IFP70 Introduction

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Wall Mount Kit Specifications (VESA)

Please follow the instructions in the wall mount installation guide to install your wall mount or mobile mount bracket. If attaching to other building materials, please contact your nearest dealer.

Wall Mount Kit Specifications
Model VESA Spec. (A x B) Standard Screw (C x D) Quantity
IFP6570 - 65" 600 x 400 mm M8 x 25 mm 4
IFP8670 - 86" 800 x 600 mm M8 x 25 mm 4
Do not use screws that are longer than the standard dimension, as they may cause damage to the inside of the display.

Product Overview

Front Panel | Control Panel

IFP70 Front Panel and Control Panel

Rear Panel

IFP70 Rear Panel
Number Description
1 Sensor hub to monitor temperature, humidity, luminosity, and PIR (motion sensor)
2 Camera
3 Microphone
4 Smart Pen and Charger
5 Windows button
6 Source select
7 Decrease the Volume
8 Increase the Volume
9 Speaker Mute
10 Microphone Mute
11 Turn On/Off the device
Tape to enter Energy Saving Mode
Press and hold for at least two (2) seconds to enter Standby Mode
12 Remote Control Receiver
13 Power Indicator Light
14 Sensor Hub Port
15 Speaker

I/O Panel

Lower Right Side

IFP70 I/O Panel


Bottom Right

IFP70 I/O Panel


Bottom Left

IFP70 I/O Panel
Number Port Description
1 USB Type-C Charging support up to 60W, OTG, data transmission, network signal output, and an extension for audio and video. [ 20V dc/3A ]
2 HDMI OUT Connect to devices with HDMI input function.
3 HDMI IN High definition input; connect to PC with HDMI output, set-top box, or other video device.
4 USB 3.0 Connect USB devices such as hard disks, keyboard, mouse, etc. [ 5V dc/0.9A ]
5 TOUCH
  • Touch signal output to external PC.
  • Network signal output to external PC when the Embedded Player has LAN port input.
  • After connection (with external PC), the external PC’s audio can be played through the ViewBoard, and the external PC’s audio can be controlled by the audio button of the ViewBoard.
  • After connection (with external PC), the device connected to the USB 3.0 port can be directly used by an external PC.
6 DisplayPort Connect to devices with DisplayPort output function.
7 SPDIF Multichannel sound via optical signals.
8 RS-232 Serial interface; used for mutual transfer of data between devices.
9 AUDIO OUT Audio output to an external speaker.
10 LAN Standard RJ45 (10M/100M/1G) Internet connection interface.
NOTE: This network port is used for the Embedded Player and slot-in PC.
11 USB 2.0 Connect USB devices such as hard disks, keyboard, mouse, etc. [ 5V dc/0.5A ]
12 AC Switch Turn on/off AC power supply
“I” = Power on, “O” = Power off
13 AC IN AC power input

Smart Pen and Charger

Charger

The charger is magnetically attached to the lower right side of the ViewBoard. Connect the charger to the USB 3.0 port on the side of the panel.

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Button Functions of Smart Pen

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Number Description
1 Eraser
2 Previous Page
3 Next Page
4 Laser Pointer
5 LED Indicator
NOTE: After the charger has been connected to the ViewBoard, the button functions of the Smart Pen can be used.

Pairing/Unpairing

To pair/unpair the Smart Pen with the ViewBoard:

  1. Go to: Settings > Personal > Smart Pen Setting.
  2. To Pair: Press the 2 and 4 button on the Smart Pen at the same time. The LED indicator will go from solid white to flashing orange, and finally off when paired.
  3. To Unpair: Press the 3 and 4 button on the Smart Pen at the same time. The LED indicator will go from flashing orange to solid white, and finally off when unpaired.
NOTE: The connection status and moving speed can be viewed and adjusted as well.

Charging

As shown below, the Smart Pen will charge automatically by inserting it into the charger that is connected to the ViewBoard.

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NOTE: Two (2) hours of charge will yield eight (8) hours of Smart Pen use.

Sensor Hub

Once installed, and WCD mode is activated, the sensor hub will collect environmental data (Temperature, Humidity, luminosity, and PIR) and display it on-screen.

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Installation

To install the sensor hub:

  1. Insert the prongs on the bottom of the sensor into the top, upper left of the ViewBoard.
  2. Secure the sensor with the additional two screws.

WCD Mode

When activated, WCD mode will display the environmental data (Temperature, Humidity, luminosity, and PIR) supplied by the sensor hub on-screen.

To activate WCD mode:

  1. Go to: Settings > System > System Settings.
  2. Select WCD sensor hub to toggle WCD On or Off.
  3. When WCD and Sensor data notification are turned on, the environmental data will be displayed on-screen.
  4. Touching the environmental data will launch a more detailed overview of the collected data.
NOTE: When powered off/the backlight is off (standby mode), if the PIR sensors detect movement after standing by for 20 seconds it will turn on automatically.

Camera

The camera is magnetically attached to the top middle of the ViewBoard. Connect the camera to the USB 3.0 port on the side of the panel as shown below.

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NOTE: A USB cable of at least two (2) meters should be used.
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