Canon launches LX-MU500Z laser installation projector

Canon Europe has launched the LX-MU500Z, a laser installation projector suitable for education or corporate environments.

Offeringing 5,000 lumens, native WUXGA resolution, Digital Light Processing (DLP) panel technology, and 50,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio, the LX-MU500Z is suitable for classroom lessons and boardroom presentations.

The LX-MU500Z provides 5,000 lumens and features a blue laser and yellow phosphor wheel.  
 
The projector features native WUXGA resolution (1920 x 1200), and has a large lens shift of +/-50%, portrait projection and four corner keystone correction. This means that at whatever angle it is installed, even off axis, its images and geometry can be corrected.

The LX-MU500Z comes with HDBaseT, a standard for transmitting HD images, audio and control signals over long distances and a CAT5e cable can be used, spanning up to 100m. The built-in LAN port can be leveraged for monitoring and control. This is particularly beneficial for resource-restricted education establishments as it enables IT staff to easily diagnose faults - saving time and expense on maintenance.
 
The LX-MU500Z is also capable of receiving various types of 3D signal, permitting clear and immersive 3D content to be displayed.
 
Should the LX-MU500Z develop a fault, a free replacement will be provided the next day under Canon’s long-term five-year warranty. This limits downtime and reduces the total cost of ownership.

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