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Installation
O btaining a preferred projected image size
The projected image size is determined by the distance from the projector lens to the screen, the zoom
setting, and the video format.
Projection dimensions
Use the illustration and the table below to help you determine the projection distance.
All measurements are approximate and may vary from the actual sizes. If you want a permanent installation
of the projector, we recommend that you use the actual projector to physically test the projection size,
distance, and the projector's optical characteristics prior to the installation. This helps you determine the
exact mounting position which best suits your installation.
Screen size Projection distance (mm)
Offset lens
position (mm)
Diagonal H (mm) W (mm) Min. distance Average Max. distance
Inch mm (max. zoom) (min. zoom)
60 1524 747 1328 917 1009 1102 19
70 1778 872 1550 1069 1178 1286 22
80 2032 996 1771 1222 1346 1470 25
90 2286 1121 1992 1375 1514 1654 28
100 2540 1245 2214 1528 1682 1837 31
110 2794 1370 2435 1680 1851 2021 34
120 3048 1494 2657 1833 2019 2205 37
140 3556 1743 3099 2139 2355 2572 44
160 4064 1992 3542 2444 2692 2940 50
180 4572 2241 3985 2750 3028 3307 56
H
W
Projection distance
Center of lens
Screen
O ffset lens position
16:9 Screen diagonal
The screen aspect ratio is 16:9 and
the projected picture is in 16:9
aspect ratio
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