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YW-2L
Wireless Adapter
Wireless LAN Connection Guide
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  • Page 1: Wireless Adapter

    • 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

    Contents About this manual............4 Terms and Conventions ................. 4 Minimum System Requirements........5 Performing a Presentation using a Wireless LAN (Projecting Computer Screen Contents Over a Wireless LAN)..............6 Requirements for Wireless LAN Connection ..........6 Establishing a Wireless LAN Connection between the XJ-S35/YP-100 and a Computer ............7 Connection Profiles ................7 Starting Up and Exiting Wireless Connection 2........8...

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    Advanced Wireless LAN Connection Settings........20 Web Setup ....................20 Enabling and Disabling Web Setup.............. 22 Switching the Data Projector Connection Profile ......... 23 Assigning a Name to a Data Projector ............26 Configuring a Connection Keyword.............. 27 Modifying Data Projector Manual Connection Settings........ 29 Creating a Computer Connection Profile .............

  • Page 4: About This Manual

    About this manual... This manual explains how to establish a wireless LAN connection between a CASIO Data Projector and a computer, and send computer screen shots to the projector for projection. Terms and Conventions Unless expressly stated otherwise, the term “projector” in this manual refers to a CASIO Data Projector that supports wireless connection using a YW-2 wireless adapter* or to the CASIO YP-100 Multifunctional Presentation Kit.

  • Page 5: Minimum System Requirements

    Minimum System Requirements You need to install Wireless Connection 2 on your computer in order to send shots of your computer screen to and project them with the projector over a wireless connection. The following is the minimum operating environment for Wireless Connection 2. ®...

  • Page 6: Performing A Presentation Using A Wireless Lan (projecting Computer Screen Contents Over A Wireless Lan)

    Data Projector and a computer. Projector..1 Prepare a CASIO Data Projector that supports wireless connection* or a CASIO YP-100 Multifunctional Presentation Kit. If you are using the XJ-S35 or YP-100, be sure to read “Establishing a Wireless LAN Connection between the XJ-S35/YP-100 and a Computer”...

  • Page 7: Establishing A Wireless Lan Connection Between The Xj-s35/yp-100 And A Computer

    Establishing a Wireless LAN Connection between the XJ-S35/YP-100 and a Computer Note the following precautions when trying to establish a wireless LAN connection between the XJ-S35/YP-100 and a computer. The XJ-S35/YP-100 comes with Wireless Connection, which is a previous version of the wireless connection software.

  • Page 8: Starting Up And Exiting Wireless Connection 2

    • Double-click the icon on your Windows desktop. • On your computer’s Windows Start menu, select [All Programs] - [CASIO] - [Wireless Connection 2]. Important! If your computer is running Windows Vista, starting up Wireless Connection 2 will cause the “User Account Control”...

  • Page 9: Using A Simple Connection Profile For A Wireless Lan Connection Between The Data Projector And A Single Computer

    Turn on the Data Projector. Wait until the Data Projector’s POWER/STANDBY indicator is lit green. Connect the CASIO YW-2 wireless adapter to the Data Projector’s USB port. You also can connect the wireless adapter to the Data Projector before turning on the Data Projector.

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    Wait until the “Connect” dialog box like the one shown below appears. If your computer is running Windows Vista and the “Set Network Location” dialog box appears, click [Cancel] to close it. The above dialog box will close when the computer finds the Data Projector. Next, the Wireless Connection 2 window will appear on the computer’s display.

  • Page 11: Using A Manual Connection Profile For Wireless Lan Connection Between The Data Projector And One Or More Computers

    Data Projector. Do not use an older version of Wireless Connection. To change the Data Projector connection profile to Manual Connection 1 Turn on the Data Projector and connect the CASIO YW-2 wireless adapter to the Data Projector’s USB port.

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    To establish a wireless LAN connection with Manual Connection 1 between the first computer and the Data Projector On your computer, start up Wireless Connection 2. If your computer is running Windows Vista, starting up Wireless Connection 2 will cause the “User Account Control”...

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    When the computer finds the Data Projector, a Connection dialog box like the one shown below will appear. If there are other Data Projectors with wireless adapters connected in the area, all that are detected will appear in the list. If your computer is running Windows Vista and the “Set Network Location”...

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    On the Wireless Connection 2 window, click one of the projection area position buttons and then click the button. This will cause the contents of the computer screen to be projected so they fill the entire projection area. At this time the user name assigned to the computer will appear in the upper left corner of the projection area.

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    To establish a wireless LAN connection with Manual Connection 1 between the second and subsequent computers and the Data Projector On the computer, start up Wireless Connection 2. If your computer is running Windows Vista, starting up Wireless Connection 2 will cause the “User Account Control”...

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    Change the “IP Address” setting to “192.168.50.12” and then click the [Register] button. Important! The Data Projector and each of the computers (1 to 4) that will be connecting to the Data Projector over the wireless LAN all must have different IP addresses. On the confirmation dialog box that appears, click the [OK] button.

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    Move the highlighting to the Data Projector to which you want to connect and then click the [OK] button. The computer will connect with the Data Projector and then the Wireless Connection 2 window shown below will appear. Projection area position buttons (Step 10) On the Wireless Connection 2 window, click one of the projection area position buttons and then click the button.

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    On the Data Projector’s remote controller, press the [ ] key. This will display the user list screen, which shows thumbnails of the screen contents of each connected computer. On the Data Projector’s remote controller, use the [ ], [ ], [ ] and [ ] keys to select one of the thumbnails and then press the [ENTER] or [ ] key.

  • Page 19: Subsequent Wireless Lan Connection Between The Data Projector And Four Computers

    To establish a wireless LAN connection between four computers and the Data Projector using the same settings as the last connection Turn on the Data Projector and connect the CASIO YW-2 wireless adapter to the Data Projector’s USB port. This will start up Wireless automatically and display the “Standing by for connection...”...

  • Page 20: Advanced Wireless Lan Connection Settings

    Advanced Wireless LAN Connection Settings This section explains how to configure advanced settings for a wireless LAN connection between the Data Projector and a computer. Web Setup In order to modify the settings of a Data Projector manual setup profile and to configure advanced settings of other Data Projector settings, you need first to display a special web browser page named “Web Setup”...

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    Enter the password and then click the [OK] button. The initial default password is “casio”. The above step will display the Web Setup top page like the one shown below. Note For security reasons, be sure to change the password to something else as soon as possible.

  • Page 22: Enabling And Disabling Web Setup

    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 23: Switching The Data Projector Connection Profile

    Switching the Data Projector Connection Profile The Data Projector uses one of its six connection profiles to connect to a computer over a wireless LAN. You can use the following procedure to switch the connection profile as required. To view the Data Projector’s current connection profile information While Wireless is shown in the projection area, press the [FUNC] key on the Data Projector’s remote controller.

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    To switch the Data Projector connection profile On the Data Projector’s remote controller, press the [ ] key. This will cause the connection profile menu to appear in the projection area. The currently selected connection profiled is highlighted. Use the [ ] and [ ] keys to move the highlighting to the connection profile you want to select and then press the [ENTER] key.

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    To use Web Setup to modify the Data Projector connection profile from a computer Important! Performing the procedure below will terminate the current wireless LAN connection between the Data Projector and computer. To re-establish a connection, reconfigure the computer’s wireless LAN settings so they match those of the new Data Projector connection profile.

  • Page 26: Assigning A Name To A Data Projector

    Assigning a Name to a Data Projector You can use Web Setup to assign a unique name to each Data Projector, which comes in handy when you are using multiple projectors. The projector name you assign is displayed in the following locations. •...

  • Page 27: Configuring A Connection Keyword

    Configuring a Connection Keyword A connection keyword protects the Data Projector against unauthorized access when there are multiple computers connected over a wireless LAN using a manual connection profile. You can specify whether or not input of the connection keyword is required (connection keyword on/off) to establish a wireless LAN connection with the Data Projector from a computer, and you can register and modify the connection keyword as required.

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    To turn connection keyword input on or off on the Data Projector While Wireless is shown in the projection area, press the [MENU] key on the Data Projector’s remote controller. This will display the setup menu. Press the [ ] key to move the highlighting to “USB” and then press the [ENTER] key.

  • Page 29: Modifying Data Projector Manual Connection Settings

    Modifying Data Projector Manual Connection Settings The following are example cases in which you may want to modify Data Projector manual connection settings. • When you want to configure Data Projector settings to be compatible with information configured on the wireless LAN access point you are using •...

  • Page 30: Creating A Computer Connection Profile

    Creating a Computer Connection Profile After you modify the settings of the Data Projector’s manual setting profile, you will also need to modify the existing wireless LAN connection settings (connection profile) of the computer accordingly, or you will have to create a new connection profile. This section explains the procedure for using Wireless Connection 2 to create a new profile or to modify the existing profile of a computer.

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    Perform the procedure under “To switch the Data Projector connection profile” (page 24) to switch the Data Projector 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. On the Wireless Connection 2 window, select “Switch Connection Profile”...

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    After configuring all of the settings you want, click the [Register] button. On the confirmation dialog box that appears, click the [OK] button. This will register your settings as a new connection profile and return to the connection profile switching dialog box in step 1. Click the [Connect] button.

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    Start menu: [All Programs] - [CASIO] - [Wireless Connection 2]. This step is not necessary if the Wireless Connection 2 window is already displayed. On the Wireless Connection 2 window, select “Switch Connection Profile” on the “Connection”...

  • Page 34: Sending Settings From A Computer To The Data Projector

    Connection 3), and then click the [OK] button. This will display a dialog box prompting you to enter the password. Enter the password that you use when logging in to Web Setup (page 20). The initial default password is “casio”.

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    Enter the password and then click the [OK] button. Keep clicking the [OK] button on the dialog boxes that appear. Clicking the [OK] button in response to the “Overwrite it?” message will cause the settings of the computer to be sent to the Data Projector. This will cause the Data Projector manual connection profile you selected in step 5 to be overwritten with the connection profile settings you selected in step 3.

  • Page 36: Deleting A Computer Connection Profile

    Start menu: [All Programs] - [CASIO] - [Wireless Connection 2]. This step is not necessary if the Wireless Connection 2 window is already displayed. On the Wireless Connection 2 window, select “Switch Connection Profile” on the “Connection”...

  • Page 37: Assigning A User Name To A Computer For Projection

    Assigning a User Name to a Computer for Projection User names make it possible to identify each computer when multiple computers are connected to the Data Projector at the same time. The user name assigned to a computer will appear in the projection area when the computer’s screen contents are projected. Use Wireless Connection 2 to assign a user name to each computer.

  • Page 38: Selecting The Network To Use For Wireless Lan Connection

    Selecting the Network to Use for Wireless LAN Connection When connecting to the Data Projector with a computer that has multiple wireless LAN adapters, you can select a specific wireless LAN adapter to be used for connection with the Data Projector. To check the current network (wireless LAN adapter) On the Wireless Connection 2 window, select [Connection] - [Select Network].

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    “Connect to an existing network” check box A “Connect to an existing network” check box also will appear on the “Select Network” dialog box if you are running Wireless Connection 2 under Windows XP or 2000. Select this check box only if you want to establish a connection between the computer and Data Projector via an existing wireless LAN access point.

  • Page 40: Manual Connection Setting Reference

    Manual Connection Setting Reference This section provides detailed explanations of all of the manual connection settings. • See “To modify Data Projector manual connection settings” (page 29) for information about how to change Data Projector manual connection settings. • For information about creating a computer manual connection setting profile for wireless LAN connection with the Data Projector, refer to “To create a new computer connection profile”...

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    Note The initial default setting for each item is indicated by an asterisk (*). Setting Name Description Profile Name This is a name assigned to identify each individual manual connection. Input up to 10 characters. SSID Wireless network ID name. This is normally referred to as the SSID, ESS-ID, or network name.

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    Setting Name Description WEP Key You only need to configure this setting when “WEP” is selected for “Security Format Setup”. You can specify any one of the following formats for input of the WEP key. ASCII/64bit, ASCII/128bit, HEX/64bit, HEX/128bit* For more information about inputting the WEP key using the format specified here, see the “WEP Key / WPA/WPA2 Pass Phrase”...

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    Setting Name Description Subnet Mask Configuration of this setting is required when “Off” is selected for “DHCP”. Enter a subnet mask value, which specifies the range of the IP address of the subnet to which the Data Projector/computer belongs. The subnet mask consists of four values in the range of 0 to 255, separated by periods (such as 255.255.255.0).

  • Page 44: Returning Data Projector Wireless Settings To Their Initial Defaults

    Returning Data Projector Wireless Settings to Their Initial Defaults You can return all Data Projector 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 Initial Default Connection Keyword (page 27) Off (no keyword)

  • Page 45: Viewing Wireless Connection 2 Help

    Viewing Wireless Connection 2 Help To view Wireless Connection 2 help, select “Help” on the Wireless Connection 2 window “Help” menu. Viewing Wireless Connection 2 Version Information To view Wireless Connection 2 version information, select “About Wireless Connection” on the Wireless Connection 2 window “Help” menu.

  • Page 46: Wireless Lan Connection Troubleshooting

    Wireless LAN Connection Troubleshooting Whenever you experience problems with the wireless LAN connection between the Data Projector and the computer, check the following points first. Check the following on the computer. • Is a wireless LAN utility other than Wireless Connection 2 running? If so, shut down the other utility.

  • Page 47

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

  • Page 48

    The wireless LAN connection between the Data Projector and computer keeps dropping. This can be caused by the following. • Data communication can slow down and the connection may tend to drop when the Data Projector and computer are far from each other (in different rooms, on different floors, etc.) Move the Data Projector and computer as close together as possible.

  • Page 49: Wireless Connection 2 Menus And Button Reference

    Wireless Connection 2 Menus and Button Reference This section provides detailed information about the Wireless Connection 2 window menu commands and buttons. Perform this menu Or click this To do this: operation: button: Use the currently selected connection profile to open a wireless LAN connection between a computer and the [Connection] - [Connect] Data Projector...

  • Page 50: Using Wireless Lan For Projection

    Using Wireless LAN for Projection This section explains operations you can perform after a connection is established between the Data Projector and computer. For this type of connection: Refer to this section of this manual: Single computer connected to the Data “Operations while a Single Computer is Connected to the Projector over a wireless LAN Data Projector over a Wireless LAN”...

  • Page 51

    To display a mouse cursor in the projection area Click the button or select [Mouse Cursor Emulation] on the [Tools] menu. This will display a mouse cursor emulation dialog box. Select the type of mouse cursor you want to use and then click the [OK] button.

  • Page 52: Operations While Multiple Computers Are Connected To The Data Projector Over A Wireless Lan

    Operations while Multiple Computers are Connected to the Data Projector over a Wireless LAN While multiple computers are connected to the Data Projector over a wireless LAN, you can check which computer’s screen contents currently are being projected, and you can switch projection between computer screens as required.

  • Page 53

    To turn display of user names in the projection area on and off Note 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 Data Projector over a wireless LAN.

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