Interactive learning thrives in the modern classroom. ScreenBeam Classroom Commander combines wireless display with student device orchestration to improve lesson flow and collaboration.
CREATE FLEXIBLE CLASSROOMS
Eliminate the standard “desks in a row” formation to open classroom communication and collaboration. Arrange student seating for quiet study ordiscussion-based group work.
Wireless inking and touch display support brings collaboration to the front-of-room display. Teachers can annotate directly onto a student screen from the classroom display, even when student devices are not touch-enabled.
MONITOR STUDENT DEVICES
View a single student screen or all the student devices and active applications in real-time to keep the classroom focused and identify disengaged students quickly.
Teachers move freely and interact with students, eliminating “sage on the stage” teaching to support engaging and flexible teaching methods that improve student outcomes.
PRESENT STUDENT SCREENS
With teacher permission, students can display their work right from their desk for the entire classroom to view and discuss together.
Message a student or group, blank and lock the keyboard/mouse on a single student screen, multiple student screens or the entire class to command attention.
THREE COMPONENTS, ONE COMPLETE SOLUTION
ScreenBeam 1000 EDU Wireless Display Receiver
Supports up to 51 simultaneous connections.
Creates a secure in-room hub enabling local wireless connectivity with no impact on school network.
Enables direct connection between device and ScreenBeam receiver with Miracast standard.
Reduces the communication latency between teacher and student devices.
Classroom Commander Software License
Software license enables wireless orchestration features for classroom with up to 51 devices.
Teacher and student device apps are available online.
Covers maintenance, fixes, and firmware updates for duration of one year license.
Central Management System (CMS) Software
Receiver includes CMS software for centralized management of wireless display receivers on the network.
School IT administrators monitor status, organize and group ScreenBeam receivers by location.
Push firmware updates, reset and change individual preferences, change network settings and enable remote help-desk service
Miracast P2P wireless display requires certified device with either:
– Windows 10 build 1607 (and later) or Windows 8.1
– Android 4.2 (and later)
Wireless display over network requires device with either:
– Windows 10 build 1709 (and later)
– Windows 7 (and later)
– macOS 10.10 (and later)
– iOS 11 (and later)
– Chrome OS 74.0.3729.159 (and later)
Up to 4K60 (HDMI), 4K30 (Windows 10 Miracast)
10/100/1000-BASE-T RJ-45 LAN (non-concurrent with Network Bridge)
Miracast and Local Wi-Fi Mode: 802.11ac dual-band 3x3 MIMO
Network Bridge: 802.11ac dual-band 2x2 MIMO
(non-concurrent with Ethernet)
WPA2-PSK (AES), PEAP-MSCHAP V2, EAP-TLS
1 x HDMI Output 2 x USB 2.0 Host Type-A
1 x VGA Output 1 x USB 3.0 Host Type-A
1 x Analog 3.5mm audio Output 1 x DC Power Jack
Input: 12VDC, 3A | Consumption: 8.4W (typical), 36W (peak)
8.66 x 5.66 x 1.99 inch (220 x 144 x 50.5 millimeter)
Operating: 0º – 40º C (32º – 104º F), Storage: -20º – 85º C (-4º – 185º F)
Operating: 20 – 80% non-condensing, Storage: 10 – 90% non-condensing
Please contact vendor and check on lead time.