The 122 Series is Buhl's offering with a
triplet lens for office presentation use. This open head model features brilliant clarity with larger projection stages. An E Z clean open head design allows for quick cleaning. The Rack and Pinion ...
The 120 Series is Buhl's offering for classroom
presentation use. This closed head model features brilliant clarity with larger projection stages and a dust free head provides outstanding resolution. The Rack and Pinion head allows for accurate focusing adjustment and ...
Overhead projectors are a standard piece in many classrooms and boardrooms. We offer a wide selection of overhead projectors in a variety of different styles and features. Many of our projectors are offered with lamp changers, fold-down arms, and a choice of either a single, double or triple lens. With top brands including Buhl, Epson America and Virco we are sure to have an overhead projector which will fit your needs. In addition to projectors, we carry a wide variety of projector screens including electric screens, manual screens, rear projection screens and portable screens. Whether you are shopping for projectors for a classroom or a board room, we have projecters that will meet your needs and budget! If you need help in your search for projectors, simply call our Sales and Service Squad help line. Our trained staff is here 7 days a week to help you answer any questions that you may have.
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projectors project opaque
objects, as books, on a screen,
by means of reflected light.
projectors are intended for
larger audiences. The primary
difference between transmissive
and reflective projectors is the
location of the light source. In
reflective projectors, the light
source is located in the head of
the projector; it shines down
onto the reflective stage and
then reflects back into the head
of the projector and onto the
projectors have a square-shaped
base with a transparent stage
area upon which a transparent
sheet of material can be
placed.The head contains lenses
and a mirror to project the
image onto a screen.