Brand new equipment that has never been used.
(2) Spare Lamps
(1) Spare Filter
8,000 ANSI lumens bright with 80% uniformity and a 2400:1 contrast ratio.
HDMI and 3G HD-SDI Digital connectivity.
Native WUXGA resolution. Compatible with inputs up-to UXGA and WUXGA.
Supports analog and digital video input in all color standards up-to 1080p.
User-changeable color wheel to optimize brightness or color.
Displays both 4:3 and 16:9 Aspect ratios. Supports most HDTV resolutions.
Wired network monitoring and control.
Rear-accessed lamp for ease of maintenance.
Optional lens cover a range of 0.75 to 8.56:1 Throw ratios.
Built-in Edge Blending and Image Warping.
Lens Memory Features allow up to 10 saved settings.
Built-in Picture in Picture and Picture by Picture.
Security bar. Kensington MicroSaver security slot. PIN lock.
3 years / 6000 hours projector warranty (whichever occurs first).
Included Accessories: Quick Start Guide, Owner's Manual on CD-ROM, VGA Computer Input Cable (Dsub15 to Dsub15), 6.0 ft (1.8 m) Detachable Power Cord, Remote Control (with 2 AA Batteries), Wired Remote Cable (MiniStereo to MiniStereo), Screw for Lens Lock, Color Wheel. Optional Accessories: Replacement Lamp, Component Video Input Cable (Dsub15 to 3RCA), ATA-Style Case with Wheels and Telescoping Handle, Ceiling Mount, Ceiling Post and Plate.
Eiki video / computer projectors are found in classrooms, training rooms, conference rooms, boardrooms, houses of worship, auditoriums, theaters, entertainment technology applications, digital signage installations ... anywhere high quality digital imaging is needed. For expert advice and the presentation resources you need, talk to your EIKI Dealer ... the "pro" in video projectors!
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