Crestron electronic CP-WX8240 Projector User Manual

Projector
CP-X8150/CP-WX8240
User's Manual (detailed)
Network Guide
Thank you for purchasing this product.
This manual is intended to explain only the network function. For proper use of this
product, please refer to this manual and the other manuals for this product.
WARNING ►Before using this product, be sure to read all manuals for this
product. After reading them, store them in a safe place for future reference.
Features
This projector has the network function that brings you the following main features.
üN
etwork Presentation : allows the projector to project computer images transmitted
through a network. (&15)
üW
eb Control : allows you to monitor and control the projector through a network from a
computer. (&16)
üM
y Image : allows the projector to store up to four still images and project them. (&50)
üM
essenger : allows the projector to display text sent from a computer through a network.
(&51)
üN
etwork Bridge : allows you to control an external device through the projector from a
computer. (&52)
NOTE • The information in this manual is subject to change without notice.
• The manufacturer assumes no responsibility for any errors that may appear in
this manual.
• The reproduction, transfer or copy of all or any part of this document is not
permitted without express written consent.
Trademark acknowledgment
• Microsoft®, Internet Explorer®, Windows®, Windows Vista® and Aero® are registered
trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the U.S. and/or other countries.
• Adobe® and Flash® are registered trademarks of Adobe Systems Incorporated.
• Pentium® is a registered trademark of Intel Corporation.
• JavaScript® is a registered trademark of Sun Microsystems, Inc.
• HDMITM, the HDMI logo and High-Definition Multimedia Interface are trademarks or
registered trademarks of HDMI Licensing LLC in the United States and other countries.
• Crestron®, Crestron e-Control®, e-Control®, Crestron RoomView® and RoomViewTM are
trademarks or registered trademarks of Crestron Electronics, Inc. in
the United States and other countries.
• Trademark PJLink is a trademark applied for trademark rights in
Japan, the United States of America and other countries and areas.
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All other trademarks are the properties of their respective owners.
Contents
Contents
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Caution ........................................................................................... 4
1. Connection to the network ....................................................... 5
1.1 System requirements .................................................................................. 5
1.1.1 Required equipment preparation ...................................................................................... 5
1.1.2 Hardware and software requirement for computer ........................................................... 5
1.2 Quick connection ......................................................................................... 6
1.3 Manual network connection setting - Wired LAN -....................................... 7
1.3.1 Equipments connection .................................................................................................... 7
1.3.2 Network settings ............................................................................................................... 7
1.3.3 “Internet Option” setting .................................................................................................. 10
1.4 Manual network connection setting - Wireless LAN - . .............................. 11
1.4.1 Preparation for wireless LAN connection . ...................................................................... 11
1.4.2 Wireless LAN connection set up ..................................................................................... 12
2. Network Presentation ............................................................. 15
3. Web Control ............................................................................. 16
3.1 Projector Web Control ................................................................................ 17
3.1.1 Logon .............................................................................................................................. 17
3.1.2 Network Information . ...................................................................................................... 18
3.1.3 Network Settings . ........................................................................................................... 19
3.1.4 Port Settings ................................................................................................................... 22
3.1.5 Mail Settings ................................................................................................................... 24
3.1.6 Alert Settings . ................................................................................................................. 25
3.1.7 Schedule Settings ........................................................................................................... 27
3.1.8 Date/Time Settings ......................................................................................................... 30
3.1.9 Security Settings ............................................................................................................. 32
3.1.10 Projector Control ........................................................................................................... 33
3.1.11 Remote Control ............................................................................................................. 39
3.1.12 Projector Status ............................................................................................................ 41
3.1.13 Network Restart ............................................................................................................ 41
3.2 Crestron e-Control® ................................................................................... 42
3.2.1 Main window .................................................................................................................... 43
3.2.2 Tools window .................................................................................................................... 45
3.2.3 Info window ...................................................................................................................... 47
3.2.4 Help Desk window . .......................................................................................................... 48
3.2.5 Emergency Alert ............................................................................................................... 49
4. My Image Function .................................................................. 50
5. Messenger Function ............................................................... 51
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Contents
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6. Network Bridge Function . ...................................................... 52
6.1 Connecting devices ...................................................................................
6.2 Communication setup . ..............................................................................
6.3 Communication port ..................................................................................
6.4 Transmission method ................................................................................
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6.4.1 HALF-DUPLEX ............................................................................................................... 54
6.4.2 FULL-DUPLEX . .............................................................................................................. 55
7. Other Functions . ..................................................................... 56
7.1 E-mail Alerts .............................................................................................. 56
7.2 Projector Management using SNMP ......................................................... 58
7.3 Event Scheduling ...................................................................................... 59
7.4 Command Control via the Network ........................................................... 62
7.5 Crestron RoomView® . ................................................................................ 67
8. Troubleshooting ...................................................................... 68
9. Specifications .......................................................................... 69
10. Warranty and after-sales service ......................................... 70
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Caution
Caution
To use the wireless network function of this projector, the designated USB wireless adapter that is sold as an option is required. For precautions according to the
standards and laws, refer to the documents that come with the adapter.
[Restriction on plugging and unplugging the USB wireless adapter]
Before you insert or pull out the USB wireless adapter from the projector, turn off
the power of the projector and pull out the power cord’s plug from the outlet. Do
not touch the USB wireless adapter that is connected to the projector while the
projector is receiving AC power.
Do not use any extension cable or device when connecting the adapter to the projector.
[Security precautions when using wireless LAN]
It is recommended that security settings, such as SSID and ENCRYPTION, are
specified when using wireless LAN communication. If the security settings are not
specified, the contents may be intercepted or it may cause unauthorized access
to the system. For details on wireless LAN security settings, refer to 3.1 Projector
Web Control or &NETWORK menu in the Operating Guide.
CAUTION ►The optional IEEE802.11b/g/n USB wireless adapter uses
the 2.4GHz radio frequency band. You do not need a radio license to use the
adapter, but you should be aware of the following:
• DO NOT USE NEAR THE FOLLOWING!
• Microwave ovens
• Industrial, scientific or medical devices
• Designated low power radio stations
• Premises radio stations
Using the USB wireless adapter near the above may cause radio interference,
which would result in a decrease in transmission speed or interruption, and
even lead to malfunctioning of devices such as pacemakers.
•
Depending on the location where the USB wireless adapter is used, radio wave
interference may occur, which may result in a decrease in transmission speed
or interruption in communication.In particular, please be aware that using the
USB wireless adapter at locations where there is reinforced steel, other types
of metals or concrete is likely to cause radio wave interference.
• Available Channels
The USB wireless adapter uses the 2.4GHz radio frequency band, but
depending on the country or region you are in, the channels that you can use
might be limited. Please consult your dealer for information on the usable
channels.
• Bringing the optional USB wireless adapter out of the country or region you
reside in and using it there could lead to a violation of the radio laws of that
country or region.
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1. Connection to the network
1. Connection to the network
1.1 System requirements
1.1.1 Required equipment preparation
The following equipments are required to connect the projector to your computer
through the network.
■ Common The projector: 1 unit, Computer : minimum 1 set
■ Depending on how you want to connect
1) For the wired connection *1
LAN cable (CAT-5 or greater): 1 piece
2) For the wireless connection *2
- Projector side
IEEE802.11b/g/n USB wireless adapter (option : USB-WL-11N) : 1 unit
- Computer side
IEEE802.11 b/g/n wireless LAN equipment: 1 unit for each *3
*1: The system for using the network function of the projector requires
communication environment conforming 100Base-TX or 10Base-T.
*2: An access point is required when the wireless LAN connection is used as
Infrastructure mode.
*3: D
epending on the type of wireless network device and computer you are using,
the projector may not be able to communicate properly with your computer,
even if the computer is equipped with a built-in wireless LAN function.
To eliminate communication problems, please use a Wi-Fi certified wireless
network device.
1.1.2 Hardware and software requirement for computer
To connect your computer to the projector and use the network function of the
projector, your computer needs to meet the following requirements.
üO
S: One of the following.
Windows ® XP Home Edition /Professional Edition (32 bit version only)
Windows Vista ® Home Basic /Home Premium /Business /Ultimate /Enterprise
(32 bit version only)
Windows ® 7 Starter /Home Basic /Home Premium /Professional /Ultimate /
Enterprise (32 bit version only)
üC
PU: Pentium 4 (2.8 GHz or higher)
üG
raphic card: 16 bit, XGA or higher
*W
hen using the “LiveViewer” it is recommended that the display resolution of
your computer is set to 1024 x 768.
üM
emory: 512 MB or higher
üH
ard disk space: 100 MB or higher
üW
eb browser: Internet Explorer ® 6.0 or higher
üC
D-ROM/DVD-ROM drive
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1. Connection to the network
1.1 System requirements (continued)
NOTE • The network communication control is disabled while the projector is
in standby mode if the STANDBY MODE item is set to SAVING. Please connect
the network communication to the projector after setting the STANDBY MODE
to NORMAL. (&SETUP menu in the Operating Guide)
• You can get the latest version of the applications for the network functions of
the projector and the latest information for this product from the Hitachi website.
(http://www.hitachi-america.us/digitalmedia or http://www.hitachidigitalmedia.
com).
1.2 Quick connection
The “LiveViewer” supports very quick and simple connection to the network.
When making use of the network function, it is recommended that you install the
"LiveViewer" on your computer. For details, refer to the manual for "LiveViewer".
In case you don’t want to use the “LiveViewer” or you cannot use it by some
reason, proceed to the manual setting, the item 1.3 for the wired LAN (&7) and
the item 1.4 for the wireless LAN. (&11)
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1. Connection to the network
1.3 Manual network connection setting - Wired LAN This section explains how to set it up manually.
1.3.1 Equipments connection
Connect the projector and a computer with a LAN cable.
* Before connecting with an existing network, contact the network administrator.
Next, check the following computer settings.
1.3.2 Network settings
This is the explanation of network connection settings for Windows® 7 and Internet
Explorer.
1) Log on to Windows® 7 as administrator authority. Administrator authority is the
account, which can access to all functions.
2) Open “Control Panel” from “Start” menu.
3) Open “View network status and tasks” in “Network and Internet”.
With the icons in the "Control Panel" window displayed, click "Network and
Sharing Center"..
4) Click "Change adapter settings" in the menu
on the left side of the "Network and Sharing
Center" window.
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1. Connection to the network
1.3 Manual network connection setting - Wired LAN - (continued)
5) Right-click "Local Area Connection" to open the menu,
and select "Properties".
6) Select "Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4)" and click
[Properties].
7) Select "Use the following IP address" and configure the IP
address, Subnet mask and Default gateway for the computer
accordingly. If a DHCP server exists in the network, you
can select "Obtain an IP address automatically" and the IP
address will be assigned automatically.
After setting is complete, click [OK] to close the window.
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1. Connection to the network
1.3 Manual network connection setting - Wired LAN - (continued)
[About IP address]
■ Setting manually
The Network address portion of the IP address setting on your computer must
be the same as the setting on the projector. Also, the entire IP address on the
computer must not overlap with that of the other devices on the same network,
including the projector.
For example
The projector’s settings are as follows.
IP address: 192.168.1.254
Subnet mask: 255.255.255.0
(Network address: 192.168.1 in this case)
Therefore, specify the computer’s IP address as follows.
IP address: 192.168.1.xxx (xxx shows decimal number.)
Subnet mask: 255.255.255.0
(Network address: 192.168.1 in this case)
Select from 1 to 254 for “xxx” not duplicating with any other equipments.
In this case, since the IP address of the projector is “192.168.1.254”, specify a
setting between 1 to 253 for the computer.
NOTE • “0.0.0.0” cannot be set to the IP address.
• The projector’s IP address can be changed by using the configuration utility
via a web browser. (&21)
• If the projector and the computer exist in the same network (i.e., same
network address), you can leave the default gateway field blank.
• When the projector and the computer exist in different networks, the default
gateway must be set. Consult to the network administrator in detail.
■ Setting automatically
When a DHCP server exists in the connected network, it is possible to assign an
IP address to the projector and computer automatically.
* DHCP is abbreviation for “Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol” and has the
function to provide necessary setting for network like IP address from server to
client. A server that has DHCP function is called DHCP server.
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1. Connection to the network
1.3 Manual network connection setting - Wired LAN - (continued)
1.3.3 “Internet Option” setting
1) Click “Internet Options” in “Network and
Sharing Center” window to open “Internet
Properties” window.
2) Click “Connections” tab and then click [LAN settings] button
to open “Local Area Network (LAN) Settings”.
3) Uncheck all boxes in “Local Area Network (LAN) Settings”
window.
After setting is complete, click [OK] to close the window.
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1. Connection to the network
1.4 Manual network connection setting - Wireless LAN Using the designated USB wireless adapter (option) on the projector enables the
projector and computer to communicate in both the Ad-Hoc and Infrastructure
modes.
This section is intended to explain how to set up wireless LAN connection
manually.
1.4.1 Preparation for wireless LAN connection
Fig. 1.4.1.a Without an access point communication (Ad-Hoc)
Fig. 1.4.1.b With an access point communication (Infrastructure)
* Ad-Hoc is one of the wireless LAN communication methods without having
access point to communicate.
* Infrastructure is one of the wireless LAN communication methods with having
access point to communicate. If certain quantities of equipments are used, this
mode is efficient.
If communicating with existing network, consult to your network administrator.
First, insert the USB wireless adapter into the USB TYPE A port.
(& Connecting with your devices in the Operating Guide)
Then, set up the computer for wireless communication.
When the computer comes with a built-in IEEE802.11b/g/n wireless LAN device,
enable it and disable other network connections. If a wireless LAN device is not
built into the computer, connect an IEEE802.11b/g/n wireless LAN device and
install the device driver. For details, refer to the user's guide for the computer and
wireless LAN device.
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1. Connection to the network
1.4 Manual network connection setting - Wireless LAN - (continued)
1.4.2 Wireless LAN connection set up
Using wireless LAN utility for Windows® 7 standard.
Wireless LAN initial settings for the projector is as follows.
Connection Control
: Ad-Hoc
SSID
: wireless
Channel
:1
Encryption rating
: None
IP address
: 192.168.10.254
* You can change these settings via a web browser on your computer or from the
menu of the projector. Refer to the item 3.1.3 Network Settings (&20) or
NETWORK menu in the Operating Guide.
1) Select "Change adapter settings" from the
menu on the left side of the "Network and
Sharing Center" window.
2) Right-click "Wireless Network Connection" to open the
menu, and select "Properties".
3) Select "Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4)" and click
[Properties].
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1. Connection to the network
1.4 Manual network connection setting - Wireless LAN - (continued)
4) Select "Use the following IP address" and configure the IP
address, Subnet mask and Default gateway for the computer
accordingly.
After setting is complete, click [OK] to close the window.
[About IP address]
The Network address portion of the IP address setting on your computer must
be the same as the setting on the projector. Also, the entire IP address on the
computer must not overlap with that of the other devices on the same network,
including the projector.
For example
The projector’s settings are as follows.
IP address: 192.168.10.254
Subnet mask: 255.255.255.0
(Network address: 192.168.10 in this case)
Therefore, specify the computer’s IP address as follows.
IP address: 192.168.10.xxx (xxx shows decimal number.)
Subnet mask: 255.255.255.0
(Network address: 192.168.10 in this case)
Select from 1 to 254 for “xxx” not duplicating with any other equipments.
In this case, since the IP address of the projector is “192.168.10.254”, specify
a setting between 1 to 253 for the computer.
NOTE • “0.0.0.0” cannot be set to the IP address.
• The projector’s IP address can be changed by using the configuration utility
via a web browser. (&20)
• If the projector and the computer exist in the same network (i.e., same
network address), you can leave the default gateway field blank.
• When the projector and the computer exist in different networks, the default
gateway must be set.
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1. Connection to the network
1.4 Manual network connection setting - Wireless LAN - (continued)
5) Right-click "Wireless Network Connection" to open
the menu, and select "Connect / Disconnect".
6) From the connectable wireless networks, select the SSID of the
projector (set to "wireless" by default), and click [Connect]. If
you have enabled encryption, a window asking for input of the
encryption key will be displayed. Input the preset key.
7) After connection is established, "Connected" will appear to the
right of SSID.
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2. Network Presentation
2. Network Presentation
The projector can display or play back the computer screen images and audio
data that are transmitted through the network. This Network Presentation feature
helps you to smoothly make your presentations and conduct conferences.
Wireless LAN
Wired LAN
To use Network Presentation, an exclusive application, "LiveViewer" is required.
It can be installed from the bundled application CD. You can also download the
latest version and relevant information from the Hitachi website (http://www.
hitachi-america.us/digitalmedia or http://www.hitachidigitalmedia.com). For details
of Network Presentation and instructions to install the "LiveViewer", refer to the
manual for "LiveViewer".
To start the Network Presentation, select the LAN port as the input source on the
projector and click the Starting Capture button on the “LiveViewer”.
"LiveViewer" function use depends on the model you are using. If you want to use
the latest downloaded "LiveViewer", please refer for the appropriate group item in
the "LiveViewer" User's Manual. This model will be in the Group of E.
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3. Web Control
3. Web Control
You can adjust or control the projector via a network from a web browser on a
computer that is connected to the same network.
NOTE • Internet Explorer® 6.0 or later is required.
• If JavaScript® is disabled in your web browser configuration, you must enable
JavaScript® in order to use the projector web pages properly. See the Help files
for your web browser for details on how to enable JavaScript®.
• It is recommended that all web browser updates are installed.
• If data is transferred via wireless and wired LAN at the same time, the
projector may not be able to process the data correctly.
Refer to the following for configuring or controlling the projector via a web browser.
Make sure that your computer and the projector is connected via network, and
then start Web browser.
Enter the projector's IP address into URL input box of the Web browser as the
example below, and then press the Enter key or
button.
Example: If the IP address of the projector is set to 192.168.1.10:
Enter “http://192.168.1.10/” into the address bar of the web browser
and press the Enter key or click
button.
If a correct URL is input, and the
projector and your computer are
connected to the same network
correctly, the selection window as
shown on the right will be displayed.
You can choose to use Projector Web
Control or Crestron e-Control® as a tool
for controlling the projector. Click one of
them.
For more details, refer to 3.1 Projector
Web Control (&17) or 3.2 Crestron
e-Control® (&42).
NOTE • Do not attempt to control the projector with the projector's menu or
remote control, and via Web Control at the same time. It may cause some
operational errors in the projector.
• If Crestron e-Control in the Network Settings (&21) is set to Disable,
the selection window above does not appear, but the Logon window of the
Projector Web Control is displayed.
• Crestron e-Control® is created using Flash®. You need to install Adobe® Flash®
Player on your computer to use Crestron e-Control®.
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3. Web Control
3.1 Projector Web Control
3.1.1 Logon
To use the Projector Web Control function, you need
to logon with your user name and password.
Below are the factory default settings for user
name and password.
User name
Password
Administrator
<blank>
Logon window
Enter your user name and password, and then click the [OK].
If you logon successfully, the screen below will be displayed.
Main menu
Click the desired operation or configuration item on the main menu.
NOTE • The language used on the Projector Web Control screen is the
same as that of the OSD on the projector. If you want to change it, you need
to change the OSD language on the projector. (&SCREEN menu in the
Operating Guide)
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3. Web Control
3.1 Projector Web Control (continued)
3.1.2 Network Information
Displays the projector’s current network
configuration settings.
Item
Common Information
Projector Name
Wireless Information
Displays the projector name settings.
Displays the current settings of wireless LAN.
Mode
Displays the mode of wireless LAN communication.
DHCP
Displays the DHCP setting.
IP Address
Displays the IP address.
Subnet Mask
Displays the subnet mask.
Default Gateway
Displays the default gateway.
DNS Server Address
Displays the DNS server address.
MAC Address
Displays the MAC address.
Ch
Displays the channel used for wireless LAN.
Encryption
Displays the data encryption setting.
SSID
Displays the SSID used by the projector.
Speed
Displays the current wireless LAN transmission speed.
Wired Information
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Description
Displays information common to both wireless and wired
LAN.
Displays the current wired LAN settings.
DHCP
Displays the DHCP setting.
IP Address
Displays the IP address.
Subnet Mask
Displays the subnet mask.
Default Gateway
Displays the default gateway.
DNS Server Address
Displays the DNS server address.
MAC Address
Displays the MAC address.
3. Web Control
3.1 Projector Web Control (continued)
3.1.3 Network Settings
Displays and configures network settings.
Item
Common Setup
Description
Configures the settings common to wireless and wired LAN.
Projector Name
Configures the name of the projector.
The length of the Projector Name can be up to 64
alphanumeric characters. Only alphabets, numbers and
following symbols can be used.
!"#$%&'()*+,-./:;<=>?@[\]^_`{|}~ and space.
Particular projector name is pre-assigned by default.
sysLocation (SNMP)
Configures the location to be referred to when using SNMP.
The length of the sysLocation can be up to 255 alphanumeric
characters. Only numbers ‘0-9’ and alphabet ‘a-z’, ‘A-Z’ can
be used.
sysContact (SNMP)
Configures the contact information to be referred to when
using SNMP.
The length of the sysContact can be up to 255 alphanumeric
characters. Only numbers ‘0-9’ and alphabet ‘a-z’, ‘A-Z’ can
be used.
AMX D.D.
(AMX Device
Discovery)
Configures the AMX Device Discovery setting to detect the
projector from the controllers of AMX connected to the same
network. For the details of AMX Device Discovery, visit the
AMX web site.
URL: http://www.amx.com (as of Aug. 2011)
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3. Web Control
3.1 Projector Web Control - Network Settings (continued)
Item
Wireless Setup
Description
Configures the wireless LAN settings.
Mode
Select "Ad-Hoc" or "Infrastructure".
IP Configuration
Configures network settings.
DHCP ON
Enables DHCP.
DHCP OFF
Disables DHCP.
IP Address
Configures the IP address when DHCP is disabled.
Subnet Mask
Configures the subnet mask when DHCP is disabled.
Default
Gateway
Configures the default gateway when DHCP is disabled.
DNS Server Address
Configures the DNS server address.
Select from “1” to “11” a channel to use in the Ad-Hoc mode.
NOTE • Depending on the country where you are
Ch
the channels may vary. In addition, depending on the
country or region where you are may be required to use a
wireless network card that confirm to the standards in the
respective country or region.
Encryption
Select data encryption method.
WEP Key
Input the WEP key.
Either ASCII characters or hexadecimal numbers can be
used during WEP key input. However, you cannot use a
combination of both.The length of the key is defined as
follows according to the WEP and character formats.
Encryption
WEP 64bit
WEP 128bit
HEX numbers
10 characters
26 characters
WPA Passphrase
Input WPA Passphrase.
Available number of input characters is 8 to 63. Only
alphabets, numbers and following symbols can be used.
!"#$%&'()*+,-./:;<=>?@ [\]^_`{|}~ and space
SSID
Select an SSID from the list.
If you require to set your unique SSID, select [Custom], then
set your own SSID following the rules below.
Maximum number of input characters is 32.
Only alphabets, numbers and following symbols can be used.
!"#$%&'()*+,-./:;<=>?@[\]^_`{|}~ and space.
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ASCII characters
5 characters
13 characters
3. Web Control
3.1 Projector Web Control - Network Settings (continued)
Item
Wired Setup
IP Configuration
Description
Configures the wired LAN settings.
Configures network settings.
DHCP ON
Enables DHCP.
DHCP OFF
Disables DHCP.
IP Address
Configures the IP address when DHCP is disabled.
Subnet Mask
Configures the subnet mask when DHCP is disabled.
Default
Gateway
Configures the default gateway when DHCP is disabled.
DNS Server Address
Other Setup
Crestron e-Control
Configures the DNS server address.
Configures other network settings.
Set whether to or not to use Crestron e-Control®.
If you choose Disable, the Logon window of Projector Web
Control and not the selection window will be displayed at first
of the Web Control.
Click the [Apply] button to save the settings.
NOTE • The new configuration settings are activated after restarting the
network connection. When the configuration settings are changed, you must
restart the network connection. You can restart the network connection from
Network Restart on the main menu (&41).
• If you connect the projector to an existing network, consult a network
administrator before setting server addresses.
• The WEP Key, WPA passphrase and SSID settings will not be set if the invalid
characters are used.
• The projector does not allow both wireless and wired LAN to be connected to
the same network. Do not set the same network address for both wireless and
wired LAN.
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3. Web Control
3.1 Projector Web Control (continued)
3.1.4 Port Settings
Displays and configures communication port
settings.
Item
Network Control Port1
(Port:23)
Configures command control port 1 (Port:23).
Port open
Click the [Enable] check box to use port 23.
Authentication
Click the [Enable] check box when authentication is required
for this port.
Network Control Port2
(Port:9715)
Configures command control port 2 (Port:9715).
Port open
Click the [Enable] check box to use port 9715.
Authentication
Click the [Enable] check box when authentication is required
for this port.
PJLink TM Port
(Port:4352)
Configures the PJLink TM port (Port:4352).
Port open
Click the [Enable] check box to use port 4352.
Authentication
Click the [Enable] check box when authentication is required
for this port.
My Image Port
(Port:9716)
Configures the My Image Port (Port:9716).
Port open
Click the [Enable] check box to use port 9716.
Authentication
Click the [Enable] check box when authentication is required
for this port.
Messenger Port
(Port:9719)
Configures the Messenger Port (Port:9719).
Port open
Click the [Enable] check box to use port 9719.
Authentication
Click the [Enable] check box when authentication is required
for this port.
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Description
3. Web Control
3.1 Projector Web Control - Port Settings (continued)
Item
SNMP Port
Description
Configures the SNMP port.
Port open
Click the [Enable] check box to use SNMP.
Trap address
Configures the destination of the SNMP Trap in IP format.
• The address allows not only IP address but also domain
name if the valid DNS server is setup in the Network
Settings. The maximum length of host or domain name is up
to 255 characters.
Download MIB file
Downloads a MIB file from the projector.
Network Bridge Port
Port number
Configures the Bridge port number.
Input the port number.
Except for 41794, 9715, 9716, 9719, 9720, 5900, 5500, 4352
between 1024 and 65535 can be set up. It is set to 9717 as
the default setting.
Click the [Apply] button to save the settings.
NOTE • The new configuration settings are activated after restarting the
network connection. When the configuration settings are changed, you must
restart the network connection. You can restart the network connection from
Network Restart on the main menu(&41).
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3.1.5 Mail Settings
Displays and configures e-mail addressing
settings.
Item
Description
Send Mail
Click the [Enable] check box to use the e-mail function.
Configure the conditions for sending e-mail under the Alert
Settings.
SMTP Server Address
Configures the address of the mail server in IP format.
• The address allows not only IP address but also domain
name if the valid DNS server is setup in the Network
Settings. The maximum length of host or domain name is up
to 255 characters.
Sender E-mail address
Configures the sender e-mail address.
The length of the sender e-mail address can be up to 255
alphanumeric characters.
Recipient E-mail address
Configures the e-mail address of up to five recipients. You
can also specify the [TO] or [CC] for each address. The
length of the recipient e-mail address can be up to 255
alphanumeric characters.
Click the [Apply] button to save the settings.
NOTE • You can confirm whether the mail settings work correctly using the
[Send Test Mail] button. Please enable Send mail setting before clicking the
[Send Test Mail].
• If you connect the projector to an existing network, consult a network
administrator before setting server addresses.
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3.1 Projector Web Control (continued)
3.1.6 Alert Settings
Displays and configures failure & alert settings.
Item
Description
Cover Error
The lamp cover has not been properly fixed.
Fan Error
The cooling fan is not operating.
Lamp Error
The lamp does not light, and there is a possibility that interior
portion has become heated.
Temp Error
There is a possibility that the interior portion has become heated.
Air Flow Error
The internal temperature is rising.
Cold Error
There is a possibility that the interior portion has become
overcooled.
Filter Error
Filter time over.
Other Error
Other error.
If displaying this error, please contact your dealer.
Schedule Execution
Error
Schedule Execution error. (&27)
Lamp Time Alarm
Lamp time over Alarm Time setting.
Filter Time Alarm
Filter time over Alarm Time setting.
Filter Status Notification
The status to clean the air filter is changed.
Transition Detector
Alarm
Transition Detector Alarm. (SECURITY menu in the
Operating Guide)
Cold Start
When the projector is supplied with the power, it works as
below.
• If the STANDBY MODE is set to the NORMAL:the projector's
power status changes from “OFF” to “Standby state”.
• If the STANDBY MODE is set to the SAVING:the projector's power
status changes from “Standby state” to “ON (lamp is turned on)”.
(SETUP menu in the Operating Guide)
Authentication Failure
The SNMP access is detected from the invalid SNMP community.
Refer to Troubleshooting in the Operating Guide for further detailed
explanation of Error except Other Error and Schedule Execution Error.
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3.1 Projector Web Control - Alert Settings (continued)
The Alert Items are shown below.
Item
Description
Alarm Time
Configures the time to alert.
(Only Lamp Time Alarm and Filter Time Alarm.)
SNMP Trap
Click the [Enable] check box to enable SNMP Trap alerts.
Send Mail
Click the [Enable] check box to enable e-mail alerts.
(Except Cold Start and Authentication Failure.)
Mail Subject
Configures the subject line of the e-mail to be sent.
The length of the subject line can be up to 100 alphanumeric
characters.
(Except Cold Start and Authentication Failure.)
Mail Text
Configures the text of the e-mail to be sent.
The length of the text can be up to 1024 alphanumeric
characters, but if you are using some of special characters
below the length may be shorter.
Special characters " ' : & , % \ and space
(Except Cold Start and Authentication Failure.)
Click the [Apply] button to save the settings.
NOTE • The trigger of Filter Error e-mail is depending on the FILTER
MESSAGE setting in the SERVICE item of the OPTION menu which defines
the period until the filter message is displayed on the projector screen. An
e-mail will be sent when the usage time of the filter exceeds the time limit that is
set. No notification e-mail will be sent if the FILTER MESSAGE is set to TURN
OFF. (OPTION menu in the Operating Guide)
• Lamp Time Alarm is defined as a threshold for e-mail notification (reminder)
of the lamp time. When the lamp hour exceeds the limit that is configured in the
Projector Web Control, an e-mail will be sent.
• Filter Time Alarm is defined as a threshold for e-mail notification (reminder)
of the filter time. When the filter hour exceeds the limit that is configured in the
Projector Web Control, an e-mail will be sent.
• Filter Status Notification can be enabled for both or either one of Status
1 and 2. These notifications are equivalent to the changing of the FILTER
indicator on the projector. (Status 1: off to orange, Status 2: orange to red)
Refer to the Operating Guide for details of the FILTER indicator.
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3.1 Projector Web Control (continued)
3.1.7 Schedule Settings
Displays and configures schedule settings.
Item
Description
Daily
Configures the daily schedule.
Sunday
Configures the Sunday schedule.
Monday
Configures the Monday schedule.
Tuesday
Configures the Tuesday schedule.
Wednesday
Configures the Wednesday schedule.
Thursday
Configures the Thursday schedule.
Friday
Configures the Friday schedule.
Saturday
Configures the Saturday schedule.
Specific date No.1
Configures the specific date (No.1) schedule.
Specific date No.2
Configures the specific date (No.2) schedule.
Specific date No.3
Configures the specific date (No.3) schedule.
Specific date No.4
Configures the specific date (No.4) schedule.
Specific date No.5
Configures the specific date (No.5) schedule.
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3.1 Projector Web Control - Schedule Settings (continued)
The schedule settings are shown below.
Item
Description
Schedule
Click the [Enable] check box to enable the schedule.
Date (Month/Day)
Configures the month and date.
This item appears only when Specific date (No. 1-5) is
selected.
Click the [Apply] button to save the settings.
The current event settings are displayed on the schedule list. To add additional
functions and events, set the following items.
Item
Description
Time
Configures the time to execute commands.
Command
[Parameter]
Configures the commands to be executed.
Power
Configures the parameters for power control.
Input Source
Configures the parameters for input switching.
My Image
Messenger
Configures the parameters for My Image data display. (&50)
Configures the parameters for Messenger data display. (&51)
Slideshow
Configures the Start/Stop parameters for the Slideshow.
Click the [Register] button to add new commands to the schedule list.
Click the [Delete] button to delete commands from the schedule list.
Click the [Reset] button to delete all commands and reset the schedule settings
from the schedule list.
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3.1 Projector Web Control - Schedule Settings (continued)
NOTE • After the projector is moved, check the date and time set for the
projector before configuring the schedules.
• The internal clock’s time may not remain accurate. Using SNTP is
recommended to maintain accurate time.
• Events “My Image” and “Messenger” will not be executed appropriately but
result in “schedule execution error” status in case lamp does not light or/and
display data are not stored in the projector at the scheduled event execution
time.
• Events “Input Source” and “My Image” will not be executed if security feature
is enabled and the projector is locked due to the feature.
• Certain error state in the projector (such as temperature error, lamp error) will
prevent the projector from appropriate execution of scheduled functions/events.
• If no USB memory device is inserted to the projector or no image data for
display exists at the scheduled event time, a schedule execution error occurs
against the scheduled Slideshow event.
• When you start the Slideshow, input source will be automatically switched to
the USB TYPE A port.
• Image files stored in the root directory of the USB memory device will be
displayed for the scheduled Slideshow.
• Please refer to Troubleshooting in the Operating Guide in case
scheduled functions/events are not executed appropriately as you've set.
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3.1 Projector Web Control (continued)
3.1.8 Date/Time Settings
Displays and configures the date and time
settings.
Item
Description
Current Date
Configures the current date in year/month/day format.
Current Time
Configures the current time in hour:minute:second format.
Daylight Savings Time
Click the [ON] check box to enable daylight savings time and
set the following items.
Start
Configures the date and time daylight savings time begins.
Month
Configures the month daylight savings time begins (1~12).
Week
Configures the week of the month daylight savings time
begins (First, 2, 3, 4, Last).
Day
Configures the day of the week daylight savings time begins
(Sun, Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat).
Time
hour
Configures the hour daylight savings time begins (0 ~ 23).
minute
Configures the minute daylight savings time begins (0 ~ 59).
End
Configures the date and time daylight savings time ends.
Month
Configures the month daylight savings time ends (1 ~ 12).
Week
Configures the week of the month daylight savings time ends
(First, 2, 3, 4, Last).
Day
Configures the day of the week daylight savings time ends
(Sun, Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat).
Time
hour
Configures the hour daylight savings time ends (0 ~ 23).
minute
Configures the minute daylight savings time ends (0 ~ 59).
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3.1 Projector Web Control - Date/Time Settings (continued)
Item
Description
Time difference
Configures the time difference. Set the same time difference
as the one set on your computer. If unsure, consult your IT
manager.
SNTP
Click the [ON] check box to retrieve Date and Time
information from the SNTP server and set the following items.
Configures the SNTP server address in IP format.
• The address allows not only IP address but also domain
SNTP Server Address name if the valid DNS server is setup in the Network
Settings. The maximum length of host or domain name is up
to 255 characters.
Cycle
Configures the interval at which to retrieve Date and Time
information from the SNTP server (hour:minute).
Click the [Apply] button to save the settings.
NOTE • The new configuration settings are activated after restarting the
network connection. When the configuration settings are changed, you must
restart the network connection. You can restart the network connection from
Network Restart on the main menu(&41).
• If you connect the projector to an existing network, consult a network
administrator before setting server addresses.
• Once you turn off the projector in the SAVING mode (&SETUP menu in the
Operating Guide) or the AC power, the current date and time setting is reset.
• To enable the SNTP function, the time difference must be set.
• The projector will retrieve Date and Time information from the time server and
override time settings when SNTP is enabled.
• The internal clock’s time may not remain accurate. Using SNTP is
recommended to maintain accurate time.
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3.1 Projector Web Control (continued)
3.1.9 Security Settings
Displays and configures passwords and other
security settings.
Item
User Account
Description
Configures the user name and password.
User name
Configures the user name.
The length of the text can be up to 32 alphanumeric
characters.
Password
Configures the password.
The length of the text can be up to 255 alphanumeric
characters.
Re-enter Password
Reenter the above password for verification.
Network Control
Authentication
Password
Re-enter
Authentication
Password
SNMP
Community name
Configures the Authentication password for Network Control
Port1 (Port: 23), Network Control Port2 (Port: 9715),
PJLink™ Port (Port: 4352), My Image Port (Port: 9716),
and Messenger Port (Port: 9719) (&22, 23).
Configures the Authentication password.
The length of the text can be up to 32 alphanumeric
characters.
Reenter the above password for verification.
Configures the community name if SNMP is used.
Configures the community name. The length of the text can
be up to 64 alphanumeric characters.
Click the [Apply] button to save the settings.
NOTE • The new configuration settings are activated after restarting the
network connection. When the configuration settings are changed, you must
restart the network connection. You can restart the network connection from
Network Restart on the main menu(&41).
• Only numbers ‘0-9’ and alphabet ‘a-z’, ‘A-Z’ can be used.
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3.1 Projector Web Control (continued)
3.1.10 Projector Control
Operations of the projector can be performed
with the items on the screen.
The categories of the items are shown in the
main menu. Most of the items have a submenu.
Refer to the table below for details.
NOTE • The setting value may not match with the actual value if the user
changes the value manually. In that case, please refresh the page by clicking
the [Refresh] button.
Item
Description
MAIN
POWER
INPUT SOURCE
PICTURE MODE
BLANK ON/OFF
MUTE
FREEZE
Turns the power on/off.
Selects the input source.
Selects the picture mode setting.
Turns the BLANK screen on/off.
Turns the audio mute on/off.
Turns Freeze on/off.
Controls the magnify setting.
MAGNIFY
In some input signal sources, it might stop “Magnify” even
though it does not reach to maximum setting value.
MAGNIFY POSITION V Adjusts the vertical magnify position.
MAGNIFY POSITION H Adjusts the horizontal magnify position.
TEMPLATE
Turns template on/off.
SHADE
Turns the lens shade on(closed)/off(opened).
ZOOM
Adjusts the zoom setting.
FOCUS
Adjusts the focus setting.
LENS SHIFT V
Adjusts the vertical lens shift.
LENS SHIFT H
Adjusts the horizontal lens shift.
LENS MEMORY
Saves, Loads or Clears the lens memory data.
MY IMAGE
Selects MY IMAGE data.
MY IMAGE DELETE
Deletes MY IMAGE data.
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3.1 Projector Web Control - Projector Control (continued)
Item
PICTURE
BRIGHTNESS
CONTRAST
GAMMA
COLOR TEMP
COLOR
TINT
SHARPNESS
ACTIVE IRIS
MYMEMORY SAVE
MYMEMORY RECALL
IMAGE
ASPECT
OVER SCAN
V POSITION
H POSITION
H PHASE
H SIZE
AUTO ADJUST
EXECUTE
INPUT
PROGRESSIVE
VIDEO NR
COLOR SPACE
COMPONENT
VIDEO FORMAT S-VIDEO
VIDEO FORMAT VIDEO
HDMI FORMAT HDMI 1
HDMI FORMAT HDMI 2
HDMI RANGE HDMI 1
HDMI RANGE HDMI 2
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Description
Adjusts the brightness setting.
Adjusts the contrast setting.
Selects the gamma setting.
Selects the color temperature setting.
Adjusts the color setting.
Adjusts the tint setting.
Adjusts the sharpness setting.
Selects the active iris setting.
Saves the MyMemory data.
Recalls the MyMemory data.
Selects the aspect setting.
Adjusts the over scan setting.
Adjusts the vertical position.
Adjusts the horizontal position.
Adjusts the horizontal phase.
Adjusts the horizontal size.
Performs the automatic adjustment.
Selects the progressive setting.
Selects the video noise reduction setting.
Selects the color space.
Selects the COMPONENT port setting.
Selects the s-video format setting.
Selects the video format setting.
Selects the HDMITM format setting of the HDMI 1 port.
Selects the HDMITM format setting of the HDMI 2 port.
Selects the HDMITM range setting of the HDMI 1 port.
Selects the HDMITM range setting of the HDMI 2 port.
3. Web Control
3.1 Projector Web Control - Projector Control (continued)
Item
INPUT (continued)
COMPUTER IN COMPUTER IN1
COMPUTER IN COMPUTER IN2
FRAME LOCK COMPUTER IN1
FRAME LOCK COMPUTER IN2
FRAME LOCK - HDMI 1
FRAME LOCK - HDMI 2
SETUP
AUTO KEYSTONE
EXECUTE
KEYSTONE V
KEYSTONE H
Description
Selects the COMPUTER IN1 input signal type.
Selects the COMPUTER IN2 input signal type.
Turns the FRAME LOCK-COMPUTER IN1 function on/off.
Turns the FRAME LOCK-COMPUTER IN2 function on/off.
Turns the FRAME LOCK-HDMI 1 function on/off.
Turns the FRAME LOCK-HDMI 2 function on/off.
Performs the automatic keystone distortion setting.
Adjusts the vertical keystone distortion setting.
Adjusts the horizontal keystone distortion setting.
Adjusts the shape of the projected image in each of the
PERFECT FIT
corners and sides.
AUTO ECO MODE
Turns on/off the automatic eco mode function.
ECO MODE
Selects the eco mode.
INSTALLATION
Selects the installation status.
STANDBY MODE
Selects the standby mode.
MONITOR OUT Assigns the MONITOR OUT when the COMPUTER IN1 input
COMPUTER IN1
port is selected.
MONITOR OUT Assigns the MONITOR OUT when the COMPUTER IN2 input
COMPUTER IN2
port is selected.
MONITOR OUT - LAN Assigns the MONITOR OUT when the LAN input port is selected.
MONITOR OUT Assigns the MONITOR OUT when the USB TYPE A input
USB TYPE A
port is selected.
MONITOR OUT Assigns the MONITOR OUT when the USB TYPE B input
USB TYPE B
port is selected.
MONITOR OUT Assigns the MONITOR OUT when the HDMI 1 input port is
HDMI 1
selected.
MONITOR OUT Assigns the MONITOR OUT when the HDMI 2 input port is
HDMI 2
selected.
MONITOR OUT Assigns the MONITOR OUT when the COMPONENT input
COMPONENT
port is selected.
MONITOR OUT Assigns the MONITOR OUT when the S-VIDEO input port is
S-VIDEO
selected.
MONITOR OUT - VIDEO Assigns the MONITOR OUT when the VIDEO input port is selected.
MONITOR OUT Assigns the MONITOR OUT in the standby mode.
STANDBY
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3.1 Projector Web Control - Projector Control (continued)
Item
AUDIO
VOLUME
SPEAKER
AUDIO SOURCE COMPUTER IN1
AUDIO SOURCE COMPUTER IN2
AUDIO SOURCE - LAN
AUDIO SOURCE - USB
TYPE A
AUDIO SOURCE - USB
TYPE B
AUDIO SOURCE HDMI 1
AUDIO SOURCE HDMI 2
AUDIO SOURCE COMPONENT
AUDIO SOURCE S-VIDEO
AUDIO SOURCE VIDEO
AUDIO SOURCE AUDIO OUT STANDBY
HDMI AUDIO HDMI 1
HDMI AUDIO HDMI 2
SCREEN
LANGUAGE
MENU POSITION V
MENU POSITION H
BLANK
START UP
MyScreen Lock
MESSAGE
TEMPLATE
C.C. - DISPLAY
C.C. - MODE
C.C. - CHANNEL
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Description
Adjusts the volume setting.
Turns the built-in speaker on/off.
Assigns the AUDIO SOURCE - COMPUTER IN1 input port.
Assigns the AUDIO SOURCE - COMPUTER IN2 input port.
Assigns the AUDIO SOURCE - LAN input port.
Assigns the AUDIO SOURCE - USB TYPE A input port.
Assigns the AUDIO SOURCE - USB TYPE B input port.
Assigns the AUDIO SOURCE - HDMI 1 input port.
Assigns the AUDIO SOURCE - HDMI 2 input port.
Assigns the AUDIO SOURCE - COMPONENT input port.
Assigns the AUDIO SOURCE - S-VIDEO input port.
Assigns the AUDIO SOURCE - VIDEO input port.
Assigns the AUDIO SOURCE in the standby mode.
Selects the HDMITM audio setting of the HDMI 1 port.
Selects the HDMITM audio setting of the HDMI 2 port.
Selects the language for the OSD.
Adjusts the vertical Menu position.
Adjusts the horizontal Menu position.
Selects the BLANK screen.
Selects the start up screen mode.
Turns MyScreen lock function on/off.
Turns the message function on/off.
Selects the template setting.
Selects Closed Caption DISPLAY setting.
Selects Closed Caption MODE setting.
Selects Closed Caption CHANNEL setting.
3. Web Control
3.1 Projector Web Control - Projector Control (continued)
Item
OPTION
SOURCE SKIP COMPUTER IN1
SOURCE SKIP COMPUTER IN2
SOURCE SKIP - LAN
SOURCE SKIP USB TYPE A
SOURCE SKIP USB TYPE B
SOURCE SKIP HDMI 1
SOURCE SKIP HDMI 2
SOURCE SKIP COMPONENT
SOURCE SKIP S-VIDEO
SOURCE SKIP VIDEO
AUTO SEARCH
AUTO KEYSTONE
DIRECT POWER ON
AUTO POWER OFF
SHADE TIMER
USB TYPE B
MY BUTTON-1
MY BUTTON-2
MY BUTTON-3
MY BUTTON-4
Description
Selects the Source Skip - COMPUTER IN1 setting.
Selects the Source Skip - COMPUTER IN2 setting.
Selects the Source Skip - LAN setting.
Selects the Source Skip - USB TYPE A setting.
Selects the Source Skip - USB TYPE B setting.
Selects the Source Skip - HDMI 1 setting.
Selects the Source Skip - HDMI 2 setting.
Selects the Source Skip - COMPONENT setting.
Selects the Source Skip - S-VIDEO setting.
Selects the Source Skip - VIDEO setting.
Turns the automatic signal search function on/off.
Turns the automatic keystone distortion correction function
on/off.
Turns the direct power on function on/off.
Configures the timer to shut off the projector when no signal
is detected.
Selects the shade timer setting.
Selects the USB TYPE B setting.
Assigns the functions for the MY BUTTON-1 button on the
included remote control.
Assigns the functions for the MY BUTTON-2 button on the
included remote control.
Assigns the functions for the MY BUTTON-3 button on the
included remote control.
Assigns the functions for the MY BUTTON-4 button on the
included remote control.
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3.1 Projector Web Control - Projector Control (continued)
Item
OPTION (continued)
REMOTE RECEIV. FRONT
REMOTE RECEIV. REAR
REMOTE FREQ. NORMAL
REMOTE FREQ. HIGH
REMOTE ID
Description
Turns the remote receiv. front function on/off.
Turns the remote receiv. rear function on/off.
Turns the remote control signal frequency nomal function on/
off.
Turns the remote control signal frequency high function on/
off.
Selects Remote ID setting.
This item is performed when the button is clicked
without showing another confirmation message.
Click the [Quit Presenter Mode].
Item
Description
SERVICE
Quit Presenter Mode
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Quit compulsorily from the Presenter mode.
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3.1 Projector Web Control (continued)
3.1.11 Remote Control
The functions on the bundled remote control are
assigned to the Web Remote Control screen.
Do not attempt to control the projector with the
projector's remote control and via Web Remote
Control at the same time. It may cause some
operational errors in the projector.
Item
STANDBY
Description
Assigned the same operation as STANDBY button.
ON
Assigned the same operation as ON button.
COMPUTER IN1
Assigned the same operation as COMPUTER IN1 button.
COMPUTER IN2
Assigned the same operation as COMPUTER IN2 button.
LAN
Assigned the same operation as LAN button.
USB TYPE A
Assigned the same operation as USB TYPE A button.
USB TYPE B
Assigned the same operation as USB TYPE B button.
COMPONENT
Assigned the same operation as COMPONENT button.
S-VIDEO
Assigned the same operation as S-VIDEO button.
VIDEO
Assigned the same operation as VIDEO button.
HDMI 1
Assigned the same operation as HDMI 1 button.
HDMI 2
Assigned the same operation as HDMI 2 button.
FREEZE
Assigned the same operation as FREEZE button.
AV MUTE
Assigned the same operation as AV MUTE button.
▲
Assigned the same operation as ▲ button.
▼
Assigned the same operation as ▼ button.
◄
Assigned the same operation as ◄ button.
►
Assigned the same operation as ► button.
ENTER
Assigned the same operation as ENTER button.
MENU
Assigned the same operation as MENU button.
RESET
Assigned the same operation as RESET button.
PAGE UP
Assigned the same operation as PAGE UP button.
PAGE DOWN
Assigned the same operation as PAGE DOWN button.
SLIDESHOW
Starts the Slideshow.
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3.1 Projector Web Control - Remote Control (continued)
NOTE • The Web Remote Control does not support repeat function that
performs an action while holding a button clicked down.
• Since the repeat function is not available, click the button repeatedly as many
times as you require.
• Even if you hold the button clicked down for a while, the Web Remote Control
sends your request command one time only. Release the button, then click it again.
• When the [STANDBY] or [ON] button is pushed, a message window comes
up to confirm the operation. To control the power, push [OK], otherwise push
[Cancel].
• The [PAGE DOWN] and [PAGE UP] buttons on the Web Remote Control
cannot be used as mouse emulation function of the projector.
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3.1 Projector Web Control (continued)
3.1.12 Projector Status
Displays the settings and status of the projector.
Item
Description
Error Status
Displays the current error status
Lamp Time
Displays the usage time for the current lamp.
Filter Time
Displays the usage time for the current filter.
Filter Status
Displays the current cleanliness level of the air filter.
Power Status
Displays the current power status.
Input Status
Displays the current input signal source.
Blank On/Off
Displays the current BLANK screen on/off status.
Mute
Displays the current audio mute on/off status.
Freeze
Displays the current Freeze status.
Shade
Displays the current Shade status.
3.1.13 Network Restart
Restarts the projector’s network connection.
Item
Restart
Description
Restarts the projector’s network connection in order to
activate new configuration settings.
NOTE • Restarting requires you to re-log on in order to further control or
configure the projector via a web browser. Wait 30 seconds or more after
clicking the [Restart] button to log on again.
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3. Web Control
3.2 Crestron e-Control®
Tab
The Main window as shown above is
displayed at first. However, if you have
enabled User Password on the Tools window
(&46), a dialog prompting you to enter
the password as shown on the right will be
displayed, and no operation is enabled until
you have entered the password. After entering
the preset password, the dialog disappears
and the Main window will be displayed.
As shown below, you can open a window by
clicking the corresponding tab at the top right
of the window.
Tab
User Password dialog
Description
®
Logout
Tools
Info
Contact IT Help
Logs out from e-Control .
This tab appears only when User Password of the Tools window is
enabled.
Opens Tools window (&45).
Opens Info window (&47).
Opens Help Desk window (&48).
NOTE • If Crestron e-Control in the Network Settings (&21) is set to
Disable, Crestron e-Control® cannot be used to operate the projector. Enable
Crestron e-Control and close the web browser. Next, restart the web browser,
followed by entering the projector's IP address.
• Only English is supported on Crestron e-Control®.
• If the connection is terminated, the "Loading..." screen will appear. Check the
connection between the projector and the computer, then return or refresh the
Web page.
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®
3.2 Crestron e-Control (continued)
3.2.1 Main window
1
4
2
3
You can operate the basic controls of the projector on this screen.
NOTE • If the projector is in the standby mode, only the [Power] button can
be operated.
1 Click a button and operate as follows.
Button
Power
Vol -/ Vol +
Mute
Description
Turns the power on/off.
Adjusts the volume setting.
Turns the audio mute on/off.
2S
ources List
You can click a button to switch the input channel. The cursor will move
according to the currently selected input port.
Button
Computer in1
Computer in2
LAN
USB Type A
USB Type B
HDMI 1
HDMI 2
Component
S-Video
Video
Description
Selects input from COMPUTER IN1 port.
Selects input from COMPUTER IN2 port.
Selects input from LAN port.
Selects input from USB TYPE A port.
Selects input from USB TYPE B port.
Selects input from HDMI 1 port.
Selects input from HDMI 2 port.
Selects input from COMPONENT port.
Selects input from S-VIDEO port.
Selects input from VIDEO port.
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3. Web Control
3.2 Crestron e-Control® - Main window (continued)
3 Click a button and operate as follows. To show the hidden buttons, click the ◄ /
► icons at the left and right ends.
Button
Freeze
Contrast
Brightness
Color
Sharpness
Magnify
Auto
Blank
Description
Turns Freeze on/off.
Adjusts the contrast setting.
Adjusts the brightness setting.
Adjusts the color setting.
Adjusts the sharpness setting.
Controls the magnification setting using the [+] / [-] buttons.
Use the [▲] [▼] [◄] [►] buttons to move to the area you want
to magnify.
Performs the automatic adjustment.
Turns the BLANK screen on/off.
4C
lick the button and operate in the same way as the bundled remote control.
Button
Menu
Enter
Reset
▲
▼
◄
►
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Description
Assigned the same operation as MENU button.
Assigned the same operation as ENTER button.
Assigned the same operation as RESET button.
Assigned the same operation as ▲ button.
Assigned the same operation as ▼ button.
Assigned the same operation as ◄ button.
Assigned the same operation as ► button.
3. Web Control
®
3.2 Crestron e-Control (continued)
3.2.2 Tools window
2
1
4
5
3
Configures the settings between the projector and Crestron® control system.
Click the [Exit] button to return to the Main window.
NOTE • If two-byte characters are used, the input text or numbers cannot be
set correctly.
• All items on this window cannot be left blank.
1C
restron Control
Configures the settings of Crestron® control system devices.
Item
IP Address
IP ID
Port
Description
Configures the IP address of the control system.
Configures the IP ID of the control system.
Specifies the port number used for communication by the
control system.
To apply the settings, click the [Send] button.
2 Projector
Configures the network settings of the projector.
Item
Projector Name
Location
Assigned To:
Description
Configures the name of the projector. The length of the
Projector Name can be up to 64 alphanumeric characters.
Configures the location name of the projector. You can specify
a Location name up to 32 alphanumeric characters.
Configures the user name for the projector. You can specify a
user name up to 32 alphanumeric characters.
The usable symbols are space and the following: !"#$%&'()*+,-./:;<=>?@[\]^_`{|}~
To apply the settings, click the [Send] button.
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3. Web Control
3.2 Crestron e-Control® - Tools window (continued)
3 Projector (continued)
Configures the network settings of the projector.
Item
DHCP
IP Address
Description
Enables DHCP.
Configures the IP address when DHCP is disabled.
Subnet Mask
Configures the subnet mask when DHCP is disabled.
Default Gateway
DNS Server
Configures the default gateway when DHCP is disabled.
Configures the DNS server address.
To apply the settings, click the [Send] button.
4 User Password
Configures the User Password. To prompt the entry of User Password before
starting e-Control®, select the checkbox.
Item
New Password
Confirm
Description
Configures the password.
You can specify a password up to 26 alphanumeric characters.
The usable symbols are space and the following:
!"#$%&'()*+,-./:;<=>?@[\]^_`{|}~
Reenter the above password for verification. If the password is
incorrect, an error message is displayed.
To apply the settings, click the [Send] button.
5 Admin Password
Configures the Admin Password. To prompt the entry of Admin Password before
displaying the Tools window, select the checkbox.
Item
New Password
Confirm
Description
Configures the password.
You can specify a password up to 26 alphanumeric characters.
The usable symbols are space and the following:
!"#$%&'()*+,-./:;<=>?@[\]^_`{|}~
Reenter the above password for verification. If the password is
incorrect, an error message is displayed.
To apply the settings, click the [Send] button.
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3. Web Control
®
3.2 Crestron e-Control (continued)
3.2.3 Info window
1
2
Displays the settings and status of the projector.
Click the [Exit] button to return to the Main window.
1P
rojector Information
Item
Projector Name
Location
MAC Address
Resolution
Lamp Hours
Assigned To:
Description
Displays the projector name settings.
Displays the location name of the projector.
Displays the wired LAN MAC address of the projector.
Displays the resolution and vertical frequency of the signal
input selected on the projector.
Displays the usage time for the current lamp.
Displays the user name for the projector.
2P
rojector Status
Item
Description
Power Status
Displays the current power status.
Input Source
Displays the current input signal source.
Picture Mode
Displays the current picture mode setting.
Installation
Displays the current installation setting.
Eco Mode
Displays the current eco mode setting.
Error Status
Displays the current error status.
NOTE • Projector Name, Location and the user name for Assigned To: may
appear truncated if they are too long.
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3. Web Control
3.2 Crestron e-Control® (continued)
3.2.4 Help Desk window
Sends/receives messages to/from the administrator for Crestron RoomView®
Express.
Button
Send
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Description
Sends a message.
Check the received message.
3. Web Control
®
3.2 Crestron e-Control (continued)
3.2.5 Emergency Alert
When the administrator for Crestron RoomView® Express sends out an alert
message, it will be displayed on the screen.
You can reply to the alert message via a chat format. Input a message in the box
below the alert message, and click the [Send] button.
NOTE • For details of Emergency Alert, refer to the manual of Crestron
RoomView® Express.
• The alert message from Crestron RoomView® is displayed on the screen of
the projector in a way similar to the real-time text of the Messenger function
(&51). If another real-time text is currently being displayed, it will be overwritten
by the alert message. However, if the priority of the real-time text is set to high,
it will not be overwritten by the alert message, and the latter will not appear on
the screen of the projector. For details, refer to the manual for the application of
the Messenger.
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4. My Image Function
4. My Image Function
The projector can display still images that are transferred via the network.
Transfer image data
1
2
3
4
Display image data (ex.
)
MY IMAGE transmission requires an exclusive application for your computer.
Use the application to transfer the image data.
It can be downloaded from the Hitachi web site (http://www.hitachi-america.us/
digitalmedia or http://www.hitachidigitalmedia.com).
For information on the necessary settings and operations for the computer and
projector, refer to the manual for the application.
To display the transferred image, select the MY IMAGE item in the NETWORK
menu. For more information, please see the description of the MY IMAGE item of
the NETWORK menu. (NETWORK menu in the Operating Guide)
NOTE • It is possible to allocate the image file up to 4 in the maximum.
• Using MY BUTTON that registered MY IMAGE can display transferred image.
(OPTION menu in the Operating Guide)
• The image file also can be displayed by using schedule function from the web
browser. Refer to item 7.3 Event Scheduling (&59) in detail.
• If you display MY IMAGE data on screen while you are using the USB Display
function, the application for the USB Display will be closed. To restart the
application, exit the MY IMAGE function, and then the software in the projector,
LiveViewerLiteUSB.exe, will run again. (USB Display in the Operating
Guide)
• If data is transferred via wireless and wired LAN at the same time, the
projector may not be able to process the data correctly.
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5. Messenger Function
5. Messenger Function
The projector can display text data transferred via the network on the screen and
play back audio data inside the projector.
The text data can be displayed on the screen in two ways that displays the text
transferred from the computer on real time, and the other chooses and displays
the text data from the ones once stored in the projector.
Transfer text data
1
2
3
4
12
Display text data (ex.
)
Messenger function requires an exclusive application for your computer. To
edit, transfer and display the text data, use the application. You can download
it from the Hitachi web site (http://www.hitachi-america.us/digitalmedia or http://
www.hitachidigitalmedia.com). For information on the necessary settings and
operations for the computer and projector, refer to the manual for the application.
NOTE • It is possible to store the text data up to 12 in the maximum.
• Using MY BUTTON that registered MESSENGER can turn the displaying
messenger text on/off. (OPTION menu in the Operating Guide)
• The text file also can be displayed by using schedule function via the web
browser. Refer to item 7.3 Event Scheduling (&59) for the detail.
• If data is transferred via wireless and wired LAN at the same time, the
projector may not be able to process the data correctly.
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6. Network Bridge Function
6. Network Bridge Function
This projector is equipped with the NETWORK BRIDGE function to perform
mutual conversion of a network protocol and a serial interface.
By making use of the NETWORK BRIDGE function, a computer that is connected
to the projector via wireless or wired LAN is able to control an external device via
RS-232C communication using the projector as a network terminal.
TCP/IP data
Protocol change
RS-232C
RS-232C cable
Wired LAN
LAN cable
Computer
Serial data
External device
Wireless
LAN
LAN port
USB TYPE A port
CONTROL port
6.1 Connecting devices
1) Connect the projector’s LAN port to the computer’s LAN port with a LAN
cable, or insert the USB wireless adapter into the USB TYPE A port.
2) Connect the projector’s CONTROL port and the device’s RS-232C port with
an RS-232C cable, for RS-232C communication.
NOTE • Before connecting the devices, read the manuals for the devices
to ensure the connection. For RS-232C connection, check the specifications
of each port and use the suitable cable. (Connection to the ports in the
Operating Guide - Technical)
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6. Network Bridge Function
6.2 Communication setup
To configure the setup of the communication using NETWORK BRIDGE for
the projector, use items in the COMMUNICATION menu. Open the menu of
the projector and select the OPTION - SERVICE - COMMUNICATION menu.
(OPTION menu > SERVICE > COMMUNICATION in the Operating Guide)
1) In the COMMUNICATION TYPE menu, select NETWORK BRIDGE
(WIRELESS or WIRED depending on the type of connection you use) for the
CONTROL port.
2) Using the SERIAL SETTINGS menu, select the proper baud rate and parity
for the CONTROL port, according to the specification of the RS-232C port of
the connected device.
Item
BAUD RATE
PARITY
Condition
4800bps/9600bps/19200bps/38400bps
NONE/ODD/EVEN
Data length
8 bit (fixed)
Start bit
1 bit (fixed)
Stop bit
1 bit (fixed)
3) Using the TRANSMISSION METHOD menu, set up the proper method for the
CONTROL port according to your use.
NOTE • The OFF is selected for the COMMUNICATION TYPE as the default
setting.
• Using the COMMUNICATION menu, set up the communication. Remember
that an unsuitable setup could cause malfunction of communication.
• When either one of the NETWORK BRIDGE settings is selected in the
COMMUNICATION TYPE menu, RS-232C commands cannot be received from
the CONTROL port.
6.3 Communication port
For the NETWORK BRIDGE function, send the data from the computer to the
projector with using the Network Bridge Port that is configured in the Port
Settings of web browser. (&23)
NOTE • Except for 41794, 9715, 9716, 9719, 9720, 5900, 5500, 4352
between 1024 and 65535 can be set up as the Network Bridge Port number.
It is set to 9717 as the default setting.
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6. Network Bridge Function
6.4 Transmission method
The transmission method can be selected from the menus, only when the
NETWORK BRIDGE is selected for the COMMUNICATION TYPE.
(OPTION menu > SERVICE > COMMUNICATION in the Operating Guide)
HALF-DUPLEX  FULL-DUPLEX
6.4.1 HALF-DUPLEX
This method lets the projector make two way communication, but only one
direction, either transmitting or receiving data, is allowed at a time.
The method does not allow the projector to receive the data from the computer
while waiting for response data from an external device. After the projector
receives the response data from an external device or the response limit time is
past, the projector can receive the data from the computer.
That means that the projector controls transmitting and receiving the data to
synchronize the communication.
To use the HALF-DUPLEX method, set up the RESPONSE LIMIT TIME following
the instructions below.
TCP/IP data
Computer
Protocol change
Serial data
Wired LAN
RS-232C
LAN cable
RS-232C cable
External device
Wireless LAN
Transmitting data
Transmitting data
Discarding data
Response limit
time
Response data
Response data
Transmitting data
Using the RESPONSE LIMIT TIME menu, set the waiting time for response data
from an external device. (OPTION menu > SERVICE > COMMUNICATION
in the Operating Guide)
OFF  1s  2s  3s ( OFF)
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6. Network Bridge Function
6.4 Transmission method (continued)
NOTE • With using the HALF-DUPLEX method, the projector can send out
254 byte data as maximum at once.
• If it is not required to monitor the response data from an external device and
the RESPONSE LIMIT TIME is set to OFF, the projector can receive the data
from the computer and send it out to an external device continuously.
The OFF is selected as the default setting.
6.4.2 FULL-DUPLEX
This method lets the projector make two way communication, transmitting and
receiving data at the same time, without monitoring response data from an
external device.
With using this method, the computer and an external device will send the data
out of synchronization. If it is required to synchronize them, set the computer to
make the synchronization.
NOTE • In case that the computer controls to synchronize transmitting
and receiving the data, it may not be able to control an external device well
depending on the processing status of the projector.
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7. Other Functions
7. Other Functions
7.1 E-mail Alerts
The projector can automatically send an alert message to the specified e-mail
addresses when the projector detects a certain condition that is requiring
maintenance or detected an error.
NOTE • Up to five e-mail addresses can be specified.
• The projector may be not able to send e-mail if the projector suddenly loses
power.
Mail Settings (&24)
To use the projector’s e-mail alert function, please configure the following items
through a web browser.
Example: If the IP address of the projector is set to 192.168.1.10:
1) Enter “http://192.168.1.10/” into the address bar of the web browser, and select
Projector Web Control from the selection window.
2) Enter your user name and password, and then click the [OK].
3) C
lick the [Mail Settings] and configure each item. Refer to item 3.1.5 Mail
Settings (&24) for further information.
4) Click the [Apply] button to save the settings.
NOTE • Click the [Send Test Mail] button in the [Mail Settings] to confirm
that the e-mail settings are correct. The following mail will be delivered to the
specified addresses.
Subject line
Text
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:Test Mail
:Send Test Mail
Date
Time
IP Address
MAC Address
<Projector name>
<Testing date>
<Testing time>
<Projector IP address>
<Projector MAC address>
7. Other Functions
7.1 E-mail Alerts (continued)
5) Click the [Alert Settings] on the main menu to configure the E-mail Alerts
settings.
6) Select and configure each alert item. Refer to item 3.1.6 Alert Settings (&31)
for further information.
7) Click the [Apply] button to save the settings.
Failure/Warning e-mails are formatted as follows:
Subject line
Text
: <Mail title>
: <Mail text>
Date
Time
IP Address
MAC Address
<Projector name>
<Failure/Warning date>
<Failure/Warning time>
<Projector IP address>
<Projector MAC address>
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7. Other Functions
7.2 Projector Management using SNMP
The SNMP (Simple Network Management Protocol) enables to manage the
projector information, which is a failure or warning status, from the computer on
the network. The SNMP management software will be required on the computer
to use this function.
NOTE • It is recommended that SNMP functions be carried out by a network
administrator.
• SNMP management software must be installed on the computer to monitor
the projector via SNMP.
SNMP Settings (&23)
Configure the following items via a web browser to use SNMP.
Example: If the IP address of the projector is set to 192.168.1.10:
1) Enter “http://192.168.1.10/” into the address bar of the web browser, and select
Projector Web Control from the selection window.
2) Enter your user name and password, and then click the [OK].
3) Click the [Port Settings] on the main menu.
4) Click the [Download MIB file] to download a MIB file.
NOTE • To use the downloaded MIB file, specify the file by your SNMP
manager.
5) Click the [Enable] check box to open the SNMP Port. Set the IP address to
send the SNMP trap to when a Failure/Warning occurs.
NOTE • A Network Restart is required after the SNMP Port configuration
settings have been changed. Click [Network Restart] on the main menu and
click the [Restart] button. Then configure the following items.
6) Click the [Security Settings] on the main menu.
7) Click the [SNMP] and set the community name on the screen that is displayed.
NOTE • A Network Restart is required after the Community name has been
changed. Click [Network Restart] on the main menu and click the [Restart]
button. Then configure the following items.
8) Configure the settings for Trap transmission of Failures/Warnings. Click the
[Alert Settings] on the main menu and select the Failure/Warning item to be
configured.
9) Click the [Enable] check box to send out the SNMP trap for Failures/Warnings.
Clear the [Enable] check box when SNMP trap transmission is not required.
10) Click the [Apply] button to save the settings.
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7. Other Functions
7.3 Event Scheduling
The scheduling function enables to setup scheduled events including power on /
power off. It enables to be “self-management” projector.
NOTE • You can schedule the following control events: Power, Input Source,
My Image, Messenger, Slideshow. (&28)
• The power on event has the lowest priority among the all events that are
defined at the same time.
• There are 3 types of Scheduling, 1) daily 2) weekly 3) specific date. (&27)
• The priority for scheduled events is as follows 1) specific date 2) weekly 3)
daily.
• Up to five specific dates are available for scheduled events. Priority is given to
those with the lower numbers when more than one event has been scheduled
for the same date and time (e.g., ‘Specific date No. 1’ has priority over ‘Specific
date No. 2’ and so on.
• Be sure to set the date and time before enabling scheduled events. (&30)
Once you turn off the projector in the SAVING mode (&SETUP menu in the
Operating Guide) or the AC power, the current date and time setting is reset.
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7. Other Functions
7.3 Event Scheduling(continued)
Schedule Settings (&27)
Schedule settings can be configured from a web browser.
Example: If the IP address of the projector is set to 192.168.1.10:
1) Enter “http://192.168.1.10/” into the address bar of the web browser, and select
Projector Web Control from the selection window.
2) Enter your user name and password, and then click the [OK].
3) Click the [Schedule Settings] on the main menu and select the required
schedule item. For example, if you want to perform the command every
Sunday, please select the [Sunday].
4) Click the [Enable] check box to enable scheduling.
5) Enter the date (month/day) for specific date scheduling.
6) Click the [Apply] button to save the settings.
7) After configure the time, command and parameters, click the [Register] to add
the new event.
8) Click the [Delete] button when you want to delete a schedule.
There are three types of scheduling.
1) Daily: Perform the specified operation at a specified time every day.
2) Sunday ~ Saturday: Perform the specified operation at the specified time on a
specified day of the week.
3) Specific date: Perform the specified operation on the specified date and time.
NOTE • In standby mode, the POWER indicator will flash green for approx. 3
seconds when at least 1 “Power ON” schedule is saved.
• When the schedule function is used, the power cord must be connected to the
projector and the outlet. The schedule function does not work when the breaker
in a room is tripped. The power indicator will lights orange or green when the
projector is receiving AC power.
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7. Other Functions
7.3 Event Scheduling(continued)
Date/Time Settings (&30)
The Date/Time setting can be adjusted via a web browser.
Example: If the IP address of the projector is set to 192.168.1.10:
1) Enter “http://192.168.1.10/” into the address bar of the web browser, and select
Projector Web Control from the selection window.
2) Enter your user name and password, and then click the [OK].
3) Click the [Date/Time Settings] on the main menu and configure each item.
Refer to item 3.1.8 Date/Time Settings (&30) for further information.
4) Click the [Apply] button to save the settings.
NOTE • The internal clock’s time may not remain accurate. Using SNTP is
recommended to maintain accurate time (&31).
• Once you turn off the projector in the SAVING mode (&SETUP menu in the
Operating Guide) or the AC power, the current date and time setting is reset.
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7. Other Functions
7.4 Command Control via the Network
You can configure and control the projector via the network using RS-232C
commands.
Communication Port
The following two ports are assigned for the command control.
TCP #23 (Network Control Port1 (Port: 23))
TCP #9715 (Network Control Port2 (Port: 9715))
NOTE • Command control is available only via the specified port above.
Command Control Settings (&22)
Configure the following items from a web browser when command control is used.
Example: If the IP address of the projector is set to 192.168.1.10:
1) Enter “http://192.168.1.10/” into the address bar of the web browser, and select
Projector Web Control from the selection window.
2) Enter your user name and password, and then click the [OK].
3) Click the [Port Settings] on the main menu.
4) Click the [Enable] check box to open Network Control Port1 (Port: 23) to use
TCP #23. Click the [Enable] check box for the [Authentication] setting when
authentication is required, otherwise clear the check box.
5) Click the [Enable] check box to open Network Control Port2 (Port: 9715) to
use TCP #9715. Click the [Enable] check box for the [Authentication] setting
when authentication is required, otherwise clear the check box.
6) Click the [Apply] button to save the settings.
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7. Other Functions
7.4 C
ommand Control via the Network (continued)
When the authentication setting is enabled, the following settings are required.
(&32)
7) Click the [Security Settings] on the main menu.
8) Click the [Network Control] and enter the desired authentication password.
* See NOTE.
9) Click the [Apply] button to save the settings.
NOTE • The Authentication Password will be the same for Network Control
Port1 (Port: 23), Network Control Port2 (Port: 9715), PJLink™ Port (Port:
4352), My Image Port (Port: 9716) and Messenger Port (Port: 9719).
• The new configuration settings are activated after restarting the network
connection. When the configuration settings are changed, you must restart
the network connection. You can restart the network connection from Network
Restart on the main menu(&41).
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7.4 C
ommand Control via the Network (continued)
Command Format
Command formats differ among the different communication ports.
● TCP #23
You can use the RS-232C commands without any changes. The reply data
format is the same as the RS-232C commands. (RS-232C Communication
in the Operating Guide - Technical)
However, the following reply will be sent back in the event of authentication
failure when authentication is enabled.
<Reply in the event of an authentication error>
Reply
0x1F
Error code
0x04
0x00
● TCP #9715
Send Data format
The following formatting is added to the header (0 x 02), Data length (0 x 0D),
Checksum (1 byte) and Connection ID (1 byte) of the RS-232C commands.
Header
Data length
RS-232Ccommand
Check Sum
Connection
ID
0x02
0x0D
13 bytes
1 byte
1 byte
Header
→ 0x02, Fixed
Data length
→ RS-232C commands byte length (0x0D, Fixed)
RS-232C command →RS-232C commands that start with 0xBE 0xEF
(13 bytes)
Check Sum
→This is the value to make zero on the addition of the
lower 8 bits from the header to the checksum.
Connection ID
→Random value from 0 to 255 (This value is attached
to the reply data)
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7.4 C
ommand Control via the Network (continued)
Reply Data format
The connection ID (the data is same as the connection ID data on the sending
data format) is attached to the RS-232C commands reply data.
<ACK reply>
Reply
Connection
ID
0x06
1 byte
<NAK reply>
Reply
Connection
ID
0x15
1 byte
<Error reply>
Reply
Error code
Connection
ID
0x1C
2 bytes
1 byte
Reply
Data
Connection
ID
0x1D
2 bytes
1 byte
Reply
Status code
Connection
ID
0x1F
2 bytes
1 byte
<Data reply>
<Projector busy reply>
<Authentication error reply>
Reply
Authentication
Error code
0x1F
0x04
0x00
Connection
ID
1 byte
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7. Other Functions
7.4 C
ommand Control via the Network (continued)
Automatic Connection Break
The TCP connection will be automatically disconnected after there is no
communication for 30 seconds after being established.
Authentication
The projector does not accept commands without authentication success
when authentication is enabled. The projector uses a challenge response type
authentication with an MD5 (Message Digest 5) algorithm.
When the projector is using a LAN, a random 8 bytes will be returned if
authentication is enabled. Bind this received 8 bytes and the Authentication
Password and digest this data with the MD5 algorithm and add this in front of the
commands to send.
Following is a sample if the Authentication Password is set to “password” and the
random 8 bytes are “a572f60c”.
1) Connect the projector.
2) Receive the random 8 bytes “a572f60c” from the projector.
3) Bind the random 8 bytes “a572f60c” and the Authentication Password
“password” and it becomes “a572f60cpassword”.
4) D
igest this bind “a572f60cpassword” with MD5 algorithm.
It will be “e3d97429adffa11bce1f7275813d4bde”.
5) Add this “e3d97429adffa11bce1f7275813d4bde” in front of the commands
and send the data.
Send “e3d97429adffa11bce1f7275813d4bde”+command.
6) When the sending data is correct, the command will be performed and the
reply data will be returned. Otherwise, an authentication error will be returned.
NOTE • As for the transmission of the second or subsequent commands, the
authentication data can be omitted when the same connection.
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7.5 Crestron RoomView®
Crestron RoomView® is a multi-user resource management program provided
by Crestron Electronics, Inc. It is an application for managing and controlling the
projector and other AV devices collectively.
For details of Crestron RoomView®, refer to the Crestron® website.
URL: http://www.crestron.com (as of Aug. 2011)
The following communication interfaces can be used to manage the entire facility.
1) Crestron RoomView® Express / Crestron RoomView® Server Edition
RoomViewTM Express and RoomViewTM Server Edition are software provided
by Crestron Electronics, Inc. They are used for managing all the AV devices,
and are also able to communicate with the help desk as well as send out alert
messages.
For details of the software, refer to the following website.
URL: http://www.crestron.com/getroomview
2) Crestron e-Control®
Crestron e-Control® is a system controller that can be operated via a web
browser (&42).
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8. Troubleshooting
8. Troubleshooting
Problem
Can't communicate
Others
- Information from
the projector
to computer is
not correct or
completed
- The projector does
not respond
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Likely Cause
Things to Check
Reference
Page
Number
Weak radio signal
• Bring the computer and
projector closer together.
• Radio waves won’t go
through concrete and metal
(steel doors, etc.)
–
Cannot communicate due
to configure wireless /
encryption settings.
If there is a wireless
configuration utility loaded
on your computer, check its
settings.
Please refer the manual of
your configuration utility.
–
The computer and/or
projector's network settings
are not configured correctly.
Check the network
configurations of the
computer and projector.
–
The same network address
is set for both wireless and
wired LAN.
Change the network address
setting for wireless or wired
LAN.
<Only for wireless LAN>
The USB wireless adapter
is not inserted into the
projector.
Insert the optional USB
wireless adapter.
–
<Only for wireless LAN>
There is closely another
projector or other that has
the same wireless setting.
Try changing of SSID and IP
Address.
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Communication between the
projector and computer is not
Try “NETWORK RESTART”
working well.
in SERVICE menu under the
NETWORK menu.
NETWORK Functions of the
projector is not working well.
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In the
Operating
Guide
9. Specifications
9. Specifications
Item
Specifications
Control software
Dedicated computer application and Web browser
Corresponding
protocol
TCP/IP, DHCP client and HTTP server
Network
Wireless LAN (IEEE802.11b/g/n)
(Ad-Hoc and Infrastructure modes)
Wired LAN(100Base-TX/10Base-T)
Security
WEP (64/128bit), WPA-PSK (TKIP/AES),
WPA2-PSK (TKIP/AES), SSID
Computer
application's system
requirements
OS: W
indows® XP Home
Windows® XP Professional
Windows Vista® Home Basic
Windows Vista® Home Premium
Windows Vista® Business
Windows Vista® Ultimate
Windows Vista® Enterprise
Windows® 7 Starter
Windows® 7 Home Basic
Windows® 7 Home Premium
Windows® 7 Professional
Windows® 7 Ultimate
Windows® 7 Enterprise
CPU: Pentium 4 (2.8 GHz or higher)
Graphic card: 16 bit, XGA or higher
Memory: 512 MB or higher
Hard disk space: 100 MB or higher
Web browser: Internet Explorer® 6.0 or higher
CD-ROM/DVD-ROM drive
USB wireless adapter
Gemtek USB-Link11n
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10. Warranty and after-sales service
10. Warranty and after-sales service
If a problem occurs with the equipment, please read 8. Troubleshooting (&68)
section first and review all suggested check points. After that, please contact your
dealer or service company, if you still have the problem. They will tell you what
warranty condition is applied.
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