Sanyo PLC-XF47 Projector

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Sanyo PLC-XF47 15,000 Lumens  LCD Projector WORLDS FIRST 15,000 LUMENS LCD PROJECTOR!
Utilizing four high-output 300-watt UHP lamps as its light source, the PLC-XF46N delivers an amazing 12,000 ANSI lumens of brightness. Stacking two projectors in the twin-stack configuration can achieve up to 24,000 ANSI lumens of brightness.

PLC-XF47 contains a new liquid crystal panel with high contrast optical system that achieves a contrast ratio as large as 2000:1, exhibiting natural and smooth gradation.


By optimizing the dynamic range of luminance signals and reflecting the gamma settings and offsets, the PLC-XF46N displays the most genuine contrast and sharpness of images according their characteristics. Remarkable depth and outstanding picture quality are results of auto picture control.

Images so crisp and smooth that are only made possible by a seamless edge enhancement technique. Enhancing image outlines while minimizing granular noise emphasis, the PLCXF46N generates sharp and realistic images.

An optional PJ-Net Organizer network board allows for simple control and management of projectors via a CAT5 network connection. The administrator can use a network management software called PJ Master (optional accessory), and be able to centrally control all PJ-Net Organizer-mounted projectors within the network.

A newly developed liquid crystal panel with an optical compensator that creates linear polarization, together with improved optical block cooling system, gives the PLC-XF46N the capability of being operated on a 24/7* basis.

* In order to maintain a stable lamp condition, at least one hour of rest for the projector is required in each 24-hour period.

* For appropriate care and use of the projector, regular cleaning of air filters is necessary. Cleaning is recommended once a week. However, the frequency on which cleaning is required depends upon the installation or operation environments.

Resolution XGA (1024 x 768)
Brightness 15,000 ANSI Lumens (4-lamp mode) / 7,500 ANSI Lumens (2-lamp mode)
Uniformity 90% (corner to corner)
LCD Panel System 1.8" TFT polysilicon type x 3
Number of Pixels 2,359,296 (786,432 x 3)
Contrast Ratio 2000:1 (full on/off)
Projection Lens Lens Sold Separately
Image Size Dependent on Lens
Aspect Ratio 4:3
Throw Distance Dependent on Lens
Zoom/Focus Dependent on Lens
Throw Ratio Dependent on Lens
Zoom Ratio Dependent on Lens
Power Lens Shift Up/Down Ratio 10:0 - 0:10 or 8:1 - 1:8
Left/Right Ratio 3:2 - 2:3 or 1:1 (Dependent on Lens)
Digital Keystone Correction +/- 30° (Vertical)
Projection Lamp 330W NSHA x 4
Scanning Frequency H Sync: 15-120kHz, V Sync: 50-120Hz
Dot Clock 230MHz
Computer Compatibility UXGA, SXGA+, SXGA, WXGA, XGA, SVGA, VGA, MAC
Voltage 120V AC 16A Max, 50//60 Hz (auto sense/select)
BTU Rating 5797
dB Rating 51.0
Power Consumption 1700W
Dimensions (WxHxD) 22.9" x 9.9" x 30.8" (not including Adjustable Feet)
Net Weight 80.5 lbs.
User Maintenance Clean air filters, replace lamp assembly

Input Panels

POA-MD18DVI - Digital Visual Interface (DVI-I w/HDCP) * Left & Right
Audio (RCA x 2) * Control (Min DIN 8-pin)
POA-MD16VD1 - RGB & Component (5-BNC) * Left & Right Audio (RCA x 2) * Control (Min DIN 8-pin)
POA-MD03VD2A - Composite & Y/C (2-BNC) * S-Video (Mini DIN 4-pin)
* Left & Right Audio (RCA x 2)
POA-MD04VGA - VGA (D-Sub 15) * Left & Right Audio (RCA x 2) * Control (Min DIN 8-pin)

Fixed Input/Output Panel Serial in & Serial out (D-Sub 9 x 2) * Audio out (RCA x 2) * USB (type B) * Wired RC jack (Stereo mini)

Click here to view the Sanyo PLC-XF47 Projector brochure

Hire Rates

Sanyo PLC-XF47 High Brightness Data Projector

Sanyo XGA data & video projector with 15,000 lumens and 2000:1 contrast ratio. There are a huge variety of interchangeable lenses which are priced separately, call for details.
Day: £750.00
Week: £2,100.00

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