Heh, remembering more now, the IWB installations that were done before my time here: the poles are at the wrong height to project onto the board.
The installer's solution?
Steal some Lego and Blutack from the classroom to make little Lego legs for the back of the projector to angle it correctly :)
thats why we do all ours ourselves :cool:
Originally Posted by torledo
we used to do them with predetermined lengths of cable but its fiddly if you dont have a loftspace. now we by custom faceplates with screw terminals so we run the cabling from projector to wallbox then chop and wire everything to the faceplate.
Pity the projector's not run on DC instead of AC - if that were the case the coil plus the steel pole would make a huge electromagnet and start attracting all the steel items in the classroom. Imagine the carnage by the end of the day!
that looks an awful unsafe job, but i suspect it was done as a result of somebody telling the installer - 'you MUST not cut wires on the power' , so he didn't. either that or he didnt have a ladder high enough, or perhaps it was his last day working for the company ??