Arts West 154

Room Summary

A view of available seating in the room A view of available seating in the room The instructor station with the dell computer and the touch panel to the left The equipment rack

 

 

This room serves as a classroom with equipment for lectures, group work, and presentations. Room 154 has seating for 26 people.

How to Use Room: Base Level Operations

  1. Turn on the computer by pressing the power button on the bottom right side of the computer monitor.
  2. Login with your Elon username and password.
  3. Touch the touch screen control to turn on the system. The system will take 45 seconds to warm up.
  4. Use the touch screen control to select the desired input (Desktop, HMDI, VGA, composite, DVD/VCR, TV, CD, Doc Cam, and AUX).
  5. Turn the system off by pressing the System Off button located on the top right side of the touch screen control.
  6. To power the desktop computer off, click the Shut Down button (Click the windows button in the bottom left side of the desktop, the Shut Down button is located to the right of the display window).

Available Technology

Below is a list of all the available technology located in room 154.

Equipment Manufacturer  Model/Type 
Desktop Computer  Dell  Optiplex 5270 AIO 
Touch Screen Control  Crestron  TPMC-9-B 
Projector  Canon  WUX4000 
Projector Screen Da-Lite Cosmopolitan
Web Camera Vaddio RoboShot 12E
Turntable  Pioneer  PLX-1000 
Document Camera  Wolfvision  VZ-8light
Blu-Ray Player Sony BDP-S1700

 

1.) Desktop Computer (Dell)

The Dell computer

Basic Operating Instructions

  1. Turn on the computer by pressing the power button on the bottom right side of the computer monitor.
  2. Login with your Elon username and password.
  3. Touch the touch screen control to turn on the system. The system will take 45 seconds to warm up.
  4. Select Desktop from computer inputs to display the desktop on the projector screen.
  5. To power the system off, press the System Off button located on the top right of the touch screen control.
  6. To power the desktop computer off, click the Shut Down button (Click the windows button in the bottom left side of the desktop, the Shut Down button is located to the right of the display window)

 

2.) Touch Screen Control (Crestron)

Basic Operating Instructions

  1. Touch the screen to turn on the system. The system will take 45 seconds to warm up.
    A photo of the screen once the system is powered up.
  2. Use the touch screen control to select the desired input (CMPTR, DVD/VCR, TV, CD, Doc Cam, Aux).
  3. Press IMAGE MUTE, located on the top left to mute the screen image.
    A photo of the image mute button in the top left of the screen.
  4. To turn the system off, press the System Off button located on the top right of the touch screen control.
    A photo of the button to power off the system.

Desktop Instructions

  1. Tap on the Desktop tab on the touch panel.
    A photo of the screen under the CMPTR tab on the touch panel.
  2. Turn on the Desktop computer and login with your Elon username and password.

HDMI Instructions

  1. Tap on the HDMI tab on the touch panel.
    A photo of the screen under the CMPTR tab on the touch panel.
  2. Plug in your device using the HDMI cord (2).
    A photo that shows where to plug in the HDMI cord.
  3. Ensure that your device is on.

VGA Instructions

  1. Tap on the VGA tab on the touch panel.
    A photo of the screen under the CMPTR tab on the touch panel.
  2. Plug in your device using the VGA cord (1) and the audio connection for VGA (3).
    A photo that shows where to plug in the VGA cord and the audio connection for VGA.
  3. Ensure that your device is on.

AirMedia Instructions

  1. AirMedia button can be found underneath the computer input tab. A photo of the screen under the CMPTR tab on the touch panel.
  2. An IP address will be displayed in the bottom left corner of the projector screen, type this into a browser on your personal device
  3. If you have not used AirMedia before, you will have to download the software. Follow the directions on the website.
  4. When the AirMedia software opens, it will prompt you for a room code. This is the four digit code found underneath the IP address in the bottom left corner of the projector screen.
  5. Use the functions on the AirMedia software to control your presentation. When you are finished, select disconnect to end your presentation.

Blu-Ray Instructions

  1. The Blu-Ray player is located in the middle of the equipment rack in the work station
  2. Insert your Blu-Ray into the player.
  3. Tap on the Blu-Ray tab on the touch panel.
    A photo of the screen under the Blu-ray tab on the touch panel.
  4. The touch panel will display Blu-Ray controller buttons.
  5. Use the buttons displayed to control the Blu-Ray player.

TV Instructions

  1. Tap on the TV tab on the control panel.
    A photo of the screen under the TV tab on the touch panel.
  2. Use the arrows on the right to scroll up and down through the channels or use the numbers to select a specific channel.

CD Instructions

  1. The CDs can be played from the Blu-Ray player.
  2. Insert your CD into the computer.
  3. Tap on the CD tab on the touch panel.
    A photo of the screen under the CD tab on the touch panel.
  4. The touch panel will display CD controller buttons.
  5. Use the buttons displayed to control the CD player.

Document Camera Instructions

  1. Select Doc Cam on the touch screen control.
    A photo of the screen under the Doc Cam tab on the touch panel.
  2. Document camera is ready for use.
  3. Adjustments to zoom or lamp use can be made on the touch screen control.

AUX Instructions

  1. Other devices can be connected via the composite input (5).
    A photo of the cable cubby where other devices can be connected by the composite input.
  2. Tap on AUX tab on the control panel.
    A photo of the screen under the AUX tab on the touch panel.
  3. The touch panel will display the AUX device options.
    You need to bring your own connection for the alternative device that is going to be used

Phonograph

  1. Click on the Aux tab on the touch screen control.
  2. Select the "Phonograph" option.
    A photo of the screen under the AUX tab on the touch panel.
  3. Connect the phonograph using the composite input.

 

3.) Projector (Canon)

The cannon projector

Basic Operating Instructions

  1. Touch the touch screen control to turn on the system. The system will take 45 seconds to warm up.
  2. Use the touch screen control to select the desired input (Desktop, HMDI, VGA, AirMedia, composite, Blu-ray, TV, CD, Doc Cam, and AUX).
  3. Turn the system off by pressing the System Off button located on the top right side of the touch screen control.

 

4.) Turntable (Pioneer)

A photo of a turntable.

Basic Operating Instructions

  1. To power on the turntable, press the power button located in the bottom left of the device.
  2. To start a record, press the START/STOP button lcoated in the bottom left of the device. 
  3. To adjust rotation speed, use the TEMPO slider located on the right side of the device.
  4. To stop a record, press the START/STOP button lcoated in the bottom left of the device.

 

5.) Document Camera (Wolfvision)

A photo of a document camera.

Basic Operating Instructions

  1. Select the document camera on the touch screen control.
  2. Document camera is ready for use.
  3. Adjustments to zoom or lamp use can be made on the touch screen control.
  4. To turn the system off, press the System Off button located on the top right of the touch screen control or select another input to use. 

 

6.) Web Camera (Vaddio)

The Vaddio camera

Basic Operating Instructions

This room is equipped with a Vaddio web camera to use with web conferencing. Please review the articles below for additional information.

Connect Classroom Technology to Zoom
Connect Classroom Technology to Microsoft Teams

 

Additional Room Features

A photo of the built in device inputs at the instructor work station.

  • The cable cubby on the instructor desk has these in device inputs: 1) VGA, 2) HDMI, 3) Audio for VGA, 4) Ethernet, 5) Composite for external devices, and 6) Electrical.
Print Article

Details

Article ID: 77400
Created
Mon 5/6/19 10:01 AM
Modified
Fri 6/28/24 2:32 PM
Internal or External
External