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FND-423 Equipment Instructions
Projecting from the Region-Free DVD Player
Insert a DVD in the region-free DVD player in the rack. Select Region DVD on the Crestron Touch-Screen Panel. Use the touch panel to play, pause, rewind etc.
Projecting from the Document Camera
- Press the Document Camera button on the Crestron Touch-Screen Panel.
- Unfold and raise the light arms on the document camera as far as they will go. Firmly press the lever on the camera arm downward and raise the camera head so the arm is at a 45' angle and the camera points straight down.
- Press the Lamp button on the document camera to turn on the lights on either side of the document camera.
- Turn on the document camera by pressing the Green Power Button on the left of its control panel.
- The projector should display documents and objects that are placed on the bed of the document camera.
- When switching documents/objects, you can press the Freeze button on the document camera to freeze an image on the projection screen. Press the Freeze button again to exit the freeze mode.
- To display transparencies, press the Lamp button on the document camera once. The panel underneath the bed will light up and the arm lights will turn off. To turn the lights off entirely, press the Lamp button again.
- You can zoom in and out with the Zoom buttons. If the image becomes unfocused, adjust the focus with the focus buttons.
- When you are finished, turn the document camera off with the power button.
Watching a Channel on WCVN (Cable TV)
On the Crestron Touch-Screen Panel, select WCVN. Use the touch panel's Chan Up/Down buttons to change channels or enter a specific channel number using the numeric keypad.
Turning off the Projector
On the Crestron Touch-Screen Panel, select Exit System. Press YES when prompted to continue.
NOTE: The projector will need a few minutes to cool down before it can be turned on again.