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Standard Model WT610 Easy Electronic Board Model WT615
NEC Mirror projectors advance to the next stage,showing the way to new presentation possibilities.
Using aspheric mirrors, NEC's originally developed mirror projection technology achieves large-screen projection with an ultra-short focal distance. Compared with the first-generation WT600, both brightness and ease of installation have been improved, making presentations even easier. At the top of the lineup is the WT615 which boasts the new built-in "Easy Electronic Board" capability. This handy function enables you to "write" comments or "draw" directly on the projected image screen just like a whiteboard, greatly expanding both expression and interactivity of your presentations.
Ultra-Short Focal Distance & User-friendly Functionality
Large Screen Projection in Limited Space!
  • Project a 60-inch large-screen image from only 26cm away!
    Mirror projection technology with its ultra-short focal distance enables easy set-up in very restricted space. From making pitches in meeting cubicles to projecting on a partition, our new lineup of projectors represents not only powerful presentation technology but also new communication tools that open new possibilities such as projection in narrow show windows.
  • 32dB operating level and energy-saving, long-life lamp in Eco Mode.
Increased Brightness and Improved Set-up Functionality
  • Bright Vivid Image Projection - High brightness of 3,500 Output Lumens (2,000 ANSI Lumens)
  • High 3,500:1 Contrast for Real Expression of Subtle Colours and Shades
    World's highest contrast ratio* in the 2,000 ANSI Lumen class. *Based on NEC research as of January 2005
  • Wall Colour Correction - Accurate colour projection against walls and other surfaces that are not true white
  • On-screen Display of Setup Conditions and Inclination
About the Screen
  • The recommended projection size is a 60-inch screen. (40-inch to 100-inch projection possible)
  • The recommended screen gain for the surface of a wide-aspect type is about 1.0 (white matte type), and the screen should be a flat panel type.
  • Roll-type screens and large screens with uneven or dimpled surfaces are not recommended.
  • Because of susceptibility to uneven brightness and hot spotting, rear-screen projection is not recommended.
  • For more information about optimum screen usage, please click here.
*What are Output Lumens?
Because of the steep projection angle of the WT610/WT615, when the brightness is measured in accordance with JIS standards* that call for the metering device to placed parallel to the screen, the total light is not collected, resulting in a value significantly lower than the actual brightness. In order to indicate the actual brightness output by this projection method, NEC Display Solutions shows the values in both ANSI Lumens and in Output Lumens which are measured by placing the metering device perpendicular to the light axis.
*Measurement method and conditions are described in JIS X6911:2003 Appendix 2, Paragraph 2.1.6.
The Mirror Projection Method
This innovative projection method is realized by using only 4 aspheric mirrors (1~4) that function as the lens of a conventional lens-projection-type projector. With each stage of reflection of the light rays off the mirrors, the projected image is enlarged.
High-Speed Wireless LAN (option)
Boasting about triple the speed of the previous generation of Wireless LAN* and ready for a variety of scenes, the improved Wireless LAN provides an easy and quick link between PCs of participants and the projection screen.
*Comparison with WT600.
  • Reception of Projected Images by Audience PCs
    Participants in a presentation not only can receive and display the projected images on their own laptops but also have the convenience of making notations on the received screen images.
  • One-Touch Source Switch
    No complex settings. Just one touch of a button and you can fluidly switch input between multiple PCs on the Wireless network.
  • Easy "Public" File Downloading for Paperless Convenience
    The presenter can release reference files by using the "Public File" function, enabling audience members to download them directly to their laptops and refer to them during the presentation.No need to prepare lots of printouts. Just paperless economy and convenience!
  • Training Mode for Projection of Audience Screens
    Perfect for use in the classroom, this function gives teachers the freedom to project the screen of a student.
  • USB Mouse Remote Control of the PC
    When the screen of a PC linked by Wireless LAN is projected, the USB mouse connected to the projector can be used to control the PC, enabling easy switching of screens. (In the case of the WT615, operation with the special electronic pen is also possible.)
Optional Wireless LAN Card (IEEE802.11b/g compliant card)
Wireless LAN requires installation of the Wireless LAN card (NWL-100E/NWL-100A) and utility software that both come with projector. In the case of IEEE802.11b/g-compliant Wireless LAN, radio waves are used for the exchange of data betweenWireless access points and PCs. Accordingly, LAN connections can be maintained as far as the radio signal can reach. On the other hand, because the range of radio signals is not restricted by obstructions such as walls, it is important to activate the security settings.
*In the case of the Apple Macintosh personal computer, only the HTTP server and mail notification functions can be used in a LAN environment. For more information, please click here.
Easy Electronic Board (WT615 only)
White boards, walls and other impromptu projection surfaces are instantly transformed into an electronic board. Using the special electronic pen, the presenter can "write" notes, "highlight" points, and "draw" right on the projected image.
  • Detection of electronic pen movement by a built-in sensor
    The sensor built into the rear panel of the WT615 detects movement of the electronic pen. Select line thickness and colour, draw squares, and even erase! Up to 4 pages of drawn text and picture data can be saved.

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  • No installation of special drivers necessary
    The easy-to-use electronic board functions are ready to enhance your presentation communication right out of the box.
  • Use the electronic pen in place of the mouse
    You can remotely control PCs linked to the projector via the Wireless LAN with not only the projector's USB mouse but also with the electronic pen. With the pen or the mouse, moving to the next slide or changing projected images is easy.
  • Save projected images with overlaid "drawn" data
    Images thrown by the projector and picture data drawn with the special electronic pen can be saved in a flash memory card set in the projector or an attached USB storage device.
  • Use it as an electronic board
    Without projecting an image, just set the projector to throw a blank screen of white or any desired colour, and use it as an electronic board. The "drawn" data can be saved to a memory card.
Model name WT610 / WT615
DMD Panel*1 1chip DMD (0.7") reflection, 1,024x768
Lamp (Lamp Eco Mode) 275W DC /(210W)
Lamp Life*2 (Lamp Eco Mode) 2,000H / (4,000H)
Image Size 40 inch to 100 inch ( 40- to 80-inch image when used with the Electronic Pen)
Projection Distance 64mm to 659mm
Light Output 2,000 ANSI Lumens (Normal Mode) / 1,500 ANSI Lumens (Eco Mode)
3,500 Output Lumens (Normal Mode) / 2,500 Output Lumens (Eco Mode)
Contrast Ratio 3,500 : 1
Optical Unit Aspherical mirror x 4, Time multiplex colour wheel method
Colour Reproduction Full colour, 16,7 million colours simultaneously
Maximum Resolution UXGA (1,600 x 1,200) with Advanced AccuBlend
Synchronization Range Horizontal 15kHz to 100kHz (RGB : 24kHz or over)
Vertical 48Hz to 120Hz
Input Terminals 1DVI-I DVI-I 29pin RGBHV (Digital) T.M.D.S Specifications
HDCP Specification*3
H/V Sync 4.0Vp-p/TTL Polarity
Composite Sync 4.0Vp-p/TTL Level
Sync on G 0.3Vp-p/75Ω Negative Polarity
Stereo Mini Jack Stereo L/R 0.5Vrms/22kΩ or over
1 Computer Input D-Sub Mini 15pin RGBHV(Analogue) VGA, SVGA, XGA, SXGA, UXGA
RGB 0.7Vp-p/75Ω
H/V Sync 4.0Vp-p/TTL Polarity
Composite Sync 4.0Vp-p/TTL Level
Sync on G 0.3Vp-p/75Ω Negative Polarity
Stereo Mini Jack Stereo L/R 0.5Vrms/22kΩ or over
2 Component Input(Sharing with DVI-I analogue & computer input) DVI-I 29pin D-Sub Mini 15pin Y 1.0p-p/75Ω (with Sync)
Cb·Cr(Pb·Pr) 0.7Vp-p/75Ω
1125i(1080i), 750p(720p), 525p(480p), 525i(480i)/60Hz
1080i/50Hz, Progressive PAL-scan/50Hz
DVD Component Video Signal
Audio input terminal is sharing with computer & DVI-I analogue input.
Specifications same as Computer & DVI-I analogue.
1 Video Input RCA pin Composite Video NTSC/NTSC 4.43/PAL/PAL-N/PAL-M/PAL-60/SECAM
2 RCA pin Stereo L (MONO)/R 0.5Vrms/22kΩ or over
1 S-Video Input Mini DIN-4pin Y 1.0Vp-p/75Ω
C 0.286Vp-p/75Ω
Audio input terminal is sharing with video input. Same as Video Specifications
Output Terminals 1 MONITOR Output D-Sub Mini 15pin Selected Computer Signal or Component Signal Output
Stereo Mini Jack 1 AUDIO Output Stereo L/R Variable: Selected Audio Signal Output
Control Terminals 2USB Port A Type : USB mouse and USB Memory Device B Type : Remote mouse output for PC
Remote Control Input Stereo Mini Jack External Control
PC Control Mini DIN-8pin RS-232C
PC-Card Slots PCMCIA Type II,CardBus Specifications for Wireless LAN By optional wireless LAN card "NWL-100E/A(IEEE802.11b/g standard)"
for Wired LAN 100BASE-TX/10BASE-T standard card
for Viewer PC Memory
Built-in Speaker 1W + 1W (Stereo)
Keystone Correction H max± 5 degrees : V max 0 ~ -5 degrees
Environment Operational Temperatures 5° to 35° C (When using the Electronic Pen: 15° to 35 °), 20 to 80% Humidity (Non-Condensing)
Storage Temperatures -10° to 50° C, 20 to 80% Humidity (Non-Condensing)
Power Requirement 100 to 240V AC, 50Hz / 60Hz
Power Consumption (Lamp Eco Mode) 370W / (300W) 12W Normal Standby / 0.6W Power-saving Standby
Input Current 3.9A 100V AC/1.7A 240V AC
Operating Level in Lamp Eco Mode 32dB
Regulations UL/C_UL Approved (UL60950, CSA60950)
Meets DOC Canada Class B requirements
Meets FCC Class B requirements
Meets AS/NZS CISPR.22 Class B
Meets EMC Directive (EN55022, EN55024, EN61000-3-2, EN61000-3-3 )
Meets Low Voltage Directive (EN60950, TUV GS approved)
Dimensions (W x H x D) With the mirror cover open: 380mm x 318mm x 313mm (not including protrusions)
With the mirror cover closed: 380mm x 227mm x 296mm (not including protrusions)
Net Weight 6.4kg
*1 : Effective pixels are more than 99.99%.
*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.
*3 : There may be cases in which content protected with HDCP will not be displayed due to decisions or the intention of the HDCP community. (Digital Content Protection, LLC).
All specifications are subject to change without notice.
Side Terminal Board
Model Name Product Name Description
WT60CM Ceiling Mount Kit Equipped with an adjuster for minor adjustment of angle
WT61LP Lamp Replacement Lamp for WT610/WT615
NWL-100A Wireless LAN Card
(For details, please refer to this.)
For North America & Mexico
NWL-100E For Europe, Asia, Australia & New Zealand
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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