| The Sharp PG-F312X Conference/Classroom Projector utilizes the
latest Texas Instruments BrilliantColor DLP technology for high
brightness along with outstanding picture performance. With 3000 ANSI
Lumens, XGA native resolution, HDCP Compliant DVI-I input, Closed
Caption and compatibility up through UXGA, the PG-F312X is perfect for
almost any educational or meeting room setting. Includes storage bag as
well as RS-232C control adapter.
3000 ANSI Lumens
ensures high brightness for use in most any conference room or classroom
Texas Instruments BrilliantColor DLP Technology with 6-Segment,
3-Speed Color Wheel, Condenser Lens Optical System, sRGB, Color
Temperature and Bright Boost
for superior color accuracy and clarity (2200:1 contrast ratio) with
more realistic and lifelike image reproduction.
Closed Caption (CC1, CC2)
with black text for easy readability.
Filter-Less Design with Sealed Optics and Front Exhaust System
ensures enhanced reliability and ultra-quiet operation (29 dB fan noise
in Eco+Quiet mode).
Wide Computer & Video Compatibility – including DVI-I (Digital / Analog)
With native XGA resolution (1024 x 768) and compatibility up through
UXGA (1600 x 1200), the PG-F262X easily interfaces with PC and Mac
computers, as well as DTV and HDTV formats for connection to DVD
players, VCRs, tuners and video game systems. An HDCP compliant DVI-I
input ensures secure and virtually noise-free images from digital as
well as analog RGB sources.
Low Power "Eco + Quiet" Mode with New High Efficiency Lamp
provides increased lamp life (up to 4000 hours*) with reduced power
consumption for low cost of ownership along with ultra-quiet operation.
Includes Wireless Remote with Forward/Back PC and Mouse Control,
Spotlight Function, On-Screen Pointer and Image "Freeze" and Break Timer
for convenient remote control of all standard operations and
On-Screen Setup Guide and "Help" Function
ensures easy set up and simplified operation.
Compact and Lightweight (6.4 lb.) Design - with full complement of
inputs and outputs
is perfect for "portable" presentations, as well as permanent