Canon REALiS WUX6500 D WUXGA 6500-Lumens Pro AV LCOS Projector with RS-IL01ST Standard Zoom Lens

Canon REALiS WUX6500 D WUXGA 6500-Lumens Pro AV LCOS Projector with RS-IL01ST Standard Zoom Lens

Canon REALiS WUX6500 D WUXGA 6500-Lumens Pro AV LCOS Projector with RS-IL01ST Standard Zoom Lens

B&H # CAWUX6500D MFR # 1876C010
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  • 1Description

The REALiS WUX6500 D WUXGA 6500-Lumens Pro AV LCOS Projector from Canon delivers bright, 6500 lumens of high-resolution WUXGA (1920 x 1200) widescreen video and still images in a variety of environments. It features DICOM Simulation Mode to display medical images such as X-rays for non-diagnostic purposes. It is equipped with Canon’s LCOS Technology with AISYS-enhancement where the space between pixels is relatively small, for a smooth, realistic film-like quality, so that details are sharp and motion is natural. The projector features an advanced image processing engine. This projector displays vivid, seamless images with intricate detail, accurate color, high contrast, and deep blacks. Its connection options include industry standards such as HDBaseT, HDMI, and DVI.

DICOM Simulation Mode
The projector offers a DICOM Simulation Mode to simulate the results of devices compliant with the DICOM standardized display function for displaying gray scale images. The DICOM Simulation Mode adjusts the gradation between the minimum and the maximum luminance so gradation is distributed optimally. This feature is optimized for displaying medical images such as X-rays, CAT scans and MRIs, which makes this projector ideal for non-diagnostic purposes such as lectures, academic meetings and in-hospital conferences. This feature is recommended for use in medical schools for training and educational use only.
Blue and Clear Base Settings and User-defined Settings
To optimize color and detail for medical imaging, this projector supports both Blue Base and Clear Base color temperature settings. This feature allows adjustment to achieve the same colors as used for DICOM SIM standards, and gives educators the opportunity to adjust color tone according to the type of medical image being shown. In addition to these two settings, presenters have the ability to alter the color temperature between 3 user defined color temperature settings for a total of five presets.
Split-Screen Functionality
Presentations can be enhanced with Picture-by-Picture split-screen functionality, allowing you to see two images side by side from two different viewing sources simultaneously. An advantage of the Picture-by-Picture Mode is that it also allows both DICOM Simulation images and sRGB Modes to be shown together, meaning a CAT scan, for example, can be simultaneously viewed alongside a live surgery video to bring training to life.
Image Quality
Offering a native, highly detailed WUXGA (1920 x 1200) resolution image, the WUX6500 produces bold widescreen images. Genuine Canon optics combined with Canon's advanced LCOS technology with AISYS-enhancement provide a high brightness of 6500 lumens, a 2000:1 contrast ratio, and color reproduction. With LCOS technology the space between pixels is relatively small for a smooth, realistic film-like quality, so details are sharp and motion is natural.
Installation Convenience
The WUX6500 provides versatility for installation. The motorized lens shift makes image adjustment easy, offering a wide range of vertical and horizontal shift, while advanced 4-point keystone correction allows independent corner adjustment for optimized performance. The projector is configured with the included RS-IL01ST Standard Zoom Lens and achieves a 1920 x 1200 high-resolution picture across a range of throw distances. Built-in edge blending also makes it possible to create impressive displays by joining multiple images from different projectors seamlessly.
Versatile Connectivity and Network Management
Connectivity is simple and versatile with comprehensive inputs covering multiple industry standard interfaces. As well as connecting video and sound via HDMI, DVI-I, and audio inputs. The WUX6500 is equipped with a built-in HDBase receiver so uncompressed HD video, audio, and control signals can be transmitted over a single network cable over a distance of up to 100 meters.

There are inputs for RS-232 control as well as RJ-45. A USB Type-A input makes installing firmware updates simple. The WUX6500 is also compatible with network management systems including PJLink, Extron, Crestron RoomView, and AMX Device Discovery, allowing integration with existing systems to provide additional control and monitoring.
Multiple Image Modes for Optimal Image Quality Reproduction
This projector includes pre-set Image Modes and additional customizable Image Modes to suit a wide range of user preferences and projection environments.

Multiple Image Modes: The Image Adjustment settings allow you to customize the image and color characteristics to fulfill their specific imaging needs. These include:

  • Standard: Ideal for bright rooms, and when using content from computer screens or motion picture content.
  • Presentation: Ideal for somewhat bright rooms when text needs to be clear, such as in part of a video presentation.
  • Dynamic: Ideal for rooms that are somewhat bright, and when showing motion picture content.
  • Vivid Photo: Ideal for rendering rich color brilliantly and reproducing skin tones naturally.
  • Photo/sRGB: Ideal for projecting images from sRGB-supported digital cameras.
  • Video: Ideal for rooms that are somewhat dark, and for video content.
  • Cinema: Ideal for viewing theatrical image content in a room without lighting.
  • 5 Customizable Modes: Suitable for custom set-ups, it provides up to 5 user-selected combinations of image quality settings that can be stored in the memory and selected as an image mode.
Image Adjustment
The Image Adjustment settings allow you to customize the image and color characteristics to fulfill their specific imaging needs. These include:

  • Brightness
  • Contrast
  • Sharpness
  • Gamma
  • Color Adjustments: Color Level, Color Balance, Color Temperature, Gain (RGB), Offset (RGB)
Advanced Image Adjustments
These adjustments provide flexibility to professional users with more options to adjust the image as desired. These settings include:

  • Ambient Light: This technology allows you to select the color temperature, lamp type and other characteristics that are in the active environment.
  • Random Noise Reduction: This feature eliminates minute noise that may appear in the image.
  • MPEG Noise Reduction: This feature 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: This feature eliminates "mosquito noise" exclusively from still images.
  • Dynamic Gamma: When applied, this feature analyzes individual areas of the image for specific, independent contrast adjustment so light and dark areas do not appear over or under exposed.
  • Memory Color Correction: This Canon technology can be used to enhance skin tones and other color features for rich, vivid results that look striking to the human eye.
  • 6-Axis Color Adjust: This technology lets you fine-tune the hue and saturation of each of the primary and secondary colors, providing a high degree of control that can make each projected image a masterpiece.
  • Fine-Tune Gamma: This setting enables the adjustment of gamma curve, allowing the user to adjust white, red, green and blue.
  • Lamp Control: This setting suppresses the amount of luminance by reducing the lamp power when the input image signal is of an all-black image. It will also improve the contrast ratio.
Lamp Mode
It allows you to select either Full Power to project images at full brightness, or Power Saver which reduces lamp brightness to save energy.
Motion Blur Reduction
This projector includes Canon's Motion Blur Reduction feature for improved visibility when movement is fast. By inserting extra frames to video content, motion blur is reduced and the clarity of graphics and text on fast-moving objects is preserved. Three different modes (Strong, Low and Off) are included for flexibility, with each depending on the level of movement and type of video content.
Advanced Professional Installation Settings including Built-in Edge Blending and Advanced Registrati
  • Edge Blending: The Edge Blending function 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.
  • Advanced Registration: Advanced Registration allows independent position adjustment of the three primary colors (RGB) with high accuracy (0.1 pixel) ultimately reducing blurred colors or lines often projected at the edge of an image.
  • Micro-Digital Image Shift: The Micro-Digital Image Shift function shifts the image electrically, using the surplus pixels on the LCOS panel.
  • Registration: The Registration function modifies the registration by electronically correcting color shift due to changes in alignment of each RGB panel position.
  • Fan Mode: Fan Mode gives the user the ability to adjust the fan speed to support different environmental workspaces.
  • Vertical Projection:The Vertical Projection function automatically adjusts fan speeds and other configurations to support vertical installations.
Network Multi Projection (NMPJ)
A built-in network multi-projection (NMPJ) function enables this projector to project the output of one or more locally or remotely networked computers. Four NMPJ modes enable selective sharing of visual information:

  • Direct Mode: In this 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 1 computer and use 1 projector.
  • Meeting Mode: This mode is for sharing materials among all meeting attendees. It also enables remote operation and sharing via the internet between bases in different locations. The benefit of this mode is that each computer can select multiple projectors as projector operation is enabled from each computer. This mode allows the user to connect up to 10 computers and 6 projectors.
  • Classroom Mode: The instructor can decide which attendee computers will connect with which projectors and can switch the attendee projections as the class progresses. The benefit of this mode is that one computers (instructor) selects which computerss (students) to project from and controls the projectors. Certain operations are enabled from the client computerss (students), however they're limited. In this mode the user can connect up to 10 computers and 6 projectors.
  • Broadcast Mode: This mode enables one computers to connect up to 12 projectors.
Low Power Consumption
Uses a relatively low amount of power per lumens. It 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.
UPC: 660685169463
In the Box
Canon REALiS WUX6500 D WUXGA 6500-Lumens Pro AV LCOS Projector with RS-IL01ST Standard Zoom Lens
  • Lens Cap
  • Power Cord
  • VGA to VGA Connection Cable (Mini D-Sub 15-Pin)
  • RS-RC04 Remote Controller
  • RS-IL01ST 1.49 to 2.24:1 1.5x Zoom Projector Lens
  • Limited 120-Day Warranty on Lamp
  • Limited 3-Year Warranty on Projector
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    Canon 1876C010 specs

    Image Display
    Display System 3-Chip 0.71" LCoS
    Native Chip Resolution 1920 x 1200 (WUXGA)
    Max Brightness 6500 Lumens
    5270 Lumens
    Uniformity 88%
    Aspect Ratio 16:10
    Contrast Ratio 2000:1
    Scan Horizontal: 27 - 75 kHz
    Vertical: 24 - 60 Hz
    Lens f/1.89 - 2.65 (f = 23 - 34.5 mm)
    Lens Shift Vertical: + 55%
    Horizontal: ± 10%
    Throw Ratio 1.49 - 2.24:1
    Projection Size 40 - 600" / 101.60 - 1524.00 cm
    Keystone Correction Vertical: ± 20°
    Horizontal: ± 20°
    Input/Output Connectors
    Inputs/Outputs 1 x DVI-I Video (Input)
    1 x HDMI Video (Input)
    1 x VGA (DE-15) Video (Input)
    3 x 1/8" (3.5 mm) Mini Audio (Input/Output)
    1 x 1/8" (3.5 mm) Mini Control (Input)
    1 x Unspecified Signal (DE-9) Video (Input)
    1 x HDBaseT (RJ45) Control/Service (Input)
    1 x Ethernet (RJ45) LAN
    Lamp Power 370 W
    300 W
    Expected Lamp Life Medium Brightness: 3000 Hours
    Low Brightness: 4000 Hours
    Fan Noise Medium Brightness: 43 dB
    Medium Brightness: 39 dB
    Heat Dissipation 1706 BTU
    Power Consumption Medium Brightness: 500 W
    Low Brightness: 410 W
    Temperature Operating
    32 to 104°F (0 to 40°C)
    Humidity: 20 - 85%
    -22 to 140°F (-30 to 60°C)
    Dimensions (W x H x D) 15.0 x 7.0 x 17.0" / 38.1 x 17.8 x 43.2 cm including protrusion
    Weight 18.7 lb / 8.5 kg

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