Original Ballast (Lamp Driver Board, Ignition Coil) for Business BenQ Projector MX766, MX768 PR647-9003
Part condition : NEW
SKU : 5D.J6R07.001
Ballast code : EUC 310f H/A06, PR647-9003
Compatibility : BenQ MX766, BenQ MX768
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 Lamp Driver Board for your BenQ Projector MX766 or MX768 has become defective, 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 MX766 or MX768 projector hints :
Prior considering to buy an new ballast, you should check (correct order of operations):
1. Are you able to power on the projector? (have at least one LED ON?)
2. The Colour Wheel is spinning?
3. You have OEM or Original Lamp inside? Try with original one (with proof) first!
Are OEM Lamps really Original?
When purchasing lamps, it is important to read the fine print. More often than not, an OEM lamp simply means that the lamp is manufactured by one of the 6 or so major manufacturers, and is not actually an original lamp. It is important that you evaluate your needs: if projector uptime is critical, under no circumstances should you use a cheap OEM bulb from an unknown source. Most critically, these cheap lamps are known to cause power fluctuations, leading to damaged PCB components and blown ballasts.
Ballast working principle:
Ignition failure can be detected as the electronic ballast is in open-circuit or hot lamp state, while current is small. The ballast attempts to ignite the lamp for three times, which interval is 10 minutes. If the lamp is in hot-lamp state, it can be cooled down during the interval and can be ignited normally. If the lamp is in open-circuit state, it can not be ignited during the intervals. The microprocessor stops the output of the ballast. Moreover, Short-circuit protection can be detected by the lamp voltage.