The Optoma S336 is a portable projector designed for business and education use. It features a high brightness of 3,800 lumens and a long lamp life of up to 15,000 hours, making it suitable for use in a variety of environments.
The projector has a native resolution of 800 x 600 (SVGA), which can be upscaled to 1080p for high-definition content. It also features a contrast ratio of 22,000:1, which produces deep blacks and bright whites for enhanced image quality.
The Optoma S336 has keystone correction up to ± 40° vertical, which allows you to adjust the image if the projector is placed at an angle. It also has a throw ratio of 1.94 – 2.16:1, which means it can project a large image from a relatively short distance.
In terms of connectivity, the Optoma S336 features HDMI, VGA, composite video, and audio in/out ports, which allow you to connect a wide variety of devices. It also has a built-in speaker for audio playback.
The projector is lightweight and portable, weighing only 2.4 kg (5.3 lbs), making it easy to move between different locations. It also has a compact design, measuring 316 x 244 x 108 mm (12.4 x 9.6 x 4.3 in).
The Optoma S336 includes a remote control for convenient operation, and it has a number of energy-saving features to help reduce power consumption and extend lamp life, including Eco+ mode and auto power off.
The Optoma S336 is a versatile and reliable projector that is well-suited for a range of business and education applications, thanks to its high brightness, long lamp life, and easy portability.
Optoma S336 Specifications:
- Display technology: DLP
- Native resolution: 800 x 600 (SVGA)
- Maximum resolution: 1920 x 1080 (1080p)
- Brightness: 3,800 ANSI lumens
- Contrast ratio: 22,000:1
- Aspect ratio: 4:3 native, 16:9 compatible
- Throw ratio: 1.94 – 2.16:1
- Projection distance: 1.2 – 12 m (3.9 – 39.4 ft)
- Image size: 27.5 – 303.2 in (0.69 – 7.7 m)
- Keystone correction: ± 40° vertical
- Input ports: HDMI, VGA-in, composite video, audio-in (3.5 mm), USB-A (power only)
- Output ports: VGA-out, audio-out (3.5 mm)
- Control port: RS232
- Audio: 2 W built-in speaker
- Power supply: 100-240V, 50-60Hz
- Power consumption: 295 W max (Bright mode), 245 W max (Eco mode), <0.5 W (standby)
- Noise level: 27 dB (Eco mode), 31 dB (Bright mode)
- Operating temperature: 5 – 40°C (41 – 104°F)
- Dimensions: 316 x 244 x 108 mm (12.4 x 9.6 x 4.3 in)
- Weight: 2.4 kg (5.3 lbs)
Optoma S336 Pros & Cons:
- High brightness of 3,800 lumens makes it suitable for use in bright rooms and outdoor environments.
- Long lamp life of up to 15,000 hours in Dynamic mode, which can help save on maintenance costs.
- Keystone correction up to ± 40° vertical allows for easy image adjustment if the projector is placed at an angle.
- Portable and lightweight design makes it easy to move between different locations.
- Multiple connectivity options, including HDMI, VGA, and composite video, allow for easy connection to a variety of devices.
- Built-in speaker eliminates the need for external speakers in small rooms or presentations.
- Energy-saving features, such as Eco+ mode and auto power off, help to reduce power consumption and extend lamp life.
- Low native resolution of 800 x 600 may not be suitable for displaying high-definition content.
- Limited zoom range and throw ratio may make it difficult to achieve the desired image size in some situations.
- No lens shift feature, which may make it difficult to adjust the image if the projector is not positioned perfectly.
- No 3D support, which may be a limitation for some users who require this feature.
- Audio quality may be subpar for larger rooms or presentations, which may require the use of external speakers.
Lamp of Optoma S336 & How to replace:
The Optoma S336 projector uses a lamp with the part number SP.8VH01GC01. To replace the lamp, follow these steps:
- Turn off the projector and unplug the power cord.
- Allow the projector to cool down for at least 30 minutes.
- Locate the lamp cover on the bottom of the projector and remove the screws securing it in place.
- Slide the lamp cover off and set it aside.
- Use a Phillips screwdriver to remove the screws securing the lamp in place.
- Gently pull the lamp out of the projector and set it aside.
- Take the new lamp out of its packaging and remove any protective covers or packaging.
- Align the new lamp with the slot and gently insert it into the projector.
- Use a Phillips screwdriver to secure the lamp in place with the screws.
- Replace the lamp cover and secure it in place with the screws.
- Plug in the power cord and turn on the projector.
- Reset the lamp hours in the projector’s menu to ensure accurate lamp life tracking.
Note that the Optoma S336 projector has a lamp timer that will alert you when it is time to replace the lamp. It is recommended to replace the lamp as soon as the warning message appears to ensure optimal performance and avoid damage to the projector.
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