ScreenBeam Enterprise 950 Wireless Display

ScreenBeam Enterprise 950 Wireless Display
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ScreenBeam Enterprise 950
Wireless Display Receiver1
Quick Start Guide
This Quick Start Guide provides step-by-step instructions
on how to setup your Actiontec ScreenBeam Enterprise
Receiver. After completing the steps described in this
Guide, you will be able to place the Receiver at your site
and provide wireless display access for users.
A Before You Begin
Before deploying Actiontec ScreenBeam products, check
for the latest software and release documentation.
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For user guides and software upgrades, go to:
https://actiontec.zendesk.com/
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For Open Source information, go to:
http:/opensource.actiontec.com
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Package Contents
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ScreenBeam 950 Wireless Display Receiver
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Power adapter
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HDMI cable
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Regulatory notice
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Quick Start Guide (this document)
Setup Requirements
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Windows 8.1 or Windows 10 laptop with Miracast
wireless display enabled
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TV/Projector/Monitor with HDMI input
Important!
If the Receiver is deployed with Central Management
System (CMS), connect the Receiver to the local network
and follow the CMS Deployment Guide. Visit
http://www.actiontec.com/sbcms for more details.
D Connect Receiver to Display
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Setup Laptop to Manage Receiver
Configure Wireless Network Connection
For security purposes, the wireless network connection is
hidden by default. To set up:
1. On the Windows 8.1/10 laptop, go to Set up a new
connection or network (Control Panel > Network and
Internet > Network and Sharing Center).
2. Select Set up a new connection or network.
3. Select Manually connect to a wireless network.
4. Locate the SSID name as shown on the TV screen
(Actiontec-SBWD-xxxxxx) and enter it in the
Network name text box.
Note: The SSID name is case-sensitive.
5. Under Security type, select WPA2-Personal.
1. Place the Receiver next to the TV display.
6. Under Security Key, enter 12345678.
2. Using an HDMI cable, connect one end to the Receiver’s
HDMI port and the other end to the HDMI port on
the TV.
7. Click in the checkbox next to Start this connection
automatically to deactivate this option.
3. Connect one end of the Receiver’s power adapter to the
Receiver’s power port, and the other end to an electrical
wall socket.
4. Turn on the TV and switch to the HDMI input to which
the Receiver is connected.
5. Wait about 30 seconds, then verify the TV displays
ScreenBeam’s Ready to Connect screen.
8. Click in the checkbox next to Connect even if the
network is not broadcasting to activate this option.
9. Click Next and close.
Connect Laptop to Receiver’s Wireless SSID
1. Access an available wireless network by clicking on
the wireless icon from the computer’s System Tray.
2. Select the previously added hidden wireless network
(Note: Do not activate Connect automatically).
3. Select Connect.
The laptop connects to the ScreenBeam wireless network,
with a local network IP address of 192.168.51.x.
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Log Into Local Management
H Customize Wireless Display Features
1. On the laptop, open a web browser.
Configure Force PIN Pairing Option
2. Enter the following URL into the browser’s address
text box:
http://192.168.51.1
1. Go to the Features webpage. By default, the PIN is set
to static at 12345670 and it does not display on the TV
upon a connection attempt.
3. When the Actiontec Login console page appears,
enter the following:
Username: Administrator
Password: Actiontec
2. Change the PIN (password), if desired.
4. Click Login
5. The Device Configuration webpage appears.
Configure HDMI/VGA Port Power Management
The Receiver is designed to display continuously. To extend
the TV/projector’s bulb life, change the Receiver’s output
to ScreenSaver or Display Off (for the latter, enter a desired
period until the display turns off).
Configure HDMI-CEC
G Customize Wireless Display Settings
If the Receiver is connected behind an A/V transmitter or
receiver, enable this mode to support CEC (Consumer
Electronics Control).
Assign New Device Settings
1. Go to the Device Configurations webpage.
2. From the Device Name Access option, select Enable.
3. Click in the Device Name text box, then enter a new
name (example: Conference TV).
Note: Each Receiver should have a unique name; this
makes it easier to identify which Receiver is connected
to which TV/projector. The supported characters are
(A-Z, a-z, 0-9, -, _).
Change the Administrator’s Password
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Place Receiver at Site
1. Unplug the power adapter and HDMI cable from the
Receiver.
2. Move the Receiver to its permanent location (accessible
to both power and HDMI/VGA input of the display).
Note: If you plan to use CMS, access to a wired
(recommended) or wireless LAN is also required.
1. Click in the Administrator Password text box and enter
the new password.
3. Plug the HDMI or VGA cable to the Receiver and the
TV/projector.
2. Click Apply to save changes.
4. Plug in the Receiver’s power adapter.
5. Switch the TV/projector to the correct input, and verify
the Ready to Connect screen appears.
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Verify the Installation
1. Learn how to connect your device:
http://www.actiontec.com/setupsb
2. Using a Windows 8.1/10 Miracast/WiDi-enabled
device, connect to the ScreenBeam receiver.
3. The device’s screen appears on the TV/projector. The
screen can now be mirrored or extended on the
TV/projector.
Congratulations! The TV/projector is now connected to
the Receiver, and is wirelessly displaying content from the
device.
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