Ability to install a projector in its side to create a 10:16 portrait image
Used over the VGA cable to control the projector directly from a computer without the need for additional control cables.
8 Bayonet-Style Lenses
Allows for quick and easy lens exchange. Optional lenses enable the user to determine the appropriate lens to cover projection distances between 1.5 and 179.5 feet.
Allows the projectors to boost an image’s brightness up to 20,000 lumens, which is ideal for larger-sized screens and environments with heavy ambient light. This feature also prevents the complete loss of an image, which can happen when using only one projector.
Allows the projector to be rotated freely (360°) in order to point up or down depending on the installation requirements.
Ensures detailed images when non-native resolution sources are connected to the projector.
Motorized Zoom and Focus
Simplifies installation and operation by easily adjusting the lens through the remote control.
Allows users to customize a video wall configuration using advanced On Screen Display controls.
Allows you to project on spheres, cylinders, corner angles and more.
Allows for distortion-free display of content in various orientations, creating new application opportunities.
Allows for horizontal, vertical and diagonal image correction for aligned images even when the projector is set up at an angle to the screen.
Extends light source life, lowers audible noise and reduces total cost of ownership.
For use in applications up to and including 24x7 operation.
Provides unified management, including the ability to switch the power on and off for multiple projectors connected to a network.
Direct Power Off
Protects the lamp when the projector is accidentally unplugged or the power strip is switched off. Enables the fan to continue running until the lamp is properly cooled down. Internal sensors monitor lamp temperature and prevent the lamp from powering on.
High contrast images (10,000:1) from the latest Texas Instruments DLP engine featuring BrilliantColor™ technology with improved color accuracy
Blend multiple projectors together to create not standard images
Open Pluggable Specification (OPS)
The first industry-wide standardization in option slots that allows for easier installation, use and maintenance of digital signage
Picture-in-picture (PIP) allows for a second frame within the screen area. Picture-on-picture (POP) surrounds the standard frame with multiple frames. Side-by-side places two sources adjacent to one another.
Vertical and horizontal lens shift enables flexible projector placement.