How to install an interactive screen
The acquisition of an interactive screen often creates difficulties in terms of installation and start-up. To make it easier for you, you can use a professional to install your interactive screen. A technician who is familiar with the specifics of installing interactive solutions will guide you through this exercise, and will be able to test and approve your equipment.
Interactive displays and other similar media such as interactive whiteboards require a good knowledge of connectivity before any use. It is very important to be able to identify the cables supplied and the input sockets. There is usually a USB cable to connect your monitor to a computer or mobile device such as a tablet or smartphone. A VGA cable is also required to display content on your interactive screen, as well as a stereo audio jack to play the sound. Your equipment also has an installation software or CD that you will need to launch. Just follow the instructions on the screen, and restart your computer if necessary when the installation is complete.
The stand is an essential part of the installation of an interactive screen. First of all, you need to think about how you want to use your interactive screen. If you need to move it often from one meeting room to another, it is preferable to opt for a mobile stand on wheels, to move it easily. The fixed bracket will be chosen for wall installation.
The help of a technician specialized in interactive screen installation can be useful and essential for those who hesitate to install their equipment by their own means. These specialists, located throughout the country, both in urban and rural areas, will be able to provide you with a quality and reassuring service, which includes the delivery of the equipment, the physical installation of the interactive screen and its software, maintenance and after-sales service, but also the necessary training to fully understand how to use your equipment. The first step for a professional is to visit the place where you want to install your interactive screen, in order to learn about the possible difficulties of access to the installation (stairs, narrow corridor, floor…), the solidity of the walls, without forgetting the proximity of a mains socket to avoid long power cables. This identification work will allow the technician to provide a service in the best possible conditions, while respecting the deadlines.
Depending on the size of the screen you have chosen, several technicians can move around. After many advices on the ideal location and height of your screen, they will install your equipment in the chosen location. Tests and settings will then be carried out as well as a presentation of the equipment. Finally, the specialists themselves clean the installation site and are able to return under the service guarantee if a defect or malfunction is detected.