Just received my projector; loaded software, registered, connected VGA cable to unit, then to laptop; connected power cord to unit, then to laptop; power light flashing yellow, held for 2 seconds, flashed green for several seconds then back to yellow. The lamp never came on. Unit makes "whirring" sound as power light goes from flashing yellow to flashing green, but lamp never comes on. I desconnected and reconnected twice since last night, and the same thing happens. I have used a borrowed Infocus unit just recently, so I know it is not my laptop. Please let me know what else I can try before I return this unit.
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I tend to use the VGA cable. Once connected, switch the laptop on until you get to the desktop, then switch on the projector. Some will see the signal, if not, simoultaneously press your FN and relevant 'F' key to send the signal out to the VGA. You may need to do this 3 times, once to send to projector, one to send back to laptop screen and then once to send the signal to both projector and laptop screen. Sometimes this can take a short amount of time. You may want to change the projector settings to the VGA input so it doesn't constantly search for a source. If you still have problems, go into properties on your laptop and advanced. you m,ay need to unclick the box saying 'Extend to..........' (You should find what I mean from this, I am in front of a pc therefore the settings are slightly different.)
you are using a long cord but this should not effect it.... try unplugging the cable you are not using from the projector and just have the one cable going from laptop straight to the projector... hope this was useful...
I am going to bet you got a manual with the TT-02rx that explains the connectivity. If not, you can go to www.elmousa.com and download the manual from the TT-02rx page. Look on page 30.
TT-02rx can be connected in a couple of ways:
1. Directly to Projector - connect a standard VGA cable from the RGB output on the TT-02rx to a RGB (VGA) input on your projector. This will allow you to directly display anything you put under the Elmo camera. 2. USB to laptop, VGA from laptop to your projector. You can connect a standard USB cable from the Elmo to an open USB port on your laptop. From the laptop, you will need to connect VGA cable from output jack to projector input. To view images from the Elmo, you need to have installed the Imagemate software on your laptop first. Elmo can only be viewed thru the software interface. 3. The last option is run VGA from your laptop to VGA input on the Elmo. Then run VGA from Elmo to your projector. This offers the greatest amount of versatility as you can switch between the image on your computer screen and the image on the doc camera. Adding the USB cable as described in 2 above will also allow you to use the digital features such as image capture, reveal, spotlight, etc.
1. You will need a VGA or S-video cable and a 1/4 inch stereo plug that will go from the earphone jack to the EZpro then out to a amplified system for the sound. 2. I believe the EZpro has connections for HDMI which will supply sound as well as High definition video. You should have an adapter for the HDMI also if you
3. connections port as follows: 1. USB Connector (Connect to PC for Remote Mouse function) 2. RS-232 Connector 3. Audio Input Connector 4. S-Video Input Connector 5. DVI-I Input Connector (PC Digital (HDCP)/PC Analog/Component Video Input) 6. VGA In/SCART Connector (PC Analog Signal/Component Video Input, HDTV/SCART Input) 7. VGA Output Connector (Monitor Loop-through Output) 8. Power Socket 9. KensingtonTM Lock Port Looking at the usb port go counter clockwise the numbers are in succession. 1- 9
1 Power Cord 2 VGA Cable 3 DVI-I to VGA Cable (Optional accessories) 4 Audio Input Cable (Optional accessories) 5 RS232 Cable (Optional accessories) 6 USB Cable (Optional accessories
If your dell is equipped to do this it is on the back side and appears as a video card connector or s-Video out. It is possible that your Dell is not equipped to make this connection, I have found a few that are not.