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Casio Releases New Mercury-free Ultra Short-Throw Projector
3,100 Lumens High Brightness Delivered by Casio's Laser & LED Hybrid Light Source, Plus Outstanding Smart Device Connectivity

TOKYO, April 1, 2014 — Casio Computer Co., Ltd. announced today the upcoming release of a new ultra short-throw projector in July. The mercury-free XJ-UT310WN offers high-brightness performance of 3,100 ANSI lumens, and can also be operated from various smart devices such as tablets and smartphones.

In April 2010, Casio launched its first projector with its original Laser & LED Hybrid Light Source. This Casio technology offered a high brightness of 2,500 lumens without using a mercury lamp. Since then, the company has equipped all its projectors with this mercury-free light source and helping to reduce environmental impact.

The new XJ-UT310WN is an ultra short-throw projector that can project a large 80-inch image from a distance as near as 27 centimeters. It is equipped with the latest Laser & LED Hybrid Light Source, which uses a DLP® chip to project the three basic colors of red, blue and green. Red is produced with a high-brightness red LED, while blue comes from a blue laser, and green is realized using a fluorescent material that converts blue laser light to green.

With a low power consumption of just 230 watts, the new projector still produces high brightness of 3,100 lumens. The light source has a long life of about 20,000 hours. Thanks to these outstanding features, the new projector offers a lower total cost of ownership and reduced environmental impact. The projector even has approximately two gigabytes of internal memory. The projection files can be downloaded to the memory over a wireless network, enabling easy projector use without a PC.

Casio is preparing smart-device applications*A to offer a variety of features useful in education and business settings. By linking a tablet or smartphone to the XJ-UT310WN, the user can control the projector from the smart device. This will be perfect for presenters that like to move around the classroom or into the audience to deliver a more dynamic talk.
*A In conjunction with the launch of the XJ-UT310WN, Casio plans to offer an Android application at Google Play, and an iOS application at the Apple App Store.

Features of the Smart-Device Applications

• PC remote operation

This feature enables the user to operate a PC that is connected to the XJ-UT310WN from the smart device. It allows the instructor or presenter to move around the room without having to return to the PC, and lets him or her interact more with the students or audience.

• Camera image projection

Images captured by a smart-device camera can be projected by the XJ-UT310WN in real time. For example, a teacher can walk around the classroom and capture images of students' group work and instantly project them on the screen. This allows information to be quickly shared with the whole class.

• Content projection

This feature enables the XJ-UT310WN to project education or presentation materials stored in apps. The Internet browser screen on the smart device can also be projected, enabling the easy creation of lessons or presentations containing the latest information.

• Projector operation

This feature enables the XJ-UT310WN to be operated from the smart device. The projection content source can be switched between PC, AV and other input devices, internal memory, and USB connected device. The sound and picture, including features such as freeze and blank screen, can also be adjusted, along with a variety of other operations.





3100 lumens

Light Source

Laser & LED Hybrid

Estimated Life of Light Source

20,000 hours

Display System

DLP® chip × 1, DLP® system

Display Chip

Chip Size

WXGA 0.65 inches (Aspect ratio: 16:10)

Number of Pixels

1,024,000 (1280 × 800)

Contrast Ratio


Vertical Keystone Correction

±5° (manual)

Projection Lens

Fixed zoom, manual focus

F2.3 / f4.2

Projected Image Size

50 to 110 inches



60-inch Screen

0.13 m (0.4 ft)

100-inch Screen

0.40 m (1.3 ft)

Minimum Distance

0.06 m (0.2 ft)

Throw Ratio

0.28:1 (60-inch Screen)

Color Reproduction

Full color (16.77 million colors)

Scanning Frequencies


15 to 102 kHz


50 to 120 Hz



RGB Signal

Native: 1280 × 800

Maximum: 1600 × 1200 (UXGA) resizing

Component Signal

Maximum: 1920 × 1080 (HDTV 1080P)

HDMI Signal

Maximum: 1920 × 1080 (HDTV 1080P)

Video Signal



RGB Input

Component Input

Computer terminal: RGB 15-pin mini D-Sub × 2

Used for both RGB input and component (YCbCr/YPbPr) input

RGB output

Monitor out terminal: RGB 15-pin mini D-Sub × 1

Digital Video Input

HDMI input terminal: HDMI type A terminal × 1

HDCP support, audio signal support

Analog Video Input

Composite (RCA) terminal × 1, S-Video terminal × 1

Audio Input

RCA R/L terminals, 3.5 mm stereo mini jack × 2

Audio Output

3.5 mm stereo mini jack × 1

Mic Input*2

3.5 mm monaural mini jack × 1

USB Host

USB type A × 1

USB Device

USB type B × 1

Micro-USB type B × 1: For user to store start-up logo data

Control Terminal

RS-232C (D-sub 9 pin) × 1

LAN Terminal

RJ-45 × 1, 100BASE-TX/10BASE-T

Internal Memory

Approx. 2GB


16W × 1, monaural

Wireless Support

IEEE 802.11b/g/n compatible

Connection by Network

Smart Devices

Supports Android devices running original Casio software*3

Supports iOS devices running original Casio software*3

Windows® PC

Supports Windows® PCs with network connection*4

Apple Mac

Supports Mac with network connection*4

Projection with File Viewer

Compatible File Formats

PDF, JPEG, BMP, PNG, GIF, AVI (MJPEG video, ADPCM audio),?

MOV (H.264 video, ADPCM audio or AAC audio), MP4 (H.264 video, AAC audio)

Other File Formats

ECA, PtG*4*5

USB Display


Intelligent Brightness Control


Eco Mode


Direct Power-on


DLP® 3D Projection Ready


Security Compatibility

Kensington-compatible, power-on password

Other Functions

Digital zoom, rear-projection, freeze, color mode, blank screen, wall mount*6

Power Source

AC100~240V, 50/60Hz

Power Consumption

Bright Mode


Normal Mode


Eco Mode Level 1


Eco Mode Level 5







Dimensions (WxDxH)

338 x 333 x 153

413 x 333 x 153 mm (incl. cable cover)


Approx. 5.5 kg

Included Accessories

Wireless remote control (YT-140), test batteries (AAA-size × 2),

AC power cord, RGB cable, setup guide, warranty, wireless adapter

*1. When using Bright mode.

*2. Plug-in power type microphones are not supported.

*3. In conjunction with the launch of the XJ-UT310WN, Casio plans to offer an Android application at Google Play, and an iOS application at the Apple App Store.

*4. Various types of connectivity software will be provided on the Casio website ( in July 2014.

*5. PowerPoint files are converted using original Casio software, including animation effects.

*6. Wall mount kit (YM-80) required (sold separately).

*7. When specified for “Remote Off”

Main Options for Casio’s New Projectors




Wall Mount


3D Glasses for Casio projector


Casio 3D Converter

High-Definition Multimedia Interface is a trademark or registered trademark of HDMI Licensing, LLC.

Android and Google Play are trademarks of Google Inc.

Apple is a registered trademark of Apple Inc. in the United States and/or other countries. App Store is a service mark of Apple Inc.

Windows and PowerPoint are registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and/or other countries.

Other company and product names are generally registered trademarks or trademarks of the respective companies.

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