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Projector
L51W
Application Guide
Supported applications
MirrorOp Lite
MirrorOp Sender Lite
MirrorOp Receiver
MobiShow Lite
PtG2 Converter
WiFi Doc
(for Windows)
(for Mac)
(for iOS and Android)
(for iOS)
(for Windows)
/ WiFi-Doc
(for iOS)
/ MobiShow
(for Android)
(for Android)
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  • Page 1 Projector L51W Application Guide Supported applications MirrorOp Lite (for Windows) MirrorOp Sender Lite (for Mac) MirrorOp Receiver (for iOS and Android) MobiShow Lite / MobiShow (for iOS) (for Android) PtG2 Converter (for Windows) WiFi Doc / WiFi-Doc (for iOS) (for Android)
  • Page 2: About Trademarks

    (3) While this guide has been prepared with utmost care, should you have any doubts or notice mistakes or omissions, please contact NEC. (4) Please note that NEC will accept no responsibility whatsoever for damages, claims for lost earnings, etc., resulting from the use of this product, irrespective of the provisions in (3) above.
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Contents 1. Description of supported applications ...................4 1-1. MirrorOp Lite (for Windows) / MirrorOp Sender Lite (for Mac) ...........4 1-2. MobiShow Lite (for iOS) / MobiShow (for Android) ..............5 1-3. WiFi Doc (for iOS) / WiFi-Doc (for Android) .................5 2. Connecting the projector and computer by wireless LAN .........6 2-1.
  • Page 4: Description Of Supported Applications

    1. Description of supported applications The projector supports the AWIND Inc. applications below. 1-1. MirrorOp Lite (for Windows) / MirrorOp Sender Lite (for Mac) page These are software programs for connecting the projector and computer by wireless LAN, sending the computer’s screen to the projector and projecting it on the projector’s screen. The computer’s screen can be projected on the projector’s screen wirelessly.
  • Page 5: Mobishow Lite (For Ios) / Mobishow (For Android)

    1-2. MobiShow Lite (for iOS) / MobiShow (for Android) page These are software programs for connecting the projector with a smartphone (or a tablet terminal) by wireless LAN, then transferring the JPEG or PtG2 files* on the smartphone (or tablet terminal) to the projector and projecting them on the screen. * PtG2 files are exclusive MobiShow files that have been converted from Powerpoint files us- ing PtG2 Converter (a Windows application).
  • Page 6: Connecting The Projector And Computer By Wireless Lan

    2. Connecting the projector and computer by wire- less LAN Please purchase a separately sold wireless LAN unit to connect the projector and computer by wireless LAN. The network settings of the computer, smartphone and tablet terminal must be Important set so that the IP addresses are acquired automatically.
  • Page 7: Connecting The Projector And Computer By Wireless Lan

    1. Display the projector’s wireless LAN standby screen. See “2-1. Displaying the projector’ s wireless LAN standby screen”. 2. Connect the projector and computer by wireless LAN. See “2-2. Connecting the projector and computer by wireless LAN”. 3. Launch a web browser on the computer, input “http://192.168.100.10/” in the URL input field, then press the (Enter) key. The “Welcome to the NEC Projector Server” screen appears. This screen is only displayed in English.
  • Page 8 4. Click “Configure” in the upper left of the screen. The “Network Settings” screen appears. • This screen is only displayed in English. • Input the projector name (SSID) using up to 32 one-byte letters or numbers. • The default value for Channel is “11”. • When WEP, WPA-PSK or WPA2-PSK is selected, input the key in the “Key” and “Confirm Key” fields. - 5- or 13-digit ASCII codes can be used for the WEP key. - 8- to 63-digit ASCII codes can be used for the WPA-PSK key. - 8- to 63-digit ASCII codes can be used for the WPA2-PSK key. 5. To apply the changed settings, click [Apply]. 6. Close the web browser window. Note When the “Channel”...
  • Page 9: Mirrorop Lite (For Windows) / Mirrorop Sender Lite (For Mac)

    1. Display the projector’s wireless LAN standby screen. See “2-1. Displaying the projector’ s wireless LAN standby screen”. 2. Connect the projector and computer by wireless LAN. See “2-2. Connecting the projector and computer by wireless LAN”. 3. Launch a web browser on the computer, input “http://192.168.100.10/” in the URL input field, then press the (Enter) key. The “Welcome to the NEC Projector Server” screen appears. This screen is only displayed in English.
  • Page 10: Installing The Software On The Computer

    4. Click “Windows OS” or “Mac OS” at the center of the screen. Select “Windows OS” or “Mac OS” according to the computer you are using. When “Windows OS” is clicked Store the “NEC_MirrorOp.exe” file in the desired folder on the computer. When “Mac OS” is clicked The “NEC_Mac.pkg” file is downloaded onto the computer. 5. Once downloading of the software is completed, close the web browser. 3-3. Installing the software on the computer For Windows 1.
  • Page 11: Basic Operation Of Mirrorop Lite (For Windows)

    3-4. Basic operation of MirrorOp Lite (for Windows) 1. Connect the projector and computer by wireless LAN. See “2-2. Connecting the projector and computer by wireless LAN”. 2. Double-click the “MirrorOp Lite” icon on the desktop. When MirrorOp Lite (for Windows) is started the first time, the Benchmark & Configuration Tool is launched. • The tool diagnoses your computer’ s performance. • The Benchmark & Configuration Tool is only displayed in English. 3. Click [Next]. Diagnosis of the computer’ s performance starts. When diagnosis is completed, a screen showing the results is displayed. Note At the “PC Desktop Resolution Change”...
  • Page 12: Basic Operation Of Mirrorop Sender Lite (For Mac)

    5. Select the projector’s SSID (”NECLEDPJ” by default), then click [Connect]. A window for confirming the change of the computer’ s screen resolution appears. Resolution shown in the window for confirming varies depending on your computer. 6. Check the message, then click [OK]. The computer’ s screen resolution changes and the computer’ s screen is projected from the projec- tor. • To display the image without changing the current resolution, click [Cancel]. • After the first time, the Benchmark & Configuration Tool is no longer launched when MirrorOp Lite (for Windows) is started. About operations on the MirrorOp Lite window Cancels transmission of the computer’s screen.
  • Page 13 3. Select the projector’s SSID (”NECLEDPJ” by default), then click [Connect]. A window for confirming the change of the computer’ s screen resolution appears. Resolution shown in the window for confirming varies depending on your computer. 4. Check the message, then click [OK]. The computer’ s screen resolution changes and the computer’ s screen is projected from the projec- tor. • To display the image without changing the current resolution, click [Cancel]. • The MirrorOp Lite window is operated in the same way as described for Windows. page 12) 5. To quit MirrorOp Sender Lite (for Mac), click on the MirrorOp Lite window.
  • Page 14: Using The Sidepad Function (Mirrorop Receiver (For Ios And Android))

    3-6. Using the SidePad function (MirrorOp Receiver (for iOS and Android)) When MirrorOp Receiver (for iOS and Android) is used, the tablet terminal (iPad or Android), projector and computer can be connected by wireless LAN and MirrorOp Lite (for Windows) or MirrorOp Sender Lite (for Mac) on the computer can be operated from the tablet terminal.
  • Page 15: Basic Operation Of Mirrorop Receiver (For Android)

    9. Click “ → MirrorOp Receiver(SidePad)”. The same screen as on the computer appears on the iPhone (or iPad). • The computer can be operated on the iPhone (or iPad) screen. 10. Press the home button to quit MirrorOp Receiver. 3-6-4. Basic operation of MirrorOp Receiver (for Android) 1. Connect the projector and computer using MirrorOp Lite (for Windows) or MirrorOp Sender Lite (for Mac). •...
  • Page 16: Mobishow Lite (For Ios) / Mobishow (For Android)

    4. MobiShow Lite / MobiShow (for iOS) (for Android) These are software programs for connecting the projector with a smartphone (or a tablet terminal) by wireless LAN, then transferring the JPEG or PtG2 files* on the smartphone (or tablet terminal) to the projector and projecting them on the screen. * PtG2 files are exclusive MobiShow files that have been converted from Powerpoint files us- ing PtG2 Converter (a Windows application).
  • Page 17: Basic Operation Of Mobishow Lite (For Ios)

    2. Use the included USB cable to connect the projector’s USB-B port with a USB port (type A) on the computer. 3. Press the button on the remote control. USB-A The Multimedia menu is displayed. 4. Use the buttons on the remote control to set the cursor to “Connect PC”, press the ...
  • Page 18 2. Once synchronization is completed, operate iTunes as shown below. (1) Select the iPhone (or iPad). (2) Select Apps . (3) In the file share column, select MobiShow Lite . (4) Drag and drop the JPEG or PtG2 files to the MobiShow Lite document column. (5) Click [Sync] or [Apply].
  • Page 19: Basic Operation Of Mobishow (For Android)

    About operation of the MobiShow Lite screen * The screen at the right is displayed when “Photo- Sender” is selected. Starts a slide show. (When is tapped, the icon switches to Cancels image projection. Projects the previous image. Projects the next image. Rotates the image 90 degrees counterclockwise.
  • Page 20: Basic Operation Of Ptg2 Converter (For Windows)

    10. Tap “Photo” or “PtG”. The MobiShow screen is displayed. About operations on the MobiShow screen * The screen at the right is for when “Photo” is selected. Starts the slide show. (When is tapped, the icon switches to Play <Pause>) Projects the previous image. Prev Projects the next image.
  • Page 21: Wifi Doc (For Ios) / Wifi-Doc (For Android)

    5. WiFi Doc / WiFi-Doc (for iOS) (for Android) These are software programs for connecting the projector with a smartphone (or a tablet terminal) by wireless LAN, then transferring Microsoft Office, PDF or text files on the smart- phone (or tablet terminal) to the projector and projecting them on the screen. Files with the following extensions are supported: txt, pdf, doc, ppt, xls, docx, pptx, xlsx and pps 5-1.
  • Page 22: Basic Operation Of Wifi-Doc (For Android)

    7. Tap “WiFiDoc”. 8. Tap “NECPJ”. The list of documents is displayed. 9. Tap the file name. The image is projected from the projector. About the WiFi Doc screen P r o j e c t s t h e P r o j e c t s t h e previous page.
  • Page 23 10. Select the folder in which the image to be projected is stored. 11. Tap the file name. The image is projected from the projector. • Operation of the WiFi-Doc screen is the same as for WiFi-Doc for iOS. 12. To quit WiFi-Doc, press the Back button. Reference • When the (Menu) button is pressed on the Searching for a receiver screen, the menu appears.
  • Page 24: Troubleshooting

    6-2. Cautions on running MirrorOp Lite (for Windows) and Image Express Utility 2.0 simultaneously on Windows XP On Windows XP, do not run MirrorOp Lite (for Windows) and NEC Image Express Utility 2.0 simultaneously.The Windows XP hardware accelerator may automatically be set to “None”.
  • Page 25 4. Left-click “Advanced”. 5. Left-click the “Troubleshoot” tab. 6. If the “Hardware acceleration” slider bar is set to “None”, change it to “Full”. 7. If the setting has been changed, left-click “Apply”.
  • Page 26: Activation Reminder

    6-3. Activation Reminder If another access point other than the one for this projector (initial setting: NECLEDPJ) is con- nected at the time of access point selection for MirrorOp Lite (for Windows)/MirrorOp Sender Lite (for Mac), the “Activation Reminder” screen may be displayed. If this happens, select “Re- mind me later”...