Panasonic PT-LX30HU LCD Projector 1024×768 XGA 2500:1 3000 lumens 4:3 VGA Built-in Speaker Ethernet

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  • Panasonic PTLX30HU
  • Panasonic PT-LX30HU LCD Projector 1024×768 XGA 2500:1 3000 lumens 4:3 VGA Built-in Speaker Ethernet

Description:

The XGA resolution Panasonic PT-LX30HU Portable LCD Projector with 3000 lumens of projection power at a 2500:1 contrast ratio can project large, bright images in a permanent installation or if you take it on the road with you.

The PT-LX30HU is not only highly portable, it’s highly compatible. This projector not only accepts and projects NTSC, NTSC 4.43, PAL, PAL-N, PAL-M and SECAM video signals, it can do 720p, 1035i 1080i high definition. It also displays closed captioning from video sources that provide CC. Its international power supply can handle juice from 100 V AC right up to 240 V AC.

In addition to a 4000 hour maximum lamp and filter replacement cycle, a real time keystone correction will automatically square the image during setup while colorboard and blackboard preset picture modes adjust colors to provide high quality projection in the absence of a screen. It’s also fully controllable over a LAN through its RJ-45 (Ethernet) jack. One centralized PC can manage a whole fleet of projectors. And you can even have them email you when certain conditions exist, like a bulb is nearing the end of its useful life.

The PT-LX30HU is a very flexible versatile projector. Whether you’re going to permanently install it, take it on the road, or you have an unusual commercial application that requires projection on to the ceiling or floor (or anywhere in between) The PT-LX30HU will do the job for you.

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