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Casio-xj-a256.33269473
9.0 out of 10

Casio XJ-A256

Mercury-free illumination technology Up to 20,000 hours with Read more

Great Deal: $1,513.95

Specifications

Feature
Value
Comment
Display
Technology:
0,65-Inch DLP®-Chip (WXGA)
Resolution:
1.280 x 800 pixels (WXGA)
Type:
Laser- & LED-Hybrid-Technologie
Life expectancy:
approx. 20.000 hours
Intelligent Brightness Control:
Ecolevel 1-5/ 170-110 Watt
Projected image
Colour depth:
16,7 Mio.
Technology:
2 x optical zoom
Projection ratio:
(distance : image width): 1,15–2,3 : 1 (WXGA)
Offset:
84% (WXGA)
Min. distance:
0,84 m
Focus:
motorised
Contrast ratio:
2.000:1
Projection
Projection screen size:
18“ (0,46 m) to 300“ (7,62 m) (WXGA)
Projection range:
60“ (1,52 m)
60" screen (diagonal):
1,4 m to 2,8 m distance (WXGA)
100" screen (diagonal):
2,4 m to 4,8 m distance (WXGA)
Vertical (automatic/manual):
+30°/±30°
Interface terminals
Computer:
1 x 15-pin mini D-sub (VGA)
Digital input:
HDMI
Video/audio:
Composite video: 1 x 3.5 mm mini jack for audio input and output
Component video:
Optional adapter to fit 15-pin RGB mini D-sub (VGA)
RS-232C serial:
YK-5 (optional)
USB :
Type A (USB 2.0)
Compatible USB devices :
USB flash drive, CASIO YW-3 wireless adapter, CASIO YC-400/YC-430 multifunctional camera system Selected graphic calculators/electronic dictionaries and digital cameras from CASIO
Additional functions
Speaker output:
1 W
Operating noise:
35 dB (default mode)/ 29 dB (save mode)
Power consumption
Operating:
210 W (Eco Off)/170 W (Eco On Level 1)/110 W (Eco On Level 5)
Standby:
0,4 W
Max. resolution (compressed):
UXGA (1.600 x 1.200 pixels)
Video compatibility
Video standards:
PAL-N/-M, PAL60, SECAM, NTSC;
Signals:
Composite-Video, YcbCr, YPbPr
Languages:
Japanese/ English/ Spanish/ German/ Italian/ French/ Swedish/ Chinese (simplified/ traditional)/ Korean
Included accessories
Dimensions (w x h x d):
297 x 43 x 210 mm
Weight:
2.3 kg
Body colour:
white
Operating temperature:
5-35°C
Warranty:
Projector: 3 years 1. For the use of less than 12 hours per day Light source: 5 years or 10,000 hours 2. For permanent use (24 hours a day) Projector: 2 years Light source: 2 years or 6,000 hours
Release Date
First seen
10 January 2012