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The 3D Reform projects images from an angled position. A next generation mobile projector supporting a LAN environment.
The highest freedom in setting up the projector*1. With the 3D Reform function that is NEC's newly developed technology, it is possible to project images from a position in a range of up to 40 degrees vertically and 34 degrees horizontally from the projection angle.
A newly developed NEC chip provides the 3D Reform function, a keystone correction feature that corrects trapezoidal distortions, something which was beyond the capabilities of traditional "up-down-left-right" correction functions. With this function, more vivid images can be projected. If the projection is distorted, simply set the four corners of the screen to square the picture. This allows greater freedom in setting up the projector, because it can now be set up at an angle in relation to the screen. You can set the projector anywhere it does not become an obstacle, and no longer needs to be placed right in front of the screen.
With the Geometric Correction function capable of projecting square images onto cylindrical or spherical screens, applications for large-sized projection will be expanded.
* Under some environmental conditions, this projector may not be set up.
A PC card slot is provided to support wireless/wired LAN and PC-less presentations.
In case of a conference with many participants, it is possible for them to transfer data from their own PC's and project images directly without reconnecting cables. By installing an optional wireless LAN card, you can proceed with conferences without interrupting the discussion. It is also possible to use multiple projectors simultaneously to project images in a large venue.
By using a commercially available LAN card, you can collectively monitor and control the projector's state (confirmation of the time duration for using the lamp, On/Off of the power etc.) from your PC through the network. Furthermore, you can send a notification of the lamp lifetime or error messages to an e-mail address set previously.
You can project images without connecting the projector to a PC by recording documents onto a flash memory card and installing it in the PC card slot. It is convenient since it is not necessary to bring a PC. (Acceptable formats are JPEG, BMP, TEXT, HTML, and INDEX*.)
* A file format produced with the Dynamic Image Utility stored in the attached CD-ROM.
* Do not install any compact flash type card other than the memory card in the equipment. If such cards are installed in the equipment with a PC card adapter, the card may be damaged.
Brightness of 2400 ANSI lumens at a contrast ratio of 1600:1
Since high brightness of 2400 ANSI lumens is achieved, it is possible to project sufficiently clear and vivid images even in a bright room. Furthermore, the high contrast ratio of 1600:1 is achieved by introducing the advanced DMD and a newly developed optical system for optimizing the image. As a result, contrast between black and white becomes clearer and the capability for expression has improved drastically.
Low noise operation less than 29 dB is achieved. (With Lamp Eco Mode)
By combining a feedback type fan controlling circuit to set suitable cooling conditions according to the operating conditions and a newly developed motor, quietness of 29dB is achieved with Lamp Eco Mode. No noises will disturb your conference. (32 dB in Normal Mode.)
Its low power consumption and a max. lamp life of 3000 hours contribute to saving energy.
Power consumption of 280 W is achieved by introducing a newly developed high-efficiency power supply and high-efficiency engine. Power consumption in the Standby Mode is as low as 0.6 W or less.
By using the Lamp Eco Mode, lamp life is extended to 3000 hours, running cost and labour for replacing lamps can be saved. (Brightness in the Lamp Eco mode is 1900 ANSI lumens.)
Security Function preventing use by unauthorized persons
By setting passwords, it is possible to prevent from changes in the settings of the projector without permission. By registering a flash memory card as a protection key, it is impossible to project if the registered card or USB memory is not installed in the equipment when the power is turned on.
USB memory and a USB memory card reader can be used.
Not only the flash memory card but also 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 various kinds of data in memory cards or use various kinds of memory cards as a protection key.
For the available USB memory and USB memory cards, please refer to this.
The pull-down operation menu is easy to understand. If you use a USB mouse, the operation becomes easier.
Various operations can be easily with using understandable pull-down menu like PC operations. You can choose either the Basic Mode as displaying a basic operation menu or the Advanced Mode in which you can make adjustments to details. It is also possible to customize the menu to display frequently used functions. By connecting a commercially available USB mouse, you can also access the menu with it.
Furthermore, with the chalkboard function, you can draw on the projected image directly to make more impressive presentations.
A soft case is attached as a standard option.
A soft case for containing the projector is a standard option.
It can contain cables along with the projector.
The Multifunctional Presentation Wireless Remote Controller with a built-in laser pointer* is attached.
All basic operations required during a presentation are concentrated in the Wireless Remote Controller. You can operate various operations, including mouse operations of a PC, as well as controlling the projector with the simple operation of the Wireless Remote Controller. The signal receiver is located at both the front and the rear of the Wireless Remote Controller. Since there are no limitations to the position of the presenter, you can concentrate on your presentation.
* This product is compliant with Class 2 based on laser standards (JIS C 6802:1998)
Model Name LT260K
DMD Panel*1 1 chip DMD (0.7")reflection, 1024 x 768
Lens Manual Zoom (Range 1 to 1.2) (F2.2 to F2.5) (f=28.4mm to 34.0mm)
Manual Focus
Lamp 220 W DC (Normal Mode) / 176 W (Lamp Eco Mode)
Lamp Life*2 2,000 H (Normal Mode) / 3,000 H (Lamp Eco Mode)
Image Size 30" to 500" Inch (0.8 m to 12.7 m) Diagonal
Projection Distance 1.18 m to 24.6 m
Projection Angle 14.7° to 15.2° (Wide) / 12.2° to 12.4° (Tele)
Net Weight 2.9 kg
Light Output 2,400 ANSI Lumens
1,900 ANSI Lumens (Lamp Eco Mode)
Contrast Ratio 1,600 : 1
Keystone Correction H max ±35 degrees
V max ±40 degrees
Maximum Resolution UXGA (1,600 x 1,200) with Advanced AccuBlend
Horizontal 15 kHz to 100 kHz (RGB : 24kHz or over)
Vertical 50 Hz to 120 Hz
Video Bandwidth RGB : 100 MHz
Colour Reproduction Full Colour, 16.7 Million Colours Simultaneously
Input Terminals 2 RGB Input 2 D-Sub Mini 15pin RGBHV VGA, SVGA, XGA, SXGA, UXGA
RGB 0.7 Vp-p / 75Ω
H / V Sync 4.0 Vp-p / TTL Polarity
Composite Sync 4.0 Vp-p / TTL Level
Sync on G 0.3 Vp-p / 75Ω Negative Polarity
2 Stereo Mini Jack Stereo L / R 0.5 Vrms / 22 kΩ or over
2 Component Input (Sharing with RGB 1 & RGB 2) 2 D-Sub Mini 15pin (Sharing with RGB 1 & RGB 2) Y 1.0 Vp-p / 75Ω (with Sync)
Cb·Cr ( Pb·Pr) 0.7 Vp-p / 75Ω
1125i (1080i), 750p (720p), 525p (480p), 525i (480i) /60Hz
1080i / 50 Hz, Progressive PAL-scan / 50 Hz
DVD Component Video Signal (15kHz)
2 Stereo Mini Jack (Sharing with RGB 1 & RGB 2) Stereo L / R 0.5 Vrms/22 kΩ or over
1 Video Input 1 RCA pin Composite Video NTSC / NTSC 4.43 / PAL / PAL-N / PAL-M / PAL-60/SECAM
1.0 Vp-p / 75Ω
2 RCA pin Stereo L / R 0.5 Vrms/22 kΩ or over
1 S-Video Input 1 Mini DIN-4pin Y 1.0 Vp-p / 75Ω
C 0.286 Vp-p / 75Ω
2 RCA pin (Sharing with VIdeo Input ) Stereo L / R 0.5 Vrms / 22 kΩ or over
Output Terminals RGB Output 1 D-Sub Mini 15pin Output Analogue Signal
[Depending on Selected Pins (RGB 1 or RGB 2) ]
AUDIO Output 1 Stereo Mini Jack Output Analogue Signal
[Depending on Selected Pins (RGB or VIDEO) ]
Control Terminals 2 USB Port 1 A Type, 1B Type
PC Control 1 Mini DIN-8pin RS-232C
PC-Card Slot PCMCIA TypeII
Built-In Speaker 2 W
Environment Operational Temperatures 41° to 95° F (5° to 35° C), 20 % to 80 % Humidity (Non-Condensing)
Strage Temperatures 14° to 122° F (–10° to 50° C), 20 % to 80 % Humidity (Non-Condensing)
Power Requirement 100 to 120 V AC / 200 to 240 V AC, 50 Hz / 60 Hz
Power Consumption 280 W (Lamp Normal Mode) 230 W (Lamp Eco Mode) 0.6 W (Standby)
Input Current 3.0 A (100 to 120 V AC) / 1.5 A (200 to 240 V AC)
Quietness 32 dB (Lamp Normal Mode), 29 dB (Lamp Eco Mode)
Regulations UL Approved (UL1950, CSA950)
Meets DOC Canada Class B requirements
Meets FCC Class B requirements
Meets AS / NZS3548 Class B
Meets EMC Directive (EN 55022 : 1998, EN 55024-1998, EN 61000-3-2, EN 61000-3-3)
Meets Low Voltage Directive (EN 60950, TUV GS Approved)
Dimensions (W x H x D) 260 mm x 92 mm x 275 mm (Not Including Protrusions)
*1 : DMD 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.
Geometric Correction Tool
Throwing Distance and Image Size
Model codes, specifications and available options may differ by region.
For detailed information, please contact the NEC sales company or dealer in your area.

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