InFocus highlights stacking benefits of IN5120 projector series

InFocus is highlighting the stacking capability of its IN5120 series pinpointing fail-safe operation, high brightness and 3D passive stereo projection as advantages.

Users of the IN5122 (XGA, 1024 x 768) and IN5124 (WXGA, 1280 x 800) inorganic LCD models can create a projection set up with two projectors stacked on top of each other. The IN5120 series projectors have three indents on the top of their cabinets, designed to locate with the feet of another.

The IN5120’s lens shift allows the images to be aligned and the lenses locked into place.

Individual corner correction enables the exact convergence of the two images. The control of both projectors can be synced by connecting a serial cable between them and by activating the stacking feature in the menus. The projectors will then perform as a single dual lamp projector, controlled on a network through the LAN connector (RJ-45) and by common control systems like Extron, Crestron, AMX or Kramer.

Connection options include USB A and B, HDMI 1.3, VGA, component, S and composite video, four assignable audio inputs, a mike input, five BNC inputs and RS232.