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Everest EX-31025 Projector

XGA Conference Room Projector
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The Everest EX-31025 Projector is a XGA Conference Room Projector. This lamp based projector is capable of displaying 3,000 Lumens at its brightest setting with a native resolution of 1024x768 . The internal 3LCD technology is an innovative 3-chip design that sets itself apart by delivering vibrant, true-to-life images with better color brightness and a wider color gamut. This projector was first available for purchase in December 2003 and has been by Everest. The Everest EX-31025 was also marketed as the Boxlight MP-60e.

Everest EX-31025 Projector Specifications

December 2003
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White Brightness
3,000 Lumens (ANSI)1 / 2,400 Lumens
Aspect Ratio
4:3 (XGA)
Display Type
0.90" 3LCD
Color Processing
Video Modes
720p, 1080i, 525i, 525p, 625i, 1125i, 480p
Data Modes
MAX 1280x1024

Lamp Type
250W Metal Halide bulb
Lamp Life
2,000 hours  / 3,000 hours

Included Lens
1.3x manual zoom , manual focus
Optional Lenses
Lens Shift
Throw Distance
6.0' - 33.0'  Calculate Throw Distance
Image Size
41.00" - 295.00"
Throw Ratio
1.68:1 - 2.15:1
Digital Keystone
Horizontal & Vertical

Projector Size
4.68" x 14.44" x 10.63"
13.0 lbs
Internal Speakers
1.0 Watts × 2
350 Watts 100V - 240V
Additional Features
ANSI lumens changed from 2800 to 3000 in March, 2005. 250 watt OSRAM lamp.

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ANSI LUMENS  is the most commonly accepted industry standard brightness measurement. The ANSI lumen rating measures the brightest white that a projector can produce by averaging nine light meter measurements taken across the projected image.

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BUYER BEWARE   Either this projector's brightness specification does not cite an industry-accepted unit of measurement, or according to our calculations it seems unlikely that this projector is capable of producing the manufacturer's cited brightness specification.

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