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Casio Signature XJ-M240 DLP projector - 3D


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Casio Signature XJ-M240 DLP projector - 3D

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392,84€ Tasse incluse (tasse: 70,84€)



    Brand: Casio

    Model: XJ-M240

    Nominal Voltage: AC 120/230 V

    Frequency Required: 50/60 Hz

    Power Consumption Operational:190 Watt

    Min Operating Temperature: 41 °F

    Max Operating Temperature: 95 °F

    Sound Emission (Economic Mode): 28 dB


    Connector Type

    15 pin HD D-Sub (HD-15), 19 pin HDMI Type A, 9 pin D-Sub (DB-9),

    mini-phone stereo 3.5 mm , RCA, 4 pin mini-DIN, RCA phono x 2



    Image Brightness: 2500 lumens

    Image Contrast Ratio: 1800:1

    Image Size: 29.9 in - 300 in

    Projection Distance: 3.3 ft

    Native Aspect Ratio: 16:9


    Power Consumption Stand by / Sleep: 0.4 Watt



    Speaker(s): 1 x mixed channel


    Video Input

    Digital Video Standard

    High-Definition Multimedia Interface (HDMI)

    Video Modes: 1080i

    Analog Video Format: SECAM

    Analog Video Signal: component video

    Video Interfaces: S-Video

    TV System: NTSC, SECAM, PAL, PAL-N, PAL-M, PAL 60



    Lamp Life Cycle: 20000 hour(s)

    Nominal Voltage: AC 120/230 V ( 50/60 Hz )



    Class: digital projector

    Min Image Size: 29.9 in

    Max Image Size: 300 in

    Color Support: 16.7 million colors

    Native Resolution: 1280 x 800

    Max Resolution (Resized): 1600 x 1200

    Display Resolution Abbreviation: WXGA

    HD Image Format: 720p

    Native Aspect Ratio: widescreen

    Brightness: 2500 lumens

    Contrast Ratio: 1800:1

    Min Screen Distance: 3.3 ft

    Throw Ratio: 1.32 - 1.93:1

    Focus Type. manual

    Zoom Type: manual

    Zoom Factor. 1.5x

    Keystone Correction Type: digital

    Keystone Correction Direction: vertical

    Vertical Keystone Correction: -30 / +30



    DLP/LCD technology statement

    Instead of having glass panels (LCD) through which light is passed,

    the DLP chip's surface is made up of thousands of tiny mirrors each

    representing a single pixel.