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SVP-5500 SVP-5500 Video Presenter Video Presenter User’s Guide User’s Guide
Features Various image control Digital features on your Video Presenter provides useful and various image controls including: -Negative/positive image conversion -Brightness and R/B color control -Flicker reduction o -Image rotation up to 180 -Image Freeze (SVP-5500DX only) Input source selection You can quickly switch between your computer presentation and your document presentation with the INT/EXT button on the control panel or on the remote control. Flexible and rotatable head The camera hea
Table of Contents Safety Precautions ......................................... 2 Unpacking ...................................................... 3 Your video presenter ...................................... 4 Front view ..................................................... 4 Rear view ...................................................... 5 Controls .......................................................... 6 on the Control panel ....................................... 6 on the Remote control .
Safety precautions Follow these safety instructions when setting 10. Never push objects of any kind through up and using your Video Presenter: cabinet slots. Never spill liquid of any kind into the presenter. 1. Do not place the presenter on an unstable cart, stand, or table. 11. Except as specifically explained in this User’s Guide, do not attempt to service this 2. Do not use the presenter near water or product yourself. Refer all servicing to sources of heat. qualified service personnel. Open
Unpacking When you unpack your Video Presenter, make sure that you have all these components. Remote Audio/Video *1 control Power cable cables This User’s Guide S-video *2 USB cable cable Diskettes containing SVP-5500 program Dust Adapter lens and USB driver, and cover and lens cap *2 its User’s Guide *1 The shape of power cable may differ, depending on your country. *2 Available for SVP-5500DX only. Optional accessories LCD monitor Sub camera 3
Your video presenter Front view Camera head o Head lock button Rotatable 120 to top or bottom o and 270 to right or left. Use the button to rotate Lens adjuster the camera head. Use the switch to adjust the lens angle. Main lock button Arm lock button Use the button to adjust the height of the camera head. Arm Use the switch to raise or fold the main pole. Head lamp Head lamp Control Panel See page 6. Light box Handle IR sensor Receives the signals from the remote control. Handle is located in
Rear view Power connector 2 5 1 Connects to AC power outlet USB connector (100-240V AC, 50/60Hz, 2A). (SVP-5500DX only) VIDEO IN VIDEO OUT CAUTION: FOR CONTINUED PROTECTION SUB AGAINST A RISK OF FIRE, CAMERA REPLACE ONLY WITH T2A 250V FUSE. 1212 RS-232C VGA IN USB LCD S-VIDEO MIC AUDIO IN AUDIO OUT 100-240V AC, 50/60HZ, 2A Connects optional microphone. RS-232C jack S-VIDEO jack 4 3 Used to connect to PC Sends video signals from your Video through a serial port. Presenter to a TV equipped with S
Controls You can find the same function buttons both on the control panel of your SVP-5500 and the remote control. You can use any of them to perform the function. on the Control panel Allows to choose the signal input to be displayed. INT: Internal signal out from this unit. EXT: External signal out from AV device (if connected to this unit). Enlarges or reduces Used to turn the image size on power on and the screen. Turns the head lamps off. and/or lightbox on or off. ZOOM INT/EXT LAMP AWC Ad
on the Remote control 1 POWER Turns power on and off. 2 INT/EXT Allows to choose the signal input to be displayed. 3 NEGA/POSI Switches image negative or positive. 1 4 LAMP Turns the head lamps and/or lightbox on or off. 5 FOCUS 2 3 Allows to focus an object. F: Used to focus an object which is in the far distance. N: Used to focus an object being close. AF: Used to focus automatically. 4 6 RED/BLUE/AWC Adjusts the image color. R +/- : Adjusts the red color. 6 B +/- : Adjusts the blue color. A
Setting up While you pull the main lock button Raise the head lamps at both sides. toward the front of the presenter, lift the arm. Main lock button Holding the head, adjust the angle Remove the lens cap. of the head. 8
While you hold the arm lock button, Adjust the angle of the lamps pull up the head to adjust the height. properly. Arm lock button Connect the output and another input Plug the power cord in. device properly according to your needs. (See pages 10 through 13.) 230V 120V 9
5 4 3 2 1 0 Connecting to output device TV or Monitor Connect a TV or monitor to this presenter to display the projected image using the AV cables or S-video cable. If you use an optional microphone or if your presentation includes sound effects which is received from AUDIO IN jack, you need to connect the audio cable to AUDIO OUT jack. Connection Connect the yellow plug to the video input Connect the yellow plug to the VIDEO and white plug to the OUT and white plug to AUDIO OUT jack. audio in
5 4 3 2 1 0 Desktop computer For SVP-5500DX, connect a desktop PC using USB cable and install the supplied SVP-5500 program. You can see the projected image on the PC monitor and control the image as a graphic file using the program. RS-232C connection is available for advanced user. If you connect a PC with RS-232C cable, you should set up your PC and make your own program to control the projected image on PC. Ask your dealer for further details. USB connection (SVP-5500DX only) CAUTION: FOR
Connecting external input AV device If you want to use image from external video source such as as VCR, camcorder, laser disk player, DVD player, or any other compatible AV device, connect the device to your presenter. With the INT/EXT button on the presenter, you can switch the input source during presentation from this external source and the internal signal from the presenter. If you wish to use audio, connect the audio cable between the AV device and your presenter. Connection Connect the
Computer If you connect computer through VGA IN port, you can receive video signal from the computer. Connection (SVP-5500DX only) VIDEO IN VIDEO OUT CAUTION: FOR CONTINUED PROTECTION SUB AGAINST A RISK OF FIRE, CAMERA REPLACE ONLY WITH T2A 250V FUSE. 1212 0/60HZ, 2A RS-232C VGA IN USB LCD S-VIDEO MIC AUDIO IN AUDIO OUT Connect to VGA IN terminal using the VGA cable from the computer. VGA IN terminal is available for SVP-5500DX only. Connect to VGA port on the computer equipped with XGA, SVG
Using the presenter To see the image received from external device Set up your video presenter properly. (see page 8 and 9.) Connect the input device from which you want to receive the image and the output device on which you want to see the image. (see pages 10 through 13.) Turn the power of the input and output device, and the video presenter on. ZOOM POWER POWER IRIS When the video presenter is powered on, the head lamps turn on. To turn it off, press LAMP button of the presenter. INT/E
30 30 5m 5m 12m Effective range of the remote control When using the remote control, always aim it directly at the remote control receive window of your video presenter. Refer to the figure at the right side for acceptable range. Choose the video source with the INT/EXT button of the presenter. INT/EXT INT/EXT LAMP AWC AF NEGA/POSI FREEZE Each time you press the button, the display shows EXT1 OUT, EXT2 OUT, AUX OUT, VGA OUT, INT OUT. EXT1 OUT, EXT2 OUT Choose this mode to see the imag
5 4 3 2 1 0 Using the presenter Continued To project an object on the video presenter Set up your video presenter properly. (see page 8 and 9.) Connect to a TV or monitor to display the image. (see page 10.) Turn the power of the output device and the video presenter on. ZOOM POWER POWER IRIS Place the object on the lightbox, and adjust the head to face the object. If there is no image on the TV or monitor, check if the cable is properly connected, and If you want to rotate the press the IN
5 4 3 2 1 0 5 4 3 2 1 0 Select a proper lighting source with the LAMP button of the presenter. Each time you press the button, head lamps on, lightbox on, then all lighting off. INT/EXT LAMP LAMP AWC AF NEGA/POSI FREEZE Head lamp. Use the head lamps to project paper document and other material, and use lightbox lamp to project transparencies. Lightbox Remove or attach the adapter lens according to the object projected. Rotate the lens to remove or attach it. Adapter lens is required when you p
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