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Optoma TH1020

Optoma TH1020

Native 1080p DLP® by Texas Instruments with BrilliantColor™ Read more

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Display Type
Single 0.65” DMD DLP Technology by Texas Instruments
Native HD (1920 x 1080)
Brightness (Typical)
3000 ANSI Lumens
Contrast Ratio
2200:1 (Full On/Full Off)
Lamp Life and Type
4000/3000 Hours (STD/Bright) 230W P-VIP
Throw Ratio
1.5 to 1.8:1 (Distance/Width)
Projection Distance
4.92’ to 32.8’ (1.5 to 10m)
Image Size (Diagonal)
37.6” to 301.1” (0.92 to 9.21m)
Displayable Colors
1.07 Billion
8-Watt Speaker
Remote Control
IR Remote with Mouse and Laser Pointer
User Controls
Complete On-Screen Menu Adjustments in 23 Languages
Computer Compatibility
HD, UXGA, WXGA, SXGA+, SXGA, XGA,SVGA, VGA Resized, VESA, PC and Macintosh Compatible
Video Compatibility
NTSC, PAL, SECAM, SDTV (480i), EDTV(480p), HDTV (720p, 1080i/p)
Monitor Loop Through
D-Sub 15-Pin VGA Output(Functional in Both Normal and Standby Modes)
Projection Lens
F=2.55-2.87, f="22.41-26.82mm," 1.2x Manual Zoom and Focus
I/O Connectors
HDMI, VGA-In, VGA-Out, S-Video,Composite Video, Stereo RCA Audio-In,Stereo Audio-Out, RS-232, USB and 12V trigger.
Kensington® Lock, Security Bar and Keypad Lock
Projection Method
Front, Rear, Ceiling Mount, Table Top
6.4 lbs (2.9kg)
Dimensions (W x H x D)
12.76” x 3.82” x 9.21”(324 x 97 x 234 mm)
Noise Level (STD/BRIGHT)
Keystone Correction
±20° Vertical
Horizontal Scan Rate
15.3 - 91.1 KHz
Vertical Refresh Rate
24 - 85 Hz
Operating Temperature
41 to 104°F (5 to 40°C), 85% Max Humidity
Power Supply
AC Input 100-240V, 50-60Hz,Auto-Switching
Power Consumption
339 Watts (Bright), 281 Watts (STD), <1 Watt (Standby)
Standard Accessories
AC Power Cord, VGA to VGA Cable,Romote Control, Batteries for Remote, Carrying Case, Lens Cap, Multilingual CD-ROM User’s Manual, Quick Start Card and Warranty Card
Optional Accessories
HDMI cable, Ceiling Mount, VGA to Component Adapter, S-Video Cable, Composite Video Cable, RS-232 Cable and Panoview™ Series Screens
3 Years Limited Parts and Labor, 1 Year on Lamp
Release Date
First seen
17 February 2011