Navitar, Inc. Presentation Products Division The largest Manufacturer in the World of After-Market Projection Lenses. Presented By: Bob Prato – Training Mgr. March 2007. Why Buy Navitar?. Price / Value Selection Innovation Customer Service Evaluation Program Manufactured in US.
Bob Prato – Training Mgr.
3 Things You Need to Know to Select Your Replacement Lens:
(#2 and #3 Need to be in Same Units of Measurement)
Distance to Width Ratio
Distance to Width Ratio = Throw Distance Image Width
Example: 44’ Throw Distance
120” Diagonal Screen (8’ wide x 6’ high)
Distance to Width Ratio = 44 8
Distance to Width Ratio = 5.5:1
Navitar will publish the Distance to Width Ratio (Throw Ratio) that any given lens will produce on the projector it is designed to be used with.
Performance vs. Price has come to a point where physically smaller projectors are now being used in situations where as little as two years ago they would not have been a viable solution
How do you get a 3 pound lens into a 8 pound projector?ScreenStar Conversion Lenses
Being an innovative manufacture has lead us to offer the ScreenStar conversion lenses for portable and ultra-portable projectors
Accessory lenses that are external to the projectorScreenStar Conversion Lenses
SSW06 – 50% Larger Image List $1,497.00 Dealer $990.00
SSW08 – 25% Larger Image List $ 990.00 Dealer $660.00
SST150 – 33% Smaller Image List $1,497.00 Dealer $990.00
SST120 – 17% Smaller Image List $ 990.00 Dealer $660.00
* Designed for .99” display panel size projectors and smaller
SSC065 - 50% Larger Image List $897.00 Dealer $598.00
SSC08 – 25% Larger Image List $597.00 Dealer $398.00
SSC125 – 20% Smaller Image List $597.00 Dealer $398.00
Physically smaller and lighter weight lenses better suited for the small low cost projectors
* Designed for .7” display panel size projectors and smaller
P/N 1-17262 Large fits
SST 150 & SSW 06
P/N 1-17263 Medium Fits
SST 120 & SSW 08
P/N 1-17264 Small Fits
SSC 125, SSC 08 & SSC 065
Navitar’s online expert for determining the correct NuView replacement lens foryour projector
Calculator will automatically determine the (W) (H) (D) of the screen size after inputting only one dimension based on the aspect ratio selected.Lens Finder will highlight the proper lens based on your input along with the minimum and maximum range if it is a manual zoom lens.
You can adjust the Projector Throw Distance by either left clicking your mouse on the image of the projector and moving it in and out, left clicking your mouse on the Projector Throw Distance slide bar or using the up/down arrows next to the distance.
Adjusting the Projector Throw Distance to 70’ requires a different lens.Since this is a manual zoom lens you are also being shown the range that this lens will work in to get the requested screen size.
If you adjust your throw distance and there are no NuView replacement lenses highlighted, the lens finder can help you with possible alternatives.
You can use your mouse and click on any of the Part #’s that are listed and you will be provided with the Distance that lens will need to be at to produce the screen size that was inputted into the Lens Finder.This can be helpful if there is some flexibility in your install.