BrightLink 475Wi/480i/485Wi Connection Guide ® BrightLink interactive projectors provide many options for connecting computers, document cameras, video devices, and more. BrightLink users can also annotate without connecting a computer or any other device to the projector. This guide helps you connect the projector for maximum functionality and ease of use.
If you connect VGA cables to both the ports, make sure you Computer1 Computer2 label the cables. The teacher or other user needs to know which port is being used so that the correct source for full interactivity can be selected in the Easy Interactive Function menu screen.
You can purchase the optional wireless LAN module (part number V12H418P12) ® from an EPSON authorized reseller. To find the nearest reseller, call 800-GO-EPSON (800-463-7766). Or you can purchase online at www.epsonstore.com (U.S. sales) or www.epson.ca (Canadian sales).
Document cameras have several different types of ports for connecting to the projector. For cameras that have USB ports, such as the EPSON DC-11 and EPSON DC-06, the best way to connect is directly to the computer’s USB port, as shown below. This will enable full interactivity and dual pen support (using Easy Interactive Tools software) on the document camera image.
Connecting Video Equipment You can connect various video devices, such as DVD players, satellite/cable systems, VCRs, or game systems. Depending on the connectors available on the equipment, you can use any of the projector ports in the following list. The projector ports are listed in order from highest to lowest quality;...
You need to install software for use with the projector. Use the CD that came with the projector, labeled EPSON Projector Software for Easy Interactive Function. ■ For Macs, you need to install Easy Interactive Driver and Easy Interactive Tools. For Windows, you only need Easy Interactive Tools.