Epson | Moverio BT-200 | Quick start manual | Epson Moverio BT-200 Quick Start Manual

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Wearing the Headset
Open the arms using
both hands.
Place the headset on your head.
A
Make sure the lenses are at eye level.
B
Connect the earphone microphones.
C
Start Guide
Connect to the earphone microphone
socket.
Before getting started, read the "Safety Instructions" in the User's Guide supplied with this
product. The User's Guide provides detailed information on operating and viewing movies
with the product. You can also download the Reference Guide (PDF or Help application)
from the following website: http://www.epson.com.
Viewing Movies
If you wear glasses
Adjust the width and
position of the nose pads.
1. Charging
2. Wearing the Headset
Package Contents
3. Turning On
with normal shade
Controller
AC adapter
USB cable
Carrying case
If the headset is too loose
Attach the supplied ear hooks if the headset does not feel secure. See the User's Guide for
more details.
Viewing Movies Copied from a
Computer
Headset
You can wear the headset over your glasses, or you can use the lens holder supplied with
the product.
Viewing Movies on a Website
Replacing the Shade
Pull forward.
A
Pull down.
B
Align the protruding section
C
with the socket.
Push into the headset.
D
Dark shade
Lens holder
Ear hooks
Earphone microphones
AC adapter clip
depend on country
Push the protruding section on the shade
into the socket on the headset.
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Charging
Connect the headset and the controller.
A
Connect the controller and the AC adapter.
B
Plug in the AC adapter.
C
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Turning On
Turn on the controller.
Slide and hold the power switch until
the LED indicator turns light-blue.
Trackpad
* Initial charging takes approximately 5 hours.
Flashing light-blue: Charging starts.
Solid light-blue: Charging complete.
When you touch the trackpad
with your finger, a pointer[
]
is displayed on the screen.
Tap
The power is on after the LED
flashes light-blue.
Touch lightly
To launch applications
and select items.
Connect the USB cable.
Drag
Hold down and move
To move icons and scroll
screens.
Insert until you hear a click.
Turning off
Slide and hold the power switch to the [ ] side for
at least one second. When the [Power off ] screen is
displayed, move [
] to [OK], and then tap.
The Home screen is displayed in
the headset's screen.
Turning off the screen while the product is on (Sleep
mode)
Slide the power switch briefly to the [ ] side to enter Sleep
mode. Slide the power switch to the [ ] side again to release
Sleep mode.
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Viewing Movies Copied from a
Computer
Tap the data you want to view.
D
Copying data to this product
Windows
Windows XP and later versions of Windows are
supported. You need Windows Media Player 10 or later
when using Windows XP.
OS X
The playback screen is displayed.
Install Android File Transfer from Android official site to
your computer.
Supported file format with Gallery
- Movies: MP4 (MPEG4+AAC/Dolby Digital Plus), MPEG2
(H.264+AAC/Dolby Digital Plus)
- Still images: JPEG, PNG, BMP, GIF
Connect the USB cable to the controller and to your
A
computer.
Viewing Movies on a Website
Using a Browser
Making network settings
Make Wi-Fi settings to access the Internet in a wireless
LAN environment.
Tap [
A
Check the following before making settings
- The SSID (network name) for the wireless LAN access
point or public wireless LAN service you want to connect
to.
- Password to the network and security type, if security is
enabled.
Tap [
A
] on the Home screen.
Disconnect the USB cable after you are finished
copying data.
Viewing the copied data in the Gallery
Tap [
A
] on the Home screen.
Tap the URL field, and then enter a search keyword or
B
URL.
The APPS list screen is displayed.
] on the APPS list screen.
B
want to view to the internal storage or microSD card.
The Browser screen is displayed.
Operations while playing movies
Tap [
B
Open the portable device, and then copy data you
B
] on the APPS list screen.
Tap [
] to display the application selection screen.
Tap [Video player] to start playback.
A
The computer recognizes this product as a portable
device.
Connect to the Internet and view movies on a Website.
Pause
A
The pause button is displayed when you tap the screen.
Tap [
] to pause playback.
Movie positioning
B
] to the right or left to change the position
Drag [
where you want to start playing.
The Settings screen is displayed.
Entering text
When you tap a field that allows text to be entered, a
software keyboard is displayed. Tap the keyboard to enter
text.
Changing the character type
Tap the [AB12] key on the keyboard to change the character type of the keyboard.
Tap [WIRELESS & NETWORKS] - [Wi-Fi] - [OFF] to turn
C
When using a commercially available microSD card
the Wi-Fi [ON].
Insert the card in the microSD card slot on the controller,
and then copy the data.
Available SSIDs (network names) are displayed.
The APPS list screen is displayed.
Tap [
B
] on the APPS list screen.
Supported memory cards
- microSD cards (up to 2 GB)
- microSDHC cards (up to 32 GB)
Tap the SSID (network name) you want to connect to.
D
* A microSD card is not supplied with this product.
Removing a microSD card
A folder is displayed.
Tap the folder containing the movie you want to view.
C
Supported files are displayed.
Tap [
] on the APPS list screen, and then tap
A
[Storage] - [Unmount SD card] - [OK] to safely
remove the card.
Enter the password, and then tap [Connect].
E
Open the cover, press the
B
microSD card once in the
direction shown by the
arrow, and then remove the
card.
Windows, Windows Vista, and Windows Media are the registered
trademarks of the Microsoft Corporation in North America and other
countries.
OS X is a registered trademark of Apple Inc.
When [
] is displayed on the status bar, settings are
complete.
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