L/MO PUTE AUDI O OUT ITOR PUTE TROL Supported Projector LT380/LT280/LT265/LT245/WT615/WT610 1. What You Can Do with Image Express Utility 2 2. Operating Environment 3. Setting the LAN Settings for the Projector 4. Setting the LAN Settings for Macintosh 5. Installing Image Express Utility 2 6.
“Image Express Utility 2 for Mac OS” is a software program to send images on the Macintosh screen to a projector via wireless/wired LAN to project them on the screen. “Image Express Utility 2 for Mac OS” runs on Mac OS X 10.2.8 or higher.
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1. What You Can Do with Image Express Utility 2 • Via the network images on the screen of your personal computer can be sent to the projector and projected on the screen.Wireless LAN enables you to use the projector without cables.
This section explains about “Easy Connection” using wireless LAN. Refer to the manual attached to the projector to enable “Easy Connection”. • For LT265/LT245, refer to “User’s Manual (PDF)” • For LT380/LT280/WT615/WT610, refer to “Wired and Wireless Network Setup Guide”.
Set “Easy Connection”. • LT380/LT280/LT265/LT245 (1) Select the [PC Card] tab, and confirm that “Easy Connection” has been set in Profiles. (2) Highlight [Reconnect], and press the <ENTER> button. An hourglass icon is displayed on the screen. (3) When the hourglass icon disappears, highlight [OK] and press the <ENTER> button.
4.Setting the LAN Settings for Macintosh 4. Setting the LAN Settings for Macintosh This section explains the configurations for “Easy Connection” with the projector. Click Apple Menu ( The “System Preferences” window will be displayed. Click Click [Network]. The Network configuration window will be displayed.
Enter a new location name and click the [OK] button. Enter “IEU2” as an example. Click [Show] and [AirPort]. • For wired LAN connection, click [Built-in Ethernet]. After change to [Built-in Ethernet], set “Manually” in [Configure IPv4] to specify the IP address and other configurations ( Note If neither Airport card nor Airport extreme card has been inserted in the Macintosh...
5.Installing Image Express Utility 2 5. Installing Image Express Utility 2 5-1. Installation Insert the User Supportware 3 CD-ROM into the CD-ROM drive. The CD-ROM icon will be displayed on Desktop. Double-click the “CD-ROM” icon. Double-click the “Mac OS X” icon. Double-click the “Image Express Utility 2.dmg”...
6. Using Image Express Utility 2 6-1. Connecting to a projector Confirm that the projector has been turned on. Click the AirPort status ( AirPort On”. The AirPort status is changed to “ • AirPort status types and meanings ...AirPort : Off ...AirPort : On ( in infrastructure connection )
6.Using Image Express Utility 2 (4) Click [AirPort] tab. The AirPort configuration item will be displayed. (5) Check the “Show AirPort status in menu bar” check box at the bottom con- figuration item. The AirPort status ( (6) Click the [ dow.
[OK] button. The [Projector Selection] window will be displayed. Check the ( ) check box to the left of the projector name to connect and click [Connect]. The Macintosh computer and the projector are connected via wireless LAN, and im- ages on the Macintosh screen are projected from the projector.
6.Using Image Express Utility 2 6-2. Stopping/Restarting Image Transmission Stopping image transmission Click [Tools] on the menu bar, and click [Stop Sending]. Image transmission is temporarily stopped. Restarting image transmission Click [Tools] on the menu bar, and click [Start Sending]. Image transmission is started again.
7-1. Setting the LAN Settings for the Projector For how to set IP address, subnet mask, and other configurations without using “Easy Con- nection”, see “User’s Manual (PDF)” (LT265/LT245) or “Wired and Wireless Network Setup Guide” (LT380/LT280/WT615/WT610). The explanation below is given assuming that the following configurations have been set.
Select “Manually” in [Configure IPv4]. Entry fields for IP address, subnet mask and other configurations will be displayed. Enter the IP address and subnet mask appropriate for the projector LAN. As an example, set the IP address “192.168.100.20” and subnet mask “255.255.255.0”.
Type the same character string that has been typed for WEP in the projector, and click [OK]. For the following, operate in the same way as “6-1. Connecting to a projector” ( ) on the menu bar, and SSID of the projec-...
About the Downloading Service About the Downloading Service For update information on Image Express Utility 2 for Mac OS refer to the NEC Projector’s support page (http://www.nec-pj.com). For Information Visit: http://www.nec-pj.com...