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- Verify Console Power button (red light) is on inside podium cabinet. Turn on the projector with remote
- Determine which projector cable you should be using and connect to your laptop.
- If using newer PC or MacBook, connect green-tagged similar cable shown here.
- If using older MacBook, connect yellow-tagged similar cable shown here.
- If using an older HP connector, connect red-tagged similar cable shown here.
- If displaying by AirPlay, turn on the projector and verify that Apple TV screen saver is running. Select the Classroom Apple TV from the AirPlay Icon in the top right of your desktop or Swipe down from the top of your Ipad and select AirPlay Icon.
Enter the code to connect to display on the projector. (Not all classrooms have AirPlay connectivity)
- If need to use the overhead camera, power on the overhead camera.
- If using a PC along with the document camera at the same time, press the INT/EXT button on the camera. There will be a delay
- Once connected to the projector, use the Epson remote and press the "Aspect" button until "Full is chosen.
- We recommend using a 1280x800 resolution on PC and 1366x768 (720p) resolution on MAC. Choose whether to mirror or extend your display.
- Audio will be available on display cable alone. If you want to take advantage of more audio control and recording from ceiling mic, change output and input source to Interact COM. Newer PC and Mac's that are connected by the green-tagged cable will have this source available.
Older PC and Mac's users will have to use a USB-C to USB adapters and plug in the USB-C adapter first and then the correct display cable for your laptop. Doing this in that order will prevent a black screen on the projector.
When finished, please power off the projector by pressing the power button on the remote twice. Otherwise, the projector will time out and shut down after 15 minutes.