Almeda SMART Table 230i user manual

User manual for the device Almeda SMART Table 230i

Device: Almeda SMART Table 230i
Size: 1,83 MB
Date of adding : 2014-07-10 13:31:05
Number of pages: 36
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SMART Table® 230i
H a r d w a r e u s e r ’ s g u i d e

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Product registration If you register your SMART product, we’ll notify you of new features and software upgrades. Register online at smarttech.com/registration. Keep the following information available in case you need to contact SMART Support. Serial number: Date of purchase: Trademark notice SMART Table, SMART Board, SMART Exchange, SMART Podium, DViT, SMART Notebook, SMART Document Camera, SMART Sync, smarttech, the SMART logo and all SMART taglines are trademarks or registered trademarks of S

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Important information W A R N I N G l Failure to follow the installation instructions shipped with your SMART Table® interactive learning center could result in personal injury and product damage. l Ensure that any cables extending across the floor to your SMART product are properly bundled and marked to prevent a trip hazard. l Make sure an electrical socket is near your SMART product and remains easily accessible during use. l Lock the casters before allowing children to use your table. l Do n

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I M P O R T A N T I N F O R M A T I O N C A U T I ON l Disconnect the power cable only after you turn off the table as documented in this guide and the indicator lights and fans turn off. Disconnecting the power cable at any other time can shorten the life of the projector lamp. l Do not place cords, boxes or other items on the surface of your table. Doing so can scratch the surface. l Do not place heavy items on the surface of your table or expose it to heat. Doing so can damage the surface. l

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Contents Important information i Chapter 1: Getting started 1 About your SMART Table 1 How your SMART Table works 2 What’s included with your SMART Table 3 Using your SMART Table with other SMART products 4 Chapter 2: Using your SMART Table 5 Turning your SMART Table on or off 6 Using SMART Table software 8 Using your SMART Document Camera with your table 9 Chapter 3: Maintaining your SMART Table 11 Cleaning your SMART Table 11 Updating the software 11 Orienting the image 12 Replacing the projec

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Chapter 1 Chapter 1: Getting started About your SMART Table 1 How your SMART Table works 2 What’s included with your SMART Table 3 The SMART Table USB drive 3 Power cable 3 Keys 4 Projector remote control 4 Installation instructions 4 Warranty information 4 Using your SMART Table with other SMART products 4 This guide is intended for teachers and application developers. It introduces you to SMART Table software and explains how to use, maintain and troubleshoot your table. N OT E For information

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C H A P T E R 1 Getting started SMART Table software includes interactive applications, learning activities and educational games. You can also download any of the SMART Table activity packs or applications available on the SMART Exchange™ website (exchange.smarttech.com) and customize the activities using SMART Table Toolkit. Install and run the toolkit on your computer and then transfer your activity packs using a USB drive or SMART Sync software. You can use your table with other SMART produc

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C H A P T E R 1 Getting started What’s included with your SMART Table Your table includes the following items: l SMART Table USB drive l Power cable l Keys l Projector remote control l Installation instructions l Warranty information The SMART Table USB drive The USB drive contains the SMART Table Toolkit software as well as links to user’s guides. Use the USB drive to do the following: l Install the SMART Table Toolkit on a Windows® or Mac computer l Install new activity packs and applications

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C H A P T E R 1 Getting started If you must extend the power cable across the floor, ensure it’s properly marked to prevent a trip hazard. SMART Technologies recommends that you connect the power cable to a power bar rather than directly to an outlet. If you lose the cable, or if it becomes damaged, contact your support representative for a replacement. Keys The keys allow you to lock the cabinet to prevent unwanted access to the computer and projector. Store the keys in a convenient, safe locat

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Chapter 2 Chapter 2: Using your SMART Table Turning your SMART Table on or off 6 Turning on your SMART Table 6 Turning off your SMART Table 7 Using SMART Table software 8 Student mode 8 Teacher mode 8 Switching modes without inserting a USB drive 9 Using your SMART Document Camera with your table 9 After you set up your SMART Table as documented in the SMART Table 230i textless installation instructions (smarttech.com/kb/170197) it’s ready to use. C A U T I ON Do not leave objects on the table’s

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C H A P T E R 2 Using your SMART Table Turning your SMART Table on or off After you set up your SMART Table, you can turn it on or off by following these procedures. Turning on your SMART Table g To turn on your table 1. Connect the power cable to an outlet or to a power bar and then turn on the power bar. N OT E SMART recommends connecting the power cable to a power bar. 2. Push the Reset button located on the side of your table. Your SMART Table computer and projector turn on. The computer com

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C H A P T E R 2 Using your SMART Table Turning off your SMART Table N OT E S l You can’t use the Reset button to turn off the SMART Table. l If you press the Reset button for more than 30 seconds, the computer restarts but the projector stays on. The following procedure shows the correct way to turn off your SMART Table. g To turn off your table From the SMART Table Activities menu, press . 1. The button moves to another corner. 2. Repeat step 1 for the number of students you’ve set up your tabl

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C H A P T E R 2 Using your SMART Table Using SMART Table software SMART Table Activities starts automatically when you turn on the table. The SMART Table Activities menu has two modes, Student and Teacher. Student mode Student mode is the default mode. It enables students to launch activities that were specifically designed for students in early primary grades. Teacher mode Teacher mode appears when you connect a USB drive to one of the USB receptacles located on the outside of your table. This

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C H A P T E R 2 Using your SMART Table Switching modes without inserting a USB drive You can also switch from Student mode to Teacher mode without inserting a USB drive. g To switch from Student mode to Teacher mode without a USB drive 1. Hold five fingers down on the center of the table. After approximately 10 seconds, the Cog wheel icon appears in one corner of the table. 2. While maintaining finger pressure on the center of the table, press the Cog wheel icon with your other hand. The menu sw

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C H A P T E R 2 Using your SMART Table 3. Select an application such as Media or SMART Notebook software that supports the use of the document camera. The document camera icon appears on the table’s desktop. You can now capture images directly from the camera onto the table's screen. 10

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Chapter 3 Chapter 3: Maintaining your SMART Table Cleaning your SMART Table 11 Updating the software 11 Installing software updates 11 Orienting the image 12 Replacing the projector lamp 14 Your SMART Table requires minimal maintenance. This chapter describes the four most common maintenance tasks. Cleaning your SMART Table Use an alcohol-free household glass cleaner, such as Windex® glass cleaner, to clean the surface at regular intervals. You can also use a vinegar and water or a bleach and wa

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C H A P T E R 3 Maintaining your SMART Table your table computer against the latest version available on the downloads page of the SMART website (smarttech.com/downloads). Orienting the image Whenever you or a student touch the table’s surface, a small × or • should appear directly below the touch point. If the × or • doesn’t align with your touch point, you might need to orient the image. N OT E Your SMART Table is sensitive to infrared radiation and can interpret bright light as touches. It co

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C H A P T E R 3 Maintaining your SMART Table 4. Press your finger on the center of the first target until the red cross moves to the next target, and then repeat this step for each target. The display changes to the edge orientation mode and eight arrows appear around the edge of the screen. 5. Use your finger to drag the highlighted arrow to the edge of the screen. The arrow changes to a + symbol and the next arrow is highlighted. 6. Repeat step 5 for all remaining arrows. When you complete the

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C H A P T E R 3 Maintaining your SMART Table 7. Disconnect your USB drive. OR Press the Cog wheel icon. The menu changes from Teacher mode to Student mode. Replacing the projector lamp The average life of a projector lamp is 2,000 hours. When the projector lamp has been used for 2,000 hours or more, the following message appears on the SMART Table surface: It is tim e t o r e p l a c e t he l amp . U se t he p roc e dur e i n t he U ser ’ s Gui de to rep lac e t h e l a m p a s s oon a s p oss i


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