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Ask Proxima C315 DLP Video Projector

Ask Proxima C315 Video Projector

Ask Proxima C315 MSRP: $1,399


The ASK Proxima C315 is colorful, vividly colorful. Powered by the new BrilliantColor™ chipsets from DLP® the C315 has flawless color accuracy with the same 24-hour reliability and filter-free design DLP customers have come to love. Hosting 3000 lumens, and a 1400:1 contrast ratio this projector is built for large meeting rooms and many pairs of sharp eyes. Onboard digital, analog, audio and RS-232 connectivity enable the C315 to project advanced, high-resolution XGA content, up as high as UXGA (1600 x 1200) without a hitch.

Color Accuracy:
DLP® chipsets with BrilliantColor™ technology enable ASK Proxima projectors to use far more available space on the color wheel, effectively increasing luminance as well as color depth. Fine-tuning of this process has yielded impeccable true-to-source image reproduction, breathtaking contrast accuracy and ultimate clarity.

High Resolution Display:
The ASK Proxima C250, C250W & C315 are all compatible up to UXGA (1600x1200) resolution and will automatically adjust image size to fit your computer output. This level of detail makes for truly impressive large-format viewing where details can speak for themselves in document sharing, rendering presentations and video playback.

Projector Reliability:
It’s well known that ASK Proxima projectors with DLP® technology outlive most other products available. Thanks to filter-free engineering there aren’t any parts to clean or replace, nor annoying warning messages to disable. With a 3500 hour lamp delivered in the C250, C250W & C315 it will be many years until your projector needs any kind of service.


  • Native 1024 x 768 XGA Resolution
  • 3000 ANSI Lumens Brightness
  • 1400:1 Contrast Ratio
  • VGA (D-sub 15) PC input
  • Filter-free design
  • Onboard digital, analog, audio and RS-232 connectivity
  • Compatible up to UXGA (1600x1200)
  • 3500 hour lamp life


Native Resolution XGA 1024 x 768
Display Technology DLP® by Texas Instruments™: 0.7" DDP w/BrilliantColor™
Computer Input Sources M1-DA, VGA (HD15), S-video, Composite Video, Audio (3.5mm), RS232
Computer Compatibility VGA, SVGA, XGA, WXGA, SXGA, WSXGA, SXGA+, UXGA
Video Compatibility NTSC/NTSC4.43, PAL,PAL-M, SECAM, SDTV (480i, 576i), EDTV (480p, 576p), HDTV (720p, 1080i)
Contrast Ratio 1400:1
Standard Projection Lens F number: F2.3~F2.7, Focal length: 23.6~28.25mm
Zoom Ratio 1.2:1 (manual zoom)
Throw Ratio 1.83 - 2.27 (Throw Distance/Image Width)
Projection Distance 4.9-32.8ft (1.5-10m)
Image Offset ratio (%) 115%
Image size (diagonal) 30~300" (0.7~8.0m)
Projection Methods Front, Ceiling-front, Ceiling-rear
Dimensions: 8" x 15 "x 20" (20.32 x 38.1 x 50.8cm) HxWxL)
Shipping Weight: 10 lbs (4.54kg)
Computer Input Sources M1-DA, VGA (HD15), S-video, Composite Video, Audio (3.5mm), RS232
Digital Keystone Correction (Vertical) +30/-25 degrees
Projector Control RS-232
Output Sources Variable Audio (3.5mm Stereo), Monitor Out (VESA)
Audio 3.0-Watt
Brightness 3000 max ANSI lumens
Number of Colors 16.7 million
Projector Interface Languages English, German, French, Italian, Spanish, Norwegian, Portuguese, Simplified Chinese
Lamp 200W SHP / 2000 hours*
Synch Range 15.6-85kHz (Hor) , 48-58Hz (Ver)
Power Consumption 272 Watts (Normal), 205 Watts (Eco mode)
Power Supply 100V - 240V at 50/60 Hz
Operating Temperature 10°- 35°C at sea level (0 to 7,500'/2,286meters); 50° - 95° F
Audible Noise 35dB
Approvals UL and c-UL (US/Canada), FCC-A (US/Canada), CE (CE member countries), GOST (Russia), TUV GS (Germany), CCC (China), IRAM (Argentina), NOM (Mexico), C-Tick (Australia)
Lamp Warranty 6 months
Product Warranty 2 years
Filter Free Design and 24 hour operation compatible
Accessories Warranty 90 days
Ships Standard With AC power cord (1.8m), M1-HD15(VGA) cable (1.8m), Remote controller w / battery, Multi-language user's guide CD, Warranty card, Safety card, Lens cap w / attachment cord

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