User Guidev1 ScreenBeam Pro Education Edition 2

User Guidev1 ScreenBeam Pro Education Edition 2
Wireless Display
Receiver
ScreenBeam Pro
Education Edition 2
Model # SBWD100B
User Guide v1
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Introduction
Thank you for purchasing Actiontec’s ScreenBeam Pro Education Edition 2
Wireless Display Receiver. The Receiver wirelessly streams what’s on your Intel
WiDi or Miracast™ compatible device to your HDTV, including movies, videos,
photos, music, and more.
The Receiver features fast setup, enhanced security and IT manageability, smooth
video playback, full 1080p HD support, ultra-low delay, Windows 8.1 optimization,
versatile compatibility, low power consumption.
With the Receiver, it’s easy to supplement traditional lectures with rich, engaging
multimedia like videos, apps, educational programming, even specialized online
course material. This wireless display adapter lets teachers and students wirelessly
share content from compatible tablets, smartphones, and laptops onto a projector
screen or other display.
This user manual will take you through the procedures needed to install, connect
to, operate, configure, and upgrade the Receiver, and also describe a few different
possible scenarios about locating faults.
Package Contents
The following items are in the ScreenBeam Pro Education Edition package:
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ScreenBeam Pro Education Edition 2 Wireless Display Receiver (1)
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HDMI Cable (1)
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HDMI-to-VGA adapter (1)
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AC power adapter (1)
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Quick Start Guide
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Features
Video Output
Port
USB Port
LED Indicator
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Reset Button
Power Input
Reset Button: resets the Receiver to its default settings
Video Out Port (HDMI): connects the Receiver to HDTV/projector for
video and audio output.
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Power Input: connects to AC adapter
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LED Indicator: displays status of power supply
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USB Port: used for firmware upgrades
System Requirements
sDisplay
device with one Type A HDMI port or VGA port
sAvailable
power outlet
Compatible Devices
sLaptop
or notebook computer with Intel WiDi 4 or higher
sSmartphone,
sWi-Fi
tablet, or laptop running Windows 8.1
Miracast™ certified smartphones and tablets
sNon-WiDi/Miracast-ready
laptops and PCs with Actiontec USB
Transmitter (Windows 7 or higher)
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Setting Up the
Receiver
This chapter details how to connect the Receiver to an HDTV monitor, and how to
set it up for the first time. Make sure you have all the contents from the Receiver’s
package available before beginning the installation.
Connecting to an HDTV Monitor
To connect the Receiver to an HDTV monitor, make sure the following items are
available:
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ScreenBeam Pro Education Edition 2 Wireless Display
Receiver
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HDMI to VGA Adaptor
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AC power cord
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VGA Cord
To connect the Receiver to a Projector:
1. Plug one end of the supplied HDMI to VGA Adaptor into the HDMI port
(Video Out) on the Receiver, and the other end into a VGA Cord.
2. Plug the remaining end of the VGA Cord into your projector or VGA drop
in the wall.
3. Plug the other end of the power cord into a nearby electrical outlet. The
Power LED will illuminate green.
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When Steps 1 and 2 are complete, the hardware should be connected as
shown in the figure below:
4.
Verify that the Ready To Connect screen appears on the SMART Board
when you turn on the projector.
The Receiver is now connected to the projector, and is ready to use.
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Setting Up the Receiver
Setting Up for the First Time
This section explains how to connect the Receiver for the first time to a source
device. The source device options must be running one of the following operating
systmes: Windows 8.1, Intel WiDi, and Miracast™.
Windows 8.1
To connect to a source device running Windows 8.1:
1. From the Windows desktop, go to the Charms menu and select Devices.
You can also use the shortcut keys (Windows logo + K).
2. When the Devices menu appears, select Project.
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3. When the Project menu appears, select Add a wireless display. Windows
will search for available devices.
Note: If the device is running Windows 8.1 and the previous screens do not
appear, go to
http://www.actiontec.com/widi81
to update the software. Alternatively, the Windows 8.1 device can be updated via the Windows Update application.
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Setting Up the Receiver
4. A PC and devices screen appears. Click Devices and, from the list that
appears, select the appropriate Receiver.
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5. A PIN entry box is displayed on the screen of the Windows 8.1 device and
a PIN entry countdown on the monitor. Type the PIN provided by the network administrator in the PIN entry box and click Next to continue.
Note: Obtain the security PIN from the network administrator if no PIN
is displayed on the connected display device. By default, the security PIN is
“12345670.” If a PIN is displayed on the connected display device (see lower
figure), type this PIN in the PIN entry box.
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6. The monitor displays messages to show the status of the connection.
7. When the device’s screen is displayed on the monitor, the source device has
connected to the Receiver.
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When connecting using
a Windows 10 device:
swipe in from the right
and choose "Project".
Next, choose your
device.
Finally, choose how you
want to display (see
next page for
descriptions of the
displays) and then click
"Connect to a wireless
display".
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Display and
Control Options
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This chapter describes the various display modes and control options that are supported by the Receiver.
Display Mode
The Receiver supports three display modes when connected with a compatible
wireless display application.
In Windows, press the Windows logo + P keys on the keyboard simultaneously to
launch the display options and select the desired display mode from the options.
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Duplicate
The Duplicate mode is used to display the same content on both the device’s
screen and the projector simultaneously.
Note: There may be minor delay between the content displayed on the monitor
compared to the source device’s screen. This is due to the current state of wireless
display technology.
Extend
The Extend mode creates a single, extended “screen” between the source device
and the monitor. When in Extend mode, dragging windows to the right side of the
device’s screen displays those windows on the monitor, while dragging windows to
the left of the monitor displays them back on the device’s screen. This mode allows
users to display selected content on the monitor, while all other windows remain
on the device’s screen. When this mode is first selected, the monitor displays only
the Windows desktop.
Second Screen Only
The Second Screen Only mode causes the monitor to be the only display for the
device. All content will be displayed on the monitor; the source device’s screen will
be blank.
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