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FND-423 Equipment Instructions
Founders 423 Classroom
Classroom w/ tablet chairs
I S:C D Player
I S:Computer, Macintosh
I S:Document Camera
I S:Laserdisc Player
I S:Projection Screen(3)
I S:Projector, L C D
I S:V C R, Multi-country
I S:V C R, U.S.A. Only
I S:Wellesley College Video Network (W C V N)
The Crestron Touch-Screen Panel is fixed on the instructor desk. Touch the screen to activate and choose your source (e.g., DVD, VHS, Mac, Laptop).
Turning on the Projector
Select a media source on the Crestron Touch-Screen Control Panel. If the projector was off, it will turn on at this point. It may take up to a minute to reach full brightness. The projection screen will lower automatically.
To raise or lower the projection screen, select a source on the Crestron Touch-Screen Panel.
Projecting from the Mac
Confirm the Mac is on. On the Crestron Touch-Screen Panel, select MAC.
Projecting from a Laptop
- Locate the VGA/audio cables on the instructor desk or in the equipment rack drawer. Connect one end of cables to the laptop and the other end to the VGA connection.
- Press the Laptop button on the Crestron Touch-Screen Control Panel to display the laptop screen.
Use the Crestron Touch-Screen Panel to adjust the volume.
Projecting from the VCR
Insert a VHS tape into the VCR in the rack. Select Standard VHS on the Crestron Touch-Screen Panel. Use the touch panel to play, pause, rewind etc.
Projecting from the Multi-Standard VCR
Insert a VHS tape into the multi-standard VCR in the rack. Select Multi-VHS on the Crestron Touch-Screen Panel. Use the touch panel to play, pause, rewind etc.
Projecting from the DVD/LaserDisc player
Select the DVD/LD source button on the Crestron Touch-Screen Control Panel. Insert a disc into the player in the equipment rack. Use the touch panel's buttons: play, pause, stop, rewind, chp rev, chp adv, frame rev, etc. To select a specific track, use the numeric key pad.