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Lumens
Document
Camera
                        dongle

                                         

    1. To
connect
your
document
camera
to
your
computer,
first
plug
the

       dongle
(for
a
MAC)
into
the
computer,
then
plug
the
other
end
of
the

       dongle
into
the
VGA
cable
that
comes
with
the
projector
(usually
has

       blue
ends).
PC’s
don’t
need
a
dongle.
Save
the
cable
with
blue
ends

       that
comes
with
the
document
camera
for
later.

       

       

    2. Plug
the
other
end
of
the
projector’s
VGA
cable
into
the
DVI

       adapter
that
comes
with
the
document
camera,
and
then
plug

       the
adapter
into
the
port
on
the
document

       camera
that
says
DVI
OUT/VGA
IN.
                  DVI
adapter

       

    3. Using
the
VGA
cord
that
comes
with
the
                                    document

       camera
(it
has
a
fat
black
part
on
it
near
the
blue
ends),

plug
one
end
into
the
port
on

       the
camera
that
says
VGA
OUT.







    4. Plug
the
other
end
of
the
document
                                        camera’s
VGA

       cord
into
the
projector,
usually
labeled
                                  Computer
In
1.









    5. Be
sure
that
the
DIP
switch
underneath
the
document
camera
is
set

       correctly.

If
the
projector
is
an
XGA
model,
such
as
the
Hitachi

       CPX201,
set
the
document
camera
switch
#4
to
up
(on),
and
1,
2,
and

       3
switches
to
off
(down).

If
you
are
using
an
older
projector
model

       without
a
X
(i.e.,
SVGFA),
set
#3
on,
and
the
rest
off.


       

                                                                    Dip
switch,
#4
up

                       

                       

                           6. Also,
be
sure
to
pull
out
the
black
“wings”
to
stabilize
the

                              document
camera.

These
are
underneath,
on
the
base.

Finally,
be

                              sure
to
plug
in
the
power
source
for
the
camera.

       

    7. Once
everything
is
plugged
in
correctly,
turn
the
projector
on
first,
then
the
computer

       and
document
camera.

If
the
projector
does
not
see
the
MAC
computer,
go
to
the
Apple

       at
the
top
left,
then
go
to
System
Preferences.

In
System
Preferences,
click
on
Displays.


       In
Displays,
click
on
Arrangement.

On
the
Arrangement
screen,
make
sure
mirroring
is

       checked.

You
can
also
try
a
different
resolution,
such
as
1152x720.



        Directions
for
downloading
the
“queue”
software
for
a
Lumens
Document

                                        Camera

                                           

         1. Go
to
http://www.lumens.com.tw/eng/goto‐dc162.asp,
then
scroll
down
to
“queue

            MAC,
MAC
2.1.1
zip
file”.


Also
download
the
User
manual.



            

         2. When
the
queue
MAC
zip
files
downloads,
open
it,
then
open
the
install
packages.

This

            will
put
the
software
in
your
Applications
folder.





         3. Once
installed,
you
need
to
restart
the
computer.

After
restarting,
you
can
go
to

            Applications
and
locate
the
file
called
“queue”.

You
can
drag
this
application
to
your

            dock,
if
you
want
to
be
able
to
find
it
quickly
and
easily.





         4. When
you
open
“queue”,
you
need
to
have
the
USB
from
the
camera
connected
to
your

            computer,
and
the
document
camera
plugged
in,
and
connected
to
your
computer.

You

            don’t
necessarily
have
to
have
your
projector
on.


    

         5. You
will
then
see
the
image
of
what
you
place
under
the
camera
show
up
on
your

            computer
when
you
power
the
camera
on
from
within
the
software.

Click
the
button

            that
says
“Camera
Settings”,
and
control
the
camera
with
the
onboard
controls.




         6. To
download
images
already
stored
on
the
camera,
click
the
Import
button
on
the

            lower
right
of
the
camera
settings
control
in
the
software
on
your
computer.

It
will

            then
ask
you
to
choose
where
you
want
to
save
these
files
on
your
computer.




         7. Tips:

If
teachers
say
that
an
image
looks
“yellow”,
have
them
hit
the
AWB
(automatic

            white
balance)
button,
and
the
image
will
then
appear
as
it
should.

Also,
some

            teachers
may
not
realize
that
the
remote
for
the
camera
is
Infrared,
and
needs
to
be
in

            the
“line
of
sight”
with
the
front
of
the
camera.

If
a
teacher
likes
to
control
the
camera

            while
standing
behind
the
students,
he
or
she
would
just
need
to
turn
the
camera

            around,
then
use
the
Flip
button
on
the
remote
to
flip
the
image.

            


				
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