About StarLeaf room systems
Using GT Mini 3330 and GT 3351Last updated July 6, 2018
Every room system comes with a touchscreen controller: the StarLeaf Touch 2035. You use the touchscreen controller as the means for making and controlling video calls with the room system. Through the touchscreen controller, you can access the directory and contacts. You can use the touchscreen controller to create ad hoc conferences, and to add and remove participants.
If you are an existing customer using a touchscreen controller with an older user interface and would like to have the new UI as shown above, please contact StarLeaf Support.
The figure below shows the features on the front of the StarLeaf Touch 2035.
|Audio mute||Toggle the microphone on and off. The button lights when the microphone is off. When you are in a call and your audio mute is on, nobody can hear what you are saying (your audio is disabled)|
Toggle the camera on and off. The button is an LED that lights when the camera is off. When you are in a video call and the video mute is on, nobody in the call can see you (your video is disabled)
|Home||Press to display the home screen of the touchscreen controller from any screen in the interface. Double-press to access the touchscreen controller’s settings|
|Audio volume down||Press during a call to decrease audio volume or, if you are not in a call, press to decrease the loudness of the ringer|
|Audio volume up||Press during a call to increase audio volume or, if you are not in a call, press to increase the loudness of the ringer|
|Press to answer an incoming call. At other times, press to access the dial screen and the directory|
|Hang up||Press to end the current call|
The backlight on a touchscreen controller dims between the hours of 7pm and 7am in the endpoint’s local timezone. When a touchscreen controller is dimmed, it shows a screen saver displaying the time. Touch the dimmed screen to switch the backlight on again. The touchscreen will not dim for one hour after the last time it was touched.
Power saving is automatically enabled for all touchscreen controllers. There is no configuration.
For more information about audio, refer to: