The Crestron Touch Panel controls the AV equipment. If the screen is dark the Crestron may be in sleep mode. Touch the center of the screen to wake it up.
The projection screen may be hidden by a blackboard, slide the blackboard to one side to expose the projection screen. The projection screen is NOT a whiteboard. DO NOT write on it with anything.
The lighting controls are located on the side of the podium.
Quick Instructions for use
Campus Cable The VCR is connected to the campus cable and acts as the tuner.
Audio volume controlsThe audio volume is controlled by 3 buttons to the right of the Crestron screen. "Vol Up" raises the volume. "Vol Dn" lowers the volume. The system volume status is displayed on the main screen which can be seen by pressing the "Projector" button to the left of the Crestron screen. "Mute" temporarily turns off the audio. A screen icon labeled MUTE turns on to indicate that the sound has been muted.
Lighting PresetsThe lights are controlled using two control panels: Lighting Presets and Lighting Zone Controls. Room light levels are also affected by the shades on the windows. Lighting Presets also control the shade levels. The Presets panel has four lighting configurations that are predefined: Lecture 1, Lecture 2, Proj. 1, and Proj. 2. The preset labeled "Proj. 2" is typically the best for using the AV equipment. The Lighting Zone Controls panel will allow you to adjust the lights to your own liking. Select a zone by pressing the button for the zone and then adjust by pressing the up or down arrows at the bottom of the Lighting Zone Control. The shades may be controlled in a similar fashion by pressing one of the presets: Open, Preset 1, Preset 2, Preset 3, or Closed. The shades can be manually adjusted using the up or down arrows at the bottom of the Shade Control.
Shutting down when you are donePressing the "All Off" button on the right of the Crestron panel turns off the projector, VCR, DVD and the audio amplifiers. You will need to turn off the computer, the Star Panel and the Document Camera manually.