Rent 10,000 Lumen DLP
Projectors and Fastfold Screens
Angeles Area, San Francisco Area, San Diego Area, Fresno
Order Plasma Displays online
Barco CLM R10+
10,000lumen DPL Projector
LCD Projectors for Rent
Screens for Rent
10,000 lumen DLP, 15,000
lumen (2of the 7700 lumen projectors ) and 30,000 lumen
Throw Distance Calculator
A compact, 10,000 lumen DLP projector, designed and built
specifically for the demanding rental and staging market. Main
Page Features Specs Options Downloads 10k Lumen brightness - for
today and tomorrow
With its sealed engine and DLP technology, the CLM R10+ delivers a
brilliant, sharp and consistent image - even after years of use -
without time consuming and expensive maintenance.
Outstanding DLP image quality
This high performance single chip design is based on the same
state of the art technology as on our award winning FLM R20+.
Rugged - built for the road
The CLM R10+ features a strong, all-metal chassis ensuring the
highest levels of reliability and comes with its own rigging kit,
allowing for quick and easy set up.
Compact, low noise and lightweight
Its compact size, light weight and low noise levels make the CLM
R10+ the ideal solution for both small and midsize venues.
9 500 ANSI Lumen
10 000 Center Lumen
1400 x 1050 (native, SXGA+)
1200:1 (full field)
High Contrast Mode:
contrast enhancement by optical dowser
1 Chip DLP SXGA+ (resolution of 1400 x 1050 pixels (aspect ratio 4:3))
- DMX512 control of optical dimming, electronic dimming, zoom, focus, lens shift, input select
- Advanced picture-in-picture
- Seamless switching with effects
- Rigging points
- Carrying handle
- Brilliant Color processing
two sources simultaneously
- configurable 5 cable (BNC)
- 1x RS-232C/RS-422 IN (D-9 connector)
- 1x RS-232C/RS-422 OUT (D-9 connector)
- 1x RS-232C IN (XLR connector)
- All current video sources (PAL, SECAM, NTSC) in Composite, S-VHS, Component or RGB formats
- All currently proposed HDTV, extended and improved television standards (1080i, 720p)
- All computer graphics formats from VGA, SVGA, XGA, SXGA,full HD to UXGA
- Most Macintosh computers
- Electronic workstations with a resolution up to 1600 x 1200 pixels at 75 Hz
- Most computer sources with a pixel clock up to 200 MHz
- DVI sources up to SXGA+
|Input source compatibility||
1600 x 1200 (max. input)
10/100 Base-T, RJ-45 connection
Optical dowser (dimmer):
0 - 100% brightness control by DMX512 signal
Max 40Â°C (104Â°F)
4 x 300 W
Lamp warranty: 750 Hrs
Zoom lens CLD 1.2 - 1.6:1
Zoom lens CLD 1.6 - 2.4:1
Zoom lens CLD 2.4 - 4.3:1
Wide lens QCLS 0.85:1
Vertical: -29% to +110%
Horizontal: -103% to +17.5%
(small differences occur per lens type)
Standard horizontal and vertical electronic edge blending
|Sealed DLPâ„¢ core||
High density filters
49 dB(A) (at 25Â°C)
Compliant with UL1950 and EN60950
100 - 240 V / 50 - 60 Hz
1 600 W
30 kg excl. lens and rigging frame
W x L x H
692 x 442 x 293 mm
(27.24 x 17.40 x 11.54 inch)
excl. carrying handle + rigging points
Complies with FCC rules & regulations, part 15 Class A and CE EN55022 Class A
Live Events, Media Environments, Stage Sets, Exhibits or
Themed Environments, Meetings, Corporate Theater,
Promotions, Parties, Awards & Entertainment Events, Public
Relations & Industry Press Events, Road Shows, Traveling or
Permanent Shows, Museums, Film & Television, Sponsorship
Presentation, Special Environments for all occasions.
We are a full service audio, visual, video, lighting,
staging, and computer rental company. Serving clients
nationally, we offer one of the most comprehensive
inventories in the industry for small businesses events,
conventions, tradeshows, expositions, event planners,
training seminars, and live entertainment shows. With the
latest in technology from leading manufacturers, we ensure
your event will be a total success.
These are some of the following
specifications that may make your decision in what projector is
right for you
1. Brightness (Ansi Lumens):
Projectors come in a wide range of light output. All other
things being equal, the brighter the projector, the more it
costs. When it comes to "optimum brightness" the rule is simple:
Get the brightest projector you can afford.
Brightness is measured in ANSI (American National Standards
Institute) lumens: the brighter the projector, the higher the
ANSI lumen rating.
In today’s market, projectors can be grouped by ANSI lumen
output as follows:
Less than 1000 lumens – these are the lowest light-output
projectors available today, and they are typically the least
expensive. If you are on a tight budget, there are a number of
products in this category that may be perfect for your needs.
Keep in mind that the low light output means that you will want
to make your presentations in a dark or dimly lit room so that
the image on the screen is not washed out by ambient room light.
None Available as they do not support many of the features need
in today's computers
1000 to 2000 lumens – this lumen range is a step up in
performance and price. There are many SVGA and XGA products in
this class to choose from. These machines are suitable for
normal business conference room, classroom use and for home
theater use. Presentations should be done with the room lighting
reduced somewhat for best screen viewing, although dimly lit
room is usually best.
2000 to 3000 lumens – this represents the high-performance range
of the portable and semi-portable projectors. Products in this
class are suitable for large conference rooms, Large classrooms
and Really lit Home theater. They offer more flexibility in
terms of ambient room light, since the image is bright enough
that a reasonable amount of room light can be tolerated without
washing out the image. They also offer more flexibility in terms
of audience size since they can illuminate a larger screen
without much loss of image quality.
3000 lumens and up – the ultra-bright projectors are in several
performance classes unto themselves, ranging from 3000 up to
12000 lumens or more. Prices of these products also cover a wide
range depending on other performance characteristics. They are
used in a variety of large venue applications, including board
rooms, conference rooms, training rooms, auditoriums, churches,
concerts, nightclubs, and so forth.
PLC-XP45 LCD projector is loaded with features including
full HDTV compatibility, power zoom and focus, digital keystone
correction, 16x digital zoom, dual computer and video inputs, auto
switching universal power, progressive scan system for high quality
video, and an unbelievable 3500 ANSI lumens of power! Now with a
amazing 800:1 contrast!
Sanyo XP56/L XGA
5000 Lumens (.8
The Sanyo PLC XP56 projector is designed to be
installed in large venues such as auditoriums, lecture theatres and
large conference rooms. The Sanyo PLC XP56 projector at 9.2kg is a
heavy projector and is ideally ceiling mounted in one location. If you
are planning to keep moving the projector between locations, then
consider a lighter projector instead.
The brightness of a projector determines how
large an image can be displayed on screen and therefore the audience
size. Projector brightness is measured in ANSI lumens. The higher the
number of ANSI lumens, the brighter the projector is. All our
projectors are designed for indoor use and cannot be used in direct
sunlight. The Sanyo PLC XP56 has 5000 ANSI lumens which is extremely
bright so that images can be projected onto screens which can easily
be seen by many hundreds of people.
This projector is for use with computers that
display a 1024x768 pixel image. You can check the resolution of your
computer on a Windows computer by opening the Control Panel and
double-clicking on the Display icon. Then click on the Settings tab.
The 1024x768 (XGA) resolution is currently the most commonly used.
The Sanyo PLC XP56 projector can be used with
video recorders, DVD players, video cameras, satellite systems, TV
games consoles and other video sources.
This projector has built-in sound but this gives
limited volume. If high quality or high volume sound is required then
consider connecting to an amplifier or surround sound system (home
cinema or professional). Computer sound can be played through the
existing computer speakers which is normally adequate for computer
presentations in small rooms.
The PLC-XF40 from Sanyo -
one of the world's largest and most successful manufacturers of LCD
projectors - is a truly professional, high-end device for fixed
installations. A brightness of 7700 ANSI lumens and 700 : 1 contrast
ratio guarantee powerful presentations. The PLC-XF40 is ideally suited
for fixed installations in very large presentation rooms and movie
theaters. Thanks to its powerful brightness, this projector is also
suited for open-air broadcasts of sporting events and large events in
broad daylight as well as for the projection of large-scale
advertisements at airports or train stations. The resolution of 1024 x
768 pixels (XGA) can even be increased to SXGA or UXGA resolution
levels using DRIT (Digital Realized Interpolation Technology). A new
4-lamp system with four 200W lamps ensures fail-safe operation, if one
of the 4 lamps fails, the projector switches to 2-lamp operation
automatically. The available range of optional lenses is the same as
with previous models; all of these lenses can be used without
difficulty with the PLC-XF40 as well. With the power shift function,
users can vary the position of the lens to the screen by up to 100%
vertically. Various high-end connectors are available for use in a
professional environment. The component interface for high-quality
video transmission - using separate red, green and blue transmission -
produces very sharp images with extremely accurate color quality. The
DVI interface provides a direct connection between the digital image
source and the projector. Loss of signal quality during transmission
is now a thing of the past. The new progressive scan system also
ensures an excellent video image. DVD and HDTV compatibility is also
included with the PLC-XF40 of course. Additional functions like
Freeze, Digital Zoom and No Show round off the extensive list of
features of this projector.
Projection Screens for Rent
9' x 12'
9' x 12'
Fastfold Screen Truss
10' x 10'
10.5' x 14'
10.5' x 14'
Fastfold Screen Truss
12' x 12'
11' x 31'
12' x 16'
Fastfold Screen Truss
15' x 15'
15' x 20'
16' x 16'
16' x 21'
are same price as screens
The following features are
found in all or selected SANYO LCD projectors. Check the
individual product listings on the following pages for
specific model information
Network Control &
Sanyo offers advanced tools for network control and
administration of select Large-Fixed, Fixed, and Portable
series projectors. Through a CAT5 LAN connection using the
IP addressing scheme, projector functions such as power
status, lamp status, input mode, signal condition,lamp-use
time, etc. can be monitored using a web browser.No
additional application software is needed.
When abnormalities such as a lamp failure or power
an E-mail Alert message can be sent to the registered
E-Mail addresses. An Automatic Timer function can turn on or
off a series of projectors at a specified day, date and
time. With Multi-Control, a single computer can control and
setup multiple projectors at the same time. RS-232 control
systems may be used in parallel with these Sanyo network
6500°K Color Optical
Select models utilize a newly developed 6500°K color
temperature optical system for more realistic color
reproduction. This color-focused design makes these
projectors highly suitable for digital cinema applications.
Select Sanyo projectors offer Color Management solutions
allowing for changes to both color phase and color level to
obtain perfect color reproductions. With the Real Color
Manager system, white balance adjustments and gamma
correction are made from a PC using the included image
adjustment software by simply comparing the on-screen image
to a printed color chart.
With the Color Management System on select portable units,
only the small area surrounding the selected color is
changed without affecting other colors or adjustment items
such as Tint or White Balance.
Sanyo's Wireless Imager technology enables real-time
capture, compression, and transfer of image data from a PC
to a projector through a wireless LAN card. Image data can
be transferred from one PC to a projector, or from multiple
PC's to a projector through a wireless access point. On
select Wireless Imager modules, using the Network Viewer
Mode and its application software, image data can be called
up from a network server, converted and
presented on the wireless-networked projector, from a PC
connected to the network, Images being shown by the
projector can be viewed simultaneously on the networked PC.
Additionally, built-in control software allows for wireless
control of projector functions by a PC using a web browser.
Sanyo's optional presentation viewer module allows images
stored on a Compact Flash memory card to be shown directly
from the projector. Media Card Imager ( MCI) software, also
included, enables the user to quickly and easily convert any
PowerPoint presentation into a series of JPEG files and save
them to the memory card.
A wide array of connectivity options is available with Sanyo
projectors featuring the Multi-Versatile Platform (MVP).
Detachable interface panels including inputs for HD-SDI,
SD-SDI, Faroudja™ video processing, DVI, 5-BNC, D-Sub15,
Video Y/C and S-Video can be used in varying combinations to
meet the source input needs for most any situation.
Faroudja Interface Board
Sanyo's Faroudja™ Interface Board, for use with projectors
featuring the Multiversatile Platform (MVP), processes all
incoming video signals using 3 Faroudja™ video processing
IC's as well as Sanyo's new IC for 3D Y/C separation.
Jitter-free video performance, improved depth perception,
automatic 3:2 pulldown, the elimination of objectionable
staircase artifacts, and near-HD quality images are the
New Progressive IC with
A newly developed progressive integrated circuit provides
highly improved playback of moving images. 1080 interlaced
signals are converted into progressive signals while 2-3
pulldown doubles the resolution of images from DVD playback.
Efficient Lamp Management
Sanyo's Efficient Lamp Management System monitors and
controls each individual lamp on our multiple-lamp
projectors. Each lamp's status and cumulative hours of use
can be displayed on-screen and, if a lamp expires, the
fail-safe feature automatically switches to the remaining
good lamps to keep the projector running. When selected, the
half-brightness mode shuts down half of the projector's
lamps to maximize lamp life when full brightness is not
New X-Y Digital Keystone
Sanyo's Digital Keystone Correction feature compensates for
angled projector placement by digitally and mathematically
interpolating an image's pixels, correcting keystoned
(trapezoidal) images. Most Sanyo projectors offer digital
keystone correction, while some models now offer Sanyo's new
X-Y Digital Keystone Correction, which corrects keystoning
both vertically and horizontally.
X-Y Power Lens Shift
Select SANYO LCD projectors offer power lens shift to aid in
greater placement flexibility. Many units now offer X-Y lens
shift, which moves the lens both vertically and
horizontally. Power lens shift also aids in the
twin-stacking of two projectors, easily aligning the images
from both projectors with virtually no geometric distortion.
Selected SANYO projectors are High Definition Television
(HDTV) compatible, accepting the 1080i, 1035i, 720p, 575p,
575i, 480p and 480i HDTV resolution standards.
A wide range of optional lenses is available for many SANYO
LCD projector models in our Large Fixed, Fixed and Portable
model classes. SANYO's line of optional lenses offer
outstanding clarity along with increased placement
Sanyo's new One-Touch lens system makes installation and
removal our optional lenses a snap. Select Large-Fixed and
Fixed models utilize our new One-Touch interchangiable
lenses mount adapters that attach to the lenses, allowing
for quick and easy lens swapping. Select Portable projectors
are equipped with a new bayonet -style lens mount system
that eliminates wired connections for the zoom and focus
Select Sanyo projectors come equipped with our new Eco Mode
system that effectively lowers the projector voltage,
reducing power consumption and fan noise, when optimal
brightness is not required.
Dewit All Rights Reserved