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MimioTeach

The MimioTeach system is a best-in-class interactive whiteboard solution. New and updated tracking algorithms and hardware ensure that there’s no lag time when using the stylus. Users can feel confident that the MimioTeach system will work in any environment. The system supports both wired and wireless operation right out of the box. Wireless means you no longer need to worry about the distance between the device and your PC, and you no longer have to worry about tripping over cables. The wireless connection utilizes the new MimioHub™ receiver, which can also be used to connect other Mimio devices. The interactive stylus is powered by an internal battery that recharges on the MimioTeach bar. And the MimioTeach system gives you multiple power options: wall power, USB power, and battery power.

A flashing amber means the Mimio device is looking to connect to any USB hub—it recognizes that there is a hub available to communicate to. If using Windows, open MimioStudio and go to Tools > Settings > Classroom Devices. If using Mac, go to the Apple header and select Notebook > Preferences > Classroom Devices to make sure that MimioTeach or Vote is connected. If it is not connected (might show available), then highlight the MimioTeach and click Connect. If you are successful re-pairing the Mimio wireless components, the power/status LED on the Mimio devices should turn to solid green. This initiates the pairing process. A flashing green means that the USB hub is plugged in and recognizes the MimioTeach or Vote because it was connected to it before but mimiosys.exe has been terminated, and once MimioStudio is open you will get a solid green. If you continue to have issues, please reach out to Technical Support for additional troubleshooting.

Categories: MimioTeach, MimioVote
  1. Verify MimioStudio 11 or above is installed.
  2. Verify the wireless USB receiver is connected to your PC’s USB port.
  3. Press and hold the power LED button on the MimioTeach bar until it begins to blink (approximately 20 seconds).
  4. Open Mimio Notebook.
  5. Select the Tools menu, then select Settings.
  6. Select Classroom Devices. The MimioTeach should show as available under the Status column.
  7. Select MimioTeach from the list and then select the Connect button. The MimioTeach status should change to connected.
Category: MimioTeach

Mimio Xi / Interactive

The MimioTeach system is a best-in-class interactive whiteboard solution. New and updated tracking algorithms and hardware ensure that there’s no lag time when using the stylus. Users can feel confident that the MimioTeach system will work in any environment. The system supports both wired and wireless operation right out of the box. Wireless means you no longer need to worry about the distance between the device and your PC, and you no longer have to worry about tripping over cables. The wireless connection utilizes the new MimioHub™ receiver, which can also be used to connect other Mimio devices. The interactive stylus is powered by an internal battery that recharges on the MimioTeach bar. And the MimioTeach system gives you multiple power options: wall power, USB power, and battery power.

MimioVote

A flashing amber means the Mimio device is looking to connect to any USB hub—it recognizes that there is a hub available to communicate to. If using Windows, open MimioStudio and go to Tools > Settings > Classroom Devices. If using Mac, go to the Apple header and select Notebook > Preferences > Classroom Devices to make sure that MimioTeach or Vote is connected. If it is not connected (might show available), then highlight the MimioTeach and click Connect. If you are successful re-pairing the Mimio wireless components, the power/status LED on the Mimio devices should turn to solid green. This initiates the pairing process. A flashing green means that the USB hub is plugged in and recognizes the MimioTeach or Vote because it was connected to it before but mimiosys.exe has been terminated, and once MimioStudio is open you will get a solid green. If you continue to have issues, please reach out to Technical Support for additional troubleshooting.

Categories: MimioTeach, MimioVote