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'''Axinn 100 Smart Classroom Guide'''
 
'''Axinn 100 Smart Classroom Guide'''
  
In this space you can project from a laptop with VGA, play a Blu-ray, DVD, and VHS onto 2 different screens.  You can also control the lights, shades, and screens from the touchpanel.
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In this space you can project from a laptop with VGA and HDMI, play a Blu-ray and DVD, and connect an auxiliary RCA device onto 2 different screens.  You can also control the lights, shades, and screens from the touchpanel.
  
'''Turn the System On''' - Touch the touchpanl screen anywhere to go to the Main Menu. This will turn on the amp in the rack.
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'''Turn the System On''' - Touch the touchpanl screen anywhere to go to the Main Menu. This will turn on the amp in the rack.
  
'''Lights''' - Press the Lights icon on the main menu. There are 5 different light settings.  Full on, Medium, Low, Video, and All Off.  
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'''Lights''' - On the left side of the touch panel is the lighting controls There are 4 different light settings.  Full on, Presentation, Video, and All Off.
  
'''Volume''' - The Volume can be controlled on each source page.  You can also mute the audio if needed.
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'''Volume''' - The Volume can be controlled on the right right of the touch screen.  You can also mute the audio if needed.
  
'''Shades''' - you can lower the shades for the windows for a better projected image, Press the Shades icon on the main menu.  
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'''Shades''' - you can lower the shades for the windows for a better projected image, Press the Shade Control icon located at the bottom right of the touch screen.
  
'''Screens''' - Press the Screens icon on the main menu.  Choose which screen you would like to useIf you are using the large center screen you can also mask the sides of the screen if you are projecting an image that is a standard 4:3 image.
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'''Screens''' - First choose the source you want to project from then choose which screen you want to project on, Center or SideChoosing the screen will lower the screen and turn the projector on.  
  
'''Sources''' - Press the Sources icon on the main menu to take you to a submenu of all the devices and projection options.   
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'''Projecting from VGA or HDMI''' - Press Laptop icon on the touch panel screen, then choose which screen to project on.  Connect the either cable to your computer, if you have a Mac you will need the appropriate adapter/dongle.  If you don't have one you can loan one from the library.  The system with automatically detect with cable you are using.  You should have projection.  If you do not have projection, go to the troubleshooting section of this document.
  
'''Projecting from VGA''' - Press VGA 1 on the touchpanel screen.  Connect the VGA cable to your computer, if you have a Mac you will need the appropriate adapter/dongleIf you don't have one you can loan one from the library.  You should have projection.  If you do not have projection, go to the troubleshooting section of this document.
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'''Watching a Blu-ray''' - Press the Blu-ray 1 or 2 icon on the touch panel screen then choose the screen to project on, you might need to power on the device, insert your disc and press playYou can also control the Bly-ray player from the touch panel.  You can play, pause, stop, eject, fast forward, rewind, skip forward, skip back, navigate the DVD menu and choose close captions.
  
'''Watching a Blu-ray''' - Press the Blu-ray icon on the touchpanel screen, you might need to power on the device, insert your disc and press play. There is a remote available for your convenience.  You can also control the Bly-ray player from the touchpanel.  You can play, pause, stop, eject, fast forward, rewind, skip forward, skip back, navigate the DVD menu and choose close captions.
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'''Composite Video''' - Press the Composite Video icon on the touch panel screen. Connect your device to the RCA (red, white, and yellow input in the rack.
  
'''Watching a DVD''' Press the DVD icon on the touchpanel screen.  Insert your disc and press play.  You can control the DVD player from the touchpanel.  You can play, pause, stop, eject, fast forward, rewind, skip forward, skip backward, navigate the DVD menu and choose close captions.
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'''Turning Off the System''' - Press the red System Shutdown icon on the Main Menu.  Press the red System Off icon to confirm.
 
 
'''Watching a VHS''' - Press the VCR icon on the touchpanel screen.  Insert your tape and press play.  You can control the VCR from the touchpanel.  You can play, pause, stop, eject, fast forward, rewind, and choose close captions. 
 
 
 
'''Aux DVI''' - Press the Aux DVI icon on the touchpanel screen.  Connect your device to the DVI input in the rack. 
 
 
 
'''Turning Off the System''' - Press the red System Shutdown icon on the Main Menu.  Press the red System Off icon to confirm.  
 
  
 
'''For troubleshooting tips go to [[Projecting_from_your_Laptop_Computer#What_to_do_if_Your_Computer_doesn.27t_project|go/troubleshoot]] or contact the Helpdesk at x2200'''
 
'''For troubleshooting tips go to [[Projecting_from_your_Laptop_Computer#What_to_do_if_Your_Computer_doesn.27t_project|go/troubleshoot]] or contact the Helpdesk at x2200'''

Latest revision as of 09:18, 6 August 2018

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Axinn 100 Smart Classroom Guide

In this space you can project from a laptop with VGA and HDMI, play a Blu-ray and DVD, and connect an auxiliary RCA device onto 2 different screens. You can also control the lights, shades, and screens from the touchpanel.

Turn the System On - Touch the touchpanl screen anywhere to go to the Main Menu. This will turn on the amp in the rack.

Lights - On the left side of the touch panel is the lighting controls There are 4 different light settings. Full on, Presentation, Video, and All Off.

Volume - The Volume can be controlled on the right right of the touch screen. You can also mute the audio if needed.

Shades - you can lower the shades for the windows for a better projected image, Press the Shade Control icon located at the bottom right of the touch screen.

Screens - First choose the source you want to project from then choose which screen you want to project on, Center or Side. Choosing the screen will lower the screen and turn the projector on.

Projecting from VGA or HDMI - Press Laptop icon on the touch panel screen, then choose which screen to project on. Connect the either cable to your computer, if you have a Mac you will need the appropriate adapter/dongle. If you don't have one you can loan one from the library. The system with automatically detect with cable you are using. You should have projection. If you do not have projection, go to the troubleshooting section of this document.

Watching a Blu-ray - Press the Blu-ray 1 or 2 icon on the touch panel screen then choose the screen to project on, you might need to power on the device, insert your disc and press play. You can also control the Bly-ray player from the touch panel. You can play, pause, stop, eject, fast forward, rewind, skip forward, skip back, navigate the DVD menu and choose close captions.

Composite Video - Press the Composite Video icon on the touch panel screen. Connect your device to the RCA (red, white, and yellow input in the rack.

Turning Off the System - Press the red System Shutdown icon on the Main Menu. Press the red System Off icon to confirm.

For troubleshooting tips go to go/troubleshoot or contact the Helpdesk at x2200

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