lOption Finder uses a radio signal to transmit the number to the computer software
lWhen the signal has been received you will see three horizontal bars
horizontal bars appear č response has been correctly transmitted & received
‘vote’ registers per question
čno matter how many times you press your keypad
The last answer pressed is the only one that counts!
lIMPORTANT:KEEP THE SAME KEYPAD AT ALL TIMES
AT THE NUMBER ON THE BACK WRITE IT DOWN!
begin our meeting, I'd like to take a few minutes to explain this new
technology we are using, the OptionFinder system. Each of you has a keypad.
We'll be asking you questions and asking you to respond to them by pressing a
number on your keypad. The keypads use a radio signal to transmit the number
to the computer software. You do not have to point the keypad in any special
ask you to respond, press the number firmly and watch for it to light up in
the small red panel in the upper right of the keypad. When the signal has
been received, the number will go out and you will see three horizontal bars
displayed. When the transmission is complete, the three horizontal bars will
appear for three seconds and you will know that your response has been
correctly transmitted and received.
number in the red panel blinks, or does not go out after 10 to 15 seconds,
press the Reset button in the lower right corner of the keypad. Press the
number again. If the number is still blinking, move your keypad around
slightly and watch for the number to go out and horizontal bars to appear.
keypad has one vote; no matter who many times you press it, you will still
get only one vote! You may change your answer as many times as you like until
all the responses have been received and we move on to the next question.