Using the wireless LAN PC card (Continued)
Mount the supplied wireless LAN PC card into the projector, and select
PC card input
Referring to "Mounting a PC card,"
select PC card input in accordance with "Select input"
The factory settings can be used as-is. If necessary, conduct the following settings,
referring to "How to use the menu"
• [Communication mode]:
Your projector is set to Ad-Hoc in the factory. See "How to Use the Projector
if you would like to set the mode to Infrastructure. This
menu item is used only for channel confirmation and the mode change from
Infrastructure to Ad-Hoc.
This item cannot be changed currently. This is function for the future.
Set the security encryption level. The higher the number of bits, the stronger the
encryption, and hence the harder it will be for a third party to decipher your
communications. However, setting higher encryption levels will slow down
The key must be set for any encryption setting other than None. [64-bit] sets the key
length to 5 characters, [128-bit] to 13.
• [Projector name]
This can be used to identify projectors when communicating with multiple projectors, or
if there is a possibility that another person who is out of communication range will be
using the same projector. It is recommended this is set to prevent wrong transmission.
Installing the applications
Install the applications on your computer, in accordance with "Installing the
Refer to instruction manuals of your computer or wireless LAN PC card to perform the
• Select Ad-Hoc (for some PC cards, this is Peer-to-Peer Group).
• Set the Channel to channel assigned to the projector (in factory reset mode, this is set
to 10). (For some computers, you cannot set the channel in Ad-Hoc mode. For this
case, use infrastructure communication mode.)
• Set SSID (For some types of PC card, use Network Name instead) as the same as
projector's SSID (at factory shipment, this is set to DPJ).
• If Encryption and Key are set on the projector, set to the same values.
mount the supplied wireless LAN PC card, then
and "The PC card setting menu"
Displaying a computer's screen via the projector
Launch the Wireless Utility software
When the Wireless Utility launches, the Screen
image transmission mode window appears on the
To switch to the Screen image transmission mode
window from another mode (File or Document
camera), click on the Screen Image icon
Select Transmission mode.
Click on Update automatically or Update manually. See step
Update automatically and Update manually.
Click on the Advanced button.
The Advanced Settings dialog appears. Set the
dialog as shown below, as necessary.
Select the No Interruptions checkbox to prevent
other computer from sending interrupts to the
projector during your transmission.
Selecting High quality improves the quality of the
projected image, but lowers communication speed.
Selecting High speed has the opposite effect.
Select the Place in Tasktray at the start of
transmission checkbox to iconify the Wireless
Utility and place it in the computer's tasktray
when transmission initiated.
To display the window, double click on this icon, or
right click and select Open from the popup menu.
Transmission can be started and stopped from this
popup menu in accordance with the preceding
instructions, without displaying the Wireless
for the meanings of