As the industry's brightest LCD projects at 15,000 lumens, the PLC-XF47 is able to throw extra-large projections, meeting the needs of large gatherings, conferences and special events. In addition to wired networking capabilities, the PLC-XF47 is the first SANYO projector to provide a complete HD-WIRELESS System, which is capable of receiving uncompressed 720p and 1080i data wirelessly, from distances approximately 100 feet away with less than one millisecond of latency.
Note: The PLC-XF47 does not include a lens. Purchase a lens to complete your solution. There are multiple options to suit any and all needs. See "Included Items" tab below for lens options.
- Real Color Management Software Included
- Detachable Input Panels
- Optional Lenses (*Requires Lens Purchase)
- Standard Inputs: DVI-I, BNC Component, S-Video, BNC
- Composite, VGA, Serial, USB
New Optical Engine Maximizes the Light
High-brightness technology and cooling technology provided by optimizing optical parts have improved light efficiency, and realized high brightness and high contrast, high reliability, and high resolution.
World's Brightest 15,000-Lumen LCD Projector
Utilizing four high-output 330-watt NSHA lamps as its light source, the PLC-XF47 delivers an amazing 15,000 lumens of brightness.
Stacking two projectors in the twin-stack configuration can achieve up to 30,000 lumens of brightness.
The industry's highest brightness for transmissive LCD projectors, as of Aug 1, 2007.(According to a Sanyo survey.)
By replacing the lens, the user can choose any projection range from 1.6 m to 18.4 m when projecting onto a 100-inch screen.
As a result, a wide variety of installation options are available.
Lenses are sold as options.
Outstanding Contrast Ratio - 2,000:1
The PLC-XF47 contains a new liquid crystal panel with high-contrast optical system that achieves a contrast ratio as high as 2,000:1, exhibiting natural and smooth gradation.
Power Lens Shift
The motor-driven lens shift function makes it easy to adjust the projected image position without having to move the projector itself.
This greatly simplifies projector set-up. It also helps when adjusting the images from two stacked units.
Shifts 10:00 to 0:10 vertically and 2:3 to 3:2 horizontally. The amount of lens shift varies depending on the mounted lens.