A1 wall mount / boom - Short 60 - 80" screen (for EDA101/111/100, CPA100)
A1 wall mount / boom - Long 100" screen (for EDA101/111/100, CPA100)
TT100 - Table Top Kit for EDA100/110/CPA100
AC100-120 / 220-240 V, auto switching
2 x 15-pin Mini D-sub
1 x 15-pin Mini D-sub
1 x RCA Jack
1 x S-Video Jack
1 x Component
2 x Stereo Mini Jack
1 x RCA (L/R) Pair (Selectable on OSD)
1 x Stereo Mini Jack
1 x 9-pin D-sub for RS232 control
1 x RJ-45
1 x USB type B for mouse control
UL60950 / C-UL, FCC Part 15 Class B, 'CE, AS / NZS CISPR22 Class B
MENU: 17 Languages
Freeze, Magnifying, Blank, Auto adjustment, Search, Page UP & DOWN (for USB mouse function)
Equalising Gamma Correction, 2-3 pull down, Progressive Scan, Noise Reduction
Manual Vertical Keystone 5 degrees (@XGA 60HZ)
MyScreen, My Memory, My Button, Blackboard / Whiteboard mode, Day time mode, Input source naming (English), Resolution setting
Easy Lamp replace from top, Back side filter
Quick ON, Direct ON, Direct Off
PIN lock, MyScreen PIN lock, Keypad lock, Kensington slot, E-mail alert
397 x 131 x 356 mm (excluding feet and extrusion, when mirror is closed)
5.9 Kg (Target)
29dB / 35dB (target)
8 Bits / colour, 16.7M colours
Normal Mode - 2500 Lumens, Whisper Mode - 2000 Lumens
Motorised mirror. Mirror opens when the lamp is turned on, and closed when the lamp is off. Electronic focus. Digital zoom.
IBM Compatible VGA, SVGA, XGA, SXGA, UXGA compressed, MAC 16"
NTSC / PAL / SECAM / PAL-M,N / NTSC4.43 SDTV: 525i(480i), 525p(480p), 625i(576i) HDTV: 750p (720p@60Hz), 1125i(1080i@50 / 60Hz)
Lamp indicator light, Power light, Ceiling Mount image, Rear Projection image
There are 2 main factors determining how many ANSI lumens you need. Screen size and ambient light. The larger the screen and the more ambient light present, the higher the ANSI lumens required will be. Other factors affecting required brightness include, Screen type and type of images displayed.
NB. For education uses in the UK there is a limit of 1500 Lumens.
Hitachi projectors are compatible with all Apple Macintosh computers for direct connection from the MAC computer to the projector. Some Macintosh computers may require an additional adapter. Network features are not supported unless the MAC has the capability of also running Windows OS.
3LCD is the most widely used projection technology system in the world. 3LCD technology employs three high-temperature polysilicon liquid crystal displays (HTPS LCDs), hence the name 3LCD. This is how 3LCD technology works: white light is divided into red, green, and blue using two dichroic mirrors, special mirrors that transmit light with a certain wavelength. Each colour is then passed through a dedicated LCD, before being combined with the other colours in a prism. The image is then ready to be projected onto the screen. DMD™* (Digital Micromirror Device) is a display technology where hundreds of thousands of carefully positioned micromirrors are arranged on a semiconductor substrate. Each mirror corresponds to a pixel and projects an image by reflecting the light from the source. 1-chip, and 3-chip systems are available. DLP™ (Digital Light Processing) is the name for the optical system that uses DMD™. *DLP™ (Digital Light Processing) and DMD™ (Digital Micromirror Device) are trademarks of Texas Instruments Incorporated. Information taken from 3 LCD Website.
Lumen is the unit of measure for the light energy which flows in air. An ANSI lumen is a standardised measurement of the average light output of a projector measured at different areas of the screen.
This is the ratio between the lightest and darkest shades that a projector can display.
Depending on the model it is possible to connect a huge range of products including the following: PC, Laptop, Video recorder, DVD player, Digital TV Set Top Box, Games Console and many more.
On average in normal use over 2000 hours. Some projectors have an economy or whisper mode which can extend this time.