ScreenBeam Manual for E2V

ScreenBeam Manual for E2V
ScreenBeam
Wireless Display
Receiver
Firmware 2.9.x.x/9.9.x.x
User Manual
V1.0
Applicable for SKU #
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SBWD100E2V/E2X
SBWD100SMBV
SBWD950ENT
Table of Contents
Part I.
Getting Started ......................................................................................................................1
1.1.
Contents in the Box ..........................................................................................................1
1.2.
Getting to know ScreenBeam Receiver ............................................................................2
1.2.1.
SBWD100B ...........................................................................................................2
1.2.2.
SBWD950A ...........................................................................................................2
1.3.
System Requirements.......................................................................................................3
1.3.1.
Receiver Installation ............................................................................................3
1.3.2.
Compatible Devices .............................................................................................3
Part II. Installing the Receiver ...........................................................................................................4
2.1.
Connecting the Receiver to an HDTV ...............................................................................4
Part III. Setting Up for the First Time .................................................................................................6
3.1.
Connecting via Windows 8.1 ............................................................................................6
3.2.
Connecting via Windows 10 .............................................................................................9
3.3.
Connecting via Intel WiDi App .......................................................................................13
3.3.1.
Adjusting the HDTV Picture ...............................................................................16
3.3.2.
WiDi Software Version Support .........................................................................18
3.4.
Connecting via Miracast™ ..............................................................................................19
3.5.
Tips for Optimal Performance ........................................................................................19
Part IV. Display and Control Options ...............................................................................................20
4.1.
Display Mode .................................................................................................................20
4.2.
Ultra-Low Delay ..............................................................................................................21
4.2.1.
Intel WiDi ...........................................................................................................21
4.3.
USB over Network ..........................................................................................................22
4.4.
Restore to Default ..........................................................................................................22
Part V. Device Management for IT Administrator...........................................................................23
5.1.
Log into the Local Management Web Server .................................................................23
5.1.1.
When SSID Broadcast is Enabled .......................................................................23
5.1.2.
When SSID Broadcast is Disabled ......................................................................25
5.1.3.
Log Out ..............................................................................................................28
5.2.
Changing Local Management Console’s Display Language ............................................29
5.3.
Configuring the Receiver ................................................................................................30
5.3.1.
Renaming the Receiver ......................................................................................30
5.3.2.
Changing the Login Username and Password ...................................................30
5.3.3.
Changing the Receiver’s Display Language ........................................................31
5.3.4.
Modifying the Receiver’s Host Name ................................................................32
5.3.5.
Setting up PIN Pairing Method ..........................................................................33
5.3.6.
Managing HDMI/VGA Port Output ....................................................................34
5.3.7.
Setting up HDCP Encryption ..............................................................................35
5.3.8.
Setting up the VGA Compatibility Mode............................................................36
5.3.9.
Setting up USB Local Access ..............................................................................37
5.3.10.
Adjusting TV Screen Size ....................................................................................38
5.3.11.
Setting up Output Aspect Ratio .........................................................................38
5.3.12.
Setting up One Touch Play (HDMI-CEC) .............................................................39
5.3.13.
Updating the Receiver’s Background Image ......................................................40
5.3.14.
Updating the Receiver’s Screensaver Image......................................................41
5.3.15.
Setting up Network Information Display on TV Screen .....................................43
5.3.16.
Modifying the Receiver’s Wireless Network Name (SSID).................................43
5.3.17.
Setting up Broadcast Network Name ................................................................44
5.3.18.
Setting up Wireless Connection Properties .......................................................45
5.3.19.
Setting up the Receiver’s IP Address .................................................................46
5.3.20.
Specifying a DNS Server for the Receiver ..........................................................47
5.3.21.
Specifying the ScreenBeam CMS for the Receiver.............................................48
5.3.22.
Rebooting the Receiver .....................................................................................49
5.3.23.
Resetting the Receiver to Default ......................................................................49
5.4.
Updating Firmware for the Receiver ..............................................................................50
Appendix I.
Troubleshooting and FAQs .........................................................................................53
Troubleshooting ..........................................................................................................................53
FAQs ............................................................................................................................................55
Appendix II. Specifications (Model: SBWD100B) ...........................................................................61
Appendix III. Specifications (Model: SBWD950A) ...........................................................................63
Appendix IV. Notices .......................................................................................................................65
Warranty .....................................................................................................................................65
GPL Info .......................................................................................................................................65
EU CE Declaration of Conformity ................................................................................................65
Technical Support ........................................................................................................................66
Part I. Getting Started
Thank you for your purchase of Actiontec’s ScreenBeam Wireless Display Receiver
(hereinafter refer to as “ScreenBeam”).
ScreenBeam lets you wirelessly stream what’s on your Intel WiDi or Wi-Fi Certified
Miracast™ compatible device to your HDTV, including movies, videos, photos, music, and
more. The receiver frees your eyes from a tiny screen.
The receiver boasts some great features, including fast connect, enhanced security and IT
manageability, smooth video playback, 1080p full HD support, ultra-low delay, Windows
8.1/10 optimization, versatile compatibility, low power consumption, and more.
With ScreenBeam, it's easy to supplement traditional lectures with rich, engaging
multimedia like videos, apps, educational programming, and 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.
For optimal wireless display experience, we strongly recommend you update your receiver
to the latest firmware. Check firmware update now on actiontec.com/sbupdate.
1.1. Contents in the Box
Contents in the Receiver’s package are listed below:
ScreenBeam Wireless Display Receiver
HDMI® Cable
AC Power Adapter
HDMI-to-VGA Adapter & 3.5mm audio cable*
Installation Guide
* Note: Only for SKU # SBWD100E2V and SBWD100SMBV
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1.2. Getting to know ScreenBeam Receiver
1.2.1. SBWD100B
USB Port
LED Indicator
Video Output
Port
Reset Button
Power Input
LED Indicator, indicating power supply status
USB Port, for configuring CMS connection data, firmware update, and USB over network
control (UIBC/UoIP)
Reset Button, for resetting the device to default
Video Out Port (HDMI), for connecting to HDTV/projector for video and audio output
Power Input Port, for power supply
1.2.2. SBWD950A
ETHERNET, for connecting to ScreenBeam Central Management System via Ethernet
for receiver management
HDMI OUT, for connecting to HDTV/projector with an HDMI port for video and audio
output
POWER, for power supply
RESET, for resetting the device to defaults
LED Indicator, indicating power supply status
USB, for firmware update and USB over network control (UIBC/UoIP)
VGA-OUT, for connecting to an HDTV/projector with a VGA port for video output
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VGA-IN, VGA input for VGA bypass
1.3. System Requirements
System requirements for the receiver are shown below:
1.3.1. Receiver Installation
To install the Receiver, you must have the following items:
A display device with one HDMI port (Type A) or one VGA port
An available power outlet
1.3.2. Compatible Devices
The Receiver is compatible with the following devices:
Laptop or notebook with Intel WiDi 4 or higher
Wi-Fi Certified Miracast™ smartphones and tablets with Windows 8.1+ or Android 4.2+
Non WiDi / Miracast ready laptops and PCs with Actiontec USB Transmitter (Windows 7
or higher)
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Part II. Installing the Receiver
This chapter explains how to connect the Receiver to an HDTV. Make sure you have all the
contents from the Receiver’s package available before starting.
2.1. Connecting the Receiver to an HDTV
It is quite easy and fast to set up the Receiver. You can complete the connection in just one
minute.
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 HDMI cable into the HDMI port (“Video Out” or “HDMI-OUT”) on the
Receiver, and the other end into an available HDMI port on the HDTV.
3. Plug the connector of the power cord to the Receiver’s power input port labeled "5V DC"
or “POWER”, and plug the power adapter to a power outlet.
When Steps 1, 2, and 3 are complete, the hardware should be connected as shown in
the figure below:
4.
5.
Turn on the HDTV and set it to display the input from the correct HDMI port (the one you
have plugged into in Step 2).
Verify that the “Ready to connect” screen appears on the HDTV.
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The Receiver is connected to the HDTV, and it is ready for use.
Note: Connections to other display devices are similar.
6.
(Optional) VGA bypass connection is shown below:
Note: The VGA bypass connection is for model #SBWD950A only.
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Part III.
Setting Up for the First
Time
This chapter explains how to connect ScreenBeam Pro EDU-2 for the first time to the source
device. There are three source device options: Intel WiDi, Windows 8.1, Windows 10, and
Miracast™.
For Windows 8.1 devices, please proceed to Section “Connecting via Windows 8.1”;
For Windows 10 devices, please proceed to Section “Connecting via Windows 10”;
For Windows 7/8 devices, please proceed to Section “Connecting via Intel WiDi App”;
For Android devices, please proceed to Section “Connecting via Miracast™”.
3.1. Connecting via Windows 8.1
This section explains how to connect a device running Windows 8.1 to ScreenBeam Pro
EDU-2.
1. From the Windows desktop, go to the Charms menu and select Devices to open the
Devices menu. You can also use the shortcut keys, Windows logo + K.
2.
From the Devices menu, click Project.
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3.
From the Project menu, select Add a wireless display. Windows will search for
available devices.
Note: If you are running Windows 8.1 and the screens above do not appear, go to
http://www.actiontec.com/widi81 for the latest software update. Or, you can update your
Windows 8.1 via the Windows Update application.
4.
Select your receiver from the device list.
5.
A PIN entry box is displayed on the screen of your Windows 8.1 device. Type the PIN
provided by your network administrator in the PIN entry box and click Next to continue.
Note:
By default, the security PIN is “12345670”, if no PIN is displayed on the
connected display device. You should obtain the security PIN from your network
administrator.
If a PIN is displayed on the connected display device, you should type this PIN in
the PIN entry box.
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6.
The HDTV displays messages to show the status of the connection.
7.
The device has connected to the Receiver. And the device’s screen is displayed on the
HDTV.
3.2. Connecting via Windows 10
This section explains how to connect a device running Windows 10 to ScreenBeam Pro.
1.
+ K, on your keyboard to display the wireless
Press the shortcut keys, Windows logo
display receiver list.
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Note: There are other ways to open the wireless display receiver list:
Click the Start button, and then select Settings > Devices > Connected devices >
Add a device to open the wireless display receiver list.
Click the Notification icon on the task bar or press the shortcut keys, Windows logo
+ A, to open the Action Center, and then select Connect to open the wireless
display receiver list.
Press the shortcut keys, Windows logo
+ P, to open the Project menu, and
then select Connect to a wireless display to open the wireless display receiver
list.
Select your receiver from the device list.
2.
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3.
A PIN entry box is displayed on the screen of your Windows 10 device. Type the PIN
provided by your network administrator in the PIN entry box and click Connect to
continue.
Note:
By default, the security PIN is “12345670”, if no PIN is displayed on the connected
display device. You should obtain the security PIN from your network administrator.
If a PIN is displayed on the connected display device, you should type this PIN in
the PIN entry box.
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4.
The HDTV displays messages to show the status of the connection.
5.
The device has connected to the Receiver. And the device’s screen is displayed on the
HDTV.
3.3. Connecting via Intel WiDi App
This section explains how to connect a device running Intel's WiDi application to
ScreenBeam Pro EDU-2.
Follow the procedure below to connect your device to the Receiver:
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 Intel WiDi application scans for available receivers automatically. Select your
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receiver and click Connect. (The “Connect Automatically” checkbox is optional.)
3.
Note: If your receiver is not found, you can click the Scan button to scan again.
A PIN entry box is displayed on the screen of the WiDi device. Type the PIN provided by
your network administrator in the PIN entry box on the WiDi device, and then click
Continue.
Note:
By default, the security PIN is “12345670”, if no PIN is displayed on the
connected display device. You should obtain the security PIN from your network
administrator.
If a PIN is displayed on the connected display device, you should type this PIN in
the PIN entry box.
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4.
The HDTV displays messages to show the status of the connection.
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5.
A "Connection Successful" screen appears on the device's screen. Click Finished,
and the device’s screen is displayed on the HDTV.
3.3.1. Adjusting the HDTV Picture
If edges of the device screen cannot be seen on the HDTV or you can see black edges, you
can adjust the cropping settings.
Follow the steps below to adjust cropping:
1. Go to the Intel WiDi application and click the Settings button to open the Settings page.
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2.
Go to the "Picture and Sound" section, and select “Adjust cropping”.
3.
Adjust the HDTV picture by clicking “+” (plus) or “-” (minus).
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3.3.2. 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, launch the Intel WiDi
application and click the Help button, and then navigate to the "About Intel® WiDi" section.
To obtain the latest Intel WiDi software and drivers, go to:
http://www.intel.com/go/wirelessdisplayupdate; or directly click the Check Intel® WiDi
website for updates link on the page.
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3.4. Connecting via Miracast™
This section explains how to connect a Miracast™-enabled Android device, such as a
smartphone, a tablet, or a game console, to the ScreenBeam Pro EDU-2. For the best
performance, the Miracast™ device should be running the latest software.
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 user manual for more details.
2.
The Wireless Display application scans for available devices. Select the receiver from
the device list. You may be required to enter a PIN code.
Note:
By default, the security PIN is “12345670”, if no PIN is displayed on the
connected display device. You should obtain the security PIN from your network
administrator.
If a PIN is displayed on the connected display device, you should type this PIN in
the PIN entry box.
3.
Type the PIN in the PIN entry box and tap Connect to continue.
4.
Wait for the device to pair with and connect to your receiver. When it does, the device's
screen will be displayed on the HDTV.
3.5. Tips for Optimal Performance
For optimal performance, you can try these tips:
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Keep the Receiver within line-of-sight of the source device. Doing this will help ensure
the Receiver receives the best possible signal.
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The Receiver's optimal wireless range is within 30 feet from the source device. However,
actual range and effectiveness depends on many factors, including other sources of
interference and the building materials used in the surrounding structure.
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Avoid placing the receiver near wireless interference sources, such as electric fans,
items with motors, microwave ovens, cordless phones.
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Part IV. Display and Control
Options
This chapter describes the display modes and control options that are supported by the
Receiver.
4.1. Display Mode
The Receiver supports three display modes when connected with a compatible wireless
display application (Intel WiDi or Windows 8.1 Project, for example).
In Windows, press the Windows logo + P keys simultaneously (
options and select the desired display mode from the options.
+ P) to launch the display
Duplicate
The Duplicate mode is used to display the same content on both the device's screen and
the HDTV simultaneously.
Note: There may be minor delay between the content displayed on the HDTV screen
compared to the 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
HDTV. When in the Extend mode, dragging windows to the right side of the device's screen
displays those windows on the HDTV, while dragging windows to the left of the HDTV screen
displays them back on the device's screen. This mode allows users to display selected
content on the HDTV, while all other windows remain on the device's screen. When this mode
is first selected, the HDTV displays only the Windows desktop.
Second Screen Only
The Second Screen Only mode causes the HDTV to be the only display for the device.
You’ll see everything on the connected screen, and your device’s screen will be blank.
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4.2. Ultra-Low Delay
The Receiver also supports ultra-low delay, which helps reduce end-to-end wireless display
latency. Real-time applications, such as games, can run without noticeable delay when the
Ultra-Low Delay mode is enabled on supported devices.
4.2.1. Intel WiDi
You can activate Ultra-Low Delay on a device running Intel WiDi 3.5 or higher. Follow the
steps below to switch to ultra-low delay mode:
1. Launch the Intel WiDi application, connect to the receiver you are using, and then click
the Settings button.
2.
On the "Settings" screen, select Current Display Settings.
3.
Select Prioritize Speed in the "Quality vs. Speed" section and click the Apply Settings
button. Refer to Intel's support documentation for more information.
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4.3. USB over Network
The Receiver’s USB over Network (UoIP) feature allows the use of USB HID peripheral
devices, either from the source device or from the USB device side. To connect a USB
keyboard, mouse, or trackpad:
1. Log into the receiver’s local web management console, and set the UoIP or UIBC feature
to Enable. Refer to Section 5.3.9. Setting up USB Local Access for details.
2. Plug the device into the Receiver’s USB port and wait for the device to be detected. This
may take 10-15 seconds.
3. Use the USB keyboard, mouse, or trackpad to control the source device.
Note: UoIP is compatible with Intel WiDi only.
4.4. Restore to Default
To restore the Receiver's default factory settings:
1. Power on the Receiver, and wait until the "Ready to Connect" screen appears.
2. Hold down the Receiver's "Reset" button with a pin.
3. When the "Reset to Default" screen appears on the HDTV, release the "Reset" button.
The Receiver reboots, and it will be running with its default settings.
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Part V. Device Management for IT
Administrator
ScreenBeam Pro EDU-2 provides a local management web server to manage the device.
With the web server, IT administrators can configure the receiver easily.
5.1. Log into the Local Management Web Server
There are two situations: when the receiver’s wireless network SSID broadcast is enabled
and when it is disabled. Refer to Section 5.3.17. Setting up Broadcast Network Name for
detail about disabling/enabling the receiver’s wireless network SSID broadcast.
5.1.1. When SSID Broadcast is Enabled
Follow the procedure below to log into the local management web server:
1. Connect to the receiver’s SSID from a wireless-enabled laptop (or other devices with WiFi access ability and a web browser). You can find the receiver’s SSID in the lower left
corner of the Ready to connect screen.
2. Click the Wi-Fi network icon on the taskbar of your device, and find the receiver’s wireless
SSID. Click the Connect button.
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3. The Connect to a Network window appears. Type the network security key in the
Security key box and click OK to continue.
Note: By default, the network security key is “12345678”.
4. A URL (it is “http://192.168.51.1” in this example) is displayed on the connected display.
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Note: This link will be displayed in full screen for a few seconds, and then it is displayed in
the lower left corner.
5. Access the URL address ("http://192.168.51.1" in this example) with a web browser on
the laptop.
6. The web server login interface appears. Type the username and password in the
Username and Password boxes and click the Login button.
Note:
By default, the Username is “Administrator” and Password is “Actiontec”.
The username and password are case sensitive.
5.1.2. When SSID Broadcast is Disabled
Follow the procedure below to log into the local management web server:
1. Connect to the receiver’s SSID from a wireless-enabled laptop (or other devices with WiFi access ability and a web browser). You can find the receiver’s SSID in the lower left
corner of the Ready to connect screen.
2. Right-click the Wi-Fi network icon on the taskbar and select Open Network and Sharing
Center.
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3. The Network and Sharing Center window appears. Click Set up a new connection or
network.
4. The Set up a new connection or network window appears. Choose the Manually
connect to a wireless network option.
5. The Manually connect to a wireless network window appears. Type in or select the
following information.
Network name: The SSID of the ScreenBeam Pro EDU-2 receiver you wish to connect
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to.
Security type: WPA2 Personal
Encryption type: AES
Security key: 12345678 (default)
6. Check Connect even if the network is not broadcasting. Click Next.
7. You have added the receiver’s SSID successfully. Click Close.
8. Your device will connect to the SSID automatically if you have selected “Start this
connection automatically”. Otherwise, go to the Networks page and connect to the
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SSID.
9. A URL (it is “http://192.168.51.1” in this example) is displayed on the connected display.
Note: This link will be displayed in full screen for a few seconds, and then it is displayed in
the lower left corner.
10. Access the URL address ("http://192.168.51.1" in this example) with a web browser on
the laptop.
11. The web server login interface appears. Type the username and password in the
Username and Password boxes and click the Login button.
Note:
By default, the Username is “Administrator” and Password is “Actiontec”.
The username and password are case sensitive.
5.1.3. Log Out
1. Go to the Logout tab page by clicking the Logout tab.
2. Click the “Yes” button to log out.
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3. You will log out from the local management web page immediately.
5.2. Changing Local Management Console’s Display
Language
Before you log into the local management console, you can change the console’s display
language. Follow the procedure below:
1. Open the local management console’s login page. Refer to Section 5.1. Log into the
Local Management Web Server for details.
2.
On the upper right corner of the screen, select your language. Available languages are
English, Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese, Japanese, French, German, Dutch,
Korean, Spanish, Italian, and Russian.
3. The display language changes immediately.
Note: This setting changes the webpage’s display language only.
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5.3. Configuring the Receiver
After you have logged into the web server, you can configure ScreenBeam Pro EDU-2 on
the webpage.
5.3.1. Renaming the Receiver
Follow the procedure below to rename your receiver:
1. Go to the Device Configuration tab page by clicking the Device Configuration tab.
2. Go to the Device Name Access line and set the Device Name Access to Enable.
3. Type a new name in the Device Name box.
Note: Apostrophe (`), dash (-), quotation mark ("), and backslash (\) are not allowed.
4. Click the Apply button, and then click OK on the pop-up message box to confirm.
Note: New settings take effect immediately.
5.3.2. Changing the Login Username and Password
Follow the procedure below to modify the username and password for user login:
1. Go to the Device Configuration tab page by clicking the Device Configuration tab.
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2. Go to the Administrator Username and Administrator Password lines, and type the
new username and password in the Administrator Username and Administrator
Password boxes, respectively.
3. Click the Apply button, and then click OK on the pop-up message box to confirm.
5.3.3. Changing the Receiver’s Display Language
Follow the procedure below to set up the receiver’s display language:
1. Go to the Device Configuration tab page by clicking the Device Configuration tab.
2. Go to the Display Language line, and choose a desired language from the Display
Language drop-down box.
Currently available languages are Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese, Dutch,
English, French, German, Japanese, Korean, and Spanish.
Note: This will change the language display on the TV screen, but not that on the
configuration webpage.
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3. Click the Apply button, and then click OK on the pop-up message box to confirm.
5.3.4. Modifying the Receiver’s Host Name
Follow the procedure below to modify your receiver’s host name:
1. Go to the Device Configuration tab page by clicking the Device Configuration tab.
2. Go to the Host name line, and type a new host name in the Host name box.
3. Click the Apply button, and then click OK on the pop-up message box to confirm.
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Note: The receiver’s new host name takes effect after the reboot.
5.3.5. Setting up PIN Pairing Method
Follow the procedure below to set up PIN pairing method:
1. Go to the Features tab page by clicking the Features tab.
2. Go to the PIN setup section, and set the Force PIN Pairing feature to On or Off.
Select "Off" to disable the PIN enforcement function. PIN or PBC pairing is used
when connecting your device to the receiver for the first time.
Select "On" to enable the PIN enforcement function. In this case, you must enter a
PIN code on the device connecting to the receiver every time or the first time.
Note: Some wireless display source device may not support PIN entry and may not
be able to connect with the ScreenBeam receiver if this mode is enabled. Refer to
the device’s user manual for detail about enabling the PIN connection.
3. Select a PIN pairing method.
Every time: You are required to provide the PIN every time you connect your device
to the receiver.
the 1st time: You are required to provide the PIN the first time you connect your
device to the receiver.
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4. Select a PIN generation method.
When the Force PIN Pairing feature is enabled, the system provides two PIN generation
methods: Static and Random.
Static: Users can define seven (7) digits, and then the system generates an eight
(8) digit PIN with that seven digits included. By default, the PIN is 12345670.
Enter seven (7) digits in the Static PIN box, and the system generates the eighth
(8th) digit. This PIN will not be displayed on the connected display.
Random: A PIN code is generated randomly by the system and displayed on the
connected HDTV/projector.
5. Click the Apply button, and then click OK on the pop-up message box to confirm.
5.3.6. Managing HDMI/VGA Port Output
Follow the procedure below to set up HDMI/VGA port output:
1. Go to the Features tab page by clicking the Features tab.
2. Go to the HDMI Port Power management line, and select a desired option in the HDMI
Port Power management drop-down box. There are three options: Always On,
Screensaver, and Display Off.
By default, it is set to Display Off. The receiver’s output will be turn off after the defined
wait time is up.
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Always On: Selecting this option, the HDMI output is always on.
Screensaver: Selecting this option, the system will run the screensaver after the defined
idle time expires. Users can define the idle time (5-9999 seconds) in the Wait time box.
HDMI Off: Selecting this option, the HDMI/VGA output will be turned off after the defined
idle time expires. Users can define the idle time (5-9999 seconds) in the wait time box.
3. Click the Apply button, and then click OK on the pop-up message box to confirm.
5.3.7. Setting up HDCP Encryption
Follow the procedure below to set up HDCP encryption:
1. Go to the Features tab page by clicking the Features tab.
2. Go to the HDCP Encryption line, and select an option from the HDCP Encryption box.
There are three options available: Enable, Disable, and Demo Mode.
Enable: This option is default. HDCP encryption is enabled to protect HDCP
protected media.
Disable: Disabling the HDCP Encryption function will improve connection speed
and compatibility. However, you can not play HDCP protected media.
Demo Mode: Reserved.
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3. Click the Apply button, and then click OK on the pop-up message box to confirm.
Note: The receiver’s new HDCP encryption mode takes effect after the reboot.
5.3.8. Setting up the VGA Compatibility Mode
Follow the procedure below to select a VGA compatibility mode:
1. Go to the Features tab page by clicking the Features tab.
2. Go to the VGA Compatibility Mode line, and select the desired option in the VGA
Compatibility Mode box. There are three options: Disable, 1080, 720, and 480.
Disable: The video output is in consistence with the source device.
1080: The video output is set to 1080p or 1080i, depending on the display device.
720: The video output is set to 720p or 720i, depending on the display device.
480: The video output is set to 480p or 480i, depending on the display device.
Note: The VGA compatibility mode is not available when HDMI-CEC is enabled.
3. Click the Apply button, and then click OK on the pop-up message box to confirm.
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5.3.9. Setting up USB Local Access
A USB port is provided on the ScreenBeam Pro wireless display receiver for multi-purpose
uses. You can set up the USB port in the local management page.
Follow the procedure below to set up the USB port:
1. Go to the Features tab page by clicking the Features tab.
2.
Configure the USB Local Access feature according to practical requirements.
There are three options: Disable, and Enable.
Disable: Select "Disable" to disable the USB port on the receiver.
Enable: Select "Enable" to allow full functions of the USB port. In this case, users not
only can upgrade the receiver, but also can control the source device by connecting a
keyboard/mouse to the receiver via the USB port (with the User Input Back Channel
(UIBC) or USB over IP (UoIP) function enabled).
UIBC: The connected keyboard/mouse does not support combo keys or mouse
right-click.
Note: Working with a Windows 10 source device, combo keys and mouse rightclick are also supported.
UoIP: The connected keyboard/mouse supports full functions.
Note: UoIP is compatible with Intel WiDi only.
Click the Apply button, and then click OK on the pop-up message box to confirm.
3.
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5.3.10. Adjusting TV Screen Size
Follow the procedure below to adjust the size of your TV screen:
1. Go to the Features tab page by clicking the Features tab.
2. Go to the TV Screen Size (Overscan Settings) line, and select the desired option in the
TV Screen Size (Overscan Settings) drop-down box.
The value for TV screen size ranges from 0 to 25. The larger the value is, the bigger
the screen will be.
Allow source device to override overscan value: When this option is enabled
(checked), the overscan value is in consistence with the setting on the source device.
Otherwise, the overscan value is in consistence with the setting on the receiver.
3. Click the Apply button, and then click OK on the pop-up message box to confirm.
5.3.11. Setting up Output Aspect Ratio
If the output does not fit your display screen due to wrong aspect ratio, you can try selecting
a proper aspect ratio for your display screen.
Follow the procedure below to adjust the aspect ratio for your TV screen:
1. Go to the Features tab page by clicking the Features tab.
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2. Go to the Aspect Ratio line, and select a proper option in the Aspect Ratio drop-down
box.
In case of selecting the 4:3 option, you can also fine tune the horizontal and vertical offsets.
3. Click the Apply button, and then click OK on the pop-up message box to confirm.
5.3.12. Setting up One Touch Play (HDMI-CEC)
Follow the procedure below to set up the One Touch Play (HDMI-CEC) function:
1. Go to the Features tab page by clicking the Features tab.
2. Go to the One Touch Play (HDMI-CEC) line, and set the One Touch Play (HDMI-CEC)
feature to On or Off.
There are two options: On, and Off. After this function is enabled, the receiver can wake up
the connected display device and the display device will switch to the source that the receiver
connects to.
The display device will be waked up in one of the following conditions:
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a. when the receiver is powered on;
b. when a connection to the receiver is established; and
c. when a power-on receiver is connected to the display device.
Note: The display device must support HDMI-CEC, and this function is enabled.
3. Click the Apply button, and then click OK on the pop-up message box to confirm.
5.3.13. Updating the Receiver’s Background Image
Follow the procedure below to update the receiver’s background:
1. Go to the Features tab page by clicking the Features tab.
2. Go to the Background Image line, and click the Browse button next to the Background
Image box.
3. The Choose File to Upload window appears. Select an image for the background and
click the Open button to confirm.
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Note:
The images must be in .png and .jpeg/.jpg formats.
The file size must not exceed 2.5 MB.
The best image size is 1280*720 pixels (width x height).
4. Click the Apply button to upload the background image to the receiver.
5. A confirmation message appears. Click OK to continue.
6. After a while, the background image will be updated. You can check it on the connected
display.
5.3.14. Updating the Receiver’s Screensaver Image
Follow the procedure below to update the receiver’s screensaver:
1. Go to the Features tab page by clicking the Features tab.
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2. Go to the Screen Saver Image line, and click the Browse button next to the Screen
Saver Image box.
3. The Choose File to Upload window appears. Select an image for the screensaver and
click the Open button to confirm.
Note:
The image must be in .png format.
The file size must not exceed 200 KB.
The best image size is 300*60 pixels.
4. Click the Apply button to upload the screensaver image to the receiver.
5. A confirmation message appears. Click OK to continue.
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6. After a while, the screensaver image will be updated. You can check it on the connected
display when the screensaver is running.
5.3.15. Setting up Network Information Display on TV Screen
Follow the procedure below to set up the receiver’s network information display:
1. Go to the Local Management tab page by clicking the Local Management tab.
2.
To enable/disable the Show network information on TV screen feature, go to the
Show network information on TV screen line, and set the feature to Enable or
Disable. By default, this feature is disabled, that is network information is not displayed.
Note: By default, the receiver’s network information is not displayed.
3. Click the Apply button, and then click OK on the pop-up message box to confirm.
5.3.16. Modifying the Receiver’s Wireless Network Name (SSID)
Follow the procedure below to modify the receiver’s SSID:
1. Go to the Local Management tab page by clicking the Local Management tab.
2.
Go to the Network Name (SSID) and Network Password section, and type a new name
in the Network Name (SSID) box and a new password in Network Password box.
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3.
Click the Apply button, and then click OK on the pop-up message box to confirm.
4.
The receiver reboots, and the new SSID takes effect after the reboot.
5.3.17. Setting up Broadcast Network Name
Follow the procedure below to set up Broadcast Network Name:
1. Go to the Local Management tab page by clicking the Local Management tab.
2.
To enable/disable the Broadcast Network Name feature, go to the Wireless Local
Management Interface Settings section, and set the Broadcast Network Name
feature to Enable/Disable.
Note: By default, the receiver’s network name (SSID) is not broadcasted. In this situation you
can connect to the SSID manually. Refer to Section 5.1.2. When SSID Broadcast is
Disabled for detail.
3. Click the Apply button, and then click OK on the pop-up message box to confirm.
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4.
The receiver reboots, and the new setting takes effect after the reboot.
5.3.18. Setting up Wireless Connection Properties
The receiver can wirelessly connect to your network through the ScreenBeam CMS WLAN
Adapter. We need to set up the wireless connection parameters before starting the
connection.
Follow the procedure below to set up the receiver’s wireless connection properties:
1. Go to the Remote Management tab page by clicking the Remote Management tab.
2.
Go to the Wireless Connection Property Settings section, and configure the
parameters according to specific requirements.
Network Name: The SSID of the wireless router (AP).
Security Type: Select a security type, the one you have selected on your wireless router.
Available security types are Open, Shared, WPA-PSK[TKIP], WPA2-PSK[AES], WPAPSK[TKIP]+WPA2-PSK[AES], PEAP/MSCHAPV2, and EAP-TLS.
Status: It displays the connection states.
When Shared, WPA-PSK[TKIP], WPA2-PSK[AES], or WPA-PSK[TKIP]+WPA2-PSK[AES]
is selected,
User Name: Not used.
Password: The pre-shared password for the wireless SSID.
When PEAP/MSCHAPV2 is selected,
User Name: This is for authentication through a RADIUS server. It is RADIUS account
User Name.
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Password: It is RADIUS account password.
When EAP-TLS is selected, the following items are available:
User Name: It is the User Principal Name or RADIUS Identity (if necessary).
Note: The User Name supports these characters: a-z, A-Z, 0-9, @, ., and _.
Password: It is the password of the Private Key.
System Date & Time: It is used to set date and time for the receiver. You should set the
date and time according to the validity period of the certificates.
CA Certificate: It is the root certificate. Click the Browse button to browse and add the
certificate.
User Certificate: It is the user certificate. Click the Browse button to browse and add
the certificate.
Private Key: It is the user’s private key. Click the Browse button to browse and add the
certificate.
Validity Period: It displays the effective period of the certificates.
Note:
Currently, only certificates in the “.pem” format are supported, and the certificates must
be generated using the “DER encoded binary X.509” method.
The length of the certificate file name must not exceed 64 bytes, and the file size must
be less than 100 KB.
All the three certificates are required for authentication.
You must select the right certificate file for each type of certificate.
3. Click the Connect button, and then the adapter will connect to the wireless router (AP).
Note:
Connect the CMS WLAN Adapter to your network when the receiver is in Ready to
Connect state.
The CMS WLAN Adapter may take some time to connect to your network, depending
on your network environment.
5.3.19. Setting up the Receiver’s IP Address
Follow the procedure below to set up the receiver’s IP address:
1. Go to the Remote Management tab page by clicking the Remote Management tab.
2.
Go to the TCP/IP Setting section, and set the IP Assignment to Auto or Static.
Auto: The receiver will be assigned an IP address by the DHCP server.
Static: You can define the IP address, subnet mask, and default gateway for the receiver.
If you select Static, you can define a DNS server.
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3.
Click the Apply button, and then click OK on the pop-up message box to confirm.
5.3.20. Specifying a DNS Server for the Receiver
Follow the procedure below to specify a DNS server for the receiver:
1. Go to the Remote Management tab page by clicking the Remote Management tab.
2.
Go to the TCP/IP Setting section, and set the DNS Assignment to Auto or Static.
Auto: The receiver will be assigned a DNS server automatically.
Static: You can define a DNS server for the receiver. When you select Static, you must
define a DNS server.
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3.
Click the Apply button, and then click OK on the pop-up message box to confirm.
5.3.21. Specifying the ScreenBeam CMS for the Receiver
Follow the procedure below to specify a management server for the receiver:
1. Go to the Remote Management tab page by clicking the Remote Management tab.
Go to the Central Management System Setting section, and define the CMS Host and
the CMS Port.
CMS Host: It is the IP address or the FQDN/hostname/domain name/alias name (if you
have properly configured the DNS server and the DHCP server) of the server that hosts
the ScreenBeam CMS. It supports a domain with six labels at most.
Note: We recommend using the DNS setting.
CMS Port: It is the communication port of the ScreenBeam CMS.
3.
Click the Apply button, and then click OK on the pop-up message box to confirm.
2.
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5.3.22. Rebooting the Receiver
Follow the procedure below to reboot the receiver:
1. Go to the Maintenance tab page by clicking the Maintenance tab.
2. Click the Yes button next to “Reboot Receiver”.
3. Click OK on the pop-up message box to confirm.
5.3.23. Resetting the Receiver to Default
Follow the procedure below to reset the receiver:
1. Go to the Maintenance tab page by clicking the Maintenance tab.
2. Click the Yes button next to “Reset Settings to Factory”.
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3. Click OK on the pop-up message box to confirm.
4. The receiver reboots, and the receiver is reset to factory defaults after the reboot.
Note: All settings will be reset to defaults.
5.4. Updating Firmware for the Receiver
Users can wirelessly upgrade firmware for the receiver through the local web management
console. Follow the procedure below to upgrade your receiver:
1. Download the latest firmware from Actiontec’s website:
http://www.actiontec.com/sbupdate
Note: You should disconnect from the receiver’s SSID and connect to a router’s SSID
before downloading firmware.
2. Log into ScreenBeam Pro’s web server, and go to the Firmware Upgrade tab page by
clicking the Firmware Upgrade tab.
On the Firmware Upgrade tab page, you can check the current firmware version in the
Firmware Version section.
Note: You can update the receiver’s firmware to a higher version only.
3. Click the Browse button to display the Choose File to Upload dialog box.
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4. Select the firmware file (“install.img”) and click the “Open” button to continue.
5. Click the Apply button, and then click OK on the pop-up message box to continue.
6. The web server starts transferring the firmware file to the receiver.
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7. The receiver reboots and upgrades itself after the file is uploaded successfully. Firmware
upgrade status is displayed on the connected display.
8. When the receiver returns to the Ready to connect Screen, your receiver has been
upgraded.
Warning! Do NOT power off your receiver during the upgrade process. The upgrade
will take some time. Please be patient.
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Appendix I. Troubleshooting and
FAQs
This chapter describes some problems you may encounter using ScreenBeam Pro EDU-2,
and possible solutions to those problems. Also included are frequently asked questions
(FAQs), and answers to those questions.
Troubleshooting
I tried to access the URL (http://192.168.51.1), but failed. Why?
Connect to the receiver’s SSID, and then access the URL again.
I'm not seeing anything on my HDTV screen after powering on the Receiver.
Check the cable connections and make sure the TV Input setting is the same as the HDMI
port to which the Receiver is connected.
After upgrading from Windows 8 to Windows 8.1, I can no longer connect to
ScreenBeam Pro EDU-2 receiver or I'm having problems with my connection.
Make sure you've followed Intel's instructions after the upgrade. Refer to Intel's WiDi website
(Shortcut URL: http://www.actiontec.com/widi81) for more information.
Intel WiDi does not work after upgrading to Windows 8.1 and I can't connect to
ScreenBeam Pro EDU-2.
Windows 8.1 provides native Miracast feature. Previous Intel WiDi systems upgraded to
Windows 8.1 must use the Project feature. To connect with ScreenBeam Pro EDU-2: Go to
Charms > Devices > Project > Add a wireless display > Connect to ScreenBeam Pro
EDU-2 receiver.
In some instances, I can't connect to the Receiver from WiDi after installing antivirus
software.
This is also a known issue with Intel WiDi. To solve the problem, add Intel WiDi to the
antivirus-approved whitelist of applications, and then reconnect.
I'm seeing artifacts and experiencing a choppy, juddering video stream.
In noisy Wi-Fi environments, audio and video freezes may be observed while playing video
content, and longer than expected latency may occur when streaming. To ensure you have
an optimal Wi-Fi environment:
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•
Disconnect and reconnect the Receiver.
If the source device is connected to a wireless router, restart the router, or change the
wireless channel on your wireless router/AP. Refer to the wireless router’s user manual
for more information.
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I'm seeing choppiness and brief pauses while watching Internet video on my
Miracast™ device.
Wireless interference may cause Internet video playback to be choppy. If this occurs, try the
following:
•
Disconnect the device from the Receiver. Make sure the Internet connection is good and
that the video playing on the phone is smooth.
•
Clear the YouTube cache and try playing the video again.
I'm seeing choppiness and brief pauses while watching local video on my Miracast™
device.
Wireless interference may cause the video playback to be choppy. If this occurs, try the
following:
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•
•
•
•
Make sure you are in the same room as the Receiver is.
Set the media player to use the H/W decoder, if available.
Reboot the Miracast™ device and Receiver and connect again.
Avoid moving the Miracast™ device around too much.
Change the wireless channel on your wireless router/access point, or on your receiver.
My Windows 8.1 displays to the TV but the four edges are cut off (overscan).
This is expected with some system's supported display resolution. You can adjust Windows
screen resolution settings to fit the PC's screen on your TV display.
When I connect to an access point or wireless router with an active WiDi session, the
WiDi connection drops.
This is a known issue with Intel WiDi. It happens with either 3.5.41.0 or 4.0.1.8 on both
Windows 7 or 8. Re-connect the WiDi session or connect to the AP first before starting a
WiDi session.
I encounter connection failure with ScreenBeam Pro EDU-2 and my device can’t
connect to it any more.
Reboot the ScreenBeam Pro EDU-2 and try connection again. Or, reboot your device
(laptop/Ultrabook/tablet/smartphone) and try connection again.
Reboot both the ScreenBeam Pro EDU-2 and your device and try connection again.
If you are using a Windows 8.1 operating system, go to Change PC settings > PC and
Devices > Devices > Projectors, remove the profile of the ScreenBeam Pro EDU-2
from your device (PC/laptop/Ultrabook), and try connection again.
I can’t connect to the Receiver with ScreenBeam Configuration Utility on my device.
The Utility can’t find the Receiver.
ScreenBeam Pro EDU-2 is not compatible with ScreenBeam Configuration Utility. To
configure or upgrade the receiver, you should use the ScreenBeam local management web
server or Central Management System.
When I connect the source device to a wireless network (router/AP), why ScreenBeam
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Pro EDU-2 disconnects automatically?
The source device’s communication channel has changed when you connect your device to
a wireless network (router/AP) in the situation that the source device is connected to
ScreenBeam Pro EDU-2. As a result, ScreenBeam Pro disconnects from the source device.
The solution is that you should connect your device to the wireless network before connecting
it to ScreenBeam Pro EDU-2. In this way, ScreenBeam Pro EDU-2 works on the same
channel with the source device and the wireless network, and no connection interruption will
occur.
FAQs
How do I configure the settings for the Receiver?
All changes to the Receiver settings are done through the web management console. To
access:
1. Wirelessly connect a PC/laptop to the ScreenBeam Pro EDU-2’s network. By
default, this network is named “Actiontec-SBWD-xxxxxx” where “xxxxxx” refers to
the last six characters of the device ID, found on both the Ready to connect
screen and on the label on the bottom of the Receiver. The default network security
key is “12345678.”
2. Enter the URL address displayed on the Ready to connect screen in the Address
bar of a web browser on the PC/laptop. The default URL is http://192.168.51.1.
3. Enter the username and password in the appropriate text boxes. “Administrator”
and “Actiontec” are the default username and password, respectively.
Can I view protected content if ScreenBeam Pro EDU-2 receiver is connected HDMIto-VGA adapter?
No. The HDMI-to-VGA adapter does not support playback of protected content such as
blue-ray.
Can my device connect to ScreenBeam Pro EDU-2?
To connect to ScreenBeam Pro EDU-2, your device must be Intel WiDi compatible or Wi-Fi
Miracast-capable.
For a system to support Intel WiDi 3.5 (or later), it should have most if not all Intel chipsets
(Processor, Graphic Card, and Wireless chipset). Here are some tips on the types of PC
system that can support Intel WiDi.
If your system is an Ultrabook (4th Gen Intel Core processor), it's most likely to support
and have Intel WiDi 4.x preinstalled.
If your system is an Ultrabook (3rd Gen Intel Core processor or older), it should have the
required chipsets to support Intel WiDi. Update your drivers and download the Intel WiDi
software at: http://www.intel.com/go/wirelessdisplayupdate.
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If your system is a Laptop or a Notebook, it may support Intel WiDi if it meets the following
Processor, Graphics, and Wireless chipset requirements:
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•
•
•
Processor. One of the following processors is required:
2nd generation Intel Core i3/i5/i7 Mobile Processor
3rd Generation Intel Core i3/i5/i7 Mobile and Desktop Processor
4th Generation Intel Core i3/i5/i7 Mobile and Desktop Processor
Intel Pentium N3510 Processor
Intel Celeron N2805 Processor
Intel Celeron N2810 Processor
Intel Celeron N2910 Processor
Intel Atom Z3740 Processor
Intel Atom Z3740D Processor
Intel Atom Z3770 Processor
Intel Atom Z3770D Processor
Graphics. One of the following graphics solutions is required:
Intel Iris Pro Graphics 5200
Intel Iris Graphics 5100
Intel HD Graphics 5000
Intel HD Graphics 4600
Intel HD Graphics 4400
Intel HD Graphics 4200
Intel HD Graphics 4000
Intel HD Graphics 3000 (mobile)
Intel HD Graphics 2500
Intel HD Graphics 2000 (mobile)
Wireless Adapter. One of the following wireless adapters is required:
Intel Centrino Wireless-N 1000, 1030, 2200, or 2230
Intel Centrino Wireless-N 2200 for Desktop
Intel Centrino Advanced-N 6200, 6205, 6230, or 6235
Intel Centrino Advanced-N 6205 for Desktop
Intel Centrino Wireless-N + WiMAX 6150
Intel Centrino Advanced-N + WiMAX 6250
Intel Centrino Ultimate-N 6300
Intel Dual Band Wireless-N 7260
Intel Dual Band Wireless-AC 7260
Intel Dual Band Wireless-AC 7260 for Desktop
Intel Dual Band Wireless-AC 3160
Intel Wireless-N 7260
Broadcom BCM43228
Broadcom BCM43241
Broadcom BCM4352
Operating System. One of the following operating systems is required:
Microsoft Windows 7
Microsoft Windows 8
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Microsoft Windows 8.1
System requirements for Wi-Fi Miracast™
• Android 4.2
• Windows 8.1
ScreenBeam Pro EDU-2 is not compatible with Apple devices.
How can I tell if my device supports Wi-Fi Miracast?
Look for one of the following Miracast applications on your device. Only some application
names are listed below. Different manufacturers may have different names for the Miracast
apps on their products. But, they should indicate similar meaning.
Wireless display
Wireless mirroring
Screen mirroring
AllShareCast (Samsung devices only)
Cast screen
Visit ScreenBeam Pro EDU-2 compatibility page for the recommended Miracast devices.
Do I need to install drivers/apps to use the ScreenBeam Pro EDU-2 Receiver?
For Windows 7/8, you may need to install the Intel WiDi (3.5 or higher) application.
For Windows 8.1, you only need to install the latest Windows updates.
For Android 4.2 or higher, no app is required.
Note: Your device must be Intel® WiDi-compatible or Wi-Fi Miracast™-capable.
How can I improve my video/audio performance?
You can try the following methods to improve the ScreenBeam Pro EDU-2’s video/audio
performance:
Place your device closer to the Receiver.
Connect your device to a wireless network that is using a cleaner wireless channel or
change the wireless channel on the current wireless network, and then connect the
device to the Receiver.
Turn off the Wi-Fi devices that are not in use currently.
What wireless signal range can I expect with the Receiver?
The Receiver is designed to be used in the same room with the source device. For best
performance, the source device should be placed within 20 meters to the Receiver.
Do I need an existing wireless network to use the Receiver?
No. The Receiver connects directly with the Intel WiDi or Miracast™-enabled device, and no
wireless network is needed. However, the source device needs to be connected to an Internet
router or data network to view online content.
How can I upgrade the Receiver’s firmware?
You can upgrade the receiver's firmware by using the local management web server or
ScreenBeam Central Management System.
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How do I configure the receiver's general settings, such as changing language,
rename the receiver, enable/disable screensaver, and idling time for screensaver?
You can configure the receiver's general settings by using the local management web server
or ScreenBeam Central Management System.
How do I configure the receiver's general settings, such as changing language,
rename the receiver, enable/disable screensaver, and idling time for screensaver?
You can configure the receiver's general settings wirelessly by using the receiver’s webpage.
1. Connect your device's Wi-Fi to the receiver's network “Actiontec-SBWD-xxxxxx” that is
displayed on the Ready to connect screen. The default network security key is “12345678”.
2. Access the web management URL that is displayed on the Ready to connect screen with
a web browser on your device.
3. Enter the username and password which is “Administrator” and “Actiontec” by default.
See the user manual for more details.
How can I adjust the display to fit properly to my TV screen?
You can adjust the display by using the receiver’s local management web server or
ScreenBeam Central Management System.
Log into the receiver’s web server, and adjust the display in the TV Screen Size
(Overscan Settings) section of the Features page.
In the ScreenBeam Central Management System, double click the receiver to open the
receiver configuration page, and then adjust the TV screen size in the Features section.
Can I extend my Windows desktop to the HDTV or Projector from my Intel WiDi device?
Yes. After the connection to ScreenBeam Pro EDU-2 receiver is established, by default you
should see the laptop screen mirrored to the HDTV or Projector.
To extend your Windows desktop to an HDTV or a Projector, press the Windows key and P
key together, and select the "Duplicate", “Extend” or "Second screen only" mode.
Where can I find more information and get support for Intel WiDi?
For more information about Intel Wireless Display, access
http://www.intel.com/p/en_US/support/highlights/wireless/wireless-display.
this
page:
My device supports Intel WiDi. Where can I find Intel WiDi on my device? And where
can I obtain the latest Intel WiDi application and graphic drivers for my Intel WiDi
device?
In Windows, search for "Intel WiDi" and launch the application if you find it. If Intel WiDi
software
is
not
available
on
your
system,
go
to
http://www.intel.com/go/wirelessdisplayupdate and download the latest Intel WiDi software
for your system. Make sure to also upgrade your system to the latest Graphics and Wireless
drivers for best wireless display experience.
What is Wi-Fi Miracast™?
Wi-Fi Certified Miracast™ is a groundbreaking solution for seamlessly displaying video
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between devices, without cables or a network connection. Users can view pictures from a
smartphone on a big screen television, share a laptop screen with the conference room
projector in real-time, and watch live programs from a home cable box on a tablet. Miracast™
connections are formed using Wi-Fi Certified Wi-Fi Direct™, so access to a Wi-Fi® network
is not needed–the ability to connect is inside Miracast™-certified devices.
What is Wi-Fi Direct and can I connect to the Receiver using Wi-Fi Direct?
Wi-Fi Direct is a peer-to-peer technology that Miracast™ connections are formed in. Even
though some newer Android 4.0 and Windows 8.1 devices may detect the Receiver in the
Wi-Fi Direct devices scan list, they will not be able to connect to the Receiver. The device
must support Miracast™ to connect with the Receiver.
Can I connect to the Wi-Fi router and the Receiver simultaneously with my Intel WiDi
laptop?
Yes. Connect the laptop to an available Wi-Fi router first, and then connect to the Receiver.
You can then view online content and beam it to the HDTV.
Can I connect to the Wi-Fi router and the Receiver simultaneously with my Miracast™
device?
Some Miracast™ devices cannot connect to both the Wi-Fi router and the Receiver at the
same time. Refer to the device manufacturer's or carrier's user manual for more information.
Can I connect several Intel WiDi or Miracast devices to the Receiver simultaneously?
No. You can connect one device to the Receiver at a time.
Can I connect to multiple ScreenBeam Pro EDU-2 Receivers simultaneously?
No. You can only connect to one ScreenBeam Pro EDU-2 at a time.
My TV/Projector does not have an HDMI Input. Can I still use ScreenBeam Pro EDU-2?
Yes. An HDMI-to-VGA adapter is available for compatibility with legacy display devices. The
adapter is an optional item.
Can Microsoft Surface Pro tablet output Intel WiDi?
Originally, Microsoft Surface Pro does not support wireless display. However, it can support
wireless display after you upgrade its operating system to Windows 8.1. The latest Microsoft
Surface 2 and Surface Pro 2 with Windows 8.1 can support wireless display.
Can I use the ScreenBeam Pro EDU-2 to access online content directly?
No. ScreenBeam Pro EDU-2 does not directly connect to the Internet. You must use a source
device (laptop/Utrabook/tablet/smartphone) to wirelessly stream the online content to your
Receiver.
Can ScreenBeam Pro EDU-2 support UoIP?
No. ScreenBeam Pro EDU-2 does not support UoIP.
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Can I push media to the Receiver using DLNA?
No. The Receiver is not a DLNA media receiver.
Does the Receiver work with the Apple iPhone, iPad, or iPod?
No. The Receiver does not support Apple devices or the AirPlay protocol.
How to set my receiver to use the 5G frequency?
Generally, the 5G band can provide clearer channels, and the receiver works in this band
can produce better performance.
To set your receiver on the 5G band, you must prepare a 5G router first. Note: not all
routers support the 5G band. You can confirm this with the product manufacturer.
When a 5G router is available, connect your device to the 5G router first, and then connect
your device to your receiver. Then your receiver will works in the 5G band.
How to identify if my device can connect to ScreenBeam Pro EDU-2?
ScreenBeam Pro EDU-2 supports Intel WiDi ready and WiFi Certified Miracast devices.
If the Intel WiDi (3.5 or higher) application is already installed on your device, your
device can connect to ScreenBeam Pro EDU-2.
If your device does not have Intel WiDi, try this simple method to check if your device
supports Intel WiDi. Download the Intel WiDi (3.5 or higher) application and try
installing it on your device.
If it can be installed, your device supports Intel WiDi.
If the application can’t be installed, update the drivers of the graphic adapter and
wireless adapter on your device first, and then install the application. If it can be
installed, your device supports Intel WiDi. Otherwise, your device doesn’t support
Intel WiDi.
To check if your device is Miracast enabled, check if the WiFi Certified Miracast logo is
printed on the package of your device or directly on your device, or, if the wireless
display app is available on your device. If yes, your device can connect to
ScreenBeam Pro EDU-2.
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Appendix II. Specifications (Model:
SBWD100B)
General
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Language: English, Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese, Japanese, French,
German, Dutch, Korean, Spanish, Italian, and Russian
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Dimensions: 3.07 x 2.95 x 0.79 inch (78 x 75 x 20 mm)
Video
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H.264 compression
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Supports up to full HD 1080p30 resolution
Audio
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LPCM & AAC
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Supports up to 5.1 channels
A/V interface
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HDMI Type-A female connector
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VGA via adapter (included)
Wireless
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802.11 a/b/g/n Dual-band 2.4 & 5 GHz
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WPA2, WPS virtual PBC, AES 128-bit
Content Protection
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HDCP 2.x for HDMI
Electrical
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Input: 5V/2A
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Consumption: Less than 4W
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LED Indicator: Power On
Firmware Upgrade
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Yes, one by one or in batch
Certification
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Wi-Fi Miracast™
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Intel® WiDi (Gen 4)
Regulatory Compliance
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FCC, IC, UL, CE, SRRC, C-Tick, TELEC, RoHS and WEEE
Warranty: Localized to country of sale
Environmental
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Operating temperature: 0 ºC to 40 ºC (32 ºF to 104 ºF)
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Storage temperature: 0 ºC to 70 ºC (32 ºF to 158 ºF)
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Operating humidity: 10% to 85%, non-condensing
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Storage humidity: 5% to 90%, non-condensing
HDMI-to-VGA (YZ-050)
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Supports VGA output, 10-bit resolution up to 165MHz pixel rate of up to (1080p and
UXGA)
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Supports LPCM and compressed surround sound
Supports VGA output: 480I/P, 576I/P, 720P, 1080I/P, 640x480, 800x600, 1024x768,
1280x720, 1280x768, 1280x800, 1280x960, 1360x768, 1366x768, and 1920x1080
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Does not support protected content playback
Compatibility
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Intel WiDi-ready Ultrabooks, laptops, and tablets
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Wi-Fi Miracast smartphones, tablets, and laptops
Windows 8.1
Android 4.2 and higher
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Non WiDi/Miracast ready laptops and PCs with Actiontec USB Transmitter
Windows 7 and higher
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Not compatible with Apple devices
System Requirements
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Windows 8.1 or higher (with Miracast support)
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Intel WiDi capable laptop or tablet with Intel WiDi 4 (and higher)
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Wi-Fi Miracast capable smartphone, or tablet, or laptop
Note: Specifications are subject to change without notice.
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Appendix III.
Specifications (Model:
SBWD950A)
General
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Language: English, Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese, Japanese, French,
German, Dutch, Korean, Spanish, Italian, and Russian
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Dimensions: 6.61 x 6.61 x 1.36 inch (168.0 x 168.0 x 34.5 mm)
Video
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H.264 compression
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Supports up to full HD 1080p30 resolution
Audio
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LPCM & AAC
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Supports up to 5.1 channels
A/V Interface
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HDMI Type-A female connector
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VGA in and VGA out, female DE-15
VGA Output Resolution
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[email protected],
[email protected],
[email protected],
[email protected], [email protected]
USB Interface
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USB 2.0, type A
Ethernet Interface
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10/100 Mbps, RJ-45
Wireless
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Miracast: 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac Dual-band 2.4 & 5 GHz
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WLAN: 802.11 a/b/g/n Dual-band 2.4 & 5 GHz
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WPA2, WPS virtual PBC, AES 128-bit
Content Protection
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HDCP 2.x for HDMI
Electrical
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Input: 5V/2A
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Consumption: Less than 5W
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LED Indicator: Power On
Firmware Upgrade
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Yes, one by one or in batch
Certification
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Wi-Fi Miracast™
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Intel® WiDi
Regulatory Compliance
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FCC, IC, UL
Warranty: Localized to country of sale
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[email protected],
Environmental
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Operating temperature: 0 ºC to 40 ºC (32 ºF to 104 ºF)
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Storage temperature: 0 ºC to 70 ºC (32 ºF to 158 ºF)
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Operating humidity: 10% to 85%, non-condensing
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Storage humidity: 5% to 90%, non-condensing
Compatibility
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Intel WiDi-ready Ultrabooks, laptops, and tablets
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Wi-Fi Miracast smartphones, tablets, and laptops
Windows 8.1 and higher
Android 4.2 and higher
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Non WiDi/Miracast ready laptops and PCs with Actiontec USB Transmitter
Windows 7 and higher
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Not compatible with Apple devices
System Requirements
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Windows 8.1 or higher (with Miracast support)
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Intel WiDi capable laptop or tablet with Intel WiDi 4 (and higher)
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Wi-Fi Miracast capable smartphone, or tablet, or laptop
Note: Specifications are subject to change without notice.
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Appendix IV. Notices
Warranty
This product has a one-year Limited Hardware Warranty and 90-day free software updates
from the date of purchase.
Local Law
This Limited Warranty Statement gives the customer specific legal rights. The customer may
also have other rights which vary from state to state in the United States, from province to
province in Canada, and from country to country elsewhere in the world.
To the extent that this Limited Warranty Statement is inconsistent with local law, this
Statement shall be deemed modified to be consistent with such local law. Under such local
law, certain disclaimers and limitations of this Warranty Statement may not apply to the
customer.
Go to http://www.actiontec.com/products/warranty.php for more information.
GPL Info
For GNU General Public License (GPL) related information, go to
http://opensource.actiontec.com.
EU CE Declaration of Conformity
To obtain the complete Declaration of Conformity form in softcopy, go to the Actiontec
Electronics Declarations of Conformity EU/EEA website at
http://international.actiontec.com/support/doc.
The symbol below is placed in accordance with the European Union Directive 2002/96 on
the Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (the WEEE Directive). If disposed of within
the European Union, this product should be treated and recycled in accordance with the laws
of your jurisdiction implementing the WEEE Directive.
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Technical Support
Go to http://www.actiontec.com/sbupdate for product support, updates, and more information
including:
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Firmware updates
Troubleshooting
Registration
FAQs
Technical Support Phone Number
United States: 1-888-436-0657
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