McEwen 210

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Web Camera

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

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Room Summary

Photo of the McEwen 210  room number with the room schedule located below Photo of the space with stationary student desks taken from the front of the classroom Photo of the classroom taken from the back of the room showing student desks, the exit, the instructor's station, a whiteboard and smaller projection screen Photo of the back of the instructor's station showing the iMac and the crestron control panel
Located on the second floor of McEwen, this room serves as a classroom with seating available for 35 people (four of which are left-handed desks). This classroom includes a projector and a touch panel controlling the entire room.

How to Use Room: Base Level Operations

  1. Touch the screen control to turn on the system. The system will take 30 seconds to warm up.
  2. Use the touch screen control to select the desired input (Comp, DVD, VCR, CD, and AUX).
    Laptop/Device inputs are built into the top of the work station.
  3. Turn on the computer by pressing the power button on the bottom-left of the display
    The desktop computer in the room is the default computer.
  4. Login with your Elon username and password.
  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 Apple button on the top left side of the home screen).

Available Technology

Below is a list of all the technology available in McEwen 210.

Equipment Manufacturer Model/Type
1.) Touch Screen Control Crestron TPMC-9
2.) Desktop Computer MAC iMac
3.) Projector Canon REALis WUX6000

1.) Touch Screen Control (Crestron)

Basic Operating Instructions

  1. Touch the screen to turn on the system. The system will take 30 seconds to warm up.
    Photo of crestron control touch panel with showing the initial screen with instructions to touch the screen to begin
  2. Use the touch screen control to select the desired input (Comp, DVD, VCR, CD, and AUX).
  3. Press IMAGE MUTE, located on the top left to mute the screen image and adjust the height of the projector screen.
    Photo of crestron control touch panel displaying the un-mute screen
  4. To turn the system off, press the System Off button located on the top right of the touch screen control.
    Photo of crestron control touch panel showing the shutdown screen

Desktop Instructions

  1. Tap on the Desktop tab on the touch panel.
    Photo of crestron control touch panel with computer tab active
  2. Turn on the Desktop computer and login with your Elon username and password.

VGA Instructions

  1. Tap on the VGA tab on the touch panel.
    Photo of crestron control touch panel with computer tab active
  2. Plug in your device using the VGA cord (5) and the audio connection for VGA (3).
    Photo of the cable cubby with power outlets, inputs, audio cable, vga cable, and network cable identified by number
  3. Ensure that your device is on.

DVD Instructions

  1. The DVD player is located in the cabinet beneath the computer.
  2. Insert your DVD into the player.
  3. Tap on the DVD tab on the touch panel.
  4. The touch panel will display DVD controller buttons.
  5. Use the buttons displayed to control the DVD player.
    Photo of crestron control touch panel with the DVD tab active

VCR Instructions

  1. The VCR player is located in the cabinet beneath the computer.
  2. Insert your VCR into the player.
  3. Tap on the VCR tab on the touch panel.
  4. The touch panel will display VCR controller buttons.
  5. Use the buttons displayed to control the VCR player.
    Photo of crestron control touch panel with the VCR tab active

CD Instructions

  1. The CDs can be played from the Dell CPU.
  2. Insert your CD into the player.
  3. Tap on 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.
    Photo of crestron control touch panel with the CD tab active

AUX Instructions

  1. Other devices can be connected via the composite input (2).
    Photo of the cable cubby with power outlets, inputs, audio cable, vga cable, and network cable identified by number
  2. Tap on AUX tab on the control panel.
    Photo of crestron control touch panel with the aux tab active
  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.

2.) Desktop Computer (MAC)

Photo of the iMac installed at the instructor's station Photo of the iMac screen ready for a user name and password

Basic Operating Instructions

  1. Turn on computer by pressing the power button on the bottom-left of the monitor.
  2. Login with your Elon username and password.
  3. Touch the touch screen control to turn on the system. The system will take 30 seconds to warm up.
  4. Select Desktop from CMPTR 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 Apple button on the top left side of the home screen).

3.) Projector (Canon)

Photo of the ceiling mounted projector

Basic Operating Instructions

  1. Touch the touch screen control to turn on the system. The system will take 30 seconds to warm up.
  2. Use the touch screen control to select the desired input (Desktop, DVD, VCR, CD, and AUX).
  3. Turn the system off by pressing the System Off button located on the top-right of the touch screen control.

Additional Room Features

Photo of the cable cubby with power outlets, inputs, audio cable, vga cable, and network cable identified by number

  • Installed in the top of the instructor work station is a cable cubby which provides inputs for: 1.) Electrical, 2.) Composite for external devices, 3.) Audio for VGA, 4.) Ethernet, and 5.) VGA.

Details

Article ID: 77733
Created
Tue 5/7/19 12:04 PM
Modified
Thu 1/20/22 5:14 PM
Internal or External
External