Built-in PC: Present
Laptop ports: Present
VCR Player: Present
Doc Cam: Not Present
120 Cole – How to Use AV Rover - Instructions.pdf
AV Rover 200
The AV Rover system is fitted with a projector, a
DVD/VCR player, a sound system, a wireless microphone, a
built-in computer with wireless network adapter, and a
set of laptop connections.
Note - The AV Rover is locked and
parked in room #102 Cole. Please contact Dan Sehnert
email@example.com. 2215 Meyer Hall, (530)
752-1256) to check out the AV Rover and to get a key
to unlock the AV Rover from the wall station and to roll it to
Cole classroom. Please return the AV Rover to room 102
Cole, after use.
Turning off the Av Rover
Shut down the
computer as you normally would power
down a computer.
- Press the power
button twice to turn off the projector.
The projector will speed up its fan and
then shutdown completely. This may take
several minutes, but be sure the
projector does shut down.
- DO NOT
unplug the Av
Rower's power cord until the projector
fan has stopped. Moving the system while
the projector is still hot may cause
damage to the lamp.
- Press the power
buttons on the DVD/VHS and amplifier to
completely shut down the unit.
Extension Cord Reel
The power is supplied by a ceiling-mounted commercial
cord reel: Hubbell HBLC40123TT Cord Reel with Triple Tap
The classroom is equiped with a wireless access point: EnGenius
ENH200 Wireless Client Bridge/Access Point Long Range
802.11 b/g/n up to 150 Mbps / 500mW High Power for Long
The classroom (120 Cole) is equipped with a DSL modem
from Billion model BiPAC 8500 with a symmetric data rate
of 2.3 Mbps (2-wire SHDSL).
The modem is connected to the NAM #
156882 in 120 Cole building. The Modem is maintained by
Campus Communication Resources (call Jennie at
530-754-5777 for help with modem).
Wireless Net5work Adapter
The built-in computer is equipped with a USB wireless
network adapter (Rosewill RNX-N150UBE Wireless Adapter )
for connection to the access point.
The AV Rover is fitted with
a wireless microphone (Sennheiser-EW122G 3A). It
consists of a body pack transmitter, a cardioid lavalier,
and rack mountable receiver.
Note - The body pack needs two AA
batteries. Make sure the batteries are fresh and
working. A set of fresh batteries provides up to
eight hours of continuous operation.
The AV Rover is fitted with a VGA cable and an audio
cable for laptop connection.
If your laptop is configured for DHCP, then you should be able to connect
to our wireless access point. Please contact Animal
Science IT office for access code. The name of the
wireless access point in 120 Cole is COLEA and in the
horse barn is HORSEBARN
Built-in Desktop Computer
The Av Rover is fitted with a built-in desktop
computer. It is installed on the middle shelf, behind the
front door. The computer is a DELL OptiPlex 990 Small Form Factor
wit h the solid state hard drive, running under Windows 7 operating system.
The Microsoft Office 2010 applications are installed on
the computer. There are two USB ports on the left edge of
the monitor to be used for USB memory thumb drives. Please shut
computer after use.
OptiPlex 990 Small Form
Factor Base Standard PSU
Intel® Core™ i7 2600
Processor (3.4GHz, 8M)
Dell UltraSharp U2412M
24"W Monitor, 24.0 Inch
VIS, Widescreen, VGA/
1GB AMD RADEON HD 6450
(1 DP/ DVI), Low Profile
128GB 2.5 3.0Gb/s Solid
State SATA with 8MB
Slimline DVD+/-RW Roxio
Genuine Windows® 7
Microsoft Office 2010
The AV Rover is fitted with a DVD/VCR player. The
remote control is anchored to the AV Rover drawer and can be used
to operate the player. Please shut off the player after
The AV Rover is fitted with a
LCD projector. The projector is a Mitsubishi
WD620U Projector. Please shut off the projector after use.
The screen is a Da-Lite portable screen: Carpeted Picture
King , Viewing Area: 60" x 80" Diagonal: 100" Format:
Video (1.33:1) Surface Type: Matte White Case Finish:
Grey Carpet. Mfr # 76753
One of the walls in 120 Cole classroom is
painted flat off-white to be used as a
projection screen. Position the AV Rover about
20 feet from the center of this wall for best
LCD Projector Maintenance:
Once a year have the projector fan cleaned out. Lamp
life is 4,000 hours.
Description: WD620U Bulb Mitsubishi
Bare Bulb vs Lamp Assembly
- The DVD player was replaced on
November 10, 2015 under DELL warranty
- Cabinet: Clean the cabinet by gently wiping it
with a soft, lint free cloth.
- Lenses: Clean the lenses by gently wiping with a
soft, lint free cloth (do not use a paper tissue!).
Clean by breathing on the lens to create moisture
then wipe with lint free cloth (If need be, use a
special optical cleaner only!).
- Never use strong cleaning agents such as acetone
or benzene! These substances can damage the surface
and the anti-reflex coating!
Abbas Ahmadi (752-5886,