The dual lamp mode system provides
superior brightness and many hours of continuous operation
GT6000 supports SXGA+ (1400x1050) real,
and outstanding brightness of 5,300 ANSI lumens is achieved.
By introducing the 1.4' Poly Silicon
TFT LCD panel (SXGA+ (1400x1050) real)
with the newly developed Micro Lens Array (MLA) and the 275
W DC dual lamp mode, outstanding brightness of 5,300 ANSI lumens
(using the GT20ZL lens) is achieved.
It is also possible to provide high brightness projection at
a maximum of 10,600 ANSI lumens through a stack configuration
with two projectors.
With Advanced AccuBlend, NEC's unique resolution technology,
images can be displayed in higher order resolutions up to UXGA
(1600 x 1200 pixels).
LSIs for sharper, more vivid image quality
This projector uses two new NEC
LSIs. The first is a 10-bit video decoder LSI that significantly
lowers cross colours and cross luminance caused by three dimensional
Y/C separation (with NTSC signals), and the second provides
a Contrast Enhancement function that uses the characteristics of the
human eye to achieve picture quality with a greater feeling
of contrast. For optimum quality with movies and video, the
projector also incorporates a high performance LSI for de-interlacing
using Faroudja DCDiTM technology. The
result is reproduction of all images with extremely high contrast
(700:1) and overall quality.
long life lamp (GT60LPS) running in Eco mode provides many hours
of continuous operation.
The long life lamp can be used
in conjunction with either of the dual lamp modes: Normal mode
and Eco Mode.In the Eco Mode or with the long-life lamp, the
projector affords many hours of continuous operation and drastically
reduces the cost and labour of replacing lamps. This projector
is the best choice for the diverse needs of graphic artists
or for controlling and monitoring where the projector will be
in use for many hours - mini theatres, halls, art galleries,
museums, libraries and video libraries - anywhere high definition
images with outstanding brightness are required.
Reform simply corrects distorted images projected from an angled
Reform function, using the newly developed ASIC which implements
NEC's unique image conversion technology, corrects 3D distortions,
not obtainable with four direction trapezoid correction, to
project more beautiful images. Distorted images can be corrected
by clicking the four corners of the image on the screen with
a USB mouse, operating the remote controller, or the button
on the main unit.
Trapezoidal distortion can be corrected vertically +/- 40 degrees
and horizontally +/- 30 degrees. Since the correction can be
made in one-degree increments, precision image correction is
Since the corrected data can be stored, you can display square
images anytime in places, such as a conference room, where the
projector is permanently installed.
With the Geometric Correction
function capable of projecting square images onto cylindrical
or spherical screens, applications for large-sized projection
* Under some environmental conditions, the projector may not
Zoom and Focus, Power Driven Lens Shift function (in both vertical
and horizontal directions) is standard and five types of optional
lenses are available.
addition to the Zoom and Focus function for adjusting the zoom
and focus of the projection lens, the Power Driven Lens Shift
function adjusts the position of the projected image without
changing the position of the projector. Since the lenses can
be shifted in both the vertical and horizontal directions and
the lens position for the respective Zoom, Focus, and Lens shift
input signals can be individually stored in the memory, projector
installation is more flexible.
* The Power Driven Lens Shift function is not available for
the GT10RLB lens and the GT06RLB lens.
Nine types of optional lenses from the short focus type to the
long focus type are available. Choose the optimum lens according
to the installation location of the projector, such as a conference
room, lecture hall, concert hall, or event venue.
* The amount of shift and brightness may vary depending on the
Maximum Possible Range
H : width of projected image, V
: height of projected image
Range of Lens Shift
18.59° to 12.36°
12.05° to 9.22°
10.39° to 7.49°
11.30° to 8.18°
8.06° to 5.14°
5.33° to 3.42°
4.54° to 2.96°
16.02° to 10.60°
9.59° to 7.32°
8.56° to 6.15°
9.67° to 7.00°
6.63° to 4.22°
3.29° to 2.81°
3.88° to 2.53°
If the lens shifts in both a vertical
and horizontal direction, there are some directions (the four
corners) where the lens shifting angle will be smaller than
this. The respective values are design values and may contain
errors within +/- 5%.
supports wireless and wired LAN. The lamp lifetime and error
messages will be sent via e-mail notification.
The LAN port (RJ-45) is standard.
By using a commercially available wired LAN cable (Ethernet
cable), collectively manage and control the projector from your
PC through a network. If you install the optional wireless LAN
card (SWL-2100N) in the PJ card slot on the projector and set
up a network connection, you can project PC images supporting
wireless LAN without using a video signal cable. For a conference
using multiple PCs, it is not necessary to connect cables, and
the speaker does not need to move. Furthermore, the Mail Notification
Function transmits information about the lamp lifetime or error
messages from the projector to three destinations for effective
The Mail Notification Function and the HTTP Server Function
are not available for Macintosh computers.
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memory and a USB memory card reader can be used.
A flash memory card and USB memory
can be connected to project images stored in USB memory or used
as a protection key. Furthermore, by connecting a commercially
available USB memory card reader, you can handle data in various
kinds of memory cards or use various kinds of memory cards as
a protection key. For available USB memory and USB
memory cards, please click here.
of input ports and a comprehensive array of system control interfaces
This projector supports input
signals including BNC, DVI-D, analogue RGB, component, S-video,
and composite, as well as the high definition standards of BS
broadcasting (D1 to D5). For system control, it is possible
to configure the system to the users needs including operation
and control of the status of the projector through USB, the
link mode, and wireless and wired LAN (RJ-45) as well as RS-232C.
Furthermore, two optional slots accommodate optional SDI and
RGB boards for superior system expandability.
Switch provides image transitions when switching the signal
source.Select from three options: Wipe overlays the image in
any direction from side to side or top to bottom; Box in contracts
the image from the edge to the center; and Box out expands the
image from the center to the edge.Select the transition speed
from the three options of High, Standard, and Low.
(1,400x1,050) p-Si TFT LCD x 3 With Micro Lens Array
Zoom / Focus / Shift ±0.32 H / ±0.5 V (GT20ZL)
95°F (0° To 35°C), 20 - 80% Humidity (Non-Condensing)
122°F (-10° To 50°C), 20 - 80% Humidity (Non-Condensing)
- 120 V AC / 200 - 240 V AC, 50 Hz / 60 Hz
W (Lamp Normal Mode) 660 W (Lamp Eco Mode) 1 W (Standby)
A (100 - 120 V AC) / 4.0 A (200 - 240 V AC)
Approved (UL 1950, CSA 950)
DOC Canada Class B requirements
FCC Class B requirements
AS / NZS 3548 Class B
EMC Directive (EN 55022 : 1998, EN 55024-1998, EN 61000-3-2,
Low Voltage Directive (EN 60950, TUV GS Approved)
mm x 242 mm x 548 mm (Not Including Protrusions)
(Not Including Lens)
*1 : LCD panel technology consists of fine picture cells with
more than 99.99% of the cells being active.
*2 : Lamp life is defined as the average time span for the brightness
of the lamp to be reduced by half, it does not refer to the
warranty period for the lamp.
All specifications are subject to change without notice.
Wide short focus fixed lens
manual (Focus Only)
Long Life Lamp (GT60LPS)
Long Life Lamp (GT60LPS)
Long Life Lamp (GT60LPS)
Long Life Lamp (GT60LPS)
GT12ZLB / GT13ZLB cannot be
used in the 1-lamp mode.
When using the projector with
the lens, it is recommended to select "Dual"
in the Lamp Settings menu.
This will provide the best performance when operating
If the lens shifts in both
a vertical and horizontal direction, there are some directions
(the four corners) where the lens shifting angle will
be smaller than this. The respective values are design
values and may contain errors within +/- 5%.
H : width of projected image,
V : height of projected image
GT06RLB will be available in
June 2004. GT12RLB will be available in August 2004.
Replacement Lamp (GT60LP)
Replacement Lamp (GT60LPS)
Ceiling Mounting Kit
SDI Interface Board
RGB Interface Board
The MM-SDI is an SDI board
with 3 x BNC connectors for an expansion slot on the projector.
The MM-SDI board allows for connecting the projector with
a commercial type digital VTR (D5-VTR) compatible with
digital serial component signals.
The MM-RGB is an RGB board
with 5 x BNC connectors for an expansion slot on the projector.
Model codes, specifications and
available options may differ by region.
For detailed information, please contact the NEC sales company or
dealer in your area.
MultiSync is a registered trademark
of NEC Corporation. Faroudja is a registered trademark of Faroudja
Laboratories,Inc. DCDi is a Trademark of Faroudja Laboratories,Inc.All
other brand and product names are registered trademarks of their respective
holders. Further trademark information.