EH606ST Short Throw Projector

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Key Features & Specifications Optoma EH606ST WUXGA Short Throw laser Projector

This is a mid-range short throw projector bridging the gap between desktop and full professional units. Designed for demanding professional installations, the high-specification EH606ST Full HD short throw projector boasts a brightness of 5000 lumens and is connection ready with two HDMI inputs, MHL compatibility, DisplayPort and multiple analogue and audio connections. Equipped with four corner geometric correction and an impressive lens shift, the flexibility of the EH606ST ensures the image is exactly where it is meant to be, even on uneven walls and when projector placement is awkward.

Technical Data

Display technology: DLP
Resolution: WUXGA (1920x1200)
Brightness: 6,300 lumens
Contrast ratio: 300,000:1
Native aspect ratio: 16:10
Keystone correction - horizontal: +/-30°
Keystone correction - vertical: +/-30°
Has vertical auto keystone correction: Yes
Displayable colours (millions): 1073.4
Horizontal scan rate: 15.375 ~ 91.146Khz
Vertical scan rate: 24 ~ 85 Hz
Uniformity: 80%
Laser light source life: 30000 hours Throw ratio: 0.79:1
Zoom type: Fixed
Focal length (mm): 11.66
Lens shift: Vertical 100 - 120%
Connections : 1 x HDMI 1.4a 3D support, 1 x HDMI 1.4a 3D support + MHL, 2 x VGA, 1 x Composite video, 1 x Mic 3.5mm, 1 x Audio 3.5mm, 1 x HDBaseT, 1 x S-Video,
Outputs: 1 x VGA, 1 x USB-A power 1.5A, 1 x Audio 3.5mm
Control: 1 x RS232, 1 x 12V trigger, 1 x RJ45

Hire Rates

Optoma ZH606ST - Short Throw Projector

A WUXGA resolution 6300 lumens laser projector with a fixed 0.8 : 1 lens throw ratio.
Day: £175.00
Week: £525.00

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