Keyspan Presentation Remote Manual
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The Presentation Remote Pro frees you from your keyboard during a presentation or lecture. With RF, laser, mouse and audio controls in one sleek remote, it is an ideal tool for presenters and lecturers. Offering a range of more than 100 feet, the Presentation Remote Pro covers large meeting rooms and lecture halls - far outdistancing other remotes in its price range. There is no software to install - just plug the receiver into the USB port on your PC or Mac and it works within seconds. [ Report abuse or wrong photo | Share your Keyspan Presentation Remote photo ]
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User reviews and opinions
|panjet||4:47pm on Saturday, September 11th, 2010|
|counterintuitive This clicker is counterintuitive. You need to roll a roller toward you to advance the slide, and away from you to back up. Easy to use and install This remote is very easy to use and install, only took a few minutes to get familiar with it. I would recommend it! Back Button No Longer Working in Win7 I have two of these remotes and they both exhibit the problem of the back button not functioning after upgrading...|
|Christine||9:33am on Tuesday, August 10th, 2010|
|If I had known what I know now I think Id of went with anther brand. Good range overall but noise suseptable.|
|incometax||11:49am on Saturday, May 22nd, 2010|
|I purchased this unit on a whim while training at an off-site location for my company.|
|Jonn22XVA1||5:05am on Thursday, May 20th, 2010|
|I host a lot of presentations and purchased the Keyspan Presentation Remote in order to simplify. Works as should. good range They way it connects could use a little work|
|marcus075||7:00am on Wednesday, March 10th, 2010|
|Not sure of the issues others were having with it. Might depend on the quality od the USB port it is connected to.|
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Keyspan Presentation Remote Quick Start
Hardware Setup/Software Installation
Connect the Presentation Remotes RF Receiver to an available USB port Windows: Windows will detect new hardware and install appropriate software via the New Hardware Wizard. Please have your Windows System CD-ROM ready in case the Wizard asks for it. Macintosh: No software installation needed. Next, install the CR2450 battery into the Remote Control. Your Presentation Remote is now ready for use!
Using the Presentation Remote To Control Your Presentation Software
To control your presentation software (i.e. PowerPoint, Keynote, etc), first launch your software and enter its slideshow mode (see your softwares user manual for details on how to enter slideshow mode). Once you are in the slideshow, use the Composite Switch (the black switch on the right side of the remote) to move backwards and forward in your slideshow. You can also control your mouse cursor by using the MOUSE button and the LEFT/RIGHT CLICK buttons (see below). The Presentation Remote has two different modes of operation: Presentation Mode and Media Mode. Presentation Mode is used to control your presentation software. Media Mode is used to control media controls such as volume (for details, see the quick start guide below). To switch between the two different modes, press the triangle-shaped MODE button on the remote control. The MODE button will flash green when the remote is in the Media Mode. Press the MODE button again to return to the Presentation Mode. Note: Presentation Mode is the default mode.
Using the Presentation Remotes Laser Pointer (Presentation Mode)
By default, the laser is DISABLED.
To ENABLE the laser pointer, press and hold down the Laser button (blue button on the top of the remote) AND the Mode button (white triangle shaped button at the bottom of the remote) simultaneously. Press both buttons down until the Mode Button blinks RED telling you that the laser has been enabled. Note, you may need to hold down both buttons for up to 5 seconds before the Mode button flashes red. Once the laser pointer has been enabled, simply press and hold the laser button to turn on the laser. The laser will stay enabled for 30 minutes after your last laser button press.
Syncing Your Remote To The RF Receiver/Using Multiple Remotes
If your remote control is not responding or if another Presentation Remote is interfering with your remote, try changing the remotes ID and re-syncing your remote. To do this, A) on the remote control, PRESS AND HOLD the Mode Button and IN on the Composite Switch together until the Mode Button flashes green rapidly (this may take up to 5 seconds) Next, quickly B) press the Sync Remote Button on the top of the RF receiver using a paper clip or similar object. Last, C) press in on the remote controls Composite Switch (the switch moved up, down, and in). This will sync/pair the remote and the receiver together using the new ID.
Button Name Laser Pointer Mouse Button
Presentation Mode Laser Pointer On/Off Controls mouse cursor
Media Mode Launches default media player * UP=Previous Track **++ Down=Next Track **++ Left Click=Play/Pause **++ Right Click=Stop **++
Left Click Button Right Click Button
Press left side of button for left mouse click. Press right side for right mouse click. Switch to Media Mode
Switch to Presentation Mode (MODE button will flash green when in Media Mode) Up=Volume Up + Down=Volume Down+ In=Mute Volume +
Up=Previous Slide Down=New Slide In=Drag and Drop toggle
* ** + ++
Supported on Windows Only Requires Windows Media Player (Windows Only) Mac Notes: Volume Control requires Mac OS X v10.3 Mac Notes: Play/Pause/Previous: Track/Next Track requires optional software Mac OS X (10.3.9 or greater)
Need help with this Keyspan product? Please contact us at: web: www.keyspan.com/support/
|Device Type||Presentation remote control|
|Max Operating Distance||100 ft|
|Features||Built-in laser pointer, mouse emulation, volume control|
|Connector Type||1 x USB ( 4 pin USB Type A )|
|Operating System||MS Windows XP, MS Windows 2000, MS Windows ME, Apple Mac OS 9.1 or later, MS Windows 98 SE, Apple Mac OS X 10.1.5 or later, MS Windows Vista|
|Included Accessories||USB receiver|
|Battery||Standard battery - AAA type|
|Service & Support||1 year warranty|
|Service & Support Details||Limited warranty - 1 year|
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