Far Beyond Style Systems Help Guide

This is a general help guide for all classrooms with this style touch panel. While the steps and location of buttons are the same regardless of which style room you are in, there may be slight discrepancies in font, color, options and icons, dependent on the slight differences in hardware.

For specific details about your classroom, please refer to the Installed Classroom Equipment Guide or contact Classroom Technology & Support Solutions.

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Step 1: Power on and/or connect your device.

Option A. If using the installed computer, wave the mouse to wake up the computer.

Sign in using your NetID and Password.

Option B. If using your own device, plug in the necessary cables.

In a Computer Station Classroom, locate the 'AUX INPUT' wall plate near the computer.

In a Lectern Style Classroom, locate the 'Cable Cubby' on the surface of the lectern.

Option C. If using Wireless Presentation (where equipped) please follow the on-screen instructions.

Select Wireless Screenshare or Solstice on the touch panel.

The projector will display instructions on how to connect your device.

Please note that your device will need to be connected to the WolfieNet-Secure wifi network to proceed.

 

Step 2: Locate the touch panel and tap the screen to wake up the display.

             Touch panel mounted on wall                                    

       Computer Station - the touch panel will be                                                  Lectern - the touch panel will be the smallest 

         mounted on the wall near the computer                                                                       screen on the lectern

 

Step 3: Turn on the projector by choosing a source from the banner on the top of the screen.

           

  • Selecting from the "Quick Launch" buttons will automatically turn on the projector, lower the screens, route audio, and set lights to presentation mode.
  • Alternatively, press the 'POWER' button in the lower left-hand corner of the screen to turn on the projector. You will need to select the Source once the system powers up. 
 

Step 4: After you make your selection, a "System Starting Up" screen will lock the touch panel while the system warms up.

Far Beyond Warm Up

 

Step 4a: The 'Power' button on the lower left-hand corner of the screen will be colored differently to indicate the projector is on and the chosen source will be indicated on the screen.

 

    

 


Optional steps to navigate system controls:

  • Select the 'Room Elements' button on the bottom of the screen

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*Note* - some rooms may have more or less choices depending on the room configuration.

In the Room Elements page, you can make changes in the room, such as powering on/off projectors and moving screen up/down.
To momentarily blank the projector but not turn if off, tap Image Mute on or tap the 'Image Mute' button on the bottom of the screen.
When Image Mute is active, the button on the bottom of the screen will flash on and off.

 

  • Select the 'Audio' button on the bottom of the screen.

*Note* - some rooms may have more or less choices depending on the room configuration.

In the Audio page, you can control the volume of any microphones, as well as 'program audio' which is the volume for the selected source. 
Changes in these settings do NOT affect any recording or conferencing volume. 

 

  • Select the 'Advanced Routing' button on the bottom of your screen.

   

*Note* - some rooms may have more or less choices depending on the room configuration. 

In the Advanced Routing page, you can move individual sources to different output by selecting an icon from the banner on the top and dragging it into the appropriate Projector and/or Monitor box.
Swipe left along the banner for more sources.
Please note which Source affects your Recording and Audio outputs.

 

  • Select the "Camera Control" button on the bottom.

In the Camera Control page, you can choose from different presets for your recording and/or conference. This page shows a live view of the camera in the room.

 

  • Select the 'Lighting' button on the bottom (Only available in select rooms)

You can choose from a programmed preset or (if possible) dim individual light groups
  • Preset 1 - High
  • Preset 2 - Medium
  • Preset 3 - Low

Step 5: To power off the system, press the 'Power' button in the lower-left hand corner from any page.

                      

 

Step 6: Confirm to power off when prompted

 

Step 6a: After you make your selection, a "System Cool Down" page will lock the touch panel while the system powers off. The system will be ready to be used again once it disappears.

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