The Hitachi CP-WU8450 projector is geared up for simple and user-friendly functionality in any environment. With a convenient motorized lens shift, and a 360 vertical tilt angle, images can be seamlessly adjusted and moved at the touch of a button. Plus, with a wide range of optional lenses, the CP-WU8450 can adapt to any environment, from conference rooms and lecture theaters, to museums or anywhere requiring a creative solution.
Center Lens Design:
This feature makes it easy to align the projector with the center
of the screen for faster and trouble-free setup.
DICOM® Simulation Mode:
Images in DICOM (Digital Imaging and Communications in
Medicine) Mode are reproduced with an advanced grayscale
level. This mode is ideal for viewing grayscale medical images
such as X-rays, and for training and educational purposes.
These projectors are not approved medical devices. They
should not be used for actual medical diagnosis.
Multiple Lens Options:
In addition to the one ML703 middle throw standard lens,
four optional lenses are available: FL701 fixed; SL702 short
throw; LL704 long throw; and UL705 ultra-long throw.
Motorized Zoom, Focus and Lens Shift Control:
Allows for greater range of installation possibilities. With the
motorized function you can make fine adjustments through
the remote control or RS232/IP device.
Perfect Fit 2:
Enables the user to adjust individual corners and sides
independent of one another. Perfect Fit 2 provides vertical
and horizontal digital correction of either barrel or pin
cushion distortions. This feature helps correct geometric and
complicated distortions. Perfect Fit 2 allows the projected image
to fit correctly to the screen quickly and easily.
Picture By Picture:
Enables the content from two input sources to be displayed
simultaneously, side by side on one screen. You can use any two
sources including 2 HDMI, with both images sharing equal screen
size. The feature is ideal for teleconferencing applications.
Display rotation of 360º for creative applications and greater
With Hitachi’s status monitor, you’ll have access in real time
to projector diagnostics. Status updates include configuration
information, maintenance history, as well as error and alarm
messaging. For even greater user convenience, the status
monitor can be accessed on the rear input panel or through
the Hitachi network tools software.
Four customizable buttons on the remote
control allow users to create a shortcut for
projector functions such as Information, Auto
Keystone, Picture Mode etc.
Network Control, Maintenance and Security:
Embedded networking gives you the ability to manage and
control multiple projectors over your LAN. Features include
scheduling of events, centralized reporting, image transfer and
e-mail alerts for reactive and routine maintenance.
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
PIN Lock / MyScreen / MyText:
PIN lock protection can limit projector users. MyScreen PIN
lock keeps captured images on the startup screen. Users can
set any name logo to MyScreen, clearly identifying ownership.
MyText provides the ability to write text on the startup screen
such as model name, serial number or location.
PJMessenger function allows you to send and display text
messages and audio alerts on your networked projectors. It
is an easy and efficient way to send announcements out to
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
Serial Number and Media Access Control Label:
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 users
and auditors for instant accessibility.
Line templates in the projector menu can help when writing
on a whiteboard. There are four types of line templates to
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.
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.