Presentation on theme: "1Quit Connecting to the Projector Wirelessly OverviewThis documentation will show how to connect the tablets to the wireless LCD projectors located in."— Presentation transcript:
1Quit Connecting to the Projector Wirelessly OverviewThis documentation will show how to connect the tablets to the wireless LCD projectors located in all new construction classrooms throughout the building Learning Objective Independently learn how to connect the computer to the LCD projector PrerequisitesKnowledge of: The computer desktop and how to operate a remote control. Access to: A computer installed with Epson wireless software, classroom with ceiling mounted Epson projector Primary Audience Lake Forest Country Day School Faculty and Staff AuthorBrad Cooper Systems Support Specialist I Lake Forest Country Day School InstructionsArrows change slides. Print button prints all slides to default printer. Quit exits.
2Quit Turn on Projector, Select Input, and Start Software 1.This is the remote for the projector. A.Make sure the remote is turned on (slider switch on the right side beneath the red power button), point it at the projector and push the red power button. B.You will hear a “beep” and the light at the bottom of the projector will begin to flash green. 2.On the screen you will see the projector begin its setup. To make sure it is set to the correct input, select the “EasyMP” source on the remote. 3.On your computer, go to a)Start → b)Programs→ c)Projector → d)EMP NS Connection v
3Quit EMP NS Connection Startup Options 4.When EMP NS Connection starts up, it may ask you for the connection mode you would like to use. Always select Advanced Connection Mode, and you may check the checkbox so that it does not ask you for this in the future. 5.If the following question regarding a firewall appears, select No.
4Quit Using EMP NS Connection 6.Once your projector is fully warmed up and on EasyMP mode, it should show up on the NS Connection window. If it is not listed, click the Automatic Search button near the top left-hand corner. 7.Each projector is named according to the room number that it is located in. Your projector is ready when it is listed in Standby under the Status column. 8.Select your projector, and click Connect in the bottom right-hand corner.
5Quit Using EMP NS Connection (continued) 9.Once you are connected, you will see this toolbox appear on the screen of your computer (not the projector image). This toolbox is part of the NS Connection software and it allows you to change many settings. Generally speaking, you will only need to worry about the Disconnect button. 10.Click the Disconnect button when you are done using the projector, and power the projector off.
6Quit The End! Document Control VersionDate CompleteAuthorDescriptionDate ApprovedApproved By Cooper, BradInitial DraftN/A Still have a question? Contact the IT Department for further assistance: Call: x222