How To Detect The CPS Receiver

How To Detect The CPS Receiver

The CPS response system consists of response pads and a coordinating receiver unit. Each
uniquely numbered response pad transmits responses that the receiver unit records, and the
CPS software automatically attributes the responses to the corresponding response pad number
assigned to each student. The CPS response system uses either infrared or radio frequencyIR receivers
technology.

 

CPS Receiver Set Up

The infrared (IR) receiver unit supports a set of 64 student response pads. The receivers can accept signals from IR response pads up to 60 feet away. Although students must have a direct line-of-sight to transmit signals to the IR receiver unit, students can also send signals at angles such as 90°, 120°, 180°, and 270°.ir receivers

The radio frequency (RF) receiver unit supports a set of 1000 student response pads. The receivers can accept signals from RF response pads up to 200 feet away. Students do not need a line-of-sight to transmit signals to the RF receiver unit.

 

1. Plug in the CPS receiver to an available USB port
on your computer.IR Set Up Window

2. Open CPS from your desktop icon.

3. CPS will automatically detect your receiver settings.

Manually Detect Receiver

1. Open CPS from your desktop icon.

2. Click the Settings menu option.

3. Click Delivery Options. The CPS Delivery Options window appears.RF Set Up Window

4. Click the Receiver tab.

5. Click the Detect CPS Receiver button. A Receiver Setup window appears. It will alert you when a receiver is detected or guide you through more steps to find it.

6. Click OK.

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