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Important instructions for the cleaning and disinfecting of your control panel.
Connecting to the control panel from the switcher and/or DashBoard. The connection that is used depends on the switcher you are connecting the control panel to. Acuity® switchers do not support DashBoard connections.
This chapter provides a basic introduction to the control panel, including an overview of the different areas on the control panel, using the menu system, as well as an introduction to the various ports, and video buses.
The interface to the control panel can be accessed through DashBoard, the 3-knob menu, and the touchscreen displays.
All Ross® switcher control panels operate on the same basic principles for assigning a row to an ME and selecting sources on the buses of that ME.
When the TouchDrive panel has been booted in Carbonite mode you can use DashBoard running on the panel to configure network setting and other aspects of the panel setup.
Personality settings allow you to configure how you interact with the control panel and switcher, as well as how the buttons on the control panel appear. All of these settings are stored in the Personality register.
Upgrade the software and operating systems on the TouchDrive control panel.
The TouchDrive control panel can control either an Acuity® or Carbonite based switcher by booting in either Acuity® or Carbonite mode.
Diagnostics consist of a number of tests that are used to confirm the functionality of your equipment.
Calibration allows you to reset the limits of the faders on the control panel and re-center the positioner.
Switcher resources, video specifications, power rating, and port pinouts.
The TouchDrive control panel can be mounted into a desk. This section provides a guide for the desk cutout dimensions.