Elvehjem L160 Quick Reference Guide

How to operate the projector in Elvehjem L160

L160 Reference

System Power

To turn on the system, press the touch panel to wake it up and then select a source.

To turn off the system, press the power button on the touch panel and follow the prompts.

Volume Control

Program Volume adjusts the volume from the selected video source. Microphone Volume adjusts the volume for both microphones (podium and wireless microphone) simultaneously.


To connect a laptop, use the provided HDMI and VGA connections and optional adapters. HDMI includes audio, but VGA requires plugging the 3.5 mm Audio cable into your laptop's headphone jack.


Select the Blu-Ray source and then use the Blu-Ray/DVD Controls to control the Blu-Ray player.

Wireless Mic

Press and hold the On/Off/Mute button to turn the wireless microphone on, the light will be green when the mic is on. Press and hold the On/Off/Mute button to turn the wireless microphone off. The light will be off when the microphone is off. Press the On/Off/Mute button once to mute the microphone. The light will be orange when the mic is muted. If the microphone seems not to work despite being unmuted and the volume turned up on the control panel, check the Gain switch to make sure it is set to mic. Batteries for the wireless mic are stored at the podium.

Need technical help support?

Please contact the Communication Arts Instructional Media Center

Phone: 608-263-6664

Email: imc@commarts.wisc.edu

Support Hours: 8:00AM - 6:00PM Monday - Friday

Additional Notes:

- All classrooms should be locked when you are done teaching unless there is a class immediately following yours. If you aren't sure if a class is following yours please lock the classroom

- Please turn off all projectors as soon as your class is done

- Please turn off all lights in the classroom

- Please turn off all microphone battery packs

Keywords:LVM, elvehjem, L160   Doc ID:114090
Owner:Michael H.Group:CommArts Instructional Media Center
Created:2021-10-05 09:26 CDTUpdated:2021-10-11 14:45 CDT
Sites:CommArts Instructional Media Center
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