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BSL: Using the conference room projector

Using the ceiling mounted projector in the BSL conference room (220 McCone)

  • 1) Connect to the "BSLconf" wireless network:
      Select the "BSLconf" network and enter the WPA2 password: "bsl-only".

  • 2) Download and install EasyMP installer for your OS version:
       Accept the default installation options.
          Mac version:  ftp://ncedc.org/outgoing/bsl/Mac_EasyMP
          Windows:   ftp://ncedc.org/outgoing/bsl/Win7_EasyMP

  • 3) Power on the projector by pressing the big power button on the back of the projector.(Note: orange LED will turn to solid green in 10 seconds):
    • Press power button once to turn on
    • To turn off, press power button twice.
  • 3b) OR, power on the projector with the built-in remote:
    • Connect to the BSLconf wireless network.
    • Browse to http://192.168.1.10 (user/password: epsonweb/bsl-only).
    • Click on "Remote Control" and press POWER button.
    • To power off, press POWER button again, then, when prompted on projected image, press POWER again.

  • 4) Run EasyMP to mirror computer video output to projector (Note: may take 5-15 seconds to display):
    • Launch the EasyMP application.
    • Select the projector in the check box to the left.
    • Click "Connect". Your computer screen should be mirrored by the projector

Troubleshooting:

If "no projector is found":

  1. Reboot your computer. (This problem seems to happen with macs.)
  2. Connect to BSLconf wireless network.
  3. Run EasyMP with the "advanced" connection option.
  4. Search for the projector by IP address or projector name, which are both projected on the screen.

If you can't see BSLconf as a wireless network to connect to, there might be something wrong with the router.

  1. The plug for the wireless router is the block-type plug in the socket next to the projector.
  2. Unplug the router and then plug it back in.
  3. Then try again to connect to BSLconf.

Notes: Only presenters should be connected to BSLconf. Non-presenters wishing to connect to the internet should use AirBears.