Every StarLeaf room system requires a touchscreen controller:
The touchscreen allows you to join and control meetings in your room system. From the touchscreen, you can access your organization’s entire directory, as well as call other people or room systems outside of your organization.
Select a topic below for more information:
|Note: If you are using an older version of the touchscreen which looks like the image on the right, go to About Touch 2035/2036.
The Home screen
This is the main user interface of the touchscreen:
Return to the home screen of the touchscreen by tapping the
icon. To access Settings
, double-tap the
Select a topic below to learn more about the touchscreen and StarLeaf room systems.
||Open the Contacts menu to view your organization’s entire directory
||Open the Recents menu to access your most recent contacts. You can also view the room system’s call history
||Open the Dialer control to call internal extensions, PSTN numbers, an IP address, URI, or a third-party meeting address on the dialer screen
||Choose whether to have your microphone on mute or unmute before or during a call
||Customize your camera’s point of view, and choose whether to have your camera on or off before or during a call
||Return to the home screen. Double tap to access Settings for the touchscreen
||Adjust the output volume of your meeting room using the – and + icons
Joining a meeting
For full details on how to join a meeting, go to How to join a meeting with the room system
To learn about the types of meeting that you can join from your room system, go to About meetings
Information about the meeting room is displayed at the top of the screen, next to the time. Here you can see:
- Room name
- Internal extension number: the number people in your organization can use to directly call the room
- External video address (if it is present): contacts outside of your organization who have their own video conferencing equipment can use this to call the room
- Direct-dial number: this number is connected to the global telephone network, allowing anyone to directly call the room using a phone
Camera and screen standby behavior
In a StarLeaf room system, cameras go into standby mode after one minute. Screens go to a black standby display after five minutes.
It is possible to enable HDMI output sleep and/or CEC via the Portal in the Audio and video settings
of a room system. There are two settings that you can choose to tick: Enable HDMI output sleep
and/or Enable CEC
Power saving for touchscreen controllers
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, a display dims after ten minutes of inactivity during the day.