Classroom "Button" Controller    

This control panel (Extron MLC 226 IP) helps control the AV equipment in classrooms. It has four sections Display, Volume, Mute, and Devices.

  • Discrete ON and OFF display (projector) power controls.
  • Volume control with volume indication — Allows for convenient, centralized control of the volume without additional remotes. The five LEDs provide clear indication of the current audio setting.
  • Video Mute and Audio Mute — You can temporarily turn off the projected picture and/or sound if you want to redirect your audience's attention during a presentation. Any sound or video action continues to run, however, so you cannot resume projection at the point that you stopped it.
  • Devices — Change projection from one device to another (PC, Laptop, DVD, Tablet or Document Camera).  

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Classroom "Digital" Controller    

The TouchLink Pro Touchpanels helps controlling AV equipment in more complex classrooms. Some of these digital devices have more than one "Room Mode", depending on the room setup and/or video conferencing capabilities . We invite you to contact the IT department and request training for optimal use of your classroom technology.

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Document Camera    

Real-time image capture devices for displaying any object to your audience. The adjustable camera head and arm can be freely raised, lowered, and rotated to focus attention precisely where it's needed. A turn of the zoom will zoom in and out and make fine zoom adjustments. It has presentation support tools like including the capability to highlight or mask selected parts of an image. Among other functions. Contact the IT department to schedule a training session to improving the use of your classroom technology.

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Digital Whiteboard    

Interactive displays to increase student engagement in the classroom. These can be used as whiteboards in larger classrooms so the entire room can clearly see.

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