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|Jim Pace||5:30am on Wednesday, October 13th, 2010|
|Use as TV hard disk recorder Bought this to use with my Panasonic TX-L42D25BA LCD/LED TV to give basic PVR facilities. Good HDD This works fine for me - stores all my films and music, is quick and near silent. All in all at £85 its a bargain. Sent this back with in a week I was so excited when I bought this product. Sadly it was sent back for a refund within a week as it died.|
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|Eero1972||12:30pm on Tuesday, August 31st, 2010|
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Chapter 1 Introduction...1
System Requirements...1 Hardware Box Requirements..2 Features...3 Installation...3
Chapter 2 Setting Up the System..4 Chapter 3 Using Presto! WMS..10 Appendix Channel Specifications..12
Note: During Software installation PX-PA15AW is referred as WMS Image 100.
The Plextor PX-PA15AW Wireless Projector Adapter uses Presto! WMS software which is included with this product. You need a projector or monitor for the adapter, and a computer to act as Sender. The Sender can be easily changed without reconnecting any wires. It's all very easy to set up and the hard choices like channel and serial number selection are made automatically.
If you buy more than two devices, the one-to-many transmission mode will not be supported for Ethernet connections. System Requirements Hardware Box Requirements Features Installation
Presto! WMS requires hardware in the form of a wireless card. Here is a list of the system requirements that must be met before installing the programs. Intel Pentium III processor, 800 MHz or faster. Windows 2000 or XP with DirectX 8.1 or later.
A minimum of 256 MB RAM and 200 MB free hard disk space. A display card supporting 16-bit high color or true color with 800 x 600 or above resolution. (1024 x 768 is recommended.)
At least 200 MB hard disk space for running the program. At least 500 MB of available working space.
A Windows-compatible sound card and speakers. CD-ROM or DVD-Rom drive. Wireless card. For transmitting desktop images, the following resolutions are supported: 800 x 600, and 1024 x 768.
Hardware Box Requirements
The WMS-R hardware box supports the Plextors Wireless Projector Adapter System Protocol. Power: 5 V, 1 A for Asia and the U.S.A (5V, 1.7 A for Europe). LAN supported: Ethernet, WLAN 802.11 a/b/g. Processor: TF-530 or TF-522. Flash ROM: 1 MB. SDRAM: 128 KB. Graphics Processor: ASIC or FPGA. DRAM: 2 x 32 MB. Output: D-Sub 15 pins.
Graphics resolution: 800 x 600 and 1024 x 768, for ASIC design, 1280 x 1240 will also be supported.
Color Quality: 16-bit (Normal), 24-bit (Better), 32-bit (Best)
Mouse movement on the Sender computer can be seen on the projected screen. Low transmission error rate. Automatic channel selection and serial number assignment. Automatic scanning for Senders and Adapters, and a list to select from. WEP (Wired Equivalent Privacy) protection for added security.
Before you begin, make sure the hardware is correctly set up. The installation will be done in two parts: one for the Presto! WMS program and one for the hardware driver. Follow the steps below. 1. Insert the disc into the disc drive. Plextor's menu will pop up. Click "Install software" button and then the installation program will start. 2. After installing the software, the system will detect the related hardware and install the driver. Presto! WMS software is now ready to use.
Setting Up the System
Here is how to prepare the program for a presentation. 1. Start Presto! WMS. Presto! WMS will automatically display any network devices. Select one from the list.
2. Click OK to start scanning for channels, and then scanning for the adapters.
Chapter2 Setting Up the System
This scanning process only happens when (1) opening Presto! WMS the first time (2) the adapter has been modified.
Presto! WMS will recognize the previously connected device when opening and skip the device scanning. If the previously connected device has been removed, a message will open and device scanning will be done again.
For WLAN cards that have yet to pass the Windows certification, the scanning process wont find the adapter. This message will appear to help you find a solution: WMS is unable to connect to the receiver with the Windows Standard Utility. To begin using the software, please use your Windows WLAN card utility to manually locate a wireless connection to the receiver. After you click OK, the main control panel will open. If you used the WLAN Card utility to manually locate a wireless connection to the receiver, you can start to play. Otherwise an adapter won't be found. For Ethernet, the scanning process won't start and the main control panel will open. 3. The scanned adapters will be shown on the Adapter List. Click one to select it.
You can select more than one adapter. If Multiple Adapters is selected, there will be a check box for each device on the Adapter List. The selected adapters will receive the same source from Presto! WMS.
4. Click the box.
button on the control panel to open the Settings dialog
5. Click the Adapter tab and make the following settings. Serial Number: Shows the available adapters. Multiple Adapters: Enable this option to select more than one adapter for transmission. There won't be a check box in front of the listed adapters if this option is not enabled. Search: Click this button and the program will scan again for available adapters.
If the network device is Ethernet or the WLAN card has not passed the Windows NDIS certification, the functions on the Adapter tab will be disabled. 6. Click the Quality tab to set up the screen capture quality supported by Presto! WMS.
Color Quality: Click to choose Best, Better, or Normal. The better the quality is, the more likely the stream transmission will be slowed. Monitor Resolution: Click to choose the screen capture resolution.
The default Color Quality is Normal, and the default Monitor Resolution is 1024 x 768.
7. Click the WEP tab to use Wired Equivalent Privacy and add protection to your data. Click Enable WEP Key to activate the encryption function. You can specify any of the four keys to protect your data transmission.
After you have finished, click OK.
If you type the encryption keys and then change to the Adapter tab without clicking OK first, the protected devices wont be found when searching for adapters. If the network device is Ethernet or a WLAN card that hasn't passed the Windows NDIS certification, the functions on the WEP tab will be disabled.
Using Presto! WMS
After you have set up and opened all the programs, you are ready to experience the wonder of wireless multimedia communications. You can project the desktop of the Sender. The audience can watch the mouse move across the screen and view any images you open on the desktop. This is a perfect way to get your point across to your audience. Slide show or PowerPoint presentations come off really well. Here are the Sender controls and an explanation of the available buttons.
Click the play button Click the pause button
to broadcast the desktop image. to suspend the broadcast.
This button may not be available in all versions of the program because it works only when the data is a video file. Click the stop button to quit transmitting data (but the
connection will not be broken). Click the setup button to open the Settings dialog box. to connect to the NewSoft
Click the Live Update button website.
The operation status can be seen in four different modes. Data is being transmitted between computers. Data is being transmitted between computers using the WEP key settings. A connection is being provided by the Access Point. A connection is being provided by the Access Point using the WEP key settings. The connection status icons and the connected device name will only appear when using a WLAN card that has passed the Windows NDIS certification. If not, or the connection device is Ethernet, the status bar will be blank.
This program is based upon the IEEE 802.11 standards. For 802.11a, it uses the 5 GHz band, and for 802.11 b and g, it is the 2.4 GHz band. Here is the channel list. Channel No. Frequency 2412MHz 2417MHz 2422MHz 2427MHz 2432MHz 2437MHz 2442MHz 2447MHz 2452MHz 2457MHz 2462MHz 2467MHz 2472MHz 2484MHz USA-Canada X X X X X X X X X X X ETSI X X X X X X X X X X X X X Japan X X X X X X X X X X X X X X
Appendix Channel Specifications
For 802.11a, there are 3 segments of channel allocation. The list is shown below: Channel No. Frequency USA-Canada ETSI Japan
5170MHz 5180MHz 5190MHz 5200MHz 5210MHz 5220MHz 5230MHz 5240MHz 5260MHz 5280MHz 5300MHz 5320MHz 5500MHz 5520MHz 5540MHz 5560MHz 5580MHz
X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X
5600MHz 5620MHz 5640MHz 5660MHz 5680MHz 5700MHz 5745MHz 5765MHz 5785MHx 5805MHz X X X X
X X X X X X
Wireless Projector Adapter
All-in-one Wireless Presentation Solution
The Plextor PX-PA15AW Wireless Projector Adapter gives you the freedom to broadcast screen-captured images to any projector with a VGA connectivity, from anywhere in the room. PX-PA15AW receivers allow all meeting participants to receive content from the presenter. Your conference or meeting will never be the same.
High frame transfer rate Easy to set-up Wi-Fi IEEE 802.11a/b/g and Ethernet compliant WEP encryption/decryption for added security Low transmission error rate Unlimited toll-free technical support One-year full warranty (parts and labor) HIGH TRANSFER RATE Broadcast screen-captured images from most Wi-Fi enabled computers to any projector with VGA connectivity. EASY SET UP No more swapping the VGA cable between presenters to connect their laptops or PCs with the adapter. WI-FI TECHNOLOGY Wi-Fi IEEE 802.11a/b/g and Ethernet compliant.
Plextor Goes Wireless!
Network standards Bandwidth Channels Transmission rate Antenna Operation humidity Power consumption Connectors Status indicators Dimension (W/H/D) Weight Certification Management protocol Graphics resolution Color depth Security mechanism Frame rate IEEE 802.11 a/b/g, Ethernet 802.11a: 5 GHz - 802.11b/g: 2.4 GHz 802.11b/g: USA & Canada: 11, Europe: 13, Japan: 14 802.11a/g: up to 54 Mbps - 802.11b: up to 11 Mbps 2.4 ~ 2.4835, 5.15 ~ 5.25, 5.725 ~ 5.825 GHz 10 ~ 85%, Non-condensing USA & Taiwan: 5 V, 1 A Europe: 5 V, 1.7 A D-Sub 15 pin, RJ-45 Power on 4.57 in. X 3.13 in. X 1.03 in. 0.42 lbs CE, FCC Web-based utility 800 x 600, 1024 x 768 16-bit / 24-bit / 32-bit 64 / 128 bit WEP Up to 15 FPS
Minimum System Requirements CPU: Pentium III 800MHz or equivalent (minimum) RAM: 256 MB Hard disk space: 500 MB of available WLAN 802.11 a/b/g or b/g card with Infrastructure/Ad-hoc mode support (embedded or card bus) Operating System Windows 2000/XPTM
Operation temperature 32 ~ 104 F
RGB out DC in Ethernet port
Presto! WMS 2.5 user interface
Need more information? www.plextor.com Plextor Corp. 48383 Fremont Blvd. Suite 120 Fremont CA 94538 T: 510.440.2000 F: 510.651.9755 E: firstname.lastname@example.org 800.886.3935
2006 Plextor Corp. All rights reserved. Plextor and the Plextor logo are registered trademarks of Plextor Corp. Other brands and products are trademarks of their respective holder/s. Specifications subject to change without notice. G235.3 PX-PA15AW_DS.v4
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