In Advanced Connect Mode, your computer transmits data to your wireless network router via a wireless access point. Your data is then transmitted from the network router to the projector either: a) through an Ethernet cable via a built-in RJ45 jack or an optional plugin Ethernet module installed in the projector, or b) wirelessly via a wireless access point. This offers you greater flexibility by letting you choose the setup method that's best for your environment.
- Easy and cost-effective to install — uses your existing wireless or wired
- Using Epson's EasyMP software is recommended for fixed usage environments such as classrooms, auditoriums and lecture halls with wireless access point or existing Ethernet cabling and will allow monitor controlling of all Epson projectors on the network
- Computer can connect to any projector on network. Educators can present from one location to students in another location, across campus, across town or across the globe*
- Can present to up to four projectors anywhere on the network simultaneously. Good for presenting to multiple classrooms, collaboration, or large venues with more than one screen
- Epson EasyManagement technology simplifies projector management with centralized monitoring, control and troubleshooting of any projector on the network through a browser or Epson Utility (EMP Monitor)*
- 802.11b/g/a wireless connectivity*
- Up to 54 Mbps transfer rate
- Wireless transfer speeds of up to 30 frames per second in movie sending mode on a PC with MPEG2 files*
- Range: Up to 150 feet from computer
- Compatible with WPA-PSK, WPA-EAP, EAP-TLS, PEAP, LEAP and EAP Fast security protocols*
- Compatible with both Mac and PC networks
†Quick Connect is available only on the Epson PowerLite 1705c and Epson PowerLite 1715c. Not all wireless features are available on all Epson projector models. Please check the model features and specifications for full details.
*Varies depending upon projector model.