Optoma Short Throw Projector X316ST 3400 Lumens - Open Box
- Bright projection – 3400 ANSI lumens
- XGA resolution, 20,000:1 contrast ratio, HDMI input
- Low ownership costs – up to 8,000 hours2 lamp life
- Crestron RoomView® – RJ45 control and monitoring
The Optoma X316ST is the perfect short throw projector solution for use in classrooms, training rooms, higher education, houses of worship and digital signage applications. With a powerful bright 3,400 lumens image, a stunning 20,000:1 contrast ratio and Dynamic Black technology, the X316ST delivers bright large-screen short throw presentations with superb image clarity, razor-sharp detail and remarkable color accuracy.
It provides complete connectivity for compatibility with analog and digital sources, including HDMI v1.4a with Full 3D capability, 2x VGA-in, VGA loop through, 2x audio-in, audio-out, RJ45, RS-232 control and advanced remote with laser and mouse control. Ultra-long 8,000-hour lamp life and filter-free design minimize the cost of operation.
Our projectors are capable of reproducing the Rec.709 color gamut, the international HDTV standard to guarantee accurate reproduction of cinematic color exactly as the director intended.
Display true 3D content from almost any 3D source, including 3D Blu-ray Disc™ players, 3D broadcasting, and the latest-generation game consoles. Support for 144Hz rapid-refresh rate provides ultra-smooth flicker-free images. DLP Link 3D glasses required.
Add more depth to your image with a high-contrast projector. With brighter whites and ultra-rich blacks, images come alive and text is crisp and clear.
Specially designed lamp modes reduce power consumption by up to 70%. Each mode also improves lamp life, which lowers the total cost of ownership and reduces maintenance.
This feature allows the projector to be instantly powered on again within 100 seconds of turning it off.
When enabled via remote control or network management, the projector suspends (dims) video output to conserve energy.
To help save energy, this feature automatically turns off the projector after a set period of time, if it is not being used.
Project images in limited space environments with short-throw projection. The short-throw lens requires short distances to project large images.