This site shows the new line-up of Panasonic projectors and provides
detailed information for home use and business use projectors.
- Projector Global Home
- Product Line-up
- PT-LB90 Series
- Wired/Wireless LAN Compatible Network Functions
The Wireless Manager ME5.5 application provided with the projector allows easy transfer of data from the screen of a personal computer through a wireless*/cable LAN connection. It can be used to transfer both audio** and video*** files. The application is supported by Windows® 2000/XP/Vista®/7 and Macintosh OS (OS X Ver. 10.4/10.5/10.6) so that it can be installed and used in a wide range of computers. When a wireless LAN* connection is used, there is no need to connect a VGA cable between the computer and projector; therefore, it allows easy and speedy setup, and a flexible system layout. This frees the presenter from having to stay close to the operating console, so he or she can walk around the room with the notebook PC in hand or move to the audience area. This allows more flexible and effective presentations. The projector can also display images transferred from multiple computers, for smoother progress in large conferences with many participants.
* If the computer is not equipped with a wireless LAN function, a wireless LAN card is required. In the case of Macintosh computers, only the built-in wireless LAN function is supported. Network functions such as Live mode and Multi-Live mode can also be used with a cable LAN.
|The PT-LB90NT provides a host of convenient wireless functions, including Live mode and Multi- Live mode. In Live mode, the image projected is identical to the image seen on the PC screen. In Multi-Live mode, you can wirelessly connect with multiple PCs.
Other wireless functions include Wireless Prompter (Secondary Display Transmission), selective area transmission, and a 16-window index style that lets you project images from up to 16 PCs at the same time. Wireless transmission is possible from one PC to a maximum of eight projectors at a time.
|Four-Window Multi Style
||Four-Window Index Style||16-Window Index Style|
This style displays up to four computer screens at a time. Great for ensuring that all members of a meeting are able to participate.
This one displays thumbnails of four computer screens. From it, you can display a full-size screen of any selected PC by wireless remote control. Ideal for presenter-led meetings.
This style displays thumbnails of 16 computer screens. Good for displaying a list of computers.
|The Projector Signal Map graphically displays all of the presently connectable projectors in three steps that indicate the strength of the wireless signals between the projectors and your computer. This lets you easily search for the projectors you want even when wireless projectors are being used in adjacent conference rooms or classrooms.|
|A Web browser on a computer connected
through a wireless* or wired LAN system
lets you remotely operate projectors and
check their status. An e-mail messaging
function can also notify you when a lamp
needs replacement, and indicate the overall
projector status. In addition, Multi Projector
Monitoring and Control Software** is available
free of charge for monitoring and controlling
several Panasonic projectors from a
single PC. The wired LAN terminal is compatible
with PJLink™(Class1), an open protocol
that is used by many manufacturers,
to enable integrated control of systems that
contain different brands of projectors.
* If your computer does not have a wireless LAN function, it will require a wireless LAN card. Only Macintosh computers with a built-in LAN function can be used.
** This software is available at here.
|Two types of application software – "Panasonic Wireless Projector for iOS" and "Panasonic Wireless Projector for Android" – are available for wireless data transmission from an iOS or Android device. They let you connect to a wireless-ready Panasonic projector to send and project PowerPoint, PDF, JPEG and other files.
This means you can easily project data stored on your tablet onto a large screen to share with others, allowing for a new form of highly engaging presentations. They can both be downloaded for free – the iOS version from the AppStore, and the Android version from Google Play.