New 3D-ready projectors provide high-brightness images

PG-D50X/D45X/D40W3D
Back
13 3/16 (335)
M4
4 17/32
(115)
The PG-D50X3D, PG-D45X3D and PG-D40W3DX are identical in front, top and side
cabinet appearance with the exception of the model number indication.
1/8 (3)
AN-MR2
Adaptor
Computer
Mode
True XGA/WXGA Data Projectors
1 13/16
(45.75)
2 61/64
(75)
3 23/64
(85)
4 5/8
(116.25)
Units: inches (mm)
Resolution
SVGA
800 x 600
XGA
1,024 x 768
WXGA
1,280 x 720
Cable
DVI-I
Ceiling Mounts
AN-TK202
For standard
ceiling installation
AN-A1RS
DIN-D-sub
RS-232C adaptor
5 57/64” (15 cm)
AN-C3CP2
3-RCA to 15-pin
D-sub cable
(10’ (3 m))
AN-60KT
Installation
adaptor
AN-TK201
For high ceiling installation
Computer/Component
USB
Monitor out
Computer/Component
Audio
RS-232C
Audio out
LAN
S-Video
Video
Audio
Note: Some of the optional accessories may not be available depending on the region.
Please check with your nearest Sharp Authorized Projector Dealer or Service Center.
3D Signal Compatibility
PC/MAC
7 5/64 (179.75)
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Rear terminals (PG-D50X/D45X3D)
USB Remote
Receiver
AN-D500LP
(for PG-D50X3D)
AN-D350LP
(for PG-D45X/40W3D)
M4
15 3/4 (400)
Optional Accessories
Lamp
M4
15/64 (5.75)
1 43/64
4 17/32 (115) (42.2)
3 15/16 (100)
Front
M4
3 33/64 1 1/2
(89) (38)
Top
6 49/64 (171.5)
1/4 (6)
Dimensions (PG-D50X/D45X/D40W3D)
Vertical
frequency
[Hz]
60
120
60
120
60
120
Precautions on Viewing Stereoscopic 3D
Analog support
PG-D40W3D
PG-D45X3D
PG-D50X3D
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• The sense of three-dimensionality may vary between individuals.
• Viewing stereoscopic 3D may cause discomfort or eye strain.
• For protection of proper eye development, children should avoid viewing stereoscopic 3D.
• Avoid viewing stereoscopic 3D if you have a pre-existing oversensitivity to light, sleep disorder, heart disease, or are
pregnant, in poor health, feeling unwell, or inebriated.
• Read the operation manual carefully to ensure viewing stereoscopic 3D with safety and comfort.
* HDMI input is not supported. (PG-D40W3D)
Specifications
Models
Display devices
Resolution
Brightness
Contast ratio
Lens
0'$8$
5,000 ANSI lumens
Output terminals
Control and
communication
terminals
4,500 ANSI lumens
2500:1
F number
Zoom
Focus
Picture size
Projection distance
Input signals
Computer RGB
Input terminals
0'$8$
0.7" DLP® chip x1
XGA (1024 x 768)
DTV
HDMI
DVI-I (Compatible with HDCP)
Computer / Component (mini D-sub 15 pin)
S-Video (mini DIN 4 pin)
Video (RCA)
Audio (ø3.5mm stereo minijack)
Audio (RCA)
Computer / Component (mini D-sub 15 pin)
Audio (ø3.5mm stereo minijack)
LAN (RJ-45)
USB (Type B)
RS-232C (mini DIN 9 pin)
Horizontal frequency
Vertical frequency
Speakers
Fan noise
Projection lamp
Lamp life
Rated voltage
Rated frequency
Input current
Power consumption (Standby)
Operation temperature
Dimensions (main body only) W x H x D
Weight (appprox.)
Supplied accessories
0'$7$
0.65" DLP® chip x1
WXGA (1280 x 800)
4,000 ANSI lumens
2200:1
F 2.5 to 2.7
Manual, x 1.50 (f = 21.0 to 24.2 mm)
Manual
40” (102 cm) to 500” (1,270 cm)
40” (1.2 to 1.4 m), 100” (3.0 to 3.4 m), 500” (14.9 m)
40” (1.2 to 1.4 m), 100” (3.0 to 3.4 m), 500” (14.9 m)
UXGA*1*2 / WSXGA+*1*2 / SXGA+*1 / SXGA*1 / WXGA*1 / XGA / SVGA / VGA
UXGA*1*2 / WSXGA+*1*2 / SXGA+*1 / SXGA*1 / WXGA / XGA / SVGA / VGA
Mac 21” / 19” / 16” / 13”
Mac 21” / 19” / 16” / 13”
1080P / 1080I / 720P / 576P / 576I / 540P / 480P / 480I / NTSC / PAL / SECAM
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2
1
1
1
1 (L/R)
1
1 (variable audio output)
x1
x1
x1
15 to 110 kHz
45 to 85 Hz
5 W x 2 (Stereo)
41 dB (Bright), 36 dB (Eco+Quiet)
37 dB (Bright), 30 dB (Eco+Quiet)
375 W
330 W
2,500 hours (Eco+Quiet)
3,000 hours (Eco+Quiet)
AC 100 to 240 V
50 / 60 Hz
4.5 A
484 W (10.2 W) with AC 100 V, 458 W (10.8 W) with AC 240 V
429 W (10.2 W) with AC 100 V, 408 W (10.8 W) with AC 240 V
41°F to 95°F (+5°C to +35°C)
15 3/4" x 4 15/16" x 13 13/64" (400 x 100 x 335 mm)
12.8 lbs. (5.8 kg)
Remote control, Two R-6 batteries, Power cord (6’ (1.8 m)), RGB cable (10’ (3.0 m)), Operation manual, CD-ROM
Design and specifications are current as of July 2010, but are subject to change without notice. *1 Compatible in intelligent compression *2 Compatible only with analogue RGB signals depending on the signal.
• DLP® and the DLP logo are resistered trademarks of Texas Instruments, and BrilliantColor™ is a trademark of Texas Instruments. • All company and/or product names are trademarks and/or registered trademarks of their respective manufacturers. Sharp makes no warranties or
representations of any kind with respect to these products. • The lamp life may vary depending on the usage condition. • Brightness values indicate overall average values of the product at the time of shipment and are stated based on ISO 2118-2005.
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OSAKA, JAPAN
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PG-D50X3D
New 3D-ready projectors provide high-brightness images
with convenient features and reliable performance
for business and education
3D-ready performance and high-brightness with easy-to -use functions in a stylish body offer
a wide range of application advantages in business and education
High-Quality Picture
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Easy and Convenient Presentation Operations
3D Ready
Make sure your projector is ready to be used for new 3D
content. Incorporating DLP® Link™ technology, the
projector captivates audiences with breathtaking 3D imagery.
BrilliantColor™ Technology with Five-Segment Colour Wheel
BrilliantColor™ Technology improves picture brilliance particularly for
intermediate colours, providing natural, detailed images. Sharp has also
developed a 2x Speed Colour Wheel with five colour
segments including cyan added to red, green, blue, and
white. With Sharp’s unique colour matching technology
and these five colour combinations, images can be
reproduced with highly realistic colours.
Requirements for Viewing 3D
1) Source device that supports the field sequential format.
• Refer to the Compatibility Chart on the back page for information on supported signals.
• 3D formats other than field sequential, such as formats used for Blu-ray 3D and DVD
prepackaged media, are not compatible with these projectors (as of May 2010).
2) 3D LCD shutter glasses that support the *DLP® Link™ system
* A picture simultaneously projected from more than two projectors may not appear 3D.
* Contact your nearest Sharp authorized projector dealer for purchasing details.
* For additional information about the DLP® Link™, visit: http://www.dlp.com/projector/dlp-innovations/3d-ready.aspx
High Brightness
Sharp’s advanced optoelectronics technology maximizes light output,
providing crystal clear images in high brightness of 5000, 4500, and 4000
lumens for the PG-D50X3D, PG-D45X3D and PG-D40W3D respectively.
4-segment colour wheel
(red, blue, green, white)
6-segment colour wheel
(red, blue, green,
yellow, cyan, white)*
DLP® Digital Image
Using a DLP® chip, each pixel is individually composed of one of over a half
a million micromirrors to produce a high resolution, and the micromirrors lie
at a distance of merely one micron, providing a seamless finely detailed
picture. Also, high-speed on/off switching delivers smooth moving scenes.
High-Resolution Seamless Image Comparison*
DLP®
Aperture Ratio:
90%
(PG-D50X3D/
45X3D/40W3D)
WXGA Compatibility (PG-D40W3D only)
The 16:9 wide-screen aspect ratio is becoming increasingly common for TV
broadcasts and computers, and the PG-D40W3D uses wide-screen –compatible
WXGA (1,280 x 800). WXGA (wide XGA) provides a viewing area 1.3 times wider
than standard XGA (1,024 x 768). With WXGA, cable and satellite broadcasts as
well as DVD video can be displayed in their full native size.
Aperture Ratio:
60%
Convenience and Reliability
Sliding Lens Cover
The lens cover can be slid closed to protect the lens from dust and
damage while the projector is not being used. It is possible to completely
close the lens cover and interrupt the projection with the power still on. If
the lens cover is kept
Lens Cover Open
Lens Cover Closed
closed for 30 minutes,
the projector turns off
automatically for safety.
The photos are for the PG-D50X3D
Lamp Replacement System
You can exchange the lamp easily and
safely even when the projector is
mounted on the ceiling or in another
high location.
Filter-Free Design
When the projector is being used, the lamp door remains open, and the
lamp heat burns off dust, so there is no need to worry about filter clogging
or costs for filter replacement.
The sealed DLP chip with filter-free design helps ensure lower
maintenance and operating costs.
High-Output Speaker
Enjoy clear audio with 10 W (5 W x 2) of
power from videos or other sources without
troublesome connections to audio devices.
Quick Start
It takes only approx. 5 seconds to project the image.
Interactive Help Menu
The help menu
displays any problems
and assists the user
in solving problems
with operation.
Pointer Icons
Star
Direct Power Off
Direct Power Off lets users unplug the projector
and take it from the location without waiting for
it to cool down. In addition, it also helps control
the power simultaneously for multiple projectors
by allowing use of the room’s primary power
switch and the projector’s auto restart function.
Finger1
Finger2
Heart
Underline
Spotlights
1/9
1/25
1/8
Sharp’s Unique Network System*
Web Browser Control
Control with Downloadable Display Manager
Web browser control enables remote access and management of the projector by utilizing built-in
firmware without the need for additional special software.
Link to a Specific Website for Service
and Support
The projector can be registered to a specific
website for maintenance service and support.
For example, the projector can send an error
message, such as to notify that the lamp is
burnt out, to a web address automatically
selected. The address accessed for
maintenance is also shown on the display.
A greater variety of network projector control
options can be used when the Sharp Display
Manager* is installed on the main computer.
Remote Access for Control and
Adjustment
Projector control functions, including power on,
input select, volume, and AV mute, can be
controlled and
Room B
adjusted by a
Room A
computer even in
another room.
* Sharp Display Manager can be downloaded from the Sharp Global Home Page for free.
Sharp Global Homepage URL: http://sharp-world.com/projector/
#Remote Access for Multiple and
Group Projector Control
#Periodic/Error Diagnosis and Auto
Email Alert
#Theft Detection and Message
(Network Surveillance System)
PJLink™ Capability
The projectors are compatible with devices that
support PJLink™, enabling systems to be easily
built for centralized management and operation
using a controller.
For additional information about the PJLink™,
visit http://pjlink.jbmia.or.jp/english/
Diagnosis and Auto Email Alert
Email is automatically sent to appointed
addresses when detecting an error message,
such as the lamp
Management PC
LAN
going out, unusual
heating or cooling
fan breakdown.
Security Bar
A reinforcing bar for the antitheft cable
is mounted at the corner of the projector
for theft prevention.
Internet
Control System
Compatibility
The projectors provide superior
compatibility with various control
systems such as Crestron, AMX
and Extron.
CAUTION received!
High
Temperature!
e-mail
Maintenance Service Provider
Screen Size and Projection Distance
Metal Security Plate
The joint area for the ceiling mount adaptor is reinforced by a metal plate
that deters theft.
Screen
H
90°
Lens centre
L
PG-D40W3D NORMAL Mode (16:10)
PG-D50X3D/D45X3D NORMAL Mode (4:3)
Distance from the
bottom of the image
to the lens centre
[H]
Diag. Width (cm) Height (cm) Minimum
Maximum
Distance from the
bottom of the image
to the lens centre
[H]
Diag. Width (cm) Height (cm) Minimum
Maximum
500” 400” (1016) 300” (762) 49’0”(14.9m)
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4 15/32” (11cm)
500” 424”(1077) 265”(673) 52’8”(16.1m)
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300” 240” (610) 180” (457) 29’5” (9.0m) 33’11” (10.3m)
2 11/16” (7cm)
300” 254”(646) 159”(404) 31’7” (9.8m) 36’5” (11.1m)
19 13/16” (50cm)
200” 160” (406) 120” (305) 19’7” (6.0m) 22’7” (6.9m)
1 51/64” (5cm)
Picture size
Side View
Safe Lamp Housing Structure
When the lamp is removed from the projector for replacement, the internal
lamp shutter door automatically closes, ensuring safe replacement in the
event that the lamp breaks.
# 4:3 and 16:9 Aspect Ratios and
HDTV/DTV and DVD Compatible
(1080P, 1080I, 1035I, 720P, 576P, 576I, 540P,
480P and 480I).
# Image Shift Function
Images projected in wide format can be vertically
shifted for better viewing in limited spaces.
# Theft Deterrent Function “System
Lock”
# Keylock Function
# 1:1.15x Manual Zoom and Focus
# Standby Power: 458 W (D50X3D),
408 W (D45X3D/D40W3D) in Standby
Mode for Quick Start
# 1080I IP conversion
Remote Control with GUI
Pointer and Spotlight
Five different icons can be
displayed to effectively use for
your presentations.
Three spotlight sizes, ranging
from 1/25, 1/9 or 1/8 the screen,
provide visual effects to focus on
the specified subject.
Also, the remote control range is
increased to 10 m, 40% longer
than conventional models.
Projection
distance [L]
Projection
distance [L]
Picture size
33 1/32” (84cm)
200” 170”(431) 106”(269) 21’1” (6.4m) 24’4” (7.4m)
13 7/32” (34cm)
100” 80” (203)
60” (152) 9’10” (3.0m) 11’4” (3.4m)
57/64” (2cm)
100” 85”(215)
53”(135) 10’6” (3.2m) 12’2” (3.7m)
6 39/64” (17cm)
60” 48” (122)
36” (91) 5’11” (1.8m) 6’9” (2.1m)
17/32” (1cm)
60” 51”(129)
32”(81)
6’4” (1.9m) 7’3” (2.2m)
3 31/32” (10cm)
40”
24” (61) 3’11” (1.2m) 4’6” (1.4m)
23/64” (1cm)
40”
21”(54)
4’3” (1.3m) 4’10” (1.5m)
2 41/64” (7cm)
32” (81)
34”(86)
* Allow a margin of error in the above values.