Technology Guide for TN103, TN112
Applies to rooms: TN103, TN112
The technology in this room supports local presentation with the following equipment:
- Local computer (DVD/CD) with TrentNet, Internet (Trent login ID required)
- Crestron touch screen control panel for AV control and content switching
- Laptop adapter cable for HDMI input
- 1 Video projector (HDCP compliant), 1 projection screen (TN112 has 2 projectors, 2 screens))
- Classroom sound system
Note: Lectern equipment and layout may vary in some rooms
Accessibility: If you require assistance with any of the equipment in the room please contact the Information Technology Service Desk by phoning 705 748-1010 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
Lectern Components shown below:
- AV control touch panel
- Local Computer (PC)
- Laptop adapter cable for HDMI connection
- Power outlet for laptop
- Keyboard and mouse
- Telephone for calling technical support at extension 1010, option 4
Getting Started with the AV Control Touch Panel
If the panel (1) is dark simply tap the surface to wake it up. This is the first screen you should see upon waking the panel. Touch again to bring up the main menu. The projector will come on and screen will lower.
Starting a Local Presentation
To begin using the room for a presentation, choose your desired source from the menu such Local PC (2) or Laptop (3). This will project the image for the selected source. Power on Local PC(2) in the rack if needed and login with your Trent username and password. Insert your USB memory stick if presenting from that device. Optionally, present from a personal laptop by connecting to the adapter cable on the lectern. You may have to press Window + P mirror your video on the projector. The optimal display resolution for presentation is 1280 x 800 which can be set through your desktop properties (Windows) or System Preferences (Mac). Note; Mac users will need to bring the appropriate Apple adapter to connect with one of the lectern adapters.
Switch from one input source to the other as desired.
To adjust volume during a local presentation, simply press the up or down arrow in the Volume box on the right of every screen.
Temporarily cancel video projection by tapping DMute. Tap again to re-enable.
When you are finished using the equipment in the room, logoff the local PC and press the red Shutdown button on the touch panel found in the top right corner of every screen. You are presented with the option to cancel in case you accidentally pressed the Shutdown button. To continue with ending your session, press the green Yes button. To return to the previous screen, press the red No button.
Also remember to: turn off the document camera if used, remove personal USB memory sticks, disconnect laptop.
System shutdown will turn off the projector and raise the screen automatically.
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