Junior Achievement | Crestron Control

This article will describe the functions available on the Crestron control system.


Basic System Operation:

From this screen, the projector can be turned on and off, the projection screen can be raised or lowered, video source's can be adjusted, and the selected source volume can be adjusted or muted.


1. Tap the touch panel to display the start screen.

Crestron Start Screen

2. Tap the Start Button icon to turn the system on.

3. To display a video source select the desired input on the left side of the touch panel.

 Video Inputs Screen

Note: By selecting a video input this will automatically turn the projector on and lower the projection screen

4. To adjust audio levels for the selected video source use the small image of the volume up button and small image of the volume down button icons located to the right of the video inputs. 

5. To mute the audio from the video source click the small image of the volume mute button icon located just under the audio level controls.

Note: From the main start screen you can also raise the projector screen using the Screen "Up" and "Down" arrows. As well as turn the projector on or off using the Projector Power controls.

Projector Power Controls

Advanced System Controls:

Select the audio icon small image of the advanced audio settings buttonon the top left of the touch panel to get to the advanced systems control page.

From this screen volume can be adjusted for the microphones, the active video source as well as the individual speaker zones. 

1. To adjust the wireless microphone volume select the small image of the volume up button and small image of the volume down button icons under the Wireless Pane. 

Wireless Microphone Page

Note: Depending on which microphone you are using make the appropriate selection on the right side of that pane (Lavalier or Handheld). 

2. To adjust the wired microphone volume select the small image of the volume up button and small image of the volume down button icons under the Wired Mic column. 

Wired Microphone Page

Note: The Wired mic is the microphone located in the "radio station" room. 

3. To adjust the video source volume select the small image of the volume up button and small image of the volume down button icons under the Video Source column.

Video Source Audio Page

4. To adjust the Zone Volumes select the small image of the volume up button and small image of the volume down button icons under the zone you'd wish to control. 

Zone Volumes Page

Zone Identifier

JA Floor Plan Zone Map

System Shutdown:

1. To shut down the system tap the power icon in the upper right.

Power Off Panel

Radio Station PC XPanel:

To login to the computer located in the radio station room, follow the steps below.

1. Wake the computer by moving the mouse.

Pre CTRL ALT DEL screen


2. Press CTRL + ALT + DEL keys on the keyboard.

Post CTRL ALT DEL screen

3. Enter the login information in the corresponding fields.

Username: student Password: student

Login Screen

4. Go to the start menu on the Radio Station PC. Find Crestron, then select CrestronXPanel-JA

closeup of the start menu navigation to the crestron xpanel

5. To begin press the Start Button icon to turn the system on.

image of the xpanel from the pc

6. To display the volume controls press the audio icon small image of the advanced audio settings buttonon the top left of the touch panel.

image of the blank xpanel from the pc

7. To adjust the video source volume select the small image of the volume up button and small image of the volume down button icons under the Video Source column.
    
8. To adjust the wired microphone volume select the small image of the volume up button and small image of the volume down button icons under the Wired Mic column.

image of the xpanel from the pc

Note: The Wired mic is the microphone located in the "radio station" room.




Keywords:control   Doc ID:95989
Owner:Paul V.Group:Fox Valley Technical College
Created:2019-11-19 13:23 CSTUpdated:2020-01-15 11:46 CST
Sites:Fox Valley Technical College
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