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Distribution With A Difference D6000 Series


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For maximum versatility when projecting, this series features a centred lens, with motorised focus and zoom, plus horizontal and vertical shift. Seven lens options are available for all models, ensuring the content displayed looks its best at all times.


DU6800 Series


DU6000 Series year warranty


5 5


Model


DU6871 DX6831 DW6851 DU6675 DX6535 DW6035


Type DLP DLP DLP DLP DLP DLP


See below opposite for lens options D7090Z


The quietest laser projector in its calss at 33dB - in full power mode.


Laser Phosphor Technology


5 Model D7090Z DU7090Z Type Laser Phosphor


Brightness 6000


year warranty 1


Resolution WUXGA


D5000 Series


High performance, brightness and image quality, in addition to being feature rich with extensive connectivity options.


3 Model


D5380U-WNL D5190HD-WNL D5010-WNL D5110-WNL


Type DLP DLP DLP DLP


D7090Z/5000 Series Optional Lenses 3797745100-SVK 3797804200-SVK 3797744200-SVK


Short-Throw Fix: WUXGA 0.76:1


Short-Throw Zoom: WUXGA: 0.75-0.93:1 Standard Lens: WUXGA 1.73-2.27:1


3797745200-SVK Wide Zoom: WUXGA 1.25-1.79:1


Brightness 5000 4700 6000 5000


3797745000-SVK 3797745400-SVK 3797744900-SVK 3797807700-SVK


year warranty 1


Resolution WUXGA 1080P XGA


WXGA 1st year exchange Optional lenses below


Lens Ratio N/A N/A N/A N/A


Semi Long Zoom: WUXGA:2.22-3.67:1 Long Zoom1: WUXGA 3.58-5.38:1 Long Zoom2: WUXGA 5.31-8.26:1 Replacement Lamp Module


1st year exchange Optional lenses below


Brightness 7300 8000 7000 6000 6700 6000


year warranty


1 1


Resolution WUXGA XGA


WXGA


WUXGA XGA


WXGA 1st year exchange Optional lenses below


1st year exchange


Optional lenses below


Lens Ratio Body only Body only Body only Body only Body only Body only


Lens Ratio Body only


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