The XGA-resolution (1024 x 768) Hitachi CP-X2521WN Portable Projector cranks out 2700 ANSI lumens of projection power at a 2000:1 contrast ratio to give you a bright, vivid image, even when you can't achieve theater level darkness.
Its 0.63" 3LCD imaging panels (the part that creates the image) deliver sharper and brighter pictures with superior grayscale detail. Smooth, seamless color combined with an unparalleled grayscale range delivers incredible detail to every image displayed by the CP-X2521WN. Those images can be in a wide variety of formats. Of course, the X2521 can project in 720p, 1080i and 1080p high definition. Its international credentials are equally impressive. It can project images in the NTSC, NTSC 4.43, PAL, PAL-M, PAL-N, and SECAM video formats and it has a 100 to 240VAC, 50/60Hz power supply.
No matter where you use it, if you need to make presentations, you'll appreciate how you can use the remote control as a mouse. Just plug one end of a USB cable (available separately) into your laptop and the other into the projector's USB Type B port and you're no longer tied to your computer when presenting. This projector has a variety of I/O ports that cover for any business scene. The HDMI port can support various image equipment, which have digital interface to get clearer pictures on a screen. This compact, lightweight projector uses a front exhaust system that keeps the user comfortable by directing hot air away from the user.
If you are working in a noisy environment your CP-X2521WN won't be part of the problem for another reason. Its fan noise is a mere 35 dB in standard mode and in eco mode it runs at 28 dB, literally quieter than a whispered conversation.
A sophisticated, innovative technology that utilizes three chips to deliver vibrant, true-to-life and consistent images for the most demanding audiences
It lasts for more than 4000 hours, ten times longer than conventional filters. This extension in maintenance intervals reduces the overall cost of ownership significantly
Projecting onto colored or shiny backgrounds can make images appear either dull or uncomfortably bright. This mode ensures optimal brightness whether the screen is black, green or shiny white
Significantly extended maintenance intervals resulting from long life parts reduces the total cost of ownership
Manage and control multiple projectors over LAN. Turn the projector on and off, schedule email alerts and monitor projectors all via the network
Wireless networking offers quick, easy and secure network access. Browser based software provides easy management, control and monitoring of networked projectors
It can be harder to see a projected picture when the sun is shining brightly. Projections are always vivid and colorful in a bright environment with daytime mode
Input Source Naming
Personalize devices and inputs to the projector - for example, rename a device input for easy recognition
Assign custom functions or common tasks to a programmable button on your remote control
Audio Pass Through
When all you need is sound and not pictures, this convenient feature lets you hear the projector's speakers whilst the rest is on standby - helping to preserve lamp life
Freeze, magnifying, blank, auto adjustment, search, page up and down (for USB mouse function)
Equalizing gamma correction, 2-3 pull down for NTSC, progressive scan, noise reduction
MyScreen, My Memory, eco button, My Button, My Text, My Source, blackboard/whiteboard mode, daytime mode, input source naming (English), resolution setting, Crestron RoomView, template, closed caption (for NTSC and component 480i only), audio pass through
Easy lamp replacement from the top. Air filter on the side
On-Screen Display Languages
English, French, German, Spanish, Italian, Norwegian, Dutch, Japanese, Portuguese, Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese, Korean, Swedish, Russian, Finnish, Polish, Turkish, Arabian, Persian, Czech, Danish, Hungarian, Romanian, Slovenian, Croatian, Greek, Lithuanian, Estonian, Latvian, Thai, Portuguese (Brazil), Indonesian, Vietnamese
Network Control, Maintenance and Security:
Projector Management Application (PJMan)
allows users to monitor and control multiple
projectors over LAN. Features include scheduling
of events, e-mail alerts for reactive and routine
maintenance. Crestron RoomView Express
and AMX Device Discovery is embedded into
the projector which provides out of the box
compatibility with Crestron and AMX Systems.
By using a USB memory stick or other storage
device, you can use the projector without
a computer. Menus are easy to see with a
thumbnail display. Additionally there is also a
PJMessenger function allows you to send and
display text messages & audio alerts on your
networked projectors. It is an easy and efficient
way to send campus wide announcements.
Present Content via LAN:
Hitachi’s suite of networking software allows you
to easily send content directly from your PC to
the projector via your LAN connection.
Input Source Naming:
Users can name input sources in simple
language instead of factory default name.
Exclusive to Hitachi.
Transition Detector and Security Bar:
A security sensor located inside the
projector recognizes when the projector
has been moved. Moving the projector
without using the correct PIN Code will
disable the projector.
Display via USB:
Connect to your computer using the USB port.
IR Remote Frequency Change:
To avoid conflict with fluorescent lights or IrDA
(IR Signal) from notebook PC, the frequency of
the IR remote control can be changed from the
menu. Exclusive to Hitachi.
MyButton / MySource - Doc Camera:
Two customizable buttons on the remote control
allow users to create a shortcut for any projector
command such as: Direct Input (RGB1, S-Video
etc.), Picture Mode, or Filter Reset. For connection
to a document camera, MySource allows users to
add a third “Document Camera” source button.
PIN Lock / MyScreen / MyText:
PIN lock protection can limit projector users.
MyScreen PIN Lock keeps captured images on the
startup screen. Users can set a school’s name or
company’s logo to “MyScreen,” clearly identifying
ownership. MyText provides the ability to write text
on the start up screen, such as model name, serial
number, or location.
Serial Number and MAC Address Label on Side:
A label is affixed to side of projector to more
easily access and read the model name and serial
number while mounted in ceiling use. This is a
convenience for installers, end user and auditors
for instant accessibility.
Wireless Presentation Ready:
You can use a wireless network by connecting the
projector to a computer using the optional USB
wireless adapter part number USBWL11N. The adapter
supports IEEE802.11b/g and the latest 11n.