Saving More on Power Consumption with BenQ’s SmartEco™ Technology
Offering lower TCO and optimized projection through dynamic power saving, uncompromised brightness, exquisite picture quality and optimized lamp life –SmartEcoTechnology has perfected what a DLP projector can do. With this innovation, schools and corporates are able to save up to 70% of lamp power consumption and lower maintenance costs through dynamic power saving features while bringing an ultra-vivid viewing experience into every presentation.
Smart Eco Mode
The SmartEco Mode, which cleverly adjusts the lamp power to maximize power saving by delivering the best contrast and brightness performance using only as much light as needed.
296W Projector Power Consumption by Average
Enhanced Details in Darkened Scenes
163W Projector Power Consumption by Average
Eco Blank Mode
The Eco Blank mode allows teachers to blank the projection screen whenever they need to direct their students’ focus back on them – or simply when the projector is not in use. When activated, this special feature dims the lamp power automatically, lowering the total power consumption by 70%.
Full Power On
100% Lamp Power
Attention on the Projection Screen
Eco Blank Mode On
30% Lamp Power at the Lowest
Attention on the Class Instructor
No Source Detected Mode
The automatic switch to Eco Blank Mode after the projector is turned on for over three minutes without a display source, eliminating unnecessary energy waste and prolonging the life of the projector lamp.
100% Lamp Power
No Source Detected
30% Lamp Power
Audio Pass through
With the built-in speaker, the MW767 can be used as an audio system when it's on the standby mode. This saves you the trouble as well as the extra expense of getting a separate audio system.
0.5W in Standby Mode
When inactive, the MW767 keeps power consumption to a minimum with 0.5W standby power, achieving what was once a challenge for earlier projector models. This advancement in energy saving technology certainly helps extend the projector lamp life and lower energy costs.
Upper Lamp Door for Easy Lamp Access
The upper lamp door is designed for IT managers to replace the projector lamp safely and quickly. Should the projector lamp go out in the middle of the class, it can be replaced without delaying the class.
Kensington Lock to Discourage Theft
A Kensington lock is designed to enable faculty to secure their classroom projectors either to a ceiling mount or an audiovisual equipment cart, adding extra "physical" security to a classroom projector. BenQ's education projectors are each built with a security bar to help discourage theft.
LAN Control with Crestron and PJ-Link
LAN Control is designed to help IT managers perform day-to-day projector maintenance and repair tasks efficiently and effectively – offering them full access and control over every projector directly from their workstations. The MW767 offers seamless support for the Crestron and PJ-Link LAN Control system.
USB Camera for Easy Classroom Monitoring
Teachers can monitor their classroom in real-time, using their laptop via USB camera connection.