Educational Solutions Features
Classes can be conducted smoothly and freely, with students deepening their understanding through active interaction among all the class members.
One Click Connection
Just clicking on the One Click Connection (“OCC” hereinafter) icon set up for each classroom creates a wireless connection with the projector and initiates projection. The time and effort spent on activities such as establishing cable connections, switching inputs and making wireless settings are significantly reduced, so that classes can begin right away.
- The C-Connection network projection app (Windows or Mac) required.
Connection Setting on Browser
Creation of the OCC file and the projector connection settings can be conducted on the IT manager’s web browser. This spares IT managers the trouble of constructing a network environment.
- The C-Connection network projection app must be installed on every PC beforehand.
This function makes it possible to manage the projection operations of students’ PCs collectively by smartphone or tablet. The teacher can select any student’s PC from anywhere in the classroom and project the relevant contents onto the screen immediately. This is a practical way of enhancing teaching efficiency and increasing student participation through activities such as presentation of assignments. A maximum of 40 devices can be connected simultaneously including teacher’s devices.
- The number of connectable devices depends on the user’s network environment.
- The C-Connection network projection app (Windows /Mac /Chrome), or MirrorOp Presenter(Android /iOS) required.
When students click the OCC icon to indicate completion of a classroom assignment, their user name is displayed in a list on the teacher’s smart device screen. This makes it easy for the teacher to tell which students have completed the assignment and to select students to present their solutions while still circulating the room.
The PC screens of up to four students can be projected simultaneously. This approach can be used to initiate vibrant discussions in which students compare the solutions offered by various class members, deepen their understanding of the issues, and discuss multiple opinions and assertions presented by their classmates.
Remote control of the PC and projector by smartphone or tablet enables teachers to project the screens they want to show from anywhere in the classroom. This enables them to coordinate their lessons directly with students’ input and needs.
Teachers can switch among teaching materials and turn pages while walking around the classroom, without returning to the podium each time.
- Installation of the C-Connection network projection app in the PC and the MirrorOp Receiver app in the smartphone or tablet is required.
When a document camera, DVD player or other device is connected to the projector, remote switching among input terminals can be conducted as appropriate.
End of Class
Auto Projection OFF
Pressing the stop button on the C-Connection network projection app when the class ends removes the projected image from the screen while maintaining the network connection status. One Click Connection is all it takes to start the next class immediately. Because there is no need to turn the power ON/OFF before and after every class, preparation and tidying up are trouble free.
- The C-Connection network projection app (Windows /Mac /Chrome), or MirrorOp Presenter(Android /iOS) required when using wireless connection.
- A new projection session can be started using the same signal within 20 minutes of Auto Projection OFF.
- Wired use is also possible by plugging in and unplugging a cable.
Auto Power OFF After 20 Minutes
After 20 minutes in the Auto Projection OFF mode, the projector’s main power supply is turned off automatically. This prevents it from being left on accidentally, and reduces the pressure on IT managers to confirm the projector status after school.
PC/Smart Device Projection Applications
The Chrome OS version will be available in June, 2019.
Other ES Features
Auto Input Search
When the power is turned ON after the cable is connected, the projector searches for the input signal and initiates projection automatically.
The ability to display a large timer in the center of the screen comes in handy for various classroom activities, such as informing students of assignment and examination time limits.
Nine built-in templates comprising frequently used borders and grids are available for use in class. Original images can also be registered.
Built-in 9 Templates
Original image examples
Images can be rotated horizontally, a useful capability for studying movement and form.
R-Hybrid Light Source
CASIO’s unique optical engine combines a laser with an LED. It achieves high luminance by using light from a blue laser converted by the phosphor and the color wheel to complement the red light conventionally projected by red LEDs. The resulting light source realizes high brightness of 4000 lumens.
1.7x Optical Zoom
A 1.7x optical zoom makes projector installation easy by eliminating the need to change the positions of existing metal fittings.
- The operating range may vary with the projector.
Advanced Cooling Structure
CASIO’s unique technologies, we are able to achieve 4,000 lumens high brightness, noise-reduction, compact design, and dust-resistant structure at the same time.
CASIO designed 2-block structure, one is light source block which produces much heat, and the other is power supply block which produces less heat, and designed the most appropriate cooling structure in each block.
With this, we could minimized the number of cooling fans and achieved noise-reduction.
3D Cooling air Passage
CASIO designed parts of the light source and cooling air passage 3-dimentionally to enable the most appropriate control of intake and exhaust air.
We achieved the most compact size for this class.
Shielded Optical Unit
Strengthening shield of optical unit including lens, we achieved the highest dust-resistant level in our line-up. No need for filter replacement.
The newly developed color mode is ideal for displaying medical documents, such as CT and MRI scans. It employs gradated settings resembling the DICOM standard to present sharp, clear images in fine detail.
- These projectors are not medical devices and should not be used to interpret CT or MRI scans or to conduct diagnoses.
20000h Long Life Light Source
No replacement of high-pressure mercury lamps reduces costs
Low TCO (Total Cost of Ownership)
Dramatically lower, TCO by eliminating lamp costs, lamp replacement labor costs, and filter costs
Intelligent / Instant Light Control
Seven-level adjustment for optimal brightness. It also contributes to power saving.
* Auto adjustment: Intelligent Light Control , Manual adjustment: Instant Light Control
CASIO projectors are equipped with an SSI* light source employing the most advanced light source technology. Although the use of mercury is widely prohibited worldwide today, this hazardous substance continues to be employed as a light source for conventional projector lamps. CASIO has eliminated the use of mercury from its products in consideration of the enviroment. Adoption of an SSI light source, combined with CASIO’s original energy-saving design,also contributes to reducing CO2 emissions.
- SSI (solid state illumination) light sources employ LEDs,lasers or other such lighting technologies.
USB Power Supply
Support for smart presentations
Supplying power through a USB Port allows easy connection of any screen mirroring device using the HDMI Terminal. The USB port has a DC 5V which provides power to the screen mirroring device such as Intel WiDi/Miracast™ using this port.
- Intel is a trademark or registered trademark of Intel Corporation in the U.S. and other countries.
- Miracast is a registered trademark of Wi-Fi Alliance.
(1) Computer terminal 1
(2) Computer terminal 2
(3) Monitor output terminal
(4) HDMI terminal 1
(5) HDMI terminal 2
(6) USB terminal (Micro-B)
(7) USB terminal (Type-A) 1
(8) USB terminal (Type-A) 2
(9) Audio input terminal 1
(10) Audio input terminal 2
(11) Audio output terminal
(12) Audio input terminal (RCA)
(13) Video input terminal (RCA)
(14) Mic terminal
(15) Control terminal (RS-232C)
(16) LAN terminal