|Projection:||Standard Projection||Type:||Multimedia Projectors|
High End Projector, Business Ideal
The Elmo IP-750E Data Projector is a high end multi-functional projector that comes with features not found in any competitor's projectors. It functions as a projector, can scan documents and project PC screen or video. It has a LCD projector, Maximum Resolution of 1024 x 768 and 4:3 Native Aspect Ratio. It is capable of projecting a 60" projection screen at only 86". When it is connected to a PC, its features include Image Memory Function, Pointer Function, and Image Erase Function. The IP-750E has the highest brightness of 4,500 ANSI lumens. It comes with remote control to give you power in your hand. No software installation is required, the software boots up by connecting the cable. The IP-750E's advanced presentation features make it deliver intelligent presentations and ideal for any business presentation.
Care is Needed when Disposing Lamp
Fluorescent lamps will last four to five times more than incandescent bulbs. These lamps are beneficial as they reduce the need for power plants to burn fossil fuels to generate electricity, reduce the release of emissions including mercury, carbon dioxide and other pollutants that affect global warming.
Fluorescent lamps reduce solid waste, since they last longer. The incandescent or halogen lamps have a short life and require frequent replacement. The lamps used in Elmo projectors have a long life.
These energy-efficient lighting products such as the fluorescent lamps, CFLs, and the high intensity discharge (HID) lamps contain small amounts of mercury.
The mercury remains inside the lamp and doesn't hurt the environment unless the lamp is broken. This mainly happens at the end of its life. The lamp is mostly broken when it is thrown in a garbage truck or a dumpster; thereby releasing mercury.
These lamps are not a major source of mercury pollution, but the improper disposal of large numbers of them adds mercury to the environment. Mercury is also released into the environment by burning hazardous wastes or incineration of disposed materials. 40% of man-made mercury emissions is from fossil-fuel burning power plants.
To prevent the release of mercury from the lamps, it is better to recycle them and not dispose them in the solid waste. Recycling lamps helps to capture the mercury, and it can be reused.
The US Environmental Protection Agency has special regulations for the mercury-containing lamps. This eliminates excessive paperwork, alleviates transport issues, and helps keep disposal costs low. It also eases the path for lamp recycling.
Mercury collection is a robust and growing business. It was developed to collect and recycle end of life mercury lamps from commercial buildings. Retail consumers are also having their options expanded rapidly. Most local governments collect end-of-life lamps and some retailers like Ikea and Home Depot also collect the lamps. Check your local government for lamp disposal guidelines.
Elmo started 80 years ago and is now a leading manufacturer of document cameras and video surveillance cameras. Elmo specializes in document cameras, but also sells micro cameras, projectors and wireless tablets. Elmo’s document cameras are well recognized for their reliability.
Elmo’s flagship document camera, TT-02RX, is one of the most popular document camera amongst school districts across the US. Elmo’s latest invention, the CO-10 high performance desktop document camera, has set new standards for classroom interactivity. ELMO has combined their CO-10 document camera with CRP-26 projector to create the Doc-Tor, a document camera and projector bundle system that provides a turnkey solution for teachers at a fraction of the cost.
Having a strong focus on the future, Elmo realizes that it is very important to strive and enhance the value and competitive position of its products. It remains focused on creating strong and successful brands that will be recognized worldwide as market leaders.
Digital and multimedia projectors project a video signal on a projection screen. They use a bright lens system for projecting the image. These projectors are used in meeting rooms, conference rooms, classrooms, auditoriums and where ever the need arises.
3M, Boxlight, Elmo and Hitachi specialize in digital and multimedia projectors are. Popular projectors are 3M’s X45, SCP712, SCP716 and X95i, Boxlight’s Seattle X22N, TraveLight3 Ultra and ProjectoWrite2, Elmo’s IP-40SE and IP-750E, and Hitachi’s CP-X5, CP-X2011N, CP-X4 and CP-DW10N.
|LCD Panel||Poly Silicon TFT Active Matrix with Micro Lens Array|
|Brightness||4,500 ANSI lumens|
|Lens||Manual focus, manual zoom x 1.3|
|Lamp wattage||300W Super High Pressure|
|Number of colors||Full color, 16.7M colors|
|Vertical Keystone||+/- 15*|
|Horizontal Keystone||+/- 10*|
|Scanner||2 Mega Pixels color CCD camera|
|Maximum Scanning Size||11.3" x 8.5"|
|Scanner Output||Exif JPEG (1,600 x 1,200 dots)|
|Computer input||2 x 15-pin Mini D-sub|
|Computer output||1 x 15-pin Mini D-sub|
|Video input||1 x RCA Jack|
|Audio input||2 x Stereo Mini Jack|
|Audio output||1 x Stereo Mini Jack|
|Power supply||100-120V/220-240V, 50/60Hz|
|Dimensions||15.4" x 15.0" x 7.5" (W x D x H)|
|Remote Control with Battery|
|Power Cord (3m)|
"We just received the machine two days ago. We set it up easily and started running it. So far we like the machine very much. "
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