DLP (Digital Light Processing) DLP projectors provide excellent brightness / compactness. DLP technology uses an all-digital chip to project and display images. Invented by Texas Instruments, DLP technology is based on an optical semiconductor called the DMD (Digital MicroMirror Device) chip.
ANSI lumens (American National Standard Institute) ANSI measure considers a white picture projected on the entire surface of a screen of 102cm diagonal. This surface is sub-divided into 9 zones which is measured in lux brightness at the centre. ANSI lumens are the result of an average of 9 measurements.
Throw ratio Throw ratio refers to the ratio of “the distance to the screen” to “the screen width”. A shorter throw ratio corresponds to a shorter throwing distance from projector to the screen.
Zoom ratio Zoom ratio is the ratio of the shortest and longest ranges of a zoom lens. The bigger zoom ratio can give you better installation flexibility with larger range of throw distances.
Lens shift The lens shift control provides flexibility for installing your projector. It allows the projector to be positioned off the centre of the screen. The lens shift is expressed as a percentage of the projected image height or width. It is measured as an offset from the projected image’s vertical or horizontal centre.
Brilliant colour Brilliant Colour offers up to 6-color processing to boost secondary colours and deliver reliable and precise colour for long lasting period.
SmartEco Offering lower TCO and optimized projection through dynamic power saving, uncompromised brightness, exquisite picture quality and optimized lamp life.
Interchangeable Colour wheel An additional 6-segment colour wheel is included as a standard accessory, which allow user to full fill different occasions and requirement by changing the two colour wheels.
Interchangeable Lens (group1) Optimizing projector performance for all venues and applications, seven types of optical lenses comprising short-throw to long-throw are available. The lenses attach and detach with one-touch ease, motorized adjustment for focus/zoom/lens shift.
Interchangeable Lens (group2) Optimizing projector performance for all venues and applications, five types of optical lenses comprising short-throw to long-throw are available. The lenses attach and detach with one-touch ease, manual adjustment for focus/zoom/lens shift.
Quick-Release Button for Lens Swaps The hot-swappable lens unlocks instantly with the quick-release button for lens changes.
360° Tilt Projection The projector can be tilted vertically at any angle, allowing projection onto ceilings, walls, floors, or angled signage.
Lens memory Equipped with 10 customizable memory settings for image size, position, and focus, the projector detects and optimizes source material with various aspect ratios onto the projection area.
Mechanical Shutter The mechanical shutter completely blocks out light to eliminate light leakage for situations that require total darkness, such as during concerts.
User memory setting Allow user to store their customised picture settings in User1 and User2 mode.
Teaching Template The projector provides several preset patterns for various teaching purposes which includes letter formation /Worksheet /Coordinate chart for both whiteboard and blackboard scenario.
Presentation timer Indicate the presentation time on the screen to help you achieve better time management when giving presentations.
Built-in test pattern Built-in test patterns allow easy calibration and installation.
Direct Power On The projector will turn on automatically after the power cord has been connected and power has been applied.
Auto Power Off Allows the projector to turn off automatically if no input signal is detected after a set period of time.
Quick Cooling The projector cooling time will be shortened from 90 seconds to approximately 2 seconds.
Instant restart Enable user to restart the projector immediately within 90 seconds after turning it off.
Blank timer Let projector return to image automatically after a set period of time when there is no action taken on the blank screen.
Sleep timer The projector will be turned off after a set period of time.
Offline cooling An integrated capacitor keeps the cooling system operational in case of power outage, preventing heat damage to the lamps. This smart solution helps eliminate unexpected cost and downtime.
Panel Key lock Disable or enable all panel key functions except “power key” on projector and remote control.
Power on Lock Set a password to prevent unauthorized use, user will need to enter correct password after power on the projector, otherwise the image will not be shown on the screen.
High altitude mode A mode for operation in high altitude areas which includes a special setting for fan.
Freeze Freeze the projected image, the audio can still be heard.
Eco Blank The Eco Blank Mode, which lowers power consumption up to 70%, can be used to blank the projection screen when the projector is not in use, in turn eliminating distractions in class and redirecting students’ focuses back on the teacher.
No source detect mode The automatic switch to Eco Blank Mode after the projector is turned on for over three minutes without a display source, eliminating unnecessary energy waste and prolonging the life of the projector lamp.
Auto Blank The projector is equipped with a sensor to detect any object approaching the projection lens and enters to Blank mode automatically in a short time once the object is within 30 degrees perpendicular to the sensor and 10cm from the sensor. Moving the object away from the effective range will also return the projector to normal image after few seconds.
Quick Auto Source Search Automatically search all available input signals.
VGA Signal Power On The projector will turn on automatically after VGA signal is detected.
HDMI Signal Power On The projector will turn on automatically after HDMI signal is detected.
New 3D Featuring 3D capabilities support HDMI 1.4a mandatory 3D formats, allowing you to enjoy a wide selection of 3D contents from your Blu-ray DVD players, satellite and PS3.
3D colour management Independently fine-tune the hue, gain and saturation leves of each of six primary colours (R/G/B/Y/C/M).
Digital zoom Magnify the projected image digitally and search the details by navigating the picture.
Keystone adjustment The “keystone” is a geometric distortion that occurs when the projector is not in the axis of the screen (too high, too low). The image is distorted. A digital correction (pixel compression) deforms the image in exactly the opposite proportions so as to compensate the geometrical defect of the image.
Auto vertical keystone Auto corrects vertical keystoning of the image.
2D Keystone Corrects vertical and horizontal keystoning of the image.
Corner Fit Manually adjust each corner of an image independently to have correct picture dimensions.
Surface Fit Adjust the sides and corners of the projection to make the image match on curved or spherical surfaces.
USB Display Mirroring display your computer by connecting a USB cable to projector without installing any drivers.
USB Reader To read the file from USB memory devices with GIF, TIFF, PNG and BMP file format supported.
Wall Colour Correction Correct the projected picture’s colour to offset the colour difference of wall background.
PointWrite PointWrite interactive kit is an optional accessory which can enable the interactivity by pen and finger touch.
Office viewer To read the file from USB memory devices with Microsoft office PowerPoint, Excel, Word and PDF file format supported.
PIP (picture in picture) Displaying pictures simultaneously from two input sources on a single screen.
Closed Captioning It is an on-screen display of the dialogue, narration and sound effects of TV programs and videos that are closed captioned.
Variable audio out The volume of external speakers can be controlled by the projector OSD (On-Screen Display) menu. The built-in speaker will be muted automatically when the AUDIO OUT jack is connected.
3D 2D Conversion Convert 2D content into 3D images for 3D effect.
Frame interpolation Enhances picture smoothness and clarity using motion estimation/motion compensation technology.
ISFccc certification It allows user to enjoy a perfectly calibrated picture quality by ISF technician, along with two optimized modes – ISF Day and Night mode.
6X-Speed RGBRGB Colour Wheel A six-segment colour wheel (RGBRGB) with six times the speed is adapted to produce incredibly realistic colour depth and range.
Top-access lamp door It is designed to replace the projector lamp safely and quickly from top of projector when it is ceiling mounted.
Anti-dust filter Serving as additional protection to the sealed DLP engine, two advanced filters ensure maximum performance even when the projector must be installed during dusty construction periods. The pleated, highly-protective filters can be easily cleaned or replaced from the front or right side of the projector, even if it is ceiling-mounted.
Security Bar Allow user to insert the security cable or wire commercially available into the opening to prevent the unauthorized removal of the projector.
LAN Control Web browser on a computer connected through a wired LAN system lets you remotely operate projectors and check their status.
AMX Device Discovery Compatible with AMX Device Discovery protocol.
Crestron eControl Compatible with Crestron eControl protocol.
Crestron Fusion RV(RoomView) compatible Compatible with Crestron RoomView software.
PJ Link compatible Compatible with PJ Link protocol.
Remote Desktop Allows teacher to remotely operate your PC via the network when connect a USB mouse and keyboard to the projector.
LAN Display Display PC content over LAN (RJ45) cable through various display options, it can support to display from 1 PC to 8 projectors simultaneously.
Wireless Display (AP mode) Display content over wireless LAN by various devices (PC, mobile device) by using Qpresenter PC software or Qpresenter APP, it can support to display from 1 PC to 8 projectors simultaneously. Under AP mode, projector is able to operate as a wireless LAN access point which is a peer to peer connection, no internet access under this mode.
Wireless Display (Infrastructure mode) Display content over wireless LAN by various devices (PC, mobile device) by using Qpresenter PC software or Qpresenter APP, it can support to display from 1 PC to 8 projectors simultaneously. Under Infrastructure mode, projector is connected to the local area network wirelessly and ready to be accessed by any computer on the same local area network, you can keep internet access in this mode.
4 to 1 Display Under LAN or wireless display settings, it can support up to 4 PC display content to 1 projector simultaneously.
NFC Wireless Display Tap NFC wireless dongle with your NFC-enabled smart device to begin presenting. For ceiling-mounted projectors, you can tap the NFC card or sticker instead. The wireless functionality is same as other BenQ Wireless display.
Quick wireless connection USB No software installation or information registration required, launch the QPresenter software stored in the Quick USB to set up and begin your business presentation (for PC only).
MHL connectivity With MHL, you can present your contents instantly using your Android smart device. Turn small screen into big screen by mirroring documents, photos, videos and any other content in your smart device onto the projection screen. You can choose optional BenQ QCast dongle to offer you better functionality and multiple smart device platforms compatiblity.