-Pins D-sub (VGA)
S-Video
Mini-DIN Jack
Composite Video
RCA Jack
USB
USB2.0
DC 12V Input
Power Jack
Dimension
Operating
480 mm x 180mm x 504mm
Folded
340mm x 230mm x 61mm
Weight
2.4 kg (about 5.3 lb)
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Making the Connections
The ports on the rear, left and right panel of CP135 enable you to connect the unit to a
computer, graphics display monitor or LCD/DLP projector, TV or other device. Illustrated
below are the ports that are located at the rear, left and right panel of CP135 with their
corresponding labels.
Right Panel (1)
(2)
Rear & Left Panel
(3)
(4) (5)
(6)
Port
(7)(8)
Description
(1) Antitheft Slot
Attach a Kensington compatible security lock or
antitheft device.
(2) DC 12V Input
Connect the power adapter into this port.
(3) RGB INPUT
Input the signal from a computer or other sources
and pass it through to the RGB Output port only.
Connect this port to the RGB/VGA output port of
the computer.
(4) RGB OUTPUT
Output the signal from the camera, RGB input port,
or the captured images from the memory on a
CRT/LCD/MAC monitor or LCD/DLP projector.
(5) VIDEO OUTPUT
(RCA/Composite)
Output the signal from the camera or the captured
images from the memory on TV or Video
equipment. Connect this port to the VIDEO input
port of a TV or video equipment.
(6) S-VIDEO
OUTPUT
Output the signal from the camera or the captured
images from the memory on TV or Video
equipment. Connect this port to the S-VIDEO input
port of a TV or video equipment.
(7) USB
Use CP135 as a USB Camera or transfer the
captured images from CP135 memory to PC.
Connect this port to the USB port of the computer.
(8) TV-RGB switch
Switch to output display video either from Video
and S-VIDEO, or RGB output port.
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C o n n e c t i n g t h e Po w e r A d a p t e r
Connect the power adapter to a standard 100V~240V AC power source.
Connecting a TV
Locate the VIDEO, S-VIDEO or SCART RGB input port of the TV or Video equipment (i.e.,
VCR) to record your presentation on a videotape and connect it to S-VIDEO or VIDEO
OUTPUT port of CP135.
- For better video quality, we strongly suggest using S-VIDEO
connection.
- Make sure the TV/RGB switch is set to TV.
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C o n n e c t in g a C RT/ LC D / M AC D i s p la y Mo n i to r o r
LC D / D L P Pr o je c t o r
Locate the RGB (VGA) input port of the graphics display device and connect it to RGB
OUTPUT port of CP135.
Make sure the TV/RGB switch is set to RGB.
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Connecting a Computer
Locate the RGB (VGA) output port of the computer or laptop to display your PC
presentation on screen and connect it to RGB INPUT port of CP135. The video signal
from the RGB INPUT port is streamed to RGB OUTPUT port, and displayed on the screen.
- To display computer image, press Camera/PC button on the control
panel or remote control to switch CP135 to PC mode.
- For laptop to output display image, use the keyboard command
(FN+F5) to switch between the display modes. For different
command, please refer to your laptop manual.
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Connecting a Computer via USB
Locate the USB port of the computer or laptop and connect it to USB port of CP135. This
enables you to use CP135 as a USB Camera and to transfer the captured images from
the memory and to computer. Also see “Transfer Image from AVerVision CP135 to PC”.
Connecting to a Microscope
Connecting the CP135 to a microscope enables you to examine microscopic objects on a
big screen without straining your eyes.
Microscope
Adapter
Microscope
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S e t t i n g U p AV e r V i s i o n C P 1 3 5
This section provides useful tips on how to adjust the CP135 to meet your needs.
Camera Head
The camera head can be turned 90° to the left and right. You can also manually adjust the
focus from the focus ring to improve the quality of the pictures.
90°
90°
Focus Ring
LED Light
The LED light provides white light and is best used when presenting in low light conditions.
Turn Off
Turn On
Infrared Sensor
RM-
PK
M
Aim the remote control at the infrared sensor to operate the unit.
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F l ex i b l e G o o s e n e ck a n d A r m
The flexible gooseneck and arm design allows you to position the camera head from any
angle.
When positioning the camera head in upright position, press REVERSE
on the remote control to rotate the image 180° . You may also rotate the
image 180° in OSD menu. Just press MENU, select REVERSE in
IMAGE menu list, and then press ENTER to turn on/off image reverse.
Anti-g lare Sheet
The anti-glare sheet is a special coated film that helps eliminate any glare that maybe
encountered while displaying very shiny objects or glossy surfaces such as magazines
and pictures. To use, simply place the anti-glare sheet on top of the shiny document to
reduce reflected light.
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Us in g th e I n f r a r e d Re m o te C o n t r o l
Use the CP135 Remote Control to enhance your presentation by having the ability to
switch between three (3) presentation modes and access various features. To use the
remote control, first insert the batteries (2 “AAA” size batteries are provided) into the
battery compartment at the back of the remote. Use the figure and descriptions below as a
reference for remote control functions.
(10 )
(11)
(12 )
(13 )
(14 )
(1)
M
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)
(7)
(8)
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(16 )
(17 )
(9)
(9)
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Name
Function
(1) POWER
Turn the unit on/off.
(2) CAMERA/PC
Switch between Camera and PC mode.
- Camera mode displays the video signal from the built-in camera.
- PC mode displays the video signal from the RGB INPUT port of
CP135.
(3) CAP/DEL
- Capture a still image in Camera mode. The captured image is
saved in the memory and can store up to 80 images. The image
size can be saved either in 1024 x 768 (default) or 2016 x 1520
pixels.
- If the Capture setting is in Continuous mode, use CAP/DEL button
to start and stop successive still image capture. To stop continuous
capture, press CAP/DEL button when “SAVE” message in the
status box at the lower right corner of the screen disappear.
- To set the image size of your choice, press MENU, select
CAPTURE in IMAGE menu list, press ENTER, select IMG SIZE,
press ENTER, use ▲ and ▼ to make a selection, and press
ENTER to save the setting.
- Remove the selected picture from the built-in memory permanently
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Name
Function
in Playback mode.
(4) EFFECT
Convert and display the image in BW, Negative or Color in Camera
and Playback mode only.
(5) Timer
Set/start/pause/resume the timer in TIMER menu. The timer will
automatically count up after count down reaches zero to show the
elapsed time. The timer continues to run even when you switch to
different modes.
In TIMER menu, select SET TIME to set the time value, START to
begin the countdown timer, PAUSE/RESUME to temporarily halt or
continue, and STOP to end.
To set the timer value, select SET TIME, press ENTER and the bar
will turn red, use ◄ & ► to increase and decrease the value, and
then press ENTER to save the setting and the bar will turn white.
TIMER
START
PAUSE
STOP
SET TIME
0
0
120
- Once the countdown timer starts, in the status box at the lower
right corner of the screen, the timer format is displayed in hours :
minutes : seconds.
(6) PIP
Show a thumbnail size playback screen at the corner of the screen
to view the captured image from the memory in Camera mode.
Use ◄ or ► to move to the previous or next image and ENTER to
view the image in full screen and press ENTER again to go back to
PIP mode.
To move the thumbnail playback screen to different corners or close,
press PIP button repeatedly. You may also press CAMERA/PC to
exit PIP mode and switch to Camera mode.
(7) PRESENTER
Select to turn on/off SPOTLIGHT or VISOR. Only one feature can be
used at a time.
In the PRESENTER menu, use ▲ and ▼ to select between
SPOTLIGHT or VISOR, and press ENTER to turn on/off the selected
feature. Then press MENU to close menu or execute the turned on
feature. To exit SPOTLIGHT or VISOR mode, press CAMERA/PC to
switch to Camera mode.
PRESENTER
SPOTLIGHT OFF
VISOR
OFF
SHADE
COLOR
RESIZE
- SPOTLIGHT overlays a frame on the presentation screen.
Selecting SHADE changes the opacity of the area outside the box
from 0%, 50% and 100%, COLOR to change the frame color from
red, green and blue, and RESIZE to change the size of the frame.
To resize the frame, press the shuttle wheel ▲, ▼, ◄, & ► then
press ENTER when done resizing. To move the frame around the
presentation screen, use the shuttle wheel ▲,▼,◄, & ►.
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Name
Function
- VISOR covers part of the presentation screen. The upper part of
the presentation screen is slightly exposed when it is being called
each time. To expose part of the covered area, press the shuttle
wheel ▲,▼,◄, &►. Select SHADE to change the darkness of the
shaded area between 50% or 100%.
(8) ENTER
Make a selection in Playback mode and OSD menu. Use this to
quick zoom to 200% or back to 100% in Camera mode only.
(9) ZOOM +/-
- Increase/decrease the image magnification in camera and picture
playback mode.
- Use to easily page up and page down 16-thumbnail picture
preview.
(10) MENU
Pull up and exit the OSD main-menu and sub-menu.
(11) PLAYBACK
View the captured image from the memory in 16-thumbnail images.
Use ▲,▼,◄, & ► to make a selection and ENTER to view the
selected image in full screen. To zoom in and out the image, turn the
shuttle wheel clockwise and counter-clockwise.
To start slide show, press MENU, select START and press ENTER to
begin and end. Select INTERVAL to set the display time interval
between frames in second.
To change the slide show time interval, select INTERVAL, press
ENTER and the bar will turn red, use ◄ & ► to increase and
decrease the value, and then press ENTER to save the setting and
the bar will turn white.
SLIDE SHOW
START
INTERVAL
1
1
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(12) EXPOSURE
Select to automatically or manually adjust the exposure. This adjusts
the camera exposure to determine how much light is required.
(13) AUTO IMAGE
Automatically adjust and set the white balance and exposure setting.
(14) REVERSE
Rotate the image by 180°in Camera mode only.
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Name
Function
(15) SPLIT SCRN
Divide the screen into two parts. One side displays the live image
from the CP135 camera and the other side displays the captured
images from the memory in 8-thumbnail images.
Use the ▲,▼,◄, &► to make a selection and ENTER to enlarge the
selected image in split screen mode. To horizontally or vertically pan
the enlarged image, use the ◄ & ► or ▲&▼ respectively.
To switch to different split screen type or close, press SPLIT SCRN
button repeatedly. You may also press CAMERA/PC to exit Split
Screen mode and switch to Camera mode.
(16) FREEZE
Toggle to pause or resume the camera.
(17) ▲,▼,◄, & ►
- Pan the image when image is above digital zoom level in live mode
or in playback captured image mode.
- Move the selection in Playback mode and in OSD menu.
- Use ▲&▼ to increase and decrease the video playback volume.
- Use ◄ &► to play the video backward and forward.
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To u c h B u t t o n C o n t r o l P a n e l
The touch button control panel located on the top side of the CP135 provides quick
access to commonly used functions.
(1)
(8)
(2)
(3)
(9)
(4)
(5)
(10 )
(11)
(12 )
(6)
(7)
Function
Description
(1) POWER
Turn the unit on/off.
(2) Output LED
Indicator
Indicate the setting of the TV to RGB switch to which port the
video signal is being sent out.
- RGB indicates that the video signal is sent out thru RGB
OUTPUT port of CP135.
- TV indicates that the video signal is sent out thru VIDEO and SVIDEO OUTPUT port of CP135.
(3) MODE
Toggles between Text, Graphics, and High Frame.
- Text - corrects the intensity of the adjacent pixel making it more
uniform producing sharper and clearer images.
- Graphics - adjusts the gradient of the adjacent pixel making it
appears to have a smooth image.
- High Frame - increases the frame rate capture and can visually
tracks the motion and react quickly. Sufficient lighting is required
when using this mode.
(4) Shuttle
Wheel
- Turn the shuttle wheel clockwise to zoom in and counterclockwise to zoom out the image in Camera and Playback mode
only.
When it reaches the maximum AVERZOOM level of about 200%,
you can still continue to digitally zoom in the image up to 1600%.
Press ENTER to return to normal view (100%).
- Press the shuttle wheel ▲,▼,◄, &► to pan the image while in
zoom in mode, to make a selection on 16-thumbnail images or
move to the next or previous single full screen preview in
Playback mode, or to make a selection and adjustment on the
OSD main-menu and sub-menu (See Menu Functions for more
details).
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Function
Description
(5) ENTER
Make a selection in Playback mode and OSD menu. Use this to
quick zoom to 200% or back to 100% in Camera mode only.
(6) FREEZE
Toggle to pause or resume the camera.
(7) MENU
Pull up and exit the OSD main-menu and sub-menu.
(8) PLAYBACK
View the captured image from the memory in 16-thumbnail
images.
Use ▲,▼,◄, & ► to make a selection and ENTER to view the
selected image in full screen. To zoom in and out the image, turn
the shuttle wheel clockwise and counter-clockwise.
To start slide show, press MENU, select START and press ENTER
to begin and end. Select INTERVAL to set the display time interval
between frames in second.
To change the slide show time interval, select INTERVAL, press
ENTER and the bar will turn red, use ◄ & ► to increase and
decrease the value, and then press ENTER to save the setting
and the bar will turn white.
SLIDE SHOW
START
INTERVAL
1
1
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(9) CAMERA/PC
Switch between Camera and PC mode.
- Camera mode displays the video signal from the built-in camera.
- PC mode displays the video signal from the RGB INPUT port of
CP135.
(10) EFFECT
Convert and display the image in BW, Negative or Color in
Camera and Playback mode only.
(11) AUTO
IMAGE
Automatically adjust and set the white balance and exposure
setting.
(12) CAP/DEL
- Capture a still image in Camera mode. The captured image is
saved in the memory and can store up to 80 images. The image
size can be saved either in 1024 x 768 (default) or 2016 x 1520
pixels.
If the Capture setting is in Continuous mode, use CAP/DEL
button to start and stop successive still image capture. To stop
continuous capture, press CAP/DEL button when “SAVE”
message in the status box at the lower right corner of the screen
disappear.
To set the image size of your choice, press MENU, select
CAPTURE in IMAGE menu list, press ENTER, select IMG SIZE,
press ENTER, use ▲ and ▼ to make a selection, and press
ENTER to save the setting.
- Remove the selected picture from the built-in memory
permanently in Playback mode.
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O S D N a v i g a t i o n Tr e e
There are 2 tab menus in CP135: IMAGE and SETTING tabs. For TV output, the
RESOLUTION will be disabled in SETTING menu list.
IMAGE MENU
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SETTING MENU
Menu Functions
The MENU functions of CP135 enhance fine-tuning your screen display, set the timer,
select OSD language and more. Press the MENU button to call up and exit from the
main menu or sub-menu display. Use ◄or► to select between IMAGE and SETTING
menu list. Then use ▲or▼ to select the items in the menu list. To make a selection or
change setting, press ENTER. To adjust the setting, press ◄or►.
OSD Menu
MODE
TEXT
GRAPHICS
HIGH FRAME
Description
IMAGE > MODE
Use ▲or▼ to select between Text, Graphics and High Frame
enhancement mode and then ENTER to make a selection.
Text - corrects the intensity of the adjacent pixel making it
more uniform producing sharper and clearer images.
Graphics - adjusts the gradient of the adjacent pixel making it
appears to have a smooth image.
High Frame - increases the frame rate capture and can
visually tracks the motion and react quickly. Sufficient lighting
is required when using this mode.
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OSD Menu
Description
IMAGE > EFFECT
Use ▲or▼ to select and display the image in Camera mode
into positive (true color), monochrome (black and white) or
negative. Then press ENTER to make a selection.
EFFECT
COLOR
B/W
NEGATIVE
MENU
IMAGE
IMAGE
SETTING
MODE
GRAPHICS
EFFECT
COLOR
REVERSE
OFF
MIRROR
OFF
EXPOSURE
AUTO
WHITE BALANCE
AUTO
CAPTURE
SINGLE (06/80)
NIGHT VIEW
OFF
MENU
IMAGE
SETTING
MODE
GRAPHICS
EFFECT
COLOR
REVERSE
OFF
MIRROR
OFF
EXPOSURE
AUTO
WHITE BALANCE
AUTO
CAPTURE
SINGLE (06/80)
NIGHT VIEW
OFF
EXPOSURE
AUTO
MANUAL
IMAGE > REVERSE
Press ENTER to turn off/on REVERSE. Reverse rotates the
image by 180° in Camera mode.
IMAGE > MIRROR
Press ENTER to turn off/on MIRROR. Mirror flips the image in
Camera mode.
IMAGE > EXPOSURE
Use ▲or▼ to select between AUTO or MANUAL. Then press
ENTER to make a selection.
AUTO to automatically adjust the camera exposure to
determine how much light is required.
MANUAL to manually adjust the exposure level. Press
ENTER and the bar will turn red, use ◄ & ► to increase and
decrease the exposure level, and then press ENTER to save
the setting and the bar will turn white. Press MENU to close
the menu.
EXPOSURE
AUTO
MANUAL
0
WHITE BALANCE
AUTO
RED
BLUE
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IMAGE > WHITE BALANCE
Use ▲or▼ to select between auto or manually adjust the red
and blue color to suit the lighting condition or color
temperature. Then press ENTER to make a selection.
To manually adjust the red or blue color level, select RED or
BLUE, press ENTER and the bar will turn red, use ◄ & ► to
increase and decrease the level, and then press ENTER to
save the setting and the bar will turn white.
WHITE BALANCE
AUTO
RED
0
BLUE
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255
WHITE BALANCE
AUTO
RED
BLUE
0
CAPTURE
SINGLE
CONTINUOUS
IMG SIZE
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255
IMAGE > CAPTURE
Use ▲or▼ to select SINGLE or CONTINUOUS capture mode
and IMG SIZE to select the capture pixel size of the image.
Select SINGLE to save one still image only and
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OSD Menu
Description
CONTINUOUS to save successive still images until the builtin memory is full or when the CAP/DEL button is being press
again to stop.
In Continuous mode, press ENTER the bar will turn red, use
◄ & ► to increase and decrease the capture time interval
between frames and then press ENTER to save the setting
and the bar will turn white. The time interval can be set from 5
to 600 sec.
CAPTURE
SINGLE
CONTINUOUS
IMG SIZE
CAPTURE
SINGLE
CONTINUOUS
IMG SIZE
INTERVAL
5 SECS
In IMG SIZE, press ENTER, use ▲ and ▼ to make a
selection, and press ENTER to save the setting.
CAPTURE
SINGLE
CONTINUOUS
IMG SIZE
CONTRAST
128
255
BRIGHTNESS
0
768
1520
IMAGE > NIGHT VIEW
Use ▲or▼ to turn Night View OFF or AUTO.
If you are presenting in a low-light condition, Night View
enables the image of the object to appear as though under
normal lighting conditions. CP135 can automatically adjust the
exposure to compensate for the adverse condition, but the
captured image will appear to be in slow motion.
NIGHT VIEW
OFF
AUTO
0
1024 x
2016 x
32
63
FORMAT MEMORY
NO
YES
SETTING > CONTRAST
Use ►or◄ to emphasize or reduce the difference between
light and dark conditions then press ENTER. The contrast
level can be adjustable up to 255.
SETTING > BRIGHTNESS
Use ►or◄ to increase or decrease the brightness level and
improve the visibility of the image then press ENTER. The
brightness level can be set up to 63.
SETTING > FORMAT MEMORY
Use ▲or▼ to select NO to exit or YES to format and delete all
the images saved in the built-in memory then press ENTER.
Please wait till the message “FORMAT” at the lower right
corner of the screen disappear to finish the process.
RESOLUTION
1024 x 768
800
x 600
640
x 480
1280 x 720
SETTING > RESOLUTION
Use ▲or▼ to choose from different supported display
resolutions then press ENTER to make the selection.
This selection will be disabled in TV output mode.
LANGUAGE
ENGLISH
ESPAÑ OL
日本語
繁體中文
SETTING > LANGUAGE
Use ▲or▼ to select from different supported languages then
press ENTER to make the selection.
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OSD Menu
Description
SETTING > USB CONNECTION
Use ▲or▼ buttons to select the function of USB between
USB CAMERA and IMG DOWNLOAD. Then press ENTER.
USB CONNECTION
USB CAMERA
IMG DOWNLOAD
 USB Camera - can be used as a computer webcam or with
our bundled software to record video and capture still
image.
 Img Download - transfer the captured images from the
built-in memory to computer hard disk.
FLICKER
50 HZ
60 HZ
SETTINGS > IMAGE > EXPOSURE > FLICKER
Use ▲or▼ to select between 50Hz or 60Hz. Some display
devices cannot handle high refresh rates. The image will
flicker a couple of times as the output is switched to another
refresh rate.
DEFAULT
DEFAULT
Use ▲or▼ to select YES to restore to original factory default
setting or NO to exit then press ENTER to make the selection.
NO
YES
MENU
IMAGE
SETTING
CONTRAST
92
BRIGHTNESS
32
FORMAT MEMORY
NO
RESOLUTION
1024 X 768
LANGUAGE
ENGLISH
USB CONNECTION USB CAMERA
FLICKER
60 HZ
DEFAULT
NO
PROFILE
OFF
SETTING > PROFILE
Press ENTER and use ▲or▼ to select between SAVE or
RECALL. Then press ENTER again to make a selection.
SAVE - store the current setting in the selected profile
number. Only effect, mode, brightness and contrast settings
can be saved.
RECALL - restore the setting back to the selected profile
number.
In the SAVE/RECALL selection, use ▲or▼ to select
saving/restoring the setting from the three profile number then
press ENTER.
PROFILE
SAVE
RECALL
PROFILE 1
PROFILE 2
PROFILE 3
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PROFILE
SAVE
RECALL
PROFILE 1
PROFILE 2
PROFILE 3
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Tr a n s f e r r i n g t h e C a p t u r e d I m a g e t o P C
This enables you to transfer the captured image from the built-in memory to PC.
The instruction below MUST be read and followed BEFORE connecting
the USB cable.
1. MUST set the USB CONNECTION as IMG DOWNLOAD before connecting the USB
cable.
To set the USB CONNECTION as IMG DOWNLOAD, press MENU > select USB
CONNECTION in SETTING menu list and press ENTER, select IMG DOWNLOAD
and press ENTER.
2. When “IMG DOWNLOAD” appears at the lower right corner of the presentation screen,
you may now connect the USB cable.
3. Upon connecting the USB cable, the system automatically detects the new removable
disk. You may now transfer the captured image(s) from the CP135 built-in memory to
PC hard disk.
Tr o u b l e s h o o t i n g
This section provides many useful tips on how to solve common problems while using the
CP135.
There is no picture on the presentation screen.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Check all the connectors again as shown in this manual.
Check the on/off switch of the display output device.
Verify the setting of the display output device.
If you are presenting from a notebook or computer through the display output device, check the
cable connection from computer RGB (VGA) output to RGB input of CP135 and make sure
CP135 is in PC Mode.
I have set up the CP135 and checked all the connections as specified in the manual
but I cannot get a picture on the preferred presentation screen.
1. The unit POWER button turns orange in standby mode. Press the POWER button again to turn
on and the LED light will turn blue.
2. The default camera display resolution setting is on 1024x768. If your output device does not
support this resolution; no image can be projected. Simply press hold the MENU and ► button to
the change the resolution setting.
3. If your display output device is on TV or any analog device, please switch the TV-RGB dip switch
to TV.
The picture on the presentation screen is distorted or the image is blurry.
1. Reset all changed settings, if any, to the original manufacturer default setting (Refer to the Menu
Functions for more details and steps).
2. Use the Brightness and Contrast menu functions to reduce the distortion if applicable.
3. If you discover that the image is blurry or out of focus, adjust the focus ring on the camera head.
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There is no computer signal on presentation screen.
1. Check all the cable connections among the display device, CP135 and your PC.
2. Connect your PC to the CP135 first before you power on your computer.
3. For notebook, repeatedly press FN+F5 to toggles between display modes and display the
computer image on the presentation screen. For different command, please refer to your laptop
manual.
The presentation screen does not show the exact desktop image on my PC or
Notebook after I toggle from Camera to PC mode.
1. Return to your PC or Notebook, place the mouse on the desktop and right click, choose
“Properties”, choose “Setting” tab, click on “2” monitor and check the box “Extend my Windows
desktop onto this monitor”.
2. Then go back one more time to your PC or Notebook and place the mouse on the desktop and
right click again.
3. This time choose “Graphics Options”, then “Output To”, then “Intel® Dual Display Clone”, and
then choose “Monitor + Notebook”.
4. After you follow these steps, you should be able to see the same desktop image on your PC or
Notebook as well as on the presentation screen.
How do I transfer the images from CP135 to a computer? Is it normal that CP135
will reset to camera mode after I download images and disconnect the USB cable?
Choose "IMG DOWNLOAD" in SETTING tab, USB CONNECTION menu, and then connect the USB
cable to transfer the captured images from the CP135 to the computer. When finished, unplug the
USB cable. The CP135 will automatically reset and switch to camera mode.
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