Computer signal formats a projector is capable of displaying, as measured in pixels across and down.
VGA, SVGA, XGA, SXGA, UXGA
Video formats and standards that a projector is capable of displaying.
NTSC, NTSC-4.43, PAL, PAL-M, PAL-N, PAL-60, SECAM, 480i, 576i, 480p, 576p, 720p, 1080i
Certificates of conformity with international committees that oversee product safety.
UL, c-UL, FCC-B
Sound decibals emitted from powered projector in both low energy mode and high performance mode.
Eco-Mode: 31 [dB], Bright-Mode: 36 [dB]
The color of the cabinet of the projector.
Product Size (W x D x H)
The width, depth and height of the projector.
11.0 x 3.2 x 9.0
Shipping Size (W x H x D)
The width, depth and height of the projector, including the shipping container, of the projector.
16.25 x 12.75 x 8.5
Brightness (Max ANSI lumens)
Maximum amount of light a projector can output, as measured in ANSI lumens.
Difference in light intensity between brightest color (white) & darkest (black). Higher ratio means more contrast.
Characteristics of a projection display. TFT (thin-film transistor) enhances image quality and contrast.
3LCD Optical Engine
Range of horizontal lines that can be refreshed on screen in one second, as measured in kilohertz.
Function that "squares" a projected image on the screen if the projector is not angled properly.
+/- 20 degrees
Lamp Life (Eco Mode)
Amount of hours a projector's bulb can last in both low-energy mode and high performance mode.
Lamp Wattage (Eco Mode)
Amount of power a projector's bulb uses in both low-energy mode.
Lamp Wattage (High Bright Mode)
Amount of power a projector's bulb uses in both high performance mode.
Maximum Image Size
The largest image a projector is capable of displaying without losing focus.
Minimum Image Size
The smallest image a projector is capable of displaying without losing focus.
Native Aspect Ratio
The ratio of the width of an image to its height. 4:3 is standard TV; widescreen will be letterboxed.
The fixed number of physical pixels (across and down) on a projector's display device.
Feature that provides optimal display settings for various types of material and video sources.
Dynamic,Standard, Presentation, Text, Movie, Game, User
Front Floor, Front Ceiling, Rear Floor, Rear Ceiling
Standard Lens Image Offset Ratio
Distance (measured in screen %) between the height of the lens and the bottom of the projected image.
Standard Lens Projection Distance
Range of distances a projector can be positioned from the screen, as measured in feet.
Standard Lens Throw Ratio
Projection distance divided by image size. The closer projector is to screen, the smaller the image.
Standard Lens Zoom
Ratio between the smallest and largest image a lens can project from a fixed distance.
Supported Aspect Ratio
Image dimensions and formats a projector is capable of displaying.
4:3, Zoom1, Zoom2, 16:9
Number of times a screen - from top to bottom - is refreshed per second, as measured in Hertz.
Inputs and Outputs
Analog video signal that transmits information along two or more lines via an RCA cable.
High-bandwidth Digital Content Protection. Deters copy of digital media as it travels along data lines.
High-Definition Multimedia Interface. The industry standard for transmitting HD video for display.
Standard electronic interface for connecting serial devices to one another.
Max Altitude Supported
The highest point above sea level at which a projector will operate, as measured in meters.
Operating Temperature (F)
Climate range in which a projector will operate, as measured in Celsius degrees. 5-35 C = 41-95 F.
Max Power Consumption
Standby Power Consumption
Under 1 W
Typical Power Consumption
Product Weight (lbs)
Weight of the projector, as measured in pounds (lbs.).