M1 G2 Connecting Power and Devices
Connecting to Power
DC Power (Power Outlet)
- Connect the power cord to the power adapter.
- Connect the power adapter to the DC IN jack at the side of the projector.
- Connect the power cord plug to a power outlet. When connected, the status LED will turn red.
- NOTE: Charge the projector for 4.5 hours via the power adapter before using it in battery mode for the first time.
Power on by Power Bank Function
The projector can also be powered by a power bank.
To power your projector:
- Connect one end of the USB Type-C cable to the USB-C port of the projector.
- Connect the other end of the USB Type-C cable to the power bank.
- NOTE: The power bank should be 45W (15V/3A) at least, and support Power Delivery (PD) protocol output. Additionally, at 15V/3A the projector can be powered on and charge simultaneously.
Using the Battery
The battery level icon will show at the top right of the Home Screen. As the battery’s power level runs low, the screen will show a “low battery message”.
Battery Usage Time Information
|Charging||About 4.5 hours|
|Usage Hours||up to 6 hours (Battery Saving)/up to 4 hours (Extended Eco)/up to 3 hours (ECO) /up to 2.5 hours (Full)|
|Battery Level Indicator (Charging)||During Charging: Flashing White LED light
Full Charge: Solid White LED light
Connecting to External Devices
Connect one end of an HDMI cable to the HDMI port of your video device. Then connect the other end of the cable to the HDMI port (supports HDCP 1.4/HDMI 1.4) of your projector.
USB Type A Connection
To enjoy photos, music, and movies, simply plug in a USB flash drive to the USB Type A port.
Connect one end of a USB Type C cable to the USB-C port of your device. Then connect the other end of the cable to the USB-C port of your projector.
- Ensure your USB Type C device can support video transmission.
- The connected device can also be charged (5V/2A).
To enjoy photos, music, and movies, simply plug in a microSD to the Micro SD slot.
- NOTE: Only supports FAT32 format and up to 64 GB.