Casio XJ-UT351WN Networkable DLP Projector
3500-lumen WXGA Networkable Ultra-short Throw Projector
Large-screen projection from wall mount to screen - This short-throw projector’s short-focus lens is capable of projecting a 60-inch screen image from a distance of just 13 cm. Its brightness of 3500 lumens enables it to project clear images in fully lighted rooms. The short projection distance eliminates the possibility of either shadows or dazzlingly bright images.
Long service life, minimal maintenance and greater energy efficiency for significantly reduced TCO (total cost of ownership) - The long-life light source provides approximately 20,000 hours of illumination.
Dust-resistant design suited for installation - CASIO’s unique three-block shielded structure makes filter replacement unnecessary* for approximately 20,000 hours, thus reducing maintenance requirements even further.
Evaluations of dust-resistance performance are based on data calculated from proprietary CASIO acceleration testing conducted with reference to the JIS D 0207 dust assessment test (in an environment with a dust concentration of 0.03mg/m3 according to the powder test established under JIS 8901). Evaluation values are the closest possible approximations, but they vary with the environment (temperature, humidity, dust concentration, etc.) and conditions (ceiling-hung or other facility installation, cleaning frequency, etc.) employed for the tests.
Reduced Energy Requirement - Adoption of an LED-based light source has decreased power consumption dramatically compared to high-pressure mercury lamps.
Laser & LED Light Source Technology - It began with CASIO’s original development of an optical engine combining a high-luminance blue laser with a red LED. The high projection efficiency realized through outstanding energy-saving technologies and optical block optimization led to achievement of high brightness projection and lower energy consumption as compared with mercury lamp systems and other solid-state light sources. Product downsizing was achieved, moreover, with the help of freer design layouts and original high-density mounting technologies. The unique evolution of projectors that promise to establish new standards for the next generation continues.