- Product description
InFocus IN119BBSuitable for
- 60% Business
- 40% School
The IN119BB projector does more with ultra-long lamp life, high brightness, and amazing connectivity. Beam more perfect images and engage your audience with 2 HDMI inputs, VGA, video, and audio capability. Plus, the compact design and lightweight makes it as easy to move around as it is to install.
Low Latency Gaming Mode
Improved communication time from the input source to your projector allows for an enhanced gaming experience.
USB-A Power for Devices
Power your external devices like Amazon Firestick or Roku with the convenient USB-A input right on the projector.
Industry-leading Lamp Life
The IN119BB features up to an unprecedented 15,000 hours of lamp life when used in Dynamic Mode. With no filters to replace, these projectors are an unbeatable value.
An extra HDMI connection allows for multiple digital sources to be connected avoiding the need to change cables.
Get better, brighter images on any surface, in any light. The IN119BB has up to 3400 lumens.
The zoom ratio adds flexibility for installations using pre-existing mounts. Adjust the zoom to create the perfect image in the same space.
- Technical data
Manufacturer InFocus Name InFocus IN119BB SKU 1000015150 Products EAN 797212999856 Application Business projector, Education projectors Product Type DLP Lamp type Metal halide lamp ANSI lumens 3400 ANSI lumens ANSI lumens (eco) 2720 ANSI lumens Resolution 1920 x 1200 WUXGA Format 16:10 Contrast 30000 : 1 Operating noise 30 dB Operating noise eco 26 dB Lamp life 8000 hours Projection ratio 1.47-1.62 : 1 Vertical keystone correction 40 ° Inputs 2 x HDMI Inputs,1 x VGA Inputs,1 x 3.5mm Jack Product dimensions (width) 31.3 cm Product dimensions (height) 10.7 cm Product dimensions (depth) 23.6 cm Product weight (net) 2.6 Colour Black Condition New Warranty type Bringin service
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- Contact person
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