A most versatile mid-range projector, the LC-WUL100L delivers true High Definition 1080p video and UXGA & WUXGA computer imaging without scaling. Combining large venue projection features with durable components and reduced maintenance, the Eiki LC-WUL100L is available without lens and ready for a selection from a suite of optional lenses, or, as the LC-WUL100, it comes complete with a wide-range power zoom and focus lens.
5,000 ANSI lumens bright with 90% uniformity and a 2000:1 contrast ratio.
Native WUXGA resolution. Compatible with inputs up-to UXGA and WUXGA.
Supports analog and digital video input in all color standards up-to 1080p.
Durable inorganic 3-panel LCD imaging engine with a high contrast ratio.
10-bit color processing, for superior color reproduction.
Power zoom and focus lens. Optional wide-angle and telephoto lenses.
Vertical and horizontal power lens shift and digital keystone correction.
HDMI input supports digital data, plus digital video with HDCP.
Built-in 10 Watt amplifier and speaker system. Closed Caption decoding.
Built-in wired LAN connection for projector monitoring and control.
Self-advancing cartridge air filter reduces maintenance: up-to 13,000 hour life.
Mechanical shutter for true black screen in "No Show" mode.
Physically centered lens with push-button lens change.
Picture-in-Picture & Picture-by-Picture. Wireless/wired remote with mouse.
3 year projector warranty.
Included Accessories: Quick Start Guide, Owner's Manual on CD-ROM, Network Software on CD-ROM, Power Cord, VGA Computer Input Cable (Dsub15 to Dsub15), Wireless/Wired Remote with Mouse Control (with 2 AAA Batteries), Wired Remote Cable (MiniStereo-MiniStereo), Lens Cover.
Optional Accessories: Replacement Lamp, Wideangle, Midrange and Telephoto Lenses, Replacement Cartridge Air Filter, Pj - NetDirector and NetCapture software, ATA Style Shipping Case with Wheels and Telescoping Handle, Ceiling Mount, Ceiling Post & Plate.
Eiki video / computer projectors are found in classrooms, training rooms, conference rooms, boardrooms, houses of worship, auditoriums, theaters, entertainment technology applications, digital signage installations ... anywhere high quality digital imaging is needed. For expert advice and the presentation resources you need, talk to your EIKI Dealer ... the "pro" in video projectors!
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