Sony PCS-TL33 user manual

User manual for the device Sony PCS-TL33

Device: Sony PCS-TL33
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Date of adding : 2014-06-28 17:34:17
Number of pages: 129
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3-277-722-11 (1)
Video
Communication
System
Operating Instructions (Version 2.0)
Before operating the unit, please read this manual thoroughly and
retain it for future reference.
PCS-TL33
© 2007 Sony Corporation

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English This equipment has been tested and found to comply with Owner’s Record the limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant to Part 15 The model and the serial numbers are located at the rear. of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide Record the serial number in the space provided below. reasonable protection against harmful interference when Refer to these numbers whenever you call upon your Sony the equipment is operated in a commercial environment. dealer regarding this

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Table of Contents Precautions ......................................................................................8 Chapter 1 Installation and Preparation Using This Manual ...........................................................................9 Features..........................................................................................10 System Components .....................................................................11 Basic System Components ...............................

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Device Setup Menu ............................................................................. 25 Audio Setup Menu............................................................................... 27 Network Setup Menu........................................................................... 27 Communication Mode Menu............................................................... 29 Administrator Setup Menu .................................................................. 32 Display Setup Menu .

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Adjusting the Picture Quality .............................................................. 57 Adjusting the Volume ......................................................................... 57 Cutting Off the Sound Momentarily - Mic Off Function.................... 57 Cutting Off the Sound On Answering - Mic Off Function ................. 57 Synchronizing Audio and Video - Lip Sync Function ........................ 57 Reducing Echo - Echo Canceller...............................................

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Chapter 5 Data Conference Using Data Solution Module Installing the Data Solution Module.............................................72 Connection Example Using the Data Solution Module ..............73 Using Video From Connected Equipment for a Conference .....74 Operating the System During a Conference........................................ 74 Chapter 6 Encrypted Videoconference via LAN Preparing for an Encrypted Videoconference via LAN ..............77 Starting an Encrypted Videoconferen

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Receiving a Call While PC Screen Is Shown...................................... 89 Adjusting the Picture Quality on the Display..............................89 Display Setup Menu for Videoconference .......................................... 89 Display Setup Menu for the Computer Picture ................................... 90 Differences in Wide Mode Settings .................................................... 91 Chapter 9 Web Control Function Open the Web Page ...............................

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The white flecks especially tend to be seen in the following cases: Precautions � when operating at a high environmental temperature � when you have raised the gain (sensitivity) Operating or storage location Aliasing When fine patterns, stripes, or lines are shot, they may Avoid operating or storing the system in the following appear jagged or flicker. locations: � Extremely hot or cold places � Humid or dusty places Note on laser beams � Places exposed to strong vibration Laser beams may da

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Chapter 1 Installation and Preparation Installation and 1 Chapter Preparation Chapter 7: Videoconference Using SIP This chapter guides you how to conduct a videoconference Using This Manual using SIP with an IP phone, etc. Installing the optional SIP software is required for a session using SIP. The chapters cover the following contents; please read the Chapter 8: Use as Computer Display chapters that may be required for your type of This chapter shows you how to use the Video videoconf

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Chapter 1 Installation and Preparation QoS (Quality of Service) function for optimization of bandwidth and traffic Features packet through network “Packet Resend Request” and “Adaptive Rate Control” The PCS-TL33 Video Communication System is a functions incorporated, allowing solution for busy network videoconferencing system that allows natural, face-to-face traffic or packet loss, which provides consistent high- communications with a remote party by transmitting and quality communica

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Chapter 1 Installation and Preparation Automatic and manual image capturing During point-to-point communication, several still images System Components of the remote party are automatically captured and saved in the memory of the Video Communication System. You can use these images for your Phone Book. The PCS-TL33 Video Communication System is If a “Memory Stick” is inserted, you can manually capture composed of basic system components for a basic a still image of the remote party duri

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Chapter 1 Installation and Preparation Optional Equipment Names and Functions of The following optional devices are used to enhance your Parts videoconference. Unit Description PCS-TL33 Video Communication Data Solution Module PCSA- Serves for transmitting the DSM1 display image of a System connected computer and also allows connection of a projector for displaying the Front view computer image. 1234 9 q; qa 5 qs PCS-A1 Microphone Omni-directional 6 qd microphone that picks up qf 7

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Chapter 1 Installation and Preparation i Online lamp a Rear cover Shows mainly the incoming/outgoing call status. Removing this cover gives access to the connector panel. The connecting section between the stand and the display j (Mic Off) button and indicator is also located behind the panel. You can adjust the height Lets you suppress the sound from the local system. Press of the display by changing the screw positions. the button again to resume sending the sound to the remote system.

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Chapter 1 Installation and Preparation e PC port Indicator Status Meaning This connector is used when the same mouse is to be used 100/ Lit orange 100 Mbps for the PCS-TL33 and for a computer connected to the 10 Mbps Out 10 Mbps RGB IN connector. Link the connector to a USB port on * The indicator is lit while the system is starting up. If abnormal temperature the computer. is detected, the indicator flashes and power turns off. Note PCSA-DSM1 Data Solution Module Use a USB cable that is

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Chapter 1 Installation and Preparation To attach the rear cover Push the cover in while aligning the four stubs. System Connections This section describes the typical system connections. About the Connectors The connectors of the system are located under the rear cover. Remove the cover to make connections, and then replace the cover again. To remove the rear cover Pull the rear cover toward you. Connection Precautions Warning � Use only the supplied AC adapter and power cord. � When connec

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Chapter 1 Installation and Preparation 3 Tighten the 4 screws using a coin or a similar object to secure the stand. Adjusting the Height of the Display The stand and the display section of the PCS-TL33 are joined by fastening screws. There are three sets of screw holes, spaced 25 mm apart. In the factory default condition, the display is fixed in the lowest position. By choosing a different set of screw holes, you can change the height of the display. 1 Remove the rear cover of the uni

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Chapter 1 Installation and Preparation The indicator of the switch lights up in orange and power to the Video Communication System comes on. When Turning the System On/ powering on is complete, the indicator lights up in green. The launcher menu appears on the display and the picture Off of the local camera is also shown. This section describes how to turn the Video Launcher menu Communication System on and off. Before turning the system on, make sure that system connections have been co

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Chapter 1 Installation and Preparation accidental problem such as a power interruption during Adjusting the Picture Quality upgrading. If the Data Solution Module or other equipment is not recognized properly after power is restored, consult a Use the Display Setup menu to adjust the picture quality. Sony dealer. For details, see the section “Adjusting the Picture Quality on the Display” on page 89. Turning the System Off 1 Press the (Power) switch twice. Displaying Help After pressing t

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Chapter 1 Installation and Preparation 2/2 Setting Up the System for DHCP Mode Auto Off Host Name the First Time — Initial IP Address Network Mask Gateway Address Setup Wizard DNS Address Design and specifications are subject to change without notice. When you turn on the Video Communication System for End Back the first time after installation, the setup wizard appears on the display. The items configured with the wizard can be changed later DHCP Mode: Sets the DHCP (Dynamic Host usi

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Chapter 1 Installation and Preparation Using the Menu The Video Communication System uses the on-screen menus to make various adjustments and settings. This section gives a brief introduction of the menus. Menu Configurations The menus of this system configure as described below. For more detailed menu configurations, refer to “Menu Configuration” on page 123. Launcher menu Phone Book/Private Phone Book menu ALL Phone Book 0 1/3 HQ4Room5 A-I AUTO 05032105678 J-S Takanawa T-Z 0657896709 HQ


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