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Projector Monitoring Software
Ver. 1.0.0
User's Manual

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    Projector Monitoring Software Ver. 1.0.0 User’s Manual...

  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Introduction "Projector Monitoring Software" (hereafter referred to as "this software") is a software that uniformly manages network-connected compliant Canon Projectors, via network. Operating conditions and maintenance information of up to 253 projectors can be monitored and managed. This manual describes the introduction of this software, and its routine operation.

  • Page 3: Chapter 1 • Introduction

    CHAPTER 1 • Introduction CCCCTCC C Introduction Introduction Crocess Prepare for introduction of this software as shown below. Prepare an administrative computer that is C Creparing an administrative connected to a network. Projectors connected to computer the local area network can be managed.

  • Page 4: System Requirements

    Windows XP: .NET Framework 2.0 SP1 or more Windows Vista : .NET Framework 3.0 or more Installing the Software Install this software with the following procedures. You must have authorization as a Computer Administrator to install programs. Run the installer for this software.

  • Page 5: Configuring The Network Settings Of The Software

    Configure the network range for discovering projectors. Methods vary depending on "SNMP V1/V2c/V3" and "LV Series". Configure each protocols respectively. ■ For SNMP V1/V2c/V3 When using "SNMP V1" / "SNMP V2c" / "SNMP V3", you can specify a broadcast address or IP address range for discovery. Select a protocol type and configure the range for discovery. Configure SNMP V1/V2c/V3 with the following procedures. Configuration can be done with the same procedures. SNMP V3 is used in this example. From [Discovery settings] of the [Option] menu, select a name of protocol ([SNMP V1] / [SNMP V2c] / [SNMP V3]) to configure.

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    Community Name Enter a community name within 15 one-byte alphanumeric characters and symbols. Timeout Enter a number of seconds to time out, from 1 to 9. Password Enter a password within 8 to 15 one-byte alphanumeric (SNMP V3 only) characters and symbols.

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    Place a checkmark if encrypted. Remove a checkmark if not. (SNMP V3 only) Note An error message will appear and settings will not be registered if a value of an entry is invalid or insufficient. Correct it as required. Entries will be cancelled if [X] (Close) or [Cancel] button is clicked before clicking the [OK] button.

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    ■ For LV Series When using LV series, specify an IP address of the projector for discovery. Note With LV series, you can not discover using broadcast addresses or IP address ranges. With LV series, it is recommended to use a fixed IP address for the projector. If DHCP is configured to automatically assign IP addresses, you will need to reconfigure this software everytime the projector's IP address changes. Configure LV series with the following procedures. From [Discovery setting] of the [Option] menu, select [LV series] to configure. [Discovery settings] dialog will display.

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    Enter a number of seconds to time out, from 1 to 9. Note An error message will appear and settings will not be registered if a value of an entry is invalid or insufficient. Correct it as required. Entries will be cancelled if [X] (Close) or [Cancel] button is clicked before clicking the [OK] button.

  • Page 10: Configuring The Polling Interval Settings

    [Refresh projector status] from the [View] menu. Discover Select a polling interval from "1 hour/2 hour/3 hour/6 hour/12 projector every hour/24 hour/Not specified", for discovering new projectors. If "Not specified" is chosen, poll manually with [Discover projector] from the [View] menu. Note Settings will be cancelled if [X] (Close) or [Cancel] button is clicked before clicking the [OK] button.

  • Page 11: Chapter 2 • Routine Operation

    [Projector Monitoring Software] and [Projector Monitoring Software]. The main screen displaying projector groups and information of recognized projectors will display. Cxiting the Software Exit this software with the following procedures. Select [Exit] from the [Group] menu. Informations of projectors and groups are saved and the software will exit. Note You can also exit the software by clicking the [X] (close) button on the window's upper right, or by pressing the [Alt] + [F4] keys simultaneously.

  • Page 12: Main Screen

    CHAPTER 2 • Routine Operation Main Screen The main screen displays the following information. For operating procedures, see referring pages for details. Menu bar Projector list (see p. 17) Status bar Projector group list (see p. 13) Name Description Menu bar Displays the function menu. Projector group list Displays projector groups.

  • Page 13: Using The Projector Group List

    CHAPTER 2 • Routine Operation Using the Crojector Group List 2.4.1 About Projector Groups Projectors connected to the network can be managed in groups using this software. Projector groups vary as described below: Type Description Typical group Typical group that automatically classifies managed projectors depending on its status.

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    Select a status of the lamp from "Normal", "Obtain a new lamp", "Replace with the new lamp", "Obtain or replace with the new lamp", or "Warning". Lamp Time Select from "over" or "less than", and enter a number from 0 to (converted) 99999 for lamp usage time. Filter Select a status of the filter from "Normal", "Cleaning the air filter",...

  • Page 15: Changing Projector Group Settings

    CHAPTER 2 • Routine Operation Note An error message will appear and settings will not be registered if a value of an entry is invalid or insufficient. Correct it as required. Entries will be cancelled if [X] (Close) or [Cancel] button is clicked before clicking the [OK] button. 2.4.3 Changing Projector Group Settings You can change the settings of a created "Status group" or "User group." If all conditions in a "Status group" are deleted, it will automatically be a "User group." If more than one condition...

  • Page 16: Deleting A Projector Group

    Deleting a Projector Group "Status group" and "User group" created by the user can be deleted. Note You can not delete the "Typical group." Delete a projector group with the following procedures. Select a projector group to delete from the Projector group list, and select [Delete] from the [Group] menu. Confirm the dialog and click [Yes]. Selected projector group will be deleted.

  • Page 17: Using The Projector List

    CHAPTER 2 • Routine Operation Using the Crojector List 2.5.1 Confirming the Status of a Projector Confirm detailed properties of a projector shown in the Projector list with the following procedures. Select a projector to confirm the properties from the Projector list, and select [Projector information] from the [Projector] menu. Properties dialog of the selected projector will display.

  • Page 18: Entering Comments

    CHAPTER 2 • Routine Operation 2.5.2 Entering Comments Enter comments such as contact numbers and maintenance records in projectors with the following procedures. Select a projector to confirm the properties from the Projector list, and select [Projector information] from the [Projector] menu. Properties dialog of the selected projector will display. Click the comment field to enter comments. Up to 512 one-byte characters can be entered in the comment field. Click [OK] when you have finished entering comments. Entered comments will be saved.

  • Page 19: Displaying The Projector Settings Dialog

    Moving Projectors to other User Groups Move selected projectors to other User groups with the following procedures. Select a projector to move from the Projector list, and select [Move] from the [Projector] menu followed by the target User group. Selected projector will move to the specified User group.

  • Page 20: Discovering Projectors

    Copying Projectors to other User Groups Copy selected projectors to other User groups with the following procedures. Select a projector to copy from the Projector list, and select [Copy] from the [Projector] menu followed by the target User group. Selected projector will copy to the specified User group.

  • Page 21: Setting The Protocol Of A Projector

    Community name E n t e r a c o m m u n i t y n a m e w i t h i n 1 5 o n e - b y t e (SNMP V1/V2c/V3 only) alphanumerical characters and symbols.

  • Page 22: Chapter 3 • Appendix

    Failed to run application. • Restart this software. Error code 11XX • If an error message continues to appear after restarting, uninstall this software then reinstall it. Failed to run application. Error code 12XX Error occurred while searching for •...

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    Network settings of the projector and • Configure the discovery settings or protocol settings protocol settings of this software are of this software to match the SNMP settings of the different differently projector. This software cannot communicate with the projector if SNMP version, community name and password do not match.

  • Page 24: Wux10 Usage Precaution

    CHAPTER 3 • Appendix WUXC0 Usage Crecaution Regarding currently available WUX10 projectors, [Input] and [Location] do not display. Also, this software will not display [Faulty Lamp] and [Faulty Power Supply] when they occur with the projector. (August 2009) LV Series Crojectors Usage Crecaution Names of [Input] display differently between this software and the projector. Refer to the chart below for corresponding input names.

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This manual also for:

Lv-7275, Lv-7370, Lv-7375, Lv-8300, Realis wux10

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