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The InFocus LP500 Projector is a SVGA Portable Projector. This lamp based projector is capable of displaying 2,000 Lumens at its brightest setting with a native resolution of 800x600 . The internal DLP technology touts higher contrast, less visible pixels and more portability. This projector was first available for purchase in September 2001 and has been by InFocus. The InFocus LP500 was also marketed as the IBM iLV200, Boxlight CD-600m, and the Toshiba TDP-S3.



InFocus LP500 Projector Specifications


MSRP
n/a
Status
Discontinued
Released
September 2001
Warranty
2 Years
User Reviews
(32) Review this Projector

 
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Brightness
2,000 ANSI Lumens / 1,600 Lumens
Resolution
800x600
Aspect Ratio
4:3 (SVGA)
Contrast
400:1
Display Type
DLP x 1
Color Processing
8-bit
Video Modes
1080i, 720p
Data Modes
MAX 1024x768

Lamp Type
270W SHP bulb
Lamp Life
2,000 hours
Lamp Model
SP-LAMP-LP5E / SP-LAMP-LP5F  Buy Replacement Lamp

Included Lens
1.2x manual zoom , manual focus
Optional Lenses
No
Lens Shift
No
Throw Distance
8.5' - 17.4'  Calculate Throw Distance
Image Size
60.00" - 150.00"
Throw Ratio
1.75:1 - 2.12:1
Projector Placement
For a
"
diagonal screen, place the projector lens between 11'-9" and 14'-2" from the screen.
Digital Zoom
Yes
Digital Keystone
Vertical only

Projector Size
3.30" x 10.30" x 11.00"
Weight
5.7 lbs
Audible Noise
39 dB  / 37 dB
Internal Speakers
3.0 Watts Mono
Power
350 Watts 100V - 240V
Additional Features
Optional module allows component video and analog RGB connectivity


 

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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