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Multifunctional Presentation Kit
YP-100
User's Guide
Be sure to read the precautions in the separate Getting Started Guide. The Getting
Started Guide also includes information about connecting the YP-100 to a projector.
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    • CASIO COMPUTER CO., LTD. shall not be held liable for any loss or lost profits due to loss of data due to malfunction or maintenance of this product, or any other reason.

  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Connecting a USB Device to the YP-100 ...... 9 Turning On the YP-100 after Connecting a USB Device ....... 9 Connecting to a USB Device while the YP-100 is On ........9 Installing YP-100 Software ........... 10 Minimum System Requirements ..............10 To install software ..................

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    Wireless LAN)..............47 Supported Wireless LAN Devices ............47 Computer Requirements ................47 Preparing the Computer for Wireless LAN Connection with the YP-100 ..48 About the YP-100’s Wireless LAN............49 Wireless Function and Wireless Connection Software ........ 49 About Connection Profiles................49 Establishing a Wireless LAN Connection between the YP-100 and a Computer ................

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    Specifying the Quality of Images Sent from a Computer ......78 Manual Connection Setting Reference ............79 Returning YP-100’s Wireless Settings to Their Initial Defaults ....83 Viewing Wireless Connection Help .............. 84 Viewing Wireless Connection Version Information ........84 Wireless LAN Connection Troubleshooting..........85...

  • Page 5: About This Manual

    USB port of the YP-100 (Multifunctional Presentation Kit). Terms and Conventions In this manual, there are many procedures that require parallel operations on the YP-100 and your computer. The following are special terms and conventions used in this manual to differentiate between the YP-100 and computer.

  • Page 6: About The Yp-100's Usb Functions

    About the YP-100’s USB Functions The USB port that is built into the YP-100 lets you connect an external USB device and use it as an input source for image projection. USB Memory Device You can connect a commercially available USB memory device to the USB port of the YP- 100 and project images and movies stored on the device from the projector also connected to the YP-100.

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    YP-100 CASIO YW-2 You can have up to four computers connected to the YP-100 over a wireless LAN at the same time. Use the remote controller that comes with the YP-100 to select which of the four computer screens you want to project.

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    Document Camera (CASIO YC-400) You can connect a CASIO YC-400 Document Camera to the USB port of the YP-100 and project the images of documents placed on the document stage of the YC-400. XJ-S30, etc. YP-100 YC-400 For more information, see “Performing a Presentation Using the YC-400 Document Camera”...

  • Page 9: Connecting A Usb Device To The Yp-100

    YP-100, or whether the YP-100 is already on when you connect them. Turning On the YP-100 after Connecting a USB Device The YP-100 will perform the following operations if you turn it on while a USB device is connected to its USB port. When this type of...

  • Page 10: Installing Yp-100 Software

    Convert files created with PowerPoint to image (JPEG) files and store EZ-Converter them on a USB memory device Send computer screen contents to the YP-100 over a wireless connection Wireless Connection and project them from the projector connected to the YP-100...

  • Page 11: To Install Software

    To install software Place the bundled CD-ROM into your computer’s CD-ROM drive. This displays the dialog box shown below. Select the check box of the software you want to install. Click the [Install] button. This will start installation. Keep clicking the [Next] button on the dialog boxes that appear. If your computer is running Windows XP and the dialog box shown below appears, click the [Continue Anyway] button.

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    The dialog box shown below will appear after installation is complete. Click the [Finish] button.

  • Page 13: Projecting Presentation Images From A Usb Memory Device

    This section explains how to perform the following operations. Using the bundled EZ-Converter software to save a presentation file to a USB memory device Connecting a USB memory device to the YP-100 and using Viewer to project image or movie data contained on the device Important! In order to perform the procedures in this section, you will first need to install the EZ- Converter software from the bundled CD-ROM onto your computer.

  • Page 14: Supported Playback Data Types

    Supported Playback Data Types The image data types listed below can be played back using the YP-100’s Viewer. JPEG format (jpg, jpeg, jpe) and BMP format (bmp) image files • Playback of image files of approximately 6 Mbytes is supported.

  • Page 15: Main Ez-converter Functions

    Starting Up and Exiting EZ-Converter To start up EZ-Converter On your computer’s Windows Start menu, select [All Programs] - [CASIO] - [EZ-Converter]. This will cause the EZ-Converter window shown below to appear. The above window indicates that there is no presentation data currently open. This is what we call an “empty”...

  • Page 16: Creating New Presentation Data

    Creating New Presentation Data There are two ways that you can use EZ-Converter to create new presentation data: by converting a PowerPoint file (see below) or by inserting image files into the presentation data manually (page 18). Creating Presentation Data by Converting a PowerPoint File This procedure creates presentation data that includes all of the pages of the PowerPoint file.

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    Select the PowerPoint file you want to convert and then click [Open]. This starts conversion of the PowerPoint file, which is indicated by the appearance of a dialog box that shows the progress of the conversion. After conversion is complete, the EZ-Converter widow will reappear with thumbnails of the converted images.

  • Page 18: Creating Presentation Data By Inserting Image Files Manually

    Note Instead of steps 3 and 4 of the above procedure, you could also drop a single PowerPoint file into the EZ-Converter window. Converting a PowerPoint file to presentation data will generate the following folder, image files and presentation file. Example: When converting a 50-page PowerPoint file named “MeetingDocuments”...

  • Page 19: Configuring The Option Setting

    Drag the selected files into the EZ-Converter window. This will insert the image files into the presentation data and display their thumbnails in the EZ-Converter window. Add, delete, move, and otherwise edit the images as required. For details, see “Editing Presentation Data” (page 20). Configure presentation playback settings.

  • Page 20: Editing Presentation Data

    Configure the setting on the dialog box as described below. When you want to do this when converting a Select this setting: PowerPoint file to presentation data: Save image files as high-quality JPEG files [High-quality] Save image files as higher compression JPEG [Normal-quality] files After selecting the setting you want, click the [OK] button.

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    Note Instead of steps 2 and 3 of the above procedure, you could click or you could select [Add Image to Presentation File] on the [Edit] menu. Then on the dialog box that appears, select one image file that you want to add to the presentation data. This will insert the image file into the presentation data immediately following the image you selected in step 1, above.

  • Page 22: Configuring Presentation Data Playback Settings

    Configuring Presentation Data Playback Settings You can configure the following playback settings for playback of EZ-Converter presentation data with the Viewer of the YP-100. • Manual or auto image change • Display time of each image file during auto image change •...

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    Configure the following settings on the dialog box. When you want to do this: Do this: Change images manually during a Select [Manual] for [Display Interval]. presentation Have images change automatically during a Select [Auto] for [Display Interval]. presentation Specify the display interval during auto image Tap the down arrow button of the box under change [Display Interval] and select an interval value...

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    Image Transition Effects When “On” is selected for the “Image Transition Effect” setting on the “Presentation File Setup” dialog box, you can select a visual effect to be applied any time you transition from one image file to another. The following shows examples of each of the available effects.

  • Page 25: Saving Presentation Data

    Saving Presentation Data Use the procedures in this section to save presentation data to a USB memory device or to your computer’s hard disk. To save presentation data to a new file Perform the procedure under “Creating New Presentation Data” (page 16). If you want to save the presentation data to a USB memory device, connect the device to your computer’s USB port.

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    Note Performing this procedure will generate the presentation files shown below. Example: When you input the folder name “Market Data 2006” for a 50-image presentation Market Data 2006 (Folder) Market Data 2006.plf Presentation file Market Data 2006 001.jpg Market Data 2006 002.jpg Market Data 2006 003.jpg Image files Market Data 2006 050.jpg...

  • Page 27: Opening Presentation Data

    Opening Presentation Data Use the procedure below to open existing presentation data in order to edit it or to save it under a different name. Note To open presentation data, specify a presentation file (plf). To open a presentation file If the presentation data you want to open is stored on a USB memory device, connect the device to your computer’s USB port.

  • Page 28: Ez-converter Menu And Button Reference

    EZ-Converter Menu and Button Reference This section provides detailed information about the EZ-Converter menu commands and about the buttons that appear on the EZ-Converter window. Perform this menu Or click To do this: operation: this button: Convert a PowerPoint file to presentation data and display [File] - [Convert it in the EZ-Converter window PowerPoint File]...

  • Page 29: Playing A Presentation With Viewer

    Playing a Presentation with Viewer Viewer is an application built into the YP-100 that lets you display image files and play back movie files that are stored on a USB memory device that is connected to the YP- 100. Viewer starts up automatically whenever you connect a supported USB memory device (see “Supported USB Memory Devices”...

  • Page 30: File Menu Operations

    Note Only files of formats that are recognized by the YP-100 (jpg, jpeg, jpe, bmp, avi, mp4) appear in the file menu. Note that even if a file appears in the file menu, it does not mean that the file can be displayed or played back by the...

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    To switch between the thumbnail view and the tree view Press the [FUNC] key. This displays the Viewer function menu shown below. Use the [ ] key to move the highlighting to “Screen Format” and then press the [ENTER] key. This toggles between the thumbnail view and the tree view To scroll file menu pages To scroll to the next menu page press the [ ] key.

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    To select a file or a folder Thumbnail View Use the cursor keys to move the highlighting to the file or folder you want to select. Highlighting Tree View Use the [ ] and [ ] cursor keys to move the highlighting to the file or folder you want to select.

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    ] key. This will display a full-size version of the image that fills the projection area. Now the YP-100 will advance to the next image automatically at a regular interval (default: 5 seconds). If “Manual” is selected for the “Image Switching” setting, the image will not change automatically.

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    Note A slideshow displays the image files (jpg or bmp) that are included in the same folder as the image file you select in step 1 of the above procedure. All other files are ignored. For details about operations you can perform during a slideshow, see “Operations during a Slideshow”...

  • Page 35: Using The Presentation Menu

    The folder that contains the presentation file created using the EZ-Converter software (page 14) that comes bundled with the YP-100 is called a “presentation folder”. Presentation folders appear along with other folders on the Viewer file menu, and they are indistinguishable from other folders.

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    To perform a slideshow by running a presentation file Use the [ ] and [ ] keys to move the highlighting to the presentation file you want to run. Press the [ENTER] key or the [ ] key. This will start the currently selected presentation file. The image file sequence, display time for each image, and image transition effect will all be in accordance with the settings stored in the presentation file.

  • Page 37: Operations During Image File Content Projection

    Operations during Image File Content Projection To scroll between image files Use the [ ] and [ ] keys. To do this: Press this key: Display the content of the next image file Display the content of the previous image file Note Scrolling to a file that is too large to fit within the projection area will cause the message “Cannot display an image file.”...

  • Page 38: Operations During A Slideshow

    Operations during a Slideshow To pause a slideshow while auto image change is turned on Press the [ ] key. To unpause a slideshow while auto image change is turned on Press the [ ] key. To scroll between image files during a slideshow Use the cursor keys.

  • Page 39: Slideshow Start Error

    To stop movie playback and return to the file menu, press the [ESC] key. Note Pressing the [ENTER] key while a file whose playback is not supported by the YP-100 is selected will cause the error message “This movie file cannot be played back.” to...

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    Operations during Movie File Playback You can perform the operations described below during movie file playback. To do this: Perform this operation: Pause movie playback Press the [ENTER] key. To restart movie playback after it has been pause, press the [ENTER] key again.

  • Page 41: Configuring Viewer Setup Menu Settings

    Configuring Viewer Setup Menu Settings You can use the Viewer Setup Menu to configure viewer display settings and to perform a presentation using playback settings that are different from those that were stored with presentation data using EZ-Converter. Note When you perform a slideshow by running a presentation file created with EZ- Converter, the slideshow settings on the Viewer setup menu (Image Switching, Slideshow Display Interval, Slideshow Transition Effect, and Slideshow Repeat) are changed automatically to the playback settings (page 22) saved in the presentation...

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    What you should do next depends on whether or not [ENTER] is displayed at the far right of the setting you are configuring (the one that is highlighted). If [ENTER] is displayed: a. Press the [ENTER] key. b. On the submenu that appears, use [ ] and [ ] to move the highlighting to the setting you want to select.

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    Viewer Setup Menu Contents This section provides detailed explanations of all of the items included on the Viewer setup menu. Setting Name Description Image Zoom In the case of image sizes other than XGA, specifies whether or not to enlarge or reduce (zoom) images to fit the projection area. Zoom: Turns on image zooming.

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    Setting Name Description Slideshow Repeat Specifies whether or not slideshows and movie file playback should repeat when the end it reached. Slideshows and movie playback are repeated. Off: Slideshows and movie playback are not repeated. Movie Display Specifies the display size during movie playback. Zoom: Enlarges to the size of the projection area.

  • Page 45: Viewer Error Messages

    Viewer Error Messages Message Cause Required Action There is a problem There is some problem Use EZ-Converter to regenerate the entire with the slideshow with the presentation file set of presentation data (presentation file setup file. Cannot created with EZ-Converter. and image files) and save the new data to start the slideshow.

  • Page 46: Viewer Troubleshooting

    Viewer Troubleshooting Some folders and/or files are not displayed in the file menu • All the folders and/or files contained in a folder will not be displayed if there are more than 999 folders and/or files inside the folder. If this happens, reduce the number of folders and/or files in the folder.

  • Page 47: Performing A Presentation Using A Wireless Lan (projecting Computer Screen Contents Over A Wireless Lan)

    Performing a Presentation Using a Wireless LAN (Projecting Computer Screen Contents Over a Wireless LAN) This section explains how to establish a wireless LAN connection between the YP-100 and a computer and project the computer’s screen contents over the wireless LAN.

  • Page 48: Preparing The Computer For Wireless Lan Connection With The Yp-100

    On your computer, install “Wireless Connection” from the CD-ROM that comes bundled with the YP-100. For more information, see “Installing YP-100 Software” (page 10). Connect the YW-2 wireless adapter to your computer’s USB port. If you are using another wireless LAN adapter (including a computer’s built-...

  • Page 49: About The Yp-100's Wireless Lan

    About the YP-100’s Wireless LAN Wireless Function and Wireless Connection Software The YP-100 has a built-in function named “Wireless”, which you can use to configure YP- 100 settings for wireless LAN connection with a computer, and perform YP-100 operations (such as displaying connection information, switching computers when there are multiple computers connected over a wireless LAN, etc.) after a connection is established.

  • Page 50: Establishing A Wireless Lan Connection Between The Yp-100 And A Computer

    One YP-100 unit and Multiple (Up to 4) Computers Configure this connection using the Manual Connection Ad Hoc Mode. Make sure that all of the profile contents (except for the IP address) of the YP-100 and the computer are identical.

  • Page 51: Wireless Lan Connection Basics

    This section includes the basics for establishing a wireless LAN connection between the YP-100 and a single computer, or between the YP-100 and multiple computers. For details about increasing security and settings required for connection to a wireless LAN access point, see “Advanced Wireless LAN Connection Settings”...

  • Page 52: Establishing A Wireless Lan Connection With A Single Computer Using A Simple Connection

    This will cause the YP-100’s [POWER] indicator to light green. The YP-100 logo screen also will be projected by the connected projector. Connect the CASIO YW-2 wireless adapter to the YP-100’s USB port. You could also turn on the YP-100 with the wireless adapter already connected to the USB port. YP-100 will detect the wireless adapter and start up its Wireless function automatically.

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    This will cause the dialog box shown below to appear. When the computer finds the YP-100, communication will start between them. This will establish a wireless LAN connection between the computer and YP-100 automatically and cause the Wireless Connection window shown below to appear on the computer screen.

  • Page 54: Establishing A Wireless Lan Connection With Multiple Computers Using A Manual Connection

    Establishing a Wireless LAN Connection with Multiple Computers Using a Manual Connection This section explains how to connect up to four computers to a single YP-100 (over a wireless LAN access point) at the same time. The following are the general steps that are required.

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    Wireless Connection should start up automatically when you connect the YW-2 wireless adapter to the computer’s USB port. If it does not, go to the Windows [Start] menu and select [All Programs] - [CASIO] - [Wireless Connection]. On the Wireless Connection window of the first computer, select “Switch Connection Profile”...

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    Configure the settings on the dialog box. In this example, we will use the following settings. Dialog Box Item Setting Profile Name Test SSID CASIO_DPJ Access Mode Ad Hoc Security Setup WEP Key Format ASCII/128bit WEP Key/WPA/WPA2 Pass Phrase 1234567890abc DHCP IP Address 192.168.100.1...

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    Establishing a Wireless LAN Connection with a Single Computer Using a Simple Connection” on page 52 for more information. If a Simple Connection is already established between the first computer and the YP-100, proceed to step 2. On the Wireless Connection window of the first computer, select “Switch Connection Profile”...

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    Clicking the [OK] button in response to the “Overwrite it?” message will cause the settings of the first computer to be sent to the YP-100. At this time, the Manual Connection 1 settings of the YP-100 will be overwritten with the “Test” settings of the connection profile of the computer (see step 3 above).

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    Move the highlighting to the YP-100 unit to which you want to connect and then click the [OK] button. The computer will connect with the YP-100 and the above dialog box will close. Confirm that the “Connection Profile”...

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    On the Wireless Connection window, select “Options” on the “Tools” menu. This will display a dialog box for configuring the option setting. In the “User Name” box, enter the user name (the name you want to appear in the projection area when projecting the screen contents of this computer) for the computer whose settings you are configuring.

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    This will display a user menu like the one shown below. You can use the user menu when multiple computers are connected to the YP-100 to select which computer’s screen image will fill the entire projection area. The location of each computer’s image on the user menu screen will be in accordance with the projection area position button you selected for the computer.

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    Click the [Close] button. This will cause the dialog box shown below to appear. When the computer finds the YP-100, the display will change to a dialog box like the one shown below for selecting the connected device. Move the highlighting to the YP-100 unit to which you want to connect and then click the [OK] button.

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    This will cause the contents of the highlighted computer screen to fill the entire projection area. For details about Wireless Connection window operations and YP-100 remote controller operations you can perform after establishing a connection, see “Using Wireless LAN for...

  • Page 64: Advanced Wireless Lan Connection Settings

    See “Establishing a Wireless LAN Connection with a Single Computer Using a Simple Connection” on page 52 for more information. If a Simple Connection is already established between the first computer and the YP-100, proceed to step 2. On the Wireless Connection window of the computer, click the button.

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    On the initial Web Setup page, click the [Change Password] button. This will display the change password page. In the “Current Password” box, enter the current password (“casio” if you have not yet changed the initial default password) and then enter the new password into the “New Password”...

  • Page 66: Enabling And Disabling Web Setup

    To enable and disable Web Setup While Wireless is shown in the projection area, press the [MENU] key on the YP-100 remote controller. This will display the Wireless setup menu. Press the [ ] key to move the highlighting to “Web Setup”.

  • Page 67: Switching The Yp-100 Connection Profile

    The contents of the Wireless function menu will differ according to the operational status of the YP-100 when you press the [FUNC] key. The above example shows the menu when the [FUNC] key is pressed while “Standing by for connection...” is displayed in the projection area.

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    Press the [ ] key to move the highlighting to “Yes” and then press the [ENTER] key. This will switch to the YP-100 connection profile you highlighted in step 2 and then display the “Standing by for connection...” message. This is the display of the connection...

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    Switch the settings on the computer and then re-connect. Click the [OK] button. This will switch the YP-100 to the connection profile you selected in step 2 and terminate the current wireless LAN connection between YP-100 and computer. At this time, the message “Standing by for connection...” will appear in the projection area, along with the connection profile you switched with “Connection Profile”...

  • Page 70: Assigning A Name To A Yp-100 Unit

    Assigning a Name to a YP-100 Unit You can use Web Setup to assign a unique name to each unit, which comes in YP-100 handy when you are using multiple units. The projector name you assign is YP-100 displayed in the following locations.

  • Page 71: Configuring A Connection Keyword

    Select “On” when you want to require input for connection from a computer to the YP-100 over a wireless LAN, or “Off” to turn off the connection keyword. After the settings are the way you want, click the [Save] button.

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    [OK] button. If the input connection keyword is correct, a wireless LAN connection will be established between the YP-100 and computer and the computer screen contents will be sent to the YP-100. The connection keyword you input will be cleared if it does not match the one that is assigned to the YP-100.

  • Page 73: Modifying Yp-100 Manual Connection Settings

    To use a modified connection profile for a wireless LAN connection, you will need to switch to the profile (unless you modified the connection profile that you are currently using). For details, see “To switch the YP-100 connection profile” (page 68).

  • Page 74: Creating A Computer Connection Profile

    LAN connection using the Access Point Mode, you need to configure settings to match the actual access point. When configuring the IP address of the YP-100 (and the computer connecting to the YP-100 over the wireless LAN connection), you need to make sure that the IP address of the access point is different from all other IP addresses within the same network.

  • Page 75

    Perform the procedure under “To switch the YP-100 connection profile” (page 68) to switch the YP-100 connection profile to “Manual Connection 3”. This will cause the “Standing by for connection...” screen to appear in the projection area. Confirm that the screen shows “Manual Connection 3” for the connection profile.

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    This closes the connection profile switching dialog box and displays the dialog box shown below. When the computer finds the YP-100, the display will change to a dialog box like the one shown below for selecting the connected device. Move the highlighting to “Projector A” for the projector name and then click the [OK] button.

  • Page 77: Deleting A Computer Connection Profile

    Start menu: [All Programs] - [CASIO] - [Wireless Connection]. This step is not necessary if the Wireless Connection window is already displayed. On the Wireless Connection window, select “Switch Connection Profile” on the “Connection”...

  • Page 78: Assign A User Name To A Computer For Projection

    User names make it possible to identify each computer when multiple computers are connected to the at the same time. The user name assigned to a computer will YP-100 appear in the projection area when the computer’s screen contents are projected. Use Wireless Connection to assign a user name to each computer.

  • Page 79: Manual Connection Setting Reference

    Manual Connection Setting Reference This section provides detailed explanations of all of the manual connection settings. • See “To modify YP-100 manual connection settings” (page 73) for information about how to change manual connection settings. YP-100 • For information about creating a computer manual connection setting profile for wireless LAN connection with the , refer to “To create a new computer connection profile”...

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    Input up to 32 single-byte alphanumeric characters. Access Mode Specifies either wireless LAN connection through an access point or direct connection between the YP-100 and computer without going through an access point. Access Point: Specifies wireless LAN connection through an access point.

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    IP Address Configuration of this setting is required when “Off” is selected for “DHCP”. Enter the IP address that is assigned to the YP-100/computer. The IP address consists of four values in the range of 0 to 255, separated by...

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    1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11: Specify a channel that should be used for wireless LAN communication. The same channel must be set on the YP-100 and the computer that will be communicating with each other over the wireless LAN connection.

  • Page 83: Returning Yp-100's Wireless Settings To Their Initial Defaults

    Returning YP-100’s Wireless Settings to Their Initial Defaults You can return all YP-100’s Wireless function settings to their initial defaults by executing “Initialize Wireless Setup”. The following are the Wireless initial default settings configured by this operation. Dialog Box Item...

  • Page 84: Viewing Wireless Connection Help

    Viewing Wireless Connection Help To view Wireless Connection help, select “Help” on the Wireless Connection window “Help” menu. Viewing Wireless Connection Version Information To view Wireless Connection version information, select “About Wireless Connection...” on the Wireless Connection window “Help” menu.

  • Page 85: Wireless Lan Connection Troubleshooting

    “Simple Connection 1” on the YP-100). Make sure the same connection profile is selected on both. Also check the following. • Are the YP-100 and computer too far apart or are they separated by a wall or other barrier? Try moving the YP-100 and computer so they are closer to each other.

  • Page 86

    You cannot establish a Manual Connection between the YP-100 and a single computer or multiple computers. Except for the IP address setting, all of the settings configured for the YP-100 and the computer(s) must match in order to establish a Manual Connection. Use the following procedures to display and check the YP-100 and computer settings.

  • Page 87

    When you establish a wireless LAN connection between the YP-100 and a computer, it takes a log of time before the contents of the computer screen is projected. It can take some time for a wireless LAN connection to be established between the YP- 100 and computer if any other network connection besides the wireless network connection used by the YW-2 wireless adapter is enabled on the computer.

  • Page 88

    YP-100 and computer, check the following points. • The Web Setup of the YP-100 may be disabled. Use the procedure under “To enable and disable Web Setup” (page 66) to check the current setting. If it is “Disable”, change it to “Enable”.

  • Page 89: Wireless Connection Menus And Button Reference

    – Connection Profile] YP-100 Terminate the wireless LAN connection between a computer and the YP-100 and quit Wireless [Connection] - [Exit] – Connection Select the mouse cursor shape for the projection [Tools] - [Mouse Cursor...

  • Page 90: Using Wireless Lan For Projection

    Simple Connection is established. This means you do not have to click the button to project the image. • This will send the contents of the computer screen to the YP-100, which will project it. The color of the button at this time will change from black to green.

  • Page 91

    Note While the computer screen contents are being projected, the mouse cursor will be displayed in accordance with the Mouse Cursor Emulation settings configure with Wireless Connection. For details, see “To display a mouse cursor in the projection area” (page 91). To pause computer screen contents as they are being projected On the computer screen, click the button on the Wireless Connection window.

  • Page 92

    Wireless Connection window, or select “Disconnect” on the “Connection” menu. This will terminate the wireless LAN connection between the computer and YP-100 and display “Standing by for connection...” in the projection area. To restore the wireless LAN connection between a computer and YP-100...

  • Page 93: Operations While Multiple Computers Are Connected To The Yp-100 Over A Wireless Lan

    To check which computer’s screen contents currently are being projected. On the YP-100 remote controller, press the [ ] key. This will display the user name of the computer whose screen contents are currently being projected. To switch projection from the screen contents of one computer to another While the screen contents of one of the computer’s connected over a wireless...

  • Page 94

    Under initial default settings, the user name is displayed in the upper left corner of the projection area whenever you switch projection from the contents of one computer screen to another, or when a single computer is connected to the YP-100 over a wireless LAN.

  • Page 95: Performing A Presentation Using The Yc-400 Document Camera

    YC Camera Application Function and Operation Overview YC Camera is an application built into the YP-100 that makes it possible to control the YC- 400 document camera from the YP-100. With the YC Camera application you can project the image of documents placed on the document stage of the document camera. Connecting the document camera to the YP-100 USB port and turning on the document camera will cause the YC Camera application to start up automatically.

  • Page 96

    To connect the document camera to the YP-100 and project the image of a document Connect the AC adaptor that comes with the YP-100 to the AC adaptor terminal, and plug the AC adaptor into a power outlet. This will cause the YP-100 to turn on automatically.

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    This will turn on the document camera, which will cause its lens to extend. The YP-100 will recognize the document camera and start up the YC Camera application automatically. When the YC Camera application starts up, the YP-100 will project an image of the document stage along with a dialog box for adjusting the document camera position.

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    Step 5 above is what happens while the YC Camera application is configured YP-100’s with its initial default settings. The recorded image will not switch automatically if you have changed the “Operation Mode” setting of the YC Camera application to “Manual Capture”.

  • Page 99: Yc Camera Application Operations

    The procedures in this section assume that you have already connected the YC-400 Document Camera to the YP-100 as explained under “Connecting the Document Camera to the YP-100” (page 95), and that the YP-100’s YC Camera application is running. YC Camera Application Projection Operations The operations in this section are performed using the YC Camera function menu, which appears when you press the [FUNC] key while the YC Camera application is running.

  • Page 100

    To adjust the document camera’s zoom setting Press the [FUNC] key to display the YC Camera application function menu. Use the [ ] key to move the highlighting to “Camera Zoom/Focus” and then press the [ENTER] key. This causes the YC Camera Zoom/Focus dialog box to appear in the projection area. The “Optical Zoom”...

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    To adjust the camera position Remove all documents and objects from the document stage. Press the [FUNC] key to display the YC Camera application function menu. Use the [ ] key to move the highlighting to “Adjust Camera Position” and then press the [ENTER] key.

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    To rotate the currently projected image Note This operation will affect only the image that is currently being projected. The projection image produced the next time you release the shutter will be projected in accordance with the settings on the YC Camera Application Setup Menu (page 104). Press the [FUNC] key to display the YC Camera application function menu.

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    To perform manual skew correction on the currently projected image Note Skew correction automatically straightens the image of a document that is misaligned on the document stage of the document camera. Under its initial defaults, the YC Camera application is configured to perform skew correction automatically. You can also turn off auto skew correction.

  • Page 104: Configuring Yc Camera Application Setup Menu Settings

    Configuring YC Camera Application Setup Menu Settings You can use the YC Camera setup menu to configure various YC Camera application operation settings. To configure YC Camera application setup menu settings Press the [MENU] key to display the YC Camera application setup menu. Use [ ] and [ ] to select the menu item whose setting you want to change.

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    To restore all settings on the YC Camera application setup menu to their initial factory defaults Press the [MENU] key to display the YC Camera application setup menu. Press the [ ] key to move the highlighting to “Initialize YC Camera Setup” and then press the [ENTER] key.

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    YC Camera Application Setup Menu Contents This section provides detailed explanations of all of the items included on the YC Camera application setup menu. The initial default setting for each item is indicated by an asterisk (*). Setting Name Description Operation Mode Specifies whether recording of documents placed on the document stage of the document camera should be performed automatically or manually.

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    Setting Name Description Skew Correction Specifies whether or not skew correction should be performed automatically on the projected image. On*: Turns on automatic skew correction. Off: Turns off automatic skew correction. Project Document Specifies whether or not the camera’s monitor image should be projected Monitor Image when a document is removed from the document stage.

  • Page 108: Appendix

    Appendix Specifying the Display Language You can use the following procedure to change the display language setting of the YP-100 at any time. To specify the display language While there is nothing connected to the USB port of the YP-100, press the [MENU] key.

  • Page 109: Returning The Setup Menu To Its Initial Default Settings

    To restore all settings on the setup menu to their initial defaults While there is nothing connected to the USB port of the YP-100, press the [MENU] key. This will display the setup menu shown below.

  • Page 110: Hanging The Yp-100 From The Ceiling

    The YP-100 can be hung from the ceiling or mounted on another secure surface for connection to a ceiling-mounted projector. For this type of installation, you will need to provide a mounting bracket for the YP-100 like the one shown in the illustration below.

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    Be sure to request the services of a qualified specialist whenever mounting or maintaining the YP-100. After installing the YP-100 with a mounting bracket, check the screws periodically to make sure that they are not loose. For full details, contact the retailer where you purchased the YP-100.

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