[Offtopic] RE: Data Projectors

Mark Chapple chapple.mark.mr at edumail.vic.gov.au
Fri Mar 25 11:45:03 EST 2005

If you have sunny rooms you need to have 1800+ lumens. This pushes your
price into the $5000 mark. We use Hitachi CPX and they are lightweight with
good globe lifetimes and very bright. The cords have been pulled from them
and the globes haven't blown. 
Co. is Savetime Visuals ph 9888 2111. They may also supply an aluminium
trolley box ($350) for free. They also have a lot of other brands they can
Mark Chapple

-----Original Message-----
From: Maiser at novell2.fhc.vic.edu.au [mailto:Maiser at novell2.fhc.vic.edu.au]
On Behalf Of Preston, Alan D
Sent: Tuesday, 2 September 2003 2:14 PM
To: IT Teachers' Off Topic Mailing List
Subject: Data Projectors

Can anyone recommend a data projector brand and model they have bought
recently? And which companies do you recommend? 

Requirements are:
Need to work well rooms that are bright (many of our rooms can get quite a
bit of sunlight) My guess is 1500 to 1800 ANSI lumens min.

Need to be teacher -proof (eg easy to set-up and easy to close down
including cooldown). Do any  models still exist that you didn't have to wait
for cooldown before turning off

Needs long-life and durable bulb that is not too expensive to replace 
We are budgettig for about $2000-$3000. Is this realistic? 

Alan Preston 
Derrinallum College 

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