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InfoComm '09 Products: Video

Christie LED projection, Stewart Filmscreen's new-construction screens, Digital Projection's sealed projector, more

3-CHIP DLP PROJECTOR

Sharp has expanded its 3-chip DLP projector suite with the new XG-P560W model. The installed projector is the company's first professional WXGA, 0.65-inch 3-chip DLP offering, according to Sharp. It combines 5,200 ANSI lumens of brightness with 1280x800 native resolution and a 1,800:1 contrast ratio. It comes with seven interchangeable lenses and a dual-lamp lighting system that offers redundancy for uninterrupted presentations, says the company. The XG-P560W's built-in video-processing chip, the CV-IC II System, aims to smooth jagged edges, minimize image noise, and create a rectangular image using keystone correction to produce the sharpest possible image. Sharp Electronics Corp. 866-484-7825. www.sharpusa.com/projectors.

LED WUXGA PROJECTION
New at InfoComm '09

Projectiondesign is debuting its new FL32 projector, the company's first LED-based projection system. The configurable, single-chip DLP projector supports 1080p and WUXGA image resolutions (at 5,700 lumens) and can be used in front- or rear-projection installations with a contrast ratio of 7,500:1. According to the company, the product is aimed at everything from single and multichannel systems, to 24/7 process control monitoring, advanced visualization, 3D stereoscopic applications, simulation, curved domes, and single-screen video. Projectiondesign. 888-588-1024. www.projectiondesign.com.

VIDEO DISTRIBUTION
New at InfoComm '09

The recently upgraded ZvPro 250 HD video distribution system from ZeeVee now supports 1080i output. The company says its goal for the upgrade is to allow distribution of HD video using traditional methods, such as simple coax and tuners in TVs. The ZvPro 250 encodes and delivers MPEG-2 transport streams modulated as QAM256 TV channels over the full cable TV spectrum, producing HD video that can be directly received by any current HDTV. This allows end-to-end solutions to be constructed at much lower cost points, says the company. The number of HDTVs that can receive the broadcast from a single ZvPro 250 is reportedly unlimited. ZeeVee. 978-467-1395. www.zeevee.com.

EDUCATION PROJECTORS
New at InfoComm '09

Mitsubishi's XD280U and XD250U projectors come with a 10-watt loudspeaker and audio mix capability, closed-captioning decoder, visual public addressing feature, and navigation menus specifically designed for the education market. The XD280U and XD250U projectors emit 3,000 and 2,700 lumens, respectively, and have a built-in RJ-45 port for remote operation and management over a LAN, WAN, or the Internet. Simultaneous real-time Message Display via the Visual PA feature allows the administrator to remotely create and distribute messages in real time to projectors connected to the LAN. Both projectors are designed with two 3.5 mm audio inputs as well as variable audio out 3.5 mm for controlling volume levels. Mitsubishi Digital Electronics America. 800-769-1268. www.mitsubishi-megaview.com.

COLOR MONITOR

The new LM-702HD Dual 7-inch HD Color Monitor from TV One is the latest addition to the company's line of broadcast LCD displays. The device provides inputs for SDI (SD-SDI or HD-SDI) with an active looping output, analog RGBHV, YPbPr Component video, Composite video, and YC. Front-panel tally LEDs can be activated externally through the DB9 connector. The menu offers the controls to adjust the contrast, brightness, sharpness, color level, and other parameters necessary for monitor performance, while the on-screen display shows the results of each adjustment. The LM-702HD also offers a blue-only mode and a tilt feature. TV One. 800-721-4044. www.tvone.com.

DLP PROJECTOR

Optoma's new TX783 Multimedia Projector is a DLP-based projector that supports 5,000 lumens and XGA resolution with a center lens design, motorized lens shift, zoom, and focus, plus connectivity and networking capabilities to accommodate conference facilities and large auditoriums. Utilizing Texas Instrument's DarkChip3 DMD DLP and Brilliant Color technologies, the TX783 includes a 3,000:1 contrast ratio and can be operated directly through the control panel, which can be accessed with an Internet browser on a network-connected PC. Up to 99 projectors can be controlled and monitored from a master PC using the company's projector management software. Connectivity options include HDMI, DVI, VGA, S-Video, Composite, RS-232, USB, and RJ-45. Optoma Technology. 408-383-3700. www.optomausa.com.

MULTIVIEWER CARD

The new WVM6800+ Quad card from Harris is a quad-split multiviewer-in-a-card that brings high-quality, multi-image display processing functionality to the company's 6800+ modular core processing platform. The card offers auto-sensing of all input formats, including 3 Gbps, HD-SDI, SDI, and Composite sources, plus simultaneous DVI and HD-SDI outputs, says the company. As a three-slot module in the 2RU 6800+ frame, the QVM6800+ requires little rack space, which permits up to six quads to populate a single frame. The module also offers resolutions up to 1920x1200p and includes embedded audio and video alarm capabilities. Consuming as little as 15 watts of power, the QVM6800+ also provides a greener option for AV studio and production applications, according to Harris officials. Harris Corp. 330-865-7552. www.harris.com.



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