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LC-X5 XGA Powerhouse Projector

3-panel LCD projector puts images 6500 ANSI Lumens bright on screens up to 40 ft. wide, at 1024 x 768 pixel resolution

The LC-X5 XGA POWERHOUSE LCD data/video projector delivers 6500 ANSI Lumens brightness from a 1-man transportable projector that runs on 15 amp "household" current. Its brightness results from a twin UHP 250W lamp system, which provides high illumination without compromise to either lamp performance or image quality. Illumination uniformity is an impressive 90%, and the contrast ratio is 1100:1.

The LC-X5 incorporates professional features, including 5-BNC and DVI - I data inputs, compatibility with all HD video standards, digital video noise reduction, and enhanced progressive scan circuitry with compatibility up to 1080i with 2-3 pulldown support. Inputs are modular, for rapid reconfiguration. In addition to the standard data and video input modules, an HD15 data input, an Upconverter video module, HD-SDI and SD-SDI decoders, and a PjNET network interface are available.

Offered with standard lens or without lens, the LC-X5 projects images up to 40' wide, and accepts a range of zoom and fixed focus lenses, both manual and powered, ranging from 0.8:1 to 9.5:1, and is easily installed with the Quick Change Lens Installation System.

With a dot clock of 230 MHz, the LC-X5 is compatible with most workstations. Its native resolution is 1024 x 768, for true XGA display. And smart data compression and expansion provides compatibility with inputs from UXGA down to VGA.

Power lens shift minimizes the need to tilt the projector, and permits offset ratios as high as 10:0~0:10, while digital keystone correction up to +/- 40 degrees eliminates distortion. Wireless/wired remote control, and local and RS-232 control are standard.

The LC-X5 is compatible with NTSC, PAL, SECAM, NTSC 4.43, PAL -M and PAL - N color video systems. It accepts composite, S-Video, and Component video input, and displays both 4:3 and 16:9 aspect ratios with advanced video scaling