Optoma BG-3DRFSYSTEM 3D Glasses
For Projector, Television - Active Shutter - 150 ft - Radio Frequency - Battery Rechargeable
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Product Information for Optoma BG-3DRFSYSTEM 3D Glasses
Highlights for Optoma BG-3DRFSYSTEM 3D Glasses
The Optoma BG-3DRFSYSTEM includes both an RF emitter and one pair of RF glasses (glasses and emitter are also available for purchase separately). By plugging the emitter into the VESA 3D port on a compatible projector and putting on the glasses, users can experience 3D action and content delivered from a 3D gaming system, satellite television or Blu-Ray player. The glasses, which are powered by rechargeable batteries, can be used up to 70 hours between charges and can be recharged in 3.5 hours. RF glasses operate well at long distances (up to 150 feet) making this technology a good choice in a large venue.
Battery InformationBattery Rechargeable: YesMaximum Battery Run Time: 70 Hour
General InformationProduct Type: 3D GlassesManufacturer Part Number: BG-3DRFSYSTEMManufacturer Website Address: www.optomausa.comManufacturer: Optoma TechnologyProduct Name: BG-3DRFSYSTEM 3D GlassesBrand Name: Optoma
- BG-3DRFSYSTEM 3D Glasses
- 1 x Emitter
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Physical CharacteristicsWeight (Approximate): 2.40 ozHeight: 1.7"Width: 2.1"Depth: 6.3"
Technical InformationApplication/Usage: ProjectorFeatures: Auto On/OffViewing Distance: 150 ftGlass Technology: Active ShutterSynchronization Method: Radio Frequency