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Hitachi CP-A301N, CP-AW251N, CP-A221N

Mar 5, 2012 1:05 PM

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Hitachi announced the CP-A301N, CP-AW251N, and CP-A221N ultra-short throw 3LCD projectors. All three can project an 80in. image at 9in. from the front of the projector, making them ideal for use in classrooms, conference rooms, and applications where space is limited. The CP-A301N, CP-AW251N, and CP-A221N combine compact size, light weight (8.6lbs) and versatile features. Their ultra-short-throw lens design enables them to be mounted close to a projection screen or whiteboard, which prevents obstructed images and shadows and avoids light shining in the presenter’s eyes. The projectors offer extended 5,000-hour lamp life (in Ecomode). All three models can also be used with an optional tabletop stand that enables images to be projected directly onto a tabletop. The projectors’ Perfect Fit 2 image adjustment system corrects for any geometric image distortion and fits the images to the screen or tabletop. All three projectors feature network connectivity via an RJ-45 Ethernet jack. Hitachi’s PJMessenger function allows text messages and audio alerts to be sent on all networked projectors. The projectors provide XGA and WXGA resolution with up to 3,000 lumens (depending on model), and include a host of inputs and outputs including HDMI, S-Video, and composite video inputs, USB and RGB computer connections, RCA, stereo mini-jack and microphone audio inputs, and audio and video monitor outputs. In addition, an RS-232 port enables integrated system control when used with control systems including Crestron and AMX. All include a built-in 10W audio amplifier and the mic input operates even if the projector is in standby mode. Additional features include a security sensor that disables the projector if it is moved without authorization, a power-saving standby mode, a hybrid filter that provides up to 4,000 hours between maintenance, an two optional wall-mount arms. Price: NA

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