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Barco PGWU-62L LNS

Barco PGWU-62L LNS Key Features

  • 6000 ANSI Lumens
  • Native Widescreen
  • WUXGA 1920*1200 Native Resolution
  • 20000 hour lamp life (typical)
  • 11000:1 Contrast Ratio
  • Native Widescreen
  • Lens Shift
  • 12v Trigger
  • Portrait Mode
  • Interchangeable Lens System
  • Can Be Installed Vertically
  • Lens-centred Design
  • Digital (HDMI/DVI/DisplayPort) Input
  • Monitor Out
  • Network Control
  • Lens Shift function
  • 17.5kg (38.6lb.)
  • Click for Barco PGWU-62L LNS Detailed Specifications
£7920 (£9504.00 inc. VAT)
Availability: In stock


Throw Calculator


Size Range: 108 to 862cm
Lens Minimum
Throw
Maximum
Throw
Foot
Lamberts
Standard Lens 1.32m 1.65m 765
R9832781 0.81m 1.03m 765
R9832755 1.03m 1.32m 765
R9832753 1.36m 1.71m 765
R9832756 1.64m 3.15m 765
R9832778 3.13m 5.94m 765
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Barco PGWU-62L LNS Throw Chart

Barco PGWU-62L LNS throw distance chart
How the graph works

Along the horizontal axis is the distance in metres between the front of the projector and the projection screen. Up the vertical axis is the width of the image the projector will produce. We use width rather than diagonal as the width will remain consistant with the throw distance and zoom setting whereas the height and therefore the diagonal will vary depending on the source. For example, if you have a 4:3 aspect ratio projector and use it to watch a 16:9 aspect ratio DVD then the image will be "letterboxed", i.e. the width will remain the same but the height will be reduced.

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Projector Throw From Screen Size Table (16:10 aspect ratio, in metres)
Diag.WidthHeightMin. ThrowMax ThrowAreaNits
0.76 0.640.400.790.990.26²7357.1
1.00 0.850.531.031.300.45²4249.4
1.50 1.270.791.551.951.01²1888.6
2.00 1.701.062.072.591.80²1062.4
2.50 2.121.322.593.242.81²679.9
3.00 2.541.593.103.894.04²472.2
3.50 2.971.853.624.545.51²346.9
4.00 3.392.124.145.197.19²265.6
4.50 3.822.384.665.849.10²209.8
5.00 4.242.655.176.4911.24²170.0

Nits are a measure of the brightness of the final image. Multiply the figure in the Nits column by the gain of your screen to obtain a true figure.

Projector lamps dim over their life spans so make allowances by multiplying the foot nits by 0.75 to get a reasonable average.If you intend to calibrate your projector then this will also affect brightness. For home cinema use in a well darkened roon, about 42-70 Nits is ideal. For office use, aim for at least 175.



Throw Table
Throw Min. Width Max. Width
1.31 0.86 1.07
2.00 1.31 1.64
2.50 1.63 2.05
3.00 1.96 2.46
3.50 2.29 2.87
4.00 2.61 3.28
4.50 2.94 3.69
5.00 3.27 4.10
5.50 3.59 4.51
6.00 3.92 4.92
6.50 4.25 5.33
7.00 4.58 5.74
7.50 4.90 6.15

NOTE: Figures are subject to manufacturing tolerances and information supplied.