This flexible document camera easily captures and displays books, 3D objects and experiments. Simplified connectivity makes installation and control easier than ever before. The ELP-DC13 has a robust and durable design, with great security features allowing it to be permanently placed in a classroom or boardroom. Teachers can use the ELP-DC13 to demonstrate the view from a microscope, a live experiment in science class or display fine prints from an architectural drawing onto the bigger projected screen.
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Keep this guide at hand for future reference. Warning This symbol indicates information that, if ignored, could possibly result in personal injury or even death due to incorrect handling. Caution This symbol indicates information that, if ignored, could possibly result in personal injury or physical damage due to incorrect handling. Never attempt to disassemble or modify the document camera. Refer all repairs to qualified service personnel. Page 4 Securing the Document Camera Warning If you apply adhesives to prevent the screws from loosening, or if you use lubricants or oils on the document camera, the document camera housing may crack.
This could cause serious injury. Do not use adhesives to prevent the screws from loosening and do not use oils or lubricants. Caution Do not place the document camera in an unstable location, such as on a shaky table or slanted surface. Page 5 General Use Caution Do not use excessive force when adjusting the document camera. The document camera may be broken, resulting in personal injury. Do not place heavy objects on document camera, or it may be damaged. Do not try to press the arm flat or fold it backwards, or it may get damaged.
Remote Control Battery Safety Warning Incorrect battery usage may cause batteries to rupture and leak battery fluid, which could result in fire, injury, or corrosion of the remote control.
Contents Important Safety Instructions Page 7 Contents Editing Saved Files Page 8: Introduction Introduction You can use the Epson ELPDC11 document camera to capture and project pages from books or other documents, and even three-dimensional objects. With the included software, you can capture live audio and video, create time lapse photos, and annotate images produced by the document camera.
Remote receiver Receives signals from the remote control. Display Out port Outputs image signals to a projector. Security bar Lets you attach a commercially available security cable to lock the document camera in place.
Base Name Mounting points You can attach the document camera to a table, cart, or stand with commercially available M4-size bolts. You cannot operate the document camera with this button. You cannot operate a projector with this button. Page 14 Turns the video and audio on or off when you are connecting the document camera when used with an Epson projector. Remote control Outputs remote control signals. It cannot be folded flat. Caution Do not try to press the arm flat or fold it backwards, or it may get damaged.
Attention When you see the black line on the bottom of the camera arm, never fold it more. Page Securing The Document Camera Securing the Document Camera You can secure the document camera by fastening a cable to the security bar, shown below, or by inserting a Kensington anti-theft cable into the Kensington security port.
In addition, you can attach the document camera to a table, cart, or stand at the mounting points indicated below.
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