The lamp of the Mitsubishi XD250U and XD280U has a useful life of 6,000 hours in economy / low consumption mode. This is not a misprint: Mitsubishi announces that these lamps will not burn out for 6,000 hours of use. If used 6 hours a day, for 180 days a year, the XD250 / XD280 can work more than 5 years without needing to change the lamp. With budgets being slashed all over the place lately, this advantage is undoubtedly an important factor in favor of these two new Mitsubishi projectors.
With their 2700 and 3000 ANSI lumens , these new models are among the brightest projectors in their range and weight, and provide enough brightness for screens up to 120 "(250cm wide x 188cm approx.) In moderate light environments. In fact, If there is little direct ambient light on the screen, these projectors can be used for even larger screens.
Both the XD250 and the XD280 have a complete connection panel: For video, they have 2 VGA inputs and one output, and an HDMI input apart from the usual S-video and composite video. This allows flexible configurations such as connecting the PC to the projector, the projector to a monitor for the teacher or speaker's table, having the other VGA input available to connect a laptop, and using the HDMI input to connect a DVD or Blu-Ray player. and show videos and movies. As for the audio, they have 2 stereo mini-jack inputs that allow you to connect, for example, the DVD and a microphone for the teacher or speaker, sound that the projector will emit with its integrated 10-watt speaker. For remote control and administration, we have both the usual RS-232 serial interface, as well as an RJ45 network connection that allows the management of the projectors of an entire building, educational center, or company to be centralized through a network.
Both XD250U and XD280U models are XGA, DLP technology, and High Contrast 2000: 1 projectors. They weigh 3.3Kg, and include Transport Bag and Remote Control. Lamp reference: VLT-XD280LP