Tuesday 21 May 2019


Canon launches new compact laser projector

DUBAI, June 3, 2018

Canon Middle East, a leader in imaging solutions, has launched the LX-MU500Z, a compact laser installation projector, ideal for academic institutions or corporate environments.

Boasting 5,000 lumens, native Wuxga resolution, digital light processing (DLP) panel technology, vivid colour and 50,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio, the LX-MU500Z is the perfect high-quality imaging partner to bring classroom lessons and boardroom presentations to life, said a statement from the company.

On the new product, Binoj Nair, senior manager – B2C marketing and direct sales, Canon Middle East, said: “Our versatile range of projectors deliver the stunning visual impact that customers have come to expect from us.”

“We recognise the importance of keeping an audience engaged where students can see the difference in classrooms or lecture halls, corporate users can appreciate the sharpness in conference or meeting rooms and digital signage can come to life with dynamic digital content,” he stated.

“We are dedicated to ensuring that our customers are equipped to deliver the best possible experience, irrespective of the environment and installation requirements,” he added.

The LX-MU500Z provides 5,000 lumens to guarantee the brightest image in a variety of installation environments, from well-lit classrooms to open meeting spaces. The projector comprises a blue laser and yellow phosphor wheel to provide sharp and realistic colour, plus high brightness. Bright and dark areas on the screen are displayed with high accuracy, it added.

With native Wuxga resolution (1920 x 1200), the projector delivers an incredibly sharp image output with easy-to-read text, and smooth graphics and video. This native resolution is highly advantageous for clear and impressive presentations, as well as digital signage and entertainment environments.

High-quality DLP technology add to the imagery by removing the lattice effect found on traditional LCD projectors.
The projector’s high 50,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio allows deep, pure colours and a true reproduction of black areas, creating an enhanced viewing experience. The vivid images generated are excellent for impressing new business prospects or making an impact in an in-store demo, it added.

Canaon said the projector 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. These features ensure the projector can be installed in any venue with long-range projection requirements, such as large conference rooms or lecture halls.

Also the LX-MU500Z leverages a blue laser diode and yellow phosphor wheel, which can last up to 20,000 hours; significantly longer than lamp-based light sources. With no parts to replace, it is easy to maintain and inexpensive to run, it added.-TradeArabia News Service

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