AV Tools Preventative Maintenance - Photos

Room Preventative Maintenance Photos

  • Check that room photos exist and accurately portray the current state of the room
  • Try to ensure that nothing that doesn't belong permanently in the room is captured in the room photos
    • ie, preventative maintenance tools and supplies, temporary hardware, or other items not normally in the room
  • Room and equipment pictured should be tidy and free from obvious dust or dirt
  • Each room should have the following photos available:
    • Room Front - wide shot from the rear of the room showing the "front" of the room as well as general layout and seating; system should be on for this photo
    • Room Rear - wide shot from the front of the room showing the "rear" of the room as well as general layout and seating; system should be on for this photo
    • Lectern Open - shot of the lectern area, if applicable, with any doors and drawers open and ready for use; system should be one during this photo
    • Lectern Closed - shot of the lectern area, if applicable, with and doors and drawers closed, cables wrapped up neatly; generally a picture of how the lectern should be left when not in use; system should be off during this photo
    • Close ups - close up photos of the following items should be included for each of the items included in the system
      • Control Panels - any control panels should have a closeup; system should be on during this photo
      • Input Panels - any input panels should have a close up photo showing the individual input connections
      • Racks - all racks should have a close up photo showing the hardware located in that rack; tall racks may require 2 closeups (top-half/bottom-half); system should be on for this photo
      • Projectors - projectors should have close ups
      • Projector/Ceiling mounted equipment - any equipment mounted above the projector or in/on the ceiling should have a close up




Keywords:avtools av training tooltip   Doc ID:98539
Owner:EngrIT AV .Group:University of Illinois Engineering IT
Created:2020-03-09 09:42 CDTUpdated:2020-04-15 14:20 CDT
Sites:University of Illinois Engineering IT
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