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EPSON EB-696Ui Interactive Finger Touch Projector at Caulfield Grammar

EPSON EB-696Ui Interactive Finger Touch Projector

AV uplift for Caulfield Grammar’s Roy Hoult

With a campus in Caulfield, Caulfield Grammar aims to provide a quality education for all of their students. With a broad, challenging curriculum that promotes creativity and innovation, Caulfield Grammar strives to imbue students with an appreciation for learning whilst moulding them into responsible, global citizens who make meaningful contributions to society.

Caulfield Grammar worked with DIB to revamp the AV systems in 8 classrooms, all found within the ground floor of their Roy Hoult building. This involved the installation of new projectors and speakers.

EPSON EB-696Ui Interactive Finger Touch Projector at Caulfield Grammar
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Installation process

Before the commencement of any new installations, DIB removed old equipment within the classrooms, such as old projectors and speakers, as Caulfield Grammar is a valued client of DIB.

An EPSON EB-696Ui Interactive Finger Touch Projector was installed in each classroom. This versatile projector, with 3500 ANSI lumens of light output and full HD resolution, changes the dynamics of the modern classroom.  Through the use of a special pen, the projector can transform an existing whiteboard into a giant touch screen. Students and teachers can also use these pens (or their fingers) to interact with the display, allowing for a more hands-on lesson. Further, the bright, vibrant images produced by the projector is perfect for the interactive features of the projector.

To provide audio reinforcement for the projector’s in-built speakers, DIB installed a Kramer 2-way speaker system. The system features two 30 watt speakers which can effectively carry sound throughout the classroom.

To make using the newly installed systems easier and simpler, Extron MLC62RS wall control panels were fitted. These panels takes all of the system’s features and centralises them in one place. The panel comes with buttons that turn the system on and off, control the volume and select the source to be displayed on the projector.

A HDMI input plate, with an integrated USB input, was fitted at the front of the classrooms. The HDMI input lets users connect their devices to the projector and display content locally, while the USB input works perfectly with some of the projector’s interactive features, such as saving notes from the projector directly onto a USB stick.

For assistance with your custom audio visual requirements, contact a DIB Audio Visual Solutions Consultant today. Phone (03) 9457-4800 or email us at info@dibaustralia.com.au