Mitsubishi XD3500U User manual
Specifications NEW XGA PROJECTOR Color Brilliant ColorTM Enhancer sRGB 3D Y/C Digital Comb Password Direct Power Off Lock Center Lens Long-life Low Standby Lamp Power PinP Low Fan Noise User Logo Projection Remote Mouse Control Side Loading Lamp LAN (RJ-45) : Picture Perfomance 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 10 11 12 9 13 13 14 15 14 15 XD3500U Display Technology 0.7” 1-Chip DMD, DDP3020 Resolution 1024×768 (Total 786,432 pixels) Brightness 5000lm Contrast 2500 : 1 (on / off) Picture Size 40"~ 300" Projection Lens f=24.5-33.1mm, F=2.0-2.4 Offset Axis 10 : 0 DVI HDMI : Presentation Closed Caption 1.7 ~ 2.4 Source Lamp 264W (Shut-off Time 4000hr) with Low Mode 330W (Shut-off Time 2000hr) with Standard Mode Computer Compatibility 640×480 (Expanded) ~ 1600×1200 (Compressed) True: 1024×768, Sync on Green available Video Compatibility 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) PC Input Terminals mini D-sub 15pin×1, 5 BNC×1, DVI-D (with HDCP)×1 Audio: stereo mini jack(ø3.5mm)×3 Video Input Terminals 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 Output Terminals RGB: mini D-sub 15pin×1, DC Out: 5V 1.5A (MAX) Audio: stereo mini jack (ø3.5mm)×1 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 10W mono : User Friendly 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) MULTIMEDIA DATA/VIDEO PROJECTORS Throw Ratio Motorized Page 10W up/down Speaker Lens Shift Input and Output Terminals 1 Model Fan Noise 26dBA (Low Mode) Dimensions (W×H×D) 17.7”×7.4”×14.7” (excluding terminal cover) Weight 22.7lbs (excluding detachable terminal cover) Power Supply AC100 - 240V, 50/60Hz Optional Accessories Lamp: VLT-XD3200LP Lens: OL-XD2000SZ, OL-XD2000LZ, OL-XD2000TZ, OL-XD2000FR Warranty 3-Years Parts/Labor, 3-Years Express Replacement Assistance, 1-Year or 500 hours lamp warranty (whichever comes first) Large-screen projectors that provide an experience you’ll never forget! ~ Image Quality and Functionality Unlike Any Other ~ * Compliance with ISO21118-2005 * All brand names and product names are trademarks, registered trademarks or trade names of their respective holders. * DLPTM (Digital Light Processing) and BrilliantColorTM are trademarks of Texas Instruments. Screen Size and Projection Distance / Optional Lenses Refer to the following table to determine the screen size. Front projection W W1 W1 W Diagonal size W1 H1 H2 W1 L L H2 H1 H3 H3 XD3500U H H XD3500U L Screen size (XGA 4:3) Front projection, ceiling mounted L Width Height Movable V position Movable H position from Default position from Default position Down Up Down Up Left Right Left Right (H1) (H2) (H1) (H2) (W1) (W1) (W1) (W1) Max. Zoom Min. Zoom cm inch inch m 61 0 0 54 1.4 74 1.9 12 0 2 30 0 6 3 0 3 36 91 0 0 82 2.1 112 2.8 18 0 3 46 0 9 5 0 5 12 0 12 48 122 0 0 110 2.8 150 3.8 24 0 4 61 0 11 6 0 6 16 0 16 203 60 152 0 0 138 3.5 189 4.8 30 0 6 76 0 14 8 0 8 20 0 20 305 90 229 0 0 208 5.3 284 7.2 45 0 8 114 0 21 12 0 12 30 0 30 160 406 120 305 0 0 279 7.1 380 9.7 60 0 11 152 0 28 16 0 16 41 0 41 200 508 150 381 0 0 349 8.9 - - 75 0 14 191 0 36 20 0 20 51 0 51 10.6 - - 90 0 17 229 0 43 24 0 24 61 0 61 cm inch 40 102 32 81 24 60 152 48 122 80 203 64 163 100 254 80 150 381 120 200 508 250 635 762 Distance from screen (L) inch inch inch 300 Default height projected image (H) 240 cm 610 180 cm 457 0 0 419 m inch cm inch cm 8 0 8 Optional Lenses Screen size (XGA 4:3) A wide variety of optional lenses is available to suit any operating or user requirement. Diagonal Size OL-XD2000SZ Short-throw Zoom Lens OL-XD2000LZ Long-throw Zoom Lens Converter Lens (mounted on the standard lens) Converter Lens (mounted on the standard lens) OL-XD2000TZ Tele-throw Zoom Lens OL-XD2000FR Rear Projection Short-thow Fixed Lens inch 40 60 80 100 150 200 250 300 cm 102 152 203 254 381 508 635 762 Width inch 32 48 64 80 120 160 200 240 cm 81 122 163 203 305 406 508 610 Height inch 24 36 48 60 90 120 150 180 cm 61 91 122 152 229 305 381 457 Default OL-XD2000SZ OL-XD2000LZ OL-XD2000TZ height projected Distance from screen (L) Distance from screen (L) Distance from screen (L) image (H) Max. Zoom Min. Zoom Max. Zoom Min. Zoom Max. Zoom Min. Zoom inch 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 cm 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 inch 41 63 86 108 164 219 275 331 m 1.0 1.6 2.2 2.7 4.2 5.6 7.0 8.4 inch 57 88 118 148 224 300 - m 1.5 2.2 3.0 3.8 5.7 7.6 - inch m inch m inch m inch m 148 3.8 88 2.2 105 2.7 135 3.4 136 3.5 224 5.7 142 3.6 182 4.6 183 4.7 301 7.6 180 4.6 228 5.8 230 5.8 377 9.6 273 6.9 345 8.8 348 8.8 568 14.4 366 9.3 462 11.7 465 11.8 759 19.3 459 11.7 579 14.7 583 14.8 951 24.1 553 14.0 696 17.7 701 17.8 1,142 29.0 Default height projected image (H3) inch 12 18 24 30 45 - cm 30 46 61 76 114 - OL-XD2000FR Distance from screen (L) inch 25 38 51 64 97 - m 0.6 1.0 1.3 1.6 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 LITXD3500U New publication, effective February 2010. Specifications subject to change without notice. Industry-leading DLP Brightness of 5000lm 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. XD3500U 5000 lm XGA Stunning Beautiful Colors & High-quality Design Operation simplified with Mitsubishi Electric’s user-friendly design Low Maintenance & High Durability User Friendly New Color Wheel System New Lamp Drive System Dust can easily accumulate on the color wheel sensors on previous models. Now, the sensor is mounted in the rotary shaft motor casing, which is almost fully enclosed, making it much less likely for dust to collect on the sensor. Arc Discharge Initially, the gap between the electrodes is small and the arc density is high, resulting in high brightness. Electrode Photo Sensor Timing Mark Optical Signal New color wheel illustration Dust accumulates on the sensor and thick part of the timing mark—blocking the path of the light when using the light signal method. This interferes with the color distinction process, causing poor color alignment and breaking. Fixed Halleffect IC Less than 1mm Magnet Magnetic Signal 100% 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. Even if dust does accumulate, since a magnetic signal method is used, the signal passes through the dust without any problem of color distinction. Filter free DLPTM projectors are designed with a semi-sealed light path, therefore an intake filter is not needed, eliminating filter changing and lowering maintenance costs. Long 4000hr Lamp Life 2,000hr lamp Original Lamp 1st replacement Reduced Lamp Replacements 4,000hr lamp Original Lamp 2,000 hours 0% 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. Use time may vary widely according to the environment and conditions, and whether or not cleaning and other maintenance procedures are followed. Conventional Lamp Drive System New Lamp Drive System 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 more quickly when using the projector for long 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 The XD3500U has a lamp temperature controlling system that enables a lamp life of up to 4000hours.*1 Long-life lamps make dramatic reductions in overall cost of ownership by reducing the frequency of lamp replacement. Lamp Replacement Frequency* 2 Electrode Abrasion Previous color wheel illustration The distance between the electrodes increases as they wear causing a decrease in arc density, which also results in a loss of brightness. The lamp can be accessed from the side of the projector, simplifying the replacement process, as the projector does not need to be turned around when sitting on a shelf or turned over when suspended from the ceiling. The center-set lens design makes set-up easy since the projector lens can be evenly aligned with the center of the screen. Quick Lens Change The top cover has a removable panel around the lens. This advanced feature enables the lens to be changed without removing the entire top cover. Ultra - quiet 26dBA Operation 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. The XD3500U has a significantly low fan noise of only 26dBA Fan noise Fan noise (lamp in Low mode). Air flow Fan As a result, audiences can Air flow enjoy presentations and Air flow conferences with the distraction of projector noise. Brilliant Color ™ and Mitsubishi Electric Engineering Yield Superior Color Performance Brilliant Color™, one of the latest innovations from Texas Instruments, produces amazingly rich and vibrant colors. We developed a 5-segment color wheel (R, G, B, W and Y), and combined it with Brilliant Color™ and selective lamp-powered modulation techniques. The XD3500U intelligently reproduces colors that improve the intensity and vibrancy across the entire screen. w/o-BrilliantColorTM Yellow reproducibility improves High Power Normal Power Low Power R B W G Y G Y Lamp Power (Basic concept) Auto Mode (for color reproduction) Light intensity increases for the RGB segment on the color wheel, ensuring ample brightness while screening brilliant colors. High 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. Light intensity increases for the white and yellow segments of the color wheel, giving greater emphasis to bright colors in more vivid tones. Normal Power The air duct flow design has been improved so that fan noise doesn’t interfere with the intake-air flow. Additionally, the fan noise is blocked from direct exit, realizing a significant reduction in operation noise. User Logo Projection BrilliantColorTM Lamp Power Modulation Presentation Mode (for high brightness) 5-segment (RGBWY) color wheel Low Power R B W Lamp Power (Basic concept) Precise Gradation Reproduction Super - bright 5000lm The XD3500U delivers super-bright 5000lm images. It’s the ideal brightness for giving presentations in large meeting rooms and conference halls. Well-established DDP3020 DLP™ data processor High-speed LVDS (low-voltage differential signal) 10-bit I/P conversion circuit eliminate jaggies Lavish functions to fully savor the job Motor-driven Lens Shift* & High Contrast of 2500:1 * Function adjusts image in four directions (up/down/left/right) without touching the projector. Splash screen LAN Control Stand-by Power Consumption Under 1W We are always striving to protect the global environment and save energy, which has resulted in stand-by power consumption in low mode being reduced to under 1W. Connect a computer with ProjectorView™ installed to a LAN for wired operation and monitoring of several different projectors. 3000lm 5000lm Closed Caption (CC) Capable A closed caption decoder comes installed as standard equipment. Closed Caption enabled signals are processed into subtitles that are projected onto the screen. This feature addresses the needs of language students and hearing-impaired viewers.
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