Specifications:1891/1891531-avsa_pro_series.pdf file (03 Oct 2023)
ASTRALVISION AVSA PRO Series Touch Panel PDF Operation & User’s Manual (Updated: Tuesday 3rd of October 2023 06:20:22 AM)
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23, 14 3 Getting Started 3.1 Power On Step 1 Plug the power supply into the power outlet fully and plug the power connector into the side of the product. Ensure the power is in the range of 100 V to 240 V with a frequency at 50 Hz/60 Hz ± 5%. The power current must be grounded. The power outlet should be installed near the device and should be easily accessible. Step 2 Flip on the power switch located on the side of the product to "On&quo…
40, 31 To customize time and time format, set them in Set time and Use 24-hour format. 4.3.8 Power ON/OFF Setting Enter the Power ON/OFF Setting submenu to set automatic power on/off time, the time for the system to enter the power off mode and the automatic power on/off function of the consumer electronics control (CEC) device. To set the automatic power on time, select Auto power on, and set the power on time in Power on time, as shown in the fol…
47, 38 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 Click in the floating toolbar to enter the annotation. In the annotation mode it would generate a transparent layer above the screen, and users can add the annotation on it until they exit the annotation mode. …
7, vii Do not walk on or hang any items on the product. Do not install the product in an improper place. Do not install the product in humid places, such as the bathroom, the shower room, near windows, or outdoor environments that experience rain, snow or other harsh weather. Avoid installation near hot spring vapor. The preceding environments may cause faults in the product or electric shock under extreme conditions. Do not put exposed fire source, such as an ignited candle, on the product. Pull…
32, 23 4.3 System Settings Enter the system setting page using one of the following methods: Click on the Home page. Press on the remote control. In the Quick Setting Menu, click the icon. 4.3.1 Network Settings Enter the Network submenu to set a LAN, enable Wi-Fi, view network information, and enable the Wake up via LAN function. Status: View IP address, MAC address and work time of the screen. …
55, 46 Clear All On the Whiteboard page, click to show the pop-up windows to make users choose if they want to clear contents on the current page, as shown in the following figure. 4.6.2 Page Operations You can preview, select, share, save and delete a created writing page. Page Preview Click at the lower right corner in the discussion mode. All pages will be displayed. you can slide right or left by one finger to see more. Click one page to switch to that page for more operations, as shown in the following figure. …
48, 39 SN Icon Name Icon Function 1 Import Click to import data from file management, user could import the pictures/ whiteboard data(PNG)/ screenshots(PNG) from system files or USB. 2 Text Click to insert text, and show the keyboard. (Default is Roboto , 40pt) Click and hold the icon for two seconds to set the default text setting. 3 Auto shape Click to insert the anto shape. Click and hold the icon for two seconds …
5, v About This Document This document describes multiple functions, instructions, and notes about the product. Symbols are used in this document to indicate operations that need particular attention. The symbols are defined as follows: Provide additional information to supplement operation in the main text. Provide tips for operation. Indicate a potentially hazardous situation that, if not avoided, could result in device damage, data loss, performance deterioration, or unanticipated results. Indicate a hazard wi…
9, ix About USB port. Front USB 2.0 ports and rear USB 3.0/USB 2.0 ports switch connections based on signal sources. If the current signal source is reading the data from an external product connecting to the port, please switch the signal source after reading data is complete. Otherwise, the data or product may be damaged. CAUTION …
19, 10 2.2 Installation Precautions Weight Loading Weight of the product: 160.9 lb/73.0 kg (86"), 125.7 lb/57.0 kg (75"), 97.0 lb/44.0 kg (65") When using a mobile stand, ensure that the weight of the product is less than the loading capacity of the mobile stand. When using the wall-mount bracket, ensure that the wall can support the weight of the product. We recommend that the wall surface be reinforced and have a loading capacity 4 times of the weight of the produc…
26, ASTRALVISION AVSA PRO Series 17 Step 5 Select Touch Input from the option and start calibration. Step 6 Use finger or pencil to click and hold the center of the flickering cross . Do not release until moves to the next positioning point. Complete the calibration process as instructed. Step 7 After the calibration is complete, the Digitizer Calibration Tool dialog box will be displayed. Click Yes to save calibration data. …
24, ASTRALVISION AVSA PRO Series 15 Step 3 Press the power button on the front control panel or on the remote control. 3.2 Power Off Step 1 Press the power button on the front panel or the power button on the remote control. The information will be displayed as shown in the following figure. Step 2 Press the power button on the front panel or the power button on the remote control again, the power indicator will turn to red. Step 3 If you are not going to use the product for an e…
62, ASTRALVISION AVSA PRO Series 53 The system supports two view modes: list and thumbnail. You can click and at the top right corner to switch view modes. Click the icon to display files based on name, type, size, and modification. You can also change the display to filter files by whether they are pictures, music or video files, as shown in the following figure. 4.8.6 New Folder Enter the File Viewer application, and click to…
37, ASTRALVISION AVSA PRO Series 28 4.3.4 Applications Enter the Apps submenu to view downloaded applications by type, running applications, and all applications. 4.3.5 Whiteboard/Screenshot Enter the Whiteboard/Screenshot submenu to set automatically clearing the whiteboard data cycle. …
35, ASTRALVISION AVSA PRO Series 26 Setting a Language Click Language at the right side. In the Change language dialog box that is displayed, select a language. Adding an Input Method Click Current keyboard at the right side. In the Change keyboard page, click CHOOSE KEYBOARDS, unfold Keyboard setting, and click the button at the right side according to reference to add an input method (multiple choices can be selected). …
49, 40 Page settings Click and hold for two seconds to set the color and pattern of the new page, as shown in the figure below. Pen Type On the Whiteboard, two types of pens are supported: Pen and highlighter. Pen : used to write. Highlighter : used to highlight. Characters covered by comments are visible. …
56, 47 Page Selection, Sharing or Deletion On the Navigation page, you can select, share or delete writing pages according to requirements, as shown in the following figure. Click to select all pages. Click to delete selected pages. Click to share selected pages. Page Saving On the Navigation page, when no external USB flash memories are connected, USB icons will be gray. When an external USB…
4, iv Thank you for choosing the Interactive Touch Screen. Please use this document to get the most out of your screen. This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation. NOTE 1: This device has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These lim…
54, ASTRALVISION AVSA PRO Series 45 Screenshot In the annotation mode, click to save the current image as a picture. Up to 50 screenshots can be created. In the Home page, click Files or icon in Apps, in the opened File Manager, select "Internal storage > Pictures > Screenshots > image" folder to see or get screenshots. …
6, vi Safety Instruction For your safety, please read the following instructions before you use the product. Serious injury or property damage may be caused by improper operations. Do not try to repair the product on your own. Disconnect the product from power supply immediately if major failures occur. Major failures include: Smoke, peculiar smell or abnormal sound is discharged from the product. No image or sound …
12, ASTRALVISION AVSA PRO Series 3 1.2 Ports Front Ports Front USB 2.0 ports and rear USB 3.0/USB 2.0 ports switch connections based on signal sources. If the current signal source is reading the data from an external product connecting to the port, please switch the signal source after reading data is complete. Otherwise, the data or product may be damaged. CAUTION …
29, 20 1: Clock 2: Date and Week 3: Main Toolbar 4: Status Bar and Start Screen Shortcut 5: Floating Toolbar Shortcut for Clock, Date and Week Click the time or date icons at the top left corner of the Home page to enter the page of time and date settings. The icons at the top left corner of the page are alarm, clock, timer, Stopwatch. Click to add the time zones represented by other countries, as shown in the following figure. …
25, 16 Interface operation on the Smart system does not need positioning. External products with Microsoft Windows 7 or later versions require positioning. If positioning is not correct, perform the following operations to calibrate again. The following takes Windows 10 as an example: Step 1 Ensure that the HDMI or DP interface and external products are connected properly. Step 2 Select the corresponding Windows signal from the signal source menu. The Windows page will be displayed. Step 3 Select Table…
16, ASTRALVISION AVSA PRO Series 7 Button Operation View all Pre-installed Applications Switch Source to Internal PC Switch Source to Display Port HDMI FRONT Switch Source to HDMI Front HDMI 1 Switch Source to HDMI 1 HDMI 2 Switch Source to HDMI 2 VGA Switch Source to VGA Autocorrection Screen Display (For VGA Signal Source) Open the Browser Application Toggle Display Backlight Mode Start/Exit the Screen Lock Function Open the External Source Men…
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