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  • BenQ MX842UST XGA DLP Ultra Short Throw Projector 9H.JCA77.13E

    Quickfind: 894791 SKU: 9H.JCA77.13E

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    Designed to help ensure a fail-proof projector installation, BenQ has implemented extra help into its wall mount design. This installer-friendly ultra short-throw projector wall mount features an installation chart and a measuring ruler to help you find the most suitable projector-screen alignment and image position for your classroom. Offering lower TCO and optimized projection through dynamic power saving, uncompromised brightness, exquisite picture quality and optimized lamp life –SmartEco Technology has perfected what a DLP projector can do. With this innovation, schools and corporates are able to save up to 70% of lamp power consumption and lower maintenance costs through dynamic power saving features while bringing an ultra-vivid viewing experience into every presentation.

    The Eco Blank Mode, which lowers power consumption up to 70%, can be used to blank the projection screen when the projector is not in use, in turn eliminating distractions in class and redirecting students' focuses back on the teacher. The No Source Detected Mode, which can be set to enter the Eco Blank Mode after three minutes of inactivity or to the Auto Power Off Mode after no display source has been detected for over 30 minutes, can keep the projector from running with full lighting power.

    Features

    • XGA DLP Projector
    • Brightness: 3000 lumens
    • Contrast ratio: 13,000:1
    • zoom ratio: Fix
    • lamp type: 190W
    • Display colour: 1.07 billion colours
     
     
     
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