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Elmo Vision Bundle: TT-12i Document Camera & CRA-1 Wireless Tablet

Elmo Vision Bundle: TT-12i Document Camera & CRA-1 Wireless Tablet

Elmo Vision Bundle: TT-12i Document Camera & CRA-1 Wireless Tablet

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Elmo Vision Bundle: TT-12i Document Camera & CRA-1 Wireless Tablet

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Product Highlights

  • Capture 1080p Full HD Photos & Video
  • Use as Webcam with Services Like Skype
  • Display Documents, Images, Live Objects
  • Annotations, 96x Distortion-Free Zoom
  • Focus, Highlight, Mask, Mosaic, and More
  • Blur an Answer and Let Students Guess
  • 50 ft Wireless Control Tablet
  • Control Pen for Annotations, Etc.
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  • 1Description

The Elmo Vision Bundle includes the TT-12i interactive classroom document camera and the CRA-1 Wireless Tablet, which allows you to apply effects and perform select functions from up to 50 ft away, meaning you can walk around the classroom and operate the camera.

The TT-12i shoots photos and videos in up to 1080p Full HD resolution, can be used as a webcam with services like Skype on a Mac or PC, and features Live View mode, which lets you display a document, image, or object live on a projection screen or TV. The included software allows you to apply annotations and various effects to images as well as to images and live objects place beside one another in a split screen. Effects include 96x distortion-free Zoom, Focus, Highlight, Mask, Mosaic (which provides an engaging way for letting students guess the answer to a question), and much, much more. The TT-12i is a highly interactive classroom tool offering a large collection of features for creatively enhancing classroom lessons.

The CRA-1 Wireless Tablet includes a battery-operated pen that lets you navigate through all the features being displayed on your whiteboard or TV, click on the features as if with a mouse, and make annotations such as lines and circles. The tablet is also battery-operated and runs for 16 hours on a single charge.

  • TT-12i Interactive Document Camera

    The Elmo TT-12i Interactive Document Camera connects to a projector and allows teachers to project classroom material with constructive features/effects applied. It can also be connected to a TV set and the TV used as a display. It's USB Video Class compliant (UVC), meaning it can be used as a webcam with services like Skype by USB connection to a Mac or PC. All you'll have to do is select it as the camera of choice in the webcam service you use.

    The camera functionality captures video and photos in up to 1080p Full HD resolution. The most commonly used function, however, is Live View mode, which allows you to display any document, image, or object live via a connected projector or TV. The video/photo capture functions typically serve as secondary to Live View mode. For example, you may want to project a live image of an object along with an image of the object's back side. To do this, you'll need to take a photo of the back side and then project the photo with a Live View of the front side in a split screen or picture-in-picture setup.

    Most of the controls are available on the main body and on the included remote control. Two of these controls are Zoom and Focus. The camera is capable of enlarging an image or object by up to 96x without any distortion, and the auto-focus button will bring the image/object into crisp focus within a second or two. You'll be able to zoom in on something as small as a penny and show even its tiniest details clearly. Moreover, the camera is adjustable at the head, arm, and neck so that you can bring it within inches of an object and then zoom by 96x. The head rotates a full 360° so you can point the camera down, up, and anywhere in between; the neck can be swung to the back or front 300° so you can point at the sides, (like out of the window), and it bends downward 45° so that you can close in right overhead an object; and the arm rotates 180° to accommodate both left- and right-handed users (as the zoom dial and focus button are at the tip of the camera head).

    Another control is Highlight, which shades out every part of an image except a square portion in the center. This square can be resized and moved around to highlight other parts of the image. Another control is Mask, which is useful for going over tests. It covers your image completely, like covering a test paper with another sheet of paper, and at your command it reveals more and more of the image (the test answers) underneath. Capture controls let you capture video or photos to an optional USB flash drive or SD card, both of which the TT-12i has slots for, and the Play control brings up a library of all your captured media so you can select and play back a clip or image. The Pause control is useful for having the class follow along with a particular text. For example, you can place a textbook under the camera in Live View mode, hit the Pause button, and then remove the textbook. An image of the textbook will remain displayed as if the book is still under the camera eye. You can then read from the book and the class can follow along the paused image. The Mosaic control provides an engaging way for letting students guess. It places a blur over an image and lets you lessen the blur little by little to reveal the image.

    All these controls are also available on an included software called Image Mate, which you can use by connecting the TT-12i to a computer, Mac or PC. Connection to a computer brings up your computer's desktop on your projection display or TV. If you open Image Mate, a window will come up with a live image of whatever's under your camera eye, and a toolbox within the window will offer you the abovementioned controls and also additional ones that will let you annotate and image with lines, circles, and other markings. Image Mate also allows you to perform time-lapse photography with your camera with user-defined interval settings. Additional to a remote control and Image Mate, the TT-12i also comes with a USB cable, RGB cable, power supply, and AAA batteries.

    Key Features
    The TT-12i connects to a projector and allows teachers to project classroom material with constructive features/effects applied. It can also be connected to a TV set and the TV used as a display.

    USB Video Class Compliant The TT-12i is UVC compliant, meaning that it can be used as a webcam with services such as Skype by simple USB connection to a Mac or PC.

    96x Zoom
    The TT-12i's 12x optical zoom combines with its 8x digital zoom to enlarge images up to 96 times. The result is a clear, distortion-free display of even tiny details.

    3.4MP CMOS Sensor
    A 3.4MP image sensor captures photos of everything from fine text to 3D objects in Full HD 1080p resolution.

    Adjustable Camera Head and Arm
    The adjustable camera head and arm can be freely raised, lowered, and rotated to focus attention from above, the sides, and up close.

    Zoom Dial & AF Button
    A simple turn of the zoom dial adjusts zoom in and out, and an AF (Auto Focus) button enables easy, one-touch auto focusing.

    Multiple Video Output Resolutions The TT-12i allows you to select between several output resolutions with a simple flip of a switch. Your choices include 1080p, 720p, SXGA, WXGA, XGA, and NTSC/PAL SD resolutions.

    Audio Input and Output Audio enhancements can be applied to classroom presentations via the built-in microphone or external microphone input. Audio output can be routed through the external HDMI port or Audio Line Out port.

    Presentation Support Tools
    The TT-12i comes with an ergonomically designed wireless remote control conveniently featuring Highlight, Mask, Split Screen, Picture-in-Picture, and other functions.

    External Memory
    Still images and audio video files can be saved on an optional USB flash drive or SD memory card for future use. Files may also be saved to a PC or Mac using the included Image Mate Software.

    Record and Upload for Absent Students Video with audio, time-lapse photography, and still images can be saved on a computer for review with the whole class and uploaded online for absent students.

    30 fps Video The TT-12i captures and reproduces video at 30 frames per second.

    Functions
    - White Balance: Auto, One-Push, Manual
    - Image Mode: Text1, Text2, Text3, Graphics1, Graphics2
    - Edge Enhancement (for graphics mode)
    - Pause
    - Still Image Storage
    - Movie Storage
    - USB Image Output: Standard and USB Video Class
    - Standard USB image output
    - 8x Digital Zoom
    - Gamma Settings (for graphics mode)
    - Graphical On-Screen Display
    - Slide Show (image data)
    - Image Save: SD/SDHC memory card, USB flash drive
    - State Presets: up to 3 user settings
    - Annotation (supports optional CRA-1 and CRB-1)
    - Brightness Control: Auto (with level adjustment), Manual
    - Support Functions: Highlight, Mask, Scroll (in digital zoom), Mosaic, Split screen, Picture-in-Picture, Color Filter, Microscope, Image Rotation (0º/180º), Positive/Negative Conversion, Color/B&W
  • CRA-1 Wireless Tablet

    The CRA-1 Wireless Tablet from Elmo is a wireless tablet, perfect for use in educational settings. The tablet can operate for up to 16 hours thanks to a rechargeable Lithium-Ion battery. It communicates with a Windows-based system wirelessly thanks to the included USB transceiver.

    You'll be able to control a digital whiteboard with the tablet, and easily add stamps, text, and images to it via the included software. It's a matter of ease to switch between control over your computer screen and the image shown on the projector, perfect for multitasking during lessons and presentations.

    An optional document camera is available for use with the tablet, which further expands its functionality. When used with the camera, the tablet allows you to draw on the live image captured by the camera, control the camera and its functions, and to create lesson materials that contain real objects and digital images.

    Easy

    Easy setup for teachers
    Functional platform to create an interactive whiteboard experience
    Various recording modes and convenient functions -- including stamp, text input, and image insertion

    Optional Document Camera

    Draw on the live image that is being captured by the document camera
    Easily control the document camera and its functions
    Create lesson materials containing real objects and digital images

    Useful

    Compatible with Elmo's TT02RX, CO-10, P10S, and P30S
    Features a 50' (15 m) wireless range
    Operates for up to 16 hours on a full charge
    UPC: 008404102771
In the Box
Bundle Items
  • AC Adapter
  • AC Cord
  • RGB Cable
  • USB Cable (for Connection to PC)
  • Remote Control
  • Set of AAA Batteries (for Remote Control)
  • Image Mate Software (CD)
  • Image Mate Software Installation Manual
  • Instruction Manual (CD)
  • Basic Startup Guide
  • Limited 5-Year Warranty
  • Pen
  • Wireless Adapter
  • AAA Battery
  • Lithium-Ion Battery
  • 1-Year Limited Warranty
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Specifications
  • TT-12i Interactive Document Camera
    Camera
    Sensor 1/2.8" CMOS sensor; 3,400,000 pixels
    Resolution Analog RGB: 800 x 800 TV lines or more
    Video output: 500 (H) TV lines or more
    Frame Rate 30 fps
    Total Pixels 2144 x 1588
    Effective Pixels 1920 x 1536
    Zoom Powered, 12x optical; 8x digital
    Input Terminals 1x RGB input mini D-sub 15-pin female
    1x Mic In/Line Out (shared) 1/8" (3.5 mm) stereo mini jack
    Output Terminals 1x RGB mini D-sub 15-pin female
    1x Composite video RCA pin jack / 75Ω unbalanced
    1x HDMI NTSC/PAL
    1x Line Out 1/8" (3.5 mm) stereo mini jack
    Input Selection Main / External
    HDMI Output Image output: 1080p/720p
    Audio output: PCM 44.1 kHz sampling frequency
    Analog RGB Output 1920 x 1080 @ 60 Hz
    1280 x 720 @ 60 Hz
    SXGA: 1280 x 1024 @ 60 Hz
    WXGA: 1280 x 800 @ 60 Hz
    XGA: 1024 x 768 @ 60 Hz
    Video Output Selection Switch Available; NTSC/PAL
    Memory Interface 1x SD memory card slot
    1x USB host Type A (2.0 compliant)
    External Control Terminal 1x USB device Mini-B (2.0 compliant / UVC compliant)
    Optics
    Lens F3.2-3.6, f=4.0 - 48.0 mm
    Shooting Area 1080p:
    Max. 16.6 x 9.2" (42 x 23.3 cm)
    Min. 1.9 x 1" (4.8 x 2.7 cm)

    720p:
    Max. 16.6 x 9.2" (42 x 23.3 cm)
    Min. 1.9 x 1" (4.8 x 2.7 cm)

    SXGA:
    Max. 16.6 x 13.1" (42 x 33.4 cm)
    Min. 1.9 x 1.5" (4.8 x 3.8 cm)

    WXGA:
    Max. 16.6 x 10.2" (42 x 26 cm)
    Min. 1.9 x 1.2" (4.8 x 3 cm)

    XGA:
    Max. 16.6 x 12.3" (42 x 31 cm)
    Min. 1.9 x 1.4" (4.8 x 3.6 cm)
    Focus Auto / Manual / Zoom Sync
    Interface
    Input Selection Main / External
    Memory Interface 1x SD memory card slot
    1x USB host Type A (2.0 compliant)
    General
    Lamp White LED
    Security Lock Slot Available
    Power Source 12 VDC (AC adapter AC 100-240 V)
    Power Consumption 16.2 W (AC adapter included)
    Dimensions Open for use: 14 x 14.7 x 16.2" (35.5 x 37.4 x 42.7 cm)
    Folded: 7.7 x 11.6 x 18.4" (19.5 x 29.4 x 47 cm)
    Weight Main unit: Approx. 7.1 lb (3.2 kg)
    Packaging Info
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 21.2 x 15.4 x 9.2"
  • CRA-1 Wireless Tablet
    Range 50' (15.2 m)
    Battery Life Operating Time: 16 hours
    Auto Power Off Time: 30 minutes
    Full Charging Time: 4 hours
    Electrical Requirements USB: 5VDC, 500mA
    Lithium-Ion Battery: 3.7VDC, 50mA
    System Requirements Operating System
    Microsoft Windows XP, Windows Vista & Windows 7 (32-bit and 64-bit)
    Mac OS X 10.5 and higher
    Hardware
    USB port
    Environmental Requirements Operating Temperature: 32-104°F (0-40°C)
    Dimensions 12.4 x 0.9 x 10.1" (31.4 x 2.2 x 25.7cm)
    Weight 1.48 lb (0.67kg)
    Packaging Info
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 14.3 x 12.4 x 3.1"

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