About iD Pro R600+
This product is available only for the Korean, Indian and Chinese markets.
High brightness and high-resolution, combined with a powerful display server and the robustness of a DLP™ solution, turn the iD Pro R600+ into the perfect solution for intensive use applications in bright environments such as hotels, museums, corporate imaging applications, boardrooms, conference centers, casinos, …
This 6,000 ANSI lumen DLP projector generates a bright SXGA+ video image on a 4:3 canvas, with a contrast ratio of more than 1500:1.
Barco’s latest iD R600+ series design has brought Texas Instruments Dark Metal III S single-chip DLP technology and BrilliantColor™ processing to ultimate perfection. BrilliantColor technology dramatically improves color reproduction. It brings stunning video and true-to-life photographic images by providing more colors, truer colors and a higher light efficiency to the projector.
The advanced picture-in-picture functionality for displaying multiple sources, both video and data, ensures the flexibility to show multiple windows next to one another. The advanced networking functionalities turn the iD Pro R600+ into an interactive, collaborative meeting tool.
Connect to virtually anything
The iD Pro R600+ can show up to 2 data and 1 video sources at the same time, without optional input boards. Furthermore, you can connect to your network sources and stream video from the network or connect over LAN to your PC.
Seamless source switching
Switch sources on-the-fly without distracting on-screen warning messages or irritating intervals. Go from a video to a data image in a snap, or use the special effects.
Surprise meeting participants with shared multi-site multi-windowing
The iD Pro R600+, equipped with the powerful integrated display server, can be easily connected to the user’s network infrastructure. Linking several iD Pro's to the network brings multi-windowing to multi-site meetings, with the ability to perform real-time interaction and file sharing.
By eliminating the need for travel and accelerating the decision making process, business will happen more efficient and productivity will increase, resulting in a higher return on investment.
Stream your PC's desktop over LAN
Barco’s Proximity Desktop allows to stream your desktop over LAN to the projection screen.
Easy and intuitive operation using Windows XP
Via mouse and keyboard and the familiar Windows XP user interface, the presenter can easily connect to
the network to retrieve files, stream video or share information with other users. The same mouse and keyboard are used to operate the system and to move your windows, or to connect to your sources.
The graphical user interface enables users to freely position and scale multiple window frames, change the aspect ratios, the brightness, color, and contrast levels, simply using the mouse and keyboard, eliminating the need of the traditional remote control.
Dual-lamp redundancy for intensive use
- The iD Pro R600+ comes with an advanced dual-lamp system for ultimate reliability. In dual lamp mode, the iD Pro R600+ features a 1500-hour lamp life. In single lamp mode, operation time is doubled (3000 hours), while the projector still offers sufficient brightness.
- A reliable projector concept!
Dual lamp operation. If one lamp reaches the end of its lifetime or if it fails for any reason, the second lamp will keep on running to avoid interrupting a critical presentation.
Single lamp operation. In case of unexpected failure when in single mode the switch to the second lamp will be done very fast, without going into standby mode.
- Smart switching between lamps in single lamp operation!
The iD Pro R600+ keeps track of the runtime of the lamps. It assigns one lamp until this one has been playing a total of about 100 hours. After playing 100 hours, the projector will switch to the other lamp, this way alternating between the two lamps. As both lamps reach end-of-life simultaneously, you can replace both lamps at the same moment, saving maintenance time.
Note: If the lamp reaches 100 hrs during a presentation the projector will wait for the next start-up to switch to the second lamp.