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PC Presenter

Computer Control

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Table of Contents

Table of Contents

 

Introduction ...............................................................................................................

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TXC-MS(L) Transmitter .....................................................................................................

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TXC-MS(L) controls .............................................................................................................

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TXC-MS(L) mouse controls......................................................................................................

3

Trigger switch.................................................................................................................

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AXR-MSE Wireless Mouse and Keyboard Controller .......................................................

4

Pre-Installation ..........................................................................................................

7

Setting the TXC-MS(L) transmitter DIP switch ..................................................................

7

IR and RF Settings ............................................................................................................

7

Radio Code Settings .........................................................................................................

8

Setting radio codes ............................................................................................................

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Setting the Device DIP switch ...........................................................................................

9

Using the PC Presenter Without a PC Computer............................................................

10

Setting Mouse Mode .......................................................................................................

12

Wiring Requirements.......................................................................................................

12

Wiring guidelines..............................................................................................................

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Preparing captive wires........................................................................................................

.. 13

Installing the PC Presenter ....................................................................................

15

Installing the PC Presenter for Stand Alone Operation ...................................................

15

Step 1: Connecting the AXR-MSE to the PC keyboard and PC ............................................

15

Step 2: Connecting the AXR-MSE to the PC mouse and PC ................................................

15

Step 3: Connecting an optional external IR sensor to the AXR-MSE ....................................

15

Installing the PC Presenter for AXlink Operation ............................................................

16

Using AXlink for data and power............................................................................................

16

AXlink data and 12 VDC power supply connections ..............................................................

16

LED indicators.................................................................................................................

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Programming the PC Presenter ............................................................................

19

Programming the PC Presenter in Stand Alone Mode....................................................

19

Using PC Presenter Commands .....................................................................................

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C - Clear memory...............................................................................................................

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H - List commands (Help) ......................................................................................................

20

L - Short form listing of keycodes...........................................................................................

20

M - Display available memory ................................................................................................

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T - Long form list of stored keycodes .....................................................................................

21

V - Display version and copyright info....................................................................................

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Programming Transmitter Pushbuttons ..........................................................................

21

Exiting program mode ............................................................................................................

22

Programming the PC Presenter for Use With an Axcess Central Controller ..................

23

Creating a buffer for keyboard input.......................................................................................

23

Send_Commands ..................................................................................................................

23

Send_Strings..........................................................................................................................

24

Mouse Control Channels........................................................................................................

25

Using Levels...........................................................................................................................

26

Using the OLDesign Engraving Program .............................................................

27

TXC-MS(L) Battery Replacement ..........................................................................

29

Replacing the batteries ...................................................................................................

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Introduction

Introduction

The PC Presenter PC is a wireless PC keyboard and mouse controller that can be used as a standalone unit or as an bus device connected to a Central Controller via AXlink; controlling PC keyboard and mouse functions, and devices connected to the AXlink bus.

The PC Presenter transmitter is available with a built-inlaser pointer(TXC-MSL),or without the laser pointer(TXC-MS).

The PC Presenter (FIG. 1) consists of aTXC-MS(L)wireless transmitter and anAXR-MSEWireless Mouse and Keyboard Controller (receiver/processor). TheTXC-MS(L)transmitter has mouse controls and can be equipped with up to 24 pushbuttons with an engraved overlay. Each pushbutton performs a specific operation according to the Axcess software in your AMX control system, and the mouse disc and buttons control PC mouse functions. TheTXC-MS(L)'scordlesshand-helddesign lets you interact with your audience and your computer with convenience and comfort.

TXC-MS(L)transmitter

AXR-MSEWireless Mouse and Keyboard

Controller (receiver/processor)

FIG. 1 PC Presenter - transmitter and receiver units

The PC Presenter can be used in stand-aloneor AXlink mode. The PC Presenter can control a PC keyboard and mouse functions, plus any devices connected to the AXlink bus.

The PC Presenter can also be used in RF or IR control mode. Set the control mode by setting the transmitter DIP switch (refer to the Setting the TXC-MS(L)transmitter DIP switch subsection). IR applications require an external IR sensor(IRX-DM+orIRX-SM+)configured for 455 KHz operation.

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