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DATA PROJECTOR
XJ-H1650/XJ-H1750/XJ-H2650
XJ-ST145/XJ-ST155
Data Projector
Wireless Function Guide
Be sure to read the precautions in the Quick Start Guide that comes with the Data Projector.
Be sure to keep all user documentation handy for future reference.
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COMPUTER CO., LTD.
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parties arising out of the use of this product, the software described in this manual, or this
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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

    Minimum System Requirements ............9 Installing Wireless Connection 3 ............10 To download the software from the CASIO website and install it ......10 To install from the CD-ROM (that comes with some projector models)....10 Installing Wireless Connection 3 on a Second and Subsequent Computers....................11...

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    Configuring Security Settings for a Wireless LAN Connection..........19 Security Setting Flow ................19 Configuring Security Settings...............20 To log in to the projector’s System Admin page ............20 To log out of the projector’s System Admin page ............. 21 To configure security settings..................22 Establishing a Wireless LAN Connection after Configuring Security Settings...............24 To establish a wireless LAN connection between the projector and a...

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    Appendix ................ 40 Using the Token Wizard ...............40 Installing Wireless Connection 3 on USB Memory ............ 40 To use a USB token to connect a computer to the projector via wireless LAN ..41 Projecting from a Terminal with MobiShow Installed......42 Confirmed MobiShow Platforms................

  • Page 5: About This Manual

    About This Manual... This manual explains how to establish a wireless LAN connection between a CASIO XJ-H1650, XJ-H1750, XJ-H2650, XJ-ST145, XJ-ST155 Data Projector and a computer, and send computer screen contents to the projector for projection. Terms and Conventions In this manual, there are many procedures that require parallel operations on the Data Projector and your computer.

  • Page 6: What The Wireless Function Lets You Do

    What the Wireless Function Lets You Do... Send computer screen contents to the Data Projector over a wireless connection and project them. The projector has a built-in function that lets it operate as a wireless LAN access point. After a wireless LAN connection is established with a computer, the contents of the computer screen can be sent to the projector for projection.

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    Wireless MobiShow Projection from a Smartphone or Mobile Terminal You can install AWIND’s MobiShow on a smartphone or mobile terminal, and then use the projector to project photographs and presentation files stored in the smartphone or terminal memory. * Note that the type of terminal and the MobiShow version can limit certain functions or can even make projection impossible.

  • Page 8: Projector Requirements

    LAN function. Note that the following operations are not supported. Use of a CASIO YW-2L wireless adapter or a commercially available wireless LAN adapter in the projector’s USB port. Such adapters will not provide proper operation. Use of any type of wireless LAN connection software except as described in this manual is not...

  • Page 9: Installing Wireless Connection 3

    Wireless Connection 3, which is required to project from a Windows computer over a wireless LAN connection. Important! You can download the latest version of Wireless Connection 3 at the CASIO website below. Some projector models come with a CD-ROM that can be used to install the software. http://www.casio-intl.com/support/download/ [ Home –...

  • Page 10: Installing Wireless Connection 3

    Installing Wireless Connection 3 To download the software from the CASIO website and install it Visit the CASIO website (page 9) and download “Wireless Connection 3” to your computer. Double-click the file you downloaded. Follow the instructions that appear on your computer screen.

  • Page 11: Installing Wireless Connection 3 On A Second And Subsequent Computers

    Installing Wireless Connection 3 on a Second and Subsequent Computers You can use the Wireless Connection 3 token wizard to install Wireless Connection 3 on USB memory. Then you can plug the USB memory to the USB port of any computer and start up Wireless Connection 3 from there.

  • Page 12: Establishing A Wireless Lan Connection Between The Projector And A Computer

    Establishing a Wireless LAN Connection between the Projector and a Computer This section explains how to establish a wireless LAN connection between the projector and a computer under the projector’s initial default “Wireless” settings. “Wireless” is one of the projector’s built-in applications. It makes it possible to establish a wireless LAN connection between the projector and a computer, and project the computer’s display contents.

  • Page 13: Connecting The Wireless Adapter

    Connecting the Wireless Adapter As shown in the figure below, connect the wireless adapter that comes with the projector to its USB port. Keep the wireless adapter that comes with the projector out of the reach of Caution small children. Accidental swallowing of the product can interfere with proper breathing and create a life-threatening situation.

  • Page 14: About The Projector's Wireless Application

    About the Projector’s Wireless Application Wireless is one of the projector’s built-in applications. It makes it possible to establish a wireless LAN connection between the projector and a computer, and project the computer’s display contents. To perform wireless projection Press the [INPUT] key and select “USB” as the input source. This will enable wireless projection. The Wireless standby screen will be projected if there is no wireless LAN connection between the projector and a computer.

  • Page 15: Wireless Connection 3

    Perform either of the following operations to start up Wireless Connection 3 on the computer. Double-click the icon on your Windows desktop. On your computer’s Windows Start menu, select [All Programs] - [CASIO] - [Wireless Connection 3]. Important! If your computer is running Windows Vista or Windows 7, starting up Wireless Connection 3 will cause the “User Account Control”...

  • Page 16: To Display Wireless Connection 3 Help

    To display Wireless Connection 3 help On a Wireless Connection 3 window, click the function menu button and then click [Help] on the menu that appears. To display Wireless Connection 3 version information On a Wireless Connection 3 window, click the function menu button and then click [About] on the menu that appears.

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    On the computer, start up Wireless Connection 3. If your computer is running Windows Vista or Windows 7, starting up Wireless Connection 3 will cause the “User Account Control” message to appear. When it does, click [Allow] or [Yes]. The Wireless Connection 3 window will appear with the message “Connecting”. If your computer is running Windows Vista or Windows 7 and the “Set Network Location”...

  • Page 18: Establishing A Wireless Lan Connection From Multiple Computers

    To close Wireless Connection 3, click the close button in the upper right corner of its window. If the message “The projector is still projecting. OK to exit?” appears, click [OK]. This closes the Wireless Connection 3 window and returns the projected image to the Wireless standby screen.

  • Page 19: Configuring Security Settings For A Wireless Lan Connection

    Configuring Security Settings for a Wireless LAN Connection Configuring security settings prevents unauthorized access to a computer or projector over the wireless LAN. Settings are configured with the projector’s System Admin page, which can be accessed with a computer’s web browser. This section explains only the security settings of the System Admin page.

  • Page 20: Configuring Security Settings

    Configuring Security Settings This section explains the procedure for logging in to the projector’s System Admin page from a computer and configuring wireless LAN connection security settings. To log in to the projector’s System Admin page Perform the procedure under “To use a default SSID to connect a computer to the projector via wireless LAN”...

  • Page 21: To Log Out Of The Projector's System Admin Page

    Click the [Login] button. This logs in to the System Admin page and displays the Status screen. Note For security reasons, be sure to change the password you use to log in to the System Admin page from the default. For more information, see “To change the System Admin login password” (page 34).

  • Page 22: To Configure Security Settings

    To configure security settings Perform the procedure under “To log in to the projector’s System Admin page” (page 20) to log into System Admin. Click “Setup” to display the System Admin page Setup screen. Changing only the three settings enclosed in the boxes above is required to configure security settings.

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    Enter the passphrase (or WEP key). The passphrase or WEP key entered in the “Passphrase/WEP Key” text box depends on the security protocol you selected in step 4, as described below. Security Input Character String WPA-PSK TKIP Enter the WPA-PSK or WPA2-PSK passphrase. Enter at least eight and up to 63 single-byte characters, or a hexadecimal value up to 64 digits long.

  • Page 24: Establishing A Wireless Lan Connection After Configuring Security Settings

    Establishing a Wireless LAN Connection after Configuring Security Settings The procedures in this section start from the point that a single projector is projecting the Wireless standby screen following configuration of security settings. They also assume that the computer was restarted after settings were configured.

  • Page 25: Establishing A Wireless Lan Connection With A Second And Subsequent Computers After Configuring Security Settings

    Note When establishing simultaneous wireless LAN connections between a single projector and multiple computers, use the same procedure as above for the second and subsequent computers. For details about the operation required to project from each computer after it is connected, see “Wireless LAN Connection Operations”...

  • Page 26: Wireless Lan Connection Operations

    Wireless LAN Connection Operations This section explains operations you can performed after a wireless LAN connection is established between the projector and a computer. Most of these operations are performed using Wireless Connection 3. Function menu button Minimize button Login code Close button 1-screen projection button Projection indicator...

  • Page 27: Starting And Stopping Projection From A Computer Connected Via Wireless Lan Connection

    Starting and Stopping Projection from a Computer Connected via Wireless LAN Connection Starting 1-screen Projection On the computer from which you want to start 1-screen projection, click the button on the Wireless Connection 3 window. The button will change to and 1-screen projection will start from the computer.

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    To project the display contents of four computers simultaneously (4-screen projection) Establish a wireless LAN connection between the projector and the first computer, and then click the button. This will cause the display contents of the first computer to appear in the upper left corner of the 4-screen projection.

  • Page 29: Displaying The User Name On The Projection Screen

    Displaying the User Name on the Projection Screen Pressing the projector’s remote controller’s [f] key displays the applicable computer user name on the projection screen. In the case of 4-screen projection, the name is displayed in the area where the computer screen image is being projected.

  • Page 30: Terminating A Wireless Lan Connection

    Terminating a Wireless LAN Connection Use Wireless Connection 3 to terminate a wireless LAN connection between the projector and a computer. Click the close button in the upper right corner of the Wireless Connection 3 window. Initializing Wireless Connection 3 Performing the following procedure returns the passphrase/WEP key that is currently recorded on the computer running Wireless Connection 3 to its initial default.

  • Page 31: Configuring Wireless Settings

    Configuring Wireless Settings You can use the projector’s setup menu to configure the Wireless function settings described below. Setting Name Description Change wireless connection Switches the projector’s SSID setting from one of the six default SSIDs to another. Wireless info Displays the projector’s current SSID, login code, and other information.

  • Page 32

    Use the [ ] key to move the highlighting to “Change wireless connection” and then press the [ENTER] key. This displays a dialog box like the one shown below for changing the wireless connection. Each of the connection names that appear on the dialog box corresponds to an SSID as shown below.

  • Page 33

    Use the [ ] key to move the highlighting to “Wireless info” and then press the [ENTER] key. This will display the wireless info dialog box. Display Item Description SSID Projector’s current SSID. Login Code Projector’s current login code. For more information, see “Wireless Standby Screen”...

  • Page 34: System Admin Page Operations And Settings

    System Admin Page Operations and Settings While the projector is connected to a computer via wireless LAN, you can use the computer’s web browser to access the projector’s System Admin page. The System Admin page can be used to configure the projector’s wireless LAN connection settings from your computer. System Admin Page Operations Important! To perform the operations presented here, you must be logged in to the projector’s System...

  • Page 35

    Enter the new password twice into the “New Password” and the “Reinput Password” input boxes. You can enter up to eight characters as the password. Note that you will need the password you enter here the next time you log in to the System Admin page.

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    To configure projector’s network settings and wireless LAN connection settings Establish a wireless LAN connection between the projector and computer, and log in to the projector’s System Admin screen from the projector. Click “Setup” to display the System Admin page “Setup” screen. Change a setting by entering a value or selecting an option.

  • Page 37: Initializing All System Admin Page Settings

    Initializing All System Admin Page Settings This operation returns all of the settings on the System Admin page to their initial factory defaults. For information about default settings, see “System Admin Page Settings” (page 38). Note The user name and passphrase/WEP key information recorded on the computer by Wireless Connection 3 are not initialized by this procedure.

  • Page 38: System Admin Page Settings

    System Admin Page Settings System Admin > Setup Settings Setting Name Description IP Setup Obtain an IP Specifies whether you want to obtain an IP address automatically or specify an IP address manually. address Selecting “Use the following IP address” applies IP address, subnet mask, and automatically/ default gateway information that you input manually.

  • Page 39: System Admin > Change Password

    Setting Name Description Remote on Specifies whether the projector can be turned on via wired LAN while the projector is in standby (projector off with power being supplied). Enable: Power on enabled. Disable: Power on disabled (initial default). Important! Performing an “Initialize Network Settings” operation or “Restore All Defaults”...

  • Page 40: Appendix

    Appendix Using the Token Wizard You can use the Wireless Connection 3 token wizard to install Wireless Connection 3 on USB memory. After you do that, you can run Wireless Connection 3 on a computer that does not have the program installed simply by plugging the USB memory (called a “USB Token”) into the computer’s USB port.

  • Page 41: To Use A Usb Token To Connect A Computer To The Projector Via Wireless Lan

    On a Wireless Connection 3 window, click the function menu button and then click [Token Wizard] on the menu that appears. This displays the token wizard. Click [Next>]. This displays a USB drive selection screen. If there is no USB memory connected to the computer, the message “USB memory could not be detected.”...

  • Page 42: Projecting From A Terminal With Mobishow Installed

    Projecting from a Terminal with MobiShow Installed MobiShow is client software by AWIND that makes it possible to send data wirelessly from various types of mobile terminals to the projector for projection. MobiShow can be used to send photographs and presentation files to the projector and project them. To project from MobiShow Using the procedure under “To switch between default SSIDs”...

  • Page 43: Confirmed Mobishow Platforms

    Install wePresent* on the Mac OS computer, start it up, and then log in to the Projector from wePresent. * You can download wePresent from the CASIO Projector Support Site located at the URL shown below. The CASIO Projector Support Site also includes important information about the required computer environment and operation details.

  • Page 44: Wireless Lan Connection Troubleshooting

    Wireless LAN Connection Troubleshooting Check the following points whenever you are having problems with a wireless LAN connection. Wireless LAN Connection between the Projector and a Computer Problem Cause and Required Action [Reconnect] remains on If any other wireless LAN utility besides Wireless Connection 3 is running on the the Wireless Connection computer, close it.

  • Page 45: Simultaneous Wireless Lan Connections With Multiple Projectors

    Simultaneous Wireless LAN Connections with Multiple Projectors Problem Cause and Required Action Refer to: Wireless Connection 3 is Make sure all of the projectors are turned on. A – running on my computer, projector can be recognized by a computer even if but the Projector List “USB”...

  • Page 46: System Admin Page

    System Admin Page Problem Cause and Required Action Refer to: The System Admin page The browser you are using may be configured to use a – does not appear when I proxy server. Since a proxy server configuration can try to access it from make it impossible to access the System Admin page, Wireless Connection 3.

  • Page 47: Error Messages

    Error Messages Wireless Connection 3 Error Messages Error Message Cause and Required Action Could not connect to The wrong login code was entered when establishing a wireless LAN connection projector. Connection has with a projector configured with default settings. Clicking the [OK] button on the been terminated.

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This manual also for:

Xj-h1750, Xj-h2650, Xj-st155, Xj-st145

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