Javits Lecture Hall Systems Help Guide 2.0

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 AV.

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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.                                                                                                 

Make sure the SMART monitor on the surface of the lectern is also powered on.

Log on using your NetID and password

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

Locate the AUX input plate on the surface of the lectern. Plug into the Computer Input

An additional AUX input plate is located on the side of the lectern if needed.

 

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

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Step 3: Turn on the projector by tapping the "Power On" button.

 

Step 4: A"System Starting Up" screen will lock the touch panel while the system warms up.

 

Step 5: Select the 'Sources' button on the top of the screen.

 

In the Sources page, send individual sources to different output by "sending" the appropriate source to each display. 

If you are using the built-in computer, select "Lectern Computer Main" in each "send to" row.

If you are using your own device, select "Laptop One" in each "send to" row.

For the AUX inputs on the side of the lectern, select "Auxiliary Inputs"
Please note which Source affects your Recording and Audio outputs.

 


Optional steps to navigate system controls:

  • Select the 'Audio' button on the top of the screen

In the Audio page, you can control the volume of individual sources and microphones . 
Changes in these settings do NOT affect any recording or conferencing volume.

 

  • Select the 'Lights' button on the top of the screen.

In the Lights page, you can choose from a programmed preset to control the lights.

 

  • Select the 'Camera' button on the top of the screen.

In the Camera Control page, you can choose from different presets for your recording and/or conference. 

Step 6: To power off the system, press the 'Power' button in the lower-left hand corner from any page.

 

Step 7: Confirm to power off when prompted

 

Step 7a: After you make your selection, a "Cooling 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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