Presentation on theme: " Power Cable-plug in when ready to project. Audio/Video Cable- attach per directions on the next slide. Mark your spot-you may wish to use tape on."— Presentation transcript:
Power Cable-plug in when ready to project. Audio/Video Cable- attach per directions on the next slide. Mark your spot-you may wish to use tape on the floor to mark your spot for quick set up.
Unplug the black cables and reconnect the original cables. Roll up the power cable and black A/V cable. Lock the cabinet.
Push the power button on the top of the projector. Look for blue lights on the projector when the power is on. Allow a minute or two for the projector to fully illuminate. Do not panic if the image is off center. It will auto-adjust.
A single, flashing blue light indicates that the projector may be powered on. A single, solid blue light indicates that the projector is cooling and may not be powered on until the cooling cycle is complete.
Push the power button twice. Look for a single, solid blue light as the projector cools. You will not be able to turn the projector back on until it has cooled. Projectors do not automatically turn off. Power down projectors each day to preserve bulb life.
No picture? Check to be sure all cables are plugged in securely. Check to be sure the projector power is on. Be sure your computer is turned on and logged in. Is the input switch in the correct positions? Down=DVD/VCR Up=Computer
No sound? Is the audio cable plugged in to the computer? Adjust volume on the computer. Click sound icon on the toolbar to activate the volume window. Check volume control on speakers.
Enter a help request if the preceding steps do not correct your technical issue.
Why didn’t you ask me where I wanted my projector installed? The team will install 700 projectors, sound systems, and screens in under 3 months. There would not be enough time to meet with each teacher individually. We want a standard look and feel in every classroom. Your choice of location might not be the same as that of another teacher. Teachers may not keep the same classroom year after year. Permanent installations cannot be easily moved to accommodate preferences.
Who pays for replacement bulbs? Schools will be responsible for replacement bulbs. Be sure to turn off projectors when not in use to extend bulb life. What am I supposed to do with this thing? Enhance teaching and learning in your classroom! Need ideas? Click here for ways to use a projector in ANY classroom.here
Why didn’t my spouse at the elementary school get a projector? Cost. We would love to have a projector in every classroom, but funds are limited. Elementary schools will receive 5 mobile carts with projectors and sound systems that will be shared by grade levels. Can I play a CD through the speakers without using the projector? No.
Why don’t I have a video splitter for my projector on a cart? We are aware of this and are checking our contract to see if these should be a part of the install. Will new trailers at the middle schools and high schools get the projector on a cart setup? Yes!