1. LAN port (RJ45)
This is the signal port that supports broadcasting from the computers in the LAN, not only can we set it up as part of the LAN to open and shut down multiple projectors remotely via operation on the computer in the LAN.
2. USB Type A Port
This will allow the wireless display to be connected to your laptop, smartphone, etc. Note: If the configuration information has been added, Only charging Next to USB Type A, it means that it only provides power to charge the phone via USB Jack only.
3. USB Type B port
USB Type B ports allow USB 2.0 and 3.0 ports and supports common file formats such as text, images and video.
4. Mini USB port
This is a power port for charging phones, cameras …
5. RS232 port
This is the port that the manufacturer uses to load the system software of the projector. Usually the system software is less prone to failure and we rarely have the original software to run the operating system again.
6. Audio Port
This is the port that receives the audio signal from the transmitter that will have Audio IN; If you want to share the audio signal to another device, use the Audio Out port. Depending on the model of the projector, these ports will be equipped or not.
7. IR Gate
An IR port that attaches to a remote control device by infrared, allows you to control the Blu-ray Disc player, and other peripherals connected to the projector through the use of controls. the remote of the projector.
8. Trigger port
Trigger Out port is used to power the device support, the power is usually 12V.
List of signal ports listed above almost “encyclopedia” of the connection port on the projector. Depending on the use and characteristics of the cable signal, the device will also be different.