IW2 Wireless Interactive Whiteboard System | Overview
Affordable, Versatile, Wireless
IW2 transforms most any flat surface – including walls and soft projector screens – into an interactive whiteboard for learning and presentations. It is made up of three devices: the Interactive Pen, the Sensor Cam, and the Wireless Receiver. The Sensor Cam reads infrared signals emitted by the Pen and sends that information wirelessly to the Receiver, which is plugged into your computer’s USB port. The Pen’s motion – as well as button presses – are translated into cursor movements, mouse clicks, and mouse drags.
*Computer and Projector not included.
And with the wireless convenience of IW2 – IW2 does not require any WiFi as it uses infrared techonlogy just like a wireless mouse – it offers a dynamic new level of multimedia interaction for lessons and presentations.
Setting up and calibrating IW2 only take a couple of minutes. Additionally, IW2 is ultra-portable and works with a wide variety of projectors – even short-throw and ultra short-throw projectors. You don't have to worry about throw distance because IW2's Sensor Cam connects wirelessly to your computer, not your projector.
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Interactive whiteboards have never been this affordable or this easy to use and transport. Give your classroom a powerful new teaching tool with IPEVO IW2 Wireless Interactive Whiteboard System.
If you're using IW2 on a Mac or PC, you'll need to download IPEVO IW Driver. You can download it here.
If you're using IW2 on a Chromebook, you'll need to download IPEVO Whiteboard (chromebook). You can download it here.
Computer and projector are not included in the package. You need to have an existing computer and projector in order to use IW2.
- No collecting or accessing of any personal information.
- No registration required.
- All pictures and videos taken are stored on local drive.
- Easy to be completely uninstalled when not required.
Fully Utilize Your IW2 Using Different Software
IW2 is compatible with a variety of software and applications as long as they recognize mouse actions. However, in order to fully utilize your IW2, we recommend using it with IPEVO Annotator. IPEVO Annotator is packed full of annotation tools that allow you to draw and annotate freely on images projected onto the screen. Screenshot, screen recording, and other useful features are also available to further enhance your IW2 experience.
Besides IPEVO Annotator, you can also use IW2 with fun and interactive drawing software such as Google AutoDraw (Click to open external link in new window) or Quick, Draw! (Click to open external link in new window) to sharpen your drawing skills, or create professional drawings using photo editing software such as Photoshop (Click to open external link in new window), GIMP (Click to open external link in new window) and others. In addition, you can use IW2 to play educational games such as abcya.com (Click to open external link in new window), or even take your audience on a world trip with Google Earth (Click to open external link in new window).
*IW2 product page is also available in Portuguese (Click to open external link in new window) (transl. by Artur Weber).
Frequently Asked Questions
The effective range of communication between the Sensor Cam and the Wireless Receiver is 16 ft (5m). Any distance longer than this will affect IW2’s functionality.
It depends on your needs and the particular space you're going to operating in. If you anticipate having issues with connecting a USB cable from your Sensor Cam to your computer, consider the wireless IW2. On the other hand, if you intend to use your device in a complicated wireless environment such as during expos or conventions where a stable connection is your top priority, choose the IS-01.
No, it will not as they are working on different Infrared frequencies.
Yes you can, but please take note of the following while using:
- Some TVs/monitor screens are very delicate and fragile, thus are more prone to scratches and damage. If you choose to tap or swipe on your TV/monitor screen using the Pen, it might damage your TV/monitor screen. Please check with the vendor or the User Manual of your TV/monitor screen to see whether they are safe for use.
- We highly recommend using the IPEVO Button located on the Interactive Pen to perform mouse actions instead of tapping or swiping on your TV/monitor screen with the Pen.
- If your TV/monitor is not firmly mounted, it might move once you start tapping or swiping, throwing off the calibration. You need to run the calibration process again.
Yes you can, but please take note of the following while using: Due to the nature of the soft projection screen, tapping or swiping on the screen with the Interactive Pen is not encouraged. Instead, we highly recommend using the IPEVO Button located on the Pen to perform mouse actions. Re-calibration may also be needed if calibration is accidentally thrown off by the swaying soft screen while in use.
Yes, you can either use a power bank or the built-in standard USB port of your projector to power the Sensor Cam, but do take note of the following: When using a power bank with an auto-shut off feature, the power bank will automatically turn off after a few seconds because the Sensor Cam's low electrical draw "tricks" the power bank into thinking it's not powering anything.
The minimal distance required from your screen depends on the screen size. As long as the Sensor Cam can cover your whole screen, you are good to go. Please refer to the recommended distances below according to screen size.
Screen Size 60” 70” 80” 100” Minimal Distance 8 ft (243 cm) 9 ft (275 cm) 10 ft (305 cm) 11 ft (335 cm)
Please check the serial number of your IW2. If the serial number falls between 131514WI00001 ~ 131514WI00100 or 131521WI00001 ~ 131521WI00500, please contact us at email@example.com for assistance.
No. The Interactive Pens of IS-01 and IW2 work on different Infrared frequencies.
Do note that the Wireless Receivers (old and new) cannot be used interchangeably. Hence, to sort things out, you’ll need to check the model number of your Sensor Cams and the Wireless Receivers and make sure they match.
The model number of the Sensor Cam can be found on the Sensor Cam itself. “CSW2-01IP” denotes an older version, while “CSW2-02IP” denotes a newer version.
Next, check the triangular sticker tab of the Wireless Receiver for the model number. If the model number shows “CSW2-01IP-A2”, it means the Wireless Receiver is for use with the older version of IW2. If the model number shows “CSW2-02IP-A1”, it means it is for use with the newer version.
In order for your IW2 to work, please use the old version of IW2 with the old version of Wireless Receiver, and use the new version of IW2 with the new version of Wireless Receiver.