Acerca de iD R600
This 6,000 ANSI lumen DLP projector generates a bright, true color, SXGA+ video image on a 4:3 canvas, with a contrast ratio of more than 1500:1, resulting in the projection of high quality video and data images.
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. If your application specifically needs a multi-screen setup, Barco can offer you tailor-made solutions that are far more cost-competitive.
Connect to virtually anything
The iD R600 can show up to 2 data and 1 video sources at the same time, without optional input boards.
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 transition effects.
Dual-lamp redundancy for intensive use
- The iD R600 comes with an advanced dual-lamp system for ultimate reliability. In dual lamp mode, the iD 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 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.