From meeting room to presentations anywhere on the road
The D557W WXGA digital projector with a contrast ratio of 15000:1 and 3,000 ANSI lumens of brightness will light up classrooms, meeting rooms and small boardrooms. Due to the integration of the Texas Instruments DLP BrilliantColor chip technology the D557W shows crystal-clear pictures, with deep blacks and brilliant colors.
3,000 ANSI lumens of brightness and 15,000:1 contrast ratio for clear, crisp and bright presentations
WXGA (1280 x 800) native resolution scalable up to a maximum UXGA (1600 x 1200) resolution
Innovative 5 segment color-wheel provides improved color reproduction and automatic gain control
DLP® technology with BrilliantColor™ for vibrant and rich picture quality
Convenient top loading design for easy lamp replacement
Multiple inputs for easy connection to a variety of devices: HDMI v1.4, VGA-In (x2), S-Video, composite video
Source filtering function to save time locating device signal source
Direct 3D via HDMI
Audio ready with built-in 2 watt audio speaker, audio-in and audio out ports
Reduces energy consumption to less than 0.5W in stand-by mode
DLP (Digital Light Processing) is a display technology from Texas Instruments (TI). The technology inside is often referred to as DMD (Digital Micro-Mirrors). It consists of an array of mirrors where each mirror represents a pixel element. For example, a high-definition DLP projector or rear projector with 1920 x 1080 pixel resolution would have over 2 million tiny mirrors. Each mirror is attached to an electronically driven hinge that controls the amount of colored light that is reflected from
BrilliantColor from Texas Instruments is a multi-color processing technology that produces vibrant images. BrilliantColor technology uses up to six colors, instead of just the three primary colors, red, green and blue, to improve color accuracy and brightens secondary colors.
A projector that is 3D Ready can accept a 120Hz frame-sequential 3D signal from a computer. These projectors are not compatible with the HDMI 1.4 3D specification used on 3D Blu-ray players and set-top boxes. 3D ready uses DLP Link Technology from Texas Instruments.
High-Definition Television. Generic term that indicates a higher resolution format than previous standards. At present, denotes anything higher than a 480p signal. Most common formats are 720p, 1080i and 1080p.
WXGA (1280 x 800)
3000 ANSI Lumens
UXGA (1600 x 1200) @60Hz
Native Aspect Ratio
Lamp Life and Type
5,000 / 6,000/10,000 Hours (Normal/Eco/Dynamic Eco Mode), 190W/160W
Single chip DLP® Technology by Texas Instruments
1.54 - 1.71:1
Image Size (Diagonal)
27" - 300"
1 - 10 m
F = 2.52 - 2.73, f = 21.8 - 24 mm
Offset ( Based on Full Image Height)
Vertical +/- 40°
SDTV(480i, 576i), EDTV (480p, 576p), HDTV (720p, 1080i/p), NTSC (M, 3.58/4.43 MHz), PAL (B, D, G, H, I, M, N), SECAM (B, D, G, K, K1, L)
I/O Connection Ports
VGA-In (15pin D-Sub), HDMI, S-Video, Composite Video, Audio-In (Mini-Jack), VGA-Out (15pin D-Sub), Audio-Out (Mini-Jack), RS-232
Dimensions (W x D x H)
274.6 x 212 x 100mm
35dB/32dB (Normal/Eco. Mode)
Supply: AC 100-240V, 50 / 60Hz Consumption: TBD/200W/240W (Dynamic Eco. / Eco. / Normal Mode),