The Sony VPL-SX535 Short Throw XGA Projector packs an impressive array of features in a moderately priced unit which is ideal for business, educational or home use. This full-featured projector offers a powerful 3000 lumens of brightness backed with a crisp 2500:1 contrast ratio, rendering sharp vivid XGA 1024 x 768 images on screens up to 110" (2 m). Its 0.63" x 3 BrightEra LCD panel (the parts that create the image) delivers smooth, seamless color combined with an unparalleled grayscale range.
The VPL-SX535 also features three different brightness modes to suit each individual user's needs. In the high brightness mode, the projector has a brightness of 3000 lumens. The low brightness mode generates lower operating costs by reducing power consumption and extending the lamp lifetime to approximately 6000 hours.
Energy savings start with the 210W high pressure mercury lamp. It boasts a projected life of 6000 hours in low mode and since it's synchronized with the durable filter, both are replaced at the same time saving precious minutes of downtime during feature films or presentations.
The VPL-SX535 is equipped to use your local network (LAN) thanks to its wired RJ-45 (Ethernet) jack. You can make presentations from any PC on your network as well as managing, monitoring and controlling it remotely. You can also send important announcements like rescheduling information or weather updates to a whole fleet of VPL-SX535s. They, in turn can email you individual status data detailing conditions like excessively high temperature, imminent lamp burn out and other maintenance issues.
The VPL-SX535 also has the international credentials you've come to expect in more expensive projectors. It's got a world-ready 100 to 240 volt 50/60Hz power supply. It can handle NTSC, NTSC 4.43, PAL, PAL-M, PAL-N, PAL-60 and SECAM video signals and it has a 20 language onscreen display (OSD). Lastly, just to make sure that the lightweight VPL-SX535 doesn't depart without leaving a forwarding address, security is provided by anti-theft anchor points, as well as password and keypad lockouts.