“RICOH PJ WX3340N/X3340N/WX4240N/X4240N,” released in January 2013, are data projectors that drastically save energy, have excellent user-friendly functions, and support both wired and wireless LAN. Thanks to SoC*1, which we have uniquely developed, unnecessary electricity use can completely be cut in network standby mode. This mechanism allowed for first time in the world, projectors to put out less than 1 W of electricity consumption in network standby mode*2. This level of electricity consumption has already met the standard in the third stage of implementation (2019), which is the strictest regulation in the “Network Standby Regulation” contained in the European Directive ErP (Energy related Products)*3.
In addition, the projectors reduce light intensity by 70% (compared with conventional projectors) with no signal input, and compensate for illuminance while detecting the brilliance of the room light or projected images. These functions drastically reduce electricity consumption during operation.
Furthermore, “RICOH PJ WX3340N/X3340N/WX4240N/X4240N” all have excellent user-friendly functions. The front side, on which the lens is mounted, is equipped with connectors and the exhaust slot. This configuration does not cause problems such as too many cables getting in the way or hot air blowing from the projector onto people at the table. These projectors have evolved the concept of “user-friendliness and energy conservation,” thus creating new work styles.
In the past, it was impossible to cut electricity to an entire device while in network standby mode. However, thanks to SoC*, which we have uniquely developed, electricity (other than electricity used for monitoring signals from external devices) can be completely cut in network standby mode. A super short focus projector, “RICOH PJ WX4130N,” which was released in January 2012, achieves less than 1 W of electricity consumption while in network (wired LAN) standby mode.
The front side, on which the lens is mounted, is equipped with connectors such as for an RGB cable. This configuration avoids the need for many cables to be randomly routed on the table. Also, the exhaust slot is mounted on the front side. This configuration prevents hot air from being blown towards people at the table, thus sparing them from discomfort.