Features and components of 6000S or 6000S Pro series interactive displays
The display includes an extensive set of features and components.
Tap a feature’s label in the below diagram to learn more about the feature:
The display includes an extensive set of features and components.
You can do everything on the display that you can do at your computer—open and close applications, meet with others, create new documents or edit existing ones, visit websites, play and manipulate videos, and so on—by touching the display’s surface.
You can use an array of gestures within applications, including panning, scaling, rotating and zooming in and out.
The display’s advanced HyPr Touch (Hybrid Precision Touch) with InGlass touch technology provides a natural, intuitive writing and touch experience with high accuracy and low latency. In addition, its Silktouch ultra-smooth finish allows you to use the display for hours without finger burn.
For more information, see Using touch with your SMART Board 6000S or 6000S Pro.
The display comes with a black pen and a red pen that you can use to write or draw on the screen.
The display also includes two erasers, which you can use to erase digital ink.
With Object Awareness, the display responds automatically to the tool or object you’re using, whether it’s a pen, finger, eraser, or palm. The display’s Pen ID and Simultaneous Tool Differentiation technologies allow multiple people to write independently and simultaneously, using different colored ink.
For more information, see Using the pens and erasers for your SMART Board 6000S or 6000S Pro.
The SMART Board 6000S features ToolSense technology, which enables you to use other SMART–authorized pens and tools in addition to those supplied with the display. No additional configuration is required: just pick up a pen or tool and start using it.
For more information about available tool kits, see smarttech.com/accessories.
If enabled, the iQ embedded computer provides one‑touch access to collaborative tools, such as a whiteboard, wireless screen sharing, and a web browser. There’s no need for wires, cables, or manual software and firmware updates.
Some features, such as Browser and Screen Share, require a properly configured network connection.
Press the Home button on the display (pictured) or the remote control to open the Home screen. From the Home screen, you can open the iQ apps, switch inputs, and adjust settings.
For more information about the Home button and the Home screen, see Using the Home button on your SMART Board 6000S or 6000S Pro.
For more information about the iQ apps, see Using the iQ apps on your SMART Board 6000S or 6000S Pro.
The 4K ultra-high-definition LED display provides optimal image clarity and wide viewing angles.
The size of the display varies by model:
The display includes two 20 W integrated speakers, which are designed to provide sound at the front of a room.
For more information about configuring the speakers, see Configuring your SMART Board 6000S or 6000S Pro for the best audio performance.
You might want to connect an external audio system if you’re providing sound in a larger space (see Connecting an external audio system).
The display requires a network connection for downloading software and firmware updates, and a number of the iQ apps require a network connection as well.
You can connect to a network using Wi-Fi or an Ethernet cable:
The Wi-Fi module supports both 2.4 and 5 GHz bands.
The two RJ45 jacks allow you to connect the display and an external device, such as a computer, to a Gigabit Ethernet network.
For more information, see Connecting your SMART Board 6000S or 6000S Pro to a network.
You can connect room computers and guest laptops to the display and view and interact with their inputs.
The display comes with SMART software that you can install on connected computers to take full advantage of the display’s features while using the connected computers.
For more information, see Connecting room computers and guest laptops to your SMART Board 6000S or 6000S Pro.
For more information about the SMART PCM8 series OPS PC, see SMART OPC PC modules (PCM8 series) specifications.
The accessory slot’s maximum available power is 60 W. The slot is not a limited power source. To reduce the risk of fire, make sure that accessories connecting to the slot satisfy the fire enclosure requirements of IEC 60950‑1 and/or IEC 62368-1.
Do not remove the OPS PC or other devices from the accessory slot while they are turned on.
Unlike with previous SMART Board interactive displays, the SMART Board 6000S and 6000S Pro interactive displays don’t require an AM30, AM40, or AM50 appliance in the accessory slot. The iQ experience is embedded on these interactive displays (see iQ experience). For this reason, SMART doesn’t recommend installing AM30, AM40, or AM50 appliances in these displays’ accessory slots.
The convenience panel provides buttons for turning the display on and off, controlling the volume, freezing and unfreezing the screen, and showing and hiding a screen shade. It also includes connectors for USB peripherals and a computer or other input source.
For more information about the convenience panel, see Using the convenience panel on your SMART Board 6000S or 6000S Pro.
The proximity sensor is located in the top-left corner of the display’s frame.
The proximity sensor can detect people up to 16' (5 m) away when the display is in Standby mode.
When the proximity sensor detects people in the room, the display turns on or enters ready mode, depending on how its configured.
If the room is empty for a specified period, the display returns to Standby mode.
For more information, see Waking up your SMART Board 6000S or 6000S Pro and putting it back to sleep.
The ambient light sensor is located in the top left corner of the display’s frame.
The ambient light sensor detects the room’s brightness and adjusts the brightness of the screen accordingly.
You can enable, disable, and adjust this feature (see Adjusting settings for your SMART Board 6000S or 6000S Pro).
You can use the remote control to turn the display on and off, adjust display settings, and so on.
The display’s IR sensor is located in the top-left corner of the display’s frame.
For more information about the remote control, see Using the remote control for your SMART Board 6000S or 6000S Pro.
The display features integrated temperature and humidity sensors that enable real-time measurement and recording of the environmental conditions surrounding the display. This data is easily accessible using the temperature and humidity app in the display’s App library.
Temperature and humidity sensors are available only when iQ is enabled.
For more information, see Using the SMART Sensors app.
The display comes with a WM-SBID-200 wall mount, which you can use to mount the display on a wall (see Installing your SMART Board 6000S or 6000S Pro on a wall).
You can also mount the display on a wall or mobile stand (see Accessories for your SMART Board 6000S or 6000S Pro).
The display features M4 mounting points located at the top, bottom, left, and right for SMART approved accessories.