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Sanyo PLC-XU115 Projector
Sanyo PLC-XU115 Specs (rollover for more info)
Our review on the Sanyo PLC-XU115 ProjectorThe Sanyo PLC-XU115 achieves a bright 4,500 lumens thanks to a number of advanced technologies in their optical engine and a 275 - W lamp. Approaching the brightness of many large, multi-lamp models, these advanced projectors are suited to a wide range of applications in event halls, classrooms, and meeting rooms.
A innovative feature of the PLC-XU115 is it can project images whilst it is tilted 360 degrees around its horizontal axis in either direction - for more flexible setup.(NOTE: Be sure to set the lamp control to High and the fan control to MAX in the setting menu when the projector is inclined between +40 degrees and +140 degrees to the horizontal plane.)
Manufacturer Description for the Sanyo PLC-XU115 ProjectorThe Sanyo PLC-XU115 outputs 4500 ANSI, XGA resolution, offers dual data as well as a single video input, and is presented “Network Ready” with embedded Ethernet and Wireless connectivity. The throw ratio and cabinet design are identical to those of the PLC-XU105 which has already been well received thanks to its combination of brightness and flexible lens ratio which covers a range of 1.15-1.85:1
Compatible OS : Microsoft Windows 2000 / XP / Vista(32bit version) / Mac OS X v10.4 or later*
*Not all functions are available with the Mac OS
The projector status can be checked and the power supply and other operations and settings can be managed from a remote computer using a web browser.
Multi-pile projectors can be controlled all at once, and the same images can be displayed by all projectors.
Connection settings for the projector and PC are made automatically. After the presentation, wireless settings are restored to their previous status.
Wireless LAN:IEEE 802.11/b/g compliant /Wired LAN:100-Base-TX/10-Base-T compliant
This function enables a projector to display a screen image from a computer that has been installed with special utility software, over a network without having to use a video cable.
Image date stored on a network file sever can be accessed and automatically displayed by a projector without having to use a video cable.
There are no complicated LAN settings required to use the projector in a wireless LAN configuration. The replay mode of IEEE 802.11b Ad Hoc is used as the LAN mode.
*This function can be used only when logging on with Windows XP administrator privileges. It cannot be used with Windows 98SE/Me or Windows 2000.Use Windows XP with Service Pack 1 or higher.
It sends messages when an abnormality such as a lamp failure or power failure occurs.
A single computer can control up to 64 projectors at the same time.
Captures your PC screen and transmits it to up to five projectors for multiple projection.
This function is designed for meetings or lectures where a chairperson or instructor (moderator) and all participants (clients) have computers in front of them. A projector is used to display the PC screen images from each client as the meeting or class proceeds. The moderator is able to control the flow of the meeting or class proceeds. The moderator is able to control the flow of the meeting or class. Up to 50 PCs can participate in each moderator's group
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