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Barco iQ R350 PIP LCD SXGA+

Barco iQ R350 PIP LCD SXGA+ Projector Home Cinema Office Presentation

Price: £2,850.00
Location: United Kingdom
Condition: Used
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Date Expires: 20/10/2018
Item ID: 159697
Dealer: ITinStock

Barco iQ R350 PIP LCD SXGA+ Projector Home Cinema Office Presentation

Barco iQ R350 PIP LCD SXGA+

Barco iQ R350 PIP LCD SXGA+ Projector
In good condition, tested and in full working order





Barcos iQ¢ R350 with its advanced picture-in-picture feature is the first projector that can display up to four scaleable images at the same time on a single screen. Its built-in switcher makes seamless source switching a snap, and you get many special transition effects to choose from. Barcos innovative dual-lamp system guarantees optimal reliability: the light will never go out during your presentation. This versatile LCD projector with SXGA+ resolution delivers an amazing brightness level of 3,500 ANSI lumens. The iQ Series is the smartest choice for compelling presentations in any venue, from brightly lit boardrooms to larger conference centers. 



Light outputResolutionBrightness uniformityContrast ratioDisplayFeaturesPicture-in-pictureInputsOutputsCommunicationCompatibilityInput source compatibilityScreen sizeScan FrequenciesNetwork connectionOn board display serverAmbient temperatureLampLensesLens ShiftLens encodersScenergiXSealed DLP¢ coreDust filtersNoise LevelMains VoltagePower consumptionPower DissipationAC powerWeightDimensions
3,500 ANSI lumens
SXGA+ (1400 x 1050)
> 95 % for the total screen
> 800:1
(full white/full black)
3 active matrix 1.4" diagonal SXGA+ polysilicon LCD panels with Micro Lens Arrays and a resolution of 1400 x 1050 pixels (aspect ratio 4:3). 
LCD panels are selected for a minimum of pixel defects.
  • AutoImage
  • Advanced picture-in-picture
  • Seamless switching with effects
  • Standard cable basket
  • Standard light shutter
  • Advanced digital zoom
Up to 4 sources simultaneously (2 data, 1 video and 1 SDI)
  • 1x Configurable 5-Wire (BNC) for: Composite Video, S-Video, Component Video , RGBHV, RGBS, RGsB.
  • 1x Composite Video (BNC) (up to 7 Composite Videos when using all connectors on top input board)
  • 1x S-Video (4-pin mini-DIN) (up to 3 S-Videos when combining BNCs)
  • 1x VGA (D15 connector)
  • 1x DVI (Digital Visual Interface)
No output
1x D9 connectors for RS232 In/Out
1x spherical IR receiver
  • 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 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 160 MHz
  • DVI sources up to SXGA+
1600 x 1200 (max. input)
From 1-6m / 3-20ft.
Horizontal 15kHz - 110 kHz
Vertical 25 Hz - 150 Hz
Refer to iQ Pro R350
Refer to iQ Pro R350
5°C up to 40°C
2x 250 Watt UHP lamp, in lamp housing, pre-aligned for max. light output.
Typical lifetime: 3000 h/lamp.
3000 hours in Dual Lamp Mode or max. 6000 hours/set in Single Lamp Mode.

Fixed focal length lenses are available with a throw ratio of 0.85:1 (very short throw ratio, specially designed for rear screen on-axis projection) or 7.0:1 (long throw).

Variable focus lenses with a throw distance of 1.3-1.8, 1.9-2.6, 3.0-6.0 times the screen width.(2.5% tolerance)

QVD lenses
Motorized V shift: -30% +110%

For specific details per lens type: see lens product pages
Not Applicable
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High Quality Microfilter (side removeable)
90V-255V
Max. 520 Watt
Max. 1775 BTU/h
Power factor pre-regulated SMPS, 90-254 VAC / 50-60Hz
Net weight:
Body only 12.9kg / 28.5 lbs.
Shipping weight:
¢ without lens: max.17.5 kg / 28.5 lbs.
¢ with lens: max. 20 kg / 44 lbs.
Projector body with cable basket:
415 mm (max. W) x 195 mm (max. H) x 565 (max. D)
Projector body without cable basket:
415 mm(max. W) x 195 mm (max. H) x 487 (max. D)

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