Mitsubishi Electric WD3300U data projector

MULTIMEDIA DATA / VIDEO PROJECTORS
The New WD3300U and XD3200U
Comfort Redefined
Large-screen reproduction of high-quality images. Breathtaking and powerful.
But image quality is not the only improvement to our large-screen projectors.
Mitsubishi Electric’s new projectors are designed for easy installation and maintenance,
superior operability and a comfortable viewing experience.
Welcome to the future of high-lumen projectors.
4000
lm
WXGA
4500
lm
XGA
Operation simplified with Mitsubishi Electric’s user-friendly design
Low Maintenance & High Durability
New Lamp Drive System
New Color Wheel System
Arc Discharge
Dust would easily accumulate on the color wheel sensors of previous models. However,
the sensor is now mounted in the rotary shaft motor casing, which is almost fully enclosed,
making it much more resistant to dust.
Electrode
100%
Previous color wheel
Timing
Mark
Optical Signal
Dust would accumulate on
the sensor and thick part of the
timing mark, blocking the light
path when using the light
signal method. This dust
build-up interferes with the
color distinction process,
causing poor color alignment.
Fixed
Halleffect IC
Magnet
Less than 1mm
Magnetic Signal
The base spins together with the color wheel.
The wind pressure created by the centrifugal
force keeps dust from entering through the gap
(less than 1mm or 1/25in). The magnet is
embedded in the base, so there is no protruding
part for dust to accumulate on. Since a magnetic
signal method is used, the signal passes through
any dust without the problem of color distortion.
Filter free
TM
DLP projectors are virtually airtight, therefore an intake filter isn’t needed, eliminating
the need for filter changing and ultimately lowering overall cost.
Electrode Abrasion
Photo Sensor
New color wheel
Drive System
New Lamp Drive System
0%
Total Lamp Usage in Hour
Adoption of a new lamp drive system
prevents electrode wear—giving the
lamp a longer service life and enabling
it to retain projection brightness over
a longer period of time.
Up until now, the electrodes in the lamp deteriorated quicker when using
the projector for extended periods of time, resulting in a loss of brightness.
These projectors incorporate an optical design that optimizes lamp operation
to realize a lamp drive that makes it possible to stabilize the shape of the
electrode during long-term use. As a result, the maximum lamp service life
is obtained for every projection mode and loss in projection brightness is
extended over a longer period of time.
Side Access Lamp & Center Lens Designs
Long 4000hr Lamp Life
Initially, the gap between the
electrodes is small and the
arc density is high, resulting
in high brightness.
The distance between the electrodes
increases as they wear. This causes
a decrease in arc density, which also
Conventional Lamp
results in a loss of brightness.
Quick Lens Change
The WD3300U/XD3200U has a lamp temperature
The lamp can be accessed from the side of the
The top cover has a removable section around the
controlling system that enables an estimated lamp life
projector, simplifying the replacement process, as the
lens. This advanced feature enables the lens to
of up to 4000hours.*1 Long-life lamps make dramatic
projector does not have to be turned around when
be changed without removing the entire top cover.
reductions in overall cost of ownership by reducing
sitting on a shelf or turned
the frequency of lamp replacement.
over when suspended from
Lamp Replacement Frequency*2
2,000hr lamp
1st replacement
Original Lamp
Reduced
Lamp
Replacements
the ceiling. The center-set
lens design makes set-up
easy since the projector
4,000hr lamp
Original Lamp
2,000 hours
4,000 hours
(*1): When lamp is used in “Low” mode. Maximum life in “Standard” mode is 2000hr.
(*2): Lamp life refers to the average time required for brightness to be reduced by half, and not
the time specified in the warranty. Usage time may vary widely according to the environment
and conditions, and whether or not cleaning and other maintenance procedures are followed.
lens need only be aligned
with the center of the screen.
Stunning Beautiful Colors & High-quality Design
User Friendly
Brilliant Color ™ and Mitsubishi Electric Engineering Yield Superior Color Performance
Ultra - quiet 26dBA Operation
Brilliant Color™, one of the latest innovations from
The fan noise from a projector can be annoying during a
presentation or videoconference—but with the adoption of a
hermetically sealed color wheel and improved air duct path,
that’s a thing of the past.
vibrant colors. We developed a 5-segment color
Light intensity increases for the white and yellow
segments of the color wheel, giving greater
emphasis to bright colors in more vivid tones.
wheel (R, G, B, W and Y), and by combining it with
High Power
modulation techniques—the WD3300U and
have a significantly low fan
Fan noise
noise of only 26dBA (lamp
in Low mode). As a result,
Presentation Mode (for high brightness)
Brilliant Color™ and selective lamp-powered
The WD3300U and XD3200U
Lamp Power Modulation
Texas Instruments, produces amazingly rich and
XD3200U intelligently reproduce colors that
Fan noise
Air flow
Fan
Air flow
the entire screen.
audiences can enjoy
presentations and
improve the intensity and vibrancy across
Air flow
w/o-BrilliantColorTM
distraction of projector noise.
Yellow reproduction
improves
Environmentally Friendly
In order to lessen our impact on natural resources, we have
engineered specific eco-friendly features including:
• Eco-friendly design
The use of lead-free solder further
minimizes impact on the environment
ION & CO
VAT
NS
NO
E
IN
Y
GREENER TECHNOLOGY
* Less than 2W in Normal mode
(network turned on).
R
B
W
G
Y
Lamp Power (Basic concept)
Precise Gradation Reproduction
The XD3200U delivers super - bright 4500lm images.
Well-established DDP3020 DLP™ data processor
It’s the ideal brightness for giving presentations in
High-speed LVDS (low-voltage differential signal)
large meeting rooms and conference halls.
10-bit I/P conversion circuit eliminate jaggies
Additional useful functions
COM
MI
TT
OGY THROUG
OL
H
HN
The carton, and all paper materials
within are made from recycled paper
Super - bright 4500lm
Motor-driven Lens Shift* & High Contrast of 2500:1**
* Function adjusts image in four directions (up/down/left/right)
without touching the projector.
** XD3200U only. WD3300U contrast is 2300 : 1.
GREENER T
TO
EC
• Recycled Paper
G
High Power
5-segment (RGBWY) color wheel
ED
When in Standby mode, the projector
consumes less than 1Watt* of power
W
Light intensity increases for the RGB
segment on the color wheel, ensuring ample
brightness while screening brilliant colors.
Low Power
4-segment (RGBW) color wheel
A user-created image (logo, picture, etc.) can be
loaded into the projector and used as the start-up
image or the stand-by screen.
ION
AT
RV
B
Lamp Power (Basic concept)
Normal Power
User Logo Projection
• Low Standby Power
R
Low Power
Auto Mode (for color reproduction)
BrilliantColorTM
conferences without the
The air duct flow design has been improved so that fan noise doesn’t interfere
with the intake-air flow. Additionally, fan noise is blocked from direct exit, resulting
in a significant reduction in operation noise.
Normal Power
LAN Control
3000lm
4500lm
Connect a computer with ProjectorView™ installed to a LAN for
wired operation and monitoring of several different projectors.
Specifications
Model
Display Technology
Resolution
Brightness
Contrast
Picture Size
Remote
Mouse
Control
3D Y/C
Digital Comb
Password Instant
Shutdown
Lock
Center
Lens
Long-life Low Standby Top / Side
LAN
Lamp
Power Loading Lamp (RJ-45)
: Picture Perfomance
PinP*
: Presentation
User Logo
Projection
: User Friendly
2 3 4 5 6
7
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
10 11 12
9
15
13 14 15
2500 : 1 (on / off)
10 : -1
264W (Shut-off Time 4000hr) with Low Mode
330W (Shut-off Time 2000hr) with Standard Mode
640×400 ~ 1600×1200
True: 1280×800, Sync on Green available
640×480 ~ 1600×1200
True: 1024×768, Sync on Green available
NTSC / NTSC4.43 / PAL (including PAL-M, N) / SECAM / PAL-60,
Component Video: 480i/p (525i/p), 576i/p (625i/p), 720p (750p 50/60Hz),
1080i (1125i 50/60Hz), 1080p (1125p 50/60Hz), SCART (RGB+1V sync)
Video Compatibility
mini D-sub 15pin×1, 5 BNC×1, DVI-D (with HDCP)×1
Audio: stereo mini jack(ø3.5mm)×3
Video Input
Terminals
HDMI terminal
DVI-D (HDCP) terminal (DVI-D 24-pin)
Computer / Component Video IN-1 terminal
Audio IN-1 terminal (Mini jack)
Audio DVI-D terminal (Mini jack)
Video IN / Audio IN terminal
DC OUT [5V 1.5A (Max)]
LAN(RJ-45) terminal
Computer / Component Video IN-2 terminals
Monitor OUT terminal (Mini D-SUB 15-pin)
Audio OUT terminal (Mini jack)
Audio IN-2 terminal (Mini jack)
USB (Computer) terminal
Remote IN / OUT
Serial terminal (D-SUB 9-pin)
10 : 0
1.7 ~ 2.4
Pc Input Terminals
8
4500lm
2300 : 1 (on / off)
40"~ 300"
*Only XD3200U.
Input and Output Terminals
1
4000lm
f=24.5-33.1mm, F=2.0-2.4
Computer Compatibility
Low Fan
Noise
HDMI
DVI
1024×768 (Total 786,432 pixels)
Source Lamp
Motorized
10W
Speaker Lens Shift
Closed
Caption
1280×800 (Total 1,024,000 pixels)
Throw Ratio
WXGA / XGA PROJECTOR
sRGB
XD3200U
0.7” 1-Chip DMD
Projection lens
Offset axis
WD3300U/XD3200U
Color
Brilliant
ColorTM Enhancer
WD3300U
0.65” 1-Chip DMD
Video: HDMI(ver.1.2)×1, RCA×1 or BNC×1, S-Video(4pin)×1 or S-Video Y/C(BNC)
Audio: RCA (L, R)×2
RGB: mini D-sub 15pin×1, DC Out: 5V 1.5A (MAX)
Audio: stereo mini jack (ø3.5mm)×1
Output Terminals
Communication
Terminals
LAN (RJ-45)×1, RS-232C:D-sub 9pin×1, USB×1 (Mouse control),
Wired remote in: stereo mini jack (ø3.5mm)×1 Wired remote out: stereo mini jack (ø3.5mm)×1
Audio Speaker
Fan Noise
Dimensions(W×H×D)
Weight
Power Supply
450×187×373mm/17.7×7.4×14.7 in (excluding terminal cover)
Optional Accessories
Lamp: VLT-XD3200LP
Lens: OL-XD2000SZ, OL-XD2000LZ, OL-XD2000TZ, OL-XD2000FR
10W mono
26dBA (Lamp Low Mode)
10.3kg /22.7lbs (excluding detachable terminal cover)
AC100 - 240V, 50/60Hz
3-Years Parts/Labor, 3-Years Express Replacement Assistance,
1-Year or 500 hours lamp warranty (whichever comes first)
Warranty
• Compliance with ISO21118-2005
• All brand names and product names are trademarks, registered trademarks or trade names of their respective holders
* Lamp life specification is an estimate based on information provided by the lamp manufacturer and is not the duration
of the warranty. Lamp will shut-off automatically when usage reaches the specified estimated maximum lamp hours.
Screen Size and Projection Distance / Optional Lenses
A wide variety of optional lenses is available to suit any operating or user requirement.
Refer to the following table to determine the screen size.
W
W
W1
Front projection,
ceilling mounted
Front projection
OL-XD2000SZ
Short-throw Zoom Lens
OL-XD2000LZ
Long-throw Zoom Lens
OL-XD2000TZ
Tele-throw Zoom Lens
OL-XD2000FR
Rear Projection Short-thow Fixed Lens
H
WD3300U
XD3200U
H2
H1
H3
H3
H
WD3300U
XD3200U
W1
H1
W1
H2
W1
L
L
L
L
Converter Lens
(mounted on the standard lens)
WD3300U + Optional Lenses
WD3300U
Screen size (WXGA 16:10)
Diagonal Size
Width
Default height
projected
image (H)
Height
Max. Zoom
inch
34
86
21
54
2
51
129
32
81
3
9
68
172
42
108
5
12
254
85
215
53
135
6
15
381
127
323
79
202
9
22
200
508
170
431
106
269
11
29
299
250
635
212
538
132
337
14
36
375
300
762
254
646
159
404
17
44
450
cm
inch
40
102
60
152
80
203
100
150
cm
inch
cm
6
Movable V position
from Default position
Distance from screen (L)
cm
inch
Min. Zoom
inch
m
Movable H position
from Default position
Down Up Down Up Left Right Left Right
(H1) (H2) (H1) (H2) (W1) (W1) (W1) (W1)
inch
cm
cm
inch
m
inch
58
1.5
80
2.0
12 0
2
30
0
6
3 0
3
88
2.2
121
3.1
18 0
3
46
0
9
5 0
5 13 0 13
118
3.0
162
4.1
24 0
4
61
0 11 7 0
7 17 0 17
148
3.8
203
5.2
30 0
6
76
0 14 9 0
9 22 0 22
224
5.7
306
7.8
45 0
8 114
0 21 13 0 13 33 0 33
7.6
408
10.4
60 0 11 152
0 28 17 0 17 44 0 44
9.5
-
-
75 0 14 191
0 36 21 0 21 55 0 55
11.4
-
-
90 0 17 229
0 43 26 0 26 65 0 65
9 0
9
Screen size (WXGA 16:10)
Diagonal Size
inch cm
40 102
60 152
80 203
100 254
150 381
200 508
250 635
300 762
Width
inch cm
34
86
51 129
68 172
85 215
127 323
170 431
212 538
254 646
Default
height
projected
image (H)
Height
inch cm inch
2
54
21
3
32
81
5
42 108
6
53 135
9
79 202
106 269 11
132 337 14
159 404 17
cm
6
9
12
15
22
29
36
44
OL-XD2000SZ
OL-XD2000LZ
OL-XD2000TZ
Distance from screen (L) Distance from screen (L) Distance from screen (L)
Max. Zoom Min. Zoom Max. Zoom Min. Zoom Max. Zoom Min. Zoom
inch m inch m inch m inch m inch m inch m
44
95
2.4
159 4.0
1.6
1.1 62
68
1.7 94
2.4 113 2.9 145 3.7 147 3.7 241 6.1
2.3 127 3.2 153 3.9 196 5.0 197 5.0 323 8.2
92
116 3.0 160 4.1 193 4.9 246 6.2 248 6.3 406 10.3
176 4.5 241 6.1 294 7.5 371 9.4 374 9.5 611 15.5
236 6.0 323 8.2 394 10.0 497 12.6 500 12.7 816 20.7
296 7.5
494 12.5 623 15.8 627 15.9 1,021 25.9
356 9.0
594 15.1 748 19.0 753 19.1 1,227 31.2
-
Default
height
projected
image (H)
inch
11
16
21
26
40
-
cm
27
40
54
67
101
-
OL-XD2000FR
Distance from screen (L)
Max. Zoom
inch
m
27
0.7
41
1.0
1.4
55
69
1.8
104
2.6
-
XD3200U + Optional Lenses
XD3200U
Screen sizee (XGA 4:3)
Diagonal size
Converter Lens
(mounted on the standard lens)
Width
inch
Default height
projected
image (H)
Height
cm
inch
inch
cm
40
102
32
81
24
60
152
48
122
36
cm
Movable V position
from Default position
Distance from screen (L)
Max. Zoom
Min. Zoom
inch
Movable H position
from Default position
Down Up Down Up Left Right Left Right
(H1) (H2) (H1) (H2) (W1) (W1) (W1) (W1)
inch
inch
cm
inch
61
0
0
54
1.4
74
1.9
12 0
2
30 0
6
3 0
3
91
0
0
82
2.1
112
2.8
18 0
3
46 0
9
5 0
5
12 0 12
m
m
cm
cm
inch
8 0
8
80
203
64
163
48
122
0
0
110
2.8
150
3.8
24 0
4
61 0 11 6 0
6
16 0 16
100
254
80
203
60
152
0
0
138
3.5
189
4.8
30 0
6
76 0 14 8 0
8
20 0 20
150
381
120
305
90
229
0
0
208
5.3
284
7.2
45 0
8 114 0 21 12 0 12 30 0 30
200
508
160
406
120
305
0
0
279
7.1
380
9.7
60 0 11 152 0 28 16 0 16 41 0 41
250
635
200
508
150
381
0
0
349
8.9
-
-
75 0 14 191 0 36 20 0 20 51 0 51
300
762
240
610
180
457
0
0
419
10.6
-
-
90 0 17 229 0 43 24 0 24 61 0 61
Screen size (XGA 4:3)
Diagonal Size
inch cm
40 102
60 152
80 203
100 254
150 381
200 508
250 635
300 762
Width
inch cm
32
81
48 122
64 163
80 203
120 305
160 406
200 508
240 610
Default
height
projected
image (H)
Height
inch cm inch
0
61
24
0
91
36
0
48 122
0
60 152
0
90 229
0
120 305
0
150 381
0
180 457
cm
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
OL-XD2000SZ
OL-XD2000LZ
Distance from screen (L) Distance from screen (L)
Max. Zoom Min. Zoom Max. Zoom Min. Zoom
inch m inch m
inch m inch m
1.0 57
41
88
1.5
2.2
1.6 88
63
2.2 105 2.7 135 3.4
2.2 118 3.0 142 3.6 182 4.6
86
108 2.7 148 3.8 180 4.6 228 5.8
164 4.2 224 5.7 273 6.9 345 8.8
219 5.6 300 7.6 366 9.3 462 11.7
275 7.0
459 11.7 579 14.7
331 8.4
553 14.0 696 17.7
-
OL-XD2000TZ
Distance from screen (L)
Max. Zoom Min. Zoom
inch m inch m
148 3.8
136 3.5 224 5.7
183 4.7 301 7.6
230 5.8 377 9.6
348 8.8 568 14.4
465 11.8 759 19.3
583 14.8 951 24.1
701 17.8 1,142 29.0
Default
height
projected
image (H)
inch
12
18
24
30
45
-
cm
30
46
61
76
114
-
OL-XD2000FR
Distance from screen (L)
Max. Zoom
m
inch
0.6
25
1.0
38
51
1.3
64
1.6
97
2.5
-
The above figures are approximate and may be slightly different from the actual measurements. Lens shifting is not available for
the OL-XD2000FR (horizontal and vertical are set at 1:1). The lens movable range shows distances from the factory default position.
MITSUBISHI DIGITAL ELECTRONICS
AMERICA, INC.
MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC SALES
CANADA, INC.
Presentation Products Division
Phone: 888.307.0349
www.mitsubishi-presentations.com
Display & Imaging Solutions Division
Phone: 905.475.7728
www.mitsubishielectric.ca
3/09 - LITWD3300U/XD3200U
New publication, effective March 2009.
Specifications subject to change without notice.