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Optoma PRO150S SVGA Portable Projector with 2800 ANSI Lumens, Native SVGA (800x600) Resolution - Refurbished

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About Optoma PRO150S

Small, sleek and stylish, the Optoma PRO150S is perfect for business and classroom applications. Featuring 2800 ANSI lumens and a high contrast ratio of 3000:1, the PRO150S will capture your audience's imagination. With lamp life of up to 4000 hours, filter-free design and low standby power consumption, the PRO150S will provide lower cost of ownership while delivering a perfect, colorful, crisp image.

Optoma PRO150S Features

  • Native SVGA DLP by Texas Instruments with BrilliantColor Technology
  • Bright images and high contrast ratio: 2800 ANSI lumens and 3000:1 contrast ratio (full on/full off)
  • Rapid on/off feature: Won't keep your audience waiting
  • Protect your investment: Control panel lock and password protection allow you to customize security settings
  • Filter-free design means low cost of ownership
  • Wide range of connectivity options: VGA-in, VGA-out, s-video, composite video, audio-in, audio-out and RS-232

Optoma PRO150S Specifications

Display Type
Single 0.55" DMD DLP Technology by Texas Instruments
Resolution
Native SVGA (800 x 600)
Maximum Resolution
HD (1920 x 1080)
Brightness (Typical)
2800 ANSI Lumens
Contrast Ratio
3000:1 (Full On/Full Off)
Lamp Life and Type
Estimated at 4000/3000 Hours (STD/Bright)
185W UHP
Throw Ratio
1.95 to 2.15:1 (Distance/Width)
Projection Distance
3.28' to 32.8' (1.0 to 10m)
Image Size (Diagonal)
22.9" to 300" (0.58 to 7.62m)
Aspect Ratio
4:3 Native, 16:9 and 16:10 Compatible
Remote Control
IR Remote
Audio
2-Watt Speaker
Displayable Colors
1.07 Billion
Uniformity
85%
Offset
115%
Computer Compatibility
HD, UXGA, WXGA, SXGA+, SXGA, XGA, SVGA, VGA Resized, VESA, PC and Macintosh Compatible
Video Compatibility
NTSC, PAL, SECAM, SDTV (480i), EDTV (480p), HDTV (720p, 1080i/p)
Projection Lens
F= 2.41-2.55, f= 21.8-23.98mm, 1.1x Manual Zoom and Focus
Monitor Loop Through
D-Sub 15 pin VGA Output (Functional in Both Normal and Standby Modes)
User Controls
Complete On-Screen Menu Adjustments in 23 Languages
I/O Connectors
VGA-In, VGA-Out, S-Video, Composite Video, Stereo Audio-In, Stereo Audio-Out, RS-232
Security
Kensington Lock Port, Security Bar and Keypad Lock
Projection Method
Front, Rear, Ceiling Mount, Table Top
Noise Level (STD/Bright)
28dB/30dB
Keystone Correction
±40° Vertical
Horizontal Scan Rate
15.3 - 91.1 KHz
Vertical Refresh Rate
24 - 85 Hz
Operating Temperature
41 to 104°F (5 to 40°C), 85% Max Humidity
Power Supply
AC Input 100-240V, 50-60Hz, Auto-Switching
Power Consumption
255 Watts (Bright), 230 Watts (STD), <1 Watt (Standby)
Dimensions (W x H x D)
11.28" x 3.98" x 7.6" (287 x 101 x 193 mm)
Weight
5 lbs (2.27kg)
Warranty
Optoma 1 year limited parts and labor on projector & 90 days on lamp warranty

Optoma PRO150S Reviews

Reviewed by 1 customers

 
5.0

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from Winnemucca, NV  -  Technically Challenged

I got this projector to do photography workshops with. So far I've used it with a PC and watched a movie hooked up to the DVD player. It searched for and found the media attached to it automatically. I found the controls simple to figure out. I haven't gotten the cables to hook it up to the Mac yet. It came with a service slip for a repair to fix the problem of it shutting down after a half hour. It made it through a movie, so it appers that the problem is solved.

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Gospel T  Is a lamp in it when you buy it or do you have to buy one?
MARY D  Gospel: There was a lamp in my projector. It was ready to use when it arrived.
Alexa S  I'm interested in this product, but it appears that the lamp life is predicted to be much shorter than I expected. Does this mean that the lamp was not replaced in the refurbishment, and I'll be changing it after on 20 some movies?
MARY D  I am not using the projector for movies. I teach financial education classes in PowerPoint. Thus far, it appears to fine.
Shopper  How heavy is it?
RUDOLPH D  Hi Shopper, The portable projector is really cool. It is quite comfortable to carry around; certainly not heavy,
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