LC-HDT2000 (15,000 Lumens) with flight case in mint condition, from 2014. Lamp has 900 hours of use.
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(1) Remote Control
(1) Standard Lens
(1) Power Cable
(1) Flight Case
Setting a new standard in affordable High Definition projectors, the Eiki LC-HDT2000 delivers more than high brightness, color and contrast. Engineered from the ground up for large venue applications, it offers a host of innovative performance, configuration and utilization features.
15,000 ANSI lumens bright with 90% uniformity and a 3000:1 contrast ratio.
Native 2K resolution. Compatible with inputs up-to UXGA and WUXGA.
Supports analog and digital video input in all color standards up-to 2K*.
3LCD+One imaging system delivers more sophisticated color.
10-bit color processing, for superior color reproduction.
Supplied without lens. Range of power zoom and focus lenses available.
Bi-directional Vertical & Horizontal power lens shift and keystone correction.
Accepts composite, component, and S-Video in all major standards.
DVI-D (with HDCP) and HDMI inputs support digital computer and video.
Built-in wired LAN connection for projector monitoring and control.
Self-cleaning air filter reduces maintenance. Optional smoke filter.
Picture-in-Picture, Picture-by-Picture, and Edge Blending functions.
Mechanical shutter for true black screen. 2, 3, and 4 lamp operation.
Four hot-swappable lamps. Half inch (1.2 cm) steel plate chassis.
3 year/6000 hrs. (whichever comes first) projector warranty.
* Note: 2K may display via the built-in DVI-D or HDMI inputs, however
2K is fully supported only via the optional Dual-Link SDI Input Module.
Included Accessories: Quick Start Guide, Owner's Manual on CD-ROM, Network Software on CD-ROM, Color Management Software on CD-ROM, Power Cord, Power Cord Clamp, Lens Attachment, Lens Light Block Sheets x 3, Lens Spacers x 3, Lens Safety Clamps x 2, VGA Computer Input Cable (Dsub15 to Dsub15), Wireless/Wired Remote Control (with 2 AAA Batteries), Wired Remote Cable (MiniStereo-MiniStereo)
Optional Accessories: Replacement Lamps, Wideangle, Midrange and Telephoto Lenses, Additional DVI-D & Dsub15 Input Module, Additional 5BNC & S-Video Input Module, HD/SD-SDI Input Module, Dual-Link SDI Input Module, Replacement Air Filter Material Kit, Smoke Resistant Filter System, Replacement Smoke Resistant Filter Material, 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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