The Hitachi CP-X809 projector offers a brightness of 5,000 ANSI lumens, a 1000:1 contrast ratio and XGA resolution. The CP-X809 also uses inorganic LCD panels, which feature a higher resistance to light. This translates into longer operational life for the projector, and better picture quality during the life of the projector. It is also outfitted with a bayonet lens that can support up to four optional lenses for specific application needs based on the size and environment of a room. The lens on the CP-X809 can be adjusted manually to shift the position of the image. It can be moved 3 9/16” to the left and right, and 19 11/16” up and down on a 70” screen. After ceiling mounting, fine adjustments can be done with a screwdriver.
Thanks to the CP-X809’s hybrid filter, maintenance and cleaning are much less frequent, making longer operation possible. With the lamp door on top and a side-mounted filter, maintenance and replacement of these parts can be done easily, even when the projector is ceiling-mounted.
The CP-X809 offers networking capability, while Hitachi’s proprietary PJMan software gives users the ability to control, diagnose and manage a group of projectors from a single, remote location. Images can also be transferred via LAN connection to individual or multiple projectors. These images are stored in the projector’s memory and can be displayed using Hitachi’s proprietary “My Image” feature. My Image can be recalled and displayed locally using the projector’s remote control, or remotely over the LAN connection. Additionally, email notifications are automatically sent to the system administrator for routine maintenance and error alerts. When multiple computers have access to the projector via the network, a designated user can control presentation privileges (and block unwanted access), ensuring that the current presentation is not interrupted unexpectedly. Users can schedule routine and special projector events, including power on, power off, input selection and other settings.
The CP-X809 also features wireless presentation capabilities, eliminating the need to pass around a connection cable when multiple presenters are in the room. It can also display up to four individual computer presentations simultaneously, and individual user names can be displayed for the connected computers, making it easier to keep track of the displayed presentations. Additionally, Hitachi’s new MIU LiveViewer software provides a quick and easy connection wizard for setting up a wired or wireless network presentation.
The CP-X809 features an improved security bar that provides a deeper space for heavy chains. It also has a Kensington security slot to attach a cable using a lock. These security functions prevent theft when the projector is mounted on a ceiling or used on a cart top. Audio can be output in standby mode, allowing the audience to listen to external speakers via the projector’s audio output, which saves lamp life when you only need sound.
Hitachi started in 1920 and is now a leading manufacturer. Its manufacturing line includes Power Systems, Rail Systems, Industrial and Social Infrastructure Systems, Urban Planning and Development Systems, Information and Control Systems, Information and Telecommunication Systems, Defense Systems, and Battery Systems.
Business customers are offered IT products, security products, electronic devices/materials, public and urban transportation, medical, biotechnology and environmental products. Consumers are offered home appliances, AV products, personal computer, mobile phones, home equipment and life services. Flat Panel TVs and LCD projectors of Hitachi are mostly popular among customers. ZP05 series in Flat Panel TV, XP05 in HDTV and LCD projectors are the favorites.
Hitachi continues to thrive and remain a successful company for its quality products and services. It looks into the future with a new era of quality, innovation and growth. It remains focused on creating strong and successful products that are recognized worldwide as market leaders.
Digital and multimedia projectors project a video signal on a projection screen. They use a bright lens system for projecting the image. These projectors are used in meeting rooms, conference rooms, classrooms, auditoriums and where ever the need arises.
3M, Boxlight, Elmo and Hitachi specialize in digital and multimedia projectors are. Popular projectors are 3M’s X45, SCP712, SCP716 and X95i, Boxlight’s Seattle X22N, TraveLight3 Ultra and ProjectoWrite2, Elmo’s IP-40SE and IP-750E, and Hitachi’s CP-X5, CP-X2011N, CP-X4 and CP-DW10N.
|Model Name||CP-X809 series|
|Brightness||5,000 ANSI lumens|
|Resolution - Video||540 TV lines|
|Resolution - RGB||1024 Dots X 768 Lines|
|Networkable/Wireless||RJ-45, Optional SD wireless card|
|Dimensions||16.5” x 5.5” x 12.6” (W x H x D)|
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