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ELMO TT-X1 Instruction Manual
INSTRUCTION MANUAL
VISUAL PRESENTER
TT-X1
(previously TX-1 and TT-TX1)
Please read this instruction manual carefully before using this product.
IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS
Please read all precautions and warnings before using the product.
The information is provided to ensure proper operation of this product and will prevent you
or others from personal injury or loss of assets.
Review the following symbols so that you understand them before reading the rest of the
manual.
Please read carefully and keep the manual in a safe place for future reference.
Warning
Ignoring the warning and operating the system incorrectly
subjects the user to possible risk of injury or death.
Attention
Ignoring the warning and operating the system incorrectly
subjects the user to risk of injury or loss of assets.
Meaning of Symbols
Name: Caution
Meaning: Indicates that the user must, without fail, pay careful attention to any
sentences or illustrations marked with a Caution symbol.
Name: Prohibited
Meaning: Indicates that the user must pay careful attention to any sentences or
illustrations marked with a Prohibited (do not do) symbol.
Name: Do not use in a bathroom or shower cubicle
Meaning: Indicates that using the product in a bathroom or shower cubicle could
result in injuries through a fire or electric shock, and is strictly prohibited.
Name: Do not touch
Meaning: Indicates that touching the area could result in injuries through electric
shock, and is strictly prohibited.
Meaning: Do not disassemble
Meaning: Indicates that disassembling the product could result in injuries through
electric shock, and is strictly prohibited.
Name: Compulsory
Meaning: Indicates that the user must pay careful attention to any sentences or
illustrations marked with a Compulsory (must do) symbol.
Name: Unplug the power plug from the outlet
Meaning: Indicates that the user must unplug the power plug from the outlet.
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Warning
If for any reason smoke comes out of the product, or you notice any unusual odors
or sounds, immediately turn off the power switch on the product and then unplug
the power plug from the outlet.
Continuing to use the product while it is operating unusually could result in a fire or
electric shock. Check that smoke is no longer coming out of the product, and then
contact your local dealer to request maintenance.
Do not attempt to service this product yourself.
If for any reason liquid is spilled into the product, immediately turn off the power
switch on the product and then unplug the power plug from the outlet.
Contact your local dealer immediately. Continuing to use the product in this
condition could result in a fire or electric shock.
If for any reason foreign objects enter the product, immediately turn off the power
switch on the product and then unplug the power plug from the outlet.
Contact your local dealer immediately. Continuing to use the product in this
condition could result in a fire or electric shock.
(Be extra careful if there are children in the area when using the product.)
If for any reason there is a breakdown causing no images to be projected, turn off
the power switch on the product and then unplug the power plug from the outlet.
Then contact your local dealer to request maintenance. Continuing to use the
product in this condition could result in a fire or electric shock.
If for any reason the product is dropped or the cabinet is damaged, turn off the
power switch on the product and then unplug the power plug from the outlet. Then
contact your local dealer. Continuing to use the product in this condition could result
in a fire or electric shock.
If the power cable or the cable of the AC adapter is damaged (e.g. if the inside of
the cord is exposed or broken), contact your local dealer and request a
replacement.
Continuing to use the product in this condition could result in a fire or electric shock.
Do not remove the back panel, cabinet, or cover from this product.
Doing so may expose you to dangerous voltage and could result in electric shock.
Contact your local dealer for any internal inspections, maintenance, or repair.
Do not remodel this device.
This could result in a fire or electric shock.
Do not place this product on an uneven surface of unstable stand. It could fall or
topple over and result in an injury.
Be sure to use the power cable and the AC adapter supplied with the product.
Otherwise, a fire or electric shock could occur.
The supplied power cable and the AC adapter are designed to be used for the TX-1
only. Do not use them for other products.
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Do not spill water or insert any foreign objects into this product.
This could result in a fire or electric shock. Do not use this product in rainy weather,
during a snowfall, on the coast, or on a water front.
Do not place any heavy objects on the power cable or the AC adapter. Do not place
this product on top of the power cable or the AC adapter. Do not cover the power
cable or the AC adapter.
The cable could be damaged and result in a fire or electric shock. (If the cable is
covered by a carpet, there are times when you may not notice that a heavy object
has been placed on the cable.)
Do not damage, process, pinch, twist, pull, or heat the power cable or the AC
adapter.
The cable could be damaged and result in a fire or electric shock.
Do not use this product in a bathroom or shower cubicle.
This could result in a fire or electric shock.
If there is dust on the prongs of the power plug or the connector surface, turn off the
power switch on the product, unplug the power plug from the outlet, and then
remove the dust.
The drop in insulation for the power plug could result in a fire.
Do not touch the product, the connector cable, the power cable, or the AC adapter
during a thunder storm. This could result in an electric shock.
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Attention
Whenever moving the product, turn off the power switch on the product and then
unplug the power plug from the outlet. Move after checking that the external
connection cable is disconnected. Otherwise, the cable could be damaged and
result in a fire or electric shock.
For safety reasons, if this product is not used for a long time, be sure to unplug the
power plug from the outlet. Otherwise, it could result in a fire.
Do not disconnect the power cable or the AC adapter by pulling the cable.
Otherwise, the cable could be damaged and result in a fire or electric shock.
Disconnect by holding both ends of the power plug or the AC adapter.
If the product is placed on a stand with casters, make sure the caster's brakes are
on. It could result in an injury if it moves and falls.
Do not place the product in a damp or dusty location.
This could result in a fire or electric shock.
Do not place the product in a location where it could be exposed to smoke, steam,
or water droplets such as on a kitchen counter or near a humidifier. This could result
in a fire or electric shock.
Do not sit on, or place any heavy objects on, this product. Be extra careful if there
are any small children in the area when using the product.
It could result in an injury if it falls or breaks.
Do not place the power cable or the AC adapter next to a heater.
The cable covering could melt and result in a fire or electric shock.
Do not connect or disconnect the power cable or the AC adapter with wet hands.
Otherwise, it could result in an electric shock.
Make sure the power plug is securely inserted into the outlet.
If it is not inserted correctly, it could generate excess heat and dust could enter
which could result in a fire.
Also, touching a prong of the power plug could result in an electric shock.
Do not use a loose outlet.
Excess heat could be generated and result in a fire. Request a replacement outlet
from your local dealer or electrical appliance store.
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BEFORE YOU USE
■ Be sure to use the power cable or the AC adapter supplied with the product. Do not use them
with other products.
■ Be sure to use the AC adapter applicable to your local power specifications. If the product was
sold in Japan, use the AC adapter sold with the product with 100 VAC and 50 or 60 Hz.
■ When storing the product, do not leave it under direct sunlight or by heaters. It may be
discolored, deformed, or damaged.
■ Do not place this product in any humid, dusty, salt bearing wind, or vibrating locations.
Use it under the following environmental conditions:
Temperature: 0°C - 40°C
Humidity: 30% - 85% (No condensation)
■ Use a soft, dry cloth for cleaning.
Do not use any volatile solvent such as thinner or benzene.
■ Luminescent and Black Spots
There may be some pixels that do not properly operate due to the use of CMOS Area Image
Sensors made-up of many pixels.
Though luminescent or black spots may be found on the screen, it is a phenomenon peculiar
to the CMOS Area Image Sensors and is not a malfunction.
■ Follow the guidelines below to prevent the unit from dropping or overturning.
• Use the product on a stable base, desk, or table. Do not place the product on an unstable
base or slanted location.
• Place or wire the product to prevent the power cable, the AC adapter cable or the video
cable from pulling.
■ Carry the product by holding the lower part of the main unit in both hands. Never hold the
product by the column or the camera head.
■ Pay careful attention when using (including setting-up and storing) or transferring the product
to prevent the camera head from receiving any shocks.
■ Be careful not to pinch your fingers when moving the arm or camera head.
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■ Do not point the lens directly to the sun. It could degrade the imaging capability.
■ Do not look directly into the LED light. If you look directly into it at close range, your eyes may
be injured.
■ If this product is used for longer than the warranty period, its performance and quality may
deteriorate due to the lifetime of its parts. For parts replacement (on chargeable basis), consult
the dealer from whom you purchased this product or our branch/office near your location.
■ Menu and Icons
Some functions of this product may not be set or used depending on the operation mode or
menu settings.
■ Copyright
Unless used for personal use, it is prohibited strictly under copyright law to use any photo files
without the prior consent of the copyright holder. Even if using for personal use, be careful that
there could be a situation where video or audio recording is restricted or illegal.
■
Wireless LAN (WiFi) radio wave

This product uses 2.4GHz radio waves. This product and the wireless device in this
product have been certified under the Radio Law. Using this product in countries other
than the country where you purchased it may infringe the radio wave laws of the country
where it is used.

In case of communication problem, change the location. Depending on the using
environment (e.g., there are many obstacles) the wireless communication may be
adversely affected. Especially the wireless communication is not available under the
following condition:
‒

There are metal and/or concrete between the product and monitor.
Do not use this product under the following conditions:
‒
Near industrial, scientific, and medical devices, such as a pacemaker
‒
Near in-plant radio station for mobile equipment identifier (license required and being
used in factory line; etc.)
‒

Near low power wireless base station (license not required)
Electromagnetic interference caused by using Bluetooth devices and this product in the
same area
Bluetooth devices and this product use the same band of frequency (2.4GHz). So using
these devices in the same area may cause electromagnetic interference and it may
cause lower communication speed or connection failure.
Turn off the device or this product if the communication problem occurs.
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■
About wireless equipment used on the 2.4 GHz band
The frequency bandwidth that this product uses is the same as for industrial, scientific, and
medical equipment such as microwave ovens, mobile unit identification systems (radio
stations that require a license) used in factory production lines, and specified low-power radio
stations (radio stations that do not require a license).
‒
Check that there are no radio stations for mobile unit identification systems or specified
low-power radio stations nearby before using this product.
‒
Change the frequency to use immediately or stop generating the radio waves if this
product emits radio waves which interfere with in-factory radio stations for mobile unit
identification systems. For information on such as countermeasures (e.g. erecting
partitions), contact one of our sales departments whose details are provided at the end of
this manual.
‒
Contact one of our sales departments whose details are provided at the end of this
manual if this unit emits radio waves which interfere with specified low-power radio
stations used for mobile unit identification systems, or causes similar problems.
■ This product is not guaranteed to be able to connect with all wireless LAN devices. Wireless
LAN devices and Bluetooth devices use the same band of frequency (2.4GHz). So using these
devices in the same area may cause electromagnetic interference and it may cause lower
communication speed or connection failure. Stop using either the Wireless LAN (WiFi) device
or Bluetooth device if the communication problem occurs.
■
Change of SSID and Key
It is recommended that you change your SSID and Key to avoid other people from using your
connection without permission. The SSID and Key can be reset to factory defaults.
■ The contents of this document are subject to change without notice. The latest version can be
obtained from the following Website:
http://www.elmousa.com
http://www.elmoeurope.com
■ It is prohibited under copyright law to use or copy any part or the whole of this document
without our prior written consent.
■ ELMO shall not be liable for any claim for damage or loss of earnings or any claim raised by a
third person due to the use, malfunction or repair of this product.
■ This device is restricted to use in class A environments only.
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HANDLING PRECAUTIONS
The followings are special precautions against mishandling of the product, which may cause
serious damages to the product. Pay close attention to them.
①Installation
②Carrying the product
Do not place the product on an unstable place or
Carry the product by holding the lower
slanted surface.
part of the main unit in both hands.
Be careful not to give an impact to
the column or the camera head.
③Zoom operation
④Cabling of the AC adapter
Rotate the zoom dial gently. Otherwise the zoom
Do not wrap the power cable tightly around the
dial may be broken.
AC adapter. By doing so may cause cable
disconnection.
⑤Camera head
Make sure to return the camera head to the
initial position before moving
the camera head.
Otherwise, the camera
head could be damaged.
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■ TABLE OF CONTENTS
IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS ·················································································· 2
BEFORE YOU USE ······························································································ 6
HANDLING PRECAUTIONS ··················································································· 9
■ TABLE OF CONTENTS ··············································································· 10
➊ PREPARATION························································································· 12
➋ BASIC OPERATIONS ················································································ 13
2-1 DOCUMENT CAMERA·················································································· 13
■PART NAMES ····························································································· 13
■OPERATING PANEL ···················································································· 14
■REAR PANEL AND CABLE CONNECTION······················································· 15
■MOVING PARTS OF THE TX-1 ······································································ 17
2-2 SUPPLIED ACCESSORIES ··········································································· 18
■IMAGE MATE 4 ··························································································· 18
2-3 SHOOTING IMAGES ···················································································· 19
■SETTING UP THE TX-1 ················································································ 19
■TURNING THE POWER ON/OFF ··································································· 20
■ADJUSTING THE SIZE ················································································· 21
■AF(AUTO FOCUS) ······················································································ 22
■ADJUSTING THE BRIGHTNESS ···································································· 23
■TURNING THE LED ON/OFF ········································································· 24
■CHANGING THE OUTPUT DESTINATION ······················································· 25
2-4 CHANGING THE SETTINGS ·········································································· 26
■HOW TO CHANGE THE SETTINGS ······························································· 26
■LIST OF MENU ICONS ················································································· 26
■DESCRIPTIONS OF EACH MENU·································································· 27
➌ ADVANCED OPERATIONS ········································································· 30
3-1 CONNECTING TO A COMPUTER VIA THE USB CABLE ···································· 30
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3-2 ABOUT WiFi FUNCTION ··············································································· 32
3-3 CONNECTING VIA WiFi ················································································ 33
➍ ABOUT IMAGE MATE 4 ············································································· 34
4-1 INSTALLING IMAGE MATE 4 ········································································· 34
■INSTALLATION PROCEDURE ······································································· 34
4-2 USING IMAGE MATE 4 ················································································· 35
■HOW TO SELECT THE CAMERA ··································································· 35
■MENU WINDOW OF IMAGE MATE 4 ······························································ 36
➎ ABOUT THE SETTING TOOL ······································································ 38
5-1 STARTING THE SETTING TOOL ···································································· 38
5-2 USING THE SETTING TOOL ········································································· 38
➏ OTHERS ································································································· 39
6-1 SHOOTING FORWARD OR BACKWARD························································· 39
6-2 ABOUT THE BASE PLATE ············································································ 39
■HOW TO CHANGE THE POSITION BASE PLATE ············································· 39
6-3 DISPLAYING ENLARGED IMAGESUSING A MICROSCOPE ······························· 40
■PROCEDURE ····························································································· 40
■EXITING THE MICROSCOPE MODE ······························································ 41
6-4 FIRMWARE UPDATE PROCEDURE ······························································· 42
6-5 CHANGING SSID AND KEY ·········································································· 43
6-6 CAPTURING A3 SIZED DOCUMENTS ···························································· 44
➐ TROUBLE SHOOTING ··············································································· 45
7-1 SYMPTOMS AND CONFIRMATION ································································ 45
➑ SPECIFICATIONS ····················································································· 47
8-1 GENERAL ·································································································· 47
8-2 MAIN CAMERA ··························································································· 47
8-3 ILLUMINATION DEVICE ··············································································· 48
8-4 TRADEMARKS AND LICENSES ····································································· 49
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➊ PREPARATION
The items below are included with this product. If any item is missing, contact the dealer from
whom you purchased this product.
①
②
③
AC adapter
AC adapter
P.19
(For Japan/ North America only)
P.19
(For Europe only)
⑤
④
Document Camera
P.13
AC power cable(black)
(For Japan/ North America only)
DC power cable(black)
(For Europe only)
P.20
P.20
⑥
USB cable(gray)
⑦
P.30
⑩
⑧
⑨
Warranty Card
(For Japan/ North America only)
Quick Start Guide
⑪
③ Assembly
3S Service Registration Statement
(For Japan only)
3S Assurance Guarantee
Label (For Japan only)
Click!
3S Service Registration Form
(For Japan only)
Press and slide the plug into the
groove of the AC adapter as shown
in the drawing.
※Slide it until it clicks.
※Choose the correct plug
according to the outlet.
When removing the plug from the AC
adapter, slide and pull the plug in the
opposite direction while pressing the
lock button.
【Caution】
●The supplied DC power cable (black, for Europe) (⑤) is designed to be used for the TX-1
only. Do not use for other purpose than connecting the supplied AC adapter (for Europe) (③)
to the TX-1.
Using the supplied DC power cable with a computer may damage a computer.
●Use the supplied USB cable (gray) (⑥) to connect the TX-1 to a computer.
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➋ BASIC OPERATIONS
2-1 DOCUMENT CAMERA
■PART NAMES
Operation of the main unit: P.17
①
②
③
⑤
④
Name
①
AF button
P.22
②
Zoom dial
P.21
③
LED lighting
P.24
④
Operating panel
P.14
⑤
Rear panel
P.15
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■OPERATING PANEL
⑧ ④ ⑥ ⑤
①
Mark
Name of function
⑦
②
③
Detail of function
To turn the power ON/OFF.
①
Power
Power ON
:LED turns blue
Power OFF :LED turns red
②
MENU
To show/hide the menu on the screen.
When MENU is not displayed: to focus automatically.
③
AF/ Enter
When MENU is displayed: to execute the selected
menu item.
④
Image rotation
To rotate the image by 180°.
⑤
LED lighting
To ON/OFF the LED lighting.
⑥
Brightness+
To brighten the image.
⑦
Brightness-
To darken the image.
To indicate the WiFi connection status.
OFF: LED is off
Connecting: LED flashes
Connected: LED turns
⑧
WiFi LED
The WiFi modes are also indicated by the color of the
LED.
OFF: LED is off
Access Point mode: LED turns blue
Station mode: LED turns green
※Refer to Page 32 for details of the WiFi modes.
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■REAR PANEL AND CABLE CONNECTION
①
②
⑤
③
④
Mark
Function
① DC IN 5V
To connect the supplied DC power cable.
② USB
To connect to a computer via the supplied USB cable.
③ HDMI OUT
④ RGB OUT
⑤
Anti theft lock
hole
To output digital images.
(HDMI cable is not supplied with this product.)
To output analog RGB images.
(RGB cable is not supplied with this product.)
To guard against theft.
① To connect the AC adapter
Connect the supplied AC adapter and the supplied power cable. Connect video cables such
as HDMI cable and RGB cable to the TX-1. Then connect the AC adapter to the DC IN 5V in
the rear panel and plug the power cable to the outlet.
Make sure to connect the power cable to the outlet after connecting the video cables to the
TX-1.
P.19
Caution
The supplied DC power cable (black, for Europe) is designed to be used for the TX-1
only. Do not use for other purpose than connecting the supplied AC adapter to the TX-1.
Using the supplied DC power cable with a computer may damage a computer.
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② To connect to a computer via the USB cable
Connect the supplied USB cable to the USB terminal on the rear panel.
Caution
Use the supplied USB cable (gray) to connect the TX-1 to a computer.
③ To connect to a device with an HDMI input terminal
Connect a commercially available HDMI cable to the HDMI OUT terminal on the rear panel.
Note
・Use a monitor which supports input resolution of 720p or higher.
The TX-1 may not operate with the cable which does not conform to the HDMI standard.
・The TX-1 conforms to the HDMI standard. However, we do not guarantee the operation of all
types of monitors with the TX-1.
④ To connect to a device with an analog RGB terminal
Connect the RGB cable to the RGB OUT terminal on the rear panel.
⑤ To use the Anti theft lock hole
Connect a security cable to this hole to prevent theft.
Note
• If the displayed image is off-center, adjustment of the horizontal and vertical position should be made
from a connected device.
• In some cases, vertical stripes may appear on the display device. This can be reduced by adjusting
the “clock phase” function of a connected device.
• We recommend using the supplied USB cable or commercially available USB 2.0 compliant USB
cable.
• If you connect the USB cable while the TX-1 or a computer is turned on, a computer may not
recognize the device.
• Depending on the computer’s USB environment or the peripheral equipment, image transfer may be
disrupted.
• Successful operation in all environments and conditions is not guaranteed.
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■MOVING PARTS OF THE TX-1
The camera head of the TX-1 can be moved as shown below.
90°
◆Movable range
180°
64.5°
90°
90°
90°
※Depending on the position of the camera head or the installation place of the TX-1, stable
operation may not be possible. In that case, change the position of the base plate.
P.39
※In order to prevent the damage to the camera head, pay attention to the position of the
camera head when moving the camera head. P.9
CAUTION
Be careful not to pinch your fingers when moving the arm or camera head.
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2-2 SUPPLIED ACCESSORIES
■IMAGE MATE 4
Image Mate 4 (the controlling software for the TX-1) can be downloaded from Elmo official
website.
For details of the downloading procedure, refer to “4-1 INSTALLING IMAGE MATE 4”
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The following operations can be performed by using Image Mate 4:
・Capture a still image from a live video stream from the TX-1 and save it to your computer
・Record a live video stream from the TX-1 and save it to your computer
・Control the TX-1
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This instruction manual briefly explains the feature of Image Mate 4.
Refer to “4-2 USING IMAGE MATE 4” for information how to use Image Mate 4.
Carefully read the instruction manual of Image Mate 4 before using it.
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2-3 SHOOTING IMAGES
■SETTING UP THE TX-1
Connect the power cable (black) and the AC adapter. Connect the video cable (connected to
a projector or monitor) and the AC adapter to the TX-1 respectively. Then connect the power
cable (black) to the outlet and setup the TX-1 as shown below.
1. Place the TX-1 on a stable, even surface.
2. Raise the camera head as shown below.
Camera head
90°
Arm
Camera
CONNECTING THE VIDEO CABLE
Connect the video cable corresponding to an image display device to the TX-1.
●with RGB cable (commercially available)
●with HDMI cable (commercially available)
⇒RGB OUT
⇒HDMI OUT
To an outlet
To an outlet
AC adapter/ power cable
AC adapter/ power cable
RGB cable
(commercially available)
Projector or monitor
Projector or monitor
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HDMI cable
(commercially available)
CONNECTING THE POWER CABLE
Connect the power cable (black) and the AC adapter. Connect the AC adapter to the DC IN
5V terminal in the rear panel of the TX-1 as shown in the connection diagram above. Then
connect the power cable (black) to the outlet.
CAUTION
Before connecting the TX-1 to other devices, be sure to turn off the power of all the
devices.
■TURNING THE POWER ON/OFF
The [
] button turns red when the power cable (black) is connected to the outlet.
The [
] button turns purple for a few seconds when this button is pressed.
The image appears on the screen when the color changes to blue.
Press the [
] button to turn off the TX-1. Then disconnect the power cable (black) from
the outlet.
Press
Power OFF
Power ON
Red
Blue
Note
Do not operate the TX-1 while the LED is lit in purple.
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■ADJUSTING THE SIZE
The display range of the document can be adjusted by rotating the zoom dial.
ZOOM-IN
:The object can be shown in large size.
ZOOM-OUT
:The object can be shown in small size.
ZOOM-OUT(Shrink)
ZOOM-IN(Enlarge)
ZOOM-IN
ZOOM-OUT
Note
• Zoom ratio: Optical 12x, Digital 8x (Maximum digital zoom is 4x when using RGB
output.)
• When the optical zoom reaches 12x, it automatically shifts to the digital zoom.
• Within the digital zoom range, the image quality is degraded.
• Digital zoom can be set ON/OFF from the Settings menu.
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■AF(AUTO FOCUS)
The auto focus works once when the AF button on the operating panel is pressed in
One-Push Auto Focus mode.
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The auto focus can also be performed by pressing the AF button in the camera head.
AF button
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■ADJUSTING THE BRIGHTNESS
Press the [
/
] button on the operating panel to adjust the image brightness.
When the OSD menu is not displayed
Brightness+
:The brightness of the image is increased.
Brightness-
:The brightness of the image is decreased.
※When the OSD menu is displayed, these buttons are used to move the cursor and the
brightness adjustment cannot be performed.
※Pressing the [
(brightness+)] button and the [
(brightness-)] button at the same time:
The brightness of the image returns to factory default setting.
Increase brightness
Decrease brightness
Brighten
Darken
Note
In places where the object is exposed to bright sunlight (e.g. near a window), or extremely bright
lights, the brightness of the image may not be decreased well, even by pressing the [
] button
on the operating panel.
In such cases, to adjust the amount of light, close the curtains or move the object away from the
light.
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■TURNING THE LED ON/OFF
The LED lighting can be turned ON/OFF by pressing the LED lighting button.
LED lighting button
CAUTION
• To take shots of people, turn the LED lighting OFF.
• Make sure that the light from the LED lighting does not shine directly into your eyes.
• This product is equipped with a high-brightness LED. You can safely use it to light up the
object.
The brightness will gradually decrease with long-term use. This is not a malfunction but a
characteristic of the LED.
• Do not touch the LED lighting while it is on as it may become very hot.
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■CHANGING THE OUTPUT DESTINATION
The output destination of the video signal can be changed by the following procedure:
[
MENU ]>[
Auto :[
Settings ]>[
MENU ]>[
Output settings]
Settings ]>[
Output settings]>[
Auto ]
→The TX-1 automatically selects the output destination.
HDMI:[
MENU ]>[
Settings ]>[
Output settings]>[
HDMI ]
→Set the output destination to HDMI.
RGB :[
MENU ]>[
Settings ]>[
Output settings
]>[ RGB ]
→Set the output destination to RGB.
Note
When the output destination is set to Auto while both HDMI and RGB cables are connected
to the TX-1, the TX-1 automatically selects HDMI as the output destination.
CAUTION
The output destination will be changed to the one selected by [
]. If a corresponding image
output device is not connected to the TX-1 you cannot view the image.
Verify that a correct image output device is connected to the TX-1 before selecting the output
destination.
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2-4 CHANGING THE SETTINGS
Various settings for the TX-1 can be changed through the OSD menu (characters and icons).
■HOW TO CHANGE THE SETTINGS
①Press the [
[
/
②Press the [
] button on the operating panel to display the OSD menu, and then use the
] buttons to move the cursor to the icon you want to operate or set.
] button to set the setting value.
Move the cursor up
Display/hide the OSD
menu
Move the cursor down
■LIST OF MENU ICONS
Select
Camera control
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Settings
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Press
Information
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※To go back the previous layer, select [
]. To hide the menu, press the [
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] button.
■DESCRIPTIONS OF EACH MENU
MAIN UNIT [FIRST LAYER]
Icon
Name
Function
Camera control
To display the setting menu for the camera image.
Settings
To display the setting menu for various functions.
Information
To display the setting details.
CAMERA CONTROL [SECOND LAYER]
Icon
Name
Selection Item
Factory
Function
Setting
ON
Microscope mode
OFF
✓
To ON/OFF the microscope mode.
Return
Document
✓
camera
Image mode
Black&White
To set to the mode suitable for
displaying documents.
To change color to B&W.
To set to the mode suitable for
Photo
displaying photos.
Return
Zoom Sync
AF mode
✓
To auto focus only once when the
AF/Enter button on the operating
panel or the AF button in the camera
head is pressed.
One-push
Return
Return
To auto focus after zooming.
To go back one layer in the menu.
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SETTINGS [SECOND LAYER]
Icon
Name
Flickerless
Selection
Factory
Item
Setting
50Hz
Europe/Others
60Hz
Japan/U.S
Function
To reduce fluorescent light flickering
due to the power supply frequency.
Select the same value as used for the
power supply frequency.
Return
ON
Digital zoom
✓
OFF
To ON/OFF the digital zoom.
Return
To automatically change the output
Auto
✓
RGB).
Output
settings
destination (prioritizing HDMI over
HDMI
To set the output destination to HDMI.
RGB
To set the output destination to RGB.
Return
English
Language
Japanese
To display the menu in English.
✓
To display the menu in Japanese.
Return
OFF
Network
mode
Access Point
To disable the network connection.
✓
To connect to the network in the Access
Point mode.
To connect to the network in the Station
Station
mode.
Return
Reset
Camera
To reset the settings other than network
settings
settings to factory defaults.
Network
To reset the network settings to factory
settings
defaults.
To reset all the settings to factory
All settings
defaults.
Return
Return
To go back one layer in the menu.
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INFORMATION [SECOND LAYER]
Name
Camera
Description
Model
TX-1
To display the model name of the camera.
Serial
number
*******
To display the serial number of the camera.
Version
FW : *.*.*
MainFPGA : *******
HeadFPGA : *******
To display the firmware version of the camera.
Access Point mode
To display the information of the network mode.
SSID
To display SSID of the TX-1.
Security key
To display PSK key of the TX-1.
Channel
To display the number of available frequency
bandwidth.
Network
Network mode
Station mode
Return
Network mode
To display the information of the network mode.
To display SSID of the Master device which the
SSID
TX-1 is connecting to.
WiFi strength
To display WiFi strength.
IP address
To display IP address of the Master device.
To go back one layer in the menu.
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➌ ADVANCED OPERATIONS
3-1
CONNECTING TO A COMPUTER VIA
THE USB CABLE
The TX-1 is compliant to UVC (video class) standard and there is no need to install a driver.
Just by connecting it to the USB port of your computer, you can use the TX-1 with a video
conference system or various applications.
By connecting the TX-1 to a computer with Image Mate 4 (the controlling software for the
TX-1) installed, the following operations can be performed:
・Save live video streaming or still images to a computer
・Operate the TX-1 from a computer
This instruction manual briefly explains the feature of Image Mate 4.
Refer to the instruction manual of Image Mate 4 for details such as the system requirements
of the computer and operation procedure of the OS or the software.
※Image Mate 4 (the controlling software for the TX-1) and its instruction manual can be
downloaded from Elmo official website.
For details of Image Mate 4, refer to “➍ ABOUT IMAGE MATE 4”
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<How to connect>
Connect the USB terminal of the TX-1
to a computer with the supplied USB
cable (gray).
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CAUTION
・ Do not connect/disconnect the USB cable while the TX-1 is in operation.
It could cause malfunction.
・ We recommend using the supplied USB cable or commercially available USB 2.0
compliant USB cable.
・ It may take some time to display the image when the video streaming is started or
resolution is changed. Do not turn off the power of the TX-1 or disconnect the USB cable
before the image is displayed.
・ Only MJPEG images can be output through the USB port. Depending on the software you
use, you may not be able to display the images.
・ The displayed image may pause for a brief second when the object moves quickly. This is
not a malfunction.
・ The displayed image may be distorted depending on the object being displayed.
The image distortion may be improved by the following measures:
- Reduce the resolution
- Reduce the frame rate
- Reduce the image quality
Note
• Depending on the computer’s USB environment or the peripheral equipment, image transfer
may be disrupted.
• Successful operation in all environments and conditions is not guaranteed.
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3-2 ABOUT WiFi FUNCTION
The TX-1 is equipped with the WiFi function. The following WiFi modes are available:
・Access Point mode : The TX-1 can be directly connected to a computer in an environment
where there is no wireless LAN network.
・Station mode
: The TX-1 can be connected to the ICB or third party’s wireless
system via wireless LAN network.
*ICB (Interactive Communication Box):Next generation wireless access point for education
By using the WiFi function of the TX-1, you can connect the TX-1 to a computer as shown
below.
・Access Point mode (※Factory default setting)
TX-1 (Master)
Monitor
Tablet PC (Slave)
MENU ]⇒[
[
WiFi LED: Blue[
Settings]⇒[
Network mode]⇒[Access Point]
]
Wireless router (Master)
・Station mode
※CRI-1 (sold separately)/ Third party’s
wireless router
Monitor
TX-1(Slave)
Tablet PC (Slave)
[
MENU ]⇒[
WiFi LED: Green[
Settings]⇒[
Network mode]⇒[Station]
]
Refer to Page 28 for details of changing the Network mode.
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3-3 CONNECTING VIA WiFi
This section explains how to connect the TX-1 to a computer via WiFi.
①Connecting the TX-1 directly to a computer via WiFi using the Access Point mode
②Connecting the TX-1 to a computer through the ICB or third party’s wireless system using
the Station mode
①Connecting the TX-1 directly to a computer via WiFi using the Access Point mode
1.Open the WiFi settings of your computer and select the SSID of the TX-1.
(The SSID/key of the TX-1 is in the Information of the Menu. The SSID/key is in the
bottom of the TX-1. For details about the WiFi settings of your computer, refer to the
instruction manual of your computer. )
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2.Enter the Key and connect to your computer wirelessly.
3.The WiFi LED starts to flash blue and then turns blue.
※The [AP mode] icon will be displayed on the screen.
4.By connecting to a computer with “Image Mate 4 (TX-1 control software)” installed, you
can control the TX-1 from Image Mate 4.
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※Only one computer can be wirelessly connected to the TX-1 at a time.
②Connecting the TX-1 to a computer through the ICB or third party’s wireless system using
the Station mode
1.Change the WiFi mode of the TX-1 to the Station mode.
[
MENU ]>[
Settings ]>[
Network mode]>[ Station ]
2.Press and hold the SET button of the wireless router “CRI-1” (separately sold).
3.The WiFi LED starts to flash green and then turns green.
※The [STA mode] icon will be displayed on the screen.
4.By connecting to a computer with “Image Mate 4 (TX-1 control software)” installed, you
can control the TX-1 from Image Mate 4. P.35
※When using a third party’s wireless router, refer to the instruction manual of the router for
details of the connection procedure.
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➍ ABOUT IMAGE MATE 4
This instruction manual briefly explains the feature of Image Mate 4, downloading/installation
procedure of the instruction manual of Image Mate 4, and the menu items.
For further details, refer to the instruction manual of Image Mate 4.
4-1 INSTALLING IMAGE MATE 4
■INSTALLATION PROCEDURE
1.Access the following Elmo official website.
http://www.elmousa.com/TX-1
http://elmoeurope.com/en/html/download/02.php
2.Select “Image Mate 4”.
3.Click “Download” and read the “Precautions on the handling of the downloaded data”.
Click “Agree”
4.Downloading will start after a short while.
※If you cannot find the downloaded file, check the download folder of your computer.
5.Run “ImageMate4Setup.msi“ after the downloading is completed. Follow the instructions
displayed in the installation window of Image Mate 4.
6.The icons 「
」 and 「
」 will be created on the desktop after the installation is
completed.
※Advanced WiFi settings can be configured using the Image Mate 4 Setting tool.
Refer to the instruction manual of Image Mate 4 for details of the Setting tool.
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4-2
USING IMAGE MATE 4
Run Image Mate 4 [
], installed to your computer in the step “4-1 INSTALLING IMAGE
MATE 4”.
Select the desired camera to display by the following procedure
※The camera will not be recognized when it is not turned on. Turn on the camera.
※The layout (camera type) of the camera selection window is different between when the
TX-1 is connected to a computer via the USB cable and when it is connected to a computer
via WiFi.
■HOW TO SELECT THE CAMERA
・When the TX-1 is connected to a computer via the USB cable (the camera selection window
does not appear on the screen), the live image of the camera appears after Image Mate 4 is
started.
・When several cameras are connected to a computer, the camera selection window appears
on the screen.
Exit
Connection status
Connecting
Camera name
Connected
(Factory default setting is
serial number)
Camera type
Type (USB
/WiFi
)
<Connection procedure>
① Click the selected camera name.
② The connection status changes to “Connecting” [
③ The connection status changes to “Connected” [
].
] from “Connecting” [
] after
the connection is established.
※ The software will cancel the selection and start to connect to the other selected
camera if the camera name of the other camera is selected before the connection is
established.
※ The connection will be disconnected if “Connected” [
] is pressed.
④ The camera selection window disappears and the live image of the camera appears.
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CAUTION
If the TX-1 is turned off while WiFi is connected, the TX-1 will automatically
reconnect to the same camera when it is started next time.
■MENU WINDOW OF IMAGE MATE 4
This instruction manual briefly explains the feature of Image Mate 4.
For details, refer to the instruction manual of Image Mate 4.
Control icon
DESCRIPTIONS OF ICONS 【MENU】
Icon
Name
Function
To display the remote control window.
Zoom in
Auto focus
Remote control
Brightness
Brightness
(Brighten)
(Darken)
Zoom out
Reset Brightness
Capture
To save the currently displayed image as a still image.
Start recording/
Stop recording
To start and stop recording.
Open
To open the destination folder of still image files or video
files recorded with Image Mate 4.
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Freeze
To pause the image. Click this icon again to resume the
image.
Rotate Images
To rotate the image by 180°.
Live settings
To set the resolution, frame rate and image quality.
Camera
To display a list of connected cameras. Select the camera
to display.
selection
To display the version information of the connected
Document Camera and Image Mate 4.
Version Information
Show version
The software license agreement will be displayed.
Carefully read it before using Image Mate 4.
Exit
To close the application.
A confirmation window will be displayed when this icon is
clicked. Click “OK” to close the application.
DESCRIPTIONS OF ICONS 【STATUS】
Recording a
video
This icon appears during video recording.
The color of this icon changes between red and white
during video recording.
Capturing a still
image
This icon appears during still image capturing.
This instruction manual briefly explains the feature of Image Mate 4.
For details, refer to the instruction manual of Image Mate 4.
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➎ ABOUT THE SETTING TOOL
This instruction manual briefly explains downloading / installation procedure of the TX-1
Setting tool. You can find further information of the TX-1 Setting tool in the instruction manual
of Image Mate 4, downloaded in the step “➍ ABOUT IMAGE MATE 4”.
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For details, refer to the instruction manual of Image Mate 4.
5-1 STARTING THE SETTING TOOL
A shortcut icon for the Image Mate Setting tool [
installed. Click the icon [
] is created when Image Mate 4 is
] to start the Image Mate 4 Setting tool.
5-2 USING THE SETTING TOOL
The following items which cannot be configured from the setting menu of the TX-1 can be
configured using the Setting tool:
・Manual wireless connection
・Changing the SSID and KEY
<Setting tool – Camera setting window>
・White balance settings
・Changing the frequency of the flicker correction
・Saving the zoom position
etc
<SSID/KEY window>
For details, refer to “THE SETTING TOOL” in the instruction manual of Image Mate 4.
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➏ OTHERS
6-1 SHOOTING FORWARD OR BACKWARD
By rotating the camera head you can shoot forward, backward, up, down, left and right.
※For information of the rotatable range of the camera head, refer to P17 “MOVING
PARTS OF THE TX-1”.
The image will become upside down depending on the direction of the rotation. In that case,
correct it by pressing the “Image rotation” button on the operating panel.
6-2
ABOUT THE BASE PLATE
The base plate of the TX-1 is removable and can be attached in both directions.
Attaching the base plate facing the legs to the camera head direction will prevent the fall of the
TX-1.
Change the position of the base plate according to the installation place or the purpose of use.
■HOW TO CHANGE THE POSITION BASE PLATE
1.Remove 4 screws on the bottom of the TX-1 to remove the base plate.
2.Change the position of the base plate and firmly attach it with 4 screws.
※The base plate can be secured to a desk or stand with screws (M4).
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6-3 DISPLAYING ENLARGED
IMAGESUSING A MICROSCOPE
By attaching the separately sold microscope attachment lens to a microscope, you can
display the enlarged image.
■PROCEDURE
①Change the setting of the TX-1.
[
MENU ]>[
Camera control ]>[
Microscope mode]>[ ON ]
②Set the microscope.
Place the object you want to view, such as a prepared slide, on the microscope and then
look into the microscope to adjust the focus and brightness.
③Attach the microscope attachment lens.
Attach the guide ring to the microscope attachment lens
and cover the eyepiece with it.
Match the centers of the microscope attachment lens
and eyepiece, and use the three screws to evenly tighten
the lenses against each other.
CAUTION
If the screws are screwed too tightly, the microscope eyepiece or tube may be
damaged.A trace of damage may be left on the microscope where the screws come
into contact.
Protecting the microscope with tape before attaching the microscope attachment
lens will prevent the damage to a certain extent.
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④Adjust the angle of the microscope and the TX-1 to fit each other.
⑤Adjust the brightness.
Adjust the brightness with the mirror or the light on the microscope.
⑥Adjust the display range.
⑦Adjust the focus.
・Depending on the type of eyepiece, you may not be able to view the object clearly even
after adjusting the zoom.
・We recommend using a WF type eyepiece. If you do not use a WF type, we recommend
using an eyepiece of 10x or less.
・You can use the microscope attachment lens when the external diameter of the eyepiece
is 20 to 28mm.
・Use the thinner guide ring for Microscope Lens Attachment. There are two types of rings
included in the package; the thicker one is not used here.
■EXITING THE MICROSCOPE MODE
Change the setting of the TX-1.
[
MENU]>[
Camera control]>[
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Microscope mode]>[OFF]
6-4 FIRMWARE UPDATE PROCEDURE
The firmware of the TX-1 will be updated from time to time.
By updating the firmware, you will be able to use new functions.
Download the latest firmware from Elmo official website and update the firmware of the TX-1
according to the following procedure.
※Check the firmware version of the TX-1 before starting the firmware update. There is no
need to update the firmware if the firmware of the TX-1 is the latest version.
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●Items required for the firmware update
・TX-1
・Computer
・The latest firmware (※1)
・USB cable (to connect the TX-1 to the computer)
※1 Download the latest firmware from the following Elmo official website and copy
“update.bin” file to your computer in advance.
http://www.elmousa.com/TX-1
http://elmoeurope.com/en/html/download/02.php
<Update Procedure>
1.Connect the TX-1 to your computer via the supplied USB cable.
2.Press the Power button, Image rotation button and LED lighting button together for about
20 seconds until the purple lit Power LED starts to flash between red and blue. P.14
3.The operating procedure is displayed on a computer screen after the Power LED starts to
flash between red and blue.
4.The AutoPlay window appears on a computer screen. Open the folder.
※If the AutoPlay window does not appear, manually open the folder.
5.Copy “update.bin” to the folder you opened.
TX-1
Computer
<Step 5>
Copy “update.bin” to the TX-1.
※1 Download the file from Elmo
official website to your computer.
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6.Disconnect the USB cable after the copy is completed.
7.When the Power LED starts to flash quickly between red and blue, the firmware update
starts.
※The update takes several minutes.
(The TX-1 restarts several times during the update process.)
8.The update is complete when the Power LED turns blue.
※Check whether the firmware has been successfully updated to the latest version by going
to: “Information”  “Version”. P.29
6-5 CHANGING SSID AND KEY
It is recommended that you change your SSID and Key to avoid other people from using your
connection without permission.
Arbitrary SSID and Key can be set using the Setting tool.
Changed SSID and Key can be reset to factory default setting using the “Reset all” in the OSD
menu.
[
MENU]>[
Settings]>[
Reset]>[Network settings]
For details of the initialization procedure and changing procedure of the SSID and KEY using
the Setting tool, refer to the instruction manual of Image Mate 4.
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6-6 CAPTURING A3 SIZED DOCUMENTS
The TX-1 can capture images in 3 different angles of view.
A3 sized documents (4:3 aspect ratio ①) can be captured. The shooting conditions are as
follows:For details about how to change the resolution, refer to “Live Settings”. P.37
◆A3 sized documents shooting conditions (when not using the zoom)
When displaying via WiFi
・Set the resolution to XGA or VGA.
※The captured images will be displayed in 16:9 format (②) when outputting at 1080p or
720p.
When displaying on a monitor via a cable
・A3 sized documents cannot be captured when the TX-1 is connected to a computer via the
HDMI cable.
・The captured images will be displayed in 4:3 format(Small ③) when outputting at 1080p or
720p via WiFi.
Aspect ratio
②16:9
①4:3(Large)
Maximum image capture
size(When set up)
433x322
③4:3(Small)
433x240
322x240
WiFi
1080p
RGB/HDMI/USB(unused)
RGB
XGA
1080i
HDMI
720p
XGA
USB
VGA
720p
②
-
②
-
②
①
-
①
②
②
③
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③
②
①
①
②
③
②
②
③
③
③
②
②
①
②
②
①
③
②
②
-
①
②
①
①
②
②
VGA
①
②
②
③
XGA
①
①
①
①
①
①
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➐ TROUBLE SHOOTING
7-1 SYMPTOMS AND CONFIRMATION
Check the following items. If any abnormality is found, consult the dealer from whom you
purchased this product or our nearest branch/office.
Symptom
Possible cause/remedy
・The cable is not correctly connected.
・The AC adapter is disconnected from the wall outlet.
・The AC adapter is disconnected from the power supply socket of the unit.
・The power is not ON. (Blue light)
・Zoom is set at the TELE side, displaying only the white or black part of the
document.
No image is displayed.
・If you turn the power ON immediately after turning it OFF, the unit may not
start. Wait for several seconds after turning the power OFF, and then turn
it back ON.
・Wrong output destination (Auto/HDMI/RGB) is selected. Set the correct
output destination. Use a correct monitor which supports the set output
signal.
・Reconnect the AC adapter or the power cable.
The output image
(resolution) changes
automatically.
・When the HDMI monitor is connected, the output image (resolution) is
automatically changed based on information from the connected monitor.
No image is displayed from
・Image Mate 4 is not started correctly. Restart Image Mate 4 and try to
the USB. (when
connect again.
connecting to a computer)
・The document (object) is too close to the lens. Move the document (object)
slightly away from the lens.
The image is out of focus.
・ CAMERA CONTROL [SECOND LAYER]
it may be difficult to obtain a proper focus when the AF mode is set to
"Zoom sync". Try to press the AF button to obtain a proper focus.
・The intensity of the lighting is insufficient. Press the [
The image is too dark.
operating panel to adjust the brightness. Or press the [
] button on the
] button to
turn on the LED lighting.
・”Freeze” function is selected by Image Mate 4. Cancel the freeze status to
The image does not move.
resume the live image feed.
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・ This may be interference fringes between dots of printed matter and TV
scanning lines or CMOS pixels. Changing the shooting range may help
the problem.
The image is striped.
・ Vertical stripes may appear on an LCD projector image. Manually
adjusting the dot clock at the projector side may help the problem.
・ The image may be distorted when shooting a monitor screen while the
live image feed is displayed.
The UVC video stream is
upside down.
・ Verify that the graphic driver and other device drivers of your computer
are the latest version. You can download the latest version of device
drivers from the official website of the manufacturer of your computer.
Other image than the
camera image overlaps on
the UVC video stream.
・ Depending on your software, OS or the connection status, other images
No UVC video stream is
displayed. (An error
message appears.)
・ The software may recognize it as error when it takes time to prepare the
than the camera image may be overlapped on the camera image. This
can be solved by reconnecting the TX-1 or restarting the software.
image output. Restart the TX-1 and reconnect it to the computer. Then
restart the software.
・ Disconnect the USB cable and restart the software. Then connect the
Fails to output the UVC
video stream.
USB cable again.
・ If the problem still persists, contact the manufacturer of your software
and check if the software supports MJPEG.
The UVC video steam
sometimes freezes.
・ The displayed image may pause for a brief second when the object
moves quickly. In that case, adjusting the brightness manually may
improve the problem.
About the light (LED lighting)
The brightness of the LED lighting will diminish with long-term use. If its brightness has
significantly diminished, consult the dealer from whom you purchased this product or our
nearest branch/office for replacement (subject to charge).
About long-term usage of this product
Due to the lifetime of its parts, if this product is used for longer than the warranty period, its
performance and quality may deteriorate. In this case, we will replace the parts for a charge.
Consult the dealer from whom you purchased this product or our nearest branch/office.
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5
➑ SPECIFICATIONS
8-1
GENERAL
Item
Power source
Power consumption
Outside dimensions
Weight
Specifications
DC5V
(AC adapter AC100 ~ 240V)
7.0W
W391.7 x D230.0 x H427.9mm (When setup)
W183.0 x D230.0 x H482.8mm (When folded)
Approx. 2.4kg (Main body only)
Output terminal
Ext. control terminal
8-2
RGB input Mini Dsub 15P connector, female x 1
HDMI output terminal x 1
USB device (2.0 compliant) Mini-B receptacle x 1
MAIN CAMERA
Item
Specifications
Lens
f=4.0mm ~ 48.0mm
Frame rate
30fps
F3.2~F3.6
Shooting area
Max.
Min.
1080i
433.1mm
240.1mm
46.9mm
26.4mm
XGA
433.1mm
322.5mm
46.9mm
35.2mm
Focus working range
TELE:200mm ~ ∞
WIDE:50mm ~ ∞
Optical zoom
12x
Digital zoom
8x (max.4x when using RGB output)
Focus
Manual(Push) / Zoom Sync
Image pick-up
element
1/2.8” CMOS 3.4mil pixels
Total pixels
H: 2144 / V: 1588
Effective pixels
H: 1920 / V: 1440
Sync. signal
Internal
Resolution
HDMI 1080i
Horizontal: 800TV lines or more
Vertical: 800TV lines or more
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Item
Analog RGB output
Specifications
Analog RGB output 0.7V
(p-p)
75 Ω unbalanced
Sync. signal
XGA :Negative polarity
XGA:1024 × 768 @ 60Hz
Horizontal frequency: 48.363kHz
Vertical frequency: 60.004Hz
HDMI output
Image output
1080i
720p
White balance
Auto / Natural light / Fluorescent light / Incandescent light ※1
Brightness control
Auto (with level adjustment) / Manual
Image mode
Document / B&W / Photo
Flicker correction
60Hz / 50Hz
WiFi
2.4GHz IEEE802.11 b/g/n
※1 The white balance mode can be set using the Setting tool. Refer to the instruction manual of
Image Mate 4 for details.
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8-3 ILLUMINATION DEVICE
Item
Illumination light
Specifications
White LED
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8-4 TRADEMARKS AND LICENSES
、Image Mate are the registered trademarks of ELMO Co., Ltd.
HDMI、
logo and High-Definition Multimedia interface are trademarks or
registered trademarks of HDMI Licensing LLC.
Wi-Fi is a trademark or registered trademark of the Wi-Fi Alliance.
All other company/product names described in this manual are trademarks or
registered trademarks of their respective companies.
This product is licensed under the AVC Visual Patent Portfolio License (AVC Video)
for the personal and non-commercial use of a consumer to
(i) play AVC Video that was recorded by a consumer engaged in a personal and a
non-commercial activity and/or,
(ii) play AVC Video that was obtained from a video provider licensed from MPEG-LA,
LLC.
Additional information including that relating to promotional and commercial uses may
be obtained from MPEG-LA, LLC.
ATTENTION
- Unless used for personal use, it is prohibited by copyright law to record slides, books
and photos without the prior consent of copyright holder.
- This product is designed to be used in industrial environment. If it is used in a
residential area or in an adjacent area thereto, harmful interference to radio or
television reception may occur.
- Repair parts
Repair parts are the items which are needed to maintain product functionality. The
holding period of such repair parts is 8 years after the product discontinuation, which is
equal to the repair period we will accept.
- Any image, which is obtained by this product, and which can be identified, is
considered to be private information. Be forewarned that the person who makes use of
such images shall be liable for disclosing of such images.
For details about specifications and instruction manual of the product,
refer to the following official website.
http://www.elmousa.com/TX-1
http://elmoeurope.com/en/html/download/02.php
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