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The Nureva Span ideation system

WM210 single system installation guide

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Important
SAFETY WARNINGS
Prior to the installation of this product, the installation instructions should be completely read and
completely understood to avoid personal injury and property damage. The installer is responsible
for ensuring all components are properly assembled and installed using the instructions provided.
WARNING: Failure to provide adequate structural strength for the wall
mount can result in serious personal injury or damage to property. The
anchors and wall to which this equipment is attached must be able to
support four times the combined weight of all equipment. Ensure the wall
structure is reinforced as required before installing the equipment.
WARNING: Exceeding the wall mounts weight capacity can result in serious personal
injury or damage to equipment. The installer is responsible for ensuring the combined
weight of all components attached to the wall mount does not exceed 33 lb. (15 kg).
WARNING: Adding additional weight to the boom by leaning, hanging or storing
items on it can result in serious personal injury or damage to property.
WARNING: Never operate this system if it is damaged. Do not open or modify the
parts or accessories. Do not use with parts or accessories not recommended by the
manufacturer. Contact your reseller with questions regarding replacement parts.
WARNING: The projector is a Class 2 laser device. Do not stare into the
projector beam. The bright light may result in permanent eye damage This
projector conforms to IEC 60825-1: 2007 and CFR 1040.10 and 1040.11.
Except for deviations to Laser Notice No.50, dated June 24, 2007.
WARNING: The touch module is certified as a Class 1 laser device. Do not open
or disassemble the touch module. Any operation or adjustment not specifically
instructed by the users guide creates the risk of hazardous laser radiation exposure.
IMPORTANT: Carefully inspect the installation area.
Avoid areas with high temperatures, humidity or concentration
of dust (such as near vents or air conditioners)
Ensure the projector gets adequate ventilation
Do not install on walls subject to vibrations and shocks
IMPORTANT: Do not use chemical or abrasive cleaners on the equipment.
IMPORTANT: Avoid touching the optical components to prevent scratches.

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Table of contents
B E F O R E YO U B EG I N

Package contents

Supply checklist

Location requirements and recommendations

I N S TA L L AT I O N

Wall mount and projector installation

10

Image alignment

13

Touch module installation and calibration

17

Calibrate touch software

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Troubleshooting

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Package contents
WA L L M O U N T

TO U C H M O D U L E

a
e

c
b

P R O J EC TO R

ACCESSORIES

WA L L M O U N T

TO U C H M O D U L E

P R O J EC TO R

ACCESSORIES

a - Wall mount boom

e - Touch module
power cord

l - Interactive projector
m - Power cable

q - Projector remote
control

f - Bracket

n - Projector plate

r - Stylus (x2)

g - Alignment card (x2)

o - Screws to
attach plate to
projector (x4)

b - Adjustment cover
c - Wall mount plate
d - Wall mount cover

h - Touch module
i - Touch module cover
j - Wire cover
k - Screws to attach
touch module to
bracket (x2)

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p - Screws to attach
projector to
boom (x4)

Supply checklist
To install the system sucessfully you need to provide the following
items. Go through this checklist and ensure everything is on hand
before you begin to install the system.

Cables and connectors

USB cords
Must meet the following specifications:
USB2.0 compliant
USB-A Male to USB-B mini Male
Cat5e Extenders - USB2.0 (required beyond 4.5 m)
HDMI cables
Ethernet cable

Tools
Tape measure
Laser level
10 mm wrench
#1 - Phillips screwdriver
#2 - Phillips screwdriver
Pencil

PC

Drafting (white) eraser


PC connected to the projectors
Must meet the following specifications:
Windows 8.1 or higher and Intel i5 or equivalent
HDMI video out port or adaptor
Support 16:6 aspect ratio and 1920 x 720 video resolution
4GB+ RAM and 2GB+ free storage
Wireless keyboard

If you are installing an HPL surface:


Wide masking tape
If you are installating a Da-Lite surface:
Rubber Mallet
3/8" open wrench of socket driver
Screws and anchors x 20 capable of supporting 350 lb.

Wireless mouse

Parts
Screws and anchors x 6 capable of supporting 132 lb.
#4 screws and anchors x 2
Wireless router

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Location requirements
and recommendations
Ensure the area you select to install your
system meets the following requirements
and recommendations.

19"

100"
MIN.
130"

122"

46"

32"

A minimum ceiling height of 100" and adequate space for a 130" image projected 32" from the floor.

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1/4" MAX.

A wall capable of supporting


four times the systems
weight of 33 lb. (132 lb.)

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A wall flatness with less


than a 1/4" bow.

To optimize touch functionality


and image quality, select an
area away from direct sunlight
where lighting can be dimmed.

Wall mount and


projector installation
This portion of the installation requires two people.
You will need the following tools and parts:

P R OV I D E D

a - Wall mount boom


d

b - Adjustment cover
c - Wall mount plate

d - Wall mount cover

l - Interactive projector
m - Power cable
n - Projector plate
o - Screws to attach plate
to projector (x4)
p - Screws to attach
projector to boom (x4)

R EQ U I R E D
Tape measure

x6

x6

Level
10 mm wrench
#2 screwdriver
Screws (x6) and wall
anchors (x6) capable of
supporting 132 lb.
HDMI cable
USB-A Male to USB-mini Male

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Assemble the parts

With the projector on a soft


surface to prevent scratches,
place the projector plate with
the angled edge alongside the
projectors vent. Attach the plate
with the four provided screws.

NOTE: If the mount or projection


surface is extended or recessed,
add or subtract the difference
from this measurement.

Determine the wall


mount placement

Once an appropriate location has


been established for the system
installation, determine where the
centerline of the image will land.
The projected image will be 130"
diagonally and 122" inches long.

Feed the projector power


cord, HDMI cable, mini USB
cable and touch module cord
through the wall mount boom.
Ensure the correct connector
ends are being fed through.

Using the measurement marking


on the side of the boom, adjust
the boom length to 27.5"
and tighten the top bolts.

CENTERLINE

130"

122"

32"

Install the wall mount


CENTERLINE

1 "

97 "

Mark the centerline, then measure 1 " to


the right. Mark that measurement and from
there measure 97 " from the floor to the top
pair of mounting holes on the plate. Place a
mark at the top of all six mounting holes.

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Ensure the mounting plate is level, mark the


remaining holes, then secure the plate to the wall
using screws and anchors capable of supporting
four times the systems weight of 33 lb. (132 lb.).

Attach the wall mount


boom to the plate

Attach the projector


to the mount

p X4

Place the boom over the plate. Leave bolts loose


in order to complete the image alignment steps.

Connect cords to
the projector

Connect the following cords


into the back of the projector:

Slide the projector onto the mount until the


plate is centered. Secure the plate to the
mount with the four screws provided.

TOUCH MODULE
POWER CORD

PROJECTOR
POWER CORD

Projector power cord


Touch module power cord
Mini USB cable
HDMI cable
HDMI
MINI USB

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Image
alignment

IMAGE SIZE

UP/DOWN

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IMAGE
ADJUSTMENT

LEFT/RIGHT

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Power on the projector

Ensure the projector is plugged in,


then press the power button on
the projector remote control.

Adjust the focus

Slide the focus switch on the left side of the


projector to bring the image into focus.

Image alignment is an iterative process. You may need


to perform these steps more than once to achieve a
correctly sized, aligned image.

Level image

Use the middle knob marked


Roll to level the top of the
projected image. Check image
with a level before proceeding
to the next adjustment.

Even image height

Use the far-right knob marked


Yaw to adjust the image until
both sides are the same
height. At this point it is more
important to get the sides even
in length than it is to get them
to the recommended length.

Square the image

Use the far-left knob marked


Pitch to adjust the image
until both sides are plum
and the image is squared.

NOTE: Use the knobs on the mount to adjust the image. Do not attempt to shift the projector with your
hands as this will make the image more difficult to align and could damage the adjustment.
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Adjust the height

Adjust image left/right

UP/DOWN

LEFT/RIGHT

If you need to raise or lower the image, use the


bolt at the bottom of the boom. The bottom of
the projected image must be 32" from the floor.

If the image needs to be adjusted either to


the left or to the right, loosen the screws
that attach the projector plate to the boom,
slide the projector and tighten the screws
again before making the next adjustment.

Measure and adjust

Tighten bolts

90 o
90 o
130"

90 o

90 o

Measure the image diagonally to determine if it is


close to the recommended 130" size with a height of
45 " and length of 122". If the image is significantly
larger or smaller, adjust the boom length and readjust the image in the same order of roll, yaw, and
pitch. If the image is skewed, make adjustments in the
order of roll, yaw and pitch until the image is square.

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Once this is complete, ensure all bolts on the mount


are tightened and attch the knob adjustment cap.

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Install the surface

Follow the instructions for your selected surface


Da-Lite IDEA screen

Da-Lite screen installation guide


NOTE: The touch module is attached to the Da-Lite

screen via a bracket included with the screen. Once the


screen is installed, skip ahead to step 4 of the touch
module installation in the next section of this guide.

W h i s p e r Te k s u r f a c e

WhisperTek surface installation guide

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Touch module
installation and calibration
You will need the following tools and parts:
P R OV I D E D
e - Touch module power cable

f - Bracket
g - Alignment card (x2)
h - Touch module
i - Touch module cover

j - Wire cover
k - Screws to attach touch
module to bracket

R EQ U I R E D
#4 screws (x2) and anchors (x2)
Level
Tape measure
#1 Phillips screwdriver
x2

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Determine touch
module placement

Install the touch module bracket


CENTERLINE

CENTERLINE

5" ABOVE
PROJECTED IMAGE

X2

X2
#4 SCREWS

Find the centerline of the projected image. Along the


centerline, mark a spot 5" above the projected image.

Place the hole on the left side of the bracket


over the mark on the centerline. Ensure
the bracket is level, and secure to the wall
with the #4 screws and anchors.

Attach the touch module

WALL ANCHORS

Attach wire cover to wall

Remove the touch module cover and place the


touch module over the bracket. The unit is magnetic
and will hold itself in place while you secure it
from the front with the two screws provided.

Test fit wire cover to conceal the wire. Remove


the backing on the adhesive and attach the
cover to the wall. Trim the cover if necessary.

Attach power cord to


touch module

Open the wire cover and lay the


touch module cord inside. Route
the cord through the channel
in the touch module and plug
it in on the side of the unit.

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Align the lasers


ADJUSTMENT ON/OFF

Press the adjustment button to switch


the touch module to adjustment mode;
the LED on the module will blink red.

Gently rotate both the black and grey knobs


clockwise until they cannot be turned any further.

Rotate the grey knob counterclockwise until both lasers align symmetrically.

Rotate the black knob counter-clockwise to move the laser beams downward
until they appear on the floor or surface below the projected image.

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Fold the laser alignment cards


along the dotted line while
keeping the paper backing
on the body of the sticker.

Hold the alignment cards against


the wall to check if the laser
falls within the grey zone. If the
dots are blurred or scattered,
adjust the black knob until
they are properly defined.

If your wall flatness varies


causing the laser to fall outside
of the grey zone, use the grey
knob to adjust the distance
of the laser from the wall.

Slide the card diagonally toward the touch module to check if the dot stays within the grey zone all the way
to the top. Repeat this process on the other beam. Ensure both beams are an equal distance from the wall.
ADJUSTMENT ON/OFF

Press the adjustment button again to switch off the


adjustment mode. The LED will go back to solid blue.

Use the two screws captured in the cover to


reattach the cover to the touch module.

WARNING: Touch does not function when


the module is in adjustment mode. Ensure
it is switched back after any adjustments.
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Span software and driver


download
Once your computer is connected via the USB and
HDMI cable, download and install the touch driver
and Span ideation software to complete this step.

Launch touch software settings

Download the touch driver


and Span ideation software
Instructions for accessing the downloads
are sent via email to your software
administrator. Alternatively, visit https://
span.nureva.com/download.html

Touch Area settings

Select Touch Area Setting and choose


Auto from the drop-down menu. The
screen will flash a series of dots.

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Once the driver has been installed, use


the PC keyboard and mouse to click on
the touch icon to launch the menu.

Calibration

Select Calibration from the menu and choose


Manual from the drop-down menu.

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Follow the on-screen calibration

Press and hold the crosshair symbol that appears on the screen until it
changes to a darker color. Lift your finger and follow the dot to the next
location. Repeat this step until the calibration process is complete.

Troubleshooting
For troubleshooting, please see our Customer Support Portal.

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Canada and other countries.
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