Dual lamp system in the high brightness projector
demonstrates high reliability and superior installation flexibility.
Functions and Features
Dual lamp system provides high brightness of 6200 ANSI lumens.
Continuous use is also possible when using a single lamp mode.
By employing a dual lamp system, high brightness of 6200 ANSI lumens has been achieved *¹. This is sufficient when high brightness is required in large venues. Furthermore, in the Single lamp mode, since the projector can be operated continuously by using the automatic lamp switching function, it is suitable for monitoring purposes. Lamp Eco mode is available in both the dual lamp and single lamp modes for extending the service life of the lamp *². The lamp service life has been extended to 3000 hours from 2500 hours in the NP4000/NP4001, so that it is possible to continuously operate the projector for more hours.*1: For the NP4100. The brightness of the NP4100W is 5500 lumens.
*2: When the lamp mode is set to ECO mode, the brightness will be reduced to about 80%.
*3: The illustration is an image of the dual lamp system, which may differ from the actual product.
Ecological operation with power consumption of 1 W in standby mode
If the standby mode is set to Power Saving while the projector is in the standby state, the power consumption in standby mode becomes 1 W (5 W in the NP4000/NP4001). Since the projector can stay in the standby state with little power consumption, it is still possible to ecologically operate the projector when mounted on the ceiling even if it is difficult to turn off the main power.* The projector in power saving mode can be started with the power button on the projector, the wireless remote controller, or GPIO (an external controller) only.
WXGA chip for wide-format images (NP4100W)
Since the NP4100W has a WXGA (1280 X 800) panel with an aspect ratio of 16:10, it is capable of handling WXGA resolution and wide video images such as DVDs.* The existing NP4001 has a WXGA (1280 X 768) panel with an aspect ratio of 15:9.
Tilt Free expansion possibility for installation environments
Tilt Free makes it possible to install the projector inclined up to 90 degrees in the vertical direction. With this function it is possible to install the projector with an acute angle or mirror reflection for use in a broader range of installation environments such as a display in a commercial facility or special event.
Supporting the optional remote controller NP02RC to which the control ID can be registered
When multiple projectors are used simultaneously, the
same quantity of remote controllers may be required.
On the other hand, NP02RC can manipulate multiple
NP4100/NP4100W projectors independently by setting
separate ID numbers.
It is also possible to control the multiple projectors collectively by setting the same ID number.
The power can be controlled intensively with Auto Start and Direct Power Off
The NP4100/NP4100W start projecting images automatically when AC power is supplied and you can turn off the power source with a switch or a circuit breaker while projecting images or running the fan. With these functions, it is possible to completely control the power supply to the projector with the power distribution board.
A contrast ratio of 2100:1 is achieved using DynamicBlack™ and the DLP technology
With the introduction of DynamicBlack™ the projector delivers high contrast ratio of 2100:1 for superior image display capability, particularly to express the vivid details in dark images.* DynamicBlack™ works only in Dual Lamp Mode.
Two types of Replaceable Colour Wheel and BrilliantColor project vivid images
The NP4100/NP4100W have a six-segment colour wheel, in addition to the standard four-segment colour wheel - and the colour wheels can be changed by the customer. The BrilliantColor results in superior reproducibility of neutral tints for vivid images of natural scenery.* The brightness when using the six-segment colour wheel is about 71% of the brightness when using the four-segment colour wheel.
High connectivity supporting several different image sources
Units are equipped with DVI-D, component,
and RGB input/output terminals.
Integrated 3W+3W stereo speakers make it possible to output sound together with images.
Five types of lenses selectable for the installation environment
Five different lenses are available to support a variety of uses. The projector supports screens from 40 to 500 inches; select the optimum lens depending on the specific installation environment, such as conference rooms, halls, and exhibitions. For a 100-inch screen, projection is possible at a distance 1.6 m (short fixed focus lens) or between 2.7 m to 17.1 m for the NP4100, while projection is possible at a distance 1.7 m (short fixed focus lens) or between 2.9 m to 18.4 m for the NP4100W. Lenses are easily replaced by the customer and do not require special tools.* Note: Lenses are not attached to the NP4100/NP4100W.
|Throw Ratio *¹||0.77 : 1||1.33 - 1.79 : 1||1.78 - 2.35 : 1||2.22 - 4.43 : 1||4.43 - 8.3 : 1|
|Screen Size||50 - 200||40 - 500||40 - 500||40 - 500||40 - 500|
|Lens Shift||Vertica||0||Max +0.5V||Max +0.5V||Max +0.5V||Max +0.5V|
|Horizontal||0||Max ±0.1H||Max ±0.1H||Max ±0.1H||Max ±0.1H|
*2 : This is the brightness when the four-segment colour wheel is installed on the projector and the lamp mode is set to Normal mode. In Eco mode, the brightness will be about 80% of normal mode.
Projection range of lens (image projected on a 100-inch screen)
Powered lens shift mechanism for simple adjustment of projected images on screen and Keystone correction
With the powered lens shift mechanism, the position of projected images on screen can be adjusted in both the vertical and horizontal directions without moving the projector. Furthermore, Keystone correction corrects distortions in the vertical and horizontal directions up to a maximum +/- 35 degrees in the horizontal direction and a maximum +/- 40 degrees in the vertical direction. Adjustment of lens zoom and focus, as well as Lens shift and Keystone correction, can be operated for the projector installed on the ceiling with the remote control.
|DLP Chip||0.7 inch Single DLP chip (Aspect Ratio 4:3)||0.65 inch Single DLP chip (Aspect Ratio 16:10)|
|Resolution *1||1024 x 768 pixels||1280 x 800 pixels|
|Lens *2||Powered Zoom / Focus||NP06FL||Power focus, throw ratio 0.77:1, F2.0, f=11.4mm|
|NP07ZL||Power zoom and focus, throw ratio 1.33–1.79:1, F1.8–2.3, f=19.3–25.8mm|
|NP08ZL||Power zoom and focus, throw ratio 1.78–2.35:1, F1.7–1.9, f=26–34mm|
|NP09ZL||Power zoom and focus, throw ratio 2.22–4.43:1, F2.1–2.9, f=32–63mm|
|NP10ZL||Power zoom and focus, throw ratio 4.43–8.3:1, F2.2–3.1, f=63.5–117.4mm|
|Powered Shift *3
(NP07ZL, NP08ZL, NP09ZL, NP10ZL)
|Horizontal : max±0.1H / Vertical : max+0.5V|
|Light Output *4 *5||Normal Mode
(with 4–Segment colour wheel *6, NP08ZL)
|6200 ANSI lumens
3100 ANSI lumens
|5500 ANSI lumens
2700 ANSI lumens
|Eco Mode||Approx.80% of Normal|
|Contrast Ratio (White / Black)||1000 : 1 / 2100 : 1with DynamicBlack *7|
|Quietness||Nomal Mode||38dB (Dual Lamp) / 34dB (Single Lamp)|
|Eco Mode||34dB (Dual Lamp) / 31dB (Single Lamp)|
|Lamp (Eco Mode)||280W (230W) AC|
|Lamp Life *8 (Eco Mode)||2000H (3000H)|
|Image Size (Diagonal)||NP06FL||50 to 200 inch (1.27 to 5.08m)|
|NP07ZL, NP08ZL, NP09ZL, NP10ZL||40 to 500 inch (1.02 to 12.7m)|
|Projection Distance||NP06FL||0.78m to 3.24m||0.84m to 3.48m|
|NP07ZL, NP08ZL, NP09ZL, NP10ZL||1.06m (NP07ZL / Wide) to 86.36m (NP10ZL / Tele)||1.14m (NP07ZL / Wide) to 92.52m (NP10ZL / Tele)|
|Projection Angle||8.9 degree to 12.1 degree with NP08ZL||7.3 degree to 10.0 degree with NP08ZL|
|Colour Reproduction||Full Colour, 16.7 Million Colours Simultaneously|
|Maximum Resolution||Analog||UXGA(1600 x 1200) @60Hz|
|Digital||SXGA+(1400 x 1050) @60Hz||WXGA+(1440 x 900) @75Hz|
|Keystone Correction||Horizontal||Manual Approx. ±Max 35 degrees (Less than XGA resolution, aspect 4:3)||Manual Approx. ±Max 35 degrees (Less than WXGA resolution, aspect 16:10)|
|Vertical||Manual Approx. ±Max40 degrees (Less than XGA resolution, aspect 4:3)||Manual Approx. ±Max40 degrees (Less than WXGA resolution, aspect 16:10)|
|Synchronization Range||Horizontal||15kHz, 31kHz to 90kHz (RGB : 31kHz or over)|
|Vertical||50 Hz to 85 Hz|
|Input Terminals||3 Computer Input||1 D-Sub Mini 15pin (Computer 1 IN)
1 BNC x 5 (Computer 2 IN)
|Compatible signals *9||VGA, SVGA, XGA, WXGA, WXGA+, SXGA, SXGA+, UXGA|
|RGB (Analog) *9||0.7 Vp - p / 75 Ω|
|H / V Sync *9||TTL Level|
|Composite Sync *9||TTL Level|
|Sync on G *9||1.0 Vp - p / 75 Ω (with Sync)Negative Polarity|
|2 Stereo Mini Jack||Stereo L / R||0.5 Vrms / 22 kΩ or over|
|1 DVI-D (Computer 3 IN)||RGB (Digital)||T.M.D.S. Specification, with H.D.C.P. *10 , Max Resolution : SXGA+/60Hz|
|1 Stereo Mini Jack||Stereo L/R||0.5 Vrms / 22 kΩ or over|
|3 Component Input||1 RCA pin x 3
1 D-Sub Mini 15pin (Sharing with Computer 1 IN)
1 BNC x 5
(Sharing with Computer 2 IN)
|Y||1.0Vp–p / 75Ω (with Sync)|
|Cb • Cr (Pb • Pr)||0.7 Vp - p / 75 Ω|
|Compatible signals||480i, 480p, 720p, 1080i, 1080p @60Hz /
576i, 576p, 720p, 1080i, 1080p @50Hz
|DVD Progressive Signals (50 / 60 Hz)|
|2 RCA pin||Stereo L (MONO)/ R||0.5 Vrms (Typical) / 47 kΩ|
|Audio Input is Sharing with Computer 2||Same With Computer|
|1 Video Input||1 RCA pin||Composite Video||NTSC / NTSC4.43 / PAL / PAL - N / PAL - M / PAL - 60 / SECAM|
|1.0 Vp - p / 75 Ω|
|2 RCA pin||Stereo L(MONO) / R||0.5 Vrms (Typical) / 47 kΩ|
|1 S-Video Input||1 Mini DIN-4pin||Y||0.714 Vp - p / 75 Ω|
|C||0.286 Vp - p / 75 Ω|
|Audio Input is Sharing with Video||Same with Video|
|Output Terminals||1 RGB Output||1 D-Sub Mini 15pin||Selected Computer 1,Computer2 or Component Signal Input|
|1 Audio Output||1 Stereo Mini Jack||Stereo L / R||Variable Output Level|
|Selected Audio Signal input from Computer1, Computer2, Computer3 (DVI–D), Component, Video or S–Video|
|1 Screen Trigger||1 Stereo Mini Jack||12 V DC 200 mA|
|Control Terminals||LAN Port||1 RJ - 45||100 BASE - TX / 10 BASE - T|
|USB Port||1 Type B||for Service|
|REMOTE 1||1 D-Sub Mini 15 pin||for External Control Device|
|REMOTE 2||1 Stereo Mini Jack||Wired Remote Control|
|PC Control||1 D-sub 9pin||RS - 232C|
|Built-In Speaker||3 W + 3 W Stereo|
|Environment||Operational Temperatures||5°C to 40°C, 20 to 80 % Humidity (Non - Condensing)|
|Storage Temperatures||-10°C to 50°C, 20 to 80 % Humidity (Non - Condensing)|
|Power Requirement||100 to 240 V AC, 50 Hz / 60 Hz|
|Input Current||7.5A (Dual Lamp Normal Mode, 100V)|
|Power Consumption||Normal Mode||710W (Dual Lamp)/ 375W (Single Lamp) (100V)|
|Eco Mode||580W (Dual Lamp)/ 315W (Single Lamp) (100V)|
|Standby Mode||30W (Normal Mode) / 1W (Power Saving)|
|China||GB4943, GB9254, GB17625.1|
|EMC||Oceania||AS/NZS CISPR.22 Class B|
|Asia||CISPR.22 Class B|
|Korea||EK (K00022 Class B, K00024, K61000–3–2, K61000–3–3)|
|Dimensions (W x H x D)||505mm x 197mm x 385mm (Not Including Protrusions)|
|Net Weight||17.5kg (Not Including Lens)|
|*1 :||Effective pixels are more than 99.99%.|
|*2 :||Lenses are not attached to the NP4100 and NP4100W.|
|*3 :||The Lens Shift function is not available for the NP06FL.
When the Lens Shift is set as 0%(H) / Vertical Offset=50%, Throw Ratio=1.78
|*4 :||This is the light output value (lumens) when the [Preset] mode is set to [High-Bright].
If any other mode is selected as the [Preset] mode, the light output value may drop slight.
|*5 :||Compliance with ISO21118|
|*6 :|| The brightness when using the 6-segment colour wheel is about 71% of the brightness
when using the 4-segment colour wheel.
|*7 :||DynamicBlack™ technology works only in 2-Lamp Mode.|
|*8 :|| Lamp life is defined as the average time span
for the brightness of the lamp to be reduced by half,
it dose not refer to the warranty period for the lamp.
|*9 :||Under some conditions of input signals, the auto adjustment of video images may not be available,
and manual adjustment may be required. In the case of composite sync signals or sync on G signals,
it may not display properly.
|*10 :|| HDCP is an acronym for High-bandwidth Digital Content Protection.
High bandwidth Digital Content Protection (HDCP) is a system
for preventing illegal copying of video data sent over a Digital Visual Interface (DVI).
If you are unable to view material via the DVI input, this does not necessarily mean the projector is not
functioning properly. With the implementation of HDCP, there may be cases in which certain content is
protected with HDCP and might not be displayed due to the decision/intention of the HDCP community
(Digital Content Protection, LLC).
|All specifications are subject to change without notice.|
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