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Macintosh
Network Operation Manual
(Wireless Manager mobile edition 5.5)
※ The projectors illustrated as examples are PT-FW300NTE.
ENGLISH
TQBH0206 (E/U/EA)

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    Macintosh Network Operation Manual (Wireless Manager mobile edition 5.5) ※ The projectors illustrated as examples are PT-FW300NTE. ENGLISH TQBH0206 (E/U/EA)

  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Contents Software Licensing Agreement …………………… 3 Notes on Using Wireless Connection …………… 4 Request Regarding Security ……………………… 6 Software requirements ……………………………… 11 System requirements …………………………………………… 11 Software Installation ………………………………… 12 Connecting with wireless LAN …………………… 13 Easy Wireless Set Up …………………………………………… 13 Parts name in search screen ……………………………………...

  • Page 3: Software Licensing Agreement

    Panasonic’s liability with respect to this Software is limited to the conditions defined in Article 6 herein. Panasonic or any of its distributors or dealers shall not be liable for any damage suffered by Licensee, either directly or through claims from a third party, arising from or in connection with Licensee’s use of the Software.

  • Page 4: Notes On Using Wireless Connection

    Notes on Using Wireless Connection Wireless connection function of the projector uses radio waves in the 2.4 GHz band. A radio station license is not required, but be sure to read and fully understand the following items before use. Do not use near other wireless equipment. The following equipment may use radio waves in the same band as the projector.

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    Notes on Using Wireless Connection Channels that can be used The channels (frequency range) that can be used differ according to the country or region. Refer to the table below. Country or region Japan China England, Germany, France, Spain, Italy, Belgium, Austria, Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Switzerland, Holland, Finland, Portugal, Greece, Thailand, South Korea Singapore...

  • Page 6: Request Regarding Security

    Depending on the specifications of the wireless LAN, a malicious third-party may be able to break security settings by special means. If you cannot deal with security settings when using this product with a wireless LAN, please contact “Panasonic Projector Support Center.”...

  • Page 7: What You Can Do With Wireless Manager Mobile Edition 5.5

    What you can do with Wireless Manager mobile edition 5.5 Network Transmission You can connect the projector to a computer via the wireless LAN or the wired LAN, and send moving and still images. For information on the connection, refer to the description on page 13 for wireless LAN, and page 23 for wired LAN. Project with various methods <Live Mode>...

  • Page 8: Useful Functions

    What you can do with Wireless Manager mobile edition 5.5 Project with multiple projectors <Multiple source live mode> (See page 36) <Multiple source multi live mode> (See page 38) This arrangement can be used when you wish to simultaneously display multiple presentations using multiple projectors.

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    What you can do with Wireless Manager mobile edition 5.5 (cont.) <WebBrowser control> (See page 55) The following operations are possible when using WebBrowser. • Setting and adjusting the projector • Displaying the projector status • Setting for message transmission <Virtual remote control function>...

  • Page 10: Check Your Computer, Necessary Environment For Computers To Be Connected

    Check your computer Necessary environment for computers to be connected • First, check your computer to see whether or not it has a wired LAN ※LAN : “Glossary” (See page 64) • Before connecting the projector to the computer, be sure to check the following settings. •...

  • Page 11: Software Requirements, System Requirements

    Software requirements System requirements The computer must meet the following requirements in order to use the supplied software. Mac OS X v10.4 Mac OS X v10.5 CPU: 1 GHz PowerPC G4 or faster, or 1.8 GHz Intel Core processor or faster RAM: 512 MB or more recommended Empty hard disk capacity:...

  • Page 12: Software Installation

    Software Installation Contents on Provided CD-ROM Set the provided CD-ROM into the CD/DVD-ROM drive. • Quit all running programs. Otherwise, installation may not be possible. • [Admin (administrator)] authority is required for installation. Wireless Manager ME 5.5 Wireless Manager ME 5.5 is used to send a screen from PC to the projector via wireless or wired LAN. Set the provided CD-ROM into the CD/DVD-ROM drive of a computer.

  • Page 13: Connecting With Wireless Lan, Easy Wireless Set Up

    Connecting with wireless LAN Easy Wireless Set Up There are 3 different connection methods, “S-MAP” (Projector Signal Map) Connection, “1-4/U” Connection, and “PC Search” Connection. These connections enable easy search and connection to the projector. (Refer to “1-4/U” connection on page 17 to establish an easy wireless connection with projectors that have no S-MAP function.) •...

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    Connecting with wireless LAN Parts name in search screen <Projector Search> window – [S-MAP] (See page 16) Current settings When selected, the background changes to blue. A Setting menu display Choose to display or hide the B to F buttons. B Access Devices (See pages 30, 36, 38) When only one projector is connected, select [ multiple projectors are connected, select [...

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    Connecting with wireless LAN <Projector Search> window – [1-4/U] (See page 17) Current settings When selected, the background changes to blue. A Setting menu display Choose to display or hide the B to F buttons. B Access Devices (See pages 30, 36, 38) W hen only one projector is connected, select [ multiple projectors are connected, select [ ※ M ultiple projectors [(Multiple projectors icon)] are available when “1-4/U” is selected. C S-MAP (See page 16) Display <Projector Search> window – [S-MAP]. D 1-4/U (See page 17) D isplay <Projector Search> window – [1-4/U]. E PC Search (See page 19) D isplay <PC Search> window. F Other search (See page 25) F rom the projectors that are currently switched on, search for the projector of specified IP address, domain name, and ID from all network numbers except for [U (user)]. G Updates the list of found projectors. H “Network” number If you specify [1], [2], [3], [4], [U (user)] the projector(s) assigned with the corresponding network number(s) will be displayed in [Projector name] field (See page 48). The default value is [S-MAP] projector. I This mark appears for the projectors that have been searched and found through wired LAN.

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    Connecting with wireless LAN “S-MAP” Connection Click the install target or [ <Projector Search> window – [S-MAP] is displayed. (Parts name → See page 14) ● When the <Input User Name> window appears Set the icon and user name, and click [OK]. • Enter the user name in up to 8 alphanumerics. •...

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    Connecting with wireless LAN “1-4/U” Connection Click the install target or [ <Projector Search> window – [S-MAP] is displayed. When the <Input User Name> window appears Set the icon and user name, and click [OK]. • Enter the user name in up to 8 alphanumerics. •...

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    Connecting with wireless LAN A list of projectors that can be connected to are displayed in the <Projector Search> window – [1-4/U]. (Parts name → See page 15) Select the same network number as the one for the projector you want to connect to (See page 48).

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    Connecting with wireless LAN “PC Search” Connection Click the install target or [ <Projector Search> window – [S-MAP] is displayed. When the <Input User Name> window appears Set the icon and user name, and click [OK]. • Enter the user name in up to 8 alphanumerics. •...

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    Connecting with wireless LAN Select the projector to connect. <PC Search> window appears. Click on [ ] in the <PC Search> window, and the models of projector that can perform [PC Search] are displayed. (See page 42) Operations on the projector A Turn on the power to the projector unit.

  • Page 21: Connection Error Messages

    Connecting with wireless LAN (cont.) Connection error messages When wireless LAN connection cannot be established, the projector is not displayed. Click the [ ] button at this time to display information on resolving the issue as shown below.

  • Page 22: Connecting Through The Access Point

    Connecting with wireless LAN Connecting through the access point You can make the setting for infrastructure mode administrator on network settings before changing any settings. ※“Glossary” (See pages 64 - 65) A Projector settings Turn on the projector and press the [NETWORK] button on the remote control. Press the menu button to open the [NETWORK] menu, and then select from among [USER 1] through [USER 3] for [WIRELESS LAN] and press [ENTER].

  • Page 23: Connecting With Wired Lan

    Connecting with Wired LAN Connection can be made with wired LAN. However, confirm to your system administrator on network settings before changing any settings. A Projector settings Turn on the projector and press the [NETWORK] button on the remote control. Press the menu button to open the [NETWORK] menu, select [Wired LAN] and then press [ENTER].

  • Page 24: Selection Of Adapters

    Selection of adapters When the <Network Adapter Selection> window appears, select [Wireless LAN] or [Wired LAN] and click [OK]. [Wireless LAN]: The wireless LAN is used for the connection. [Wired LAN]: The wired LAN is used for the connection. The <Projector Search> window appears. (See page 16) The only usable network number is [U (USER)].

  • Page 25: Other Operations For Connection

    Other operations for connection Operations when password entry is required for connection A [ ] mark is displayed for projectors that have passwords set. The window shown to the right appears to establish a connection. Enter the password for the projector and click [OK].

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    Other operations for connection Click [Search]. When <Other search> window – [Searching] is displayed, the search starts. Check the search results. When the projector of the applicable ID is found, the [Projector Name] and [ID] appear. If a projector of the applicable ID is not found, [No Projector detected.] appear. Click [Connect].

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    Other operations for connection Exit Wireless Manager Click [Exit] in the launcher menu. The following window appears. When connecting the projector for the first time The <Preservation of a Profile> window appears. Create a profile with information about connected projectors. You can use the created profile to connect automatically.

  • Page 28: Various Projection Methods, Description Of The Launcher

    Various projection methods Description of the launcher The launcher always appears on the computer screen, and can be used to perform various operations. Launcher menu button ① ② Volume control slider Mute button Status indication When connected to one projector (Green, lit): Transmission possible (Blue, lit): Own computer currently transmitting (when in live mode)

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    Various projection methods Launcher menu button Launcher Menu Launcher Menu A Launcher menu button: The launcher menu will appear. You can operate it by clicking the various items. [Start]: Starts projection. [Stop]: Stops projecting. [Live Mode]: The live mode menu will appear. Set a projection position for live mode. (See pages 30-31) [Selective Area Transmission]: By using the selective area window, you can specify the necessary information alone from the computer screen, and display it on the projection screen.

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    Various projection methods Live Mode Connect a computer to a projector, and display the computer screen over the entire projection screen. (If the connection is completed, and input is via network.) Press the [MULTI-LIVE] button on the remote control to turn the projection screen into a full screen display (the status when no index window (small screens) is displayed).

  • Page 31: How To Operate

    Various projection methods Multi Live Mode Switching from one style to another Multi live mode has “4-screen multi style”, “4-screen index style” and “16-screen index style”. How to operate Press the [MULTI-LIVE] button of the remote control to change the style. •...

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    Various projection methods 4-screen multi style Connect up to four computers to one projector, and then divide the projector screen into four parts, and simultaneously display the screens for the four computers on the projector screen. (If the connection is completed, and input is via network.) Press the [MULTI-LIVE] button on the remote control to turn the projection screen into a full screen display (the status when no index window (small screens) is displayed).

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    Various projection methods 4-screen index style When the projector is set to “4-screen index style”, connect up to 4 computers to one projector, and then simultaneously display the screens for the 4 computers on the index windows and also on a large screen. (If the connection is completed, and input is via network.) Press the [MULTI-LIVE] button of the remote control to switch the projection screen to “4-screen index style”.

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    Various projection methods Enlarged display • Use the [ ] buttons on the remote control to move the focus (yellow box) to the image to be enlarged, and press the [ENTER] button. The image is enlarged and displayed at the top of the projection screen. •...

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    Various projection methods 16-screen index style When the projector is set to “16-screen index style”, connect up to 16 computers to one projector, and simultaneously display the screens for the 16 computers on index windows and also on a large screen. (If the connection is completed, and input is via network.) Press the [MULTI-LIVE] button of the remote control to switch the projection screen to “16-screen index style”.

  • Page 36: Multiple Source Live Mode

    Various projection methods Multiple Source Live Mode You can simultaneously project one computer’s screen on up to 8 projectors. Can be displayed in projectors that have a network number of [1]-[4] or [USER1]-[USER4]. Press the [MULTI-LIVE] button on the remote control to turn the projection screen into a full screen display (the status when no index window is displayed).

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    Various projection methods Check the status indication on the launcher to make sure that transmission is possible ( ). (See page 28) Click [ ] on the launcher. The same image is provided for all the projectors selected in step 7. •...

  • Page 38: Multiple Source Multi Live Mode

    Various projection methods Multiple Source Multi Live Mode Connect up to 4 computers to each of up to 8 projectors, and project in each projector by the 4-screen multi style. Can be displayed in projectors that have a network number of [1]-[4] or [USER1]-[USER3]. Press the [MULTI-LIVE] button on the remote control to turn the projection screen into a full screen display (the status when no index window is displayed).

  • Page 39

    Various projection methods Check the status indication on the launcher to make sure that transmission is possible ( ). (See page 28) Click [ The launcher menu will appear. Click [Live Mode] in the launcher menu. Select and click the projection position. Click [ ] on the launcher.

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    Useful Functions Selective Area Transmission By using the selective area window, you can specify the necessary information alone from the computer screen, and display it on the projection screen. Click [ The launcher menu will appear. Click [Selective Area Transmission] in the launcher menu. The range selection screen is displayed.

  • Page 41: Av Mute Function

    Useful Functions (cont.) AV Mute function Blanks the screen for a moment. Click [ The launcher menu will appear. Click [AV Mute] in the launcher menu. The image is turned off. Audio output also goes out. Click [AV Mute] in the launcher menu again. [AV Mute] is disengaged.

  • Page 42

    × The displayed screen, name and operation vary depending on the type of projectors. For detailed setting, see the operation manual for your projector. List of available functions in each projection method When using PT-F300N/PT-FW300NT/PT-LB80NT/PT-LW80NT/ PT-F200NT/PT-F100NT/PT-FW100NT/PT-LB51NT/ TH-LB50NT/TH-LB55NT/TH-LB60NT Live Mode When connected to one...

  • Page 43: Setting Options

    Setting options You can make various settings related to Wireless Manager ME 5.5. Setting options Click [ The launcher menu will appear. Click [Option] in the launcher menu. The <Option> window shown to the right appears. Click the desired tab to be set. Click [OK].

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    Setting options (cont.) Key setting You can set shortcut key combinations that let you control the Wireless Manager ME 5.5 functions by computer keyboard operations. Select the mode or the function to be set for the shortcut key, and click it. Select one from [Cmd], [Opt], [Shift] and [Ctrl].

  • Page 45: User Settings

    Setting options (cont.) Other Setting Favorites It is possible to assign a different name to connected projectors. When connected, a field is displayed at the bottom of the <Projector Search> window. Automatic connection setting You can perform automatic settings for newly connected projectors.

  • Page 46: Network/security Setting Of The Projector

    Network/Security setting of the projector When making a connection between a computer and a projector with settings other than the default settings, perform the procedure below to display the menu required when changing the initial settings. For detailed setting, see the operation manual for your projector.

  • Page 47: Default Wired Lan Settings

    Network/Security setting of the projector Wired LAN settings You can make detailed wired LAN settings. Select [WIRED LAN] at the network menu and click the [ENTER] button. WIRED DETAILED SETUP DHCP IP ADDRESS SUBNETMASK DEFAULT GATEWAY RETURN SELECT DHCP ※ ON: If a DHCP server exists in the network to which the projector is connected, the IP address will automatically be acquired.

  • Page 48

    Network/Security setting of the projector Setting network number (for wireless LAN) Select [WIRELESS LAN] at the network menu. Select the number to be connected with the [ PICTURE WIRED LAN POSITION WIRELESS LAN NAME CHANGE LANGUAGE PASSWORD DISPLAY OPTION PASSWORD CHANGE PROJECTOR SETUP NETWORK STANDBY SECURITY...

  • Page 49

    Select [NEXT] on the IP address setting window to switch to the wireless setting window. Make the settings related to the wireless connection between the projector and the network. DETAILED SETUP USER1 SSID Panasonic Projector MODE AUTHENTICATION ENCRYPTION RETURN CHANNEL...

  • Page 50: Default Settings Of [user1] - [user3]

    ※“Glossary” (See page 65) Default settings of [USER1] - [USER3] The following settings as [USER1] - [USER3] in the wireless LAN are set before the projector leaves the factory. SSID : Panasonic Projector DHCP : OFF IP ADDRESS : 192.168.11.100 SUBNETMASK : 255.255.255.0...

  • Page 51: Changing The Projector Name, Password Setting

    Network/Security setting of the projector Changing the projector name You can change the projector name on the network. It will help to distinguish names in the <Projector Search> window ([S-MAP], [1-4/U]). Select [NAME CHANGE] at the network menu and press the [ENTER] button. PICTURE WIRED LAN POSITION...

  • Page 52

    Network/Security setting of the projector Enter the password using the [ After entering the password, select [OK] and click [ENTER]. Select [CANCEL] to undo the changes and then press [ENTER]. It is recommended to change password on a regular basis for keeping it private. Network standby Set it to “ON”, if you want to turn on the projector in standby mode from the PC that is connected to the network via wired LAN or wireless LAN.

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    Network/Security setting of the projector Live mode cut-in Set it to “ON” if you allow other users on the network to connect in live mode while you are also in live mode. Select [LIVE MODE CUT IN] at the network menu. PICTURE WIRED LAN POSITION...

  • Page 54: Returning To The Initial Settings

    Network/Security setting of the projector Verifying settings Your current settings appear. Select [STATUS] at the network menu and press the [ENTER] button. PICTURE WIRED LAN POSITION WIRELESS LAN NAME CHANGE LANGUAGE PASSWORD DISPLAY OPTION PASSWORD CHANGE PROJECTOR SETUP NETWORK STANDBY SECURITY NETWORK CONTROL NETWORK...

  • Page 55: Using Webbrowser, Before Using The Webbrowser Control

    Using WebBrowser Control a projector through the WebBrowser of a computer. It is called “WEB Control”. (The example is when using Safari.) Before using the WebBrowser control Connect the projector and PC with wired or wireless LAN. (See page 13) A Projector settings Turn [ON] the [NETWORK CONTROL] in the network menu.

  • Page 56: Accessing From The Webbrowser

    • The system locks for several minutes if an incorrect password is entered three times in succession. • If you reset the configuration to the factory default or the state of purchase, the password is reset to “panasonic.” Change the password to an appropriate one.

  • Page 57: Monitor Information Window

    Using WebBrowser Monitor information window This page indicates the projector status. If you migrate from other pages, click [Monitor information] in the main menu (left of the screen). Monitored information On this window, click the [Status information] tab. The monitor information is refreshed at fixed intervals, but the current exact information can be checked by clicking [View] → [Refresh].

  • Page 58: Projector Control Window

    Using WebBrowser Projector control window You can make various projector settings. To access this page from other pages, click [Projector control] at the left of the window. Basic control window On this window, click the [Basic control] tab. Connection with the projector may not be possible immediately after the power is turned on. In this case wait a bit and then make the connection again.

  • Page 59: Lan Settings

    Using WebBrowser Detailed settings window You can make detail network settings on projector, when connecting without the administrator authority or when connecting through an access point (infrastructure mode). LAN settings Click [Detailed set up] in the menu. Select the items to change and click [Next]. The settings window appears, showing the current settings.

  • Page 60: Time Settings, Email Settings, Connection Test

    Using WebBrowser Time settings Click [Detailed set up]→[Adjust clock] in the menu. Time zone : Select the time zone and click [Set time zone]. Time : Enter the current date and time in [Date] and [Time], and then click [Set date and time].

  • Page 61

    Using WebBrowser ※Example of email message sent If [NORMAL] is selected under [MAIL CONTENTS] A If you have completed the email settings === Panasonic projector report(CONFIGURE) === Projector Type  : F300NT -----  E-mail setup data ----- TEMPERATURE WARNING SETUP  MINIMUM TIME  at [ 60] minutes interval  INPUT AIR TEMPERATURE  Over [ 32C / 89F ]  ERROR  [ ON  ]  LAMP RUNTIME  [ ON  ]  at REMAIN [ 400] H  LAMP RUNTIME  [ ON  ]  at REMAIN [ 200] H  FILTER REMAIN  [ ON  ]  at REMAIN [ 500] H  FILTER REMAIN ...

  • Page 62: Password Settings

    Using WebBrowser Authentication server settings Click [Detailed set up]→[Authentication set up] in the menu. Auth : Change the authentication method as desired. SMTP Auth : For SMTP authentication, change the authentication method to use, as desired. POP Server name : Enter the POP server name. User name : Enter the user name for the SMTP or POP server.

  • Page 63: Software Uninstall, Wireless Manager Me 5.5

    Software Uninstall Wireless Manager ME 5.5 Uninstalling Drivers Set the provided CD-ROM into the CD/DVD-ROM drive of a computer. Double-click [WMMac5.5.dmg] in the CD/DVD-ROM drive. [WMMac5.5] appears on the desktop. Double-click [WMUninstaller]. Follow the instructions on the screen and uninstall the software. Uninstalling Wireless Manager ME 5.5 Drag-and-drop [ ] from the [Applications] folder to the [Trash].

  • Page 64: Glossary

    Glossary Category Item Access point MAC address IP address Common DHCP Setting of connections Subnetmask Default Gateway Domain Name Descriptions Abbreviation for Local Area Network. This is a network with a relatively narrow range such as inside a company. These are stations for relaying electromagnetic signals between computers in a wireless LAN.

  • Page 65

    Glossary (cont.) Category Item AD_HOC INFRASTRUCTURE (infrastructure mode) SSID Open System/ OPEN Shared Key/ SHARED Advanced setting of WPA-PSK connection WPA2-PSK TKIP Descriptions This is the mode in which computers communicate with each other directly, rather than via access points. This is the mode in which communications are performed via the access point.

  • Page 66: Frequently Asked Questions

    Frequently Asked Questions Check the following points once more before requesting repair. No wireless connection can be made between my projector and my computer. • Is Wireless Manager ME 5.5 running? Wireless Manager ME 5.5 must be started in the computer in order to enable wireless transmissions of images to the projector.

  • Page 67

    Frequently Asked Questions The connection to the wireless LAN or wired LAN is lost. • If the live mode is canceled or the connection is lost, start the reconnection procedure from the menu. If it is still not possible to establish a connection to the LAN, power off the projector, wait for the cooling fan to stop operating (after the power monitor on the projector changes from orange to red), power the projector back on, and then start the connection procedure from the menu once again.

  • Page 68

    Frequently Asked Questions There is a time lag between operations at the computer and results in the projected image. • Wireless Manager ME 5.5 reads the screen, compresses the data and transmits it to the projector. In the projector, the received data are extracted and then projected.

  • Page 69

    • Unauthorized use or reproduction of part or all of this product software and manuals is strictly prohibited. • Panasonic cannot be held liable for any effects resulting from the use of this product software and manuals. • Panasonic reserves the right to revise this product software specifications and manual contents without notice.

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