Smart Board Cable Driver Download For Windows 10

  

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Overview

Connecting a SMART Board 7000 or 7000 Pro series interactive display to power, room computers, guest laptops, input sources, connecting speakers and room control systems

Products

Concepts

  • cables and connectors
  • power
  • network connection
  • Wi-Fi
  • RJ45 jacks
  • Intel Compute Card
  • room computers, guest laptops and other input sources
  • HDMI
  • Display Port
  • VGA
  • USB
  • external audio system
  • connector panel
  • convenience panel
  • Appliance
  • OPS PC module

Connect the display to power after you install it but before you turn it on for the first time and configure the iQ experience. You can also connect cables for room computers, guest laptops or other input sources as well as for external audio systems and room control systems.

By installing cables in advance, you make use of connectors that might not be accessible after the display is wall-mounted. You can then run the cables across floors or behind walls as needed.

Warning

Ensure that any cables that cross the floor to the display are properly bundled and marked to avoid a trip hazard.

Connecting power

Connect the supplied power cable from the AC power inlet on the bottom of the display to a power outlet.

SBID-7000

Note

Refer to the display’s specifications for power requirements and power consumption information (see SBID-7000-V2 specifications and SBID-7000 specifications).

The display requires a network connection for downloading software and firmware updates, and a number of the iQ apps require a network connection as well. You can connect to a network using a Wi-Fi connection or one of the RJ45 jacks on the display (pictured). For more information about the display’s network connection and configuration, see Connecting to a network.

SBID-7000

Important

Do not use the RJ45 jack on the appliance or the SMART OPS PC module to connect to a network.

Tips

  • If you’re using one of the display’s RJ45 jacks to connect to a network, you can connect the other RJ45 jack to a computer to provide network access for the computer. This is particularly useful if there is only one wired network connection in the room.

    SBID-7000

  • This feature is available when the display is on or in Standby mode but not when it’s in Power Save mode.

Connecting the Intel Compute Card or SMART OPS PC module

If an AM50 appliance with an Intel Compute Card or a SMART OPS PC module is installed in the accessory slot, you can access an embedded Windows 10 experience from the display.

Note

By default, the HDMI output extends the Windows desktop, and this can cause display problems in certain configurations. If you experience issues, set the HDMI out to a mirrored desktop rather than the default extended desktop. Right click, select Display settings, and set the secondary display to mirror the first.

Tip

You can connect peripherals, such as a keyboard or mouse, to the embedded Windows 10 experience using the USB receptacles on the AM50 appliance or the OPS PC module.

You can connect cables to the display so that users can connect and use room computers, guest laptops or other devices, such as Blu-ray disc players.

The following diagrams and table show the computer connectors on SBID-7000-V2 models:

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Convenience panel

Input

Video/audio

Touch

HDMI 1

HDMI 2.0

USB 3.0

HDMI 2

HDMI 2.0

USB 3.0

HDMI 3

HDMI 2.0

USB 3.0

VGA

VGA (video)

Stereo 3.5 mm (audio)

USB 3.0

Tip

There is limited space between the side connector panel and the back of the convenience panel. When making connections within the limited space, use flexible, high-quality cables that do not include a larger strain relief feature.

The following diagrams and table show the computer connectors on SBID-7000 models:

Convenience panel

Input

Video/audio

Touch

HDMI 1

HDMI 2.0

USB 2.0

HDMI 2

HDMI 1.4

USB 2.0

Display Port

USB 2.0

VGA

VGA (video)

Stereo 3.5 mm (audio)

USB 2.0

Important

Do not connect computers or other devices to the connectors on the appliance. SMART Board 7000 series and 7000 Pro series interactive displays do not support the use of these connectors.

SMART recommends the following varieties of cable:

Cable type

Maximum length

Recommendation

23' (7 m)1

Use only certified HDMI cables that have been tested to support the performance standard you require.

23' (7 m)

Use Display Port 1.2 compliant or better cables.

23' (7 m)

Use VGA cables with all pins in their connectors fully populated and wired.

20' (6 m)

[N/A]

USB 2.0

16' (5 m)

Use a USB extender if the distance between the computer and the display is greater than 16' (5 m). For more information, see USB extenders.

USB 3.0

9' (3 m)

SMART supports only installations that use a 9' (3-m) direct connection or a 49' (5-m) connection using an AC-adapter-powered active USB extender.

You might be able to use higher grade cables that are longer than 9' (3 m). If you have problems with such a cable or an extender of any type, test the connection with a 9' (3-m) or shorter cable before contacting SMART Support.

Using cables that exceed these maximum lengths may produce unexpected results, degraded picture quality or degraded USB connectivity.

SMART software should be installed on any computers users connect to the display. For information on installing SMART software and viewing a connected computer’s input on the display, see Connecting and using computers with your SMART Board 7000 or 7000 Pro.

You can connect an external display to an SBID-7000-V2 model using the HDMI 2.0 out connector on the side connector panel (pictured). The external display will show the same image as the SBID‑7000‑V2 model. This is useful when you’re using the SBID‑7000‑V2 model in an auditorium or other large space where it would be beneficial to have a second display.

Tip

If a SMART OPS PC module is installed in the accessory slot, you can connect an external display to the HDMI 1.4 out connector on the OPS PC module rather than the one on the display. This allows you to duplicate or extend the OPS PC module’s desktop to the external display.

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The display includes two 10 W speakers, which are designed to provide sound at the front of a room. You might want to connect the SBA-100 projection audio system (see SBA-100 projection audio system) or a third-party external audio system if you’re providing sound in a larger space.

You can connect an external audio system to the display using the stereo 3.5 mm out connector (pictured). Alternatively, you can connect an external audio system directly to a room computer.

SBID-7000

In addition to the stereo 3.5 mm out connector, the display provides a Sony/Philips Digital Interface (S/PDIF) out connector. S/PDIF is a digital audio transmission medium. You need an audio receiver that supports S/PDIF to decode this connection to analog for use with an external sound bar or other audio system.

SBID-7000

Note

The S/PDIF out connector is a fixed-volume output. Adjusting the display’s volume for its internal speakers does not affect the volume output of the S/PDIF out connector.

Connecting room control systems

A room control system enables users to control a room’s lighting, audio system and, possibly, the display. Some installations may require you to integrate the display with a room control system.

You can use the display’s RS-232 connector to connect a third-party external control system to the display (see Remotely managing your SMART Board 7000 or 7000 Pro).

Note

Displays are not compatible with centralized remote control systems, such as a universal remote control.

The following diagrams and table present the connectors on SBID-7000-V2 models’ connector panels:

Bottom connector panel

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No.

Connector

Connects to

Notes

1

HDMI 2.0 out

External display

See Connecting an external display.

2

USB Type-A

[N/A]

This connector is a service port.

3

USB Type-A

Supported peripherals

See USB cables and connectors.

4

USB Type-B

HDMI 1 input (touch)

See Connecting cables for room computers, guest laptops and other input sources and USB cables and connectors.

5

HDMI 2.0 in

HDMI 1 input (video and audio)

See Connecting cables for room computers, guest laptops and other input sources and HDMI cables and connectors.

6

USB Type-B

HDMI 2 input (touch)

See Connecting cables for room computers, guest laptops and other input sources and USB cables and connectors.

7

HDMI 2.0 in

HDMI 2 input (video and audio)

See Connecting cables for room computers, guest laptops and other input sources and HDMI cables and connectors.

8

RJ45 (×2)

Network

See Connecting to a network and Ethernet (network) cables and connectors.

9

S/PDIF out

Digital audio output

See Connecting an external audio system and Digital audio cables and connectors.

10

Stereo 3.5 mm out

External audio system

See Connecting an external audio system and Analog audio cables and connectors.

11

Stereo 3.5 mm in

VGA input (audio)

See Connecting cables for room computers, guest laptops and other input sources and Analog audio cables and connectors.

12

VGA in

VGA input (video)

See Connecting cables for room computers, guest laptops and other input sources and VGA cables and connectors.

13

USB Type-B

VGA input (touch)

See Connecting cables for room computers, guest laptops and other input sources and USB cables and connectors.

Tip

There is limited space between the side connector panel and the back of the convenience panel. When making connections within the limited space, use flexible, high-quality cables that do not include a larger strain relief feature.

The following diagram and table present the connectors on SBID-7000-V2 models’ convenience panels:

No.

Connector

Connects to

Notes

1

USB Type-A (×2)

Supported peripherals

See USB cables and connectors.

2

USB Type-B

HDMI 3 input (touch)

See Connecting cables for room computers, guest laptops and other input sources and USB cables and connectors.

3

HDMI 2.0 in

HDMI 3 input (video and audio)

See Connecting cables for room computers, guest laptops and other input sources and HDMI cables and connectors.

SBID-7000 connectors reference

The following diagram and table present the connectors on SBID-7000 models’ connector panels:

No.

Connector

Connects to

Notes

1

Stereo 3.5 mm out

External audio system

See Connecting an external audio system and Analog audio cables and connectors.

2

S/PDIF out

Digital audio output

See Connecting an external audio system and Digital audio cables and connectors.

3

Stereo 3.5 mm in

VGA input (audio)

See Connecting cables for room computers, guest laptops and other input sources and Analog audio cables and connectors.

4

USB Type-B

VGA input (touch)

See Connecting cables for room computers, guest laptops and other input sources and USB cables and connectors.

5

VGA in

VGA input (video)

See Connecting cables for room computers, guest laptops and other input sources and VGA cables and connectors.

6

USB Type-B

HDMI 1 input (touch)

See Connecting cables for room computers, guest laptops and other input sources and USB cables and connectors.

7

HDMI 2.0 in

HDMI 1 input (video and audio)

See Connecting cables for room computers, guest laptops and other input sources and HDMI cables and connectors.

8

USB Type-B

Display Port input (touch)

See Connecting cables for room computers, guest laptops and other input sources and USB cables and connectors.

9

Display Port in

Display Port input (video and audio)

See Connecting cables for room computers, guest laptops and other input sources and Display Port cables and connectors.

10

USB Type-A

[N/A]

This connector is a service port.

11

RJ45 (×2)

Network

See Connecting to a network and Ethernet (network) cables and connectors.

The following diagram and table present the connectors on SBID-7000 models’ convenience panels:

No.

Connector

Connects to

Notes

1

USB Type-A (×2)

Supported peripherals

See USB cables and connectors.

2

USB Type-B

HDMI 2 input (touch)

See Connecting cables for room computers, guest laptops and other input sources and USB cables and connectors.

3

HDMI 1.4 in

HDMI 2 input (video and audio)

See Connecting cables for room computers, guest laptops and other input sources and HDMI cables and connectors.

The following diagram and table present the connectors on the iQ appliance:

AM40

No.

Connector

Connects to

Notes

1

RJ45

Network

Do not use this jack. Use the jacks on the display instead. See Connecting to a network.

2

USB Type-A (×2)

Supported peripherals

[N/A]

3

HDMI out

External monitor

This receptacle is HDCP-encrypted HDMI.

See HDMI cables and connectors.

4

USB Type-B

OPS/HDMI input (touch)

Do not use this receptacle. Use the receptacles on the display instead. See Connecting cables for room computers, guest laptops and other input sources.

5

HDMI in

OPS/HDMI input (video and audio)

Do not use this receptacle. Use the receptacles on the display instead. See Connecting cables for room computers, guest laptops and other input sources.

6

USB Type-B

[N/A]

This receptacle is a service port.

7

Micro SD

[N/A]

This receptacle is a service port.

8

LED

[N/A]

LED lights green when the iQ appliance is inserted in the accessory slot and turned on.

9

Eject button

[N/A]

This button ejects the Intel Compute Card.

See Ejecting the Intel Compute Card.

10

Intel Compute Card

[N/A]

For iQ appliance (AM50) only.

11

USB Type-A

Supported peripherals

For iQ appliance (AM50) only. Supported peripherals connected to this receptacle are available in the Windows 10 operating system.

See Using Input.

12

USB Type-A

Supported peripherals

For iQ appliance (AM50) only. Supported peripherals connected to this receptacle are available for the iQ experience.

See Connecting cables for room computers, guest laptops and other input sources.

13

Lock and Eject LEDs

[N/A]

The Lock LED lights when the iQ appliance (AM50) shouldn’t be removed from the display.

The Eject LED lights when it is safe to remove the iQ appliance (AM50) from the display. See Ejecting the Intel Compute Card.

14

Power button and LED

[N/A]

LED lights when the iQ appliance is inserted in the accessory slot and turned on.

Press the Power button to start up Windows 10 on the Intel Compute Card.

Not pictured

13

Intel Compute Card label[N/A]

For iQ appliance (AM50) only

The label for the Intel Compute Card. The label is titled “Assembly, PC, AM50”.

13

iQ appliance (AM50) label[N/A]

For iQ appliance (AM50) only

The label for the iQ appliance (AM50). The label is titled “Model / AM50”.

Note

Older models of the iQ appliance (AM30) don’t have all the connectors.

SMART OPS PC module reference

The following diagram and table present the connectors on the optional SMART OPS PC module:

No.

Connector

Connects to

Notes

1

USB Type-C

Supported USB drives, peripherals, and other devices

See USB cables and connectors.

2

USB 2.0 Type-A (×2)

Supported USB drives, peripherals, and other devices

See USB cables and connectors.

3

USB 3.0 Type-A (×2)

Supported USB drives, peripherals, and other devices

See USB cables and connectors.

4

RJ45

[N/A]

The OPS PC module uses the display’s network connection (if available), so you typically don’t need to connect the OPS PC module directly to a network.

5

HDMI out

External display

See Connecting an external display and HDMI cables and connectors.

6

Stereo 3.5 mm out

External speakers or headphones

[N/A]

7

Stereo 3.5 mm in

Microphone

[N/A]

Other connectors

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There are additional connectors on the bottom of the display (see Mounting multiple displays and Remotely managing your SMART Board 7000 or 7000 Pro).