ViewSonic LS620X XGA Laser Projector
Featuring 1024x768 XGA resolution and 3,200 lumens of brightness, the ViewSonic® LS620X short throw laser projector is an ideal projection solution for education environments. Designed with a laser phosphor light source lasting up to 25,000 hours, and a sealed optical engine and waveform air filter that protect against dust and moisture, this projector delivers long-term, virtually maintenance-free usage for any classroom. With its 0.61 short throw ratio and vertical keystoning, the LS620X makes installation a hassle-free experience. What’s more, the short throw ratio allows you to place the projector just a few feet from a wall or screen to give you a huge image for less cost than a comparably sized display. Crestron and AMX certification delivers network management capabilities, while exclusive SuperColor™ technology offers a wider color range for true-to-life images in any classroom.
- Long-lasting Laser Phosphor Light Source
- SuperColor: Amazing Color Accuracy
- Network Monitoring & Control
- Large Images in Small Spaces
- LS620X Datasheet
- User Guide (English)
Long-lasting Laser Phosphor Light Source
Designed with a laser phosphor light source lasting up to 25,000 hours, this projector delivers long-term, virtually maintenance-free usage for a lower overall total cost of ownership.
SuperColor: Amazing Color Accuracy
ViewSonic’s proprietary SuperColor™ Technology features an exclusive 6-segment color wheel and dynamic lamp control capabilities, providing a wide color range and stunningly beautiful images.
Network Monitoring & Control
IT admin can monitor, schedule, and manage the projector remotely, as well as receive projector status alerts, with the integrated Crestron®e-Control™ system and RoomView Express™ management software. Because this projector is Crestron® and AMX® certified, IT admin can control and monitor the projector for any size campus or enterprise.
Large Images in Small Spaces
A short throw lens enables large images to be projected from short distances in small rooms. In addition, any blinding lights in front of the presenter, distracting shadows on the projected image, or glaring hotspots on the screen, are all eliminated because the projector’s light source is closer to the projection surface.