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Room TH 604

Icon of microscope This is a Lab type room. Select the Software/Equipment tab below to view additional information about any computers, software, and/or lab equipment in this room.


Basic Information

Room Type
Lab - Teaching Lab
Building
Thornton Hall
Scheduled By
Earth & Climate Sciences
Supported By
Academic Technology
Capacity
24
Description
Meteorology Lab
Support Information
For more information about this room, contact Academic Technology at at@sfsu.edu or via phone at (415)405-5555

Computer Ports & Adapters

In this room, you can connect your computer to VGA ports. Make sure you have the right adapter(s) before coming to class. Please note that the adapters in this table are just examples. Adapters vary by brand, color, shape, etc.

If your computer has... Adapter for VGA
USB-C USB-C to VGA
Mini DisplayPort MiniDP to VGA
HDMI HDMI to VGA
VGA — None —

Audio & Visual Equipment

A/V Equipment In Room? Notes
LCD Projector
LCD TV
VCR/DVD
HDMI
VGA Modern computers will typically require an adapter for VGA. You can reserve one by calling (415)405-5555 or emailing at@sfsu.edu. Please include the model number of your computer so you can be matched with the appropriate adapter.
Mic
CourseStream
Doc Cam
Zoom Enabled
Blu-ray
Select the Software/Equipment tab at the top of the page to view additional information about any computers, software, and/or lab equipment in this room.

TURNING ON THE SYSTEM

STEP 1: Turn on the main power-switch.

STEP 2: On the projector control panel inside the middle drawer, press ON once, and wait 30 seconds.

CONNECTING A LAPTOP: VGA OR HDMI

*All consoles come equipped with VGA, but some have HDMI as well. Please refer to the classroom database chart for what's installed in specific classrooms.

STEP 1: On the projector control panel inside the middle drawer, press COMP to select the appropriate input (respective classrooms may use different inputs):

VGA cable: COMPUTER, LAPTOP, or VGA
HDMI cable: HDMI

STEP 2: Connect VGA (15-pin) or HDMI (small trapezoid) cable to laptop (respective laptops may require adapters).
(When using VGA, plug the attached audio-cord into laptop's headphone jack for sound)

*Computer cables will either be to the side of the wooden box or inside the middle drawer. 

STEP 3: At the AV1 Input Selector, press in the appropriate button when using:

VGA cable: COMPUTER AUDIO or VGA AUDIO
HDMI cable: HDMI AUDIO

STEP 4: To get audio, turn on the amplifier (PA Power Switch). Adjust volume using the Master Volume Control knob.

Mirroring your display

Mac: COMMAND  + F1 (COMMAND + dim brightness on macs with a touchbar)
Windows: WINDOWS SYMBOL + P, then select DUPLICATE

RECEIVING CABLECAST

STEP 1: On the projector control panel inside the middle drawer, press VIDEO. (on the projected image, input should indicate VIDEO).

STEP 2: At the AV1 Input Selector, press in button labeled CABLE TV. 

STEP 3: Turn on the amplifier (PA Power Switch). Adjust volume using the Master Volume Control knob.

STEP 4: Select the desired cable channel using the keypad on the Sony cable TV channel selector (CHANNEL # + ENTER).

STEP 5: Call x15103 to start the cablecast.

USING THE VCR/DVD PLAYER

STEP 1: On the projector control panel inside the middle drawer, press VIDEO. (on the projected image, input should indicate VIDEO).

STEP 2: At the AV1 Input Selector, press in button labeled VCR/DVD. 

STEP 3: Turn on the amplifier (PA Power Switch). Adjust volume using the Master Volume Control knob.

STEP 4: Turn on VCR/DVD combo player. Insert media and press play.

USING THE DOCUMENT CAMERA

STEP 1: On the projector control panel inside the middle drawer, press VIDEO. (on the projected image, input should indicate VIDEO).

STEP 2: At the AV1 Input Selector, press in button labeled VIDEO OVERHEAD. 

STEP 3: Document camera is located on a sliding tray on the side of the wooden box. Slide out the tray, erect the arms, and press the power button. 

STEP 4: Place desired item on the surface of the document camera to project onto the screen.



Request Additional Help: 

M-Th 8am-8pm

F 8am-5pm

(415) 405-5555

LIB 80

Software/Equipment in this room

Configuration: MacBookPro 16,1

Hardware: 1 MacBook Pro

Configuration: MacBookAir 7,2

Hardware: 17 MacBook Airs