Be sure to carefully read this user’s manual before using the wireless presenter and keep it for future reference
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Chapter 1 Introduction
I. Product introduction
A wireless presenter with built-in mouse features. You can easily control the mouse-pointer while doing your presentation. With an easy-to-reach button on the side you’ll be able to mark areas of your PowerPoint presentations to make it easier for your audience to follow. Apart from these functions, thanks to the RF technology, you’ll be able to manage your presentation within 50 meters.
1)Support previous page, next page. Click the page up button to achieve the page up function, long press to enter full screen from the current page; Click the down page button to realize the down page function, long press to go into the black screen.
2)Double click to switch the pointer modes. Long press the digital pointer key to highlight, zoom in and control the mouse cursor. (It must be used with Norwii Presenter software)
3)Full screen mark function, one key to mark and one key to erase the mark.
4)Volume control function, it can adjust the computer volume.
5)Vibration feedback function, it can receive timer notice and low power reminder.
6)2.4GHz/868MHz international frequency, 50m control distance, 360 degrees control without directional restriction. With automatic frequency hopping technology, it can effectively avoid interference from other radio frequency signals.
7)The page up/down keys can be customized by Norwii Presenter software.
8)300mAh lithium battery, USB-C port. You can charge it by computer USB port and mobile phone charger to avoid the trouble of changing batteries.
9)Storable receiver for easy carrying. The USB receiver can be stored inside the wireless presenter.
10)USB2.0, Plug and play, no need to install drivers.
III. Operation system
Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 10, macOS, Linux, Android
In Android, Linux and macOS, may only laser pointer and page down/up function be supported.
USB2.0, plug and play.
IV. Package contents
1)Wireless presenter (USB receiver included)
Frequency 2.4GHz (N95)
Frequency 868MHz (N95M)
Control Distance 50m
Lithium Battery 300mAh
Charging Voltage 5V
Sleep Current <70uA
Operating System Windows7/8/10, macOS, Linux, Android
USB Version USB 2.0
Working Voltage 4.5-5.5V
Chapter 2 Getting Started
VI. Function map
VII. Function Description
1)Power switch: push up to “ON” to turn on the presenter, push down to “OFF” to turn off the presenter.
2)Page up key ： click to page up, long press to enter full screen from the current page.
3)Page down key ：click to page down, long press to enter black screen.
4)Pointer Key ：By working with the Norwii Presenter software, double click to switch the pointer mode, long press to use digital laser, zoom in and highlight some of the content.
5)Pointer Key ：Without Norwii Presenter software, the Pointer Key has two modes: mouse mode and presentation mode which is switched by double click. In mouse mode, user can move the cursor and click. In presentation mode, user can use long press to activate the digital laser of PowerPoint which is in full screen presentation. Single click has no function to avoid to page down.
6)Mark function : When the PowerPoint is in the full screen presentation mode, move the cursor to the place to be marked, press the Mark key , and move the wireless presenter, you can draw line, circle on the screen freely, and release the key to stop drawing.
7)Eraser/Volume key : click the key , you can erase the marks, and long press , 1 second later, then move the wireless presenter up or down, the volume will be increased or decreased.
8)The wireless presenter fully supports for PowerPoint, Keynote, Prezi and other commonly used software. It supports page up and page down keys’ function switching. The page up and page down keys correspond to the function of the up and down arrows on the computer keyboard by default and it supports page up and page down for PowerPoint and Keynote. For the first time when you press the page up and page down keys simultaneously, the function will be switched to the left and right arrows on the computer keyboard, supports page up and page down for Prezi. For the second time when you press the page up and page down keys simultaneously, the function will be switched to the Page Up and Page Down on the computer keyboard, supports page up and page down for internet browser and Microsoft Photo software. For the third time when you press the page up and page down keys simultaneously, the function will be switches to the default up and down arrows on the computer keyboard.
9)The page up/down keys can be customized by Norwii Presenter software.
1)Take out the USB receiver and install.
Take out the USB receiver from the presenter and plug it into the computer’s USB port. At this time, “Discover New Hardware” will be displayed in the lower right corner of the computer, and the driver will be installed automatically. When Windows displays "New hardware is installed and ready to use", it means that the USB receiver is installed.
Take out the USB receiver from the presenter
Plug the USB receiver into the computer‘s USB port
2)Control the computer by operating the presenter.
3)Turn off the presenter.
Plug the USB receiver into the presenter and turn off the power switch when you stop using it.
IX. Charging the wireless presenter
1)Low power indication.
The blue LED on the wireless presenter will flash slowly to remind the user to charge the presenter.
2)Charging the wireless presenter.
Connect the USB-C port of wireless presenter to a USB port of computer via USB cable. When the charging indicator turns red light and is always on, it indicates that it’s charging. If the red light turns off, it means the charging is completed. If you have a USB-C phone charger, you can also use it to charge the presenter.
3)Charging time varies depending on the power supply of the USB port. Normally the charging time is about 2 hours.
This product only supports standard 5V charging. It does not support all kinds of QC quick charging. When using a voltage higher than 5V for charging, it will burn out the product or cannot be charged.
Chapter 3 Frequently Asked Questions
1)How to download Norwii Presenter software and how to pair the presenter and the USB receiver?
For products that support key function customization or spotlight serial products that support digital laser, spotlight, highlight, you need to download Norwii Presenter software. Please download it from the "Downloads" under the "Support" menu of Norwii official website www.norwii.com in English version.
2)How to know the battery is out of power?
Turn on the power of the presenter, then press laser button to check if the laser can be turned on. If the laser cannot be turned on, usually it means the battery is out of power or the laser diode is broken and need replacement. In other case, If the LED on the wireless presenter starts to flash slowly, it means the power is low and the battery needs to be replaced or charged.
3)Why does the laser pointer not work?
First, turn on the power. Second, check whether the wireless presenter is in low power or out of power. If the LED flashes slowly, it means the power is low and the battery needs to be replaced or charged. If all the other buttons can work, only the laser pointer cannot work, the laser diode may need replacement. Third, check whether the positive and negative electrodes of battery are in the right place. Before putting a battery into the presenter, remember to remove the plastic cover of the battery.
4)Why does the computer does not detect the device when the USB receiver plugs into the PC?
Please check whether the USB works or not. You can use a USB mouse or keyboard to test the USB port. If a USB mouse or keyboard works on the USB port and the USB receiver of the presenter doesn’t work, it means the USB receiver is broken or the USB drivers is not compatible with the USB receiver.
You can try another USB port of the same computer or USB ports of another computer to check whether the USB receiver is good or not. If it works on other computer, it means the USB drivers of the computer are not compatible with the USB receiver. You need to back up your data and reinstall the OS.
5)The laser is ok and the USB receiver can be detected by the computer, why does the presenter cannot control the computer?
The reason is the USB receiver doesn’t save the presenter’s address properly. You can use Norwii Presenter software to let the USB receiver to save the presenter’s address again.
6)How to Calibrate?
When you move the product horizontally, the mouse on the computer is not moving horizontally, but moving obliquely, so it needs to be calibrated. The purpose of calibration is to provide horizontal and vertical benchmarks for products.
Place the presenter on a level, stable surface, long press page down key , and turn on the presenter at the same time, the blue indicator will flash to indicate that you are in calibration mode. Currently, release your hands and try to keep the presenter in level. The blue indicator flashes for 3 seconds, then stops flashing, and remains off for 5 seconds, then turns off, indicating that the calibration is complete.
7)How to grant permission for Norwii Presenter on macOS?
On macOS, users need to add operation permissions of [Input Monitoring], [Screen Recording] and [Accessibility] for Norwii Presenter software under [System Preferences] - [Security & Privacy] - [Privacy]
XI. Certificates: CE, ROHS, FDA
EU Conformity Statement
This product is marked with "CE" and comply therefore with the applicable harmonized European standards listed under the Radio Equipment Directive 2014/53/EU.
RF Exposure Information
This device has been tested and meets applicable limits for Radio Frequency (RF) exposure.
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