Feb 28, 2013 8:44 PM, By Bennett Liles
Boxlight has equipped the Pro7501DP 7500-lumen DLP projector with dual-lamp switching technology, native 1600x1200 resolution, and an array of interchangeable lenses. Capable of showing an image up to 500 diagonal inches, the unit can accommodate input formats including 15-pin analog I/O, component, composite, S-Video, RGBHV on BNC, and DVI-D with control on LAN, serial, and IR (with laser pointer) along with a 12V trigger switch. Lens options include a 11.4mm fixed lens, 32mm to 63mm zoom, and a 63.5mm to 117.4mm power zoom lens. The Pro7501DP has a four-segment color wheel with an option for a six-segment version, and it includes a built-in pair of 3W speakers.
The 7000 lumens LV-7590 LCD projector from Canon offers versatility through interchangeable lenses, precise color control, a multi-use remote control unit, and an automatic filter replacement function that detects air filter clogging. The unit also features an automatic shutdown with the shutter control so that the projector does not run for long periods with the shutter closed. The range of video input formats includes 15-pin D-sub for analog RGB I/O, component and composite video on RGB terminals, S-Video, and 5-BNC for more analog inputs. Audio I/O is on stereo mini, and there is a 9-pin serial terminal for control. Lens options include a wide-angle fixed model and several zoom lenses.
Pure size and power are not the only notable features of the Christie Digital CP4230 4K DLP digital cinema projector. Fully DCI compliant and 3D capable, the unit can fit an assortment of lenses through which it fires 34,000 lumens and fills a screen up to 105ft. in size. With a 4096x2160 resolution, the device can accept input directly from a cinema server or from a DVI-D video source. Control is handled through serial, GPIO, Ethernet, and the simple contact closure (SCSI) port. The unit may also be fitted with the Christie Integrated Media Block (IMB), which converts and delivers packaged feature-film content within a secure, DCI-compliant environment.
Digital Projection has designed the new Titan WUXGA Quad 2000 3D with an active 3D connectivity, built-in warp and blend capability for projection surfaces with complex geometry, and 16,000 lumens brightness powered by four 450W high-intensity discharge lamps. Using the Titan Quad’s onboard tiling function, each unit in a multi-projector array can be assigned a position within an image matrix. Video processing shows the appropriate portion of the input image and automatically applies blending. The projector handles a wide range of digital input formats including HDMI, RGBHV, SD/HD-SDI, DVI, along with analog in component, composite, and S-Video. Monitoring and control are via RS-232 and LAN in addition to remote control on wired and wireless IR.
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