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ASAKUKI AVIGATOR 410W Portable WiFi Movie Projector User Manual

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About ASAKUKI

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Contact Us

If you have any suggestions or if you run into any problems, please feel free to contact us.

  • Tel: +1 626) 278-4691
  • Email: support @ASAKUKI.COM 

First Use

  1. Uncover the projector lens cap.ASAKUKI AVIGATOR 410W Portable WiFi Movie Projector-fig 1
  2. Plug the power cord into the projector.ASAKUKI AVIGATOR 410W Portable WiFi Movie Projector-fig 2
  3. Press the power button to turn on the projector.ASAKUKI AVIGATOR 410W Portable WiFi Movie Projector-fig 3
  4. Connect the projector to the HD port support device.ASAKUKI AVIGATOR 410W Portable WiFi Movie Projector-fig 4
  5. Select the input source.ASAKUKI AVIGATOR 410W Portable WiFi Movie Projector-fig 5
  6. Adjust here accordingly.ASAKUKI AVIGATOR 410W Portable WiFi Movie Projector-fig 6
  7. Adjust the keystone and focus ring to get the best image performance.ASAKUKI AVIGATOR 410W Portable WiFi Movie Projector-fig 7
  8. Press the power button twice to turn off the projector.ASAKUKI AVIGATOR 410W Portable WiFi Movie Projector-fig 8

Note: Each time you move the projector distance or adjust the projector angle, you need to adjust the keystone and focus manually again for the best image performance

Steps to Wireless Connection (Screen Mirroring)

iPhone/iPad (IOS system)

First-time connection Setting up the connection (may require cellular data for the first-time setup).

  • Step 1. Turn on the projector and select “CAST” Screen Mirroring as the input source.ASAKUKI AVIGATOR 410W Portable WiFi Movie Projector-fig 10
  • Step 2. Go to “Settings” and connect to “WJ-XXXXXX” (password: 12345678) in Wi-Fi setup.
  • Step 3. Exit the “Settings” and open “Screen Mirroring/Airplay Mirroring”. Click the “WJ-XXXXXX” to connect to the projector.ASAKUKI AVIGATOR 410W Portable WiFi Movie Projector-fig 9

Note: After connecting, the mobile phone only can use cellular data.

  • If you need to use home WI-FI, please follow the next step: Streaming with your Wi-Fi(wireless connection)

Streaming with your Wi-Fi (wireless connection)

  • Step 1. Turn on the projector and select “CAST” Screen Mirroring as the input source.ASAKUKI AVIGATOR 410W Portable WiFi Movie Projector-fig 10
  • Step 2. Press the “OK” button on the remote control to search for Wi-Fi. Then select your Wi-Fi and enter the password. Tap “Connect”. Your Wi-Fi should be displayed on the projector’s interface of Screen Mirroring for the IOS System after a successful connection.ASAKUKI AVIGATOR 410W Portable WiFi Movie Projector-fig 11

Note: The connection process takes 3-10 seconds, which is depending on the network speed.

  • Step 3. Connect your iPhone/iPad to the same WI-FI. Open “Screen Mirroring” on your device and click “WJ-XXXXXX” to connect.ASAKUKI AVIGATOR 410W Portable WiFi Movie Projector-fig 12

Android System (Wireless Connection)

To use this function, your Android device must support a Multi-screen/Wireless display.

  • Step 1. Turn on the projector and select “CAST” Screen Mirroring as the input source.ASAKUKI AVIGATOR 410W Portable WiFi Movie Projector-fig 15
  • Step 2. Go to the “Settings” and open your Wi-Fi. (If you use your phone’s cellular data, please ignore Step 2)
  • Step 3. Activate the Multi-screen function in your Android device and search for the projector, select “WJ-XXXXXX” and click to connect. Your Android device display will be projected to the wall/screen after a successful connection.

Please note

  • a. Make sure your mobile device is within 3 ft distance from the projector when using the wireless connection.
  • b. Some mobile devices do not support screen mirroring.

Example Connect to a SAMSUNG S7 Mobile Phone.ASAKUKI AVIGATOR 410W Portable WiFi Movie Projector-fig 14

  • Step 1. Turn on the projector and select “CAST” Screen Mirroring as the input source.
  • Step 2. Go to the “Settings” and open your Wi-Fi.
  • Step 3. Open the “Smart View” on your device, select “WJ-XXXXXX” and click to connect.

Steps to Connect through Charging Cable

iPhone/iPad (IOS system)
Screen Mirroring with the original lightning cable.

  • Step 1. Turn on the projector and select “CAST” Screen Mirroring as the input source.ASAKUKI AVIGATOR 410W Portable WiFi Movie Projector-fig 15
  • Step 2. Connect your iPhone/iPad to the “USB-T” port of the projector with the original lightning cable.
  • Step 3. Select “Trust” in the pop-up window of “Trust This Computer?”. The display of your iPhone/iPad should be projected to the wall/screen after a few seconds.ASAKUKI AVIGATOR 410W Portable WiFi Movie Projector-fig 16

For Android Phone (Android system)
App Installation and Download Guide

  • Step 1. Turn on the projector and select Screen Mirroring as the input source.ASAKUKI AVIGATOR 410W Portable WiFi Movie Projector-fig 17
  • Step 2. Connect your Android mobile device to the USB-T port of the projector using the original charging cable. A window will pop up automatically and prompt you to download the App. Please select “VIEW” to finish the download and installation.
  • Step 3. Unplug the original cable and reconnect the device. A window will pop up to start the App. Please select “START NOW”.
  • Step 4. After starting the App, select “OK” in the pop-up windows of “RKCast”. Your device’s screen should be projected to the wall/screen in a few seconds.ASAKUKI AVIGATOR 410W Portable WiFi Movie Projector-fig 18ASAKUKI AVIGATOR 410W Portable WiFi Movie Projector-fig 19ASAKUKI AVIGATOR 410W Portable WiFi Movie Projector-fig 20

Please note

  • a. The charging cable must be the original cable or a compatible cable, or the screen mirroring may be unsuccessful.
  • b. Some mobile devices may not support screen mirroring.

Input SourceASAKUKI AVIGATOR 410W Portable WiFi Movie Projector-fig 21
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Package IncludeASAKUKI AVIGATOR 410W Portable WiFi Movie Projector-fig 25

  • Power Cable x1ASAKUKI AVIGATOR 410W Portable WiFi Movie Projector-fig 26
  • Remote Control x1 Battery not Included)ASAKUKI AVIGATOR 410W Portable WiFi Movie Projector-fig 27
  • Adjustable Foot x1ASAKUKI AVIGATOR 410W Portable WiFi Movie Projector-fig 28
  • 3 in 1 Video Cable x1ASAKUKI AVIGATOR 410W Portable WiFi Movie Projector-fig 29
  • HD Line xlASAKUKI AVIGATOR 410W Portable WiFi Movie Projector-fig 30
  • Lens Cover x1ASAKUKI AVIGATOR 410W Portable WiFi Movie Projector-fig 31
  • Projector User ManualASAKUKI AVIGATOR 410W Portable WiFi Movie Projector-fig 32
  • FAQ Card x1ASAKUKI AVIGATOR 410W Portable WiFi Movie Projector-fig 33
  • Dust Removal Kit x1ASAKUKI AVIGATOR 410W Portable WiFi Movie Projector-fig 34
  • Carrying Bag x1ASAKUKI AVIGATOR 410W Portable WiFi Movie Projector-fig 35

Tips

  1. Blurry Image
    1. First, correct the keystone to a rectangle. 4-20 ft(Suggested projection distance: 5 ft-10 ft)
    2. ( Second, rotate the focus button to gain the best clarity.
      Effective Projection Distance: 4-20 ft (Suggested projection distance: 5 ft-10 ft)  

  2. Mounting
    Hole Adopting a single mounting hole dual-use design, the projector is compatible with the standard camera tripod and 1/4 inch screw projector tripod stand. Meanwhile, you can rotate up and down the screw to meet different height needs.

  3. Attention
    There are various types of mobile phones on the market and the motherboard cannot support all models of mobile phones, so if you connect your phone to the projector via cable, the audio will be played on your phone, only connect your phone to the projector via wireless, the audio will be played on your projector.

Structure DiagramASAKUKI AVIGATOR 410W Portable WiFi Movie Projector-fig 36
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Install and Debug

1. Install the Projector

You can choose to place the projector on the horizontal plane or attach it to a hanging bracket.

Horizontal PlacementASAKUKI AVIGATOR 410W Portable WiFi Movie Projector-fig 40

Hanging Bracket InstallationASAKUKI AVIGATOR 410W Portable WiFi Movie Projector-fig 41

Attention: The hanging bracket is an accessory that is not included

2. Adjust the Focal LengthASAKUKI AVIGATOR 410W Portable WiFi Movie Projector-fig 42

Distortion Image Diagram

  • Keystone DistortionASAKUKI AVIGATOR 410W Portable WiFi Movie Projector-fig 43
    • Blurred ImageASAKUKI AVIGATOR 410W Portable WiFi Movie Projector-fig 44

Adjust the projector’s keystone correction ring and the focusing ring to obtain a satisfactory image. It is recommended to adjust the keystone correction ring in case of keystone distortion in the image(Figure 1 on the right). When the screen image is blurred (Figure 2 on the right), it is recommended to adjust the focus ring to improve the picture definition. Please move forward or backward proportionally in case the adjustment is unable to obtain a satisfactory definition.

3. Adjust the image projected on the screen

Check the horizontal and vertical screen settingsASAKUKI AVIGATOR 410W Portable WiFi Movie Projector-fig 45

! Attentions: Change the projection mode in case the projector is hanging from the ceiling, or in a rear projection systemASAKUKI AVIGATOR 410W Portable WiFi Movie Projector-fig 46

  1. Please move the project to one side in case of left or right screen offsets. (Align the screen center to the projector lens center)
  2. Please move the projector vertically up and down so that the projected image is in the middle of the screen.
  3. Please place the projector on a horizontal plane for angle offsets.
  4. The projection screen as shown in the figure indicates the projector is not aligned to the screen. Please adjust the projector’s location to align with the screen.

4. Safe Shutdown

  1. Tap the key twice © on the remote control to shut down the projector.
  2. Press and hold the key twice © on the control panel to shut down the projector. 
  3. Please unplug the power cord after the projector shutdowns to save energy.

Projection Settings

  1. Options related to “Audio “are set on this screen.
    ASAKUKI AVIGATOR 410W Portable WiFi Movie Projector-fig 47
  2. Options related to “Settings” are set on this screen.

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Get a better viewing effect with appropriate settings. The main content of the projection can be set in the following stepsASAKUKI AVIGATOR 410W Portable WiFi Movie Projector-fig 49

  • Normal InstallationASAKUKI AVIGATOR 410W Portable WiFi Movie Projector-fig 50
  • Hanging Installation

ASAKUKI AVIGATOR 410W Portable WiFi Movie Projector-fig 52

  1. “Image”, “Sound”, “Time”, and “Settings” can be set. Press the <“and”>” on the operation panel to select the range of settings.ASAKUKI AVIGATOR 410W Portable WiFi Movie Projector-fig 51
  2. Options related to “Image” are set on this screen.

ASAKUKI AVIGATOR 410W Portable WiFi Movie Projector-fig 53

Projection Distance & Size

Recommended Projection Distance: 5-10ft

Multimedia Support Play FormatASAKUKI AVIGATOR 410W Portable WiFi Movie Projector-fig 54

ParametersASAKUKI AVIGATOR 410W Portable WiFi Movie Projector-fig 55

Important safety considerations

The following safety instructions ensure the long service life of the projector to avoid fire or electric shock. Make sure to carefully read them and pay attention to all the following warnings

  • Do not install the projector in sites with improper ventilation.
  • Do not block the ventilation holes (intake or exhaust)
  • Do not install the projector near the temperature and smoke transducer. It may cause a sensor failure.
  • Do not install the projector in hot and humid sites.
  • Do not install the projector in dust and smoke sites.
  • Do not install the projector in sites with the direct blowing of the warm and cool air-conditioned wind.

Troubleshooting Guide

  1. The content from Hulu, Netflix, and similar services can not be mirrored or cast
    • Due to copyright restrictions of Hutu, Netflix, and similar services, the contents MAY NOT be mirrored or cast
  2. What should I do if I want to watch content from Hulu, Netflix, and similar services via the projector?
    • Please prepare a Fire TV stick, Roku stick, or Chrome cast™m (not included, and then connect it to the projector to watch the contents. 
  3. Blurry Image
    • Adjust the focus ring/keystone. 
    • The projector and screen/wall must be an effective distance.
  4. Remote Unresponsive
    • Make sure the remote points at the IR receiver directly.
    • Do not cover the IR receiver.
    • Try a new pair of AAA batteries.
  5. Upside Down Images
    • Go to Menu > PICTURE > Projection Mode to flip the projection image.

FCC Statement

Any changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment. This device complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions:

  1. This device may not cause harmful interference, and \
  2. this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.

NOTE: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, under part 15 of the FCC Rules.

These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used by the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:

  • Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
  • Increase the separation between the equipment and the receiver.
  • Connect the equipment to an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected.
  • Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.

This equipment complies with FCC radiation exposure limits set forth for an uncontrolled environment. This equipment should be installed and operated with a minimum distance of 20cm between the radiator& your body. This transmitter must not be co-located or operating in conjunction with any other antenna or transmitter.

ISEDC Warning

This device complies with Industry Canada license-exempt RSS standard(s). Operation is subject to the following two conditions: 

  1. this device may not cause interference, and 
  2. this device must accept any interference, including interference that may cause undesired operation of the device 

CAUTION

To avoid replacement of a battery with an incorrect type. Don’t dispose of a battery in a fire or a hot oven, or mechanically crush or cut off a Battery. Don’t leave a battery in an extremely high-temperature surrounding environment. To avoid the battery being subjected to extremely low air pressure. The mains plug is used as the disconnect device, the disconnect device shall remain readily operable.

  • The symbol indicates for indoor use only
  • Class 11 equipment
  • The symbol indicates the DC voltage
  • The symbol indicates AC voltage
  • RECYCLING

This product bears the selective sorting symbol for Waste electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE). This means that this product must be handled under European directive 2012/19/EU to be recycled or dismantled to minimize its impact on the environment. User has the choice to give this product to a competent recycling organization or the retailer when they buy new electrical or electronic equipment. This product can be used across EU member states. The device is a low-power device, it can meet the requirement of RF exposure. The mains plug is used as the disconnect device, the disconnect device shall remain readily operable.

FAQS About ASAKUKI NAVIGATOR 410W Portable WiFi Movie Projector

What does a portable projector do?

Mobile presentation delivery.

Is a screen required for portable projectors?

If you use a projector without a screen, your viewing experience won’t be as good as it could be.

What is a wireless projector’s benefit?

It is frequently quick and simple to set up and display straight away with a wireless projector because it makes it possible to connect to other devices without using many cords.

What is the lifespan of a portable projector?

Over 60,000 hours, or nearly seven years, can be achieved by LED bulbs.

Can a projector be used throughout the day?

If you plan to use the projector outside during the day, you should look for one with at least 4000 lumens.

How can I utilize a monitor with my portable projector?

Utilize an HDMI cable or wireless connection to connect it to a computer, laptop, or mobile device.

What purposes do projectors serve?

Playing video games on a large screen, creating murals on walls, bonding with your children, cooking, doing housework, or even projecting art on walls.

How much electricity is used by a tiny projector?

The smallest projectors need 50W, whereas the largest ones use 150–800 watts.

Do projectors require Internet access?

An internet connection is all that is required.

Are projectors bad for your eyes?

No, seeing a projector normally isn’t hazardous, but staring straight into the projector’s light can be harmful.

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