JVC AV-P960E Instructions Manual
JVC AV-P960E Instructions Manual

JVC AV-P960E Instructions Manual

Jvc av-p960e digital presenter: instruction manual
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  • Page 2: Safety Precautions

    L or coloured RED. WARNING–THIS APPARATUS MUST BE EARTHED Features Thank you for purchasing this JVC product. Before operating this unit, please read these instructions carefully to ensure the best possible performance. These instructions are for AV-P960E. Smooth, High Resolution Images XGA output with high frame rate of 20 fps enabling smooth high resolution image display.
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Indicates the page numbers or items to refer to. Contents of this manual ● The copyright of this manual belongs to JVC. Unauthorized reproduction of this manual whether in full or in part is prohibited. ● All product names stated in this manual are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective companies.
  • Page 4: Precautions

    Compensation for the shooting contents ● JVC will not be in anyway liable for any failure to take or playback images due to problems arising from this product or the card used, and no compensation will be offered for the loss of contents.
  • Page 5: Names And Functions

    Names and Functions Overall View Camera Head For capturing images of objects on the stage or surround- ing areas. Camera Arm Supporting arm for the camera head. Adjust its angle when shooting 3-dimensional objects. Arm Lock For adjusting the length of camera. Release the lock when retracting or extending the camera arm and lock it at the adjusted position.
  • Page 6: Control Panel

    Names and Functions (continued) Control Panel USER SETUP DEFAULT USER SAVE DELETE WHITE BALANCE BLUE AUTO PICTURE MEMORY CAMERA NEGA POSI BW COLOUR TEXT MICROSCOPE [ZOOM] Adjustment Buttons Adjust in accordance with the object. [IN] : To shoot objects (materials) in an enlarged form. If this button is pressed continuously, the image will stop enlarging at the optical zoom tele end and thereafter digital zoom will be activated.
  • Page 7 SD CARD SYSTEM are functional only if SD card is inserted into the SD Slot. [IMAGE SELECT/ENTER] Button for Selecting Images Displays the miniature images of the SD card in a view of ☞ Page 21 ‘Viewing Image Data Stored in SD Card’ [SAVE] Button for Saving SD Card While selecting images from the camera, if this button is pressed for more than 2 seconds, the indicator lamp will...
  • Page 8: Rear Panel

    Names and Functions (continued) Rear Panel Refer to page 10 ‘Connection’ for details on connecting with other devices. AC IN MONITOR OUTPUT OUTPUT [AC IN] Power Inlet Connect using the power cord supplied to an AC 100 V ~ AC 240 V power source. [MONITOR OUTPUT] Terminal Image signal output terminal for confirming viewing angle.
  • Page 9: Before Using

    Before Using Install according to the following steps. Right Illumination Left Illumination Camera Head Camera Arm Lock Camera Arm Lock Stage Caution Lift up the right illumination Lift up the left illumination Lift up the camera head (camera arm) Hold the camera arm and hold down the unit firmly while slowly lifting the camera head until it reaches its maximum position and stops.
  • Page 10: Connection

    Connection Install according to the following steps. The [MONITOR OUTPUT] terminal is use to confirm the images. LCD Monitor [MONITOR OUT] [RGB OUT] Power Switch Left Illumination [AC IN] AC Power The LCD monitor, computer and projector are sold separately. E-10 USB Terminal [USB]...
  • Page 11: Presenting Printed Materials

    Presenting Printed Materials Up to A3 landscape equivalent (376 mm x 282 mm) printed materials can be captured. Camera Head [BRIGHT] button [FOCUS] button (Example) Too little zooming. (Example) Poor lighting. (Example) Focus is out. (Example) Correctly adjusted. Adjusting the arm and camera head Adjust the arm and camera head in accordance with the size of the object.
  • Page 12: Presenting 3-Dimensional Objects

    Presenting 3-dimensional Objects 3-D object placed on the stage can be captured. In addition, by adjusting the angle of the arm, the 3-D object can be captured at various angles. E-12 Adjusting the arm and camera head Adjust the arm and camera head in accordance with the size of the object.
  • Page 13: Shooting Surrounding Objects

    Shooting Surrounding Objects The camera head can be turned to shoot the surrounding objects. Camera Head Close-up lens [BRIGHT] button [FOCUS] button Turn the camera head towards the object Remove the close-up lens Press and hold the claws while pulling out the lens. Adjusting the image Adjust the zoom, brightness and focus.
  • Page 14: Presenting Slide Films

    Presenting Slide Films Slide films with frame can be inserted directly into the camera head for presentation. [BRIGHT] button Stage [BRIGHT] button [FOCUS] button E-14 Place a piece of white paper on the stage As the slide film makes use of the reflecting light from the stage surface, place a highly reflective white paper (B4 size or A3 size) on the stage.
  • Page 15: Presenting Films And Other Transparent Materials

    Presenting Films and Other Transparent Materials Films can be placed on the stage for presentation. Press the [LIGHT] button to turn on the back illumination The lighting source changes whenever the [LIGHT] button is pressed. Side illuminations Back Place the films and other transparent illumination materials on the stage Place the film at the centre of the stage and adjust the camera...
  • Page 16: Capturing Images Through A Microscope

    Capturing Images Through a Microscope Images from the microscope can be captured by aligning the view piece of the microscope with the camera head. The procedures described below are for using the adaptable microscope ECLIPSE E200 from Nikon. USER SETUP DEFAULT USER SAVE...
  • Page 17: Saving Images In The Picture Memory

    Saving Images in the Picture Memory Frequently used images can be saved in the picture memory of this unit. Switching between camera images and images from the picture memory is possible while presentation is in progress. Up to 3 images can be saved. [BRIGHT] button Button...
  • Page 18: Adjusting The White Balance

    Adjusting the White Balance Adjusting the White Balance Automatically This unit is adjusted to display the natural colour. However, the white balance can be re-adjusted with the following steps. White paper [WHITE BALANCE AUTO] button Adjusting the White Balance Manually Depending on the object, if the images appear reddish, bluish or the overall colour tone appears to be bad even after the automatic white balance adjustment has been performed, adjust the colour balance manually.
  • Page 19: Saving The Settings (User Setting Registration)

    Saving the Settings (User Setting Registration) The recalled settings upon power up or when the [USER] button is pressed can be registered. Registration Button Indicator Lamp USER SETUP DEFAULT USER SAVE WHITE BALANCE BLUE AUTO PICTURE MEMORY CAMERA NEGA POSI BW COLOUR TEXT MICROSCOPE Recalling the settings...
  • Page 20: Storing Images In Sd Card

    Storing Images in SD Card Images taken can be stored in the SD card (sold separately). DELETE SAVE IMAGE SELECT PAGE ENTER SD CARD SYSTEM Deleting images Notes ● If an image is deleted in the thumbnail screen, the next image will shift up and be displayed in its position.
  • Page 21: Viewing Image Data Stored In Sd Card

    (Exif Conv.exe)] in the CD-ROM provided with this unit. For details, read JPEG conversion software’s Instruction [Exif Cnv.pdf] in the CD-ROM. (The software [JPEG conversion software (Exif Conv.exe)] can also be downloaded from http://www.jvc-victor.co.jp/english/pro/prodv/down- load/index.html.) ● If SD card image is selected without inserting the card, the output image will turn black.
  • Page 22: Connecting To Computer Via The Usb Connector

    Connecting to Computer via the USB Connector By connecting to the computer, image data or image memory stored in the SD card as well as image data stored in this unit can be downloaded to the computer. USB Cable Caution ●...
  • Page 23: Operating The Remote Control Unit

    Operating the Remote Control Unit The following functions are available with the use of the remote control unit. CAMERA FREEZE EXT-IN IMAGE SEL. SD CARD AUTO BRIGHT AUTO FOCUS AUTO ZOOM WHITE Up down ± 15˚ Left right ± 30˚ [CAMERA] To output the camera images.
  • Page 24: Installing Lcd Monitor

    Installing LCD Monitor Connect commercially available LCD monitor to the [MONITOR OUTPUT] terminal. It is convenient for adjusting viewing angle. LCD monitor Screw for adjusting angle LCD monitor-mounting bracket (AV-ZK10, sold separately) E-24 Mount the LCD monitor mounting bracket (AV-ZK10, sold separately) to the LCD monitor using the screw sup- plied with the bracket.
  • Page 25: Troubleshooting

    Troubleshooting When you encounter a problem, check the following points for a solution. If the problem persists, stop using this unit and consult your nearest JVC dealer. Symptoms ● Is the power plug connected to an AC outlet? No image appears.
  • Page 26: Specifications

    Specifications GENERAL Power requirements Current consumption Mass OPTICAL Lens Shooting area Focal distance adjustable range Zoom Focus Brightness LIGHTING Side illumination Back illumination CAMERA HEAD Output operation mode Image pickup device Number of pixels (total) Frame rate Synchronization system White balance INPUT/OUTPUT INPUT/OUTPUT Input connectors...
  • Page 27 Dimensions (WHD) (unit: mm) 495 (When folded) 491 (When extended) Specifications and appearance of this unit are subject to change for improvements without prior notice. E-27...
  • Page 28 ® ® is a registered trademark owned by Victor Company of Japan, L t d. ® is a registered trademark in Japan, the U.S.A., the U.K. and many other countries. Printed in Thailand LWT0149-001B-H © 2004 Victor Company of Japan, Ltd...

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