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    Microsoft Corporation. Corporate names and trademarks are the property of their respective companies. Disclaimer: ViewSonic Corporation shall not be liable for technical or editorial errors or omissions contained herein; nor for incidental or consequential damages resulting from furnishing this material, or the performance or use of this product.

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Play Video ........29 Show Graphic Presentations .....30 ViewSonic WPG-150...

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    Specifications ....... . 37 Limited Warranty ......37 ViewSonic WPG-150...

  • Page 5: Introduction

    Access Points (APs). Thank you for buying the ViewSonic WPG-150 connects to a projector or display through the VGA or DVI ports and enables you to control projectors and displays wirelessly. Additional product information such as FAQ, specifications, data sheets, etc. may be found on the ViewSonic website. This section introduces you to the WPG-150 (referred to as the WPG in this user guide).

  • Page 6: Glossary

    SSID TCP/ IP YSTEM EQUIREMENTS PC CPU speed Memory Operating Systems Wireless Protocol ViewSonic WPG-150 Meaning Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol Domain Name System Digital Visual Interface Service Set Identifier Transmission Control Protocol/ internet Protocol Video Graphics Array WiFi Protected Access...

  • Page 7: Front View

    RONT DC Power IN ViewSonic WPG-150 Reset Button Status LED Antenna Connection Audio (OUT)

  • Page 8: Initial Setup

    E. Connect the DC Plug to the DC IN Jack of the WPG. Connect the supplied AC Power Adapter to an AC Outlet such as an AC wall outlet. DC IN Jack AC Wall Outlet DC Plug AC Power Adapter ViewSonic WPG-150 Display Network/ Internet...

  • Page 9: Access A Wireless Network

    Select the WPG from the list. Click Connect. The default SSID is WPG150-0. NOTE: If using a wireless client other than Windows, the screen above may look differently. For more details, see your PC user guide. ViewSonic WPG-150 ETWORK...

  • Page 10: Install The Wpg Application On Your Pc

    The File Download screen shown below appears. Click Run. Follow the on-screen instructions. The application runs automatically and connects to the WPG after installation is done. The ViewSonic WPG window appears on your PC in Normal Mode. For more details, see the Normal Mode section under Initial Setup.

  • Page 11: Run The Wpg Application

    Wireless Display List appears as shown below. Select the desired WPG > click Connect. Feature Display List Refresh button Connect button Cancel ViewSonic WPG-150 PPLICATION Description Displays the SSIDs of all currently visible ViewSonic WPG’s Updates the displayed list Connects to the selected WPG Closes the List window...

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    Virtual Audio Cable (WDM) automatically. Press OK to continue. Note: Set the Playback (Speakers)/Recoding (Line In) devices to Virtual Audio Cable (WDM) manually if the default devices are not Virtual Audio Cable (WDM). Pop-up window ViewSonic WPG-150...

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    Use your computer's “Connect to a network” window to access an available WPG from the list. Click Connect. The default SSID is WPG150-0. If security settings are not in place, the SSID is an unsecured network. Click the Connect Anyway option. ViewSonic WPG-150...

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    A message confirms the WPG150 is connected to the network. ViewSonic WPG-150...

  • Page 15: Connection Failed

    If you select a display that is not available, the screen shown below appears. Click OK and make another selection. ORMAL Once connected, the main application screen for the ViewSonic WPG appears in normal mode as shown below. Your PC desktop starts projecting automatically on your display or through your projector.

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    Select Display Transmit Video / Stop Display Connected to: Close ViewSonic WPG-150 Description It is the current wireless signal strength in graphical form. Displays the selected media player in full screen mode. Participates in a radio button group with "Windowed Video,"...

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    For Windows Vista Users Once connected, the main application screen for the ViewSonic WPG appears in normal mode as shown below. Your PC desktop starts projecting automatically on your display or through your projector. Note: SIGNAL and Select Display functions were disabled in Windows Vista OS.

  • Page 18: Advanced Configuration

    DVANCED DVANCED ETTINGS For the Advanced Settings, click the down arrow on the main screen shown below. Goes to the Microsoft ViewSonic WPG-150 ONFIGUR ATION Desktop Display group ® Display Properties window WPG150-0...

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    For Windows Vista User The Desktop Display function was disabled in Windows Vista OS, the user can mirror the current desktop screen to the WPG display screen only. ViewSonic WPG-150...

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    Resolution Display Settings Device Setup Desktop Display Close ViewSonic WPG-150 Description To change Advanced Settings. Current resolution setting. Drop down list of all supported resolutions up to the maximum resolution of the device. The field will auto update when the video transmission slider is selected or moved.

  • Page 21: Configure Display

    Encryption Password Setup Upgrade Firmware Network Settings ViewSonic WPG-150 Description Name of the device you are connected to. Allows for a randomly generated 4 digit number to be added to the displays splash screen that has to be entered in order to connect and project to that display.

  • Page 22: Display Access Number Security

    Splash Screen shown below. In the Display Access Number field, type the code > click OK. Type Security Code here Security Code ViewSonic WPG-150 UMBER ECURITY Pop-up window Splash Screen...

  • Page 23: Enable Wireless Encryption

    System Administrator provides the WPA-PSK TKIP key to the new user. Enable Wireless Encryption Type 8 to 63 ASCII characters as the key for WPA-PSK TKIP encryption. Enter the Key > Confirm Key > Click OK. ViewSonic WPG-150 NCRYPTION...

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    If the encryption keys entered do not match, the screen shown below appears. After enabling Wireless Encryption, the wireless connection will be disconnects, user must Select Display and Connect back to the WPG. Pop-up window ViewSonic WPG-150...

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    For Windows Vista User After enabling Wireless Encryption, the wireless connection will be disconnected, user must change WPG Wireless Network Properties: Select Properties from the menu. ViewSonic WPG-150...

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    Set Security Type to "WPA-Personal", select "TKIP" for the Encryption Type and type the Network Security Key > Click OK The Splash screen below indicates a secured WPG. Encrypted ViewSonic WPG-150...

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    The next time a user connects to WPG, type the WPA-PSK TKIP key > Click OK. Pop-up window For Windows Vista Users Security Key assigned by the System Administrator when connecting to a secured WPG for the first time. Type the Security key and click on Connect. ViewSonic WPG-150...

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    A successful connection is indicated by a new message. Note: For unsecured WPG, the default settings of WPG Wireless Network Properties are: Security Type: "No Authentication (Open)"; Encryption Type: "None". ViewSonic WPG-150...

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    The System Administrator can Change the Wireless Encryption Key by pressing "Setting" button. ViewSonic WPG-150...

  • Page 30: Password Setup

    From the Wireless Display Configure Settings screen, select Password Setup. The Password Setup screen appears as shown below. Enter a password > retype the password > If a password has not been setup, the screen shown below appears. ViewSonic WPG-150...

  • Page 31: Upgrade Firmware

    IMPORTANT! After upgrading the firmware, you need to uninstall the software from your PC. To uninstall the software from your PC, click the Windows ViewSonic WPG > Uninstall. IMPORTANT NOTE! Your WPG LAN port must be connected to the Internet in order for the device to check for an updated firmware.

  • Page 32: Network Settings

    If you are having performance issues with your WPG, try selecting a different channel. Feature Network Name Select a Channel Network Settings ViewSonic WPG-150 Description You can change the SSID by entering a new one and choosing OK. By default, the wireless channel is automatically chosen for you during boot up.

  • Page 33: Using The Wpg

    Media Player task tray, click Move to Display. You should now see the video any projector or monitor connected to the WPG. IMPORTANT! To play the video smoothly, click Full Screen Video on the screen shown below on your PC. ViewSonic WPG-150 ® , Word documents, spreadsheets, etc.

  • Page 34: Show Graphic Presentations

    When delivering presentations, sometimes it is necessary to turn the screen off first when doing something you do not want others to see. To blank the screen, click the “Blank Screen” button shown above. The WPG displays a blank screen while still connected wirelessly. ViewSonic WPG-150 Non-Video Duplicate mode...

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    If the 1 Mbps data rate is disabled, then enable 1 Mbps data rate on the access points. This applies to: Intel® PRO/Wireless 2200BG Network Connection Intel® PRO/Wireless 2915ABG Network Connection Solution ID: CS-022509 Date Created: 03-Apr-2006 Last Modified: 20-Jul-2006 http://www.intel.com/support/wireless/wlan/sb/cs-022509.htm ViewSonic WPG-150...

  • Page 36: Troubleshooting & Maintenance

    WPG. If you encounter a problem that you cannot solve, contact your reseller or ViewSonic Customer Support. See the “Customer Support” section for contact information. Additional product information such as FAQ, specifications, data sheets, etc.

  • Page 37: Customer Support

    USTOMER UPPORT For Customer Support, you will need the product serial number. Before sending the WPG-150 out for service, be sure to back up all data and remove all third party software. Country/Region United States Canada United Kingdom Europe, Middle East, Baltic countries,...

  • Page 38: Appendix

    Power supply safety notice The power supply provided with this device is for use with this device only. Replace only with the same or equivalent type power supply as recommended by the manufacturer. ViewSonic WPG-150 AFETY OTICES...

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    Low Voltage Directive (73/23/EEC) issued by the Commission of the European Community. Compliance with these directives implies conformity to the following European Norms: • EN55022 (CISPR 22) Radio Frequency Interference • EN55024 (IEC61000-4-2, -4-4, -4-5, -4-6, -4-11) • EN60950 (IEC950) Product Safety ViewSonic WPG-150 2.5cm...

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    The mark shown to the right is in compliance with the Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment Directive 2002/96/EC (WEEE). The mark indicates the requirement NOT to dispose the equipment as unsorted municipal waste, but use the return and collection systems according to local law. ViewSonic WPG-150 Proposed Maximum Actual Concentration Concentration 0.1%...

  • Page 41: Specifications

    FCC-15B, FCC-15C, IC-ES003B, IC-RSS210, ETL, BSMI, NCC DGT, KTL, MIC, RRL, Approvals IDA, CB, CE, C-Tick, CCC, SRRC, NOM IMITED ARRANTY Please go to the Customer Support table in this guide for the ViewSonic website in your region to get warranty information. ViewSonic WPG-150 Gross Wt. 1.25 lbs. 802.11 Wireless...

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