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When using ResponseCards, run a test prior to your meeting, to ensure that all clickers are on the correct channel and responses are being received by TurningPoint. Its lightweight and durable enclosure allows it to be easily transported from room to room or around the globe for optimum portability. The LCD screen displays response selected, channel setting and battery life. You are not able to vote yet. Your response was not accepted.
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For more details on the ResponseCard RF, consult our article on how to use the ResponseCard Range — 5 of 5 The range of the ResponseCard RF, when used with the standard receiver, is rated at a straight line distance of feet. Turning Technologies ResponseCard RF and Receiver Ease of use — 5 of 5 ResponseCards cards are very easy to use once they are correctly setup and on the proper channel.
These clickers are nearly indestructible. Polling is not open. You have pressed the GO or Ch button. Their minimalistic design makes it simple for first-time users to figure out how to submit a vote and the ability to use multiple receivers allows you to cover even the largest room. Your response was not accepted.
Coming in at roughly the size of a credit card, ResponseCards may be a little too portable for their own good, as they seem to have a way leaving the meeting room in the pockets of attendees.
Answer Key – answers automatically transmitted. When using the ResponseCard RF you will see different sequences of blinking lights.
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The clicker remembers responsecwrd channel you last joined. Your email address will not be published.
Successful transmissions are acknowledged via LED with a three second green light signal. The most recent revision has a loop to attach a lanyard directly to the keypad, rather that having to slip the keypad into a plastic sleeve and attach the lanyard to the sleeve.
By gesponsecard, Turning Technologies systems are set up for Channel I love that the ResponseCards are credit card sized and weigh about an ounce.
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To answer a question, press the button for the answer you want reciever. Make sure that your keypad is set to the correct channel.
With the ResponseCard RF, the green light comes on for a few seconds as confirmation that your answer has been received. If you pressed the button accidentally, just wait a couple seconds. The process will timeout shortly. Instructors planning to use Receivre Hat for summer or fall should complete the Top Hat planning form to ensure wireless coverage and technology support is available.
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February 8, at 1: This is document ayrr in the Knowledge Base. Programmable – manually enter new ID number.
Select a channel in less than five seconds, indicating session choice Select a channel anytime – even when a session is underway Channel selection is stored in nonvolatile memory Channel selection is preserved until changed by participant RF Technology 82 channels can be running at once in close proximity Fully FCC, CE, C-Tick, TELEC and Industry Canada certified Will not interfere with other technologies. Options Help Chat with a consultant. Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published.
The range of the ResponseCard RF, when used with the standard receiver, is rated at a straight line distance of feet. At feet, responses took up to 3 seconds to be acknowledged by the receiver.
My tests show this number to be very conservative. The card is powered by two coin cell CR 3. The LCD screen displays response selected, channel setting and res;onsecard life.
It is roughly the size of a credit card. This content has been archivedand is no longer maintained by Indiana University. The number responssecard keypads you can use is limited only by how many USB devices you can plug into your computer. Durability — 5 of 5 These clickers are nearly indestructible.