The zSpace consists of 6 hardware components
- zStation (zSpace-100 display)
- Power Supply
- DVI-D cable
- zSpace 3D Tracking Eyewear
- Stylus with ferrite bead
- USB Cable
All of these devices are important or required for correct operation of zSpace. The intent of this article is to describe each component and to help you identify and verify each one is correct and in working condition.
For detailed zSpace-100 hardware specifications please see: https://zspace.com/?ACT=111&key=vBP1hqAGN1NVSHtJ
Using the provided power supply with your zSpace is important. Using an incorrect power supply could lead to:
- zSpace hardware damage
- Failure to power up
- Poor or inconsistent performance
- Intermittent signal loss (blue screen and/or flashes)
- Blank black screen
For reference, the specifications on our zSpace-100 power supply are:
- AC Input: 100-240V~, 1.2A, 50-60Hz.
- DC Output: 12.0V, 6.25A MAX, 75W MAX
- Part Number: 9NA0750409
Label on back side of power supply
Power supply with North American 3-prong wall connector
DVI-D Video Cable
If the user is using DVI-D to connect the PC to zSpace, then the zSpace Inc provided DVI-D cable is required. You may optionally use a DisplayPort cable (not provided).
- Part number: 115-00006
- Rev A
zSpace DVI cable
Label on DVI cable showing part number (115-00006) on the top line of the label.
zSpace requires the use of polarized eyewear with tracking markers. The Eyewear is available as wearable glasses or clip-on style and has five (5) tracking markers. Missing tracking markers will lead to head tracking not working correctly.
- Tracking eyewear SKU number: TEW-01-02-00
- Clip-on eyewear SKU number: TCO-01-00-00
- Five (5) tracking markers
zSpace polarized wearable style with tracking markers
zSpace polarized tracking eyewear clip-on style
Eyewear showing tracking marker locations
- SKU number: SWD-0100-00
- Serial number on label by connector
Location of the label with the serial number with attached ferrite bead.
zSpace USB cable
USB 2.0 Type A to Type B