The NEC NP4100 with a brightness of 6200 ANSI Lumen offers a very high light output. 6200 ANSI Lumen are plenty for projections at large conferences, expos, fairs and outdoors. The NEC NP4100 thus plays in the 'event-league' and is designed for public screenings, permanent installations and long-term usage. With its 6200 ANSI Lumen it is multiple times brighter than a 'normal' home-cinema or office projector.
With a contrast ratio of 2100:1the colour depth is extremely saturated. Projections in dark rooms will be great fun.
With nearly 800,000 active pixels in its XGA resolution of 1024x768px at an aspect ratio of 4:3 this projector can compete with widescreen format HD projectors.
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 projector has an optical lens shift . This is a feature of a top quality projector, which allows you to shift the image of your projection without distortions, and without moving the projector.
Through the LAN RJ45 network connection the projector can be integrated directly into your network. This allows you to operate and maintain the device remotely. Some models will even send a email to you when errors occur (e.g.broken lamp).
The NEC NP4100 is designed for professional long continuous operation in 23/7 or 24/7 mode. Only very few projectors offer this feature since it requires a very good lamp cooling system. More information on running times, maintenance intervals, etc., you can find in the manual or spec sheet of the projector.
The NEC NP4100 has an ECO mode, which prolongs the lifespan of the lamp by reducing brightness, operating noise and power consumption of the projector.