Genuine ColorWheel + Sensor Board for Home BenQ Projector W1110
Part condition : NEW
SKU : 6E.JEE08.001
Ballast code : N/A
Compatibility : BenQ W1110
Genuine spare part suitable for select models of BenQ Video Projectors. Please check the suitable model fit list to ensure that this is the correct part for your BenQ product.
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If the Color Wheel for your BenQ Projector W1110 has become defective or broken, there's no need to worry about buying a whole new BenQ Projector - simply replace it with this spare today. This genuine spare from iNeedParts can be fitted to ensure your old BenQ Projector is looking and working at its best once again
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iNeedParts repair W1110 tips, regarding ColorWheel :
Prior considering to buy an new ColorWheel, you should check :
Colour wheels are made to Spin at a precise number of revolution per minutes. When the colour wheel becomes sooty and slows down, stop spilling or spins too fast, the optical sensor (located on sensor board) sends a signal to the projector that provokes a shutdown. In many cases, the sensor "read" is blocked by dust. Clean very carefull the sensor - from sensor board.
Few symptoms that indicate failure on Color Wheel
Listen for a loud whirring sound. One of the main things the color wheel does is spin. When a color wheel needs to be changed, the motor that spins the wheel may start spinning erratically, which leads to visual problems with the Projector. When that motor spins erratically it will make a loud whirring noise. This sound is the chief indicator (aside from any flaws in your projector's image) that you'll need to invest in a new Color Wheel.
Look for color distortion to appear in the picture, even after you make adjustments to the Projector's settings. If the colors seem "off" (meaning that they look unnatural, or that a few colors are dominant when they should not be), this could be an indication that your color wheel is faulty and will need to be replaced. When a color wheel is functioning as it should, all the colors on your DLP Projector will look natural and appealing.
Color Wheel basics:
The Projector Color Wheel in DLP projector, plays the role of color separation and processing. There is a very thin metal layer coated in the surface of the projector color wheel. The color wheel is coated with red, green, blue, white and even yellow. There is a variable speed motor in the color wheel. The motor drives the rotation of the color wheel to achieve separation and filtration. Therefore, with the effect of the color mixing, the projected image appears "color" (without the ColorWheel, image is Black & White). The projector manufacturer, in order to improve the color and sharpness, also add the white yellow and pink color panel to the Color Wheel.