What’s in the box?

  • Teamline 5140 room system
  • StarLeaf Touch touchscreen controller
  • Wall mounting kit
  • Cables
    • Power cable
    • Ethernet cable
    • Two HDMI to HDMI cables (1.8 meters/5.9 feet)
    • Patch cable (2 meters/6.6 feet)
    • USB A to mini B (2.5 meters/8.2 feet)
  • Two Mini DisplayPort to HDMI adaptors
  • StarLeaf microphone
  • A camera and where applicable, camera cables, mounting kit, and camera power supply

Positioning the Teamline 5140 system

  1. Choose an appropriate installation site:
    • The system must be accessible to ensure all cables are easily connected
    • Provide ventilation for the system; leave a space of at least 10cm (4 inches) behind, in front, and to the left and right of the system
    • Use a grounded AC power outlet for the system
  2. Wall mount the system or place on a firm horizontal surface. For information, refer to Mounting the Teamline 5140 system.

Connecting network cables

Using an Ethernet cable, connect the Network port on the rear of the system to an Ethernet switch in your network. The Ethernet port is a 10/100/1000 Mbit/s auto-sensing port and is set to ‘auto’ by default.

If your network doesn’t support automatic detection, you can configure the network speed manually. On the touchscreen controller that you have connected to the system, go to settings > networking > network port speed and select 100Mb/s (full).

Connecting the StarLeaf Touch

Using an Ethernet cable, connect the PoE Network port on the rear of the touchscreen to an Ethernet switch in your network. The Ethernet port is a 10/100/1000 Mbit/s auto-sensing port and is set to ‘auto’ by default. The touchscreen needs a switch/port that supplies PoE to function.

The speed and duplex settings at either end of the connection must be identical. Using non-matching settings causes severe packet loss.

Connecting the touchscreen to the Teamline system

Before you can use the StarLeaf Touch for your meetings, you must pair it with the Teamline system. To do this:

  1. Connect the touchscreen to a Power over Ethernet (PoE) enabled port.
  2. On the touchscreen, double-tap to display the settings page.
  3. Tap the networking tab and use the toggle to turn off auto-discovery. The configuration server field is displayed.
  4. In the configuration server field, enter the MAC address printed on the bottom of the Teamline system.

The touchscreen will attempt to establish a connection to the Teamline system using IPv6 before the system will establish a connection to the LAN (IPv4). Both the touchscreen and the Teamline system must be on the same VLAN. In most cases, the VLAN and subnet are the same. If the touchscreen cannot establish an IPv6 connection to the codec, a failure message is displayed.

The IPv6 addresses are derived using the MAC address of each device. These addresses are used to establish a local connection between the touchscreen and the Teamline system. This is called an IPv6 link local address.

You can pair the touchscreen and Teamline system across different physical switches as long as they are both on the same VLAN.

Once the touchscreen and Teamline system have successfully paired, the touchscreen sends the network settings (DHCP or static) to the Teamline system. The Teamline system establishes an IPv4 address and connection to the corporate LAN. If the Teamline system cannot establish a connection to the corporate LAN, a failure message is displayed. However in this case, the touchscreen and Teamline system are still paired.

Connecting the camera and microphone

To connect the camera and microphone:

  1. Connect the camera to the Teamline system with the USB cable:
    • If you have a PTZ USB camera, connect it to the Camera USB connector. This is a blue USB 3.0 connector
    • If you are using a static USB camera (such as the Logitech BRIO), connect it to one of the pair of USB 2.0 connectors at the bottom of the rear panel
  2. Connect the microphone to the Microphone USB connector.

For more information about microphones, see Microphone selection, placement, and setup.

If you have a dual display system, it is recommended that the camera is mounted on the display that contains the view of the main video (telepresence screen 1). For more information about cameras, see Using cameras with Teamline 5140.

If you are using the Logitech Meetup camera, ensure you are running the latest version of the camera firmware. Otherwise, camera PTZ controls may not work properly on the touchscreen. For more information and to download firmware, go to the downloads area on the Logitech support site here: https://support.logitech.com/en_gb/product/meetup-conferencecam/downloads .

Connecting displays and audio

The audio emits from the Mini DisplayPort connectors on the rear of the system. Connect directly from the Mini DisplayPort to the screen using the supplied cable and adaptor. To do this, connect a Mini DisplayPort connector on the Teamline 5140 to a screen using a a Mini DisplayPort-to-HDMI adaptor and an HDMI-to-HDMI cable. For a two display system, connect the second display in the same way.

Prior to GTm version 1.2, the supplied audio injector is required to connect the displays to the Teamline 5140. In later versions, you can connect directly from the Mini DisplayPort to the display using the supplied cables, without the need for an audio injector.

If you have a Teamline 5140 system installed with an audio injector and you want to re-install it without the audio injector, contact StarLeaf Technical Support.

Extending cables

For information about supported cable extenders and cable information, see Cable recommendations for room systems.

Connecting power

Using the supplied power cable, connect the DC +19V power connector on the rear of the system to the mains power.