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1 E-Learning Jamaica Co. Ltd. Care of Equipment

2 Document Camera

3 How can it be used? Take pictures of anything under the camera Display a 3 dimensional object to make it easier to view as a class. Display a microscope slide. Take pictures of anything under the camera Display a 3 dimensional object to make it easier to view as a class. Display a microscope slide.

4 How can it be used? Display printed materials with or without the stage. Use it for reading Show a printed graphic organizer to complete (whole or guided reading) Place worksheets under the camera Work problems on them by placing a blank piece of paper on the stage and save the problems for later use to review with the students. Display printed materials with or without the stage. Use it for reading Show a printed graphic organizer to complete (whole or guided reading) Place worksheets under the camera Work problems on them by placing a blank piece of paper on the stage and save the problems for later use to review with the students.

5 Care Do not hold the camera itself when moving to focus on the stage. This could inadvertently damage the camera When adding the lighting attachment to camera, do not release it until you hear a very distinctive snapping sound. That attachment is very expensive and if it falls it could be permanently damaged. Do not hold the camera itself when moving to focus on the stage. This could inadvertently damage the camera When adding the lighting attachment to camera, do not release it until you hear a very distinctive snapping sound. That attachment is very expensive and if it falls it could be permanently damaged.

6 Care The goose neck is very flexible and robust. However, do not try to bend the neck excessively at very acute angles as this may damage the goose neck itself.

7 Projector Care Read the user manual that came with your projector. It will include operational information exclusive to your projector. Become familiar with the unit before your first presentation or event. Read the user manual that came with your projector. It will include operational information exclusive to your projector. Become familiar with the unit before your first presentation or event.

8 Projector Care To prolong lamp life, always allow your projector to cool completely before turning off or unplugging. Remember that excessive heat can greatly shorten your lamp life. Do not operate your projector in direct sunlight or near a heat source. Store your projector in a cool, dry area. To prolong lamp life, always allow your projector to cool completely before turning off or unplugging. Remember that excessive heat can greatly shorten your lamp life. Do not operate your projector in direct sunlight or near a heat source. Store your projector in a cool, dry area.

9 Projector Care Do not block the ventilation holes on the projector as this will lead to overheating in a very short time Do not cover the lens while in use with the lens cap, paper, cloth or any other object as this too may lead to overheating or damage to the lens. Do not block the ventilation holes on the projector as this will lead to overheating in a very short time Do not cover the lens while in use with the lens cap, paper, cloth or any other object as this too may lead to overheating or damage to the lens.

10 Projector Care Read the user manual that came with your projector. It will include operational information exclusive to your projector. Become familiar with the unit before your first presentation or event. Read the user manual that came with your projector. It will include operational information exclusive to your projector. Become familiar with the unit before your first presentation or event.

11 Projector Care Avoid using your projector in a smoky environment. This can cause damage to the optics of the unit and can void your warranty. If projector is mounted to the ceiling, be sure that the area near the intake fan is kept clean and not in direct line of air or heat vents. Avoid using your projector in a smoky environment. This can cause damage to the optics of the unit and can void your warranty. If projector is mounted to the ceiling, be sure that the area near the intake fan is kept clean and not in direct line of air or heat vents.

12 Projector Care For optimal image quality, always keep your lens clean. The safest way to clean your lens is with a lens cloth, which can be purchased at a camera store. Do not move/shake the projector or the desk on which it is mounted once in use. Vibrations damage the bulb. For optimal image quality, always keep your lens clean. The safest way to clean your lens is with a lens cloth, which can be purchased at a camera store. Do not move/shake the projector or the desk on which it is mounted once in use. Vibrations damage the bulb.

13 Projector Care DO NOT LEAVE YOUR PROJECTOR RUNNING UNNECCESRRILY. The bulb has a predetermined life which is dictated by the number of hours in use. If you leave the projector running when it is not in use only serves to shorten the life of the bulb. DO NOT LEAVE YOUR PROJECTOR RUNNING UNNECCESRRILY. The bulb has a predetermined life which is dictated by the number of hours in use. If you leave the projector running when it is not in use only serves to shorten the life of the bulb.

14 Scanner Care

15 How often should I clean the scanner? Clean the scanner every day or every other day if reaching the maximum daily duty cycle of the scanner. Clean the scanner weekly if reaching the maximum daily duty cycle spread over a week period. Clean the scanner monthly if the scanner is only used occasionally. Clean the scanner every day or every other day if reaching the maximum daily duty cycle of the scanner. Clean the scanner weekly if reaching the maximum daily duty cycle spread over a week period. Clean the scanner monthly if the scanner is only used occasionally.

16 How do I know if the scanner requires cleaning? When the scanner is jamming multiple times a day. When the scanner is grabbing multiple pages at one time. When the scanner is squeaking as it feeds the page through. When lines appear in the scanned image. When the scanner is jamming multiple times a day. When the scanner is grabbing multiple pages at one time. When the scanner is squeaking as it feeds the page through. When lines appear in the scanned image.

17 What happens if I don’t clean the scanner? Excessive dust on the main pick-up roller will make it appear worn and smooth to the touch, causing the roller to skip across the page instead of grabbing properly. Excessive dust on the rest of feed rollers in the scanner will make a squeaking sound as it feeds the paper through. Excessive dust on the main pick-up roller will make it appear worn and smooth to the touch, causing the roller to skip across the page instead of grabbing properly. Excessive dust on the rest of feed rollers in the scanner will make a squeaking sound as it feeds the paper through.

18 How often should I replace the ADF pad? A worn ADF pad does not push the paper fully against the main pick-up roller causing multiple pages to be fed at one time. The ADF pad can last up to 20,000 scans, however it should be replaced as needed if regular cleaning does not resolve miss-feed issues. A worn ADF pad does not push the paper fully against the main pick-up roller causing multiple pages to be fed at one time. The ADF pad can last up to 20,000 scans, however it should be replaced as needed if regular cleaning does not resolve miss-feed issues.

19 How to Clean the Scanner Things You'll Need: 1 can of air, such as Dust Off Ammonia-free glass 2 clean, non-abrasive cloths Things You'll Need: 1 can of air, such as Dust Off Ammonia-free glass 2 clean, non-abrasive cloths

20 How to Clean the Scanner Turn the scanner off by pressing the "Power" button. Unplug the scanner by removing the power cord from the power source. Open the scanner lid. Remove dust from the hinge area by pointing the nozzle of the can of air at each hinge and spraying Turn the scanner off by pressing the "Power" button. Unplug the scanner by removing the power cord from the power source. Open the scanner lid. Remove dust from the hinge area by pointing the nozzle of the can of air at each hinge and spraying

21 How to Clean the Scanner Spray the glass surface of the scanner with the glass cleaner. Make sure to hold the glass cleaner container several inches away from the surface to allow the cleaner to spread across the surface. Be careful not to get any glass cleaner on the scanner buttons. Spray the glass surface of the scanner with the glass cleaner. Make sure to hold the glass cleaner container several inches away from the surface to allow the cleaner to spread across the surface. Be careful not to get any glass cleaner on the scanner buttons.

22 How to Clean the Scanner Wipe the glass cleaner around the scanner surface with one of the clean cloths, wiping until the glass cleaner dissipates. Repeat Steps 5 and 6 as necessary to remove all visible dirt from the scanner. Wipe the glass cleaner around the scanner surface with one of the clean cloths, wiping until the glass cleaner dissipates. Repeat Steps 5 and 6 as necessary to remove all visible dirt from the scanner.

23 How to Clean the Scanner Remove any remaining dust or lint from the scanner surface by pointing the nozzle of the can of air across the scanner surface and spraying. Allow the glass surface to dry completely for about 5 minutes. Remove any remaining dust or lint from the scanner surface by pointing the nozzle of the can of air across the scanner surface and spraying. Allow the glass surface to dry completely for about 5 minutes.

24 How to Clean the Scanner Close the cover for the glass surface. Wipe the top and sides of the scanner with the clean cloth. Clean the scanner buttons by aiming the nozzle of the can of air at the buttons and spraying for several seconds. Close the cover for the glass surface. Wipe the top and sides of the scanner with the clean cloth. Clean the scanner buttons by aiming the nozzle of the can of air at the buttons and spraying for several seconds.

25 UPS The Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) units are there to protect the computers and devices on the network. The UPS should be checked often to ensure that it is functioning properly. Once the UPS is not functioning it means that all the equipment are at risk and can be damaged. The Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) units are there to protect the computers and devices on the network. The UPS should be checked often to ensure that it is functioning properly. Once the UPS is not functioning it means that all the equipment are at risk and can be damaged.

26 UPS The UPS has two states ONLINE The UPS is functioning properly and is supplying power from the battery to the connected devices BYPASS The UPS is NOT supplying power from the battery but directly from JPS. There is no protection for the devices. Any issues with power will be passed directly to the devices The UPS has two states ONLINE The UPS is functioning properly and is supplying power from the battery to the connected devices BYPASS The UPS is NOT supplying power from the battery but directly from JPS. There is no protection for the devices. Any issues with power will be passed directly to the devices

27 UPS Operation The UPS units should always be in ONLINE mode If the UPS is in BYPASS mode then it provides no protection at all The ratios of PCs to the UPS are 18:1 for the 6KVa unit and 36:1 for the 10KVa unit The UPS units should always be in ONLINE mode If the UPS is in BYPASS mode then it provides no protection at all The ratios of PCs to the UPS are 18:1 for the 6KVa unit and 36:1 for the 10KVa unit

28 UPS Operation If the unit is off, or in BYPASS mode, press and hold the ON button until you hear a beep. The unit will go through a series of diagnostics test and if they all pass then it will go into ONLINE mode. If the tests fail, it will not got o ONLINE mode and you should contact Computer Environmental Soultions at If the unit is off, or in BYPASS mode, press and hold the ON button until you hear a beep. The unit will go through a series of diagnostics test and if they all pass then it will go into ONLINE mode. If the tests fail, it will not got o ONLINE mode and you should contact Computer Environmental Soultions at

29 Network The network is covered by a lifetime warranty (twenty years) by Medianet. If network ports stop working, you simply place a call to them ( ) and schedule a visit for them to rectify the issue Physical damage to the components are not covered under the warranty. The network is covered by a lifetime warranty (twenty years) by Medianet. If network ports stop working, you simply place a call to them ( ) and schedule a visit for them to rectify the issue Physical damage to the components are not covered under the warranty.

30 Care of Your Air Conditioning System You should change it whenever it gets dirty. Depending on the usage, that could range from every three to six months. Once a year be sure that you check the evaporator coil located inside the air handler to make sure there is no dust build up. You should change it whenever it gets dirty. Depending on the usage, that could range from every three to six months. Once a year be sure that you check the evaporator coil located inside the air handler to make sure there is no dust build up.

31 AC Care You should check around the unit and make sure there is no debris on the surface of the condenser that will stop airflow. Also you should check between the fins of the condenser to see that it's not plugged with dead bugs or pollen. You should check around the unit and make sure there is no debris on the surface of the condenser that will stop airflow. Also you should check between the fins of the condenser to see that it's not plugged with dead bugs or pollen.

32 AC Care Spraying the condenser with a hose will usually be good enough to get rid of all the debris. Ensure the rooms are PROPERLY SEALED Do not run some units in the lab while others are off. All units are to be operational at all times once the lab is in use. Spraying the condenser with a hose will usually be good enough to get rid of all the debris. Ensure the rooms are PROPERLY SEALED Do not run some units in the lab while others are off. All units are to be operational at all times once the lab is in use.

33 AC Care The units do not need to be left on while the labs are not in use. The cabinets and the UPSes have their independent mechanisms to prevent overheating. The AC units are not required for this. Do not run the units hen the labs are being swept as it will collect all the dust from the air. This leads to premature malfunction and earlier servicing times. The units do not need to be left on while the labs are not in use. The cabinets and the UPSes have their independent mechanisms to prevent overheating. The AC units are not required for this. Do not run the units hen the labs are being swept as it will collect all the dust from the air. This leads to premature malfunction and earlier servicing times.

34 Dell Equipment All Dell branded equipment are covered under hardware warranty for three years. The date on which the warranty expires can be check by going to the Dell site and putting the service tag number and look for the warranty information All Dell branded equipment are covered under hardware warranty for three years. The date on which the warranty expires can be check by going to the Dell site and putting the service tag number and look for the warranty information

35 Laptops Laptops should not be left in cars (trunk or otherwise) because they can be stolen and the heat WILL cause damage to the LCD (LIQUID Crystal Display) screen. If the laptops fall there is the risk of components being damaged and the LCD screen getting shattered. Laptops should not be left in cars (trunk or otherwise) because they can be stolen and the heat WILL cause damage to the LCD (LIQUID Crystal Display) screen. If the laptops fall there is the risk of components being damaged and the LCD screen getting shattered.

36 Laptops Do not place the laptop on your pillows, beds, blankets or any soft surface in general as this generally leads to the blockage of the ventilation holes. This will lead to over heating If you it must be used on any of the above mentioned surfaces, procure a dock with fans which will raise the unit from the surface thus preventing the risk. Do not place the laptop on your pillows, beds, blankets or any soft surface in general as this generally leads to the blockage of the ventilation holes. This will lead to over heating If you it must be used on any of the above mentioned surfaces, procure a dock with fans which will raise the unit from the surface thus preventing the risk.

37 Laptops Do not put any pressure or heavy objects on top of the laptop (closed or otherwise) and this can lead to damage of the internal components as well as the shattering of the LCD screen. The LCD if shattered is NOT covered under the warranty AC adaptors for the laptops are covered under the warranty and should be replaced without any additional charge. Do not put any pressure or heavy objects on top of the laptop (closed or otherwise) and this can lead to damage of the internal components as well as the shattering of the LCD screen. The LCD if shattered is NOT covered under the warranty AC adaptors for the laptops are covered under the warranty and should be replaced without any additional charge.

38 Server The server is the core of the network and should be backup up regularly. The server is not to ne used as a regular desktop and only by the system administrators. Ensure that both power supplies are plugged into electrical outlets as they provide redundancy in the event one fails The server is the core of the network and should be backup up regularly. The server is not to ne used as a regular desktop and only by the system administrators. Ensure that both power supplies are plugged into electrical outlets as they provide redundancy in the event one fails

39 Server No external person, including those from e-Learning, should gain access to your server without expressed permission from the system administrator or the principal of the school System administrators are to manage their own domains and as such will be held accountable for everything on it! No external person, including those from e-Learning, should gain access to your server without expressed permission from the system administrator or the principal of the school System administrators are to manage their own domains and as such will be held accountable for everything on it!


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