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ActionTec ScreenBeam Pro SBWD100A EDU Installation guide
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Device Management (continued)
Step
2 Enter the network security key: “12345678”.
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Device Management (continued)
PIN Enforcement
Select the Features tab, and
you can find the Force PIN
Pairing on First Connection
feature.
3
Step Access the URL address (“http://192.168.51.1“ in this
example) that is displayed on the Ready To Connect screen with
a web browser on the laptop.
4
Step The Username is “Administrator” and Password is
“Actiontec” by default.
Select “Off ” to disable the PIN enforcement function. PIN entry
or PBC is required when connecting your device to the receiver for the first time.
Select “ On” to enable the PIN enforcement function. In this
case, you must enter a PIN code on the device connecting to
the receiver for the first time. When this function is enabled,
the system provides two PIN generation methods: Random
and Static.
Random: A PIN code is generated randomly by the system
and displayed on the connected HDTV/projector.
Static: Users can enter seven (7) digits in the Static box,
then click the “Apply” button, and the system generates an
eight (8) digit PIN and display it on the Static PIN field. This
PIN will not be displayed on the connected HDTV/projector.
Note: The username and password are case sensitive.
Click the“ Apply” button to confirm new settings. New settings take
effect immediately.
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Device Management (continued)
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Device Management (continued)
HDMI Power Management
Firmware Upgrade
Select the Features tab, and you can find the HDMI Port Power
management feature. There are three states for the HDMI port
when the receiver is idle: Always On, Screensaver, and HDMI
Off.
Select the Firmware Upgrade tab to display firmware upgrade
features. Download the latest firmware from “https://upgrade.
actiontec.com” before upgrading the receiver.
Always On: Selecting this option, the HDMI output is turned
on all the time.
Screensaver: Selecting this option, the system will run the
screensaver after the defined Wait time expires. Users can
define the Wait time (2, 10, or 30 minutes) in the Wait box.
HDMI Off: Selecting this option, the HDMI output will be turn
off after the defined Wait time expires. Users can define the
Wait time (2, 10, or 30 minutes) in the Wait box.
Click the“ Apply” button to confirm new settings. New settings take
effect immediately.
Follow the steps below to upgrade the receiver,
Step Select “ Enable” in the Firmware Update dropdown box.
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Step2 Click the “Browse” button beside the Firmware Package
box and select the firmware (install.img) you have downloaded.
Step Click the “Apply” button to upload the firmware file to
3
the receiver. This process may take several minutes.
Step
4
After the file is uploaded successfully, the receiver will
start firmware upgrade automatically.
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Wireless Display
Receiver
Product Support & Additional Information
Go to http://www.actiontec.com/support for product
support, updates, and more information including:
• Firmware Updates • Troubleshooting • Registration • FAQs
Declarations of Conformity (DoC)
To obtain the complete DoC form in softcopy, go to the
Actiontec Electronics Declarations of Conformity EU/EEA website
at http://international.actiontec.com/support/doc
For GNU General Public License (GPL) related information, go to
http://opensource.actiontec.com
The symbol at right is placed in accordance with the European
Union Directive 2002/96 on the Waste Electrical and
Electronic Equipment (the WEEE Directive). If
disposed of within the European Union, this product
should be treated and recycled in
accordance with the laws of your jurisdiction
implementing the WEEE Directive.
This product has a 1-year Limited Hardware Warranty and 90-day free software updates from date of purchase.
Local Law
This Limited Warranty Statement gives the customer specific legal rights. The customer may also have
other rights which vary from state to state in the United States, from province to province in Canada, and
from country to country elsewhere in the world.
To the extent that this Limited Warranty Statement is inconsistent with local law, this Statement shall be
deemed modified to be consistent with such local law.
Under such local law, certain disclaimers and limitations of this Warranty Statement may not apply to the
customer.
Go to http://www.actiontec.com/products/warranty.php for more information.
Model#: SBWD100A EDU
Installation Guide
This Installation Guide will walk you through the easy steps
to set up your ScreenBeam Pro - Education Edition Wireless
Display Receiver. During this process, we’ll show you how
to:
A Install the Receiver
B1 Connect Using Intel WiDi App
B2 Connect Using Windows 8.1 or Higher
B3 Connect Using WiFi Miracast-Enabled Device
C Device Management
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Part No.: 0530-0741-000
Welcome!
Thank you for your purchase of the ScreenBeam Pro - Education
Edition Wireless Display Receiver. Once connected to your
compatible mobile device, you’ll be able to project your device’s
screen wirelessly, to a selected HDTV monitor or projector.
When Steps 1, 2, and 3 are complete, the hardware should be
connected as shown in the figure below.
B1 Connect Using Intel WiDi App
Note: If your device’s OS is Windows 8.1 or higher, proceed to
section B2 (“Connect Using Windows 8.1 or Higher”) for
connection instructions.
Step
A
Install the Receiver
Step
1
Get the Receiver, Power Adapter, and HDMI cable from
the product box.
Step
2 Plug one end of the supplied HDMI cable into the HDMI
port on the Receiver, and the other end into an available HDMI
port on the HDTV.
Step
3 Plug the connector of the power cord into the Receiver,
and the AC adapter into a power outlet.
1Find the Intel Wireless Display application on the device
and launch it. To find the application, go to Windows Search on
your device and search for “Intel WiDi” in your apps.
Note: The power outlet and cable may appear different than
those shown in the figure.
Step
4
Make sure the HDTV is turned on and set to display the
input from the correct HDMI port (the one you plugged into
during Step 2).
Step
5 Verify that the Ready to
Connect screen appears on
the HDTV.
The Receiver is now connected to your HDTV. Proceed to one of
the next three sections of this Guide (depending on the device
you are using to connect to ScreenBeam Pro) to finish the
connection procedure.
Step
4 The HDTV displays
messages to show the status of the
connection process.
Step
5 A Connection Successful
screen appears on your device’s
screen, as well as on the HDTV.
2
The device scans for
available receivers. Select the receiver with the same name as seen on
the HDTV and click Connect. (The
Connect Automatically checkbox is
optional.)
Step
Step
3
Enter the PIN provided by your
system administrator (or as displayed on
the TV screen) on the WiDi device, and
then click Continue.
Note: The default PIN is "12345670".
You can obtain the PIN from your
system administrator if no PIN is
displayed on the HDTV.
B2 Connect Using Windows 8.1 or Higher
Step
navigate to the Charms menu and select
Devices. You can also use the shortcut
keys, Windows + K.
Step
Note: Make sure the device supports Intel Wireless Display (WiDi)
software version 3.5 or higher. To find out what version of Intel
WiDi your device has, enter the Intel WiDi application and click
Help, then navigate to the “About WiDi” section. To obtain the
latest Intel WiDi software and drivers, go to:
http://www.intel.com/go/wirelessdisplayupdate
2 From the Charms menu, click the
Project icon.
Step
Display Tip: If the edges of the device screen cannot be seen on
the HDTV, adjust cropping. To do this, enter the WiDi application
and click Settings. Navigate to the “Picture and Sound” section,
click Adjust cropping…, and adjust the HDTV picture by clicking
plus (+) or minus (-).
1 From the Windows desktop,
3
From the Project screen, select
Add a wireless display.
Step
4
Select the ScreenBeam Receiver
from the list.
Step
5
Enter the PIN provided by your
system administrator (or as displayed on
the TV screen), and then connect.
Note: The default PIN is "12345670".
Note: If you are running Windows 8.1 and the screens above do
not appear, go to http://www.actiontec.com/widi81 for the
latest software updates.
B3 Connect Using Miracast-Enabled Device
You can connect to ScreenBeam Pro from a Miracast-enabled
Android device, such as a smartphone, tablet, or game console (find
the wireless display feature underSettings). Also, the device should
be running the latest software for best performance.
Step On a Miracast-enabled Android device, locate and open
the Wireless Display Application.
Note: The name of the Wireless Display Application depends on
the device type and model. Refer to the device’s carrier or
manufacturer user manual for more details.
Step The Wireless Display Application scans for available
receivers. Select the ScreenBeam Receiver from the list.
Step Enter the PIN provided by your system administrator (or as
1
2
3
displayed on the TV screen), and then connect.
Note: The default PIN is "12345670".
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Device Management
The device management webpage provides the ability to
manage the receiver’s settings (such as PIN enforcement, HDMI
power management, and firmware upgrade).
Log into the IT Management Console
Step Connect to the Receiver SSID
(which is displayed on the Ready To
Connect screen) from a wireless enabled
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