Operating Classroom Touchpanels

In this article:

 

Turning the system on and off

  1. If the touchpanel screen is dark, it is currently in power-saving mode. To wake it, wave your hand over it or tap the screen once.
  2. Tap Touch to Start System to turn on the room's flat panel displays and/or projectors. The main touchpanel screen will display.

    touchpanel start screen

     
  3. To shut the system down, choose Shut Down from the main screen:

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Selecting sources

Once the system is started, the touchpanel offers a set of sources available for display. The most common are Solstice, mini DisplayPort, HDMI, BluRay, and Document Camera.

  • Select the appropriate source by tapping on its icon.
  • If your room has multiple screens, each will have its own set of sources to choose from, as shown in the example below:

    source list

 

Volume controls

The classroom speaker volume can be controlled from the main touchpanel screen

  • To raise or lower the volume, tap the up and down arrows.
  • To mute the speakers, tape the Mute button.

    volume controls

 

Blu-ray controls

The touchpanel offers onscreen controls that mimic a typical BluRay remote.

  1. From the main screen, tap BluRay Controls.

    highlight bluray button

     
  2. To insert a disc, press and hold Open Tray for several seconds until the tray opens.The other buttons function as would be expected on a physical emote control.

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  3. Click the Return button to go back to the main screen.

 

Projector and screen controls

Projectors and flatpanels can be individually powered on/off, and the screens individually raised/lowered.

  1. From the main screen, tap Projectors.

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  2. Toggle the desired action. If there are multiple displays in the room each will have its own set of controls, as shown below:

    screen controls selected

     
  3. Click the Return button to go back to the main screen.

 

Obtaining help

Call (513) 745-3603 to obtain assistance with classroom technology. Tapping the Help button also lists this number, for quick reference.

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Article ID: 564
Created
Fri 7/26/19 2:10 PM
Modified
Thu 9/5/19 2:04 PM