ScreenBeam Wireless Display Kit

ScreenBeam Wireless Display Kit
Wireless Display
Receiver Kit
ScreenBeam
Wireless Display Kit
Model # SBWD100B, SBT100U
User Guide
rev. 3
Table of Contents
Introduction
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Package Contents
5
Features
5
System Requirements
5
Getting to Know the Components
7
Connecting to a Receiver
9
Connecting the Receiver to an HDTV
9
Setting Up a Windows 7/8 Computer
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Setting Wireless Display Preferences
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Preferences Window
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Windows Viewing Configuration
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Updating the Firmware
26
Updating Using the Software
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Updating Using a USB Flash Drive
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Connecting a Receiver Without a Transmitter
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Connecting via the Intel WiDi App
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Connecting via Windows 8.1
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Connecting via Android Devices
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Frequently Asked Questions
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Specifications and Technical Support
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Specifications
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Environmental
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Technical Support
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Introduction
Thank you for purchasing Actiontec’s ScreenBeam Kit. ScreenBeam Pro
allows you to wirelessly display the content on your laptop/PC, tablet, or
smartphone screen, onto an HDTV monitor. ScreenBeam Pro Receiver is
compatible with laptops/PCs running Windows 7 or 8/8.1, and connects
seamlessly with smartphones, tablets and other devices running
Miracast™ or Intel’s WiDi technology. With ScreenBeam Transmitter, it
can also support laptops/PCs running Windows 7 or 8 without Miracast™
or Intel’s WiDi
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Package Contents
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ScreenBeam Pro Wireless Display Receiver (SBWD100B)
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ScreenBeam USB Transmitter (SBT100U)
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ScreenBeam Wireless Display software CD
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High-speed HDMI cable
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Power supply
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Quick Start Guide
Features
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Wireless display; mirror and extend modes
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Compatible with almost every HDTV monitor
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The only wireless display solution to support compatible Windows
7/8/8.1 laptops, Miracast devices, and Intel WiDi-enabled laptops
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No existing wireless network or line of sight connection required
System Requirements
Wireless Display Receiver
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HDTV monitor with one free HDMI port
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Available power outlet
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Introduction
Wireless Display Software
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Laptop or PC running Windows 7 or Windows 8 (32/64 bit)
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Minimum system requirements (for web browsing, presentations, or
slideshows):
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Processor: AMD® A6 or Intel® Gen 3 Core™ i3 equivalent processor
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Memory: 2GB RAM or more
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Hard disk space: 150MB or more
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Miscellaneous: available USB port
Recommended system requirements(for video streaming):
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Processor: AMD® A8 or Intel® Gen 3 Core™ i5 equivalent processor
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Memory: 3 GB RAM or more
Miracast/WiDi Devices
If ScreenBeam Pro Receiver is being used.
Miracast
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Miracast-certified smartphone, tablet, or laptop with native or third
party wireless display application
Intel WiDi
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Compatible Intel WiDi laptop
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Intel WiDi 3.5 or higher software (see http://www.intel.com/go/
wirelessdisplayupdate for latest software and drivers)
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Getting to Know the Components
The ScreenBeam Kit contains two components: ScreenBeam Pro Wireless
Display Receiver and ScreenBeam USB Transmitter. The Receiver is the
main component of the ScreenBeam Kit. It receives video transmissions
from compatible Windows 7/8/8.1 computers, Wi-Fi Miracast devices, or
laptops with Intel WiDi 3.5 or later. The ScreenBeam USB Transmitter is
used for non-Miracast or non-WiDi laptops.
ScreenBeam Pro Wireless Display Receiver
The Receiver features one LED light, one reset button, and three ports:
Power Light
The Power light glows blue when the Receiver is powered up.
HDMI Port
The HDMI port is used to connect an HDMI cable from the HDTV
monitor to the Receiver.
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Power Port
The Power port is used to connect the Receiver’s Power cord.
USB Port
The USB port is used for software upgrades via a USB flash drive or
for USB over network application (UoIP). Refer to Section 4.2.
Updating the Receiver’s Firmware Only for more information.
Reset Button
The Reset button is used to reset the receiver to default settings. Press
and hold the Reset button with a pin to reset the Receiver.
ScreenBeam USB Transmitter
The USB Transmitter has a single USB connection, used to connect it to a
USB port on a Windows 7/8/8.1 computer that is not running Miracast or
Intel WiDi. To use ScreenBeam in this manner, you must install the
ScreenBeam Wireless Display software on the computer (see chapter 2,
Connecting to a Receiver, on page 9, for more information).
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Connecting to a Receiver
This chapter details how to connect the ScreenBeam Pro Receiver to an
HDTV monitor, as well as connecting to either a compatible Windows
7/8/8.1 laptop, Wi-Fi Miracast device, or laptop with Intel WiDi 3.5 or
higher.
Connecting the Receiver to an HDTV
To connect the ScreenBeam Pro Receiver to an HDTV monitor, make
sure you have the following items handy:
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ScreenBeam Pro Receiver
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HDMI Cable
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Power cord
To connect the Receiver to an HDTV:
1. Get the Receiver, AC power adapter, and HDMI cable from the
Receiver’s package.
2. Plug one end of the supplied HDMI cable into the HDMI port (Video
Out) on the Receiver, and the other end into an available HDMI port
on the HDTV.
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3. Plug the connector of the power cord to the Receiver’s power input
port labeled 5V DC, and plug the power adapter to a power outlet.
The Receiver’s Power LED illuminates blue.
When Steps 1, 2, and 3 are complete, the hardware should be
connected as shown in the figure below:
4. Turn on the HDTV and set it to display the input from the correct
HDMI port (the one you have the Receiver plugged into in Step 2).
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5. Verify that the “Ready To Connect” screen appears on the HDTV.
The Receiver is now connected to the HDTV monitor. To connect it to
either a compatible Windows 7/8 laptop/PC, Wi-Fi Miracast device, or
laptop with Intel WiDi 3.5 or later, refer to one of the following sections
of this chapter.
Setting Up a Windows 7/8 Computer
If your Windows 7/8 computer does not have Miracast or WiDi enabled,
you must load the ScreenBeam Wireless Display software onto the laptop,
connect the USB Transmitter, and then pair the Receiver to the USB
Transmitter. Make sure you have the following items handy:
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ScreenBeam USB Transmitter
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ScreenBeam Wireless Display software CD
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A compatible computer running Windows 7 or 8
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Loading the Software
To load the ScreenBeam software and connect the Transmitter to a
computer:
1.
Insert the ScreenBeam CD into the CD drive of the computer.
2.
An AutoPlay window appears. Click Run setup.exe, and then follow
the onscreen instructions.
If the AutoPlay screen does not appear, locate the CD-ROM folder,
then double-click setup.exe. If the computer does not have a CD/
DVD drive, go to http://www.actiontec.com/products/sbupdate.php to download the software.
3.
A series of screens appears, detailing the steps to connect the
Receiver to an HDTV monitor. Click through them.
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4.
When the screen shown below appears, insert the Transmitter into a
USB port on the computer. Click Next.
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5.
Click the button next to Yes, I want to restart my computer now, and
then click Finish.
The computer reboots. After it finishes rebooting, go on to the next
section.
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Connecting to a Receiver
Pairing the Transmitter
Before pairing the Transmitter, make sure the Receiver is connected to an
HDTV monitor and powered on, and the Transmitter is connected to a
computer. To pair the Transmitter:
1.
After the computer reboots, double-click the ScreenBeam Wireless
Display icon on the desktop.
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2.
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The ScreenBeam Wireless Display screen appears. Click Add a
Receiver.
Note: If the ScreenBeam Wireless Display screen is not displayed after
the software is launched, locate it in the Notification Area. Click the
ScreenBeam Wireless Display icon to display the main screen.
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3.
The Add a ScreenBeam Receiver screen appears. Select the appropriate
Receiver, then click Connect.
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Note: A registration key may need to be entered before the Add a
ScreenBeam Receiver screen appears. The registration key is found in
the product packaging.
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4.
A PIN (Personal Identification Number) appears on the HDTV
monitor connected to the Receiver. Enter the PIN in the Add a
ScreeBeam Receiver screen on the computer within 60 seconds, then
click Next.
The Receiver and Transmitter are now paired, and the computer’s screen
should be visible on the HDTV monitor.
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Selecting a Wireless Channel
The ScreenBeam software provides wireless channel selection, which
allows the use of a specific channel (5GHz band) for its wireless
connection. To select a wireless channel:
1.
Start the ScreenBeam Wireless Display software, then click Add a
receiver from the main screen.
2.
The Add a ScreenBeam Receiver window appears. Select a channel
from the Channel drop-down menu.
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Note: When selecting a wireless channel, “Auto” is the
recommended choice. This setting allows the software to
automatically select the clearest channel available.
4.
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Select the appropriate Receiver, then click Connect. The selected
channel will be used.
Note: This channel is used for adding a new Receiver.
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Using Preferences
You can also define a wireless channel from the Preferences window.
To select a wireless channel:
1.
Make sure the computer is disconnected from the Receiver, then
open the ScreenBeam Wireless Display’s Preferences window.
2.
Select the desired channel from the Wireless Channel list, then
click OK.
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3.
Reconnect the computer to the Receiver. The selected channel
will be used.
Note: The wireless channel configuration in the Preferences window
is used for persistence connection. Generally, “Auto” is
recommended.
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Setting Wireless Display
Preferences
This chapter details how to adjust the Transmitter’s wireless display
options. Most of these settings reside in the ScreenBeam Wireless Display
Preferences window.
Preferences Window
To open the ScreenBeam Wireless Display Preferences window, right-click
the ScreenBeam icon from the Notification Area of the computer’s
desktop. When the ScreenBeam options menu appears, click Preferences.
Note: Changing these preferences affects computers running Windows
7/8/8.1 only.
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Language
Select the language used by the ScreenBeam Wireless Display software.
Wireless Channel
The wireless channel on which the Receivers operate can be changed here.
Auto is recommended; this setting automatically selects the clearest
channel available.
Display Content
Display Content allows Receivers to be configured for an optimal viewing
experience on the HDTV. By default, Video Playback is selected for
better video display. Select Presentation/Slideshow for a better still image
display.
Adjust Screen Size
Adjusting this slider changes the size of the picture on the HDTV
monitor. This is useful if the picture on the HDTV screen is
overscanned–that is, the picture looks too big to fit on the screen. If this
occurs, adjust the slider until the entire picture appears on the HDTV
screen.
Enable Push Button Pairing
Activating this option allows devices or computers to connect with a
Receiver without having to enter a Personal Identification Number (PIN).
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Wireless Display Preferences
Enable Low Resolution Mode
Activating this option transmits a lower resolution picture to the HDTV
monitor, which can be useful when viewing video content (movies,
television shows, etc.).
Start ScreenBeam on Windows Startup
Activating this option causes the ScreenBeam Wireless Display software
to start up anytime the laptop/PC is turned on or rebooted.
Restore Defaults
Click Restore defaults to reset all settings in the Preferences window to
their factory default settings.
Product Registration
Click Product Registration to display the Product Registration window.
Enter the correct information and click OK.
Note: The registration key can be found in the product packaging.
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Windows Viewing Configuration
There are two options here: Mirroring and Extended Desktop.
Mirroring
By default, ScreenBeam mirrors the screen from the computer on the
HDTV monitor.
Extended Desktop
ScreenBeam can be used withWindows Extended Desktop mode on the
computer, which creates a single desktop that stretches across both the
computer screen and the HDTV monitor. To use Extended Desktop,
toggle the display output type on the Windows 7/8 computer.
Additionally, a hot key can be used, or the setting can be manually
configured from the system’s Display settings. Refer to your computer
user guide for more information.
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Updating the Firmware
This chapter details the procedures to upgrade the ScreenBeam Pro
Receiver’s firmware. You can upgrade the firmware through ScreenBeam
Wireless Display software, or USB flash drive.
Updating Using the Software
Follow the procedure below to update the firmware using the
ScreenBeam Wireless Display software:
1. Make sure that ScreenBeam Wireless Display software is
disconnected from the Receiver. Then, right-click a Receiver’s profile
from the main ScreenBeam Wireless Display window and select
Check for updates…
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Note: Performing a software update may cause the ScreenBeam Wireless
Display application to restart. If this occurs, relaunch the ScreenBeam
Wireless Display application after the update is completed.
2. Another window appears, checking for available updates.
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When the check is complete, it will indicate whether an update is
available. If one is available, click Update now.
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4.
The Receiver’s firmware update is performed first. Do not power off
the Receiver during this transfer.
5.
The Receiver’s firmware will be downloaded and transferred to the
receiver. Do not power off the Receiver or remove the Transmitter
during this transfer.
6.
Once the firmware transfer is complete, the Receiver will reboot. If
there are more updates available for the ScreenBeam Wireless Display
application, click Next.
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7.
The ScreenBeam Wireless Display application update downloads the
upgrade installation files.
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8.
When the download is complete, click Update and follow the
onscreen instructions to upgrade the ScreenBeam Wireless Display
application.
The ScreenBeam Wireless Display application has been updated, as well
as the Receiver’s firmware.
Updating Using a USB Flash Drive
1. Download the ScreenBeam Pro’s firmware (sbpro_fw_x.x.xx.x.zip) at
http://www.actiontec.com/sbupdate.
2. Extract the zip file. An autorun folder, an install file and this upgrade
instructions guide should be extracted.
3. Insert a USB flash drive in an available USB port on the computer.
4. Copy both the autorun folder and install file to the top directory of
the USB flash drive Note: Do not use a portable hard drive. Use a formatted FAT/FAT32
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5. Make sure the HDTV connected to the Receiver is powered on and
the correct HDMI input is selected. Note: Disconnect all wireless devices (Ultrabooks, smartphones, and
tablets) from the Receiver before upgrading the firmware.
6. When the Ready to Connect screen appears, plug the USB flash drive
into the Receiver’s USB Port.
7. The firmware upgrade starts automatically after a few seconds. A
Firmware Upgrade message appears on the HDTV. Note: The HDTV screen may go temporarily blank for a few seconds
during the upgrade process. Warning! Do not power off the Receiver or remove the USB flash
drive while the upgrade is in progress. This may cause the firmware
upgrade to fail.
8. When the upgrade completes, the Ready to Connect screen reappears
on the HDTV, with the new firmware version information displayed
at the bottom right corner.
9. The ScreenBeam Pro Receiver is now upgraded. The USB flash drive
can now be removed from the Receiver.
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Connecting a Receiver
Without a Transmitter
This chapter details how to connect the Receiver to the device without
using a Transmitter. To do this, the device (laptop, tablet, or smartphone)
must be running Wi-Fi Miracast or Intel WiDi 3.5 or higher.
Connecting via the Intel WiDi App
1. Launch the Intel Wireless Display Application on the device. To find
the application, go to Windows Search on the device and search for
“Intel WiDi.”
2. The device scans for available receivers. Select the same receiver name
as seen on the HDTV and click Connect. (The Connect Automatically
checkbox is optional.)
3. Wait until the Receiver displays a PIN on the HDTV, and a PIN entry
box on the screen of the WiDi device. Enter the PIN in the PIN entry
box on the WiDi device, then click Continue.
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4. The HDTV displays messages to show the status of the connection
process.
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5. A “Connection Successful” screen appears on the device’s screen, as
well as on the HDTV.
Adjusting the HDTV Picture
If the edges of the device screen cannot be seen on the HDTV, adjust
cropping. To do this, enter the WiDi application and click Settings.
Navigate to the Picture and Sound section, select Adjust cropping…, and
adjust the HDTV picture by clicking plus (+) or minus (-).
WiDi Software Version Support
Make sure the device supports Intel Wireless Display (WiDi) software
version 3.5 or higher. To find out which version of Intel WiDi the device
is running, enter the Intel WiDi application and click Help, then navigate
to the About WiDi section. To obtain the latest Intel WiDi software and
drivers, go to http://www.intel.com/go/wirelessdisplayupdate.
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Connecting via 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. From the Charms menu, click Project.
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3. From the Project screen, select Add a wireless display.
4. Select the appropriate Receiver from the list.
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5. Enter the PIN as displayed on the television screen, then connect and
display. Click Next to continue.
Connecting via Android Devices
1. On a Miracast™-enabled Android device, locate and open the
Wireless Display Application (check for the application under
Settings).
Note: The name of the Wireless Display Application depends on the
device type and model. Refer to the device’s carrier or manufacturer
user manual for more details.
2. The Wireless Display Application scans for available receivers. Select
the Receiver from the list.
3. Wait for the device to associate with the Receiver. When it does, the
device’s screen will be displayed on the HDTV.
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Frequently Asked Questions
This chapter lists a series of frequently asked questions concerning the
operation of the ScreenBeam components.
Note: Go to http://www.actiontec.com/screenbeam to access any FAQs
created or updated after the publication date of this manual.
Do I need to install ScreenBeam Wireless Display software or the
USB Transmitter included with the ScreenBeam Kit to connect to a
Wi-Fi Miracast or Intel WiDi enabled device?
No. For Miracast devices, refer to the user guide of the device’s
manufacturer. For WiDi (3.5 and higher) laptops, make sure your system
driver and WiDi software are up-to-date.
Why can’t I see anything on my TV screen?
If you’re not getting a picture on your TV, make sure the ScreenBeam Pro
Receiver is connected, powered on, and the correct TV input (HDMI 1,
HDMI 2, etc.) has been selected.
I’ve inserted the software CD into the CD-ROM drive, but it doesn’t
install. What should I do?
In Windows Explorer, browse to the CD-ROM drive (e.g., D:), and then
locate and double-click the “Setup.exe” file.
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My laptop computer does not have a CD-ROM drive. How can I
install the ScreenBeam Wireless Display software?
If your computer doesn’t have a CD-ROM drive, go to the following link:
http://www.actiontec.com/products/sbupdate.php. You will need
information from the sticker on the bottom of the ScreenBeam Pro
Receiver. Once you have entered the information, download the software
as indicated on the web page.
The ScreenBeam Wireless Display software can’t launch– it says it
can’t find a USB Transmitter. How can I solve this?
First, if the display software doesn’t launch, wait about a minute before
trying anything else. Then, unplug and plug the USB Transmitter dongle
back in, and try launching the display software again. If that doesn’t work,
open the Windows Device Manager and make sure the ScreenBeam
Transmitter is NOT disabled (locate it under “Network”).
Should I be concerned if Windows’ firewall or anti-virus software
warns that ScreenBeam is trying to open a port?
ScreenBeam requires Windows to temporarily open a port to stream
content to the TV. Click Allow when the message appears. Some antivirus software settings can be more restrictive than others, and you may
not get a notification at all. If you are using anti-virus software and
ScreenBeam is not operating properly, you may need to temporary
disable the anti-virus software, and re-enable it after using ScreenBeam. If
the problem persists, consult your anti-virus user guide to configure the
proper settings for ScreenBeam.
I cannot detect the ScreenBeam Receiver from my laptop
computer using the ScreenBeam Wireless Display software. What’s
wrong?
First, make sure the ScreenBeam Transmitter is connected to the USB
port. Then, select “Add a receiver” and try again.
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My laptop/PC displays the following message: “Color scheme has
been changed.” Is this a problem?
No. Select “Keep the current color scheme and don’t show this message
again.”
ScreenBeam receiver displays a screen that seems to be larger
than my TV can handle. How can I fix this?
Right-click the ScreenBeam icon in Windows’ Notification Area at the
bottom right of the desktop. A menu will appear. From the menu, select
Preferences, then adjust the screen size.
Why is my laptop/PC’s audio muted once I connect to ScreenBeam
receiver?
It is muted because the audio is now being broadcast through the TV.
Why am I experiencing stuttering video and out-of-sync audio?
If this occurs, make sure your system meets the recommended
requirements for optimal video playback experience. You can also place
the ScreenBeam Receiver in an open space and try again. If running your
laptop on battery, make sure its power settings are configured for
“Maximum Performance” or plug-in your laptop’s power cable.
My video quality is poor, or I’m seeing a mosaic display on my
HDTV. What should I do?
First, make sure the laptop/PC meets the recommended system
requirements. If you’re seeing constant mosaic picture/video display,
disconnect, and then reconnect the ScreenBeam connection.
When viewing video, sometimes I see a horizontal line appears
across the screen. What should I do?
This may occur when you use Windows Media Player to play video. You
may try another video/media player application to resolve this issue.
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How can I update my ScreenBeam Wireless Display software?
Open the ScreenBeam Wireless Display application. Right-click the
ScreenBeam Receiver you’ve previously connected to and select “Check
for updates…” Make sure the laptop/PC is connected to the Internet.
Why am I unable to play a DVD or Blu-ray disc when connected to
ScreenBeam Pro?
Currently, ScreenBeam USB Transmitter and wireless display software do
not support streaming of protected content such as DVD/Blu-ray movies,
TV shows, etc. However, the ScreenBeam Receiver supports playback of
protected content (HDCP 2.1).
What should I do if the ScreenBeam Wireless Display software
cannot connect or pair with ScreenBeam Pro receiver?
Reboot the laptop and power cycle the Wireless Display Receiver. Also,
try selecting a different wireless channel before connecting. To do this,
from the “Add a Receiver” screen, click the wireless channel drop-down
menu, then select a different wireless channel.
How can I update my Wireless Display Receiver firmware?
Go to http://www.actiontec.com/sbupdate to download the latest
firmware and refer to the upgrade instructions posted online.
Why can’t my Android device connect even though I have the Wi-Fi
Direct option?
For an Android device to connect, it must have the Wireless Display
software application. Check your device user guide to see if the “Wireless
display” or “Miracast screen mirroring” feature is available. Refer to your
Miracast mobile device latest user guide for more information.
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Can I connect my Apple iPad or iPhone to the ScreenBeam
Receiver?
No. Currently, ScreenBeam Pro only supports Windows 7/8/8.1
computers, WiDi-capable systems, and Miracast-enabled devices.
Does ScreenBeam Pro support iTunes Airplay?
No. ScreenBeam Pro is not designed for Airplay. However, once the
laptop computer is connected to the ScreenBeam Pro Receiver, you’ll be
able to play your iTunes content and it will display on the TV.
Can I connect to multiple ScreenBeam Pro Receivers
simultaneously?
No. You can only connect to one ScreenBeam Pro Receiver at a time.
I initially selected “Disconnect” on my PC device, and then I
selected “Connect” on my PC device. My laptop/PC shows “Pairing
failed.” What should I do next?
Unplug the power cable attached to the ScreenBeam Pro Receiver, wait 5
seconds, then connect the power cable to the Receiver. Afterwards, select
“Connect” on your laptop/PC.
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Specifications and Technical
Support
Specifications
General
Model Number
SBT100B, SBT100U
Software and USB Transmitter
Minimum System Requirements
AMD® A6 or Intel® Gen 3 Core™ i3 equivalent processor
2GB of RAM
150MB of hard disk space
Available USB port
Recommended System Requirements
AMD® A8 or Intel® Gen 3 Core™ i5 equivalent processor or faster
3GB of RAM or higher
Features
Wireless display
Mirroring
Extended desktop mode
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OS Supported
Windows 7, Windows 8/8.1 (32/64-Bit)
Video Output (from USB Transmitter)
Up to 720p display resolution1
1280 x 720 (Windows 7)
1280 x 768 (Windows 8)
Audio Output (from USB Transmitter)
Stereo audio
Wireless Display Receiver
Wireless Display Technology
Actiontec Wireless Display (requires ScreenBeam Transmitter and
software)1
Intel Wireless Display (WiDi) 3.5 and higher
Wi-Fi Miracast™ standard
Features
Wireless display
Mirroring2
Extended desktop mode
A/V Interface
HDMI
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Requires computer that meets minimum system requirements.
Feature availability depends on device software and model. Consult with your
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Video
Up to 720p3 for ScreenBeam Wireless Display software and USB
Transmitter
Up to full 1080p1 for Intel WiDi laptops and Wi-Fi Miracast devices
Audio
LPCM AAC
Stereo4 for ScreenBeam Wireless Display software and USB
Transmitter
Surround5 for Intel WiDi laptops and Wi-Fi Miracast devices
Wireless
IEEE 802Au.11a/b/g/n
Dual-band 5GHz and 2.4GHz
Wireless security
WPA2, WPS PIN Pairing, and AES 128-bit
Content Protection
No support for protected content (e.g. Blu-ray/DVD) if using
ScreenBeam
Wireless Display software and USB Transmitter
Protected content (HDCP 2.x) support for WiDi laptops and
Miracast devices
Power Input
5V/2A
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Audio/video quality depends on transmission source.
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Audio/video quality depends on transmission source.
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Audio/video quality depends on transmission source.
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Power Consumption
Less than 4W
LED Indicators
Power
Environmental
Power
External, 110 - 240v 0.2a, 50 - 60 Hz
Regulatory
FCC part 15, IC, UL
Operating Temperature
0º C to 40º C (32ºF to 104ºF)
Storage Temperature
0ºC to 70ºC (32ºF to 158ºF)
Operating Humidity
10% to 85% non-condensing
Storage Humidity
5% to 90% non-condensing
Note: Specifications are subject to change without notice.
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Technical Support
If you need technical assistance, contact Actiontec’s Technical Support
Department through the following:
Phone (USA)
1-888-436-0657
Email
http://support.actiontec.com/email_support/support_form.php
Internet
http://www.actiontec.com/support
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