PRODUCT CODE #: 1386
Intuitively designed for the most immersive STEM experience, the MO-2 STEM-CAM opens up a world of endless learning possibilities in the K-12 classroom. The MO-2 is our first Android-based document camera, giving users the ability to browse the web and access educational apps over Wi-Fi or using a wired network connection.
The MO-2 comes with built-in Miracast wireless display connectivity and a built-in battery that enables educators to move about the classroom to directly engage with students without having to be tethered to their desk.
Voted Best of InfoComm 2019 – Best Classroom Accessory by rAVe Publications.
The MO-2 offers 16x digital zoom at 1080p Full HD.
The MO-2 is equipped to twist, bend, and fold, making it one of the most flexible document cameras in the ELMO lineup.
The MO-2 comes with HDMI out(Type A), HDMI In (Type A), RGB Out (D-sub 15p), USB (Type A) x 2, USB (Type B), Ethernet (RJ-45), Audio Out (3.5mm Stereo), Audio In (3.5mm Stereo), W-Fi (IEEE 802.11 a/b/g/n - 2.4GHz & 5GHz) and Miracast wireless display technology.
The MO-2 is powered by Android™ to offer support for a wide range of educational apps, opening up a world of learning without ever needing additional equipment. Android is a trademark of Google LLC.
With 3hrs of continuous battery life you'll never have to worry about charging during a lesson.
|Power Source||DC5V In, Internal Battery (~3 Hour Runtime)|
|Max Power Consumption||15W (Charging Battery)|
|Outside Dimensions||W 8.6” x D 4.5” x H 13.5” (Setup)
W 8.6” x D 4.5” x H 2.25" (Folded)
|External Control Terminal||Navigation buttons on base|
|Frame Rate||30fps at 1080p|
|Focus||Auto (one push)|
|Imaging Area||13” x 17.25” 4:3|
|Effective Pixels||H: 3280 V: 2464|
|Brightness||Auto (Set value 0~12)|
|Image Rotation||90° / 180°|
|Wired||HDMI out(Type A), HDMI In (Type A), RGB Out (D-sub 15p), USB (Type A) x 2, USB (Type B), Ethernet (RJ-45), Audio Out (3.5mm Stereo), Audio In (3.5mm Stereo)|
|Wireless||W-Fi (IEEE 802.11 a/b/g/n - 2.4GHz & 5GHz), Miracast|
*1 : Video files such as mirroring video files (the operation screen of a computer or smartphone) will be displayed at a maximum resolution of 1080p (1920x1080) after being scaled