Hitachi CP-X2010N 3LCD Projectors Alexandria VA
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Hitachi CP-X2010N 3LCD Projectors
Source: PRO AV News Service
Publication date: April 15, 2009
By Pro AV Staff
Hitachi has introduced the CP-X2010N 3LCD projector, which adds networking functionality to its predecessor, the CP-X2010.
The CP-X2010N offers a brightness of 2,200 lumens and a 5,000-hour hybrid filter. The projector can be controlled and maintained through a LAN network connection, providing the ability to network, control, and maintain the projectors remotely. The network functionality is capable of controlling multiple projectors in different rooms, as well as monitoring for functions such as remaining lamp life, says the company.
The CP-X2010N projector is also the first Hitachi model to include AMX Device Discovery, so when integrating a serial or IP device that supports AMX Device Discovery, all AMX NetLinx Integrated Central Controllers will recognize the device and systematically load the appropriate communications module or driver. The NI Controller recognizes the device and loads the appropriate module either from a library on the Controller or from AMX's Web site. Device Discovery also allows for device swapping so programming changes are not required when devices are removed or replaced.
At 8.8 pounds, the CP-X2010N features 16 watts of built-in audio, and a contrast ratio of 500:1. Additional features include 3,000 hours of lamp life in Standard Mode (6,000 hours in Eco Mode), Hitachi's My Buttons functionality, input source naming, etc..
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