The interacting hardware between you and the Cisco C40 is the Tandberg remote control, (see image below to the right) usually located somewhere on the meeting room table. Click on the image of the remote for a user guide. Point the remote towards the camera before pressing a button.
Pick up the remote control to wake the system from its slumber. The image shown below to the left will appear on the flat panel display
The camera is positioned on top of the flat panel display. To set the camera angle, press any of the small arrow buttons (pan and tilt) or the zoom control button on the remote and a picture in picture will appear in the bottom right hand corner of the flat panel display. Once you are satisfied with the camera setting, press the exit button on the far right at the top of the remote.
Videoconference calls are scheduled and automated by VAVS and are in common teaching rooms usually connected at five minutes to the hour. Once the call has been connected, indicated by the connected room appearing on the flat panel display, a media source (PC, laptop lor document camera) can be added to the conference.
To add a PC presentation to the videoconference, briefly press the Switch to PC button. Press the Layout button to select the preferred screen layout. The layout options are shown at the bottome left of the flat panel.
Connect the laptop to the AV system using the
Duplicate (clone or mirror) tha laptop display and momentarily press the Switch to PC button
To show what is on the document camera/visualiser, press and hold the Switch to PC button until a presentation source pop-up window appears at the bottom left hand corner of the flat panel display. Select Doc Cam and press OK.
Briefly press the Switch to PC button.