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Epson BrightLink 475Wi Operation Manual

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EasyMP® Monitor Operation Guide
Ver.4.52

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    EasyMP® Monitor Operation Guide Ver.4.52...

  • Page 2: Notations Used In This Guide

    Notations Used in This Guide The following table shows the symbols used in this manual, along with descriptions of what they mean. Indicates additional information and points which may be useful to know regarding a topic. Indicates a page where detailed information regarding a topic can be found. Procedure Indicates operating methods and the order of operations.

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Contents If the projector name or IP address changes after registration ... . 19 Notations Used in This Guide For projectors that have been registered manually....19 For projectors that have been registered using automatic search .

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    Mail notification function settings ......38 An e-mail notifying the operator of a problem/warning/status is issued .

  • Page 5: Easymp Monitor Features

    EasyMP Monitor Features...

  • Page 6: Tasks That Can Be Done Using Easymp Monitor

    EasyMP Monitor lets you carry out operations such as checking the You can set e-mail addresses to which notifications are sent if a status status of multiple EPSON projectors that are connected to a network and requiring attention, such as a problem, occurs with a projector that has controlling the projectors from the computer.

  • Page 7: Installing Easymp Monitor

    • If your operating system is Windows Vista or Windows 7 • Internet Explorer Ver. 5.0 or later must be installed. "C:\Users\(User Name)\AppData\Local\VirtualStore\Program Pentium MMX 166 MHz or higher (Pentium II 233 MHz Files\EPSON Projector\EasyMP (or EMP) Monitor Ver. x.xx (Ver. x.xx or higher recommended) represents the software version)" Memory 64 MB or more (128 MB or more recommended) If you cannot find the "AppData"...

  • Page 8: Installing

    Windows Vista or Windows 7. Place the copy of the EMP Monitor.dat file in "C:\Users\(User Updating your OS without uninstalling the software may cause a Name)\AppData\Local\VirtualStore\Program Files\EPSON malfunction. s "Uninstalling EasyMP Monitor" p.46 Projector\EasyMP Monitor Ver.x.xx".

  • Page 9: Using Easymp Monitor

    Using EasyMP Monitor...

  • Page 10: Registering And Deleting Projectors For Monitoring

    "Setting the range of addresses to do an automatic search and registration" p.13 Starting EasyMP Monitor Procedure Click "Start" - "Programs" (or "All Programs") - "EPSON Projector" - "EasyMP Monitor Ver.x.xx" in that order to start EasyMP Monitor.

  • Page 11: Registering Projectors Using Automatic Search (searching For And Registering Projectors That Are Located In The Same Segment)

    Registering and deleting projectors for monitoring Click "Search". Registering projectors using automatic search Automatic searching will be carried out, and the names of the pro- (Searching for and registering projectors that are jectors that have been detected will be displayed. located in the same segment) If a projector does not appear in the list, use "Registration by spec- ifying an IP address (Manual registration)".

  • Page 12: Procedures For Registration

    Registering and deleting projectors for monitoring Procedures for registration Display name Enter the name of the projector(s) to be displayed in Grouping view or Detail list view. Procedure Up to a maximum of 32 bytes can be entered. A space cannot be used as the first character. Select the projector to be registered from the displayed list, Display icon Select the icon(s) to be displayed in Grouping...

  • Page 13: Setting The Range Of Addresses To Do An Automatic Search And Registration

    Registering and deleting projectors for monitoring Procedures for automatic search Description You can enter a memo about the projector. The details you enter here will be displayed at the projector properties. Procedure Up to a maximum of 60 bytes can be entered. Right-click in Grouping view and select "New"...

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    Registering and deleting projectors for monitoring Click "Search". Automatic searching will be carried out, and the names of the pro- jectors that have been detected will be displayed.

  • Page 15: Procedures For Registration

    Registering and deleting projectors for monitoring Procedures for registration Display name Enter the name of the projector(s) to be displayed in Grouping view or Detail list view. Procedure Up to a maximum of 32 bytes can be entered. A space cannot be used as the first character. Select the projector(s) to be registered from the displayed Display icon Select the icon(s) to be displayed in Grouping...

  • Page 16: Registration By Specifying An Ip Address (manual Registration)

    Registering and deleting projectors for monitoring After entering the details, click "Register" to start the Registration by specifying an IP address (Manual registration. When the message is displayed, click "OK". registration) To continue registering other projector(s), repeat Steps 1 and 2. Procedure To end the registration operation, click in the top-right...

  • Page 17: Registering Several Projectors To A Monitoring Group All At Once

    Registering and deleting projectors for monitoring Port Number If you are using a serial W TCP/IP conversion You can also carry out this operation by selecting New - Projector (manual adapter to connect the projector, enter the port registration) from the Edit menu. number.

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    Registering and deleting projectors for monitoring A Parent group can be set for other parent groups, so that a hierarchical Monitor Select this to monitor all projectors that have group arrangement can be created. been registered in the group. If this is not selected, the settings made when the individual First, create the registration groups, and then register projectors into the projectors were registered will be used.

  • Page 19: If The Projector Name Or Ip Address Changes After Registration

    Registering and deleting projectors for monitoring Carry out automatic search to re-register the If the projector name or IP address changes after projector(s).s p.11 registration Cancelling projector registrations (Delete) For projectors that have been registered manually The registrations for projectors can be deleted if they are no longer Procedure required for monitoring or control using EasyMP Monitor.

  • Page 20: Monitoring Window Layout

    Monitoring window layout • Detail list view Monitoring window layout This view lets you display the status of each projector as a list so that the projectors can be checked in detail. You can also display specific items Types of monitoring windows and switching method as a list, and sort display items using a specific row as a sort key.

  • Page 21: Monitoring Using Grouping View

    Monitoring window layout Procedure Click the View menu, and select "Grouping view" or "Detail list view". Monitoring using Grouping view Meanings of Grouping view icons In Grouping view, the patterns on the icons indicate the statuses of the projectors. If the group icons are round in shape, it indicates that there is another level below them.

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    Monitoring window layout The icon patterns and their meanings are explained below. Projector Network error (Monitor Password authentication error) Group No Monitor Password was entered when the projector was No warnings or problems registered, or an incorrect Monitor Password was entered. s p.12, All projectors in the group are normal.

  • Page 23: Using The Icons In Grouping View

    Monitoring window layout Using the icons in Grouping view The following icon operations can be carried out in Grouping view. • Expanding and collapsing icons Each time you double-click a group icon, the icons for the projector that have been registered in that group are displayed or hidden. •...

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    Monitoring window layout The icon patterns and their meanings are explained below. Lamp Hours Shows the lamp operating time for the projector. If the projector has 2 Type lamps, it shows the lamp operating time for both lamp 1 and lamp 2. Displays the projector status.

  • Page 25: Selecting Display Items

    Monitoring window layout Lamp failure at power on Lamp failure at power on • The projector information that is generated when a problem is detected is (Lamp 1) (Lamp 2) stored until EasyMP Monitor is closed. EasyMP Monitor displays will not be updated automatically even if the projector status returns to normal.

  • Page 26: Sorting Lists

    Monitoring window layout Click "OK". Procedure When all of the details of the item cannot be displayed in Select "Projector list" from the View menu. Detail list view, drag the boundary line on the right of the The following window will be displayed. item name so that the view is extended to the desired width.

  • Page 27: Displaying Projectors With Problem Or Warning Statuses In A List

    Monitoring window layout When the configuration menus are set using the following operations, an Click "OK". icon appears in the system tray and the status can be monitored by means • Right-click the icon in the system tray to open a pop-up menu to select the of the icon's pattern.

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    Monitoring window layout If you move the mouse pointer over the icon of the Error information, details of the error and the remedy will be displayed. If you double-click in a line, the properties for that projector will be displayed. s p.31...

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    Monitoring window layout The icon patterns and their meanings are explained below. Shows the input source that has been selected for the projector. Computer or Computer2 Type Computer1 Shows the group or projector status. S-Video No warnings or problems Warning or problem Video (RCA) Video (BNC) An error has occurred on the projector.

  • Page 30: Checking Properties In Detail

    Monitoring window layout *1 When Temperature level display group view is set to On at Environment Replace Lamp (Lamp 2) Lamp error (Lamp 1) setup in the Tool menu, an icon indicating the internal temperature of the Lamp error (Lamp 2) Lamp failure at power on projector will be displayed on top of the projector icon.

  • Page 31: Displaying Projector Properties

    Monitoring window layout • Displaying the specified group properties Displaying Projector properties Right-click an icon in Grouping view and then select Property. Right-click on a projector icon in Grouping view or Detail list view and select Property. If you double-click in a line, the properties for that group or projector will be displayed.

  • Page 32: Displaying And Deleting Logs

    Monitoring window layout Displaying and deleting logs In your web browser, you can check a transmission log of content such as what has been controlled by EasyMP Monitor and projector errors. You can delete logs once you have checked them. When Log output is set to On at Environment setup in the Tool menu, transmission logs are stored.

  • Page 33: Using The Control Functions

    Using the control functions Using the control functions Carrying out control using control buttons Click the icon of a projector to be controlled in Grouping view or Detail list view, and click a control button to enable control of only that selected projector.

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    Using the control functions The following table shows the meanings of the control buttons. Switch source Switches the video input source to the DVI-D2 DVI-D, HDMI 2 port or HDMI2 port. Power On Turns the projector power on. If the projector is equipped with both DVI-D port and HDMI port, use this button to select Power Off Turns the projector power off.

  • Page 35: Carrying Out Control Using A Web Browser (web Control)

    Using the control functions • You can select objects to be controlled and use the control buttons to carry Carrying out control using timer settings out control operations even when the following are being displayed. Group properties s p.30 This is useful for carrying out certain control operations such as turning Projector properties s p.31 a projector's power on and off at specified times every day or every week.

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    Using the control functions The details that can be checked and operations that can be carried out at Edit this time are given below. Lets you change the timer settings that have been selected from the timer list. If a group has been selected Projectors for status checking, the settings cannot be changed.

  • Page 37: Procedures For New Timer Settings

    Using the control functions Procedures for new timer settings After completing the timer settings, click "OK". The timer settings that have been made will be registered and they Procedure can be checked in the displayed timer list. You can enable and disable all of the timer settings that have been Click "Add"...

  • Page 38: Mail Notification Function Settings

    Mail notification function settings Mail notification function settings The Set mail notification function window will be displayed. The mail notification function can be used to send corresponding notification messages to a preset e-mail address when a projector that is connected to the network assumes a certain status, or if it experiences a problem or warning.

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    Mail notification function settings Click "Notification event" and check the items for mail notification in the window that appears. Click "OK". The Set mail notification function window appears again. Repeat Steps 3 and 4 to set the notification events for the other email addresses.

  • Page 40: An E-mail Notifying The Operator Of A Problem/warning/status

    An e-mail notifying the operator of a problem/warning/status is issued An e-mail notifying the operator of a problem/warning/status is issued If the projector experiences a problem or enters a status requiring attention, an e-mail like that shown below is sent to the address specified for Recipient mail address.

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    Remedy warning Easy Interactive Stop using the projector, disconnect the power Replace Lamp Function Error cable from the electrical outlet, and contact Epson. See your User's Guide for more information. Lamp error Internal Error Lamp failure at power Fan error...

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    Auto Iris Error Stop using the projector, disconnect the power cable from the electrical outlet, and contact Epson. See your User's Guide for more information. Network error (TCP Check the following items.

  • Page 43: Application Lock Function

    Application lock function Application lock function The password entry window will be displayed, so enter the You can use the application lock to prevent third parties from operating set password and then click "OK". the projectors using EasyMP Monitor and from changing settings If no password has been set (default setting), click OK without en- without authority.

  • Page 44: Appendix

    Appendix...

  • Page 45: Troubleshooting

    See your User's Guide for more information. stop working? been checked, contact Epson. See your User's Guide for more information. Is power being supplied to Check if the power supply to the location...

  • Page 46: Uninstalling Easymp Monitor

    EasyMP Monitor Ver. x.xx (Ver. x.xx represents the version of the existing software) folder. This folder can be found at "C:\Users\(User Name)\AppData\Local\VirtualStore\Program Files\EPSON Projector" if the default settings were used to install the software. To save or transfer the projector settings, make a copy of the EMP Monitor.dat file...

  • Page 47: General Notice

    Epson, EasyMP, and EasyMP.net are registered trademarks, and Epson Neither Seiko Epson Corporation nor its affiliates shall be liable to the Exceed Your Vision is a registered logomark of Seiko Epson purchaser of this product or third parties for damages, losses, costs, or Corporation.

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