Bring your establishment into the future with the NEC NC2000C DLP
Digital Cinema Projector.
Delivering exceptional image quality, brightness, resolution, contrast and colours together with a wealth of new revenue generation opportunities and backed by the trusted performance of one of the biggest names in Digital Cinema technology.
An ideal solution for cinemas, theatres, conference halls, auditoriums.
- Bring Your Establishment Into The IT Age – easy distribution of movies and media, copyright and licensing management offered in all IT formats.
- Enjoy Lower TCO – with easy servicing, more durable components and advanced servicing options. You can enjoy better quality imaging whilst experiencing an overall lower cost of ownership.
- Generate Greater Per Seat Revenue – achieve additional income from showing higher quality, more entertaining media and arranging alternative sports, broadcast and education media during off-peak operational times.
- Play Captivating 3D Content – take your establishment into the next generation and stay ahead of the competition with the latest digital content, an increasingly essential element of the latest movies and media.
Shift: Horizontal/Vertical Motorized
Other: Dowser (light shutter); Lens memory stores lens setting (shift/zoom/focus); Range of shift is dependent on lens
Primary Lenses: 1.2 to 1.8:1 zoom; 1.3 to 1.75:1 zoom; 1.4 to 2.05:1 zoom; 1.59 to 2.53:1 zoom; 1.9 to 3.25:1 zoom; 2.4 to 3.9:1 zoom; 3.9 to 6.52:1 zoom
Chip: 0.98" DLP
Tilt Angle [°]: 12
Total thermal dissipation [BTU]: 18800
Projector exhaust [m³/min]: 13
Demand of exhaust duct: Yes
Lamp power supply unit [KVA]: C1 Connection (single cable): 200 to 240V AC, 50/60Hz, single phase; C2 Connection (separate cable): 200 to 240V AC, 50/60Hz, single phase
1 Excluding lens and lens hood
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