HUM 216 218 Classroom AV Instructions

Tags HUM216 HUM218

HUM 201 214 216 218 Classroom

HUM 201 214 216 218 Button Panel

To turn on the Projector and Flat Panel TV

  • Press the DISPLAY ON button on the Crestron Button Panel
  • Please do not press any other buttons while DISPLAY ON is blinking
  • The screen will lower automatically
  • The projector and TV will always display the same video
  • The projector and TV will always power on/off together

To display the Computer

  • Power on the computer and log in
  • On the Crestron Button Panel, press the PC button
  • DVDs may be played through the computer

To display the Document Camera

  • Press the Doc Camera button on the Crestron Button Panel
  • The document camera will turn on automatically

To display a Laptop

  • Power on laptop
  • Connect your laptop to the VGA cable and 1/8" mini audio cable
  • On the Crestron Button Panel, press the Laptop button
  • A LAN cable is provided if wireless is not used
  • If your laptop does not display correctly on the screen, press the Auto Image button

To display an image from an HDMI source

  • HDMI and port is provided on the connection panel located at the front of the desk, above the computer
  • Connect your equipment
  • On the Crestron Button Panel, press the HDMI button

To play audio from your Phone or iPad/iPod

  • Connect your device to the laptop audio cable
  • Select Laptop on the button panel

To display the AppleTV

To use Lecture Capture in HUM201 and HUM214

  • Crestron Capture is available in HUM201 and HUM214
  • For more information, go to Crestron Capture

Other Information

  • Laptop Audio will play the audio of the device plugged into the laptop audio cable - the current video source will not change
  • Display Mode will cycle through the projector's display modes
  • Volume is adjusted by a knob on the Crestron Button Panel
  • Use the up and down buttons on the Five Way Navigation Pad to manually control the screen
  • At the end of class, press the DISPLAY OFF button to turn off the projector
  • Shut down the computer at the end of class
  • Never touch the ceiling mounted LCD projector - it is alarmed

For more information, walk in to the Service Desk in Humanities 103 or call 845-257-HELP (4357).
To request technology assistance and support, submit a ticket.
For a one-on-one demonstration of classroom AV technology, request an orientation.


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