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155 Dwinelle

Dwinelle 155
Portable Technology Access

Key required for left side closet door where the document camera is stored. To access this equipment please fill out this form. Note: No key is needed to access the right side closet where the control panel, wireless mic, DVD/VCR are located.

Equipment in Room
To request portable equipment, go to Classroom Technology Equipment.
LocationNotes
Data/Video Projector
Location: 
Projection booth
Computer Input
Location: 
Wall
VGA-mini cable & Mac adapter
Location: 
Closet
DVD Player
Location: 
Closet
Control Panel - AMX
Location: 
Closet
Auxiliary Video Input
Location: 
Closet
Wireless Lav Mic
Location: 
Closet
VHS VCR
Location: 
Closet
Document Camera
Location: 
Closet
Notes: 
Key required to access.
Wired Lav Mic
Location: 
Wall
Notes: 
Under blackboard; behind projector screen
Accessibility Information
Accessibility: 
Assistive Listening System
Accessibility: 
Stage Accessible
Display Capabilities
Display Capabilities: 
Data/Video projection
Display Capabilities: 
Power screen
Display Capabilities: 
Manual screen
Native display resolution: 
1024 x 768. 60hz
Ethernet Information
Contact IST Service Desk for internet issues, 510-664-9000 -http://ist.berkeley.edu/services/catalog/network
Internet: 
Air Bears Wireless
Internet: 
Ethernet Port - DHCP
Room Attributes
Seats: 
490
Room: 
Zoned lighting
Room: 
Blackboard
Room: 
Lectern
Room: 
Projection booth
Room: 
Has storage
Room: 
Fixed seating
Classroom Images
Dw 155 wall panel
Dw 155 wall panel
Instructions

Using a Wireless Lavalier Microphone

 

Operation

Clip the microphone onto your clothes. For optimal voice amplification, clip the microphone about 6” below the chin. An easy way to determine the distance is to spread your hand with your thumb and pinkie finger extended. With your thumb placed at your chin, your pinkie finger pointing down will determine the spot to clip the microphone. The body pack can be clipped on the waistband or placed in a pocket.

Turn on the microphone by flipping the small switch on top of the body pack to ON. After a few seconds the light next to the switch should turn green. If the light stays red, the battery is no good and needs to be switched out for a new one.

Locate the volume knob labeled Wireless on the microphone panel and turn up. Depending upon the room the panel could either be located on the back wall of the stage, side of the podium, or workbench. *Crackling and/or weak audio can result from a low battery life. Replacing the battery can resolve this issue.

Changing the Battery

Turn the body pack upside down. Press thumb on the latch that says open. Remove battery and replace with a fresh 9V battery. *Make sure the battery is placed in correctly.

Related Activities: 
Using Classroom Technology
Downloadable Instruction Sheets