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  • 1. Duval County Schools
    Presented by:
    Jessica Coppage, RM Education
    904-383-8861; jcoppage@rmeducation.com
    Danielle Grossman-Wolf, RM Education
    904-451-8503; dgrossman@rmeducation.com
  • 2. RM Classcart
  • 3. Components of the RM Classcart
    Cart
    Power (inside cart, outside cart)
    Electronic Locks
    Projection System
    DVD Player with Tuner
    Sound System (speakers and subwoofer)
    Document Camera*** (requires software to be loaded)
    VGA and Audio Cable
  • 4. RM Classcart Features
    Desk Top Surface
    Pull out Workspace
    Rubber Impact Strip
    Adjustable Shelf
    Powder Coated Finish
    Left and Right Cable openings
    External Power Cord Reel
    Swivel Casters with Locks
    4
  • 5. RM Classcart Lock & Drawer
    Storage Drawer: 7 inch depth
    16 inches width and 17 inches length
    Electronic Keypad Lock
    Programmable
    Code is 0099, but you change if you desire.
    5
    PC and Doc Cam can fit in the drawer.
    +
  • 6. RM Classcart Lock Location
  • 7. Changing the battery in the electronic lock
    What you will need?
    Need a Phillips screw driver.
    Two, AAA Batteries
    What happen if the battery dies when the door is locked?
    If batteries die when cart is locked, you hold a 9 volt battery
    to lock (by the sensors) and it charges enough to open the
    lock.
  • 8. Changing the battery in the electronic lock
  • 9. Removing Classcart Drawer
    If you have difficulty accessing the lock to change the battery, you can remove the drawer from the cart:
    Pull up levers on both sides of the cart drawer and pull out the drawer from the cart.
    This allows you to access the cart screws located on the back side of the lock.
  • 10. Projection System
    Sharp PG-F267 XGA
    Short Throw
    (1024 X 768)
    2500 Lumens
    DLP Projector
    Four Year Warranty
    90 Day Lamp Warranty
    Five to One FREE lamps
  • 11. DLP Projectors Verses LCD Projectors
    Sharp DLP Technology
  • 12. Recommended Sharp Projector Settings
    Eco Lamp Mode
    Increases lamp life
    AV Mute
    Power savings and increases lamp life…
    DLPs do not like to be turned on and off throughout the day.
  • 13. Unique Sharp Remote Features
    Access by using the Pointer, Spot and Effect button.
  • 14. Sharp Short Throw Projector Lens
    Please be very careful when closing the door to the carts to make sure the lens is not catching on the lip of the cart.
    If the projector lens is scratched, it can cause spots on the projected image.
    Please note the lens is not a WARRANTY item, this is considered proper care of the equipment.
  • 15. Sharp Express Repair Program
    If your projector has issues you can contact Sharp:
    1-888-467-4277, Press Option #2
    To expedite calls for service, please have your product model
    Number and serial number available for the product specialist.
    Available from 8am to 8pm - Eastern Standard Time
    For more detailed information on the ER program, please follow this link:
    http://www.sharpusa.com/CustomerSupport/ContactUs/ContactUsProductSupport.aspx
  • 16. RM Classcart DVD Player/Recorder with Tuner
    .
  • 17. RM Classcart DVD Player/Recorder Functions
    DVD Recorder/Player is all about convenience! Progressive scan DVD. It plays MP3, DVD+RW, CDRs, and even JPEG images from a CD so you can have your own slide show.
    ***Cable TV runs through the DVD making it your “CABLE BOX”
    Product has a one year manufacturer warranty.
    Please contact RM with warranty issues.
  • 18. RM Classcart DVD Tuner Functions
    Allows cable to come into the projector.
    Allows local school channel to come into the projector and be viewed on a large format.
    Need a 15 to 20 foot coax cable from wall to back of DVD player in the cart.
  • 19. Connecting the Coax Cable to the DVD Player
    Connect coax
    Cable to input on
    the DVD player.
    The other end of
    coax goes into the
    wall where the
    Television was
    Mounted.
  • 20. RM Classcart DVD Player Troubleshooting
    Make sure power cord is plugged in by confirming unit has power. Look for light on the face of the DVD player.
    (DVD plugs into the power strip located inside the cart.)
    Check all connections to make sure they are secure, including the following:
    Coax cable
    All connections going into the wall-plate
    Be careful connecting coax as most cables have a male to female connection.
  • 21. AverVision CP155Document Camera
  • 22. Connecting the Classcart to the Document Camera
    Cable from doc cam to the computer.
    USB from doc cam to computer in order to
    Capture images/video from the doc cam
    Doc cam power cord
    Audio cable from cart VGA to the computer “headset” input on your laptop.
    BLUE CONNECTION
    BLACK CONNECTION
    VGA cable from cart
    to the doc cam.
  • 23. Connecting a VGA Cables to Your Computer and Document Camera
    Goes into your BLUE connection
    on the document camera VGA port.
    Goes into your audio port in your computer (ALWAYS THE GREEN HEADSET).
    Be careful with the VGA connections as the ports have uneven sides.
  • 24. Connecting Audio to the Computer
    Make sure audio cable is plugged in to the green headset for sound to heard from your computer.
  • 25. Document Camera Features
    Control Panel
  • 26. Loading AverVision Software
    You must have administrative rights to load the software.
    Use CP155 disk that comes in the AverVision box or
    Use CP155 software from the AverVision Web Site:
    http://www.averusa.com/presentation/dl_cp155.asp
    Choose Mac or PC
  • 27. AverVision Software Reference Guide
  • 28. AverVision Software
    • You can load on ANY computer (unlimited license).
    • 29. Makes Doc Cam an interactive tool not a “glorified overhead projector.”
    • 30. Record, annotate and save images for future use.
    • 31. Works on both Mac or PC.
  • AverVision Advanced Settings
  • 32. Additional AverVision On-Line Training
    For more information on using AverVision Software:
    http://www.avermedia-usa.com/presentation/tutorial_av3win.asp
  • 33. AverVision Quick Reference Guides
    http://www.averusa.com/presentation/dl_cp155.asp
    Avermedia has a five year warranty on their products. You
    Can contact customer service at 877-528-7824. They also
    A “live chat” customer support feature on-line.
    Five year manufacturer warranty on the AverVision document camera.
  • 34. RM Classboard Touch
    With Bluetooth Connectivity
  • 35. Bluetooth RM Classboard Touch
    Works with the following computer configurations:
    Mac
    PC with Built in Bluetooth
    PC with no built in Bluetooth
    Main benefits of the Bluetooth RM Classboard Touch:
    No cable required to connect the board to the computer.
  • 36. Caring for your RM Classboard Touch
    DO NOT UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES USE DRY ERASE CLEANER ON THE BOARD’S SURFACE.
    The board is cleaned by using soap and water mixture.
    If you write on the board use only dry erase markers and clean the board that day to insure you board will last.
    The board has a five year warranty from RM.
  • 37. Powering the RM Classboard Touch
  • 38. Installing the RM Classboard Bluetooth
  • 39. Installing the RM Classboard Bluetooth
    Bluetooth is held in place by two screws.
    The RM installers should have connected this during installation.
  • 40. Loading the RM Classboard Software
    You must have administrative rights to load the software.
    Use the Polyvision disk that comes in the Polyvision box or
    Use the Polyvision software from the Web Site
    http://www.polyvision.com/Support/Downloads/tabid/232/CategoryId/18/DownloadTypeId/106/LangId/158/Default.aspx
    Choose Mac or PC
  • 41. Downloading the RM Classboard Drivers
  • 42. Downloading the RM Classboard Drivers
    Once drivers have been loaded, turn off the computer completely.
    Leave computer shut down for two minutes.
    Insert the Polyvision Bluetooth into one of your computer’s USB ports.
    Turn on computer with Bluetooth inserted in the USB port.
  • 43. If you have a PC, please continue to the next slide for directions on whiteboard connectivity. If you have a MAC please continue to the NEXT Stop Sign in this presentation for connecting using your MAC computer.
    Stop and Read Below:
  • 44. Required Bluetooth Setting on Laptops
    On the “Start” toolbar bar, chose the Control Panel.
    Once in Control Panel, chose Administrative Tools.
  • 45. Required Bluetooth Setting on Laptops
    Choose Services Shortcut.
  • 46. Required Bluetooth Setting on Laptops
    Select Bluetooth Support Services.
  • 47. Required Bluetooth Setting on Laptops
    On the General tab, hit the stop button.
  • 48. Required Bluetooth Setting on Laptops
    Move to the Log On Tab, make sure to chose LOCAL SYSTEM ACCOUNT.
    Go back to the General Tab and hit the START button.
  • 49. Connecting to the POLYVISION Adapter to the Classboard Bluetooth- PC Directions
    Now that you the Classboard drivers dowloaded, you are
    ready to connect the board with your computer. Give your
    computer a chance to recognize the Polyvision bluetooth.
    You will see this icon pop up in the system tray.
    Step 1:
    Right click on the Bluetooth icon in the system tray on your desktop.
    Step 2:
    A similar menu will pop up, please select Add Bluetooth Device.
  • 50. Connecting to the POLYVISION Adapter- PC Directions
    Step 3: This screen will appear, follow directions below:
    Select the device is ready to be setup and hit the NEXT button.
  • 51. Connecting to the POLYVISION Adapter- PC Directions
    Step 4: Choose the PV device and follow directions below:
    Select and hit the next button
  • 52. Connecting to the POLYVISION Adapter- PC Directions
    Step 5: Select the Use Passkey found in documentation and type in the passcode 1,2,3,4 and hit next.
    Passcode is 1, 2, 3,4
    Hit next after entering code.
  • 53. Connecting to the POLYVISION Adapter- PC Directions
    Step 6: The computer will connect to the RM Classboard Bluetooth.
  • 54. Connecting to the POLYVISION Adapter- PC Directions
    Final Step: Your Bluetooth is now configured and ready to be used.
    Click on the finish button.
  • 55. Configuring the POLYVISION Driver- PC Directions
    Step 1: Click on the Polyvision board short cut and choose the “Configure Polyvision Driver tab.”
  • 56. RM Classboard Configuration Preferences- PC Directions
    Short-cut to the board driver
    can be found on the desktop to access the configuration. Click to launch configuration options.
    Choose the “best” selection on the
    “projection” tab. This will give you the
    best calibration.
  • 57. Connecting to the POLYVISION Adapter to the Classboard Bluetooth- PC Directions
    Final step is to connect the whiteboard by clicking the “find serial whiteboard button.”
    Once the board is connected you will hear the board “chirp.”
    Now hit the projector button on the board short cuts and this will take you to the calibration screen.
  • 58. Connecting the POLYVISION Adapter to the Classboard Bluetooth- PC Directions
    After you go through the previous steps one time, you
    should automatically connect to the board as long as
    your Polyvision Bluetooth Adapter is inserted in your
    computer…every time you turn on the board, it will
    automatically connect with the “chirp.”
    Then you hit the projection button and the board is ready
    to use.
  • 59. Calibrating the RM Classboard Touch
    Hit the projection short cut button on the board this
    green calibration screen will pop up. Hit each target to
    ensure perfect calibration.
  • 60. Main Short Cut Tools on the RM Classboard
  • 61. More Tools Continued…
  • 62. If you have a MAC, please continue to the next group of slides for directions on whiteboard connectivity. If you have a PC please continue to the Qomo PenPad Section of this presentation.
    Stop and Read Below:
  • 63. Downloading the RM Classboard Drivers
    Once the Polyvision drivers have been loaded, turn off the computer completely.
    Leave computer shut down for two minutes.
    Insert the Polyvision Bluetooth into one of your computer’s USB ports.
    Turn on computer with Bluetooth inserted in the USB port.
  • 64. Connecting the Classboard Bluetooth- MAC
    Here is the device.
  • 65. Connecting the Classboard Bluetooth- MAC
  • 66. Connecting the Classboard Bluetooth- MAC
  • 67. Connecting the Classboard Bluetooth- MAC
  • 68. Connecting the Classboard Bluetooth- MAC
  • 69. Connecting the Classboard Bluetooth- MAC
  • 70. Connecting the Classboard Bluetooth- MAC
  • 71. Connecting the Classboard Bluetooth- MAC
  • 72. Connecting the Classboard Bluetooth- MAC
  • 73. Connecting the POLYVISION Adapter to the Classboard Bluetooth- MAC Directions
    After you go through the previous steps one time, you
    should automatically connect to the board as long as
    your Polyvision Bluetooth Adapter is inserted in your
    computer…every time you turn on the board, it will
    automatically connect with the “chirp.”
    Then you hit the projection button and the board is ready
    to use.
  • 74. RM Summer Training
    Presented by:
    Jessica Coppage, RM Education
    904-383-8861; jcoppage@rmeducation.com
    Danielle Grossman-Wolf, RM Education
    904-451-8503; dgrossman@rmeducation.com
  • 75. Your RM ePad contents
    RM ePad
    3 extra USB ports
    Receiver dongle RM ePad pen
    Batteries Hand straps
  • 76. ePad Features
    Wireless Pen
    LCD menu screen
    Power Button
    Mouse button
    Volume Adjustment
    Active Area
    www.rmepad.com
    Interactive Keyboard
  • 77. How long will my charge last?
    The ePad:
    After charging for 6-8 hours the ePad will last 40 hours continuously!
    The pen will charge for 4 hours with you ePad and will last for 20 hours.
    It can be plugged into your powered laptop to charge or into a wall outlet.
  • 78. Easiteach Software
    Launch the Easiteach software from the desktop icon…
    …or from your program files on the start menu
    Refer to “10 Things I love About Easiteach.”
  • 79. How can I share my Easibook? What if they do not have the Easiteach software?
    http://www.rmeducation.com/easiteach/reader
    Helpful site:
    www.myeasiteach.com
    Just register and you will have access to pre-made Easibooks/Lessons at various levels.
  • 80. Who do I call with issues?
    Contact your school technician and they will determine if they need to create a service ticket or not.
    Be as specific and detailed with the components and problem as you can.
    This will help your internal team determine whether or not to repair in house or send out an RM Education technician.
  • 81. PenPadWireless Tablet
  • 82. Loading the Qomo PenPad Software
    You must have administrative rights to load the software.
    Use the PenPad QIT30 disk that comes in the Qomo box or
    Use the PenPad QIT30 software from the Web Site
    http://www.qomo.com/FileList.aspx?FileType=1
    Choose Mac or PC
  • 83. Qomo PenPad Features
    • Built-in LCD indicator panel
    • 84. Energy saving stylus turns pen on/off
    • 85. A5 high resolution working area
    • 86. Works with Visualizer and Firewire applications
    • 87. Quick & easy installation
    • 88. Supports multiple pairing of up to 30 devices
    • 89. USB dongle stores inside tablet
    • 90. Intuitive express keys control page up/down
    • 91. Pen slot for preventing loss
    • 92. Export notes & annotations into various file formats
    • 93. Unique integrated rechargeable battery
    • 94. Penpad has a one-year warranty from Qomo
  • Charging the Qomo PenPad
    • Connect the tablet to your computer using the USB
    cable.
    • 25 hours of continuous cable free operation.
    • 95. Install AAA battery into pen.
  • Qomo PenPad Tools
  • 96. Qomo Penpad Features
    On Off buttonUSB Receiver storagePage Up and DownPen Cradle
  • 97. Controlling Computer Volume using the Qomo PenPad and Pen
    Place your pen on the inner circle and move it around the circle. This will adjust the computers volume.