DLP Projectors: M Line: M.150

  • World 1st Multipurpose and “Green” projector line: lamp and color-wheel free
  • SIM2 SUPER PureLED™ Technology
  • Long-life, high efficiency LEDs: 30,000 hours or years of silent uncompromised 2D/3D viewing
  • Contrast ratio up to 100,000:1 with DynamicBlack
  • Ultra-fast ON/OFF, high speed commuting
  • Best colorimetry: digital cinema quality straight out of the box
  • Lens Auto-centering function
  • Advanced LED liquid cooling
  • Visit the new SIM2 M.150 website to discover the latest evolution of the M.150 system.

As the world’s first 3D active LED video interior design system, the M.150 projector is a one-of-kind solution for discerning customers who desire a unique way to enhance the beauty of their home: a window of light created with cutting-edge projection technology.

The M.150 utilizes 0.95” DarkChip4 DLP® chipset, Super PureLED and active 3D(*) technologies.

SUPER PureLED technology is a true all-digital system, with a trio of LEDs (red, green and blue) acting as both light and color source for the DLP® chipset.

The projector’s ability to render 3D images and a variety of more-consistent color gamuts, over and above those used in home theater, means that color space specifications for a wide variety of applications can be fulfilled. Indeed, the M.150 can deliver an unbelievable 128% NTSC and HDTV (REC. 709) color standards, as well as:
Adobe RGB, which is an extended color space used in critical viewing applications where exacting color reproduction is required. Such applications include: professional photography, graphics and printing, CAD/CAM labs.
CINEMA color space that responds to the highly specialized needs of post-production houses.

The M.150 projection system produces images with amazing clarity and realism, delivering 1,000 lumens light output and a contrast ratio of 100,000:1 with DynamicBlack™ technology. In the M.150 the DynamicBlack technology is completely electronic and operates on a frame-by-frame basis and at a frequency of 120 Hz.

SIM2 has made 3D vision the most natural attainable, avoiding the fatigue and perception of the ‘artificial’ image quality that is typical of other competing 3D systems.

The video processing - the same as that used in SIM2’s high-end LUMIS 3D-S 3-chip series - ensures that the image is correctly separated so that each eye (right and left) sees only the view dedicated to it. Also, the system has been endowed with three user modes, each optimized for the varying demands of sports and 3D viewing: PureFilm, PureAction and PureAction 3D (120 Hz).

The M.150 gives the viewer a totally new experience in terms of picture quality with the bonus that the user is free from lamp replacement. The typical life of the LED modules is estimated at around 30,000 hours.

The latest EasyLED software (version 2.0) enables professional calibration of all projection parameters, giving experts unprecedented control over the final image quality. And, a built-in sensor in the optical path allows the projector to maintain a constant color gamut post-calibration. The sensor is coupled with both the image processing and the firmware that controls the most important parameters, and is always active.

The stunning design of the M.150 takes cues from Italian classics, such as the legendary Brionvega’s CUBO TV, and features bold, straight edges with a contemporary appearance that immediately convey the look and feel of luxury. The M.150 is offered in crystal-glass surfaced black.

Visit the new SIM2 M.150 website to discover the latest evolution of the M.150 system.

(*) A SIM2 3D emitter and glasses pack is required to initiate this feature (sold separately).

LIGHT ENGINE

Technology 1 chip DMD 0.95” chipset by Texas Instruments
Resolution 1920 x 1080 pixels
Lighting system SUPER PureLED technology
3D Features including SIM2’s PureAction 2D/3D and SIM2’s PureMovie 2D technologies
Contrast ratio (Full ON/ Full OFF) > 100.000:1 with DynamicBlack technology
Lamp average life time 30.000 hours

INSTALLATION

Throw ratio 1.5-2.1:1 (T1 standard lens);
2.1-3.9:1 (T2 optional lens)
0.675:1 (Short Throw lens)
Motorized Lens shift V +60% / - 25%, H +/-8%
Digital keystone adjustment Vertical and Horizontal
Picture size (inches diagonal) 65-200
Aspect ratio 4:3, 16:9 Anamorphic, LetterBox, panoramic, pixel to pixel + 3 custom-user adjustments

ELECTRONICS

Horiz. & vertical scan frequency 15-80kHz/48-120Hz;
Video and Graphic standards PAL (B,G,H,I,M,N,60); SECAM; NTSC 3,58; NTSC 4,43 automatically selected;
HDTV ATSC (480p, 720p, 1080i, 1080p); EU 576p + 1080i 50Hz + 1080@24Hz;
PC graphic VGA, SVGA, XGA, WXGA, SXGA, WSXGA+, UXGA
Video processor built in
Color Space selection HDTV - EBU - SMPTE-C - ADOBE RGB - CINEMA

INPUTS/OUTPUTS

Analog 1 x Composite Video (RCA)
1 x Component Input (3x RCA)
1 x RGBHV/YCrCb (1x D-Sub 15 pin)
Digital 2 x HDMI (v.1.4 with Deep Color)
Control 1 x RS-232
USB-B type socket
Miscellaneous 3x OUT 12V (via DC Jack)

GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS

Software control upgradable via RS-232 serial interface, or USB
Power supply 100-240 VAC +/-10% (48/62 Hz)
Projector weight 20 Kg. (44 lbs)
Projector dimensions (WxHxD) 420x202x532 mm (16.5”x8”x21”)

ACCESSORIES

Supplied Installation and user manual, AC power cords (2m- 6.6 ft); backlit remote control and batteries
EasyLED 2.0 software
Optional SIM2 VISUS Active glasses, IR emitter (optional)(**)
SIM2 VISUS Active glasses (additional pairs)
SIM2 Universal Ceiling Bracket

(**) A SIM2 3D emitter and glasses pack is required to initiate this feature (sold separately).
UNIT: ASPECT RATIO:
in cm 16:9
DIAGONAL

WIDTH

HEIGHT

DISTANCE

RS232 Codes

Description: M.150 RS-232 Control 1.0
M.150 RS-232 Control 1.0
M.150 RS-232 Control 1.0
(108Kb) M.150 RS-232 Control 1.0.pdf 02.14.2012

User Manuals

Description: M.150 - User Manual - EN
M.150 - User Manual - EN
Description: M.150 User Manual - ES
M.150 User Manual - ES
M.150 User Manual - ES

Catalogs

Description: SIM2 all-inclusive catalog - December 2013
SIM2 all-inclusive catalog - December 2013
(16299Kb) SIM2_catalog_feb14.pdf 03.05.2014

Reviews

Description: SIM2 NEWS - M.150 and NERO 3D-2 latest reviews - June 2012
SIM2 NEWS - M.150 and NERO 3D-2 latest reviews - June 2012
SIM2 NEWS - M.150 and NERO 3D-2 latest reviews - June 2012
(9833Kb) SIM2_News_jun2012.pdf 06.26.2012