Tuesday, September 16, 2008

IOInfo: Calibrating Elo Touchscreens

Over time, your Elo touchscreen may require calibration.  Often this becomes apparent when the mouse or pointing icon does not appear in the location where you touched the screen -- which often becomes apparent when your doctors or techs shout expletives from the exam room.

To protect the innocence of young children in the waiting room, all you need to do is calibrate your touch screen! 

How? Follow these steps:

1. Get to the Alignment screen.

2. If an Elo icon is available in the tool tray at the lower right side of the desktop, click it, then click Align.  Otherwise, go to the Windows Control Panel, double-click Elo Touchscreen and click the Align button on the General tab.

(If no Elo icon, click the "Switch to Classic View" button on the left.)

3. Touch and release the upper left target; the target should jump to the lower right.

4. Touch and release the lower right target; the target should jump to the upper right.

5. Touch and release the upper right target; the target should jump to the lower right.

6. Touch and release the green check mark; the check screen should disappear.

7. The cursor should now jump to the point of touch.

8. If the Elo Control Panel is open, close it and the Windows Control Panel.

For more info, visit Elo's Support Page.

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