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High Res projector in 2117
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'''High Res projector in 2117'''
  
PowerLite Pro G5450WUNL WUXGA 3LCD  (What the exact max resolution??? please add)
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PowerLite Pro G5450WUNL WUXGA 3LCD   
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Native Resolution: 1920 x 1200 (WUXGA) and SUPER Bright: 4000 lumens
  
 
* USE YOUR LAPTOP (lend your laptop to visitors if needed)
 
* USE YOUR LAPTOP (lend your laptop to visitors if needed)
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We will probably buy some extra adaptors... May be a better podium if needed and we find $ for it.
 
We will probably buy some extra adaptors... May be a better podium if needed and we find $ for it.
  
Be respectful of the installation:  the projector + screen + room prep + writeable wall + installation = $7761
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'''Be respectful of the installation''':  the projector + screen + room prep + writeable wall + installation = $7761
  
 
We can thank OIT for providing 1/2 of the funds, and UMIACS (Fritz Mc Call) for helping us with the scoping/procurement/install process
 
We can thank OIT for providing 1/2 of the funds, and UMIACS (Fritz Mc Call) for helping us with the scoping/procurement/install process
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And just in case something breaks:
 
And just in case something breaks:
* the amplifier for the speakers are in the ceiling, above the projector mount.
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* the amplifier for the speakers is in the ceiling, above the projector mount.
* replacement bulbs are very expensive and cannot be replaced quickly.  If the possibility of a long delay ever becomes an issue, it would be good to have an extra bulb at hand.
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* replacement bulbs are very expensive and cannot be procured quickly.  If the possibility of a long delay ever becomes an issue, it would be good to have an extra bulb at hand.

Revision as of 20:20, 12 December 2014

High Res projector in 2117

PowerLite Pro G5450WUNL WUXGA 3LCD Native Resolution: 1920 x 1200 (WUXGA) and SUPER Bright: 4000 lumens

  • USE YOUR LAPTOP (lend your laptop to visitors if needed)
  • use the WALL CONTROLS to 1) turn the projector [ON] + select either VGA or HDMI input
  • Using VGA? you MAY have to use the remote control [Aspect] button to switch the aspect ratio
  • need SOUND: in VGA, plug the extra audio connector in your laptop. With HDMI you may need to go in your sound control and switch the SOUND OUTPUT to select HDMI - instead of the normal laptop speaker
  • adjust the VOLUME using the WALL CONTROLS
  • when done: Press [OFF] on the wall display - just once is fine. Coils the cables back. Make sure the remote is still there.

We will probably buy some extra adaptors... May be a better podium if needed and we find $ for it.

Be respectful of the installation: the projector + screen + room prep + writeable wall + installation = $7761

We can thank OIT for providing 1/2 of the funds, and UMIACS (Fritz Mc Call) for helping us with the scoping/procurement/install process

--- And just in case something breaks:

  • the amplifier for the speakers is in the ceiling, above the projector mount.
  • replacement bulbs are very expensive and cannot be procured quickly. If the possibility of a long delay ever becomes an issue, it would be good to have an extra bulb at hand.