Model PLCXU38

    SANYO PLC-XU38 DIGITAL PROJECTOR

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    Specs

    Power Device

    • Voltage Required
      AC 100/240 V
    • Type
      power adapter
    • Frequency Required
      50/60 Hz
    • Power Consumption Operational
      300 Watt

    Chassis

    • Built-in Devices
      speaker

    Display

    • Image Brightness
      2000 ANSI lumens
    • Image Contrast Ratio
      350:1
    • Image Size
      35.4 in - 299 in
    • Projection Distance
      3 ft - 23 ft
    • Max Sync Rate (V x H)
      100 Hz x 80 kHz

    Interface Provided

    • Qty
      1
    • Connector Type
      15 pin HD D-Sub (HD-15), 24+5 pin combined DVI, 4 pin USB Type B, 4 pin mini-DIN, 8 pin mini-DIN, BNC, RCA, mini-phone stereo 3.5 mm

    Video Input

    • Analog Video Format
      NTSC, PAL, SECAM
    • Analog Video Signal
      RGB, S-Video, component video
    • Video Interfaces
      DVI, S-Video, VGA, component video
    • TV System
      NTSC, SECAM, PAL

    Video Output

    • Analog Video Signal
      none

    Environmental Parameters

    • Sound Emission
      36 dB
    • Min Operating Temperature
      41 °F
    • Max Operating Temperature
      95 °F

    Header

    • Brand
      Sanyo
    • Product Line
      Sanyo PLC
    • Model
      XU38
    • Packaged Quantity
      1
    • Compatibility
      Mac, PC

    Operation

    • Lamp Type
      UHP 200 Watt
    • Nominal Voltage
      AC 100/240 V (50/60 Hz)

    Projector

    • Class
      digital projector
    • Type
      LCD projector
    • Min Image Size
      35.4 in
    • Max Image Size
      299 in
    • Native Resolution
      1024 x 768
    • Max Resolution (Resized)
      1280 x 1024
    • Display Resolution Abbreviation
      XGA
    • Max V-Sync Rate
      100 Hz
    • Max H-Sync Rate
      80 KHz
    • Video Bandwidth
      100 MHz
    • Brightness
      2000 ANSI lumens
    • Contrast Ratio
      350:1
    • Min Screen Distance
      3 ft
    • Max Screen Distance
      23 ft
    • Digital Zoom Factor
      49x
    • Display Format
      786,432 pixels (1,024 x 768) x 3
    • Uniformity
      85 %

    Audio Output

    • Type
      speaker(s)
    • Sound Output Mode
      mono
    • Form Factor
      integrated
    • Output Power / Channel
      1 Watt

    Projector Lens System

    • Lens Aperture
      f/1.9-2.1
    • Zoom Factor
      1.2x
    • Keystone Correction Direction
      vertical
    • Vertical Keystone Correction
      -20 / +20

    Dimensions & Weight

    • Width
      13.1 in
    • Depth
      10 in
    • Height
      3.5 in
    • Weight
      9.26 lbs

    Expansion Slots

    • Type
      none

    Audio Output Details

    • Speaker Type
      mixed channel
    • Speakers Qty
      1

    Software

    • Type
      Drivers & Utilities

    General

    • Manufacturer
      Sanyo

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