HP Mp3130 - Digital Projector XGA DLP User Manual

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    l1619a smart attachment module user’s guide Smart Attachment Module...

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    Hewlett-Packard Company shall not be liable for any errors or for incidental or consequential damages in connection with the furnishing, performance, or use of this manual or the examples herein.

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Contents 1 Setting Up the Projector What’s in the Box?............8 Identifying Features of the Module .

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    Contents 4 Presenting from a Memory Card Preparing for Presentations ..........37 To store a presentation .

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    Contents Korea ..............66 International.

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    Contents User’s Guide...

  • Page 7: Setting Up The Projector

    Setting Up the Projector This chapter explains how to install and set up the module with the projector. ■ “What’s in the Box?” on page 8 ■ “Identifying Features of the Module” on page 9 ■ “Setting Up the Module” on page 10 ✎...

  • Page 8: What's In The Box

    Setting Up the Projector What’s in the Box? Before setting up your projector, be sure your shipping box includes the following items. If the shipping box is missing any of the following items, contact HP. Symbol Item Function Smart attachment module Adds advanced presentation options to the projector.

  • Page 9: Identifying Features Of The Module

    Setting Up the Projector Identifying Features of the Module Symbol Item Function CompactFlash card slot Accepts CompactFlash Type I and Type II cards. Attach light Lights when module is attached and receiving power. M1 input Connects various equipment with analog- and digital-video output, including computers.

  • Page 10: Setting Up The Module, To Install The Attachment Module

    Setting Up the Projector Setting Up the Module This section describes how to set up the module. ■ “To install the attachment module” on page 10 ■ “To install a CompactFlash wireless card” on page 12 ■ “To set up the projector for wired network access” on page 13 ■...

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    Setting Up the Projector After the module is installed, you can connect input cables to the projector just as before—except that an M1 cable plugs into the attachment module instead of into the projector. The M1 port operates just as it did before. To remove the module, turn off the power, unplug the power cord and cables, pinch the tabs on the sides of the module, and remove it.

  • Page 12: To Install A Compactflash Wireless Card

    Setting Up the Projector To install a CompactFlash wireless card If you install a compatible CompactFlash wireless 802.11b networking card in the CompactFlash slot, you and other presenters can connect to the projector without using cables. The projector supports the HP L1640A CompactFlash 802.11b card—other cards might not be compatible.

  • Page 13: To Set Up The Projector For Wired Network Access

    Setting Up the Projector To set up the projector for wired network access You can connect the projector to a network. This action enables you and other presenters to connect to the projector over the network. 1. Plug a CAT5 or equivalent network cable into the LAN port on the back of the module.

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    Setting Up the Projector 6. Click Apply to activate settings. For more information about changing projector settings using a networked computer, see, “To manage the projector from the Web” on page 49. The projector can use a wired network connection for configurations such as these. User’s Guide...

  • Page 15: To Set Up The Projector For A Wireless Connection

    Setting Up the Projector To set up the projector for a wireless connection If a CompactFlash wireless networking card is installed, the projector has a wireless network port in addition to the wired network port. You must set up the projector according to the type of wireless configuration you want to support.

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    Setting Up the Projector 1. Turn on the projector. 2. Open the on-screen menu. The projector’s wired IP address is displayed at the bottom of the on-screen menu. Complete wired and wireless network information is shown in the on-screen menu under Help >...

  • Page 17: Preparing For Presentations

    Presenting from a Networked Computer This chapter explains how to give presentations from a computer that has a wired or wireless network connection to a projector. ■ “Preparing for Presentations” on page 17 ■ “Showing Presentations” on page 23 Preparing for Presentations This section describes how to prepare your computer for networked presentations.

  • Page 18: To Prepare Your Computer For Networked Presentations

    Presenting from a Networked Computer To prepare your computer for networked presentations If you want to make presentations over a wired or wireless network connection, you must install additional software on your computer that provides networked presentation capabilities. 1. Be sure your computer meets the minimum system requirements: ■...

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    Presenting from a Networked Computer Use the following instructions to configure the network settings (Windows XP path given). See network connections in Windows help or the network administrator for more information. 1. On your computer, select Start > Control Panel > Network and Internet Connections.

  • Page 20: To Set Up Your Computer For A Wireless Connection (optional)

    Presenting from a Networked Computer To set up your computer for a wireless connection (optional) ✎ You do not have to change your computer to use the same network as the projector. When you make a presentation using Wireless Presenter-to-Go, the software can connect to a projector on any network.

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    Presenting from a Networked Computer ■ Infrastructure connection—This is a wireless connection to a wireless access point. The access point connect to the projector through a wired or wireless network connection. User’s Guide...

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    Presenting from a Networked Computer ✎ The steps below are optional because Wireless Presenter-to-Go can set up your wireless connection. However, if you set it up in advance, you can find and connect to projectors more quickly. If the projector has a wireless card, open the on-screen menu and select Quick choice >...

  • Page 23: Showing Presentations

    Presenting from a Networked Computer 6. For an Ad Hoc connection, set the following properties: ■ Set the Authentication Mode to Ad Hoc. ■ Match the Desired SSID and WEP Encryption to the settings on the projector. ■ If a channel setting is available, set the channel to Auto. For an Infrastructure connection, set the following properties: ■...

  • Page 24: To Start A Presentation

    3. If your computer display is not using XGA resolution (1024 × 768), change your computer to XGA resolution by selecting Start > Control Panel > Display > Settings. 4. Select Start > Programs > Hewlett-Packard > Wireless Presenter > Presenter Panel. 5. Select the desired projector from the list.

  • Page 25: To Stop Showing Your Presentation

    Presenting from a Networked Computer 6. Click Connect. 7. If you are prompted for a projector password, enter it. The projector displays its password in the on-screen menu at Quick choice > Wireless Presenter. 8. In the control window, click Start Presentation. Your computer monitor is displayed on the projector screen.

  • Page 26: To Include Other Presenters

    Presenting from a Networked Computer You can then click Start Presentation to resume your presentation, or you can allow another presenter to start presenting. You can also perform these actions by right-clicking the Wireless Presenter-to-Go icon in the taskbar. To include other presenters Several people can connect to the same projector, but only one can present on the projector at any time.

  • Page 27: To Disconnect And Free The Projector

    Presenting from a Networked Computer To disconnect and free the projector 1. If the Wireless Presenter-to-Go window is not open, click the Wireless Presenter-to-Go icon in the taskbar. 2. Do one of the following: ■ If you want to disconnect and quit, click Exit. ■...

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    Presenting from a Networked Computer User’s Guide...

  • Page 29: To Prepare Your Handheld Organizer For Wireless Presentations, Preparing For Presentations

    Presenting from a Wireless Handheld Organizer This chapter explains how to give presentations on a handheld organizer that has a wireless network connection to a projector. ■ “Preparing for Presentations” on page 29 ■ “Showing Presentations” on page 32 Preparing for Presentations This section describes how to prepare your handheld organizer for networked presentations.

  • Page 30: To Create A Mobile Presentation

    Presenting from a Wireless Handheld Organizer 5. Select the correct option for the type of operating system, Pocket PC or Palm. For a Palm installation, when prompted, select the users on whose devices you want to install the software. When the Wireless Presenter-to-Go installation finishes, creation software is installed on the computer, and presentation software is ready to be transferred to the handheld organizer.

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    Presenting from a Wireless Handheld Organizer 3. To create a new presentation, click Create. To add the slides to another presentation, select it from the Presentations List and click Append. 4. If you have sync software and a cradle installed on your computer, place the handheld organizer in its cradle and activate syncing.

  • Page 32: To Make A Wireless Connection, Showing Presentations

    Presenting from a Wireless Handheld Organizer 3. Click OK. This action converts the document to landscape orientation (mobile presentation format). If the size of the document exceeds one page, the balance of the document is saved as additional slides until all the material is converted. Then the Wireless Presenter-to-Go creator window opens.

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    Presenting from a Wireless Handheld Organizer ■ Infrastructure connection—This is a wireless connection to a wireless access point. The access point connects to the projector through a wired or wireless network connection. ✎ If the projector has a wireless card, open the on-screen menu and select Quick choice >...

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    Presenting from a Wireless Handheld Organizer To start a presentation 1. Start Wireless Presenter-to-Go and connect to the projector: Pocket PC a. From the Start menu, select Programs > Wireless Presenter-to-Go. b. Tap the projector/wireless icon and select the projector from the list. Enter a name to identify yourself.

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    Presenting from a Wireless Handheld Organizer 3. To start the presentation, click the first slide you want to show. 4. If the projector is showing a different input, press the source button on the projector or remote control to find your network input. Open the on-screen menu and select Input >...

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    Presenting from a Wireless Handheld Organizer User’s Guide...

  • Page 37: To Store A Presentation, Preparing For Presentations

    Presenting from a Memory Card This chapter explains how you can store presentations on a memory card, then show them on the projector without using a computer. Such presentations are sometimes called PC-free presentations. ■ “Preparing for Presentations” on page 37 ■...

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    Presenting from a Memory Card Supported types of presentations PowerPoint presentation If you install HP Wireless Presenter-to-Go, it embeds the (PPT) required fonts on the memory card when you copy the presentation. See “To prepare a PowerPoint presentation” on page 39. Mobile presentation file If you install HP Wireless Presenter-to-Go Desktop (PDB)

  • Page 39: To Prepare Your Computer, To Prepare A Powerpoint Presentation

    Presenting from a Memory Card To prepare your computer You must install HP Wireless Presenter-to-Go software on your computer to support memory card presentations. ■ Font support for PowerPoint files. To correctly display a PowerPoint presentation from a memory card, the required fonts should be available on the card. The font service ensures fonts are available for PowerPoint (PPT) files you copy onto the card.

  • Page 40: To Create Mobile Presentations

    Presenting from a Memory Card For best results, follow these suggestions: ■ Use standard or common fonts. Avoid special fonts that have restrictions against embedding. ■ If you use transition effects, use common transition effects. Some less common transitions might not be supported. ■...

  • Page 41: To Insert A Memory Card In The Projector, Showing Presentations

    Presenting from a Memory Card Showing Presentations To insert a memory card in the projector ✎ When a memory card is installed, any current networked or wireless presentation is interrupted. To make a networked or wireless presentation, you must remove all memory cards from the projector.

  • Page 42: To Present From A Memory Card

    Presenting from a Memory Card To present from a memory card ✎ If only one memory card is inserted and it contains only one presentation, that presentation begins automatically. You do not have to select the presentation as described below. 1.

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    Presenting from a Memory Card 7. After the presentation starts, press the down button or the Page Down button to step through the slides. 8. Press the back button to end the presentation and show the list of presentations. PC-free presentations Options CF Memory >...

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    Presenting from a Memory Card Presenting from a memory card To do this... Press this... Selecting a presentation Move the highlight up or down • Page Up and Page Down (remote control or the list USB keyboard) • Up and down buttons (projector, remote control, or USB keyboard) •...

  • Page 45: To Stop A Memory Card Presentation

    Presenting from a Memory Card (continued) Presenting from a memory card To do this... Press this... Changing presentation settings Open the Options menu • Page Up and Page Down to select Options, then left-click or right-click button (remote control) • Up and down buttons to select Options, then left...

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    Presenting from a Memory Card User’s Guide...

  • Page 47: Managing The Projector, To Find The Projector's Address

    Maintaining the System This chapter explains how to maintain and upgrade the module. ■ “Managing the Projector” on page 47 ■ “Upgrading the System” on page 51 Managing the Projector You can manage many of the projector’s settings using the on-screen menu. For network and other advanced settings, you must use a computer to access the projector’s web interface.

  • Page 48: To Manage The Projector Using The On-screen Menu

    Maintaining the System To manage the projector using the on-screen menu The projector’s on-screen menu is described in detail in the projector manual. However, when you install an attachment module, certain new menu entries are displayed in the on-screen menu. New menu entries with module installed Quick choice Wireless Presenter...

  • Page 49: To Manage The Projector From The Web

    Maintaining the System To manage the projector from the Web When the projector is connected to a network, you can access the projector’s embedded Web server. You can check the projector’s current status, change its configuration, and upgrade firmware. You can do this from a remote location—you do not have to be in the same room as the projector The Web interface supports Microsoft Windows 2000 and XP, Mac OS 9 and 10, Internet Explorer 5.5 and above, and Netscape Navigator 7.0 and above.

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    Maintaining the System (continued) Managing projector properties Wired Settings Specifies networking settings for the wired LAN port. Wireless Settings Specifies networking settings for the optional 802.11b wireless card, if installed. SNMP Configures Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) operation. Admin. Account Sets an administrator password to control access to configuration parameters on these Web pages.

  • Page 51: Upgrading The System, To Update The Firmware

    Maintaining the System Upgrading the System This section describes how to upgrade the projector’s firmware. ■ “To update the firmware” on page 51 To update the firmware HP might periodically release updated versions of the projector firmware to enhance the projector performance. Firmware versions are shown in the on-screen menu at Help >...

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    Maintaining the System If you cannot connect the projector to a network, use these steps to prepare for the upgrade: 1. On a networked computer, go to the HP projector upgrade website (see the introduction for this section) and download the latest file intended for a Web upgrade.

  • Page 53: Troubleshooting Suggestions, Connection Problems

    Fixing the System This chapter offers suggestions to help correct problems you might encounter with the module. ■ “Troubleshooting Suggestions” on page 53 ■ “Testing the Projector” on page 62 Troubleshooting Suggestions To use this section, find the problem statement that is closest to your problem, then try each bulleted item one at a time until your problem is fixed.

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    Fixing the System If you cannot connect to the projector using a Web browser: ❏ Be sure the projector is plugged in. Be sure the attachment module is properly connected and its attach light is lit. ❏ If you are using a wireless connection on your computer or on the projector, be sure the computer or projector is within range of each other or the wireless access point.

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    Fixing the System Projector—wired connection ❏ Check the network cable connections at the projector and at the wall. ❏ Be sure you are using a standard network cable. Do not use a cross-over network cable or firmware upgrade network cable for a normal network connection.

  • Page 56: Setup Problems

    Fixing the System an Infrastructure connection. For more details, see Chapter 2, “Presenting from a Networked Computer,” on page 17 or Chapter 3, “Presenting from a Wireless Handheld Organizer,” on page 29. If the projector’s network configuration is completely wrong and you cannot fix it: ❏...

  • Page 57: Presentation Problems

    Fixing the System If you cannot install Wireless Presenter-to-Go on your handheld organizer: ❏ If the installation fails to install the software on your computer, be sure your computer meets the minimum requirements. See “To prepare your handheld organizer for wireless presentations” on page 29.

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    Fixing the System ❏ In Wireless Presenter-to-Go, if you selected the advanced option to use the projector as an extended desktop, you must open Display Properties on your computer, go to the Settings tab, and set display 2 to extend the Windows desktop. The next time you connect to the projector, no windows are initially shown on the projector.

  • Page 59: Memory Card Problems

    Fixing the System Memory card problems If the incorrect fonts are displayed in a PowerPoint presentation: To embed PowerPoint fonts on a memory card, you must use a computer with HP Wireless Presenter-to-Go software (see “To prepare your computer” on page 39). ❏...

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    Fixing the System ❏ If you are presenting a PowerPoint PPT file, a slide may not display completely if it requires too much memory. To reduce the size of graphics on slides, right-click any graphic, select Format Picture, then click Compress, and select the option for all pictures and the option to delete cropped areas.

  • Page 61: Hardware Problems

    Fixing the System If pictures in a picture presentation do not display in the correct order: ❏ Pictures are displayed in alphanumeric order based on the file names. Insert the memory card in a computer and rename the pictures files so they appear in the desired order. If a memory card does not work with the projector: ❏...

  • Page 62: Testing The Projector, To Run The Projector Diagnostics

    Fixing the System ❏ During a network presentation from a computer, a USB mouse or keyboard works only if the projector remote control option is selected. ❏ A USB mouse or keyboard is not supported under other conditions. If the audio output port does not seem to work: ❏...

  • Page 63: Specifications

    Reference This chapter lists the specifications, safety information, and regulatory information for the projector. ■ “Specifications” on page 63 ■ “Safety Information” on page 64 ■ “Regulatory Information” on page 65 Specifications Because HP continually improves its products, the following specifications are subject to change.

  • Page 64: Safety Information

    Reference Size 74 mm × 182 mm × 47 mm (2.9 in. × 7.2 in. × 1.8 in.) Weight 252 grams (8.9 oz) Environment Operating Temperature: 10 to 35°C (50 to 95°F) Humidity: 80% RH max, non-condensing Altitude: up to 3,000 m (10,000 ft), up to 25°C (77°F) Storage Temperature: –20 to 55°C (–4 to 131°F) Humidity: 80% RH max, non-condensing...

  • Page 65: Regulatory Information, U.s.a, Canada

    Reference Regulatory Information This section presents information that shows how your accessory module complies with regulations in certain regions. Any modifications to your module not expressly approved by HP could void the authority to operate the module in these regions. U.S.A.

  • Page 66: Japan, Korea

    Reference Japan Korea User’s Guide...

  • Page 67: International

    Reference International DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY According to ISO/IEC Guide 22 and EN 45014 Manufacturer’s Name: Hewlett Packard Company Manufacturer’s Address: Hewlett Packard Company Digital Projection & Imaging 1000 NE Circle Blvd. Corvallis, OR 97330-4239 Declares, that the product(s): Product Name: Smart Attachment Module Model Number(s): L1619A...

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    Reference User’s Guide...

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    Index 802.11b see wireless disconnecting on computer 27 dither 30 accessories 7 Ad Hoc connection for computer 20 embedding fonts 39 for handheld 32 extended desktop 58 for wireless projector 15 animation 30 firmware assign moderator 26 updating 51 assign projector access 26 fonts for PowerPoint 39 collaborating 26 handheld...

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    Index IP address PowerPoint presentations finding 47 on memory card 39 suggestions 39 troubleshooting 59 M1 port 11 presentations managing projector creating for handheld 30 from menu 48 creating for memory card 40 from Web 49 from computer 17 master slide 30 from handheld 29 memory card from memory card 42...

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    Index finding projector settings 22 installing card 12 troubleshooting 53 managing projector from 49 Wireless Presenter-to-Go wired network installing for memory card 40 configuring computer 18 installing on computer 18 configuring projector 13 installing on handheld 29 troubleshooting 53 starting on computer 24 wireless starting on handheld 34 configuring computer 20...

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    Index Index 72 User’s Guide...

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