Calibrating your Touch Screen

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Calibrating

Partner SP5514

To calibrate your touch screen in RTS use the following procedure:

1) Go to: File -> Other -> Explorer.


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2) Navigate windows explorer to your windows Desktop and double-click on the eGalaxTouch shortcut.


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3) If you have more than one touch screen monitor attached to your system you can use the Monitor Mapping button to select which monitor you'd like to calibrate. Then click the Tools' tab.


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4) From within the Tools tab click the 4 Points Calibration button.


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5) Follow the instructions on the calibration screen by touching and holding the calibration dot until that corner is complete. The dot will move to all four corners of the screen.


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Your monitor should now be calibrated.

Partner SP6515

Partner QM-150C Customer Facing Display

In order to recalibrate navigate to File -> Other -> Control Panel -> All in RTS. From here make sure View by is set to either Small or Large Icons, and select Tablet PC Settings.


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  1. Select QM-150C from the Display drop-down menu.
  2. Press Calibrate
  3. Press Yes
  4. Press each crosshair as it appears on the display.
  5. Press Yes to save the calibration data.

Remapping

Partner QM-150C Customer Facing Display

In order to re-map the touchscreen on this display, you will need to plug a keyboard into this display. Then navigate to File -> Other -> Control Panel -> All in RTS. From here make sure View by is set to either Small or Large Icons, and select Tablet PC Settings.


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  1. Select QM-150C from the Display drop-down menu.
  2. Press Setup
  3. Press Enter on your keyboard until the screen below moves to the QM-150C display (if it does not start there), and then press anywhere on the QMC-150C display.

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Note: You may need to need to recalibrate you both of your displays afterwords