Epson ELPDC03 manual

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    EPSON ® ELPDC03 Motion Presentation Camera User’ s Guide[...]

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    ii Important Safety I nformation WARNING : Never open any cover on the do cument camera. Dangerous [...]

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    C iii Contents Welcome . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .[...]

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    iv 3 Maintaining and Transporting the Document Camera . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . [...]

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    W Welcome 1 Welcome T he EPSON ® ELPDC03 Mo tion Prese ntation Camera is a document camera that[...]

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    2 Welc ome Using Your Documentation This boo k contains a ll the informat ion you need to se t up a[...]

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    1 Setting Up the Document Camera 3 Setting Up th e Document Camera T his chapte r tells you how t[...]

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    4 Setting Up the Document Camera Unpacking th e Docume nt Camera After unpack ing the do cument cam[...]

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    Setting Up the Document Camera 5 Unfolding the Document Camera Foll ow the s teps b elow t o un fo[...]

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    6 Setting Up the Document Camera 3. Pull the camera head forward unti l the lens faces the stage [...]

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    Setting Up the Document Camera 7 Positioning the Docum ent Camera Before connecti ng the do cument[...]

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    8 Setting Up the Document Camera Connecting to a Projector or Monitor You can connect the document [...]

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    Setting Up the Document Camera 9 Connecting the Optional S-Video Cable Before you start, make su[...]

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    10 Setting Up the Document Camera Adjusting the Frequen cy The fre quency selec tion switc h is loc[...]

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    2 Using the Document Camera 11 Using the Document Camera O nce you have set up the doc ument camer[...]

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    12 Using the D ocument Came ra Turning On Your Equipment Make sure your document camera and other e[...]

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    Using the Document Camera 13 4. Tur n on the docume nt camera. After a few moments, the POWER an[...]

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    14 Using the D ocument Came ra What To Do If You See a Blank Screen If an image doesn ’ t appear[...]

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    Using the Document Camera 15 Adjusting the Ligh ting For prese nting printed material or 3-D obj[...]

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    16 Using the D ocument Came ra Material w ith a varying dep th of fiel d, little or exce ssiv e con[...]

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    Using the Document Camera 17 Using the Camera Head as a Conventional Video Cam era By adjusting t[...]

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    18 Using the D ocument Came ra Turning Off and Storing the Document Camera When you ’ ve finishe[...]

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    Using the Document Camera 19 5. Fold the camera head into the camera arm until you hear a click.[...]

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    20 Using the D ocument Came ra 7. Pull the support lock releas e lever until you hear a click and [...]

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    3 Maintaining and Transporting the Document Camera 21 Maintaining and Transporting the Document C[...]

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    22 Maintaining and Transporting the Do cument Camera Cleaning the Lenses Clean the le nses whenev e[...]

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    Maintaining and Transporting the Document Camera 23 Transporting the Document Cam era The document[...]

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    24 Maintaining and Transporting the Do cument Camera[...]

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    4 Solving Problems 25 Solving Prob lems T his chap ter help s you solv e prob lems with y our docu[...]

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    26 Solv in g Prob lem s Solving Problems with the Image No image appears on the screen. ■ Check t[...]

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    Solving Problems 27 ■ The presen tation material may be too close to the lens . Attach the clo[...]

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    28 Solv in g Prob lem s Telephone Support Serv ices To use the EP SON PrivateLine Support se rvice[...]

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    5 Technical Speci fications 29 Technical Specifications General CCD 1/4 inch pixels, int erline [...]

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    30 Tech nic al Spe cifica tio ns Shooting area, minimum 0.8 × 0.6 in . (19. 6 × 14.7 mm) Zoom[...]

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    Technical Speci fications 31 Electrical Rated frequenc y 50/60 Hz Power sup ply 100 to 120 VAC 2[...]

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    32 Tech nic al Spe cifica tio ns[...]

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    6 Notice s 33 Notices T his ch apter in clud es saf ety i nstru ctio ns and othe r impor tant inf[...]

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    34 Notice s ■ Do not place the docu ment camera where the co rd can be walke d on. Thi s may res[...]

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    Notice s 35 ■ Do not use the doc ument camera ou tside of the re quired temperature range (41 t[...]

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    36 Notice s FCC Complian ce Statement For United Sta tes Users This equipment has been tested and [...]

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    Notice s 37 Warranty Epson America, Inc. Limited Warranty What is Covered : Epso n Am eri ca , I nc[...]

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    38 Notice s FOR A PARTICULAR PURP OSE. SOME LAWS D O NOT ALLOW THE EXCLUSION OF IMPLIED WARRANTIES[...]

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    Index 39 Index Numerics 3-D objects, pr esenting, 15 A Auto Fo cus butto n, 16 B Blank screen, 14 B[...]

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    40 Index M Monitor, c onnecting , 8 N Near bu tton, 16 P Pictur e, see Image Placin g d ocum ent[...]