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Equipment Checkout

We have a number of pieces of technical equipment available for checkout at the ITS Service Desk.

The Rules

  1. Equipment is available for current students, faculty, and staff for college purposes only (it is not available for personal use).
  2. Equipment is available for a 7 day period.
  3. All equipment must be picked up at the ITS Service Desk in Cofrin Hall.
  4. All equipment must be returned to the ITS Service Desk in Cofrin Hall.
  5. If you return a piece of equipment broken or you fail to return it:
    • students will be assessed the replacement cost on their college account.
    • faculty or staff members will be assessed the replacement cost on their college department account.
  6. There is no rental fee.

Please note that this is a self-service. If you're not able to pick up or drop off the equipment (as mentioned in #3 and #4 above), please arrange for someone to do it for you. When you pick it up, we're happy to show you how the equipment works. You're also welcome to arrange to meet us at the Service Desk ahead of time to go through any piece of equipment, make sure you understand how it works, and help you decide if it will fit your needs.

In addition to our personal assistance, feel free to use the resources below, including user manuals and Google searches, to familiarize yourself with the equipment.

Available Equipment


Item Brand/Model Description
Blu-ray/DVD player Samsung BD-F5100 User Manual; watching videos, region-free; HDMI cable included; can also play audio CDs
Bluetooth speaker Ion Road Rocker User Manual; playing music wirelessly; user must have an audio source that transmits via Bluetooth
document camera ELMO MO-1 User Manual; projecting a document image onto a screen (similar to the old overhead projectors); this device will connect to your computer or projector via HDMI or VGA
P.A. system Peavey Messenger m100 User Manual; includes two 100 watt speakers with 15' cables, 5 channel mixer/amplifier, handheld microphone w/cable; will work well inside most any large indoor space, though may not work well in a gym; may also work well outdoors in a small, dry area
projector Dell M115HD User Manual; we have two projectors, small (4" square, 1.5" thick) and very portable; connects to your laptop via HDMI
screen Da-Lite Picture King User Manual; we have two screens with a viewable area 55" tall by 57" wide, and one with viewable area 48" square
throw microphone Catchbox User Manual; a soft box microphone; instead of slowly passing around a stick microphone, simply throw the soft Catchbox
tripod Bogen Bogen Professional 3046 Tripod w/3063 Head; good for most any camera
Bogen Bogen Professional 3011 Tripod w/3063 Head; good for most any camera
AmazonBasics AmazonBasics Lightweight Tripod; good for small to medium sized cameras
Joby Joby GorillaPod; good for small cameras
video camera Panasonic HC-V550 User Manual; full HD (1920 x 1080) camcorder with a 50x optical and 90x intelligent zoom
web cam Logitech HD Pro C920 User Manual; video chatting at 1080p resolution with tools such as Google Hangouts and Skype; for Windows or Mac
Microsoft LifeCam User Manual; video chatting at 720p resolution with tools such as Google Hangouts and Skype; not recommended for Mac

Please contact the ITS Service Desk to check availability and make your reservation.

Note: The ITS Service Desk does not have laptops available for checkout. We recommend you consider the equipment available at the Mulva Library.

Additional Equipment

If you have a need for additional equipment or services not offered here (i.e. TVs, large screens, stage) you may want to contact Lighthouse Productions in Green Bay. The college has used Lighthouse in the past for events such as Commencement.

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