AVer F70W User Manual
AVerVision F70W
User Manual
F e d e r a l C o m m u n i c a t i o n s C o m m i s s i o n S t a t e m e n t ( C l a s s A)
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. However, 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:
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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.
Class A ITE:
Class A ITE is a category of all other ITE which satisfies the class A ITE limits but not the class B ITE limits.
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.
CE Class A (EMC)
This product is herewith confirmed to comply with the requirements set out in the Council
Directives on the Approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to Electromagnetic
Compatibility Directive 2014/30/EU.
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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documentation, its quality, performance, merchantability, or fitness for a particular purpose. Information
presented in this documentation has been carefully checked for reliability; however, no responsibility is
assumed for inaccuracies. The information contained in this documentation is subject to change without notice.
In no event will AVer be liable for direct, indirect, special, incidental, or consequential damages arising out of
the use or inability to use this product or documentation, even if advised of the possibility of such damages.
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WARNING
TO REDUCE RISK OF FIRE OR ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS
APPLIANCE TO RAIN OR MOISTURE. WARRANTY VOID FOR ANY
UNAUTHORIZED PRODUCT MODIFICATION.
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 Battery Safety Information
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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 safely.
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.
Table of Contents
Package Contents ........................................................................................................... 1
Optional Accessories ..................................................................................................... 1
Get Familiar with the AVerVision F70W ......................................................................... 2
Right Panel .............................................................................................................. 3
Rear Panel .............................................................................................................. 3
Left Panel ................................................................................................................ 4
Control Panel ........................................................................................................... 5
Remote Control ....................................................................................................... 7
Making the Connections ........................................................................................ 10
Set the TV-RGB Switch Setting ............................................................................. 10
Connect to a Monitor or LCD/DLP Projector with HDMI Output interface .............. 10
Connect to a TV..................................................................................................... 11
Connecting the Power ........................................................................................... 11
Connect to a Computer via USB............................................................................ 12
Connect to a Computer with HDMI Input interface ................................................ 12
Connect an External Microphone .......................................................................... 13
Connect an Amplified Speaker .............................................................................. 13
Connect to a Microscope ....................................................................................... 14
Connect F70W to WLAN ............................................................................................... 15
Toggling between WiFi mode and USB to PC Mode .................................................. 17
Connect F70W with a Tablet Device ............................................................................ 17
Setting Up AVerVision F70W ........................................................................................ 19
Storing and Handling ............................................................................................. 19
Shooting Area ........................................................................................................ 20
Overhead Light ...................................................................................................... 21
Infrared Sensor ...................................................................................................... 21
Mounting the F70W on a Flat Surface ................................................................... 22
Anti-glare Sheet ..................................................................................................... 22
External Memory Storage ...................................................................................... 23
Insert an SD Card ............................................................................................. 23
OSD MENU .....................................................................................................................24
Navigate the Menu and Submenu ......................................................................... 25
Image .................................................................................................................... 25
Brightness ......................................................................................................... 25
Contrast ............................................................................................................ 25
Mode ................................................................................................................. 26
Effect................................................................................................................. 26
Mirror ................................................................................................................ 26
Advanced .......................................................................................................... 26
Auto Image ....................................................................................................... 26
Exposure .......................................................................................................... 27
White Balance................................................................................................... 27
Focus ................................................................................................................ 27
Presentation .......................................................................................................... 28
Spotlight ............................................................................................................ 28
Visor.................................................................................................................. 28
Split Screen ...................................................................................................... 29
PIP .................................................................................................................... 29
Timer................................................................................................................. 30
Setting ................................................................................................................... 30
Capture ............................................................................................................. 30
Resolution ......................................................................................................... 30
Quality .............................................................................................................. 30
Type .................................................................................................................. 31
Interval .............................................................................................................. 31
Storage ............................................................................................................. 31
73BFormat ........................................................................................................ 31
USB to PC ........................................................................................................ 31
Flicker ............................................................................................................... 32
WiFi ....................................................................................................................... 32
74BConnect ...................................................................................................... 32
75BSelect AP .................................................................................................... 32
77BEnter Password .......................................................................................... 33
78BConnect AP ................................................................................................ 33
Machine Name.................................................................................................. 33
System .................................................................................................................. 35
Language .......................................................................................................... 35
Output Display .................................................................................................. 35
Backup .............................................................................................................. 35
Save Setting ..................................................................................................... 35
Recall Setting.................................................................................................... 35
Information ........................................................................................................ 36
Default .............................................................................................................. 36
Playback ................................................................................................................ 37
Slide Show ........................................................................................................ 37
Interval .............................................................................................................. 37
Slide Show Effect .............................................................................................. 37
Current Storage ................................................................................................ 37
Delete All .......................................................................................................... 37
Transfer Captured Images/Videos to a computer .................................................. 38
Technical Specifications............................................................................................... 39
Image ................................................................................................................ 39
Optics ............................................................................................................... 39
Compatibility ..................................................................................................... 39
Power ............................................................................................................... 39
Lighting ............................................................................................................. 39
Input/Output ...................................................................................................... 39
Dimension ......................................................................................................... 40
External Storage ............................................................................................... 40
Using the RS-232 Interface ........................................................................................... 40
Connect to the Computer RS-232 ......................................................................... 40
RS-232 Cable Specifications ........................................................................................ 40
RS-232 Transmission Specifications........................................................................... 41
RS-232 Communication Format ............................................................................ 41
RS-232 Send Command Table .............................................................................. 42
RS-232 Get Command Table................................................................................. 47
Troubleshooting ............................................................................................................ 48
Limited Warranty ........................................................................................................... 52 Packa ge Contents
Make sure the following items are included in the package.
WiFi Dongle
Software & Manual CD
USB Cable
Power Adapter (12V, 3A)
AVerVision F70W
* The power adapter will vary
depending on the standard
power outlet of the country
where it is sold.
Remote Control
(batteries included)
Optional Accessories
Microscope Adapter
Carrying Bag
Anti-glare Sheet
1
(28mm & 34mm Rubber Coupler)
G e t F a m i l i a r w i t h t h e AV e r V i s i o n F 7 0 W
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(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)
(7)
(8)
(9)
(10)
(fig. 1.1)
Name
(1) Camera head
(2) Camera lens
(3) LED light
(4) Flexible arm
(5) Left panel
(6) Control panel
(7) IR sensor
(8)
Rear panel
(9)
Right panel
(10) Built-in MIC
Function
Contain the camera sensor.
Focus the image in the camera.
Provide light to enhance the lighting condition.
Provide adjustable viewing coverage.
Connections for RS-232, microphone, speaker, and reset button.
Easy access to various functions.
Receive remote control commands.
Connections for power, RCA external display device , WiFi dongle,
HDMI input, HDMI output and USB to PC.
Connections for the camera head holder, SD card, TV-RGB display
output switch, and antitheft Kensington security lock compatible slot.
Record audio when recording video clip. The recorded sound will be
in monophonic.
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R ig ht Pa ne l
(2)
(3)
(1)
(4)
(fig. 1.2)
Name
(1) Camera Holder
(2) SD card slot
(3) TV-RGB switch
(4)
Antitheft Slot
Function
Hold the camera head for storage.
Insert the SD card with the label facing up.
TV switch to output display video from RCA to HDMI OUT.
Attach a Kensington compatible security lock or antitheft device.
Rear Pa nel
(1)
(2)
(6)
(5)
(3) (4)
(fig. 1.3)
Name
(1) DC12V
(2) WiFi Dongle port
Function
Connect the power adapter into this port.
For WiFi dongle connection.
(3)
HDMI In port
Connect an external HDMI source as an input via this port
(4)
HDMI Out port
(5)
TV Out port
Output the video signal from the main system on an LCD monitor or
LCD/DLP projector with HDMI interface using HDMI cable.
Connect the AVerVision F70W to any display device with TV output.
(6)
Mini USB port
Connect to a USB port of a computer with a USB cable and use
AVerVision F70W as a USB camera or transfer the captured images
from the memory source to computer.
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L eft P ane l
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(fig. 1.4)
Name
Function
(1)
Reset
Set system to standby mode.
(2)
MIC port
(3)
Speaker port
(4)
RS-232 port Reset
Connect a 3.5mm plug microphone. The built-in mic will be disabled
when an external MIC is connected to this port.
Connect to an amplified speaker to playback recorded audio & video
clip.
The RS-232 jack is used to connect to computer serial port or to any
control panel or for centralized control if desire.
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Cont rol Panel
(15) (16) (17)
(18) (19)
(1)
(7)
(2)
(3)
(8)
(4)
(5)
(10)
(11)
(6)
(12)
(13)
(9)
(14)
(fig. 1.5)
Name
(1) POWER
Function
(2)
Switch between USB mode and WiFi mode.
(3)
CAMERA / PC
Turn the unit on/standby mode.
Switch the video signal between camera and computer from the
HDMI IN port.
(4)
Reduce the brightness of live view.
(5)
LAMP
Turn the overhead light on/off.
(6)
FREEZE/STOP
- Pause or resume image display in Camera mode.
- Stop audio & video playback in Playback mode.
(7)
▲,▼,◄, & ►
- Select options in OSD menu.
- Use ▲&▼ to increase and decrease the video playback volume.
- Use ◄&► to play the video backward and forward.
- Move the Spotlight frame and Visor screen cover.
(8)
MENU
Open and exit the OSD menu.
(9)
RECORDING
Start/Stop audio & video recording. Audio and video recording can be
saved on a SD card only. See External Memory Storage.
HU
(10)
- Adjust the focus automatically.
- Make a selection in Playback mode and OSD menu.
- Start/Pause video playback.
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UH
Name
(11) CAP/DEL
Function
- Capture picture in Camera mode. In continuous capture mode,
press this button again to stop.
- Delete the selected picture/video in Playback mode.
(12)
Increase the brightness of live view.
(13) PLAYBACK
View & playback captured still images and video files.
(14)
Decrease the image magnification in camera and picture playback
mode.
(15) Power LED
indicator
- Solid Red: Standby
- Flashing Red: Power on
- Solid Green: HDMI output
- Solid Orange: TV output
(16)
(WiFi)
- Flashing Orange: Search for Access Point
- Solid Blue: Connected to Access Point
- Flashing Blue: Camera can be accessed wirelessly now
Increase the image magnification in camera and picture playback
(17)
mode.
(18)
(Battery)
- Solid Green: Battery is over 40%.
- Solid Orange: Battery is between 20~40%.
- Solid Red: Battery is between 20 ~ 5%.
- Flashing Red: Battery is lower than 5%.
(19)
(Charging)
- Solid Red: Power plug is connected and battery is charging.
- Solid Green: Battery is fully charged.
- OFF: Power plug is not connected.
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.
Remote Cont rol
The remote control requires two (2) “AAA” size batteries (supplied), make sure batteries
are installed properly before use. You can access all the features of AVerVision F70W with
the remote.
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(12)
(13)
(14)
(15)
(16)
(5)
(6)
(7)
(17)
(18)
(19)
(8)
(9)
(20)
(10)
(21)
(11)
(22)
(23)
Name
Function
(1)
POWER
Turn the unit on.
(2)
CAMERA
(3)
RECORD
(4)
CAPTURE
(5)
VISOR
Camera mode displays the video signal
from the built-in camera.
Start/Stop audio & video recording.
Video recording can only be saved
either in a SD memory card.
Capture still image in Camera mode. In
continuous capture mode, press this
button again to stop.
Call the Visor submenu. Visor covers
part of the presentation screen and allow
presenter to reveal the material as
desire.
In the Visor submenu, the following
options are available.
(fig. 1.6)
ON/OFF – select to run/cancel the Visor.
Press
to move to the next
selection.
Shade – set the opacity level of the
covered area. The shaded area will
completely turns black when it is set to
to move to the
level 100. Press
next selection.
for the setting to take
OK – press
effect. If you select ON, upper part of
the presentation screen is slightly
exposed. Use the ▲,▼,◄, & ► buttons
to reveal more of the covered area; and
OFF will close the submenu.
To turn off Visor, press
(6)
ROTATE
(7)
MENU
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again.
Rotate the image by 180° in Camera
mode and Playback mode.
Open and exit the OSD menu.
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
Name
Function
(8)
- Pan and zoom-in image (above digital
zoom level) in both live and playback
mode.
- Select options in OSD menu.
- Use ▲&▼ to increase and decrease
the video playback volume.
- Use ◄&► to play the video
backward and forward.
▲,▼,◄, & ►
(12)
(13)
(14)
(15)
(16)
(5)
(6)
(7)
(17)
(18)
(19)
(8)
-
(9)
(20)
(10)
(21)
(11)
(22)
(23)
(fig. 1.6)
Move the Spotlight frame and Visor
screen cover.
(9)
AUTO FOCUS
Adjust the focus automatically.
(10) ZOOM +/-
Increase/decrease the image
magnification in camera and picture
playback mode.
(11) ZOOM RESET
Reset zoom level to 100%.
(12) PLAYBACK
View the captured picture/video from
the memory in 16-thumbnail images.
PC mode displays the video signal
from the HDMI input port of F70W.
(13) PC 1/2
(14) FREEZE /
STOP
- Freeze live images.
- Stop video playback.
(15) SPOTLIGHT
Call the Spotlight submenu. Spotlight
overlays a box frame on the
presentation screen. You can adjust the
box size and move it around.
In the Spotlight submenu, the following
options are available.
ON/OFF – select to run/cancel the
to move to the
Spotlight. Press
next selection.
Shade – set the opacity level of the area
outside the box. The shaded area will
completely turns black when it is set to
to move to the
level 100. Press
next selection.
Color – select the Spotlight frame color.
Press
to move to the next
selection.
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(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
Name
Function
(15) SPOTLIGHT
for the setting to take
OK – press
effect. If you select ON, the frame will
appear and blink, use the ▲,▼,◄, & ►
buttons to adjust the frame size and
to set the desired size; and
press
OFF will close the submenu.
(12)
(13)
(14)
(15)
(16)
(5)
(6)
(7)
(17)
(18)
(19)
(8)
(9)
(20)
(10)
(21)
(11)
(22)
(23)
To turn off Spotlight, press
(16) SPLIT
SCREEN
(17) MODE
(fig. 1.6)
again.
Divide the screen into two. One side
displays the live image from the built-in
camera and the other side displays 8thumbnail size picture/video from the
memory.
Select from 3 type of modes:
Text - adjust the contrast along the
edges making text appear more visible.
Graphics - adjust the gradient of
image.
Microscope - automatically adjust
optical zoom for microscopic viewing.
(18) TIMER
Call the Timer submenu. Select to
Start/Pause/Stop the timer countdown
and set the timer duration.
(19)
- Make a selection in Playback mode
and OSD menu.
- Play/Pause video playback.
Turn the overhead light on/off.
(20) LAMP
(21) BRIGHTNESS
+/-
Adjust the brightness.
(22) DEFAULT
Reset to factory default setting.
(23) DEL
Delete the selected picture/video in
Playback mode.
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Making the Connections
Before making the connection, make sure the power of all devices are turned off. If you are
not sure on where to connect, simply follow the illustrated connections below and also refer
to the user manual of the device you are connecting the AVerVision F70W with.
S e t t h e T V- R G B S w i t c h S e t t i n g
The TV-RGB switch determines the display output selection. Switch it to RGB (right) to
output signal using HDMI connection and TV (left) to output signal using RCA connection.
(see fig. 1.2 # 3)
Switch
AVerVision Port
Display Device Port
RGB
HDMI OUTPUT
To
HDMI INPUT
TV
VIDEO IN
TV OUTPUT
Connect to a Monitor or LCD/DLP Pr ojector with
HDMI Output interface
Locate the HDMI input port of the display device and connect it to HDMI out port of
AVerVision F70W.
Make sure the TV/RGB switch is set to RGB.
HDMI monitor
HDMI cable
LCD/DCP projector
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Connect to a TV
Locate the Video input port of the TV or Video equipment (i.e., VCR) to record your
presentation and connect it to RCA jack of RCA cable.
RCA cable
(optional)
Projector
INPUT
VIDEO
Television
VCR
C o n n e c t i n g t h e Pow e r
Connect the power adapter (12V 2AMP) to a standard 100V~240V AC power outlet. The
unit automatically goes into standby mode once the power is connected. Press
to turn
on.
Power adapter
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Wall outlet
Connect to a Computer via USB
Locate the USB port of the computer or laptop and connect it to the PC port of the
AVerVision F70W.
Desktop
USB cable
Laptop
Connect to a Computer with HDMI Input
interface
Locate the HDMI output port of the computer of laptop and connect it to HDMI in port of
AVerVision F70W.
- Make sure the TV/RGB switch is set to RGB.
- To display computer image, press Camera/PC button on the control panel or
remote control to switch AVerVision F70W to computer 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.
Desktop
HDMI cable
Laptop
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Connect an Exter nal Microphone
Plug a 3.5mm mono microphone to
port. The built-in microphone on the control panel
will be disabled when an external microphone is connected. The recorded audio will be in
monophonic sound.
Microphone
C o n n e c t a n A m p l i f i e d S p e a ke r
Plug a 3.5mm plug amplified speaker to
port. Only the audio from the video playback is
supported.
We recommend connecting an amplified speaker to the Audio output port.
Take caution when using earphones. Adjust the volume down on the
remote to prevent hearing damage due to loudness.
Amplified speaker
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Connect to a Microscope
Connect the AVerVision F70W to a microscope enables you to examine microscopic
objects on a big screen.
1.
Change the image display mode to
Microscope. Press MENU > select
IMAGE tab > select MODE > select
(microscope) and press
.
2.
Aim the camera head at the farthest
point and press AUTO FOCUS.
3.
Adjust the focus of the microscope.
4.
Select the appropriate rubber coupler
size for the microscope eyepiece and
insert it in the microscope adapter.
5.
Remove the microscope eyepiece from
the microscope and connect it to the
microscope adapter with the rubber
coupler inserted. Fasten the 3 bolts until
the adapter secures the eyepiece.
Microscope
adapter
Microscope
eyepiece
For the eyepiece, we suggest using
15.5mm eye relief or higher.
6.
Attach the microscope adapter to the
AVerVision camera head. Then connect
it to the AVerVision and microscope.
Microscope
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Make sure the arrow on the camera
head and microscope adapter are on
the same side to connect and twist
clockwise for the arrows to meet and
lock.
Connect F70W to WLAN
The F70W can connect to your WLAN network through the WiFi function.
1. Press Menu button.
2. Select “WiFi” setup page.
3. Select “Connect” and press
.
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4. In AP setting submenu, select SSID(AP)
that the F70W has found on your WLAN.
Press
and use▲ and▼ to select.
Press
to confirm the selection.
5. Enter the Password of selected AP. Use▼
move to the Password column and press
to call out on-screen keyboard to enter
the password.
[Note] Show Password is enabled by default.
User can see the password while
entering.
6. After entering password, select “Connect”
and press
to make a connection with
selected AP.
To disconnect the WiFi connection, select
.
“Disconnect” and press
To memorize the AP account, enable
“Remember Me” function. By default, this
function is enabled.
7. When AP information is displayed, the
connection is successful.
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To g g l i n g b e t w e e n W i F i m o d e a n d U S B t o P C
Mode
The F70W HDMI output is always on, however the camera can only be put into either USB
to computer mode (when the USB cable is connected to a computer) or WiFi mode.
When the WiFi button on the front panel of the camera is not toggled, the camera is always
in USB to PC mode whenever the cable is connected to the computer. However once the
WiFi button is toggled (assuming the WiFi setting is complete and correct), the camera
goes into WiFi mode and will disconnect the existing USB connection to the computer. In
WiFi mode you can still connect to the camera via Wireless Streaming through the AVer
PC/MAC software or Tablet computer.
C o n n e c t F 7 0 W w i t h a Ta b l e t D e v i c e
This function allows the user to stream, present, annotate, record and share live images
via a tablet device. The following instruction figures use an iPad as an example.
1. Please make sure the F70W and tablet are connected to the same AP on your WLAN
network.
2. Install “Sphere” application on the tablet.
3. Run Sphere application. In Sphere UI, user
will see the DocCams that Sphere has
found.
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4. Select the DocCam and select “Start” to
make a connection.
5. After connection is successful, users will
see the live image of the DocCam.
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S e t t i n g U p AV e r V i s i o n F 7 0 W
This section provides useful tips on how to adjust the AVerVision F70W to meet your needs.
Storing and Handling
The gooseneck design allows you to freely bend the arm and store the camera head in the
camera holder. Once you have properly secured the camera head to the camera holder,
you may use the arm to carry AVerVision F70W.
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Shooting Area
The shooting area can view an area of 330x250mm (4:3) size portrait paper.
4:3
m
0m
25
330m
m
If the camera head is in upright position, press ROTATE on the control panel or remote
control to rotate the image in 180°.
To mirror the image, press MENU > select Mirror, press
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, and select On.
O ve r h e a d L i g h t
Press LAMP button on the control panel or remote control to turn on and off light.
Infrared Sensor
Aim the remote control at the infrared sensor to operate the unit.
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M o u n ti ng t h e F 70 W o n a F l at S ur fa c e
Measure and mark the horizontal of 75 mm from the center line distance between the holes
on the flat surface as describe in the illustration below. Use 2 pieces of M4.0 screws for 6
mm holes and secure the F70W on the flat surface.
75mm
75mm
M4
Anti-glare 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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Exter nal Memor y Storage
AVerVision F70W supports an external SD memory cardfor more image capture and audio
& video recordings. AVerVision F70W can detect when there is an external storage media
and automatically switch to the last detected storage. If no external storage is connected,
all captured still images will be saved in the built-in memory.
[Note]
Generally you can use the F70W to do video recording for as long as you would like
depending on how much SD Card memory is being used (up to 32GB). Recording is done
in 1080p 30fps into an MP4 format.
A one hour recording could generate a file as large as 1.2 to 1.5 gigabyte (Gb) of disc
space. The system will automatically truncate the video file into multiple files once the size
reaches 2Gb of space. For instance, if your 3 hour video recording takes up to 3Gb of
space, you will have 2 video recorded files being generated, the first one 2Gb and the
second file 1Gb for a total of 3Gb.
Insert an SD Card
Insert the card with the contact facing down until it reaches the end. To remove the card,
push to eject and pull the card out. The supported SD card capacity is from 1GB to 32GB
(FAT32). We recommend using SDHC card with class-6 or above for high quality recording.
SD Card
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OSD MENU
There are 5 tabs on the OSD menu: IMAGE, PRESENTATION, SETTING, WIFI, and
SYSTEM. In Playback mode, you can access PLAYBACK OSD menu to enable the Slide
Show feature and modify Slide Show interval and transition setting if desire.
For TV output, the RESOLUTION will be disabled in SETTING menu list.
IMAGE
PRESENTATION
SETTING
WIFI
SYSTEM
PLAYBACK
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N avi g ate t h e Me n u a n d S u b m en u
1. Press MENU button on the remote or control
panel.
2. Press ► and ◄ to toggle between tabs
3. Press ▼ and ▲ to choose a selection in the
menu list.
to make a selection.
4. Press
5. Use ► and ◄ to adjust the setting or make a
selection.
6. Press
to enter submenu.
7. Press MENU to close the OSD menu.
Image
Menu Screen
Function
Brightness
Adjust brightness level manually between 1 and 64.
46B
Contrast
Adjust the contrast level manually between 1 and 32
under bright and dark environments.
47B
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Menu Screen
Function
Mode
Select from the various image display settings.
49B
Text - adjust the contrast along the edges making
text appear more visible.
Graphics - adjust the gradient of image.
Microscope - automatically adjust optical zoom for
microscopic viewing.
Effect
Convert the image into positive (true color), monochrome
(black and white) or negative.
51B
Mirror
Select to flip the image in Camera mode.
8B
Advanced
Select to set the Auto Image, Exposure, and White
Balance settings.
48B
48B
Auto Image
Select ON or OFF to automatically adjust the white
balance and exposure setting, and correct the color and
exposure compensation.
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Menu Screen
Function
Exposure
Select the exposure setting.
AUTO - automatically adjust the camera exposure and
the amount of light required.
MANUAL - manually adjust the exposure level. The
exposure can be adjusted up to 99.
53B
White Balance
Select the White Balance setting for various light
conditions or color temperature.
AUTO - automatically adjust the white balance.
54B
MANUAL - manually adjust the red and blue color level.
The color level can be adjusted up to 255.
Focus
Manually adjust the focus.
50B
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Pr esentation
Menu Screen
Function
Spotlight
Spotlight overlays a frame on the presentation screen.
You can move the Spotlight around the presentation
screen using the ▲,▼,◄, & ► buttons. Select Execute
to call the Spotlight submenu.
57B
In the Spotlight submenu, the following options are available.
ON/OFF – select to run/cancel the Spotlight. Press
to
move to the next selection.
Shade – set the opacity level of the area outside the box.
The shaded area will completely turns black when it is set
to level 100. Press
to move to the next selection.
Color – select the Spotlight frame color. Press
move to the next selection.
to
OK – press
for the setting to take effect. If you select
ON, the frame will appear and blink, use the ▲,▼,◄, &
to set
► buttons to adjust the frame size and press
the desired size; and OFF will close the submenu.
Visor
Visor covers the presentation
screen. The upper part of the
presentation screen is slightly
exposed. Use the ▲,▼,◄, & ►
buttons to reveal more of the
covered area. Select Execute to call
the Visor submenu.
60B
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Menu Screen
Function
In the Visor submenu, the following options are available.
ON/OFF – select to run/cancel the Visor. Press
to move to
the next selection.
Shade – set the opacity level of the covered area. The shaded
area will completely turns black when it is set to level 100. Press
to move to the next selection.
OK – press
for the setting to take effect. If you select ON,
upper part of the presentation screen is slightly exposed. Use the
▲,▼,◄, & ► buttons to reveal more of the covered area; and
OFF will close the submenu.
Split Screen
Divide the screen into two parts. Half of the screen
displays the 8-thumbnail images and the other half
display the image from the AVerVision F70W camera.
Select the display location of the 8- thumbnail playback
images. Select OFF to cancel Split Screen.
63B
Left
Right
Top
Below
PIP
Select the thumbnail playback screen location and show
the thumbnail playback screen at the corner of the
screen to recall the captured image from the memory in
Camera mode. Select OFF to cancel PIP.
62B
Lower Left
Upper Left
Upper Right
Lower Right
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Menu Screen
Function
Timer
Start/Pause/Stop the timer and set the timer duration.
The timer automatically counts up after the count down
reaches zero to show the elapsed time. Even when you
switch between Playback, PC or Camera modes, the
timer will continue.
64B
Setting
Menu Screen
Function
Capture
Select to set the capture resolution, quality, type and
interval settings.
48B
Resolution
Select the capture size. In 2M setting, the capture
resolution size is 1920 X 1080.
6B
Quality
Select the capture compression setting.
67B
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Menu Screen
Function
Type
Select the capture type.
Single - capture one picture only.
Continuous - capture successive pictures.
68B
Interval
Set the time interval for continuous capture. The length
can be set up to 600 sec (10 min).
69B
Storage
Change the storage location. Audio & video recording
can only be saved in SD memory card.
72B
Format
Format to delete all the data in the selected memory.
73B
USB to PC
Camera - can be used as a computer webcam or with
our bundled software to record video and capture still
image.
Storage - transfer the captured pictures/videos from the
memory to computer hard disk.
76B
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Menu Screen
Function
Flicker
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.
5B
W iFi
Menu Screen
Function
Connect
Select AP, enter Password of AP, and make a connection
with selected AP.
74B
Select AP
75B
Press
to expend AP list that F70W has detected on you
LAN network. Use ▲ and ▼ buttons to move to the AP that you
want to select. Press
to confirm.
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Menu Screen
Function
Enter Password
7B
Use ▼ button move to password column. Press
to call out
on-screen keyboard. Use ▲,▼,◄, ►&
to select the
password. Use the “Back” key to delete unwanted characters.
When is done, select Enter to complete.
If you want check password during enter password, mark Show
Password option.
Connect AP
78B
to start
Use ▼ button move to “Connect” and press
connection. When connection is successful, the AP information
is displayed.
.
To disconnect, select “Disconnect” and press
To remember this AP account, mark Remember Me.
To back to WiFi page, select “OK” and press
.
Machine Name
Give a name for the DocCam. Use ▼ button move to
“Machine Name” and press
to call out on-screen keyboard.
Then, Use ▲,▼,◄, ►&
to enter the name. This name will
be an identity in Sphere application for user to recognize.
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Menu Screen
Function
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System
Menu Screen
Function
Language
Change and select a different language.
74B
Output Display
Set the resolution to display the image on screen. This
selection will be disabled in TV output mode.
75B
Backup
Copy the image from the built-in memory to SD card.
7B
Save Setting
Save current setting in the selected profile number. Only
effect, mode, brightness and contrast settings can be
saved.
78B
Recall Setting
Restore the setting back to the selected profile number.
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Menu Screen
Function
Information
Display the product firmware version information.
80B
Default
Restore all the settings into original factory default.
52B
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P l a y b a ck
Menu Screen
Function
Slide Show
Display all captured still pictures in an automated slide
show. The video file will be skipped.
81B
Interval
Set the interval before displaying the next picture. The
length can be set up to 100 sec.
Slide Show Effect
Select the slide show transition effect.
83B
Slide image
Split Vertical Out
Checker down
Split Horizontal In
Blinds
Current Storage
Select the source of the images.
84B
Delete All
Permanently delete all the data in selected memory
source. A Warning Message will appear. Select YES to
continue and NO to stop formatting the storage.
85B
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Tr a n s f e r C a p t u r e d I m a g e s / V i d e o s t o a c o m p u t e r
This enables you to transfer the captured image from the built-in memory or SD to a
computer.
The instruction below MUST be read and followed BEFORE connecting
the USB cable.
1. MUST set the USB to PC as STORAGE before connecting the USB cable.
2. When “Mass Storage Start…” 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 can now transfer the captured image(s) from the F70W built-in memory to
U
the computer hard disk.
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U
Te c h n i c a l S p e c i f i c a t i o n s
Image
Sensor
1/2.7” CMOS
Pixel Count
2 megapixels
Frame Rate
30 fps (max.)
White Balance
Auto / Manual
Exposure
Auto / Manual
Image mode
Text / Graphics / Microscope
Effect
Color / B/W / Negative // Rotate / Freeze
HDMI Output
HD 1080p 60Hz; HD 720p 60Hz
Image Capture
240 Frames(XGA) ; 80 Frames(2M Pixel)
Optics
Focusing
Auto / Manual
Shooting Area
330mm x 250mm
Zooming
8X Digital zoom
Compatibility
Wireless Network
802.11a/b/g/n/ac (45 ft effective range)
Dual Band
5GHz/ 2.4GHz
Wireless Security
Supports WEP, AES, TKIP and AES+TKIP, 802.1x
Power
Power Source
DC 12V, 3A, 100-240V, 50-60Hz
Consumption
16.8 Watts (lamp off); 18 Watts (lamp on)
Lighting
Lamp Type
LED light
Input/Output
HDMI Output
HDMI
HDMI Input
HDMI
RS-232
1 female connector
TV Out
RCA only
USB
USB2.0
DC 12V Input
Power Jack
MIC
Phone Jack
Speaker
Phone Jack
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Dimension
Operating
380mm*200mm*525mm (+/-2mm include rubber foot)
Folded
305mm x 230mm x 73mm (+/-2mm include rubber foot)
Weight
2.65 kg (about 5.84lbs)
External Storage
Secure Digital
(SDHC)
1GB ~ 32GB (FAT32)
Using the RS-232 Interface
AVerVision F70W can be controlled using a computer or any centralized control panel
through RS-232 connection. The command code for RS-232 is provided for the system
integrator to be able to incorporate it with the system program.
Connect to the Computer RS-232
Locate the RS-232 port of the computer and connect it to RS-232 jack of RS-232 cable.
Desktop
RS232 cable
(not supplied)
Laptop
R S - 2 3 2 C a b l e S p e c i f i c at i o n s
Make sure the RS-232 cable matches the cable specification design.
PC COM Port
DSUB-9P (male)
5 4 3 2 1
9 8 7 6
CD 1
1
RXD 2
2 TXD
TXD 3
3 RXD
DTR 4
4
SG 5
5 SG
DSR 6
6
RTS 7
7
CTS 8
8
RI (CI) 9
9
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AVerVision RS-232 Port
DSUB-9P (Female)
5 4 3 2 1
9 8 7 6
R S - 2 3 2 Tr a n s m i s s i o n S p e c i f i c a t i o n s






Start bit
Data bit
Stop bit
Parity bit
X parameter
Baud rate (Communication speed)
:1 bit
:8 bit
:1 bit
:None
:None
:9600bps
R S - 2 3 2 C o m m u n i c a t i o n Fo r m a t
Send Device
Code(1 Byte)
Type Code
(1 Byte)
Data Length
Code(1 Byte)
Data[0] Code
(1 Byte)
Data[1] Code
(1 Byte)
Data[2] Code
(1 Byte)
Receive Device
Code
(1 Byte)
CheckSum Code
(1 Byte)
Format
Example
0x52
0x0B
0x0A
0x03
0x01
RS-232 Send Command Table
RS-232 Get Command Table
RS-232 Send Command Table
X
RS-232 Send Command Table
X
0x53
RS-232 Send Command Table
RS-232 Get Command Table
Send Device + Type + Length +
Data + Receive Data + CheckSum
Power On Command:
0x52 + 0x0B + 0x03 + 0x01 +
0x01 + 0x00 + 0x53 + 0x5B
Send Device + Type + Length +
Data + Receive Data + CheckSum
Get WB Red Value :
0x52 + 0x0A + 0x01+ 0x02+ 0x53
+ 0x5A
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R S - 2 3 2 S e n d C o m m a n d Ta b l e
Send Format︰0x52 + 0x0B + 0x03 + Data[0] + Data[1] + Data[2] + 0x53 + CheckSum*1
Success Receive Format︰0x53 + 0x00 + 0x02+ *2 + 0x00 + 0x52 + CheckSum*4
Abnormal Receive Format︰0x53 + 0x00 + 0x01+ *3 + 0x52 + CheckSum*5
*1 :CheckSum = 0x0B xor 0x03 xor Data[0] xor Data[1] xor Data[2] xor 0x53
*2 :Receive data ok : 0x0B, Not Command : 0x03
*3 :ID error: 0x01, CheckSum error: 0x02, Function fail = 0x04
*4 :CheckSum = 0x00 xor 0x02 xor *2 xor 0x00 xor 0x52
*5 :CheckSum = 0x00 xor 0x01 xor *3 xor 0x52
*6 :Standby Mode Receive Data = 0x51 + 0xFF + 0x01 + 0x0B + 0x51 + 0xA4
Power On Mode Recevice Data = No Data Return
*7 :Standby Mode Recevice Data = 0x51 + 0x00 + 0x01 + 0x0B + 0x51 + 0x5B
Power On Mode Receive Data = 0x53 + 0x00 + 0x02 + 0x0B + 0x00 + 0x52 + 0x5B
Function
Data[0]
Data[1]
Data[2]
CheckSum
POWER OFF*6 0x01 0x00 0x00 0x5a POWER ON *7 0x01 0x01 0x00 0x5b CAMERA MODE 0x02 0x00 0x00 0x59 PLAYBACK MODE 0x03 0x00 0x00 0x58 PC‐1 PASS THROUGH 0x04 0x00 0x00 0x5f IMAGE CAPTURE TYPE: SINGLE 0x05 0x00 0x00 0x5e IMAGE CAPTURE TYPE: CONTINUOUS 0x05 0x01 0x00 0x5f CONT. CAPTURE INTERVAL + 0x06 0x00 0x00 0x5d CONT. CAPTURE INTERVAL ‐ 0x06 0x01 0x00 0x5c TIMER START 0x08 0x00 0x00 0x53 TIMER PAUSE 0x08 0x01 0x00 0x52 TIMER STOP 0x08 0x02 0x51 TIMER SET TIME 0x08 0x03 0x00 Value[ 1 ~ 120 ] PREVIEW MODE: TEXT 0x0A 0x00 0x00 0x51 PREVIEW MODE: GRAPHIC 0x0A 0x01 0x00 0x50 PREVIEW MODE: MICROSCOPE 0x0A 0x03 0x00 0x52 PREVIEW MODE CAPTURE 0x0B 0x00 0x00 0x50 42
*1 Function
Data[0]
Data[1]
Data[2]
CheckSum
PLAYBACK DELETE 0x0C 0x00 0x00 0x57 PLAYBACK FULL SCREEN 0x0D 0x00 0x00 0x56 MIRROR OFF 0x0E 0x00 0x00 0x55 MIRROR ON 0x0E 0x01 0x00 0x54 ROTATE 0 0x0F 0x00 0x00 0x54 ROTATE 180 0x0F 0x02 0x00 0x56 EFFECT: COLOR 0x10 0x00 0x00 0x4b EFFECT: B/W 0x10 0x01 0x00 0x4a EFFECT: NEGATIVE 0x10 0x02 0x00 0x49 CONTRAST INCREASE 0x11 0x00 0x00 0x4a CONTRAST DECREASE 0x11 0x01 0x00 0x4b CONTRAST VALUE 0x11 0x02 Value[ 1 ~ 32 ] *1 BRIGHTNESS INCREASE 0x12 0x00 0x00 0x49 BRIGHTNESS DECREASE 0x12 0x01 0x00 0x48 BRIGHTNESS VALUE 0x12 0x02 Value[ 1 ~ 64 ] *1 EXPOSURE: AUTO 0x13 0x00 0x00 0x48 EXPOSURE: MANUAL 0x13 0x01 0x00 0x49 EXPOSURE MANUAL INCREASE 0x14 0x00 0x00 0x4f EXPOSURE MANUAL DECREASE 0x14 0x01 0x00 0x4e WHITE BALANCE: AUTO 0x15 0x00 0x00 0x4e WHITE BALANCE: MANUAL 0x15 0x01 0x00 0x4f WHITE BALANCE BLUE INCREASE 0x16 0x00 0x00 0x4d WHITE BALANCE BLUE DECREASE 0x16 0x01 0x00 0x4c WHITE BALANCE RED INCREASE 0x17 0x00 0x00 0x4c WHITE BALANCE RED DECREASE 0x17 0x01 0x00 0x4d FLICKER: 50Hz 0x18 0x00 0x00 0x43 FLICKER: 60Hz 0x18 0x01 0x00 0x42 SPOTLIGHT: OFF 0x19 0x00 0x00 0x42 SPOTLIGHT: ON 0x19 0x01 0x00 0x43 43
Function
Data[0]
Data[1]
Data[2]
CheckSum
SPOTLIGHT SHADE: 0% dark 0x1A 0x00 0x00 0x41 SPOTLIGHT SHADE: 50% dark 0x1A 0x01 0x00 0x40 SPOTLIGHT SHADE: 100% dark 0x1A 0x02 0x00 0x43 SPOTLIGHT COLOR: RED 0x1B 0x00 0x00 0x40 SPOTLIGHT COLOR: GREEN 0x1B 0x01 0x00 0x41 SPOTLIGHT COLOR: BLUE 0x1B 0x02 0x00 0x42 SPOTLIGHT RESIZE 0x1C 0x00 0x00 0x47 VISOR: OFF 0x1D 0x00 0x00 0x46 VISOR: ON 0x1D 0x01 0x00 0x47 VISOR SHADE: 50% dark 0x1E 0x00 0x00 0x45 VISOR SHADE: 100% dark 0x1E 0x01 0x00 0x44 PIP: OFF 0x1F 0x00 0x00 0x44 PIP: ON 0x1F 0x01 0x00 0x45 PIP POSITION: BOTTOM LEFT 0x20 0x00 0x00 0x7b PIP POSITION: TOP LEFT 0x20 0x01 0x00 0x7a PIP POSITION: TOP RIGHT 0x20 0x02 0x00 0x79 PIP POSITION: BOTTOM RIGHT 0x20 0x03 0x00 0x78 SPLITSCREEN: OFF 0x21 0x00 0x00 0x7a SPLITSCREEN: ON 0x21 0x01 0x00 0x7b SPLITSCREEN DIR: UPPER SCREEN 0x22 0x00 0x00 0x79 SPLITSCREEN DIR: LOWER SCREEN 0x22 0x01 0x00 0x78 SPLITSCREEN DIR: LEFT SCREEN 0x22 0x02 0x00 0x7b SPLITSCREEN DIR: RIGHT SCREEN 0x22 0x03 0x00 0x7a RECORD: OFF 0x23 0x00 0x00 0x78 RECORD: ON 0x23 0x01 0x00 0x79 MOVIE FAST REWIND 0x25 0x00 0x00 0x7e MOVIE FAST FORWARD 0x25 0x01 0x00 0x7f MOVIE VOL INC 0x26 0x00 0x00 0x7d MOVIE VOL DEC 0x26 0x01 0x00 0x7c STORAGE: EMBEDDED 0x28 0x00 0x00 0x73 44
Function
Data[0]
Data[1]
Data[2]
CheckSum
STORAGE: SD CARD 0x28 0x01 0x00 0x72 FORMAT: EMBEDDED 0x29 0x00 0x00 0x72 FORMAT: SD CARD 0x29 0x01 0x00 0x73 OUTPUT RESOLUTION: 1024x768 0x2F 0x01 0x00 0x75 OUTPUT RESOLUTION: 1280x720 0x2F 0x02 0x00 0x76 OUTPUT RESOLUTION: 1920x1080 0x2F 0x03 0x00 0x77 OUTPUT RESOLUTION: 1280x1024 0x2F 0x04 0x00 0x70 OUTPUT RESOLUTION: 1600x1200 0x2F 0x05 0x00 0x71 OUTPUT RESOLUTION: 1280x800 0x2F 0x06 0x00 0x72 USB CONNECT: USB CAMERA 0x30 0x00 0x00 0x6b USB CONNECT: MASS STORAGE 0x30 0x01 0x00 0x6a BACKUP TO SD CARD 0x31 0x00 0x00 0x6a PROFILE SAVE: PROFILE 1 0x32 0x00 0x00 0x69 PROFILE SAVE: PROFILE 2 0x32 0x01 0x00 0x68 PROFILE SAVE: PROFILE 3 0x32 0x02 0x00 0x6b PROFILE RECALL: PROFILE 1 0x33 0x00 0x00 0x68 PROFILE RECALL: PROFILE 2 0x33 0x01 0x00 0x69 PROFILE RECALL: PROFILE 3 0x33 0x02 0x00 0x6a SLIDESHOW: OFF 0x34 0x00 0x00 0x6f SLIDESHOW: ON 0x34 0x01 0x00 0x6e SLIDESHOW EFFECT: EFFECT 0 0x35 0x00 0x00 0x6e SLIDESHOW EFFECT: EFFECT 1 0x35 0x01 0x00 0x6f SLIDESHOW EFFECT: EFFECT 2 0x35 0x02 0x00 0x6c SLIDESHOW EFFECT: EFFECT 3 0x35 0x03 0x00 0x6d SLIDESHOW EFFECT: EFFECT 4 0x35 0x04 0x00 0x6a AUTO IMAGE:OFF 0x36 0x00 0x00 0x6d AUTO IMAGE:ON 0x36 0x01 0x00 0x6c CAPTURE QUALITY: NORMAL 0x37 0x00 0x00 0x6c CAPTURE QUALITY: HIGH 0x37 0x01 0x00 0x6d CAPTURE QUALITY: FINEST 0x37 0x02 0x00 0x6e 45
Function
Data[0]
Data[1]
Data[2]
CheckSum
AUTO FOCUS 0x40 0x00 0x00 0x1b MENU 0x41 0x00 0x00 0x1a ARROW ‐ DOWN 0x42 0x00 0x00 0x19 ARROW ‐ UP 0x42 0x01 0x00 0x18 ARROW ‐ LEFT 0x42 0x02 0x00 0x1b ARROW ‐ RIGHT 0x42 0x03 0x00 0x1a ENTER 0x43 0x00 0x00 0x18 FREEZE 0x44 0x00 0x00 0x1f DEFAULT 0x45 0x00 0x00 0x1e ZOOM ‐ 0x46 0x00 0x00 0x1d ZOOM + 0x46 0x01 0x00 0x1c ZOOM RESET 0x47 0x00 0x00 0x1c NEAR 0x48 0x00 0x00 0x13 FAR 0x48 0x01 0x00 0x12 LAMP OFF 0x49 0x00 0x00 0x12 LAMP ON 0x49 0x01 0x00 0x13 46
R S - 2 3 2 G e t C o m m a n d Ta b l e
Send Format︰0x52 + 0x0A + 0x01 + Data[0] + 0x53 + CheckSum
Receive Format︰0x53 + 0x0C + 0x01 + ReData[0] + 0x52 + ReCheckSum*1
*1 :ReCheckSum = 0x0C xor 0x01 xor ReData[0] xor 0x52
*2 :Power Status Receive Data = 0x51 + 0xFF + 0x01 + 0x0A + 0x51 + 0xA5
Function
Data[0]
CheckSum
Red Value 0x02 0x5A Value[ 0 ~ 255 ] Blue Value 0x03 0x5B Value[ 0 ~ 255 ] Power Status 0x04 0x5C OFF [*2] 1: ON Lamp Status 0x05 0x5D 0 : OFF 1: ON Display Status 0x06 0x5E 0: CAMERA MODE 1: PLAYBACK MODE 2: PC‐1 PASS THROUGH Video Output Status 0x07 0x5F 0: HDMI 1: TV Freeze Status 0x08 0x50 0 : OFF 1: ON Brightness Value 0x0A 0x52 Value[ 1 ~ 64 ] Contrast Value 0x0B 0x53 Value[ 1 ~ 32 ] 47
ReData[0]
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
AVerVision F70W.
General
I have set up the AVerVision F70W and checked all the connections as specified in
the manual but I cannot get a picture on the preferred presentation screen.
1. Once the power is connected the unit is set to standby mode. Press the POWER button
to turn on.
2. 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. Press
MENU then go to SYSTEM > Default and select YES in the OSD menu.
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, press the Auto Focus button on
the control panel or remote control.
There is no computer signal on presentation screen.
1. Check all the cable connections among the display device, AVerVision F70W and your
PC.
2. Connect your PC to the AVerVision F70W 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.
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Advance
The F70W Wi-Fi connection shows “None” on the OSD menu.
Press “Menu”, go to the Wi-Fi setting page to connect and select “Rescan” to have the
system re-scan the airwaves again. There’s still no SSID detected on the F70W after re-scanning.
Please check the WiFi Dongle and make sure it is properly inserted into the F70W. Make
sure when the system is started, the dongle emits a blue light. Otherwise please check the
WiFi Router to make sure it is running. You may have to check with your local system
administrator to determine the nature of the problem and call AVer tech support.
The F70W is connected to my PC via the USB cable but I still can't see the live image
on Sphere2
Please check the F70W onboard keypad and make sure the WiFi LED"
" is turned off, if
it is showing a constant blue color please press “
” to turn it OFF. Then re-open
Sphere2 and select the camera from the “Visualizer” icon as indicated in the picture below.
The F70W is streaming to my iPad and PC but I am experiencing live video that is
not smooth (eg. missing frames).
There are a lot of possible variables affecting the WiFi performance.
 Please check and use the 5G bandwidth on your WiFi router if supported. The
F70W supports 2.4GHz or 5Ghz and up to the 802.11ac standard.
 If you use the Sphere2 software, go to the “Sphere2” Options -> WirelessCam bitrate setting and toggle the setting down to perhaps 1.24Mbps (using less bandwidth).
You have similar options available on the iPad or Android tablet AVer app.
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Power and Network LED light is steady and I am able to see the IP address on the
screen as assigned by my Wi-Fi router but my F70W is not detected by the software.
1. Make sure your computer/tablet is connected to the same Wi-Fi networks (same SSID)
as the F70W. If it not, you may need to use the IP search method to connect to the
F70W via the IP address (See #2 below).
2. If it is not convenient to open the access ports. You can still connect to the F70W via
the IP address of the F70W. Screen below shows where you would punch in the IP of
the F70W.
3. Security software (firewall, anti-virus) installed on your computer may be blocking
communication between the F70W and computer/tablet. Your Wi-Fi router also may
be blocking some TCP/UDP ports. When these ports are blocked, F70W cannot
access the Wi-Fi. Please check with your local MIS to unblock. Below is a list of ports
to look out for.
TCP/UDP
Port
UDP
1900
TCP
9527
TCP
9528
TCP
8557
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I've done everything listed and my F70W still does not connect.
Solution: Test your Wi-Fi with our Wi-Fi tool to check compatibility. Please follow these
steps:
1. Connect two wireless devices (PC, iPad, or Android) to the same Wi-Fi network.
2. Install WiFi Test Tool by AVer Information Inc. on both devices:
a. For PC: Download the WiFi Test Tool here
b. For iPad: Download the WiFi Test Tool by AVer Information Inc. in the App Store
(search AVer)
c. For Android: Download the WiFi Test Tool by AVer Information Inc. in the Google
Play Store (search AVer)
3. Run the WiFi Test Tool on both devices and enter the Remote Device IP of the other
device (this is the devices IPv4 address)
4. Press Start on both devices to begin the test
5. If the test passes, your Wi-Fi is compatible with the F70W and should have no
problems connecting. If the test fails, you may have to change some settings in your
router for the F70W to connect.
6. Please call our tech support and let us know the error log that is generated from the
WiFi Test Tool in order for us to help you troubleshoot the problem.
Please refer to this demonstration of the WiFi Test Tool if you need help running the test.
http://youtu.be/v7WjHAFgWFc
I can see my F70W in the list but I cannot see the live view when I select the
F70W.
There may be some signal strength issues with the Wi-Fi connection. Please go through
the following steps:
1. If your WiFi supports 5GHz radio, please connect to the 5GHz instead of the more
crowded 2.4GHz.
2. There may be other devices using your Wi-Fi network at the same time. Bandwidth
usage, packet loss and other connection elements may cause the poor video quality.
3. If you are connected via the Sphere2 PC/MAC software, reduce the bandwidth usage
by toggling the bandwidth setting. (eg. Sphere2 -> Options -> WirelessCam ->
WirelessCam bitrate Settings)
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Li m i ted War r anty
For a period of time beginning on the date of purchase of the applicable product and extending as set
forth in the “Warranty Period of AVer Product Purchased” section of the warranty card, AVer
Information, Inc. (“AVer”) warrants that the applicable product (“Product”) substantially conforms to
AVer’s documentation for the product and that its manufacture and components are free of defects in
material and workmanship under normal use. “You” as used in this agreement means you individually
or the business entity on whose behalf you use or install the product, as applicable. This limited
warranty extends only to You as the original purchaser. Except for the foregoing, the Product is
provided “AS IS.” In no event does AVer warrant that You will be able to operate the Product without
problems or interruptions, or that the Product is suitable for your purposes. Your exclusive remedy
and the entire liability of AVer under this paragraph shall be, at AVer’s option, the repair or replacement
of the Product with the same or a comparable product. This warranty does not apply to (a) any Product
on which the serial number has been defaced, modified, or removed, or (b) cartons, cases, batteries,
cabinets, tapes, or accessories used with this product. This warranty does not apply to any Product
that has suffered damage, deterioration or malfunction due to (a) accident, abuse, misuse, neglect, fire,
water, lightning, or other acts of nature, commercial or industrial use, unauthorized product
modification or failure to follow instructions included with the Product, (b) misapplication of service by
someone other than the manufacturer’s representative, (c) any shipment damages (such claims must
be made with the carrier), or (d) any other causes that do not relate to a Product defect. The Warranty
Period of any repaired or replaced Product shall be the longer of (a) the original Warranty Period or (b)
thirty (30) days from the date of delivery of the repaired or replaced product.
Limitations of Warranty
AVer makes no warranties to any third party. You are responsible for all claims, damages, settlements,
expenses, and attorneys’ fees with respect to claims made against You as a result of Your use or
misuse of the Product. This warranty applies only if the Product is installed, operated, maintained, and
used in accordance with AVer specifications. Specifically, the warranties do not extend to any failure
caused by (i) accident, unusual physical, electrical, or electromagnetic stress, neglect or misuse, (ii)
fluctuations in electrical power beyond AVer specifications, (iii) use of the Product with any accessories
or options not furnished by AVer or its authorized agents, or (iv) installation, alteration, or repair of the
Product by anyone other than AVer or its authorized agents.
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EXCEPT AS EXPRESSLY PROVIDED OTHERWISE HEREIN AND TO THE MAXIMUM EXTENT
PERMITTED BY APPLICABLE LAW, AVER DISCLAIMS ALL OTHER WARRANTIES WITH RESPECT
TO THE PRODUCT, WHETHER EXPRESS, IMPLIED, STATUTORY OR OTHERWISE, INCLUDING
WITHOUT LIMITATION, SATISFACTORY QUALITY, COURSE OF DEALING, TRADE USAGE OR
PRACTICE OR THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR A
PARTICULAR PURPOSE OR NONINFRINGEMENT OF THIRD PARTY RIGHTS.
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IN NO EVENT SHALL AVER BE LIABLE FOR INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY,
PUNITIVE, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES OF ANY NATURE INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED
TO, LOSS OF PROFITS, DATA, REVENUE, PRODUCTION, OR USE, BUSINESS INTERRUPTION,
OR PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR SERVICES ARISING OUT OF OR IN
CONNECTION WITH THIS LIMITED WARRANTY, OR THE USE OR PERFORMANCE OF ANY
PRODUCT, WHETHER BASED ON CONTRACT OR TORT, INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE, OR ANY
OTHER LEGAL THEORY, EVEN IF AVER HAS ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH
DAMAGES.
AVER’S TOTAL, AGGREGATE LIABILITY FOR DAMAGES OF ANY NATURE,
REGARDLESS OF FORM OF ACTION, SHALL IN NO EVENT EXCEED THE AMOUNT PAID BY
YOU TO AVER FOR THE SPECIFIC PRODUCT UPON WHICH LIABILITY IS BASED.
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Governing Law and Your Rights
This warranty gives you specific legal rights; You may also have other rights granted under state law.
These rights vary from state to state.
For warranty period, please refer to the warranty card.
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