Location of Parts and Controls
- Battery Indicator Lights - Lights flash in turn as the device charges. The battery is fully charged when all the lights illuminate and no longer flash.
- Volume Controls - Increase/decrease the volume output of the projector.
- Mode Control - Press for auto focus and auto keystone adjustments. Press and hold to turn ECO brightness mode on or off.
- Audio Out (3.5mm) - (Optional) Connect an external speaker or headphones.
- USB-C Video Input - Connect the supplied USB-C video cable to a device that supports USB-C video output.
- HDMI Video Input - Connect an HDMI cable to a device that supports HDMI video output.
- USB Power Output - Connect a USB power cable to provide power to a HDMI streaming stick. Cannot be used for video input.
- USB-C Charge Input - Connect the supplied USB-C charging cable and power adapter. Fully charge battery before the first use (approx. 4-5 hours).
- Auto Focus Sensor - IMPORTANT: Do not block sensor. Keep sensor clean and free of debris.
- Projection Lens
- Reset Button - Press to reset projector.
- Power Button - Press and hold for 3 seconds to power the projector on or off. Briefly press to check battery life on the projector. Battery life will be displayed by the number of lit battery indicator lights.
- Rubber Foot Pads - Provides stability and proper airflow to cooling vents.
- Tripod Mount - Will fit a standard sized tripod screw. Tripod not included.
- Cooling Vent - IMPORTANT: Do not cover or block airflow to the vent.
Connecting Your Device to the Projector
Connect Using HDMI
To connect your Apple device to your Miroir M220 projector, you will need an Apple Digital AV Adapter (sold separately) and an HDMI cable (included in the box).
Connect Your MacBook Pro and MacBook using USB-C
To connect your MacBook with USB-C to a Miroir M220 projector, you will need a USB-C Video Cable (included in the box). IMPORTANT: Not all USB-C Cables will support video. The USB-C cable that comes with the projector will support video and charging and is labeled on one end with USB-C Video Cable.
Mac Display Options
Your MacBook offers a variety of display options which will control how the projected image as used. For example, you can extend your display to use the projected image as an extension of your main laptop screen. You can also setup the projected image to mirror what is on your laptop. To learn more about these settings and using multiple displays with your Mac, check out Apple's Support article Use multiple displays with your Mac.
Connecting Other Devices
Additional connectivity information can be found in these additional help articles: