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Apr 09, 2021
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This guide will assist you in the installation of your new LiteMic voice enhancement system.
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Apr 25, 2018
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This guide will get you up and running quickly with your new LiteTouch panel. Stuck? Contact our support team for assistance. Download PDF LiteTouch Quick Start Guide Power 1. Connect the supplied power cord firmly into the AC Input located on the back side of your LiteTouch panel. If facing front of panel, the AC input is located on the right side. 2. Connect the other end of the power cord to a 120v AC outlet. 3. Toggle power switch to ON. It is located beside the AC input. 4. Press the Power button located on the front of the bezel. (LED will turn green when powered on.) Connecting your PC to LiteTouch (HDMI) 1. Connect your HDMI cable to your PC and to one of the five HDMI ports located on LiteTouch. We recommend using input HDMI 1 for your first device. If facing the front of the panel HDMI 1 is located on the back of the panel on the bottom left. Connecting your PC to LiteTouch (VGA) 1. Connect your VGA cable to your PC and to the VGA input located on LiteTouch. If facing the front of the panel the VGA input is located on the back of the panel on the bottom left. 2. If using a VGA cable with audio you must plug the stereo 1/8” cable into the PC audio jack located directly beside the VGA input on your LiteTouch. 3. The stereo 1/8” cable must also be plugged into the headphone jack on your PC. 4. For touch control on the VGA input you must use Touch-USB4. More info on this can be found below. Touch Control for your PC 1. Using the supplied USB – A/B cable connect the USB-A side to your PC and the USB-B side to the TOUCH-USB port number corresponding to the HDMI/VGA input being used on your LiteTouch. The USB ports are located on the back of the panel on the left side. * Note – There is a HDMI and Touch USB input on the front bezel of your LiteTouch. These work together and provide a quick way to connect a device without reaching behind your LiteTouch. To use this input switch to the unnumbered HDMI input on your source menu. · If using a Windows PC, a restart may be required before touch control is operational. Your PC may automatically find and install a new USB device. · If using a MAC touch should work automatically. If you can’t get touch control to function, a separate touch driver may be required. Please contact LiteTouch technical support for the touch driver. · If using a Chrome device, make sure your OS is up to date. A restart may also be required before touch control is operational. Accessory Bag • Your LiteTouch remote will require two AAA batteries. • Volume controls are located on the remote and panel (left and right arrows). The volume can also be controlled by touch once you press the volume control buttons. Touch the volume control display on the screen and slide to the desired level. • The magnetic styluses provided are not required for annotation or control but can be used as an alternative to using your finger. • A small USB dongle is provided for wireless connectivity for the built in Android computer on your LiteTouch. The dongle should be inserted into USB 2.0 or 3.0 inputs on the back of the panel on the left side (Do not insert this into the PRO PC USB input). See our website at www.LTNTechnologies.com for more information about the built-in Android Computer. Annotation · Each LiteTouch panel comes with one license of LitePen annotation and recording software. If you haven’t received this please contact your LiteTouch representative. There is a guide for using this software on our website at https://www.ltntechnologies.com/litepen-software. Controls • Use the power button or the remote control to turn your LiteTouch on and off. If you have a LiteTouch PRO this will also boot and shut down the onboard computer without the need to shut down/startup the Windows 10 PC manually. • To change inputs on your LiteTouch, swipe inward from the right or left edge of the screen to access the menu. Tap the input icon to expand it and then select an input. You can also use the source button from the remote control to bring up a list of inputs. Scroll to the input you would like to select and press OK. The 3D button on your remote or the Snowflake icon on your swipe menu can toggle the Freeze option ON/OFF. When freeze is on the screen contents will continue to be displayed until freeze is turned off. This allows the presenter to access other items on your computer that you may not want to be displayed to the audience. Cleaning your LiteTouch • For screen cleaning use a soft cloth. If using cleaning materials, use a glass cleaner such as Windex. DO NOT spray directly onto screen. Spray cleanser onto cloth and wipe screen gently and avoid getting any liquids into bezel. • Keeping the LiteTouch bezel clean is very important. Dust and debris can affect the touch sensors making touch seem slow or nonresponsive. To clean bezel use dry soft cloth. For more information visit: www.LTNTechnologies.com
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Here's how to broadcast your screen from the sending device, if it's a Windows 10 computer. 1. Open the action center. 2. Click Connect. A list of available receiving devices appears and your other computer should be on it. 3. Select the receiving device. You may have to wait a minute or longer for the devices to pair. It may also fail and you'll need to try again. 4. Toggle "Allow input" to on if you want to let the receiving device control your PC with its keyboard and mouse. 5. Click "Change projection mode" and select "Extend" from the menu that appears if you want to use the wireless display as a second desktop, rather than a mirror of your current desktop. 6. Click Disconnect when you want to terminate your connection.
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Mar 03, 2018
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Since it launched in July 2015, Windows 10 has offered the ability to mirror your screen to any dongle or device (TV, Blu-ray player) that's compatible with the popular Miracast standard. However, with the August 2016 Anniversary Update, Microsoft's operating system now lets your PC become the wireless display, receiving Miracast signals from a phone, tablet or other Windows 10 computer. When you're mirroring from a Windows 10 computer, you can extend rather than duplicate the screen so you can, for example, play a movie on the receiving display while you send emails on the primary one. Just imagine taking a Windows 10 tablet, propping it up next to your laptop and using it as a second monitor on the road.  Here's how to turn your Windows 10 PC into a Miracast-capable wireless display: 1. Open the action center. It's represented by the speech bubble icon in the lower right corner of the screen. 2. Click Connect. 3. Click Projecting to this PC. A settings window appears. 5. Select "Available Everywhere" or "Available everywhere on secure networks" from the top pulldown menu.  6. Select "First time only" or "Every time" under "Ask to project to this PC." I recommend picking "first time only," unless you're really worried that some rogue person is going to grab your phone and project to your computer without your permission (and why would they want to?).  I recommend leaving "Require PIN for pairing" off since you have to grant permission on the receiving computer anyway. You can also decide whether you want your PC to receive rojection requests only when it's plugged in. 7. Click Yes when Windows 10 alerts you that another device wants to project to your computer. The Windows connect app will launch in its own window. You can drag, resize or maximize the window. Also, if the sending device is a Windows 10 PC and allows it, you can use the keyboard and mouse on the receiving computer to remotely control the sender.
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