1200 ANSI lumens brightness
400:1 Contrast Ratio
800 x 600 SVGA native resolution
1,024 x 1,024 SXGA maximum resolution
Easy installation, setup and operation
Dual Selectable RGB inputs/output
One-touch "Auto Everything" Setup
Digital Keystone Correction
Extra short throw lens
3,000 Hour Lamp Life
Quiet fans (30dB)
Selectable color temperature and image mode
HDTV & Video Compatibility (1080i, 720p, 625i, 480i, 480p, NTSC,M-NTSC,PAL,PAL-N,
The feature-rich, highly affordable PT-LC55U SVGA projector offers a sleek, impressive design in combination with an array of advanced digital technologies. This ultra-light unit is easy to move between locations, from the office to the classroom, from a church setting to a training center, and provides an ideal alternative to rear projection television in home theater applications.
Two RGB Inputs for Loop-through Monitoring
For exceptional presentation flexibility, this projector is equipped with two RGB inputs, which eliminates the need to reconnect equipment when giving consecutive presentations. The RGB2 terminal is reversible, which can also serve as a loop-through monitoring terminal for the RGB1 input, which is extremely beneficial for education applications. The reversible RGB2 terminal is always active - even in 'Stand by' mode. This time saving feature allows an inputted video signal to Loop-through, even when the projector lamp is not active.
"Auto Everything" Setup
The one-touch "Auto Everything" Setup provides automatic keystone correction and auto input selection, allowing a user to automatically tune and adjust an image for optimal viewing. A newly developed built-in gravity sensor detects the projector angle relative to the floor, then corrects for keystone distortion accordingly.
Extra-Short Throw Lens
For bright, up-close presentations, the PT-LC55U is equipped with a large-diameter, extra-short throw lens that shortens the necessary projection distance by a full 25%; for instance, only 8 feet is needed to project on an 80" diagonal screen. The shorter projection distance saves space, allowing the projectors to be placed at the front of a meeting table