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Multi Projector Monitoring and Control Software
Multi Projector Monitoring and Control Software
Setup and Operation Manual
June, 2008
June, 2008
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    Multi Projector Monitoring and Control Software Multi Projector Monitoring and Control Software Setup and Operation Manual June, 2008 June, 2008...

  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Operation Instructions (2) Creating a Group Operation Instructions (3) Creating a Keyword Operation Instructions (4) Registering a Projector to a Group Relocation/Rearrangement of a Group in the Hierarchical Level Operation Instructions (5) Assigning a Keyword to a Projector Deleting a Registered...

  • Page 3: Software Licensing Agreement

    Please note the following. • Panasonic cannot be held liable for any direct or indirect damages resulting from the use or malfunction of this projector. • Panasonic cannot be held liable for damages arising from data corruption or loss as a result of using this projector.

  • Page 4: Request Regarding Security

    Request Regarding Security Request Regarding Security When using this product, security breaches of the type described below are conceivable. • Leakage of your private information via this product • Illegal operation of this product by a malicious third-party • Harm to or cessation of operation of this product by a malicious third-party Be sure to implement sufficient security measures.

  • Page 5: Operating Environment

    * 64-bit Windows and Mac are not supported. 1024 x 768 pixels or higher is recommended Wired or wireless LAN connectivity • PT-F100NT/FW100NT/F200NT * For network models only • PT-D5600/DW5000/D5700/DW5100/D4000/D3500 • PT-D7700/DW7000 * Optional network board ET-MD77 series required. • PT-D10000/DW10000/DZ12000/D12000...

  • Page 6: Function List

    Projector name, status (power ON/Mute/Warning/Error: Icon indication), input terminal, input signal, model name, serial number Detailed information Displays detailed information of a selected projector in text format. display (monitoring Brief information display + lamp selection, lamp output, lamp status, function)

  • Page 7: Preparation

    LAN. If the entered IP address is used by another device, the projector cannot be registered. The host name set for the projector is displayed as the projector name on the software. Enable Web Control, Network Standby and PJLink Control.

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    Projector Network Setting Screen (F100NT, with wired LAN connect Projector Network Setting Screen (F100NT, with wired LAN connect Select NETWORK. Select WIRED LAN. Set DHCP to OFF. ion) ion) 1. Set NETWORK STANDBY to ON. 2. Set WEB CONTROL to ON.

  • Page 9: Installation

    Installation Installation Preparing Software Preparing Software Contents of Installation Folder The following shows the folder structure multi_pj_ctrl extract setup.exe installer.msi dotnetfx...

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    Installation Installation Execute "setup.exe" in the folder of the desired language located in the main program folder to initiate the installation process. If the software is already installed, a screen for repair or uninstallation will appear. When the license agreement screen appears, select I Agree, and click NEXT or OK in all subsequent screens.

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    Installation Screen (when .NET Framework 2.0 is not installed) Installation Screen (when .NET Framework 2.0 is not installed) Click Don't Accept. Clicking OK cancels the installation process Click Accept. To the first screen shown on the next page Installation of .NET Framework 2.0...

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    Installation Screen (when .NET Framework 2.0 is installed) Installation Screen (when .NET Framework 2.0 is installed)

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    Confirming Program Startup Confirming Program Startup After the software is installed, double-click the shortcut icon on the desktop to make sure that the program starts up properly. If the Japanese-version and/or Chinese-version program is installed in a PC running an OS other than the Japanese/Chinese version, screens may not appear properly.

  • Page 14: Operation Instructions (1), Projector Registration

    Click OK in the connection test success/registration confirmation dialog box ⇒ A projector icon will be created in the group/keyword tree view pane. It is possible to register a projector without performing the connection test by clicking the Create button in the above diagram).

  • Page 15: About User Name And Password

    The default user name and password are shown in the table below. If the password has been changed in the Web Control screen, enter the currently valid password. Model number F100NT/FW100NT/F200NT D5600/DW5000/D5700/DW5100/D4000/D3500 D7700/DW7000 D10000/DW10000 DZ12000/D12000 User Name Default Password user1 None user1 panasonic admin1 panasonic...

  • Page 16: Creating A Group

    Operation Instructions ( Operation Instructions ( Creating a Group Creating a Group Select the desired group icon in the group/keyword tree view pane, and perform either (a) or (b). (a) On the menu bar, select File → Create New Group (b) Right-click the selected group icon, and select Create New Group in the context menu.

  • Page 17: Creating A Keyword

    Operation Instructions ( Creating a Keyword Creating a Keyword Select the desired group/projector/keyword icon in the group/keyword tree view pane, and select File → Create New Keyword in the above diagram) on the menu bar. Enter a new keyword (max. 128 characters) in the Keyword text box (* A memo may be added, if desired.)

  • Page 18: Registering A Projector To A Group, Relocation/rearrangement Of A Group In The Hierarchical Level

    Registering a Projector to a Group Registering a Projector to a Group A projector can be registered to a group or moved from one group to another by dragging the icon of the projector in the group/keyword tree view pane onto the icon of the destination group.

  • Page 19: Assigning A Keyword To A Projector

    Assigning a Keyword to a Projector Assigning a Keyword to a Projector Select the desired projector icon in the group/keyword tree view pane, and perform either (a) or (b). (a) Right-click the selected projector icon, and select Property in the context menu (b) Select File →...

  • Page 20: Deleting A Registered Projector/group/keyword

    Deleting a Registered Projector/Group/Keyword Deleting a Registered Projector/Group/Keyword Select the projector/group/keyword icon to be deleted in the group/keyword tree view pane, and perform either (a) or (b). (a) Select File → Delete on the menu bar (see the above diagram).

  • Page 21: Brief Information Display (monitoring Function)

    Displayed information will be updated according to the settings. Information will be automatically updated every 10 minutes in the default setting. Information is displayed by group or keyword. Information that cannot be obtained is indicated by "---". Projector Name Displays the information of all projectors that belong to the selected group/keyword.

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    List of Status Icons Not connected Information update failure Information acquisition failure Power supply status Power supply status Power ON Power OFF (Standby) Cooling operation Warm-up operation AV mute status AV mute status AV Mute OFF AV Mute ON Warning/error Warning/error Lamp warning Lamp error...

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    To display up-to-date information after the status of a projector has changed due to operations performed with a remote control or control panel, perform either (a) or (b) below. (a) Press the F5 button on the keyboard. (b) Select File → Update Information on the menu bar ( in the diagram below).

  • Page 24: Information Acquisition Interval Setting Change

    Select the General tab, and enter the desired time (unit: minutes) in the Interval Time text box diagram).The setting range is from 1 to 9,999 minutes, in 1-minute steps. * If the Update Interval of Projector Information checkbox is not selected, information will not be updated automatically.

  • Page 25: Detailed Information Display (monitoring Function)

    Detailed Information Display (Monitoring Function) Detailed Information Display (Monitoring Function) Select the desired projector icon in the group/keyword tree view pane, and perform (a), (b) or (c). Right-click the selected projector icon, and select Property in the context menu Select File → Property on the menu bar.

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    Lamp 3 operating time Lamp 3 remaining time Lamp 4 status Lamp 4 operating time Lamp 4 remaining time Intake temperature Exhaust temperature Optical module temperature Projector operating time Main microcomputer software version Network microcomputer software version Serial number Self-diagnosis results...

  • Page 27: Addition/deletion Of Items To/from Detailed Information

    Select an item in the Display Item list ( the above diagram) by using the << button (bottom button in Select an item in the Item of Projector Detailed Information list, and move it to the Display Item list by using the >> button (top button in in the above diagram) to add it to the detailed information display.

  • Page 28: Error Display (monitoring Function)

    * Keyword icons will not change. When icons indicating a warning or error are shown, select the Error Projector tab. ⇒ The display changes to a screen that shows a list of all projectors that have generated a warning or error.

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    Warning/Error Generating Conditions When a warning or error is detected, the projector unit will be set to the following status. Detected warning/error Intake temperature, exhaust temperature or optical module temperature is high. Temperature warning Optical module temperature is low. Intake temperature, exhaust temperature or optical module temperature is high.

  • Page 30: Error Log Storage/file Output

    The projector error log is stored for the time period specified in the software. The error log can also be output to a file (csv format). Select File → Save Error Projector Information on the menu bar, and select the location to save the log and •...

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    Projector Name, Developer, Model Name, Checked Time, Error Status, Self Diagnosis Projector Name, Developer, Model Name, Checked Time, Error Status, Self Diagnosis F100NT-3, Panasonic, F100NT, 2008/03/10 12:54:47, 120000, 0000000000000000 F100NT-3, Panasonic, F100NT, 2008/03/10 12:54:47, 120000, 0000000000000000 D5700-1, Panasonic, D5700, 2008/03/21 08:11:47, 002000, 0000000000000000...

  • Page 32: Executing A Control Command

    Operation Instructions ( Executing a Control Command Executing a Control Command Select a group/keyword/projector icon in the group/keyword tree view pane Select Control → Control Command on the menu bar to open the control command execution window the above diagram).

  • Page 33: Scheduling Function

    Scheduling Function Scheduling Function In the group/keyword tree view pane, select the icon of a group/keyword/projector to be programmed for a scheduled operation, and perform either (a) or (b). (a) Right-click the selected icon, and select Schedule in the context menu (b) Select File →...

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    When a schedule is set from a location other than the selected group/keyword/projector, The "Set Position" indicates the location where the schedule was programmed. If it was set for the group to which the projector belongs, "G: Group Name" is indicated. If it was set for the keyword assigned to the projector, "K: Keyword"...

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    Displaying a Schedule List and Confirming Overlapping Schedules If there are overlapping schedules (with the same start time specified twice or more), proper operation of the projector cannot be guaranteed. Therefore, it is necessary to correct overlapping schedules. Displaying the Schedule "Set Position"...

  • Page 36: Operation Instructions (11), Opening The Web Control Screen

    Opening the Web Control Screen Opening the Web Control Screen To open the Web Control screen, double-click a projector name in the brief information display pane or right-click it and select Web Control. The Web Control screen can also be opened from a Web browser.

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    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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