Lumens See II Document Camera
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Lumens See IITraining ModuleLexington School District TwoDesigned by Kathy SeibertEDET 650
How to use this tutorialThis tutorial is designed to allow you to progress at your own pace. Click on the action buttons at the bottom of each slide to advance or go back.
Click on any topic in the contents page to advance to the desired topic.
ContentsComponentsActivating the RemoteProduct OverviewConnecting to the PC & LCD ProjectorGetting startedManipulating Images
ComponentsPower cordVGA CableUSB Cable C-Video Cable DVI Adaptor (If missing, contact Computer Services)Software CD Remote Control with Battery
1 231 Power On/Off2 Source 3 Brightness +/-4 Menu/on screen display5 Capture image/Play/Delete6 Select function & Enter7 Zoom+/-8 Focus & Auto Focus (AF)9 Lamp On/Off10 Flip Image11 Auto Adjust image-optimum image12 Freeze image13 Preset Saves settings14 Photo/Text - switch between modes15 PBP Picture beside a Picture4567981011121314BPB15
Activating the RemoteOpen battery compartment of remoteRemove protective stripClose battery compartment
Connecting the Camera
Plug power cord here
VGA cord to back of LCDUSB to PCVGA In to DVI Adaptor (Notebooks only)
Installing SoftwareConnect camera and PC with USB cable (Laptop needs to use VGA & Adaptor)Insert CD into Computers CD-ROMAuto Run will be shown automaticallyFollow instructions on Install Wizard
Document Camera NoteThe document camera can be used without a computer by connecting directly to the LCD projector. You will still be able to temporarily capture images to the camera, but you will not be able to archive. All images will be lost when you turn off the camera.
Turn camera on using remote or control pad on the camera. (LED indicates blue when on, red when off.)Press Auto Adjust to obtain optimum image.Focus using remote or buttons on the camera head.
Adjust brightness if needed.
Software NoteThe software will operate with the camera connected to a PC. Stored images may be viewed on the monitor while live images are viewed on the projector, only if connected with VGA or DVI output connected.
SEE II SoftwareIf you are using a computer, open the SEE II software to display images on your monitor as you also display on the LCD. This will enable you to save images to your PC.Click on Real Time to begin processing images.
Capturing ImagesYour camera will store 48 frames in memory.
Press Capture on remote or keypad and watch for the processing symbol in the top left corner of the screen to indicate that the image is being saved.
Example of captured image
Playback ImagesPress Play to show thumbnail of captured images.Press to select thumbnailPress Enter to display full imageUse to view next imagePress Play to return to thumbnailsPress Menu to Exit & return to live image
Deleting Captured Imageswith RemotePress Play to display thumbnailsUse to select imagePress Del to deletePress Menu to exit
Deleting Captured Images with KeypadPress Play to show thumbnailsUse to select imagePress Enter to display full screenPress Menu to view On Screen Control MenuUseto select storageUse to select Delete or Delete AllPress Enter to execute orPress Menu to exit
Auto EraseWith Auto Erase turned on, all images will be erased when camera is turned off.Press Menu to view On Screen Display Menu (OSD)Use to StorageUse to select Auto EraseUse to OnUse to YesPress Enter to select
Picture Beside PictureThis function is used to show a live image and captured image on a split screen. To use this function, select PBP
Saving Images as a ProjectSoftware allows annotation, capture and storage in project form. The project can be converted (imported) to a set of Powerpoint slides.
AnnotationTo Annotate, select Paint on the software menu bar. Choose the color and type of annotation. The mouse can then be used to draw or write.Annotation can be done on live as well as captured images.Images can be live or captured.
Annotation can be done on live as well as captured images.Images can be live or captured.This image can be frozen, captured as a JPG or enlarged to full screen.If using a live image, functions such as flip can be utilized. If using captured images, they can only be changed by annotation.
Trouble ShootingProblem 1 No picture from document CameraMake sure power is on.Wait a few seconds and press source buttonSwitch to another source and then backCheck to be sure document is under camera head.
TroubleshootingProblem 2 Cannot focusZoom in as far as possible on the document or object and then zoom out to desired distance.
TroubleshootingProblem 3 Image is too bright or darkAdjust BRT +/- button on the remote controlTurn off lampCheck location of overhead lights