Below are common questions on Google Meet hardware.
No, in the CN65 hardware kit, the bundled power supply has a higher wattage. It's not compatible with older or existing power supplies.
Use only approved devices. For more information, see Qualified peripherals for Google Meet hardware kit. For details on how to configure your Google Meet hardware kit, see Connect cables.
Plug the cable into the HDMI port of your computer to present content on the display in the room. For more information see using the Google Meet touchscreen.
No, this is not supported.
You must enable the "Call phones" feature in the Admin console.
From the Admin console Home page, go to DevicesGoogle Meet hardware and on the right, click Settings.
Some features require the Chrome devices for meetings with Calendar privilege.
- Select the organizational unit to which you want the settings to apply.
On the settings and policies page, select Call phones.
This feature is currently supported for calls to the U.S. and Canada. Calls to other countries are not yet supported.
Call a phone in Google Meet—Devices can call phones in Meet is available, but will only be activated on hardware running Google Meet located in specific countries.
- Restart the device.
Recording is not available for Google Meet hardware. For details, see Recording meetings.
Make sure that you have plugged in a monitor to the Chromebox. Make sure the green HDMI cable from the Google Meet touchscreen is not plugged into the Chromebox. The green HDMI cable is for local presentations from your computer. For more information see Install your Meet or Chromebox system.
Make sure the touchscreen is:
- connected to an external power source using the wall adapter provided.
- connected to the Chromebox with a qualified USB 3.0 cables. USB 2.0 extension cables are not supported.
- connected using qualified cables and hubs, and that the correct peripherals are being used to connect the Google Meet hardware kit.
For more information on qualified peripherals, see Qualified peripherals for Google Meet hardware kit.
To present content from your computer check that:
- the green HDMI cable from the touchscreen is plugged into your computer or HDMI device and is actively streaming over that connection.
- the touch screen is connected to an external power source using the wall adapter provided.
- the touch screen is connected using qualified USB 3.0 devices.
To present content to the room you need to:
You can connect up to 5 speakermics together for each power supply. For more information, see the Google Meet speakermic Quick Start Guide.
This could mean that a non-qualified hub is connected to the speakermic and touchscreen. You must use a USB 3.0 connection cable and an approved USB hub. For more information, see Qualified peripherals for Google Meet hardware kit.
Make sure the first speakermic is connected to a power outlet using the wall adapter provided and is connected to the Chromebox using the micro-USB connector. For more information, see the Google Meet speakermic Quick Start Guide.
When the Huddly® Go camera is set at full-room view, distortion appears on the image corners. To correct this, when autozoom is turned off, the camera falls back to a zoomed-in view.
After you join a meeting, you can turn off this view:
Google Meet—Click on the top-right corner of the screen select Settings Pan, tilt and zoom Return to home position.
Mimo® touchscreen—On the right panel, tap Control camera Reset.
Read about controlling the camera.
When autozoom camera control is enabled the camera doesn’t zoom in on individual speakers. It detects the faces of all meeting participants and crops and zooms to create a more personal meeting experience. For more information, see Turn on autozoom camera control.
The autozoom feature detects faces and crops and zooms to best frame the participants. If it can no longer detect a participant or detects a new participant it may change the zoom level.
For the best experience use autozoom in small (3-5 people), well lit meeting rooms and position the camera 8 feet (2.4m) from the farthest person. For more information, see Turn on autozoom camera control.
Your Google Workspacee administrator needs to turn on autozoom camera control in the Admin console. For more information, see Turn on autozoom camera control. You must have the Google Meet hardware kit including the Huddly GO camera to use autozoom camera control.
If you don't use the correct cables, the camera can show visual artifacts or not work at all. The Huddly GO camera has a 4k sensor that requires a high bandwidth, USB 3.0 connection. You need to use qualified USB 3.0 cables. For more information, see Qualified peripherals for Google Meet hardware kit.
Make sure you are using a supported device. Google has tested and supports several devices as part of the Google Meet hardware qualification program. Please use the cameras listed in our help center.
With the introduction of the Google Meet touchscreen, the calendar is no longer displayed on the TV. Please check the touchscreen for your list of meetings.
To allow anyone in your organization to book a room you need to change the sharing settings for your calendar resources. For more information, see Manage resources.
For more information, see Manage your Jamboard.
- To turn on spoken feedback, using 2 fingers, touch and hold any area of the screen until you hear "Chromebox spoken feedback enabled".
- To turn off spoken feedback, using 2 fingers touch and hold any area of the screen.
Spoken feedback can also be turned on or off in settings on the touchscreen. For more information, see Use the Google Meet touchscreen.
- To turn live captions on or off, on the top-right of the touchscreen, tap Settings tap Accessibility turn Live captions On or Off .
For more information, see Use captions in a video meeting.
Yes, plug in a keyboard and mouse to navigate the controls. In this case, the touchscreen will act as an extended display - you can move your mouse from the main display to it.
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