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Project in nearly any setting with the Canon REALiS WUX6010 6000-Lumen WUXGA LCoS Projector. Its 6000-lumen brightness can overcome most ambient light, and the 2000:1 contrast ratio helps enhance detail. Its 1920 x 1200 resolution add to its image clarity, particularly for those sitting near the screen.
The WUX6010 has DVI-I, HDMI, VGA, and HDBaseT video inputs, along with an analog audio input and output for connecting to an external speaker system. If separate speakers aren't an option, the projector has a 5W speaker built in. It uses interchangeable lenses, which are all sold separately, to offer a wide variety of throw distances and image sizes. It can be controlled via Ethernet, RS-232, the included IR remote, or third party programs such as Crestron, AMX, or PJLink. In addition to the IR remote, a VGA cable is also included for instant connectivity.
6000 Lumens with Up to 2000:1 Contrast Ratio
The REALiS WUX6010 projects a bright 6000 lumen picture with up to a 2000:1 contrast ratio that helps ensure deep blacks, bright whites, and outstanding color. The results are images with crisp depth and dimension and accurate color, which is critical to those with discerning needs.
Native WUXGA Resolution (1920 x 1200)
Canon's REALiS WUX6010 brings bright, true widescreen display of HD video content and still images with rich color to large-room installations in high resolution WUXGA (1920 x 1200). The REALiS WUX6010 projects 1080p content without compression, and displays widescreen graphics, text, and other visual content from laptops and desktop computers in accurate proportions, just as it appears on most monitor screens.
LCOS Technology with AISYS-Enhancement
The imaging performance of the REALiS WUX6010 starts with Canon's AISYS (Aspectual Illumination System) Optical Engine, which utilizes light management technology to maximize the contrast and brightness benefits of the projector's LCOS (Liquid Crystal on Silicon) display panels, which deliver enhanced reflectivity and durability while accomplishing high luminance. The result is a detailed, seamless image projection in virtually any environment.
Advanced Image Processor
The REALiS WUX6010 incorporates an advanced image processor that facilitates a wide variety of color and image adjustment options to help ensure that color reproduction is accurate.
Interchangeable Lenses Add Flexibility
The REALiS WUX6010 projector gives users the choice of multiple optional interchangeable Canon projection lenses, sold separately. All lenses are similarly-sized and can be attached to the REALiS WUX6010 to suit a variety of applications, screen sizes, and installation environments.
The REALiS WUX6010 is equipped with a built-in HDBaseT receiver, allowing uncompressed HD video, audio, and control signals to be transmitted over one LAN cable with a maximum distance of 328.1'. This reduces complex wiring schemes used for a typical setup, maximizing long cable runs with minimal image quality degradation.
Easy Installation, Motorized Lens Shift, Four-Point Keystone Correction, and Lens Position Memory
Motorized Lens Shift
The horizontal/vertical Motorized Lens Shift capability of all compatible projection lenses allows for maximum flexibility for a wide variety of installation environments. Users can be virtually assured that the REALiS WUX6010 can be optimally positioned, and since lens shift doesn't degrade the image the way other types of correction can, the quality of your projected images is not compromised.
Four-Point Keystone Correction
Additional installation convenience is provided by Four-Point Keystone Correction, which includes independent corner image adjustments to accurately correct for situations in which the position of the projector may be slightly angled with respect to the projection screen. This feature is also critical for applications that require precise projection stacking.
Lens Position Memory
The REALiS WUX6010 can store up to three lens positions in memory, making it easy to switch between settings. This feature can be utilized in a classroom to adjust the position of the image if the unit is used to sometimes project on a screen, and other times on a blackboard. Memorized items include:
Screen Color Adjustment
Digital Image Shift
The REALiS WUX6010 offers 360° installation on the vertical axis, and includes a Vertical Projection Mode to maximize lamp life. Fan speed is adjusted depending on whether the projector is facing upward or downward.
Screen Color Correction
Screen Color Correction enables users to fine-tune the colors of images based on the color of the projection surface. Adjustments can be made from Normal and Greenboard, as well as additional tuning for projecting onto virtually any other colored surface.
A Picture-by-Picture feature enables two high-quality images from two digital inputs (via DVI and HDMI) to be projected simultaneously side-by-side in one letterboxed image.
More than 25 test patterns are provided to enable smooth installation and adjustment.
Advanced Professional Calibration Settings, Including Edge Blending
Edge Blending enables the user to combine multiple images to create a seamless, extra-wide projection. Advanced functions allow for color blending and black level adjustments to maximize image quality.
Micro-Digital Image Shift
Micro-Digital Image Shift electrically shifts the image, using the surplus pixels on the LCOS panel.
Registration is a function that modifies the registration by electronically correcting color shift due to changes in alignment of each RGB panel position.
Fan Mode allows you to adjust the fan speed to support different environmental work spaces.
Vertical Projection automatically adjusts fan speeds and other configurations to support vertical installations.
Multiple Modes and Adjustments for Optimal Image Quality
Image Modes provide different variations of color reproduction characteristics suitable for the image type and projection environment. They include:
Standard – for viewing still images and TV broadcasts under slightly suppressed lighting.
Presentation – for viewing image reference material under standard lighting.
Dynamic – for viewing movies under standard lighting.
Photo/sRGB – reproduces colors in the sRGB standard.
Video – for viewing movies shot by a video camera under slightly dark lighting.
Cinema – for viewing theatrical image content in a room without lighting.
Five Customizable Modes – up to five user-selected combinations of image quality settings can be stored in the memory and selected as an image mode.
The Image Adjustment settings allow users to customize the image and color characteristics to fulfill their specific imaging needs. These include:
Color Adjustments – color level, color balance, color temperature, gain (RGB), offset (RGB)
Advanced Image Adjustments
Advanced Image Adjustments provide greater flexibility to professional users with more options to adjust the image as desired. These settings include:
Ambient Light - allows the user to select the color temperature, lamp type, and other characteristics that are in the active environment.
Random Noise Reduction - eliminates minute noise that may appear in the image.
MPEG Noise Reduction - eliminates block noise that may appear when playing back compressed digital images, and "mosquito noise" that may appear in a dot pattern near the edges.
Mosquito Noise Reduction - eliminates "mosquito noise" exclusively from still images.
Dynamic Gamma - optimizes the detail in dark or low-contrast moving images by analyzing the image and making contrast adjustments for ideal viewing in brighter viewing conditions.
Memory Color Correct - emphasizes skin tones and blues to make images more attractive and more memorable. This function works by moving colors in the skin-tone gamut closer to the standard skin tones.
Six-Axis Color Adjust - lets users fine-tune the hue and saturation of each of the primary and secondary colors. This high degree of control can make each projected image a "masterpiece."
Fine-Tune Gamma – enables the adjustment of gamma curve, allowing the user to adjust white, red, green and blue.
Lamp Control – suppresses the amount of luminance by reducing the lamp power when the input image signal is of an all-black image. This setting will also improve the contrast ratio.
Allows the user to select either Full Power to project images at full brightness, or Power Saver which reduces lamp brightness to save energy.
Connections include HDMI, DVI-I, and analog RGB computer connectors; stereo audio inputs, and an audio output for connecting to external speakers or sound system. Industry-standard control and networking inputs include a network-ready RJ-45 port, enabling authorized users to manage and control multiple projectors from any computer on a network (Gigabit data transfer speeds are supported), an RS-232 serial connection for monitoring the projector locally through a third-party control system, a USB Type A port for easy installation of firmware upgrades, and a mini-jack for connecting an optional handheld wired remote controller.
Network Multi Projection (NMPJ)
A built-in network multi projection (NMPJ) function enables the Canon REALiS WUX6010 to project the output of one or more locally or remotely networked computers. Four NMPJ modes enable selective sharing of visual information:
Direct Mode: The user can connect directly to the projector using a network cable or can connect directly to the network where the projector is located. The user can connect one PC and use one projector.
Meeting Mode: This is for sharing materials among all meeting attendees, enabling remote operation and sharing via the internet between bases in different locations. The benefit of this mode is that each PC can select multiple projectors as projector operation is enabled from each PC. This mode allows the user to connect up to ten PCs and six projectors.
Classroom Mode: The instructor can decide which attendee PCs will connect with which projectors and can switch the attendee projections as the class progresses. The benefit of this mode is that one PC (instructor) selects which PCs (students) to project from and controls the projectors. Certain operations are enabled from the client PCs (students), however they're limited. In this mode the user can connect up to ten PCs and six projectors.
Broadcast Mode: This mode enables one PC to connect up to 12 projectors.
The REALiS WUX6010 also supports PJLink for networked projector control and monitoring of lamp hours, usage, and other variables.
The Canon REALiS WUX6010 is compatible with Crestron Roomview and AMX Device Discovery.
Low Power Consumption
The power consumption of the Canon REALiS WUX6010 is only 0.078W/lm (465W/6000lm). It also offers multiple power-management settings that allow the user to preset stand-by duration, execute power operations, and auto-assign functions to the power button.
The design of the REALiS WUX6010 also allows for simplified maintenance. The air filters and projection lamp can be replaced while the projector remains ceiling-mounted. The replacement interval on the projection lamp is 3000 hours in Standard mode, and 4000 hours in Silent mode. Optical filters can also be replaced to maintain high image quality for extended periods and additional economy.
In the Box
Canon REALiS WUX6010 6000-Lumen WUXGA LCoS Projector (No Lens)