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LC-HDT700 Large Venue projector.

lc-hdt700-on-smThe cost effective, full-featured EIKI LC-HDT700 projector with superior color, has native 1080p resolution, and is compatible with inputs up to UXGA and WUXGA. There are many optional lenses available for this model, making the EIKI LC-HDT700 projector perfect for mid to large sized installations.learn more →

Eiki Projector Mounts

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EIKI has teamed up with Marlin

Marlin Equipment Finance and EIKI have formed a strategic alliance to provide flexible financing for all EIKI customers. This alliance enhances the ability for EIKI customers to upgrade or deploy new projectors.

Visit EIKI's financial website page for financial quotes, contact and application information.


Eiki International, Inc. has teamed up with Bankers Warranty Group aka BWG to offer some very convenient and economical options for extended warranty coverage.read more →

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Eiki International, Inc.
30251 Esperanza
Rancho Santa Margarita, CA
92688-2132
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Tel: 1 (800) 242-3454
Fax: 1 (800) 457-3454
Email:
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Divide the throw distance, from the front of the projector lens to the screen in inches, by the width of the projected image in inches.throwtowidth

Example:

Formula: Throw Distance / Image Width = Throw : Width Ratio

Throw Distance = 120 inches (10')
Image Width = 96 inches (8')
Throw:Width Ratio = 1.25 : 1

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You can use the Throw-to-Width ratio to determine the correct projector lens to select for your needs.

throwtowidth1. If your throw distance will never change, you can select a lens with a fixed Throw to Width Ratio.

Example:

Divide the throw distance, from the front of the projector lens to the screen in inches, by the width of the screen in inches.

Formula: Throw Distance / Screen Width = Throw : Width Ratio

Throw Distance = 120 inches (10')
Screen Width = 96 inches (8')
Throw:Width Ratio = 1.25 : 1

Therefore, you would look for a lens that has a throw-to-width ratio of 1.25:1, (120 / 96):1.

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2. If your screen width varies, select a lens that offers a Throw to Width range.

Example,

Minimum image width

Throw Distance = 120 inches (10')
Minimum image width = 60 inches (5')
Throw:Width Ratio = 2:1

Maximum image width

Throw Distance = 120 inches (10')
Maximum image width = 80 inches (6' 8")
Throw:Width Ratio = 1.5:1

Therefore, a projector with a lens that is 120 inches away from a screen and is capable of creating image sizes from 60 inches wide to 80 inches wide, would have a throw-to-width ratio of 1.5 - 2:1, (120 / 80) to (120 / 60):1.

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3. If both your throw distance and image size vary, select a lens that offers a Throw to Width range that meets your criteria.

Example,

Throw Distance = 96 inches (8')
Minimum image width = 60 inches (5')
Throw:Width Ratio = 1.6:1

Throw Distance = 144 inches (12')
Maximum image width = 96 inches (8')
Throw:Width Ratio = 1.5:1

Therefore, if you criteria requires a throw distance from 8' to12' and an image size from 5' to 8', you would look for a lens that has a throw-to-width ratio from 1.5 - 1.6:1, (96 / 60) to (144 / 96):1.

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Current projectors have an item in the menu called "Information" which includes lamp hours.

If your projector is an older model, you can press and hold the Power ON/OFF button on the projector or the remote control for approx. 20 seconds and the lamp hours will be displayed on the screen for a brief period of time.

Mike Cascagnette   March 10, 2015  


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