Epson PowerLite D6250 LCD Projector – 1080p – HDTV – 4:3 – HDMI – USB – VGA – Ethernet – 395 W

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  • Epson PowerLite D6250 LCD Projector – 1080p – HDTV – 4:3 – HDMI – USB – VGA – Ethernet – 395 W


With 4000 ISO lumens and a contrast ratio of 2000:1 the XGA-resolution Epson PowerLite D6250 Multimedia Projector has the projection power to present large images in venues where ambient light would be a problem for lesser projectors.

However, it’s a gentle giant that works and plays well with others. It’s got an international 100 – 240 V AC 50/60 Hz power supply and it can handle NTSC, PAL and SECAM TV signals. It can also project 720p, 1080i and 1080p high definition signals. And those signals will stay in pristine digital form from the source thanks to the D6250’s HDMI port.

All of those signals benefit from the bright and high contrast Epson 3LCD projector panel. 3LCD delivers clear and vibrant images so true to life you may not believe your eyes.

The D6250 is also PC friendly. You can plug your PC into one of the D6250’s two USB ports and use it to project a slide show or presentation. This projector is also equipped to use your local network (LAN) in a wired (via its RJ45 jack) configuration or an optional wirelessly (Wi-Fi) via its 802.11 a/b/g/n capability.

You can make presentations from any PC on your network and you can manage, monitor and control the projector using SNMP (Simple Network Management Protocol). You can send important announcements like rescheduling information or weather updates to a fleet of D6250s. They, in turn can email you to alert you to faults (temperature too high, lamp reaching the end of its life and so on).


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