User manual EPSON WORKFORCE M100
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Detailed instructions for use are in the User's Guide.
[. . . ] Do not use the document camera in places where smoke from cigarettes may be present, where it will be exposed to greasy smoke, humidity, or steam (such as cooking areas or near humidifiers), or where there is a lot of heat or dust. This can adversely affect the quality of the projected images.
Do not set up the document camera near high-voltage electrical wires or sources of magnetic fields. This may interfere with correct operation.
Operate in the proper environmental conditions. s p. 62 Do not place or store the unit where it is accessible to small children. [. . . ] (Press [Enter] again to deselect it. ) A checkmark is added to each selected image.
You see this screen, showing the images stored in internal memory:
To add checkmarks to all images, choose Select All. To remove all checkmarks, choose Select All again.
Select Export and press [Enter]. At the confirmation screen, press [Enter] again to copy the images to your SD card. Once the images are copied, you see a screen showing the images stored on the card. Do one of the following:
Exporting Images to a Memory Card
· If you want to leave the SD card in the document camera, press [Menu] or [Esc] to close the SD Card screen. · If you want to remove the SD card, press in on the card and then pull it straight out of the slot. The SD Card screen automatically closes.
Viewing and Managing Files from Your Computer
You can use your computer with a USB cable to access files stored in the camera's internal memory or on an inserted SD card. Before using the document camera like this, you have to change the function of its USB port as described below.
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Connect the document camera to your projector with a VGA cable or composite video cable. Disconnect the projector from the document camera.
A USB cable
The document camera's internal memory appears as an external drive on your computer.
If you leave the projector connected, you may experience problems copying or moving the files.
The document camera does not have a built-in clock. Therefore, when you view files from your computer, they won't show the actual time they were created.
Now connect the document camera to your computer with a USB cable.
Use your computer to view the files, or to copy, move, or delete them.
If you copy images from your computer to the document camera or SD card, they must be in the proper format to be readable. s p. 50
When you're done, disconnect the computer.
Before disconnecting the USB cable, make sure your files have finished copying. You see the screen shown below.
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Capture buttons (still image, burst, time lapse, and video) Live Annotation button Preview area (live camera image) Connect button
If you see a message that the document camera is not found, make sure it is connected and turned on. Then click the Connect button in the upper-right corner of the screen.
A Main modes (capture, edit, and file management) B Capture album (previously captured images)
You can annotate live images from the document camera with text and graphics while giving a presentation. When you capture an image, your annotations will be included with the image; if you record your presentation as a video, the recording will show your annotations as they're being added.
Use the selected tool to add text and graphics. To clear an annotation, use the Eraser tool or click the Undo button to clear the last change you made. To clear all annotations, select the Eraser tool and then click the Clear all button that appears above the preview area.
You can also annotate still images after they've been captured using the Edit screen. s p. 45
If necessary, click the Capture button to enter Capture mode. Click the Live Annotation button.
To save an annotated image, click the Take Picture button at the bottom of the screen. s p. 42 To record a video that shows annotations as they're being made, see p. 44.
Select a drawing tool, such as Pen, Line, or Text. Change the properties of the selected tool.
Capturing Still Images
You can capture a still image or a quick series of images (called a burst).
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If necessary, select the settings you want to use. · Select the default image format, quality level, and other properties. · Choose the number of photos, up to 10, that will be captured with each burst (5 is the default). [. . . ] Tel: 6586 3111 Fax: 6271 5088 Web Address: http://www. epson. com. sg
NEW ZEALAND Epson New Zealand
TAIWAN EPSON Taiwan Technology & Trading Ltd.
14F, No. Tel: (02) 8786-6688 Fax: (02) 8786-6633 Web Address: http://www. epson. com. tw
Where to Get Help
THAILAND EPSON (Thailand) Co. , Ltd.
42th Floor, Empire Tower, 195 South Sathorn Road, Yannawa, Sathorn, Bangkok 10120, Thailand. Tel: 02 685 9899 Fax: 02 670 0669 Web Address: http://www. epson. co. th
Type of sensor Lens Imaging area Zoom Output 5 megapixel CMOS sensor F=2. 8 29. 7 x 41. 9 cm (11. 7 x 16. 5 inch) 10x digital (2x lossless for XGA/WXGA output, 1. 9x for SXGA output) Analog: SXGA/WXGA/XGA USB: QVGA/VGA/SVGA/SXGA/XGA/UXGA Composite: NTSC/PAL Up to 30 fps 1GB SD Card Power consumption Standby: 0. 46 W Operating: 14. 5 W
Model Input Output DSA - 36 W - 12 100 - 240V AC 50/60Hz 1. 0A 12V DC 2A
Frame rate Memory (internal) Memory card compatibility
Temperature Humidity Operating: 41 to 95°F (5 to 35°C) Storage: 14 to 140°F (-10 to 60°C) Operating: 20 to 80% RH, non-condensing Storage: 10 to 90% RH, non-condensing Up to 2000 meters (6561 feet)
Range Batteries Approximately 8 m (26 feet) AA x 2
System Requirements Dimensions
Open (WxDxH) Folded (WxDxH) Weight 270 x 326 x 437 mm (10. 6 x 12. 8 x 17. 2 inches) 270 x 192 x 244 mm (10. 6 x 7. 6 x 9. 6 inches) 2. 2 kg (1 lb)
These system requirements are for using the included software: Windows: Microsoft Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP (Service Pack 2 or later) Macintosh: Mac OS X 10. 5 to 10. 6 This product is also designed for IT power distribution system with phaseto-phase voltage 230V.
Power supply 100 - 240V AC ±10% 50/60Hz
FCC Compliance Statement
For United States Users
This equipment 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 limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. [. . . ]
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