The 4500 ANSI lumen, WXGA-native NP4001 delivers reliability to applications ranging from command and control centers to training facilities to lecture halls. Its full line of operational lenses provide powered horizontal and vertical lens shift for easy exchange and flexible placement anywhere from 2.8 feet to 283 feet from the screen. And the NP4001’s single and dual lamp flexibility allows users to choose a light output that is right for the application while conserving lamp life to increase the value of the projector.
The NP4001 incorporates advanced video processing with BrilliantColorT from Texas Instruments to deliver exceptional picture management control for both progressive and interlaced sources, while making images more vibrant, colors more realistic, and blacks richer with detail. At the same time, DynamicBlackT monitors the incoming video content and dynamically adjusts the contrast ratio to optimize picture quality for each video frame. Additionally, the NP4001 features user-changeable color wheels with four segments for full brightness or optional six segments for superior color fidelity.
The NP4001 integrated RJ45 connection allows for quick hook-up to the LAN (10/100 base-T capability), while remote diagnostics enable the user to monitor and make adjustments to the projector via the network from a remote location.
Along with extended use operation, the NP4001 incorporates a number of built-in methods to extend the life of the projector and increase its total cost of ownership. NEC’s Eco-ModeT technology increases lamp life by up to 50 percent while its lamp saver feature enables the cooling fan to continue running even after the power source is disconnected. The Quick Power-Off function also protects the lamp during the cool down period if the projector is accidentally unplugged or the power strip is switched off.
The NP4001 will begin shipping in October 2007 at a price of US $5,999. The NP4001 comes standard with a two-year limited warranty, including the first year with InstaCareT (repair and return in three business days or next business day exchange).
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