Achieves High Brightness and High Image Quality
Projection of large images with a high brightness of 8000 lm (with PX800X)
Achieves high brightness of 8000 lm through the use of a two-light lamp system. Capable of projecting clear images even onto large screens. Supports high brightness projection equivalent to a maximum of 32000 lm*¹ via a stack installation and using a dedicated software*².
*1 When using four projectors of PX800X. This will vary depending on factors like the installation environment.
*2 The "Stacking Correction Tool" utility software is needed to carry out this function.
Download of Stacking Correction Tool.
Two types of six segment colour wheels that can be chosen to suit the purpose
Exchangeable colour wheels that suit the type and colour shade of the projected image. The 6 segment white*¹ wheel is suitable when the emphasis is on brightness, while the 6 segment colour*² wheel is suitable when focusing on the colour shade.
Wide range of input/output terminals such as HDMI and DisplayPort
Cinema quality video using Hollywood Quality Video processing
HD-like vivid and crisp DVD images can be projected through Hollywood Quality Video which excels at following points and enrich your cinematic experience.
- Random and Mosquito Noise Reduction
- Video and Film Cadence Detection (3:2 and 2:2 pull down)
- Per-pixel Motion Adaptive Deinterlacing
- Detail Enhancement
- Full 10-bit processing, scaling and warping
3 : 2 Pull down Detection
WUXGA (1920×1200) panel compatible with full HD displays*
Utilises a high resolution WUXGA panel that enables the reproduction of even high-quality full HD content in its original beauty.
Pursuing easy to install
Lens shift function
By using the electric lens shift function, you can adjust the position of the projected screen up and down, and from side to side even after installation.
Lens memory function
The adjusted values can be stored in projector memory when using the LENS SHIFT, ZOOM and FOCUS buttons of the projector. Adjusted values can be applied to the signal you selected. This will eliminate the need to adjust lens shift, focus, and zoom at the time of source selection.
*NP06FL does not support the Lens memory function.
*With NP07ZL/NP08ZL/NP09ZL/NP10ZL, only value of LENS SHIFT can be stored.
With NP16FL, value of LENS SIFT/LENS ZOOM can not stored.
Supports dual layers stacking
Stacking to two layers can be facilitated by using the supplied columns. In this case, 16000 lumens* of high brightness projection is available.
360° installation angle (tilt-free) that enables vertical projection
Various type of lenses are available
*The lenses are option and for the detail and use condition, please see Lens specifications.
This function makes it easy to align the projector to the screen.
Accommodates Diverse Projection Needs
This feature adjusts the image when projecting onto specially shaped screen as below to expand your installation options.
Download of Geometric correction Tool.
Lens shutter that lets you cut off the projected image when necessary
During projection, you can temporarily turn off the projected image by pressing the shutter button on the main unit or on the remote control. This is handy when you would like to interrupt the image while it is being projected.
When the input is switched, the image displayed before switching is held so that you can see smooth image changing without black image.
*for PX750U only.
Multi screen function allowing for near seamless joins between screens
There are two methods to do this. One method involves no limit on the number of the projectors that can be used and that there is no limit to the display resolution. Manual edge blending is a standard function of the projector. *1
Another method, easy installation than the first method can also be used. It uses the detection of image distortion by use of a web camera and software, whereby the software will automatically perform the distortion correction.
*1 This method requires a high degree of installation precision and an appropriate graphics board that support edge blending is required.
Download of Multi Screen Tool.
Equipped with an optional slot compatible with SDI units and Open Pluggable specifications
Equipped with a slot in which OPS *² compatible SBCs *², expected to become the standard equipment of next generation digital signage, can be installed. Doing so allows you to use digital signage with a single power cable.
*1 Open Pluggable Specifications, which is a standard set by Intel Corporation.
*2 Single Board Controller
Image Express Utility 2.0/Image Express Utility 2 for Mac
PC Control Utility Pro 4 / Pro 5 (the attached software) is compatible with Windows 8/7/Vista/XP
The projector can be connected to a computer using a network or a serial cable, allowing various features of the projector to be controlled from a computer.
Download of PC Control Utility Pro 4.
Download of PC Control Utility Pro 5 for Mac OS.
Wired LANs and wireless LANs (optional)
Capable of long-term continuous use via the lamp auto change function when using one light
Dual lamp can support 24/7 operation
Lens shift range
*The values in the tables are design values and may vary.
NEC Projector Throw Distance Calculator : PX750U PX700W PX800X
||0.67 inch DLP
(Aspecct Ratio 16:10)
|0.65 inch DLP
(Aspecct Ratio 16:10)
|0.7 inch DLP
(Aspecct Ratio 4:3)
||Colour separation by the Colour wheel
||1920 x 1200 pixels
||1280 x 800 pixels
||1024 x 768 pixels
||See the chart of Lens specifications
|Vertical : 0 - 0.5V max, Horizontal :
± 0.1 H max
|Lamp (Eco Mode On / Eco Mode Off)
||320 W / 400 W AC
|Lamp Life *3
(Eco Mode On / Eco Mode Off)
|2500 H / 2000 H
|Image Size (Projection Distance)
||See the "Throw Distance and Screen Size"
||10-bit signal processing
(1.07 billion colours) (Viewer, Network : 16.7 million colours)
|Light Output *4 *5
|Eco Mode Off
||7500 ANSI lm
||7000 ANSI lm
||8000 ANSI lm
|Eco Mode On
||Approx. 80% of Eco Mode Off
|Contrast Ratio (White / Black) *5
||1000 : 1/2100 : 1 with Dynamic Contrast
||1920 x 1200
||1920 x 1200 with advanced AccuBrend
||15kHz to 108kHz (RGB : 24kHz or over)
conforms to the VESA standard
||48Hz to 120Hz (HDMI : 50Hz to 85Hz)
conforms to the VESA standard
||Manual Approx.±Max 35 degrees
||Manual Approx.±Max 40 degrees
||Manual Approx.±Max 30 degrees
|2 × Mini D-Sub 15 pin (Computer 1&2 IN),
1 × 5 BNC (Computer 3 IN)
||1 × HDMI Type A HDCP Supported
||1 × DisplayPort HDCP Supported
||1 × Mini DIN-4pin
||1 × BNC
||Slot for Option Unit
||1 × Mini D-Sub 15 pin (Only Computer 1 input can be output)
||1 × TypeA (for Mouse, Keyword, USB memory)
|Wireless LAN (USB Port)
|Wired LAN Port
||1 × RJ45 (10BASE-T / 100BASE-TX)
||1 × D-Sub 9 pin
||1 × Stereo Mini Jack
|Quietness (Eco Mode On / Eco Mode Off)
||39dB / 43dB
|0°C to 40°C, 20% to 80% Humidity (Non-Condensing)
|-10°C to 50°C, 20% to 80% Humidity (Non-Condensing)
||100 to 240VAC, 50Hz/60Hz
(PX750UG / PX700WG / PX800XG : 200 to 240VAC, 50Hz / 60Hz)
(100 to 120V / 200 to 240V AC)
|10.8A - 4.3A / 5.2A
(100 to 130V AC /
200 to 240V AC)
||1006 W /
|969 W /
|963 W /
||530 W /
|506 W /
|500 W /
||810 W /
|778 W /
|777 W /
||439 W /
|413 W /
|412 W /
||33 W /
|27 W /
|28 W /
||23 W /
|17 W /
|19 W /
||0.2 W / 0.4 W
||3433 BTU (Max)
||3306 BTU (Max)
||3286 BTU (Max)
|Dimensions (W x H x D)
||504 mm x 192 mm x 516 mm (Not Including Protrusions)
|Weight (Not including Lens)
|Gross Dimensions (W x H x D)
||646 mm x 419 mm x 720 mm
||Remote control, Batteries(AA x 2), Power code,
CD-ROM(User's manual/Utility software),
Dust cap for lens, Quick setup guide, Important information
*1 : Effective pixels are more than 99.99%.
*2 : The Lens Shift function is not available for the NP16FL and NP06FL.
*3 : Lamp life is defined as the average time span for the brightness of the lamp to be reduced by half, it does not refer to the warranty period for the lamp.
*4 : This is the light output value (ANSI lumens) when the [PRESET] mode is set to [HIGH-BRIGHT]. If any other mode is selected as the [PRESET] mode, the light output value may drop slightly.
*5 : Compliance with ISO21118-2005
HDCP is an acronym for High-bandwidth Digital Content Protection. High bandwidth Digital Content protection (HDCP) is a system for illegal copying of video data sent over a Digital Visual Interface (DVI). If you are unable to view material via the HDMI and DisplayPort input, this does not necessarily mean the projector is not functioning properly. With the implementation of HDCP, there may be cases in which certain content is protected with HDCP and might not be displayed due to the decision/intention of the HDCP community (Digital Content Protection, LLC) All specifications are subject to change without notice.
All specifications are subject to change without notice.