Using the DC100 Wireless Document Camera Wirelessly

Using the DC100 Wireless Document Camera Wirelessly

The DC100 Document Camera is capable of being used with both a wired and a wireless connection. The wired connection uses a USB A-B cable to plug directly into a Clear Touch internal PC or an external PC. Connecting via the USB cable is also necessary to authenticate the stand alone Canvas software that comes with the document camera. 

The document camera connects wirelessly by broadcasting its own WiFi SSID. In order to connect to the camera, first make sure the camera is charged and powered on. Next, go into your WiFi settings for your PC. In the list of available networks, look for the SSID that begins with "CTI" like the example below:

Each document camera has its own unique SSID, but they all have the same CTI prefix. Once you are connected to the document camera's SSID, it will show up as an available camera input both with Canvas or any other camera application, such as "Camera" on Windows 10. 

Below is a link to a video walk-through of running through these steps on a Windows 10 PC:

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