2200 Lumens Projector


Light Valve: Single chip DLPTM DDR technology

Contrast Ratio: 2000:1 (Full on/Full off)

Lamp: 250-watt, user-replaceable UHP lamp; 1500 hours (upto 3000 hrs in Eco-mode)

Number of Pixels: 1024 x 768

Displayable Color: 16.7M True colors

Projection Lens: F/ 2.43 ~ 2.66 , f = 28.0 ~ 33.6 mm. 1.2X Manual Zoom Lens

Projection Screen Size: Adjustable from 24.4" to 292.5" (Diagonal)

Projection Distance: 1.2m - 12m

Video Compatibility: NTSC, NTSC 4.43, PAL, PAL-N, PAL-M, SECAM, and HDTV (480i/P, 576i/P, 720P, 1080i) compatible Composite Video and S-Video capability

H. Frequency: 15kHz-100kHz horizontal scan

V. Frequency: 43Hz-120Hz vertical refresh

Keystone Correction: +/- 16 degree (32 degrees)

Zoom: 1.2X Manual zoom

Multimedia Audio: Built in 2 x 2W speaker

Universal 90-240V AC 50/60 Hz

Dimensions (W x H x D): 302 x 114.5 x 251 mm

Weight: 2.95kg

Power Consumption: 310W full power

Noise Output: 36 dBA (normal operation); 33 dBA (eco-mode)

I/O Connectors:

Power: AC power input socket

Computer Input: one M1-DA connector for analog/digital/component/HDTV; one 15 pin D-sub for analog/HDTV input
Computer Output: one 15-pin D-sub

Audio Input: One 3.5 mm phone jack for line audio input

Video Input: one Composite Video (RCA) one S-Video and one 3 pin component for HDTV

Others: One DC jack 12 volt @ 200mA output, relay control One mini-DIN RS-232


What is DLPTM  DDR Technology?

DLP DDR technology is based on a unique semiconductor known as the Digital Micromirror Device, or DMD. It was invented by Texas Instruments in 1987. The DMD is a fast, reflective digital light switch. It can be combined with image processing, memory, a light source and optics to form a DLP system capable of projecting large, bright, seamless, high-contrast color images with unmatched color fidelity and consistency. The Dell 4100MP incorporates the latest generation of DLP DDR technology which now features a 12 degree mirror tilt for higher brightness, a new manufacturing process to deliver supior contrast and DDR memory for even better video reproduction.