Mohler 355 -- Full Details and Instructions
This is a 'High-Definition Multimedia Interface' connection to the room's video display.
Chairs that are somehow fixed in place, and not able to be moved around their room.
This is a Quad Core i7-6700 CPU at 3.4GHz, 8GB RAM, 512GB SATA solid-state drive, and an AMD FirePro W5100 4GB graphics card.
Start here: This is a touch-activated control panel that activates (powers up) and selects the display, audio and computer equipment in the room. Some touch panels are as large as a computer monitor, and may enter a sleep mode. Tap them to wake them up. For full information, read the step-by-step instructions below.
Please remember to select 'Power Off' before leaving the room.
This is a VGA-type video display connection, for connecting a laptop to a room display system. The cable is available either in a cubby on the side of the podium, or near the monitor on an instructor station pc.
This dual-display system allows the user to present material from two different a/v sources at the same time. The touch panel is used to select which source goes to which display. There are basic settings along the top row and an advanced routing page to enable you to get more creative with your display. "PC display 1" is the Instructor Station PC's main desktop; "PC display 2" is an extension of that desktop. Sources sent to the second display will preview on the touch panel. This preview window can be enlarged by touching the display as indicated. A second touch restores the controls. Dual display rooms offer significant flexibility but they are somewhat complex. If you would like an orientation please call Instructional Media Services (83059).
Interlink wireless mice are available for all technology classrooms that have a PC in the instructor station. These mice enable the user to control the computer from anywhere in the classroom. The left mouse button function is located under the device and is usually activated by the forefinger. The left mouse function can also be activated using the right pointing arrow on the top of the device. The right mouse button function is activated by the left pointing arrow on the top of the device (please don't ask why!). The round button serves as the mouse control. There is a laser pointer as well. Wireless mice operate on different frequencies so that they don't interfere with each other in nearby rooms. To change the setting, press and hold the two arrow buttons until you see the button lights flash (about 15 seconds) then press the desired frequency. Contact the Media Center (83059) to find the frequency for your classroom(s). Batteries may be changed by sliding open the compartment on the bottom of the device. Two AA batteries are used.