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Product type Model Type of lens Picture size (diagonal) Focal length F no. Screen width to throw distance ratio Dimensions Weight Wide Conversion Lens for Projector AN-W9Z Wide conversion lens 50" to 150" 26.1 ~ 35.3mm 3.0 1.45 ~ 1.96:1 Ã 91.5 Ã 56.0 Approx. 410g
Throw distance chart
The replacement lens is a wide conversion lens. Once the lens is installed, set the picture size and the projection distance, referring to the table below. Normal mode
When using a normal screen (4:3)
In case of setting the 16:9 picture to the full horizontal width of the 4:3 screen.
Projection Distance (y) Minimum (y2) 14'7" (4.4 m) 9'8" (2.9 m) 8'1" (2.5 m) 6'11" (2.1 m) 5'8" (1.7 m)
Height Maximum (y1) 90" 19'9" (6.0 m) 60" 13'1" (4.0 m) 50" 10'12" (3.3 m) 43" 36" 9'5" (2.9 m) 7'9" (2.4 m)
The fomula for screen size and projection distance
y1 = (0.04038x â 0.06318) Ã 3.28 y2 = (0.03x â 0.06317) Ã 3.28 x : Screen size (diag.) (inches) y : Projection distance (feet) â¢ There is an error of Â±3% in the formula above.