Networking

Optoma projectors designed for professional installations have an RJ45 network connector. This enables control, monitoring and sending images to the projector across the local area network (LAN).

  • Instant Access

    Once connected to the network, simply enter the projector’s IP address into the web browser’s address bar and the Optoma web interface allows control of virtually any function of the projector in a few clicks.

    All Optoma projectors support static and dynamic IP addresses (assigned via DHCP).

  • Advanced Monitoring

    The free Crestron RoomView® Express software provides a custom configurable interface to monitor, manage and control multiple projectors remotely from a PC.

    Download Crestron RoomView® software from crestron.com/getroomview

    Manage up to 250 projectors at the same time – group projectors into categories and control them independently. Instantly monitor the power, lamp and error status of all units from a single window.

    Set up automatic email alerts to notify the correct personnel of any issues. Display warning messages onscreen in the event of an emergency. Ideal for large installations in both in the education and business environments.

    Reduce overheads and power consumption by scheduling projectors to automatically power ON/OFF at a specific time of day.

    Crestron RoomView Server Edition offers a completely customizable platform virtually without limitations for larger installations involving greater levels of automation and control. All Optoma projectors with Crestron-Connected RJ45 network connections are fully compatible with both editions of Crestron RoomView.

  • Control System Integration

    Support for Extron IP Link, AMX dynamic device discovery and PJ-Link protocols enable control of most aspects of the projector across a network from anywhere.

    PJLink is a standard set of commands designed to unify communication interfaces and protocols across multiple manufacturers, enabling easier installations of new and replacement equipment.

     

    Extron and AMX control systems use text-based commands to communicate with devices on a network.

    Optoma projectors use the same unified code set for both RS-232 and network control to simplify the programming procedure and reduce time required onsite.

    Advanced users can control and monitor the projectors using Telnet. Telnet enables users to connect to the command line interface of the projector remotely; making it ideal for troubleshooting any potential issues.

  • Network Projection

    Advanced network chipsets enable sharing content from a computer to a projector across the network. Simply download the free software from the projector’s web interface to start sharing charts, figures and images.

    One-to-Many

    Broadcast the desktop across the network to up to 8 projectors simultaneously using the free Optoma Presenter software.

     

    LAN Display

    Simultaneously screen share from up to four computers to a single projector.

    Video with Audio

    HD video with audio can stream across the network to create exciting and engaging presentations every time using the Wireless Projection System software.