The New XD3200U Comfort Redefined
Large-screen reproduction of high-quality images. Breathtaking and powerful.But image quality is not the only improvement to our large-screen projectors.Mitsubishi Electric’ s new projectors are designed for easy installation and maintenance, superior operability and a comfortable viewing experience.Welcome to the future of high-lumen projectors.
Operation Simplified with Mitsubishi Electric’s User-friendly Design
Low Maintenance & High Durability
New Color Wheel System
Dust can easily accumulate on the color wheel sensors of previous models.
But the sensor in now mounted in the rotary shaft motor casing, which is almost fully enclosed, making it much less likely for dust to collect on the sensor.
Previous color wheel design
Dust accumulates on the sensor and thick part of the timing mark blocking the path of the light when using the light signal method. This interferes with the color distinction process, causing poor color alignment and breaking.
New color wheel illustration
The base spins together with the color wheel.
The wind pressure created by the centrifugal force keeps dust from entering through the gap (less than 1mm or 1/25in). The magnet is embedded in the base, so there is no protruding part for dust to accumulate on. Even if dust does accumulate, since a magnetic signal method is used, the signal passes through the dust without any problem of color distinction.
DLP™ projectors are structurally airtight, therefore an intake filter is unneeded, eliminating filter changing and lowering costs.
New Lamp Drive System
Up until now, the electrodes in the lamp deteriorated more quickly when using the projector for long periods of time, resulting in a loss of brightness.
This projector incorporates an optical design that optimizes lamp operation to realize a lamp drive that makes it possible to stabilize the shape of the electrode during long-term use. As a result, the maximum lamp service life is obtained for every projection mode and loss in projection brightness is extended over a longer period of time.
Initially, the gap between the electrodes is small and the arc density is high, resulting in high brightness. The distance between the electrodes increases as they wear causing a decrease in arc density, which also results in a loss of brightness. Adoption of a new lamp drive system prevents electrode wear, giving the lamp a longer service life and enabling it to retain projection brightness over a longer period of time.
Long 4000hr Lamp Life
The XD3200U has a lamp temperature controlling system that enables a lamp life of up to 4000hours.(*1) Long-life lamps make dramatic reductions in overall cost of ownership by reducing the frequency of lamp replacement.
Lamp Replacement Frequency(*2)
When lamp is used in "Low" mode. Maximum life in "Standard" mode is 2000hr.
Lamp life refers to the average time required for brightness to be reduced by half, and not the time specified in the warranty. Use time may vary widely according to the environment and conditions, and whether or not cleaning and other maintenance procedures are followed.
Side Access Lamp & Center Lens Designs
The lamp can be accessed from the side of the projector, simplifying the replacement process, as the projector does not have to be turned around when sitting on a shelf or turned over when suspended from the ceiling.
The center-set lens design makes set-up easy since the projector lens need only to be aligned with the center of the screen.
Quick Lens Change
The top cover has a cut-out around the lens.
This advanced feature enables the lens to be changed without removing the entire top cover.
Ultra - quiet 26dBA Operation
The fan noise from a projector can be annoying during a presentation or videoconference. But with the adoption of a hermetically sealed color wheel and improved air duct path, that’s a thing of the past.
The XD3200U has a significantly low fan noise of only 26dBA (lamp in Low mode). As a result, audiences can enjoy presentations and conferences with the distraction of projector noise.
The air duct flow design has been improved so that fan noise doesn’t interfere with the intake-air flow. Additionally, the fan noise is blocked from direct exit, realizing a significant reduction in operation noise.
User Logo Projection
A user-created image (logo, picture, etc.) can be loaded into the projector and used as the start-up image or the stand-by screen.
Stand-by Power Consumption Under 1W*
We are always striving to protect the global environment and save energy, which has resulted in stand-by power consumption being reduced to under 1W*.
* Less than 2W in Normal mode (network turned on).
Stunning Beautiful Colors & High-quality Design
Brilliant Color™ and Mitsubishi Electric Engineering Yield Superior Color Performance
Brilliant Color™, one of the latest innovations from Texas Instruments, produces amazingly rich and vibrant colors. We developed a 5-segment color wheel (R, G, B, W and Y), and combining it with Brilliant Color™ and selective lamp-powered modulation techniques, the XD3200U intelligently reproduces colors that improve the intensity and vibrancy across the entire screen.
4-segment (RGBW) color wheel
5-segment (RGBWY) color wheel
Lamp Power Modulation
Presentation Mode (for high brightness)
Light intensity increases for the white and yellow segments of the color wheel, giving greater emphasis to bright colors in more vivid tones.
Auto Mode (for color reproduction)
Light intensity increases for the RGB segment on the color wheel, ensuring ample brightness while screening brilliant colors.
The XD3200U delivers super-bright 4500lm images. It's the ideal brightness for giving presentations in large meeting rooms and conference halls.
Precise Gradation Reproduction
Well-established DDP3020 DLP™ data processor
High-speed LVDS (low-voltage differential signal)
10-bit I/P conversion circuit eliminate jaggies
Lavish Functions to Fully Savor the Job
Motor-driven Lens Shift* & High Contrast of 2500:1(*)
*Function adjusts image in four directions (up/down/left/right) without touching the projector.
Connect a computer with ProjectorView™ installed to a LAN for wired operation and monitoring of several different projectors.