Toshiba DLP Projector With Document Camera

The TDP-SC25U is designed for presenters who demand brightness, portability and versatility at an affordable price.

As the only major brand to offer an integrated document camera with a projector, Toshiba makes giving presentations more comprehensive with the TDP-SC25U by allowing presenters to show 3D objects, physical demonstrations and virtually any document type on the screen. Users can also detach the camera from the projector and position it at various angles or distances from the projected object.

With 1800 ANSI lumens, native SVGA 800 x 600 resolution, a 2000:1 contrast ratio and DLP (digital light processing) technology for detailed and sharp images, the TDP-SC25U is ideal for educators, mobile professionals and small-to-medium-sized businesses. It is priced at $1,199 (ESUP).

TDP-SC25U includes a range of multimedia capabilities and connectivity options such as composite, component and S-video inputs and audio in/out capabilities. A monitor output connector allows users to view presentations from an external display, in addition to what is projected on the screen. This feature allows presenters to face their audience directly, rather than turning around to read slides as they appear on the screen. Users can also connect the projector to a standard cable connection or DVD player, making it a multi-use projector that is ideal for both business and entertainment.

Toshiba TDP-SC25U

Weighing only 8.6 pounds, including the document camera, users can easily transport the projector in between classrooms, offices or when traveling. The TDP-SC25U sports a sleek, eye-catching exterior that is constructed of a metallic silver casing for a professional look and feel.

Toshiba TDP-SC25U projector:

               Model                                 TDP-SC25U----------------------------------------------------------------------                                      Shape    0.55-inch DMD DLP(TM)Display Technology                   No. of                                     Pixels    480,000 (800 x 600)----------------------------------------------------------------------                                    Standard  1.2x manual zoom/manualProjection Lens                        Lens             focus                                              F = 2.0 - 2.2, f = 18.2                                    F/f (mm)          - 21.84mm----------------------------------------------------------------------Light Source                                  180W (144W in low mode)Brightness                                        1800 ANSI lumensNative Resolution                                  SVGA 800 x 600----------------------------------------------------------------------Color Reproduction                            Full 16.7 Million ColorsContrast Ratio                                                 2000:1Projection Screen Size (Diagonal)                 30 - 300 inchesProjection Distance                                3.8 ft - 33 ft----------------------------------------------------------------------Throw Ratio                                        1.6 - 1.94:1----------------------------------------------------------------------                                   HorizontalCompatible Scanning Frequency         (kHZ)          15 - 93kHz                                    Vertical                                       (Hz)          50 - 85Hz----------------------------------------------------------------------                                    Video       1x RCA, 1x S-Video                                    Color     1x mini D-sub 15, shared                                   Difference    with RGB signalInput Terminals                               1x stereo mini-jack, 2x                                               RCA for Video, 2x RCA                                     Audio         for S-video                                      RGB         2 x D-sub 15----------------------------------------------------------------------                                     Video       NTSC, PAL, SECAM                                   -----------------------------------Input Signal Format                                  HDTV/DTV                                     Color     (480p/480i/720p/1080i),                                    Difference           DVD                                   -----------------------------------                                                  VGA, SVGA, XGA                                                 (compressed), SXGA                                                 (compressed), UXGA                                       RGB       (compressed), MAC----------------------------------------------------------------------Output Terminals                      Audio     1x stereo mini-jack                                       RGB             1x RGB----------------------------------------------------------------------Keystone Correction                            Digital +/- 15(degree)                                                37dBA (33dBA in lowNoise Level                                             mode)Internal Speaker                                   1.0W MonauralPC Interface                                  RS232C (mini DIN-8 pin)----------------------------------------------------------------------External Dimensions (WxDxH)                     14.5" x 10.2" x 3.8"Weight                                                8.6 lbs.Power Consumption                                       250WPower Source                                     100-240V, 50/60HzReplacement Lamp                                      TLP-LV5----------------------------------------------------------------------                                                Remote Control withBox Contents                                          Batteries                                                     Power Cord                                                     RGB Cable                                                       CD-ROM                                                   User's Manual                                                 Soft Carrying Bag                                               Document Camera Cable----------------------------------------------------------------------Document Camera:----------------------------------------------------------------------       Image Pick Up Device             1/4.2-inch Honeycomb CCD              Pixels                 629,856 pixels (648H x 486V x2)----------------------------------------------------------------------                                    F=2.8, f=2.8mm, two-step manual                                    focus for "Far" or "Near" viewing,            Camera Lens                        camera gain

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