portable Projector

LG PF50KA Portable CineBeam Projector

A 1080p digital projector up to 100" complete with a wireless bluetooth speaker, portable battery (plugs into projector via USB), tripod, and all necessary cables. Plugs into the wall or can be charged then kept charged with the included portable battery pack.

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Documentation
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Notes from Library IT Staff
  • Do not leave the projector running all day or the bulb will wear out. Only have the projector on when it is being used!
  • The projection can go up to 100 inches. To make the projection bigger, move the projector further back, then adjust the focus with the dial on top of the projector.
  • The room needs to be dark to get a clear image. This won't work in the daylight or a lit room.
  • The projector works best when plugged into a wall outlet. It has a 2.5 hour battery life when fully charged. The portable battery plugs into the USB or USB-C port of the projector. If the LED on the back of the projector is red, that means its charging. If its green, that means it's fully charged. If it is blinking red, that means it has a low charge and needs to be plugged into the wall.
  • The portable battery will not charge the projector when the projector's battery is low, it will only keep the projector's battery charged when the projector's battery is high. So if the projector needs to be charged, you need to use a wall outlet. If the projector is charged, you can either use the projector's built in battery for 2 hours before it needs to be plugged into the wall, or you can connect the portable battery and prevent the projector's battery from draining (as if it were plugged into the wall). This way, you can use the projector for several hours away from a power source.
  • Press the button on the portable battery to see how charged the portable battery is (there's 4 blue LED lights, so 1 = 25%, 4 = 100% charged). You can charge the portable battery with the included wall plug.
  • To turn on, you have to flip the on switch on the back of the projector first, then press and hold the power button on the top or on the remote.
  • The projector is meant to be used via the HDMI and USB ports. Patrons can use the built in apps and connect the projector's wifi to their network, but they are responsible for erasing their login information from the projector before returning it, and the library does not provide guides on how to use those apps.
  • The bluetooth speaker is already paired to the projector. If you'd prefer, you can use the included AUX cord connect the speaker to the projector. The reason the speaker is included is because the projector's built in speakers are low volume and we wanted true portability.