AVerVision M50 User Manual
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NOTE- This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital
device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable
protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates
uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the
instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. 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:
ƒ Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
ƒ Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
ƒ Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected.
ƒ 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 2004/108/EEC.
Warning - This is a Class A product. In a domestic environment this product may cause radio
interference in which case the user may be required to take adequate measures to correct this interference.
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notice.
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MUST NOT BE DISPOSED OF WITH YOUR OTHER HOUSEHOLD WASTE.
INSTEAD, YOU NEED TO DISPOSE OF THE WASTE EQUIPMENT BY HANDING IT
OVER TO A DESIGNATED COLLECTION POINT FOR THE RECYCLING OF WASTE
ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT. FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT
WHERE TO DROP OFF YOUR WASTE EQUIPMENT FOR RECYCLING, PLEASE
CONTACT YOUR HOUSEHOLD WASTE DISPOSAL SERVICE OR THE SHOP
WHERE YOU PURCHASED THE PRODUCT.
Remote Control B a t t e r y S a f e t y I n f o r m a t i o n
-
Store batteries in any cool & dry place.
Do not dispose used batteries in domestic waste. Dispose batteries at special collection points
or return to stores if applies.
Remove the batteries if they are not in use for long period of time. Battery leakage and
corrosion can damage the remote control, dispose batteries 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.
Class 2 Laser Product
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Table of Contents
Package Contents ........................................................................... 1 Optional Accessories ..................................................................... 1 Get Familiar with the AVerVision M50 ........................................... 2 Right Panel ............................................................................................. 2 Rear Panel ............................................................................................. 3 Left Panel ............................................................................................... 3 Control Panel.......................................................................................... 4 Remote Control ...................................................................................... 5 Making the Connections ................................................................ 7 Set the TV-RGB Switch Setting .............................................................. 7 Connect to a Monitor or LCD/DLP Projector........................................... 7 Connect to a Monitor or LCD/DLP Projector with DVI-I interface ........... 8 Connect to a TV ..................................................................................... 8 Connecting the Power ............................................................................ 9 Connect to a Computer .......................................................................... 9 Connect to a Computer via USB .......................................................... 10 Connect an External Microphone ......................................................... 10 Connect an Amplified Speaker .............................................................. 11 Connect to a Microscope ....................................................................... 11 Setting Up AVerVision M50 .......................................................... 12 Camera Head ....................................................................................... 12 Mechanical Arm .................................................................................... 12 LED Light Switch .................................................................................. 13 Infrared Sensor..................................................................................... 13 Anti-glare Sheet.................................................................................... 13 External Memory Storage ..................................................................... 14 Insert an SD Card ........................................................................... 14 Insert a USB Flash Drive ................................................................ 14 OSD MENU ..................................................................................... 15 Select Menu and Settings..................................................................... 16 Basic .................................................................................................... 16 Brightness ....................................................................................... 16 Contrast .......................................................................................... 16 Auto Image ..................................................................................... 16 MODE ............................................................................................. 17 Focus .............................................................................................. 17 Effect............................................................................................... 17 Default ............................................................................................ 17 Advanced ............................................................................................. 18 Exposure ........................................................................................ 18 White Balance................................................................................. 18 Flicker ............................................................................................. 18 Night View....................................................................................... 19 ENGLISH
Presentation ......................................................................................... 19 Spotlight On/Off .............................................................................. 19 Spotlight Shade............................................................................... 19 Spotlight Resize .............................................................................. 20 Visor................................................................................................ 20 Visor Shade .................................................................................... 20 PIP .................................................................................................. 20 Split Screen .................................................................................... 21 Timer............................................................................................... 21 Timer Set ........................................................................................ 21 Setting .................................................................................................. 21 Capture Resolution ......................................................................... 21 Capture Quality ............................................................................... 22 Capture Type .................................................................................. 22 Capture Interval .............................................................................. 22 Recording Format ........................................................................... 22 Recording Quality ........................................................................... 22 Current Storage .............................................................................. 23 Format Storage ............................................................................... 23 System ................................................................................................. 23 Language ........................................................................................ 23 Output Resolution ........................................................................... 23 USB State ....................................................................................... 24 Backup ............................................................................................ 24 Profile Save .................................................................................... 24 Profile Recall................................................................................... 24 Information ...................................................................................... 25 Playback ............................................................................................... 25 Slide Show ...................................................................................... 25 Slide Show Interval ......................................................................... 25 Slide Show Effect ............................................................................ 25 Current Storage .............................................................................. 26 Delete All ........................................................................................ 26 Transfer Captured Images/Videos to a computer .............................. 26 Technical Specifications .............................................................. 27 Image .............................................................................................. 27 Optics ............................................................................................. 27 Power ............................................................................................. 27 Lighting ........................................................................................... 27 Input/Output .................................................................................... 27 Dimension ....................................................................................... 28 External Storage ............................................................................. 28 RS-232 Diagram Connection........................................................ 28 RS-232 Cable Specifications........................................................ 28 RS-232 Transmission Specifications .......................................... 29 RS-232 Communication Format .................................................. 29 RS-232 Command Table ............................................................... 29 ENGLISH
RS-232 Function Table.................................................................. 30 Troubleshooting ............................................................................ 36 Limited Warranty ........................................................................... 37 ENGLISH
Packa ge Contents
Make sure the following items are included in the package.
USB Cable
RS-232/CVBS Cable
RGB Cable
Power Adapter
RCA Cable
Power Cord
AVerVision M50
Software & Manual CD
Carrying Bag
Remote Control
(batteries included)
* The power cord will vary
depending on the standard
power outlet of the country
where it is sold.
Anti-glare Sheet
Optional Accessories
34mm Microscope Adapter
28mm Microscope Adapter
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Light Box
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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 M 5 0
(6)
(1)
(7)
(2)
(8)
(3)
(9)
(4)
(10)
(5)
(fig. 1.1)
Name
(1) Camera head
(2) LED light switch
(3) Camera lens
(4) Control panel
(5) Built-in MIC
(6)
(7)
Arm
Left panel
(8) IR sensor
(9) Rear panel
(10) Right panel
Function
Contain the camera sensor.
Turn on & off among 3 different light settings.
Focus the image in the camera.
Easy access to various functions.
Record audio when recording video clip. The recorded sound will be
in monophonic.
Extendable for viewing coverage.
Connections for microphone, speaker, and computer, SD card, and
TV-RGB display output switch.
Receive remote control commands.
Connections for power and external display device.
On off switch for USB flash drive port.
R ig ht Pa ne l
(2)
(1)
(3)
(fig. 1.2)
Name
(1) USB Flash Drive switch
Function
Switch to right (►) for audio video recording directly to a
USB flash drive and left (◄) when connecting AVerVision
M50 to a computer using a USB cable.
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Name
(2) USB Flash Drive port
(3) Power button
Function
Insert a USB flash drive for audio video recording.
Turn the unit on/standby mode.
Rear Pa nel
(3)
(2) (fig. 1.3)
(1)
Name
(1) DC12V port
(2) DVI-I OUTPUT port
(3)
RGB OUTPUT port
Function
Connect the power adapter into this port.
Connect the AVerVision M50 to any display device with DVI
cable.
If the display device does not support DVI-I, you can only
view in Camera and Playback mode.
Connect the AVerVision M50 to any display device with RGB
cable
L eft P ane l
(5)
(6)
(4)
(3)
(2)
(7)
(1)
Name
(1) Mini USB port
(2)
RGB INPUT port
(3)
MIC port
(4)
Speaker port
(5)
RS-232/CVBS port
(fig. 1.4)
Function
Connect to a USB port of a computer with a USB cable and use
AVerVision M50 as a USB Camera or transfer the captured
images/videos either from the memory source to computer.
Input the signal from a computer or other sources and pass it
through to the RGB OUTPUT port only. Connect this port to the
RGB/VGA output port of a computer.
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.
Connect the supplied RS-232/CVBS cable into this port. The RCA
jack outputs the video signal from the camera to a TV or video
equipment. 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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Name
(6) TV-RGB switch
(7)
SD card slot
Function
TV switch to output display video from RS232/CVBS (via RCA
connection), and RGB to RGB and DVI-I OUTPUT ports.
Insert the SD card with the label facing up.
Cont rol Panel
(1)
(6)
(2)
(3)
(7)
(8)
(4)
(9)
(10 )
(5)
(11)
(12 ) (fig. 1.5)
Name
(1) MENU
(2) RECORDING
(3)
CAP/DEL
(4)
PLAYBACK
(5)
FREEZE / STOP
(6)
CAMERA / PC
(7)
▲,▼,◄, & ►
(8)
ZOOM IN
(9)
ZOOM OUT
(10) ENTER
(11) AUTO FOCUS
(12) Built-in MIC
Function
Open and exit the OSD menu.
Start/Stop audio & video recording. Audio and video recording can be
saved on a SD card or an USB Flash drive only. See External
Memory Storage.
- Capture picture in Camera mode. In continuous capture mode,
press this button again to stop.
- Delete the selected picture/video in Playback mode.
View & playback captured still images and audio video files.
- Pause or resume image display in Camera mode.
- Stop audio & video playback in Playback mode.
Switch between Camera and Computer.
- Pan any zoom-in image (above 10x 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.
- Move the Spotlight frame and Visor screen cover.
Increase the image magnification in camera and picture playback
mode.
Decrease the image magnification in camera and picture playback
mode.
- Make a selection in Playback mode and OSD menu.
- Start/Pause video playback.
Adjust the focus automatically.
Record audio automatically when recording video clip
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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 M50 with
the remote.
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)
(7)
(8)
(9)
(10)
(11)
(12)
(13)
(1)
(26 )
(25 )
(24 )
(23 )
(22 )
(21 )
(20 )
(19 )
(18 )
(14)
(17 )
(15)
(16)
(fig. 1.6)
Name
Function
(1)
(2)
POWER
CAMERA / PC
(3)
PLAYBACK
(4)
SPOTLIGHT
(5)
VISOR
(6)
SPLIT SCREEN
(7)
PIP
(8)
SLIDE SHOW
(9)
EFFECT
Turn the unit on/standby.
Switch between Camera and
computer mode.
- Camera mode displays the video
signal from the built-in camera.
- PC mode displays the video signal
from the RGB INPUT port of
AVerVision M50.
View the captured picture/video from
the memory in 16-thumbnail images.
Overlay a box frame on the
presentation screen, you can move it
around and adjust the box size
Cover part of the presentation screen
and allow presenter to reveal the
material as desire.
Divide the screen into two. One side
displays the live image from the builtin camera and the other side displays
8-thumbnail size picture/video from
the memory.
Show a thumbnail size captured
picture/video from the memory at the
corner of the screen in Camera
mode.
Start/Stop automatically showing the
captured picture/video one-by-one.
Convert and display the image in
BW, Negative or Color in Camera
and Playback mode only.
Capture still image in Camera mode.
In continuous capture mode, press
this button again to stop.
Start/Stop audio & video recording.
Video recording can only be saved
either in a SD memory card or a USB
flash drive.
Delete the selected picture/video in
Playback mode.
Automatically adjust and set the
white balance and exposure setting.
Adjust the brightness.
(10) CAPTURE
(11) RECORDING
(12) DEL
(13) AUTO IMAGE
(14) BRIGHTNESS
+/-
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(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)
(7)
(8)
(9)
(10)
(11)
(12)
(13)
(1)
(26 )
(25 )
(24 )
(23 )
(22 )
(21 )
(20 )
(19 )
(18 )
(14)
(17 )
(15)
(16)
(fig. 1.6)
Name
Function
(15)
(16)
(17)
(18)
Reset at factory default setting.
Adjust the focus manually.
Reset zoom level to 100%.
Increase/decrease the image
magnification in camera and picture
playback mode.
- Make a selection in Playback mode
and OSD menu.
- Start/Pause video playback.
- Pan the image when image is
above 10X zoom in live mode or in
playback captured image mode.
- Move the selection in Playback
mode and in OSD menu.
- Use ▲&▼ to increase and
decrease the video playback
volume.
- Use ◄ &► to play the video
backward and forward.
- Move the Spotlight frame and Visor
screen cover.
DEFAULT
NEAR / FAR
ZOOM RESET
ZOOM +/-
(19) ENTER
(20) ▲,▼,◄, & ►
(21) MENU
(22) AUTO FOCUS
(23) FREEZE / STOP
(24) ROTATE
(25) MIRROR
(26) TIMER
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Open and exit the OSD menu.
Adjust the focus automatically.
- Freeze live images.
- Stop video playback.
Rotate the image by 90° in Camera
mode and Playback mode.
Flip the image in Camera mode.
Start/Pause timer countdown.
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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 M50 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 RGB/DVI-I connection and TV (left) to output signal using RCA
connection. (see fig. 1.4 # 6)
Switch
AVerVision Port
Display Device Port
RGB OUTPUT
RGB INPUT
RGB
To
DVI-I OUTPUT
DVI-I INPUT
TV
RS232/CVBS
VIDEO IN
(use RS-232/CVBS cable)
Connect to a Monitor or LCD/DLP Pr ojector
Locate the RGB (VGA) input port of the graphics display device and connect it to RGB
OUTPUT port of AVerVision M50.
Make sure the TV/RGB switch is set to RGB.
RGB cable
LCD/DLP projector
CRT monitor
LCD monitor
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Connect to a Monitor or LCD/DLP Pr ojector with
DV I - I i n t e r f a c e
Locate the DVI-I input port of the display device and connect it to DVI-I OUTPUT port of
AVerVision M50.
Make sure the TV/RGB switch is set to RGB.
LCD Monitor
with DVI interface
DVI cable
(not supplied)
LCD/DLP projector
with DVI interface
Connect to a TV
Locate the VIDEO or SCART RGB (if applicable) input port of the TV or Video equipment
(i.e., VCR) to record your presentation and connect it to RCA jack of RS-232/CVBS cable.
RS-232/CVBS cable
INPUT
Projector
VIDEO
Te l e v i s i o n
SCART
RCA cable
RCA to SCART cable
(not supplied)
VCR
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C o n n e c t i n g t h e Pow e r
Connect the power adapter to a standard 100V~240V AC power outlet. The unit
automatically turns on once the power is connected.
Wall outlet
Power adapter
Power cord
Connect to a Computer
Locate the RGB (VGA) output port of the computer or laptop and connect it to RGB INPUT
port of AVerVision M50. The video signal from the RGB INPUT port is streamed to RGB
and DVI-I OUTPUT port.
- To display computer image, press Camera/PC button on the control panel
or remote control to switch AVerVision M50 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
Laptop
RGB cable
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Connect to a Computer via USB
Locate the USB port of the computer or laptop and connect it to USB port of AVerVision
M50. This enables you to use AVerVision M50 as a USB Camera or to transfer the
captured pictures/videos from the memory and to computer. Also see “Transfer File from
AVerVision M50 to PC”.
Make sure the USB Flash Drive switch (see fig. 1.2 #1) is set to the
left .
Desktop
USB cable
Laptop
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
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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
supported.
port. Only the audio from the video playback is
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
Connect to a Microscope
Connect the AVerVision M50 to a microscope enables you to examine microscopic objects
on a big screen.
1. Change the image display mode to Microscope. Press MENU > select MODE > select
MICROSCOPE and press ENTER.
2. Adjust the microscope and focus first. Then select the appropriate adapter size for the
microscope eyepiece.
3. Remove the microscope eyepiece from the microscope and connect it with the
microscope adapter. Fasten the 3 bolts until the adapter secures the eyepiece.
4. Attach the microscope adapter to the AVerVision camera head.
- Make sure to connect the longer hook to the front latch hole of the
camera head.
- For the eyepiece, we suggest using 15.5mm eye relief or higher.
Microscope
Adapter
2.5cm
Microscope
eyepiece
Microscope
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2.2cm
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S e t t i n g U p AV e r V i s i o n M 5 0
This section provides useful tips on how to adjust the AVerVision M50 to meet your needs.
Camera Head
The camera head can turn freely at 90° to the left and right and up and down.
90°
90°
90°
90°
If the camera head is in upright position, you can also press ROTATE on the remote
control twice to rotate the image in 180°.
Mechanical Ar m
The mechanical arm design can extend for a full A4 paper viewing.
122mm (4.8 in)
195°
180°
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LED Light Switch
AVerVision M50 has patented four (4) laser positioning pointers feature that define the
viewing area. This allows user quickly center the object underneath the camera. The three
(3) various light and laser positioning pointers settings are indicated in the illustration
below.
Off
White LED
Only
Document
Positioning
Pointers
White LED and
Document
Positioning
Pointers
Infrared Sensor
Aim the remote control at the infrared sensor to operate the unit.
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 M50 supports both SD memory card and USB flash drive for more image
capture and audio & video recordings. AVerVision M50 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.
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.
SD Card
Insert a USB Flash Drive
Make sure to set the USB Flash Drive switch (see fig. 1.2 #1) to the right before
inserting a USB flash drive. AVerVision M50 can support USB flash drive from
2GB to 64GB.
USB Flash Drive
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OSD MENU
There are 5 tabs on the OSD menu: BASIC, ADVANCED, PRESENTATION, SETTING
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.
BASIC
ADVANCED
PRESENTATION
SETTING
SYSTEM
PLAYBACK
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Select Menu and Settings
1.
2.
3.
4.
Press MENU button on the remote or control panel.
Press ► and ◄ to toggle between tabs
Press ▼ and ▲ to select a menu option.
Press ENTER to make a selection and display the
setting selection on the right.
5. Use ► and ◄ to adjust the setting or ▼ and ▲ to make
a selection.
6. Press ENTER to make the new setting take effect.
7. Press MENU to close the OSD menu.
Basic
Menu Screen
Function
Brightness
Adjust brightness level manually between 0 and 63.
Contrast
Adjust the contrast level manually between 0 and 255
under bright and dark environments.
Auto Image
Automatically adjust the white balance and exposure
setting and correct the color and exposure compensation.
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Menu Screen
Function
MODE
Select various image display settings.
Sharp - adjust the contrast along the edges making text
appear more visible.
Graphics - adjust the gradient of image.
Motion - increase frame rate. Sufficient lighting is
required when using this mode.
Microscope - automatically adjust optical zoom for
microscopic viewing.
Macro - set to view when object is only 5 – 20 cm away
from the camera.
Infinite - set to view when subject is at least 55cm away
from the camera.
Focus
Manually adjust the focus.
Effect
Convert the image into positive (true color), monochrome
(black and white) or negative.
Default
Restore all the settings into original factory default setting.
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Advanced
Menu Screen
Function
Exposure
Select the exposure setting.
AUTO - automatically adjust the camera exposure and
amount of light required.
MANUAL - manually adjust the exposure level. The
exposure can be adjusted up to 100.
White Balance
Select the White Balance setting for various light
conditions or color temperature.
AUTO - automatically adjust the white balance.
MANUAL - manually adjust the red and blue color level.
The color level can be adjusted up to 255.
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.
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Menu Screen
Function
Night View
Select to turn Night View OFF or AUTO.
When presenting in a low-light condition, Night View
enables brighter images by automatically adjusting the
exposure and the frame rate will be reduced.
Pr esentation
Menu Screen
Function
Spotlight On/Off
Spotlight overlays a frame on the presentation screen.
You can move the Spotlight around the presentation
screen using the ▲,▼,◄, & ► buttons.
Spotlight Shade
Change the opacity level of the area outside the box. The
shaded area completely turns black when it is set to level
7.
Spotlight Color
Select Spotlight frame color.
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Menu Screen
Function
Spotlight Resize
Change Spotlight frame size. The frame blinks when it is
in resizable mode. Use the ▲,▼,◄, & ► buttons to
adjust the frame size and press ENTER to set the desire
size.
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.
Visor Shade
Change the opacity level of the covered area. The
shaded area completely turns black when it is set to level
7.
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.
Lower Left
Upper Left
Upper Right
Lower Right
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Menu Screen
Function
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 M50 camera.
Select the display location of the 8- thumbnail playback
images.
Left
Right
Top
Below
Timer
Start/Pause/Stop the timer. 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.
Timer Set
Set the timer value. The timer can be set up to 120
minutes (2 hours).
Setting
Menu Screen
Function
Capture Resolution
Select the capture size. In Normal setting, the capture
size depends on the output resolution.
Mode
Output Resolution
Captured Size
1024 X 768
1024 X 768
1280 X 720;
1280 X 720
Normal
1920 X 1080
1280 X 960;
1280 X 960
1600 X 1200
5M
2592 X 1944
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Menu Screen
Function
Capture Quality
Select the capture compression setting.
Capture Type
Select the capture type.
Single - capture one picture only.
Continuous - capture successive pictures.
Capture Interval
Set the interval before capturing the next picture. The
length can be set up to 600 sec (10 min).
Recording Format
Select the video recording format between MOV and AVI.
Recording Quality
Select the video recording compression setting.
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Menu Screen
Function
Current Storage
Change the storage location. Audio & video recording can
only be saved in SD memory card or USB flash drive.
Built-in Memory
SD Memory Card
USB Flash Drive
Format Storage
Format to delete all the data in the selected memory. A
Warning Message will appear. Select to continue and
to stop formatting the storage.
System
Menu Screen
Function
Language
Change and select different language.
Output Resolution
Set the resolution to display the image on screen. This
selection will be disabled in TV output mode.
Device
RGB OUTPUT
DVI OUTPUT
RGB
Monitor
1024X768
1280X720
1280X960
1600X1200
1920X1080
LCD TV
-
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1024X768
1280X720
1280X960
1600X1200
1920X1080
HD 720P 50HZ
HD 720P 60HZ
HD 1080P 50HZ
HD 1080P 60HZ
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Menu Screen
Function
USB State
Select the status of the AVerVision M50 when it is
connected to the computer via USB. Make sure the USB
Flash Drive switch is set to the left.
USB Camera - can be used as a computer webcam or
with our bundled software to record video and capture
still image.
Mass Storage - transfer the captured pictures/videos
from the memory to computer hard disk.
Backup
Copy the image from the built-in memory to SD or USB
flash drive.
Profile Save
Save current setting in the selected profile number. Only
effect, mode, brightness and contrast settings can be
saved.
Profile Recall
Restore the setting back to the selected profile number.
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Menu Screen
Function
Information
Display product code
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.
Slide Show 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.
No effect
Split Vertical Out
Blinds
Checker Down
Split Horizontal In
Use All Effects
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Menu Screen
Function
Current Storage
Select the source of the images.
Delete All
Permanently delete all the data in selected memory
source. A Warning Message will appear. Select to
continue and to stop formatting the storage.
Transfer Captured Images/Videos to a computer
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. Make sure to set the USB Flash Drive switch (see fig. 1.2 #1) to the right for the
computer to detect AVerVision M50.
2. MUST set the USB STATE as MASS STORAGE before connecting the USB cable.
3. When “Mass Storage Start…” appears at the lower right corner of the presentation
screen, you may now connect the USB cable.
4. Upon connecting the USB cable, the system automatically detects the new removable
disk. You can now transfer the captured image(s) from the AVerVision M50 built-in
memory to the computer hard disk.
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Te c h n i c a l S p e c i f i c a t i o n s
Image
Sensor
1/2.5” Progressive Scan CMOS
Pixel Count
5 megapixels
Frame Rate
30 fps (max.)
White Balance
Auto / Manual
Exposure
Auto / Manual
Image mode
Sharp / Graphics / Motion / Microscope / Macro / Infinite
Effect
Color / B/W / Negative / Mirror / Rotate / Freeze
RGB output
HD 1080p 60Hz (Reduce blanking); HD 720p 60Hz; UXGA
60 Hz; XGA 60 Hz; 1280 x 960
DVI-I output
HD 1080p 60Hz; HD 720p 60Hz; UXGA 60 Hz; XGA 60 Hz;
1280 x 960; 1080P 50HZ; 1080P 60HZ; 720P 50HZ; 720P
60HZ
Image Capture
240 Frames(XGA) ; 80 Frames(5M Pixel)
Optics
Lens
F3.2 (Wide); F6.8 (Tele)
Focusing
Auto / Manual
Shooting Area
A4 Landscape/ Portrait
400mm x 300mm (47cm camera height)
Zooming
10X AVEROPTICAL™ (5X Optical+2X AVERZOOM™)
8X Digital Zoom
Power
Power Source
DC 12V, 100-240V, 50-60Hz
Consumption
18 Watts (lamp off); 20 Watts (lamp on)
Lighting
Lamp Type
LED light with laser pointer
Input/Output
RGB Input
15-Pins D-sub (VGA)
RGB Output
15-Pins D-sub (VGA)
DVI-I Output
DVI-I Type
CVBS/RS-232
Mini-DIN Jack (use CVBS/RS-232 Adapter cable)
Composite Video
RCA Jack
USB
USB2.0
DC 12V Input
Power Jack
MIC
Phone Jack
Speaker
Phone Jack
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Dimension
Operating
471mm x 174mm x 543mm (+/-2mm include rubber foot)
Folded
367mm x 174mm x 63mm (+/-2mm include rubber foot)
Weight
2.1 kg (about 4.629 lbs)
External Storage
Secure Digital (SD)
1 GB ~ 32GB (FAT 32, 16, 12)
USB Flash Drive
2GB ~ 64GB (FAT 32, 16, 12)
RS-232 Diagram Connection
AVerVision M50 can be controlled using a computer or any centralized control panel
through RS-232 connection.
RS-232/CVBS cable
Desktop
RS-232 cable
(not supplied)
Laptop
R S - 2 3 2 C a b l e S p e c i f ic at i o n s
Make sure the RS-232 cable matches the cable specification design.
PC COM Port
DSUB-9P (Female)
5 4 3 2 1
9 8 7 6
CD 1
1
RXD 2
2 TXD
TXD 3
3 RXD
DTR 4
4
5 SG
SG 5
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
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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
ƒ
ƒ
ƒ
ƒ
ƒ
ƒ
:1 bit
:8 bit
:1 bit
:None
:None
:9600bps
Start bit
Data bit
Stop bit
Parity bit
X parameter
Baud rate(Communication speed)
R S - 2 3 2 C o m m u n i c a t i o n Fo r m a t
Start Code(1 Byte)
Type Code(1 Byte)
DataLength Code(1 Byte)
Data Code(1 Byte)
CheckSum Code(1 Byte)
Format
Example
: 0xFF
: 0x70
: 0x01
: See the Command Table for reference.
: See the Command Table for reference.
: Start + Type + DataLength + Data + CheckSum
: 0xFF + 0x70 + 0x01+ 0x1 + 0x70 (Command Power)
R S - 2 3 2 C o m m a n d Ta b l e
Send Format︰0x52 + 0x05 + 0x01 + Command + 0x53 + CheckSum
Receive Format︰0x51 + 0x00 + 0x01 + 0x05 + 0x51 + 0x55
Function
POWER
PC/ CAMERA
PLAYBACK
TIMER
SPOTLIGHT
VISOR
MIRROR
SPLIT SCREEN
PIP
ROTATE
EFFECT
SLITE SHOW
FREEZE/STOP
RECORDING
CAPTURE
AUTO FOCUS
AUTO IMAGE
MENU
Command Code
CheckSum Code
RS-232 Code
00
4A
0B
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
0C
0A
0D
0F
10
0E
57
1D
5C
56
55
54
53
52
51
50
5F
5E
5B
5D
5A
58
47
59
52,05,01,00,53,57
52,05,01,4A,53,1D
52,05,01,0B,53,5C
52,05,01,01,53,56
52,05,01,02,53,55
52,05,01,03,53,54
52,05,01,04,53,53
52,05,01,05,53,52
52,05,01,06,53,51
52,05,01,07,53,50
52,05,01,08,53,5F
52,05,01,09,53,5E
52,05,01,0C,53,5B
52,05,01,0A,53,5D
52,05,01,0D,53,5A
52,05,01,0F,53,58
52,05,01,10,53,47
52,05,01,0E,53,59
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Function
Command Code
CheckSum Code
RS-232 Code
DEL
11
46
52,05,01,11,53,46
ARROW - UPPER
ARROW - LEFT
ARROR - ENTER
ARROW - RIGHT
ZOOM +
EXPOSURE +
ARROR - DOWN
ZOOM EXPOSURE ZOOM RESET
NER
FAR
DEFAULT
PC PASSTHROUGH
CAMERA
12
13
14
15
17
18
16
4B
4C
19
1A
1B
1C
4D
4E
45
44
43
42
40
4F
41
1C
1B
4E
4D
4C
4B
1A
19
52,05,01,12,53,45
52,05,01,13,53,44
52,05,01,14,53,43
52,05,01,15,53,42
52,05,01,17,53,40
52,05,01,18,53,4F
52,05,01,16,53,41
52,05,01,4B,53,1C
52,05,01,4C,53,1B
52,05,01,19,53,4E
52,05,01,1A,53,4D
52,05,01,1B,53,4C
52,05,01,1C,53,4B
52,05,01,4D,53,1A
52,05,01,4E,53,19
R S - 2 3 2 F u n c t i o n Ta b l e
Send Format︰0x52 + 0x0B + 0x03 + Data[0] + Data[1] + Data[2] + 0x53 + CheckSum
Receive Format︰0x51 + 0x00 + 0x01 + 0x0B + 0x51 + 0x5B
Function
Data[0]
Data[1]
Data[2]
CheckSum
Code
RS-232 Code
POWER OFF
0x01
0x00
0x00
0x5A
52,0B,03,01,00,00,53,5A
POWER ON
0x01
0x01
0x00
0x5B
52,0B,03,01,01,00,53,5B
0x02
0x00
0x00
0x59
52,0B,03,02,00,00,53,59
0x02
0x01
0x00
0x58
52,0B,03,02,01,00,53,58
0x03
0x00
0x00
0x58
52,0B,03,03,00,00,53,58
0x04
0x00
0x00
0x5F
52,0B,03,04,00,00,53,5F
IMAGE
CAPTURE
TYPE: SINGLE
IMAGE
CAPTURE
TYPE:
CONTINUOUS
IMAGE
CAPTURE
CONTINUOUS
INTERVAL
INCREASE
IMAGE
CAPTURE
CONTINUOUS
INTERVAL
DECREASE
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Function
IMAGE
CAPTURE
RESOLUTION:
NORMAL
IMAGE
CAPTURE
RESOLUTION:
5M
Data[0]
Data[1]
Data[2]
CheckSum
Code
RS-232 Code
0x05
0x00
0x00
0x5E
52,0B,03,05,00,00,53,5E
0x05
0x01
0x00
0x5F
52,0B,03,05,01,00,53,5F
TIMER START
0x06
0x00
0x00
0x5D
52,0B,03,06,00,00,53,5D
TIMER PAUSE
0x07
0x00
0x00
0x5C
52,0B,03,07,00,00,53,5C
TIMER STOP
0x08
0x00
0x00
0x53
52,0B,03,08,00,00,53,53
0x09
Value[1~120]
0x00
*1
*1
0x0A
0x00
0x00
0x51
52,0B,03,0A,00,00,53,51
0x0A
0x01
0x00
0x50
52,0B,03,0A,01,00,53,50
0x0B
0x00
0x00
0x50
52,0B,03,0B,00,00,53,50
0x0B
0x01
0x00
0x51
52,0B,03,0B,01,00,53,51
0x0B
0x02
0x00
0x52
52,0B,03,0B,02,00,53,52
0x0B
0x03
0x00
0x53
52,0B,03,0B,03,00,53,53
0x0B
0x04
0x00
0x54
52,0B,03,0B,04,00,53,54
0x0B
0x05
0x00
0x55
52,0B,03,0B,05,00,53,55
0x0C
0x00
0x00
0x57
52,0B,03,0C,00,00,53,57
MIRROR OFF
0x0E
0x00
0x00
0x55
52,0B,03,0E,00,00,53,55
MIRROR ON
0x0E
0x01
0x00
0x54
52,0B,03,0E,01,00,53,54
ROTATE 0
0x0F
0x00
0x00
0x54
52,0B,03,0F,00,00,53,54
ROTATE 90
0x0F
0x01
0x00
0x55
52,0B,03,0F,01,00,53,55
ROTATE 180
0x0F
0x02
0x00
0x56
52,0B,03,0F,02,00,53,56
ROTATE 270
0x0F
0x03
0x00
0x57
52,0B,03,0F,03,00,53,57
TIMER SET
TIME
NIGHTVIEW
OFF
NIGHTVIEW
ON
PREVIEW
MODE: TEXT
PREVIEW
MODE:
GRAPHIC
PREVIEW
MODE: HIGH
FRAME
PREVIEW
MODE:
MICROSCOPE
PREVIEW
MODE:
MACRO
PREVIEW
MODE:
INFINITE
PLAYBACK
FULL SCREEN
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Function
Data[0]
Data[1]
Data[2]
CheckSum
Code
RS-232 Code
EFFECT:
COLOR
0x10
0x00
0x00
0x4B
52,0B,03,10,00,00,53,4B
EFFECT: B/W
0x10
0x01
0x00
0x4A
52,0B,03,10,01,00,53,4A
EFFECT:
NEGATIVE
0x10
0x02
0x00
0x49
52,0B,03,10,02,00,53,49
CONTRAST
0x11
Value[0~63]
0x00
*1
*1
BRIGHTNESS
0x12
Value[0~255]
0x00
*1
*1
0x13
0x00
0x00
0x48
52,0B,03,13,00,00,53,48
0x13
0x01
0x00
0x49
52,0B,03,13,01,00,53,49
0x14
0x00
0x00
0x4F
52,0B,03,14,00,00,53,4F
0x14
0x01
0x00
0x4E
52,0B,03,14,01,00,53,4E
0x15
0x00
0x00
0x4E
52,0B,03,15,00,00,53,4E
0x16
0x00
0x00
0x4D
52,0B,03,16,00,00,53,4D
0x17
0x00
0x00
0x4C
52,0B,03,17,00,00,53,4C
0x17
0x01
0x00
0x4D
52,0B,03,17,01,00,53,4D
0x18
0x00
0x00
0x43
52,0B,03,18,00,00,53,43
0x19
0x00
0x00
0x42
52,0B,03,19,00,00,53,42
0x1A
0x00
0x00
0x41
52,0B,03,1A,00,00,53,41
0x1B
0x00
0x00
0x40
52,0B,03,1B,00,00,53,40
FLICKER: 50Hz
0x1C
0x00
0x00
0x47
52,0B,03,1C,00,00,53,47
FLICKER: 60Hz
0x1C
0x01
0x00
0x46
52,0B,03,1C,01,00,53,46
FLICKER:
AUTO
0x1C
0x02
0x00
0x45
52,0B,03,1C,02,00,53,45
AUTO IMAGE
OFF
AUTO IMAGE
ON
EXPOSURE:
AUTO
EXPOSURE:
MANUAL
EXPOSURE
MANUAL
INCREASE
EXPOSURE
MANUAL
DECREASE
WHITE
BALANCE:
AUTO
WHITE
BALANCE:
MANUAL
WHITE
BALANCE
BLUE
INCREASE
WHITE
BALANCE
BLUE
DECREASE
WHITE
BALANCE RED
INCREASE
WHITE
BALANCE RED
DECREASE
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Function
SPOTLIGHT:
OFF
SPOTLIGHT:
ON
SPOTLIGHT
SHADE Level 0
SPOTLIGHT
SHADE Level 4
SPOTLIGHT
SHADE Level 7
SPOTLIGHT
COLOR: RED
SPOTLIGHT
COLOR:
GREEN
SPOTLIGHT
COLOR: BLUE
SPOTLIGHT
RESIZE
Data[0]
Data[1]
Data[2]
CheckSum
Code
RS-232 Code
0x1D
0x00
0x00
0x46
52,0B,03,1D,00,00,53,46
0x1D
0x01
0x00
0x47
52,0B,03,1D,01,00,53,47
0x1E
0x00
0x00
0x45
52,0B,03,1E,00,00,53,45
0x1E
0x01
0x00
0x44
52,0B,03,1E,01,00,53,44
0x1E
0x02
0x00
0x47
52,0B,03,1E,02,00,53,47
0x1F
0xF9
0x00
0xBD
52,0B,03,1F,F9,00,53,BD
0x1F
0xFA
0x00
0xBE
52,0B,03,1F,FA,00,53,BE
0x1F
0xFC
0x00
0xB8
52,0B,03,1F,FC,00,53,B8
0x20
0x00
0x00
0x7B
52,0B,03,20,00,00,53,7B
VISOR: OFF
0x21
0x00
0x00
0x7A
52,0B,03,21,00,00,53,7A
VISOR: ON
0x21
0x01
0x00
0x7B
52,0B,03,21,01,00,53,7B
0x22
0x00
0x00
0x80
52,0B,03,22,00,00,53,79
0x22
0x01
0x00
0x83
52,0B,03,22,01,00,53,78
0x22
0x02
0x00
0x85
52,0B,03,22,02,00,53,7B
PIP: OFF
0x23
0x00
0x00
0x78
52,0B,03,23,00,00,53,78
PIP: ON
0x23
0x01
0x00
0x79
52,0B,03,23,01,00,53,79
0x24
0x00
0x00
0x7F
52,0B,03,24,00,00,53,7F
0x24
0x01
0x00
0x7E
52,0B,03,24,01,00,53,7E
0x24
0x02
0x00
0x7D
52,0B,03,24,02,00,53,7D
0x24
0x03
0x00
0x7C
52,0B,03,24,03,00,53,7C
0x25
0x00
0x00
0x7E
52,0B,03,25,00,00,53,7E
0x25
0x01
0x00
0x7F
52,0B,03,25,01,00,53,7F
0x26
0x01
0x00
0x7C
52,0B,03,26,01,00,53,7C
VISOR SHADE
Level 0
VISOR SHADE
Level 4
VISOR SHADE
Level 7
PIP POSITION:
BOTTOM LEFT
PIP POSITION:
TOP LEFT
PIP POSITION:
TOP RIGHT
PIP POSITION:
BOTTOM
RIGHT
SPLITSCREEN:
OFF
SPLITSCREEN:
ON
SPLITSCREEN
DIR: UPPER
SCREEN
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Function
SPLITSCREEN
DIR: LOWER
SCREEN
SPLITSCREEN
DIR: LEFT
SCREEN
SPLITSCREEN
DIR: RIGHT
SCREEN
Data[0]
Data[1]
Data[2]
CheckSum
Code
RS-232 Code
0x26
0x02
0x00
0x7F
52,0B,03,26,02,00,53,7F
0x26
0x03
0x00
0x7E
52,0B,03,26,03,00,53,7E
0x26
0x04
0x00
0x79
52,0B,03,26,04,00,53,79
RECORD: OFF
0x27
0x00
0x00
0x7C
52,0B,03,27,00,00,53,7C
RECORD: ON
0x27
0x01
0x00
0x7D
52,0B,03,27,01,00,53,7D
0x28
0x00
0x00
0x73
52,0B,03,28,00,00,53,73
0x28
0x01
0x00
0x72
52,0B,03,28,01,00,53,72
0x29
0x00
0x00
0x72
52,0B,03,29,00,00,53,72
0x2A
0x00
0x00
0x71
52,0B,03,2A,00,00,53,71
0x2B
0x00
0x00
0x70
52,0B,03,2B,00,00,53,70
0x2C
0x00
0x00
0x77
52,0B,03,2C,00,00,53,77
0x2D
0x00
0x00
0x76
52,0B,03,2D,00,00,53,76
0x2D
0x01
0x00
0x77
52,0B,03,2D,01,00,53,77
0x2D
0x02
0x00
0x74
52,0B,03,2D,02,00,53,74
0x2E
0x00
0x00
0x75
52,0B,03,2E,00,00,53,75
0x2E
0x01
0x00
0x74
52,0B,03,2E,01,00,53,74
0x2E
0x02
0x00
0x77
52,0B,03,2E,02,00,53,77
0x2F
0x00
0x00
0x74
52,0B,03,2F,00,00,53,74
0x2F
0x01
0x00
0x75
52,0B,03,2F,01,00,53,75
0x30
0x00
0x00
0x6B
52,0B,03,30,00,00,53,6B
0x30
0x01
0x00
0x6A
52,0B,03,30,01,00,53,6A
RECORD
FORMAT: MOV
RECORD
FORMAT: AVI
MOVIE FAST
REWIND
MOVIE FAST
FORWARD
MOVIE VOL
INC
MOVIE VOL
DEC
RECORD
QUALITY:
STANDARD
RECORD
QUALITY: FINE
RECORD
QUALITY:
FINEST
STORAGE:
EMBEDDED
STORAGE: SD
CARD
STORAGE:
THUMB DRIVE
FORMAT:
EMBEDDED
FORMAT: SD
CARD
OUTPUT
RESOLUTION:
1024x768
OUTPUT
RESOLUTION:
1280x720
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Function
OUTPUT
RESOLUTION:
1280x960
OUTPUT
RESOLUTION:
1600x1200
OUTPUT
RESOLUTION:
1920x1080
OUTPUT
RESOLUTION:
HD720P 50Hz
OUTPUT
RESOLUTION:
HD720P 60Hz
OUTPUT
RESOLUTION:
HD1080P 50Hz
OUTPUT
RESOLUTION:
HD1080P 60Hz
USB
CONNECT:
USB CAMERA
USB
CONNECT:
MASS
STORAGE
BACKUP TO
SD CARD
BACKUP TO
THUMBDRIVE
PROFILE
SAVE:
PROFILE 1
PROFILE
SAVE:
PROFILE 2
PROFILE
SAVE:
PROFILE 3
PROFILE
RECALL:
PROFILE 1
PROFILE
RECALL:
PROFILE 2
PROFILE
RECALL:
PROFILE 3
Data[0]
Data[1]
Data[2]
CheckSum
Code
RS-232 Code
0x30
0x02
0x00
0x69
52,0B,03,30,02,00,53,69
0x30
0x03
0x00
0x68
52,0B,03,30,03,00,53,68
0x30
0x04
0x00
0x6F
52,0B,03,30,04,00,53,6F
0x30
0x05
0x00
0x6E
52,0B,03,30,05,00,53,6E
0x30
0x06
0x00
0x6D
52,0B,03,30,06,00,53,6D
0x30
0x07
0x00
0x6C
52,0B,03,30,07,00,53,6C
0x30
0x08
0x00
0x63
52,0B,03,30,08,00,53,63
0x31
0x00
0x00
0x6A
52,0B,03,31,00,00,53,6A
0x31
0x01
0x00
0x6B
52,0B,03,31,01,00,53,6B
0x32
0x00
0x00
0x69
52,0B,03,32,00,00,53,69
0x32
0x01
0x00
0x68
52,0B,03,32,01,00,53,68
0x33
0x00
0x00
0x68
52,0B,03,33,00,00,53,68
0x33
0x01
0x00
0x69
52,0B,03,33,01,00,53,69
0x33
0x02
0x00
0x6A
52,0B,03,33,02,00,53,6A
0x34
0x00
0x00
0x6F
52,0B,03,34,00,00,53,6F
0x34
0x01
0x00
0x6E
52,0B,03,34,01,00,53,6E
0x34
0x02
0x00
0x6D
52,0B,03,34,02,00,53,6D
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Function
SLIDESHOW:
OFF
SLIDESHOW:
ON
SLIDESHOW
EFFECT: NO
EFFECT
SLIDESHOW
EFFECT:
EFFECT 1
SLIDESHOW
EFFECT:
EFFECT 2
SLIDESHOW
EFFECT:
EFFECT 3
SLIDESHOW
EFFECT:
EFFECT 4
SLIDESHOW
EFFECT:
RANDOM
EFFECT
Data[0]
Data[1]
Data[2]
CheckSum
Code
RS-232 Code
0x36
0x00
0x00
0x6D
52,0B,03,36,00,00,53,6D
0x36
0x01
0x00
0x6C
52,0B,03,36,01,00,53,6C
0x37
0x00
0x00
0x6C
52,0B,03,37,00,00,53,6C
0x37
0x01
0x00
0x6D
52,0B,03,37,01,00,53,6D
0x37
0x02
0x00
0x6E
52,0B,03,37,02,00,53,6E
0x37
0x03
0x00
0x6F
52,0B,03,37,03,00,53,6F
0x37
0x04
0x00
0x68
52,0B,03,37,04,00,53,68
0x37
0x05
0x00
0x69
52,0B,03,37,05,00,53,69
*1 :CheckSum = 0x0B xor 0x03 xor Data[0] xor Data[1] xor Data[2] xor 0x53
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 M50.
There is no picture on the presentation screen.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Check all the connectors again as shown in this manual.
Check the on/off switch of the display output device.
Verify the setting of the display output device.
If you are presenting from a notebook or computer through the display output device, check the
cable connection from computer RGB (VGA) output to RGB input of AVerVision M50 and make
sure AVerVision M50 is in PC Mode.
I have set up the AVerVision M50 and checked all the connections as specified in
the manual but I cannot get a picture on the preferred presentation screen.
1. The unit POWER button turns orange in standby mode. Press the POWER button again to turn
on and the LED light will turn blue.
2. The default camera display resolution setting is on 1024x768. If your output device does not
support this resolution; no image can be projected. Simply press hold the FREEZE and ► button
to the change the resolution setting.
3. If your display output device is on TV or any analog device, please switch the TV-RGB dip switch
to TV.
The picture on the presentation screen is distorted or the image is blurry.
1. Reset all changed settings, if any, to the original manufacturer default setting. Press DEFAULT on
the remote or select Default in Basic tab OSD menu.
2. Use the Brightness and Contrast menu functions to reduce the distortion if applicable.
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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 M50 and your PC.
2. Connect your PC to the AVerVision M50 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.
AVerVision M50 can’t detect the inserted USB flash drive.
Make sure the USB flash drive switch is set to the right and check if the USB flash drive is properly
inserted.
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
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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.
Disclaimer of Warranty
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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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
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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.
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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