Belk Pavilion 200

Room Summary

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Located on the second floor of Belk Pavilion, this room serves as a classroom. This space includes rolling chairs, two white boards, a projector, a control panel, an Extron Wallplate, and a VGA cable.

How to Use Room: Base Level Operations

  1. Press the 'System On' button on the wallplate to turn on the system.
  2. The power button will blink red as it turns on.
  3. Select either the 'VGA' or the 'AUX' button to display your device's screen.
  4. To power off the system, hold down the 'Hold Off' button.

Available Technology

Equipment Manufacturer Model/Type
1.) Control Panel Crestron MPC-M10
2.) Projector Canon WUX6000
3.) Wallplate Extron WP 170

1.) Control Panel (Crestron)

Basic Instructions

  1. Turn on the system by pressing the 'System On' (1) button.
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  2. Select the desired input, 'VGA' (2) or 'AUX'(3) to display your device's screen.
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  3. To mute the device's projected image and audio push the 'Image Mute' (4) button.
    A photo of the 'image mute' button on the control panel.
  4. Adjust the volume by turning the knob marked 'volume' on the control panel to the left to decrease sound.
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  5. Adjust the volume by turning the knob marked 'volume' on the control panel to the right to increase sound.
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  6. To turn off the system, hold down the 'Hold Off' (5) button.
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2.) Projector (Canon)

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Basic Instructions

  1. To turn on the projector and lower the screen, press the 'System On' button on the control panel.
  2. Select the 'VGA' or the 'AUX' button on the control panel to display your device's screen.
  3. Turn off the projector by pressing the 'Hold Off' button on the control panel.

3.) Wallplate (Extron)

  • The Wallplate is located in the lower left hand corner of the room.

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VGA Instructions

  1. Plug one end of the VGA cable into the top of the Wallplate reading, 'Computer In.'
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  2. Plug the 3.5mm cord, connected to the VGA cable, into the 'Audio In' port located directly below the VGA port.
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  3. Take the other end of the VGA cable and plug it into your device.
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Not all computers have a VGA port -- a mini DisplayPort VGA adapter may be necessary.

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Auxiliary Instructions

  1. Use the auxiliary cables to connect devices other than a laptop to the projector such as a DVD player or a VCR.
  2. Plug in each of the three auxiliary cable connectors to the bottom three AV jacks of the Wallplate labeled, 'Video In,' 'Audio In (L),' 'Audio In (R).'
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  3. Use the auxiliary cables to connect your device to the projector.
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Details

Article ID: 77416
Created
Mon 5/6/19 10:22 AM
Modified
Mon 10/5/20 8:54 AM
Internal or External
External