Jan 25, 2012 10:36 AM, By Mark Johnson
Supplying 15,000 lumens, Eiki’s LC-HDT2000 features 2K resolution from the 3LCD+One imaging system, which makes the projector compatible with sources up to UXGA and WUXGA. The projector also features a self-cleaning filter with a life of up to 13,500 hours. The LC-HDT2000 offers picture-in-picture, picture-by-picture, and edge blending functions, and two unpopulated module bays for additional input options.
The Epson PowerLite Pro Z8050WNL offers 7000 lumens of light output with WXGA (1280x800) native resolution via 3-chip 3LCD technology. The projector features motorized zoom, focus, and lens shift controllable by the remote, RS-232, or IP. Also featured is a liquid cooling system for the LCD devices and a 10,000 cleaning schedule filter. Epson monitor software is included for remote monitoring and control functions.
The 3LCD Hitachi CP-SX12000 features a 10,000-hour filter, SXGA+ (1400x1050) resolution, and 7000 lumens. The projector provides 2.7 screens vertical and 2.2 screens horizontal lens shift. Additionally, a mechanical shutter provides a blank mode. Six lens options are available allowing projection onto a 100in. screen anywhere from one to 19 meters away. Maximum image size is 700in.
The IN5535 from InFocus features five optional lenses, dual lamps and WUXGA resolution. Also featured is filter-free operation and customizable skins for décor matching including matte black, matte white, glossy black, wood grain and pre-primed finishes. InFocus SplitScreen technology enables use for videoconferencing and distance learning. Light output is 6000 lumens.
Employing three Active Matrix D-ILA devices, JVC’s DLA-SH7NL provides 4096x2400-pixel resolution for simulation, 3D display medical imaging, and command and control applications. Four dual-link DVI inputs allow simultaneous multi-screen display of up to four WUXGA panels. The projector provides 5000 lumens of brightness.
The Mitsubishi UD8400U uses 1-chip DMD imaging technology and dual lamps for 1920x1200 resolution and 6500 lumens of brightness. Connectivity includes BNC and DVI-D PC inputs and BNC, S-Video, HDMI and 3G-SDI video inputs.
NEC’s new 7000-lumen, 1-chip DLP PX800X provides 1024x768 native resolution and features an OPS (Open Pluggable Specification) option slot to support a variety of input cards including HD/SD-SDI and single board computer (SBC). Additional inputs include HDMI, DisplayPort, composite, S-Video and three analog computer inputs.
The Optoma TH7500 multimedia projector uses dual lamps to deliver 6000 lumens and WUXGA resolution via single-chip DC3 DMD DPL display technology. The maximum projected image size is 500in. The projector ships with two color wheels enabling optimization for data or video program material.
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