With 18000 ANSI Lumen the Digital Projection M-Vision Laser 18k offers a lot of illumination for your events and installations. 18000 ANSI Lumen make the Digital Projection M-Vision Laser 18k perfect for projections at large conferences, fairs and outdoors too. The Digital Projection M-Vision Laser 18k belongs in the event- and conference class and is suitable for large screenings, mappings and permanent installations. Its 18000 ANSI Lumen make it substantially brighter and more reliable than a consumer home cinema or office projector.
The contrast of the Digital Projection M-Vision Laser 18k comes in at a very high 10000:1. The human eye can only recognize contrast ratios of 800:1 maximum. The high contrast ratio is particularly great for very dark rooms, as black will be displayed as a deep black on a bright projector.
The native WUXGA resolution of 1920x1200 pixel at an aspect ratio of 16:10 guarantees the crispest and most detailed images available in the market today. This resolution is actual Full HD. It doesn't get better than this!
The projector works on Texas Instruments' DLP technology. The light is reflected by thousands of micro-mirrors (one mirror for each pixel). DLP technology stands for high contrast ratios and great luminosity, as well as a compact and light design.
The Digital Projection M-Vision Laser 18k supports the Real Full HD 3D format (Blu-ray 3D format). The Full HD 3D format is the only 3D format without any quality loss. Both perspectives are merged in a full frame resolution of 1920x2205 pixels and transmitted through a HDMI v.1.4 connection from Blu-ray player to projector. Up until HDMI v.1.3 it was not possible to display subframes at such a high resolution. That's why Real Full HD 3D is not compatible with HDMI 1.3 cables . There are a few exceptions such as the Playstation 3.
LAN or network image transmission: The Digital Projection M-Vision Laser 18k can be integrated into your network. This means you not only can operate the projector through your LAN but you can also transmit your computer screen onto the projector, saving you a part of the annoying wiring work.
Also the Digital Projection M-Vision Laser 18k has the Edge Blending feature making it suitable for multi-screen projections. Edge blending is used when the required image size can´t be covered by a single projector. Such images can be divided and displayed with multiple projectors with Edge Blending.
The projector uses interchangeable lenses, giving you extreme flexibility to equip the projector with different optional lenses. It makes no difference whether you have to project at 2 meters or 50 meters distance, there is always a suitable lens for your requirements. Please ask us directly, stating your requirements. We stock all interchangeable lenses.
The lamp lifetime is 20000 hours. The current lamp running time is hours. At an average of 1.5h daily operation , a new lamp will run 37 years.
We offer projectors in different conditions. The Digital Projection M-Vision Laser 18k viewed here is in a 'B-Stock/As NEW' condition. This means the device is as good as new and has been either used for demo purposes only, or for a maximum of 500 hours. You are getting a first class projector with low running time at a great price discount.
Note: our projectors are usually sold without lenses, frame or case. If you are interested in lenses and other accessories, we will be happy to advise you and make a personal offer.
|Name||Digital Projection M-Vision Laser 18k|
|Brightness||18000 ANSI Lumen|
|Resolution||1920 x 1200|
|Output Signals||Pal, SECAM, NTSC, HDTV 720p, 1080i, 1080p EDTV 480p, 576p|
|Technology||1 x 0,96 DLP Chip|
|Throw Ratio||lens optional|
|Lamp Life||20000 hours|
|Inputs||2 x HDMI , 2 x Display Port , 3G SDI , HDBaseT , RJ45 , 3D Sync , RS232C , 3,5 mm Stereo Jack , 12V Trigger|
|Outputs||3D Sync , 3G SDI|
|Special Characteristics||Real Full 3D, FullHD, no lens, image transmission via RJ45, Edge Blending, interchangeable Lenses, ,|
|Dimensions||248 x 695 x 530 mm|