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Duplication Systems. Golf Simulator Projectors. All Sale Items. By: InFocus. The high-brightness, high-connectivity INHD projector brings superior performance to your meeting room or classroom at a price that fits your budget. Project from PCs, Macs, video sources, tablets and smartphones. Remotely manage and support your projector from a single computer via your existing network with free ProjectorNet 4. Crestron Roomview enables instant, intuitive operation without a control processor or custom programming.
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The all-black INL uses blue diode lasers to pump out more than 5,lumens of light, making it a good candidate for everything from a large conference room or small auditorium to a college lecture hall or a dual-purpose room, such as a cafeteria that doubles as a training room. The projector's light path uses a three-segment phosphor wheel that turns the laser's blue beam of light into streams of blue, green and yellow.
It then travels through a four-part color wheel to create blue, green, yellow and light-yellow segments. At this point, the light is reflected off a 0. With an output rated by InFocus at 5, ANSI lumens and a contrast ratio of ,, the INL should be more than bright enough for a lights-on, shades-up presentation.
Aimed at putting readable infographics, websites and spreadsheets on the big screen to foster discussion, the projector can also be used with 3D material if the audience wears optional DLP-Link glasses to break up the right and left visual streams. With a rated life of 30, hours—the equivalent of more than 14 years of use for eight hours every workday—the INL's Quantum Color Engine has the potential to outlast just about every other piece of computer gear in an office or school.
It should also save thousands of dollars over its life compared to a conventional projector because it will not need periodic lamp replacements. In fact, the more, the INL is used, the bigger the dividend. The INL's optics create a uniform focus across the screen that makes it easy to set up. Its fairly generous 1. Two thumbwheels around the lens barrel allow manual adjustments. Capable of projecting image sizes from 28 inches to 25 feet diagonal, the INL filled a inch screen from 73 inches away.
With its array of connections in the back, the INL offers a reassuring mix of old and new. In addition to the expected HDMI 1. There are two VGA-in and one VGA-out ports as well as inputs for composite video and S-video, the latter two being increasingly hard to find these days. A USB-A port is for service or providing power to a wireless HDMI streaming dongle such as a Roku or Amazon Firestick, but it will not accept media files from a USB memory stick for display on screen, a feature that is found in some competitive models.
However, the projector lacks either built-in Wi-Fi or an optional USB dongle to connect to a wireless data network. An RS connection provides another control option, and a second RJ connector is a dedicated HDBaseT port for long-distance runs of video and control data over Category cable. The INL's versatility is enhanced by two 3. The speakers tend to sound hollow and are most appropriate for spoken-word material. In a larger room, like in a lecture hall or boardroom, most will choose to use the 3.
The control panel for the projector is on top; it is compact and functional with its eight buttons. In addition to those for turning the projector on and off, there are keys for adjusting the keystone correction, changing the source, opening the menu and navigating the projector's multitude of adjustments. The small, supplied remote control worked from as far as about 30 feet away and adds things like the ability to blank the screen, adjust the volume, and invoke the INL's power-saving Eco mode.
It has a button for changing the projector's Picture mode, but it didn't do anything on my sample. The INL is covered by warranty for only two years, a year less than the three-year warranty that some competitors, such as Optoma, Vivitek, and Epson include on their laser models in the 5,lumen class, and considerably less than the 5 years offered by NEC.
On the other hand, InFocus rates its laser light source to last for 30, hours of use, 10, hours longer than most laser projectors. The INL is aimed at permanent installations, but its pound case can be moved from room to room if needed, and it has a square lens cover to protect its optics. The projector measures 4. Still, the InFocus will likely require two technicians to install it, especially if ladder work is required.
Underneath, the projector has three feet, all of which are adjustable to get the INL level in temporary installations. Additionally, there are three attachment points for using a ceiling or wall mount. These worked well with generic projector mounting hardware. To keep its cool, the INL requires about inches of open space around its edge. It can be used for front or rear projection in tabletop or ceiling-mount configurations, and supports portrait and degree orientations. In terms of placement flexibility, the INL offers the aforementioned 1.
The projector can correct horizontal and vertical keystone distortion of up degrees up or down and right or left. However, the INL has two other tricks up its sleeve for challenging installations. It can pull in or out any of the image's four corners, and has a mechanical shifting mechanism in lieu of any horizontal lens shift that can move the image slightly right or left.
It does so by masking off the image's edge, however. On the lab bench, the INL took It took a quick 2. Like other laser light sources, it doesn't require any extra time to get to full brightness. There is no auto-detect to automatically power-on the projector when a live HDMI signal is present, as is found in some more expensive models. Resize Change the image aspect ratio. Blank Blank the screen. Freeze Freeze video. Volume- Decrease the volume. Source-3 HDMI 1 Source-2 Computer In 2 Source-6 S-Video Source-5 Composite Video Light Turns the remote control backlight on or off.
It is not necessary to point the remote directly at the projector. Provided you are not holding the remote perpendicular to the sides or the rear of the projector, the remote will function well within a radius of about 7 meters 23 feet and 15 degrees above or below the projector level. If the projector does not respond to the remote control, move a little closer. Projector and Remote Control Buttons The projector can be operated using the remote control. All operations can be carried out with the remote control.
Remove the battery compartment cover by sliding the cover in the direction of the arrow. Insert batteries not included as shown in the illustration. Replace the cover. Caution: 1. Only use AA batteries Alkaline batteries are recommended. Dispose of used batteries according to local ordinance regulations.
Remove the batteries when not using the projector for prolonged periods. Do not mix old and new batteries, or mix battery types. Note: Batteries are not normally included with InFocus projectors. Connect the power cord to the projector. Connect the other end to a wall outlet. Turn on the connected devices. The projector splash screen displays and connected devices are detected.
The projector turns off. When enabled, the password must be entered after you power on the projector. Important: Keep the password in a safe place. Without the password, you will not be able to use the projector.
If you lose the password, contact InFocus Support for information on clearing the password. A password dialog box automatically appears. You can use any combination including the same arrow five times, but five characters must be used.
Press the arrow buttons in any order to set the password. Push the MENU button to exit the dialog box. If the Security Lock is enabled, the user will be prompted to enter a password when the projector's power button is pressed. Enter the password in the order you set it on step 5. If you forget the password, please contact InFocus.
Visit our website at www. You could trip over them. To adjust the angle of the picture, turn the tilt-adjuster right or left until the desired angle has been achieved. Use the Image-zoom control on the projector only to resize the projected image and screen size. Use the Image-focus control on the projector only to sharpen the projected image. The keystone control appears on the display.
Adjusting the Volume 1. The volume control appears on the display. Press the MUTE button on the remote control to turn off the volume. There are three menus. Note: Depending on the video source, not all items in the OSD are available. Items that are not available cannot be accessed and are grayed out. Press the MENU button. Press the arrow buttons until the language you want is highlighted. When image options are changed, the Display Mode changes to User.
Note: Display Mode must be set to User in order to access the other Image menu items. See Computer Menu on page See Advanced Feature on page See page 26 for more information on Color Manager. See White Balance on page Green Select to enter the Green Color Manager. Blue Select to enter the Blue Color Manager. Cyan Select to enter the Cyan Color Manager. Magenta Select to enter the Magenta Color Manager.
Yellow Select to enter the Yellow Color Manager. White Select to enter the White Color Manager. See Audio on page See Advanced 1 Features on page See Advanced 2 Features on page Please connect a 3. See page 30 for more information on the 3D Setting. Note: 1. When the projector is connected to an appropriate 3D source, the 3D OSD menu items are available for selection.
Use 3D glasses to view a 3D image. You need DLP link 3D glasses. Power on the glasses. Glasses normally have a power on -off switch. Each type of glasses has their own configuration instructions. Please follow the configuration instructions that come with your glasses to finish the setup process.
No Signal Power Off min. See page 33 for more information on Status. Lamp Hours Lamp hour usage information is displayed. Lamp Hour Reset After replacing the lamp, the lamp should be reset. See page 35 for more information on Lamp Hour Reset. See page 35 for more information on Network. Right-click on Local Area Connection, and select Properties. Click Properties. Press the Menu button on the projector. In the Address bar, input the IP address: The projector is setup for remote management.
Type the Telnet command in the following format: telnet ttt. When the Telnet connection is ready and you have input an RS command, press Enter. Telnet is not included by default in Windows 7, 8 or Open the Control Panel. Open Programs. Select Turn Windows features on or off. Select Telnet Client, and click OK.
Telnet Limitations: 1. Less than 50 bytes are used for the successive network payload for the Telnet Control application. Less than 26 bytes are used for one complete RS command for Telnet control.
InFocus INHD Projector Specifications ; Projector Size; " x " x " (HxWxD) ; Weight; lbs ; Audible Noise; 40 dB / 32 dB (Eco) ; Internal. InFocus INHD Lumen Full HD DLP Projector ; Designed for Enhanced Connectivity. The INHD features two HDMI ports, two VGA inputs, S-Video, composite. This projector is a step up from the lumens projectors. It's the main unit in our church auditorium now. It is not high deffinition - but good for our.