User's Guide
© 2014 Epson Corporation, Inc., 3/14
CPD-40542

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    User's Guide © 2014 Epson Corporation, Inc., 3/14 CPD-40542...

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    Welcome to the BT-200 This product is a standalone, see-through mobile viewer for both eyes. It allows you to enjoy movies on your home network, or images on your smartphones and tablet devices in comfort. Saving and Viewing You can transfer movies and images saved on a computer to this prod- uct, and then view them.

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    Viewing Images on a Smartphone This product allows you to view images currently being played back on a smartphone. Supports Miracast Miracast is a technology that wirelessly connects sup- ported devices directly with each other and streams movies and music between the devices. This product supports images being received from and streamed to other devices.

  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    Contents Safety Instructions ......6 Viewing Movies on a Website (Browser) ....29 Synchronizing Other Devices and Screens Getting Ready .

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    Reference Guide This guide provides information on applications supported by this product, product settings, and troubleshooting. This guide can be viewed as a PDF file or Help application. See http:// www.epson.com for more details. Symbols Used in this Guide ■...

  • Page 6: Safety Instructions

    01_Chapter title Safety Instructions 01_Head A For your safety, read the attached documents carefully to Unplug the product when it is not being used. The insulation may use this product correctly. After you have read all of the deteriorate, which may result in electric shock, fire, or malfunc- instructions, keep this information for later reference.

  • Page 7: Safety Instructions

    In the following situations, turn off this product immediately, cloth or solvents. If the product housing cracks, it may result in unplug the AC adapter, and contact an authorized Epson dealer. electric shock, malfunction, or fire. Continuing to use under these conditions may result in fire or Do not disassemble or remodel this product.

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    Safety Instructions 01_Chapter title 01_Head A netic waves may cause electromagnetic interference with medi- fragile items in your immediate vicinity while wearing the head- cal equipment or cause the equipment to malfunction. set. The movie may cause you to move your body involuntarily, resulting in damage to nearby items or personal injury.

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    Data stored on the product may be lost or damaged when the manuals. Using it for anything else may result in injury. product malfunctions or is repaired. Epson shall not be respon- sible for the loss of any data or damage to data even during the If a problem or malfunction occurs, stop using this product im- warranty period.

  • Page 10: Getting Ready, Part Names And Functions

    01_Chapter title Getting Ready 01_Head A Part Names and Functions 02__lead Controller Trackpad   Power switch Touch with your finger to operate the product. Slide to the [ ] side to turn on and off ➡“Using the Trackpad” on page 17 the product.

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    Getting Ready 01_Chapter title 01_Head A 02__lead Headset Mute knock Arms By tapping here twice, you can acti- Open the arms to wear. vate the mute knock function which ➡“Wearing the Headset” on page 13 temporarily pauses play back, hides the image, and mutes the audio.

  • Page 12: Charging

    Getting Ready 01_Chapter title 01_Head A Charging 02__lead The product is not fully charged at the time of purchase. Charge before use. This section explains how to charge using the AC adapter. Initial charging takes approximately 5 hours. Connect the headset and the controller. Insert the headset's connection cable into the controller's headset connection port until it clicks.

  • Page 13: Wearing The Headset

    Getting Ready 01_Chapter title 01_Head A Wearing the Headset Understanding the LED indicator The color and status of the LED indicator shows the status 02__lead of the product. Use both hands to open the arms, and then put on the headset. Light-blue Operating Flashing light-blue...

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    Getting Ready 01_Chapter title 01_Head A For people who wear glasses Adjust the width and position of the nose pads so that the lenses are at eye level. The headset can be worn over glasses that are up to 02__lead Adjust the height so that images can be viewed easily.

  • Page 15: Turning On And Off

    Getting Ready 01_Chapter title 01_Head A Turning On and Off By using the supplied lens holder, you can wear the head- set without the problems normally associated with wear- ing a headset over glasses. 02__lead Turning on Contact your local optician to fit custom lenses into the Note lens holder, and attach it to the headset.

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    Getting Ready 01_Chapter title 01_Head A Note blue. You can release Sleep mode by briefly sliding the power switch to the [ ] side again. If the product freezes, you can force it to shutdown by using 02__lead one of the following methods. •...

  • Page 17: Operations, Using The Trackpad

    01_Chapter title Operations 01_Head A Using the Trackpad Operation methods ■ 02__lead This section explains how to operate the product using Move the pointer to an icon or dis- the trackpad. play item, and then tap the trackpad. When you touch the trackpad with your finger, a pointer Do this to launch applications and select items.

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    Operations 01_Chapter title 01_Head A ■ ■ Pinch out Left/Right keys Enlarges the size of the screen by Move your finger right or left along 02__lead moving two fingers apart. the edge of the screen to move the selected item right or left. Hold your finger in place to keep moving right or left beyond the current screen view.

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    Operations 01_Chapter title 01_Head A Entering text Tap a location where text entry is possible to display the 02__lead software keyboard. Tap the keyboard to enter text. Changing the character type Tap the [AB12] key on the keyboard to change the char- acter type of the keyboard.

  • Page 20: Using The Home Screen

    Operations 01_Chapter title Using the Home Screen 01_Head A Launching an application Launch an application from the APPS list screen. You can launch applications and manage various set- 02__lead tings from the Home screen. Home screen The following screen is the initial screen you see when using this product.

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    Operations 01_Chapter title 01_Head A Arranging apps and widgets on the Home screen Deleting apps and widgets from the Home screen Select apps and widgets you want to display on the Home Delete apps and widgets that have been placed on the Home 02__lead screen from the APPS/WIDGET list screen, and then arrange screen.

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    Operations 01_Chapter title 01_Head A Status bar icons No connection with MOVERIO Mirror Sink mode 02__lead Playing music Preinstalled applications Communicating via USB See the Reference Guide for more details on each appli- cation. Connecting/using wireless LAN Gallery Communicating via Bluetooth ➡...

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    Operations 01_Chapter title 01_Head A Email Email 02__lead Camera Music Clock Music playlist Downloads Power control Settings Find Moverio APPS Market Settings MOVERIO Mirror Available widgets Widgets are small applications that display information on the Home screen. The following widgets are available for this product.

  • Page 24: Initial Settings

    Operations 01_Chapter title 01_Head A Initial Settings Tap [ ] on the APPS list screen. 02__lead Set up the following settings before using the product. Setting up network Setup Wi-Fi so that the product can connect to the Internet over a wireless LAN environment. Note Check the following before setting up.

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    Operations 01_Chapter title 01_Head A Setting the language Tap the SSID (network name) you want to connect You can set the display language. 02__lead Tap [ ] on the APPS list screen. Tap [PERSONAL] - [Language & input] - [Language]. Enter the password, and then tap [Connect].

  • Page 26: Viewing Tips

    Operations 01_Chapter title 01_Head A Viewing Tips Setting the date and time Set the date and time. 02__lead How the screen is displayed You can change the size of the screen depending on the Tap [ ] on the APPS list screen. distance from your point of view.

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    Operations 01_Chapter title Note 01_Head A Place the center of the replacement shade over the • How an image is perceived varies depending on the in- center of the headset, and then press the center 02__lead dividual. until it clicks to the headset. •...

  • Page 28: Viewing Images, Viewing Movies Copied From A Computer (gallery)

    01_Chapter title Viewing Images 01_Head A Viewing Movies Copied from a Tap the data you want to view. Computer (Gallery) 02__lead This section explains how to view images saved on your computer. Copy movie data from your computer to this product's internal storage or to a commercially available microSD card.

  • Page 29: Viewing Movies On A Website (browser)

    Viewing Images 01_Chapter title 01_Head A Viewing Movies on a Website (Browser) URL field 02__lead Browser basic operations This section explains how to connect to the Internet and view movies on a website. You can perform the following operations on web pag- Connect to the Internet using Browser.

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    Viewing Images 01_Chapter title 01_Head A Synchronizing Other Devices and Screens (MOVERIO Mirror) 02__lead This section explains how to connect this product to computers, smartphones, and televisions that support Miracast. You can then use the product to view content playing on your computer or smartphone, or watch on Tap [Target Device].

  • Page 31: Viewing Images

    Viewing Images 01_Chapter title 01_Head A • When sending images to other devices: • When sending images to other devices: Launch Gallery to select the content you want to play. Tap the ID of the device you want to connect to, and 02__lead When selecting content, the application selection then press the [ ] key.

  • Page 32: Troubleshooting

    • When inputting audio, use the supplied earphone micro- ➡ “Turning on” on page 15 phone. See http://www.epson.com for recommended earphone microphones that can be used with this prod- • Contact your local Service Center if you forget the pass- uct.

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    Troubleshooting 01_Chapter title 01_Head A When using a public wireless LAN service Cannot perform controller operations • Check that the public wireless LAN service is available. • You cannot perform controller operations when the 02__lead • You may need a contract with the service supplier to use power switch is slid to the side opposite the [ ] (Key the public wireless LAN service.

  • Page 34: Specifications

    01_Chapter title Specifications ■ 01_Head A Main Specifications Model Number BT-200 02__lead Material Polysilicon TFT active matrix LCD panel size 0.42” wide panel (16:9) LCD panel pixel count 518,400 QHD (horizontal 960 x vertical 540 dots) x 3 Angle of view Approximately 23 degrees Virtual screen size 40”...

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    Specifications 01_Chapter title Power consumption 01_Head A 1600 mW when playing movies, 1800 mW when connected to Wi-Fi, 80 mW when standing by Battery Type Lithium polymer battery 2720mAh 02__lead Lithium content Less than 1.5 g Amount of watt hour rating Less than 20 Wh Frequency band IEEE 802.11 b/g/n...

  • Page 36: Intellectual Property Rights

    Wi-Fi®, Wi-Fi Direct™, and Miracast™ are the trademarks or registered trademarks of the Wi-Fi Alliance. GPStream PGPS™ is a trademark of RX Networks, Inc. Other product names used herein are also for identification purposes only and may be trademarks of their respective owners. Epson dis- claims any and all rights in those marks.

  • Page 37: General Notes

    01_Chapter title General Notes 01_Head A Notes Regarding Do not use the Wireless LAN function in France unless you are indoors. Wireless LAN If you purchase this product outside of North America and Taiwan, please note that this product emits wireless LAN electromagnetic waves on channels 1 to 13.

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    Class B Personal Computers and Peripherals; and/or CPU Boards and Power Supplies used with Class B Personal Computers We : Epson America, Inc. Located at : 3840 Kilroy Airport Way MS : 3-13 Long Beach, CA 90806 Tel : 562-981-3840 Declare under sole responsibility that the product identified herein, complies with 47CFR Part 2 and 15 of the FCC rules as a Class B digital device.

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    General Notes 01_Chapter title 01_Head A FCC Compliance This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Statement These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause 02__lead harmful interference to radio communications.

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    01_Chapter title 01_Head A 02__lead Indication of the manufacturer and the importer in accordance with requirements of directive 2011/65/EU (RoHS) Manufacturer: SEIKO EPSON CORPORATION Address: 3-5, Owa 3-chome, Suwa-shi, Nagano-ken 392-8502 Japan Telephone: 81-266-52-3131 Importer: SEIKO EUROPE B.V. Address: Azië building, Atlas ArenA, Hoogoorddreef 5, 1101 BA Amsterdam Zuidoost...

  • Page 41: Contact List

    A more up-to-date contact address can be obtained from the corresponding website listed here. If you do not find what you 02__lead need on any of these pages, please visit the main Epson home page at www.epson.com. EUROPE, MIDDLE EAST & AFRICA...

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    01_Chapter title 01_Head A DENMARK ESTONIA FINLAND FRANCE & DOM-TOM TER- RITORY Epson Denmark Epson Service Center Estonia Epson Finland Transformervej 6 2730 Herlev, c/o Kulbert Ltd. Sirge 4, 10618 Rajatorpantie 41 C FI-01640 Van- 02__lead Epson France S.A. Denmark...

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    Contact List 01_Chapter title 01_Head A LITHUANIA LUXEMBURG MACEDONIA NETHERLANDS Epson Service Center Lithuania Epson Europe B.V. Digit Computer Engineering Epson Europe B.V. c/o ServiceNet Gaiziunu 3 50128 Bul. Partizanski Odredi 62 Vlez II 02__lead Branch office Belgium Benelux sales office...

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    SLOVENIA SPAIN SWEDEN SWITZERLAND Birotehna d.o.o. Epson Ibérica, S.A.U. Epson Sweden Epson Deutschland GmbH Branch Litijska Cesta 259 1261 Ljubljana - Av. de Roma, 18-26 Box 329 192 30 Sollentuna Swe- 02__lead office Switzerland Dobrunje, Slovenia 08290 Cerdanyola del Vallès...

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    02__lead CANADA COSTA RICA MEXICO ECUADOR Epson Canada, Ltd. Epson Costa Rica, S.A. Epson Mexico, S.A. de C.V. Epson Ecuador 185 Renfrew Drive Markham, De la Embajada Americana 200 Boulevard Manuel Avila Camacho Tel: 604-4220 (Guayaquil) Ontario L3R 6G3, Canada...

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    ASIA & OCEANIA AUSTRALIA CHINA HONG KONG INDIA Epson Australia Pty. Ltd. Epson (China) Co., Ltd. Epson Hong Kong Ltd. Epson India Pvt., Ltd. 3 Talavera Road, North Ryde, NSW 7F, Jinbao Building, No.89 Jinbao Unit 715-723, Trade Square, 681...

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    01_Head A NEW ZEALAND PHILIPPINES SINGAPORE TAIWAN Epson New Zealand Epson Philippines Co. Epson Singapore Pte. Ltd. Epson Taiwan Level 2, 7-9 Fanshawe Street, 8th Floor, Anson’ s Center, #23 1 HarbourFront Place, #03-02 Technology & Trading Ltd. 14F, 02__lead...

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