LCD Projectors
SPECIFICATIONS
Model name
Liquid crystal panel
Number of pixels
Resolution
Manual zoom
Lamp
Light output (brightness)
Contrast ratio
Audio
Keystone correction
Power supply
Operating temperature
Input signals Computer input
Video input
Input/output Video input
terminals
Audio input
Computer input
HDMI input
Audio output
Monitor output
USB
Control
Wired network (LAN)
Mic. input
Agency certifications
Dimensions (WxHxD)
Weight
Standard accessories
Optional accessories
CP-WX3011N
0.59 type (inch), 1.5cm polysilicon
active-matrix TFT x 3
1,024,000 pixels (H1,280 x V800)
1,280 x 800 color pixels (WXGA)
3,000 Lumens
CP-X4011N
CP-X3011N
0.63 type (inch), 1.6cm polysilicon active-matrix TFT x 3
CP-X2511N
CP-WX3011N/CP-X4011N/CP-X3011N/
CP-X2511N/CP-X2011N
CP-X2011N
786,432 pixels (H1,024 x V768)
1,024 x 768 color pixels (XGA)
x1.2
210W UHP
4,000 Lumens
3,200 Lumens
2,700 Lumens
2,000:1 (Iris on)
16W mono (8W x 2)
Auto Vertical Keystone
AC100-120V/AC220-240V
5-35°C (41-95°F)
VGA, SVGA, XGA, WXGA, SXGA, SXGA+, UXGA, MAC16"
NTSC, NTSC4.43, PAL, SECAM, M-PAL, N-PAL
HDTV: 720p@50/60, 1080i@50/60, 1080p@50/60
SDTV: 480i, 480p, 576i, 576p
S-Video: Mini Din 4-pin x 1, Composite video: RCA jack x 1, Component video: RCA jack x 3
Stereo Mini jack x 2, RCA jack x 2 (L/R)
Analog RGB: 15-pin Mini-Dsub x 2
HDMI x1
RCA jack x 2 (L/R)
Analog RGB: 15-pin Mini-Dsub x 1
USB type A x 1 for PC-less presentation, USB type B x 1 for USB display, USB mouse control
9-pin Dsub x 1 for RS232C
RJ-45 x 1
Stereo Mini jack x 1 (compatible with dynamic microphones)
UL/cUL, FCC Part15 class B, AS/NZS CISPR22 class B, CE, GOST-R
317 x 98 x 288mm (12.48" x 3.86" x 11.34") [excluding protruding part]
3.5kg (7.7 lbs.)
Computer cable, Remote Control, Batteries, Lens cap, Power cord, User's manual, Security label, Application software for LAN display
Lamp: DT01021, Filter set: MU06481, Laser remote control: RC-008, Soft case: CA3010
190W UHP
2,200 Lumens
500:1
PROJECTION DISTANCE
CP-WX3011N
b
(top)
c
(bottom)
a
a : LCD projector-to-screen distance
b: Screen height from lens center to top
c : Screen height from lens center to bottom
Screen Size (16:10 Screen)
30 type (inch), 0.8m
40 type (inch), 1.0m
50 type (inch), 1.3m
60 type (inch), 1.5m
70 type (inch), 1.8m
80 type (inch), 2.0m
90 type (inch), 2.3m
100 type (inch), 2.5m
120 type (inch), 3.0m
150 type (inch), 3.8m
200 type (inch), 5.1m
250 type (inch), 6.4m
300 type (inch), 7.6m
CP-X4011N/CP-X3011N/CP-X2511N/CP-X2011N
a Min
0.9m (37")
1.3m (50")
1.6m (63")
1.9m (76")
2.3m (89")
2.6m (102")
2.9m (115")
3.2m (128")
3.9m (153")
4.9m (192")
6.5m (257")
8.2m (321")
9.8m (386")
a Max
b (top)
1.1m (45")
40cm (16")
1.5m (61")
53cm (21")
1.9m (76")
66cm (26")
2.3m (92")
79cm (31")
2.7m (107")
92cm (36")
3.1m (123") 106cm (42")
3.5m (139") 119cm (47")
3.9m (154") 132cm (52")
4.7m (185") 158cm (62")
5.9m (232") 198cm (78")
7.9m (310") 264cm (104")
9.8m (387") 330cm (130")
11.8m (465") 396cm (156")
c (bottom)
1cm
1cm
1cm
2cm
2cm
2cm
2cm
3cm
3cm
4cm
5cm
7cm
8cm
(0")
(0")
(1")
(1")
(1")
(1")
(1")
(1")
(1")
(2")
(2")
(3")
(3")
Screen Size (4:3 Screen)
30 type (inch), 0.8m
40 type (inch), 1.0m
50 type (inch), 1.3m
60 type (inch), 1.5m
70 type (inch), 1.8m
80 type (inch), 2.0m
90 type (inch), 2.3m
100 type (inch), 2.5m
120 type (inch), 3.0m
150 type (inch), 3.8m
200 type (inch), 5.1m
250 type (inch), 6.4m
300 type (inch), 7.6m
a Min
0.9m (34")
1.2m (46")
1.5m (58")
1.8m (70")
2.1m (82")
2.4m (94")
2.7m (106")
3.0m (118")
3.6m (142")
4.5m (178")
6.0m (237")
7.5m (297")
9.1m (357")
a Max
b (top)
1.0m (41")
41cm (16")
1.4m (55")
55cm (22")
1.8m (69")
69cm (27")
2.1m (83")
82cm (32")
2.5m (97")
96cm (38")
2.8m (112")
110cm (43")
3.2m (126") 123cm (49")
3.6m (140") 137cm (54")
4.3m (168") 165cm (65")
5.3m (211") 206cm (81")
7.1m (281") 274cm (108")
8.9m (352") 343cm (135")
10.7m (422") 411cm (162")
c (bottom)
5cm (2")
6cm (2")
8cm (3")
9cm (4")
11cm (4")
12cm (5")
14cm (5")
15cm (6")
18cm (7")
23cm (9")
30cm (12")
38cm (15")
46cm (18")
+ 8% (for projection distance a) • Final specifications may vary slightly.
• Tolerance -
DIMENSIONS
TERMINALS
317mm (12.48")
USB Type B
HDMI
Computer In 1
Computer In 2
USB Type A
98mm
(3.86")
288mm
(11.34")
Monitor Out
LAN
Audio In 1
Audio In 2
113mm
(4.45")
Composite
Video
Control
(RS-232C)
Mic.
S-Video
Security Bar
Kensington
Lock
Component
Video
Audio Out (L/R)
Audio In 3 (L/R)
Consideration for the Environment
Compliance with EU Directive RoHS* 1
*1 RoHS is the acronym of "DIRECTIVE 2002/95/EC OF THE EUROPEAN
PARLIAMENT AND OF THE COUNCIL of 27 January 2003 on the restriction of
the use of certain hazardous substances in electrical and electronic equipment".
Reduction of resin usage in production
Use of hot runners in molds for making upper housing
in order to reduce mill ends.
Reduction of CO2 emissions
Carton volume has been cut down to 75%*2, reducing CO2 emissions during transport.
*2 Compared to Hitachi CP-X206 network capable projector on the basis of one carton box.
Power saving mode engaged during standby
ECO mode
ECO mode provides power saving.
• Design and specifications are subject to change without notice.
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The projected images and comparison photos in this catalog are simulations.
LCD panels, polarizers and other optical components and cooling fans may need replacement after prolonged usage. For more details, please consult a Hitachi sales representative.
Do not use in places where there is a lot of water, dampness, steam, dust, soot or tobacco smoke. This may result in fire or malfunction.
Optical components (lamp, LCD panel, polarizing plate, PBS [polarizer beam splitter] ) have limited service lives. They must be repaired or replaced if they are used for a long period of time.
These projectors use a mercury lamp with high internal pressure. Because of its properties, this lamp may burst with a loud noise or burn out if struck or after it has been used for a period of time. The time until it bursts or
burns out varies greatly according to differences between lamps and usage conditions. Turning the lamp’s power on and off frequently shortens its service life.
Optical components other than the lamp: If the projector is used for six hours or more per day, they may need to be replaced in less than a year.
LCD panel: If the projector is used continuously for six hours or more, its replacement cycle may be shortened.
Do not turn projector on again for ten minutes after shutdown. Neglect can shorten the lifetime of the lamp. During use and immediately after use, do not touch anywhere near the lamp and the vents as these parts are extremely hot.
HDMI, the HDMI Logo, and High-Definition Multimedia Interface are trademarks or registered trademarks of HDMI Licensing LLC in the United States and other countries.
Hitachi America, Ltd., Digital Media Division, Business Solutions Group 900 Hitachi Way, Chula Vista, CA 91914-3556, U.S.A. and Canada
Tel: +1-800-HITACHI Fax: +1-619-591-5418 www.hitachi-america.us/digitalmedia
Hitachi Home Electronics Asia (S) Pte. Ltd. 438A Alexandra Road #01-01/02/03, Alexandra Technopark, Singapore 119967
Tel: +65-6536-2520 Fax: +65-6536-2521 www.hitachiconsumer.com.sg
Hitachi Sales (Malaysia) Sdn. Berhad (11543-V) Lot 12, Jalan Kemajuan, Bangi Industrial Estate, 43650 Bandar Baru Bangi, Selangor Darul Ehsan, Malaysia.
Tel: +60-3-8926-4168 Fax: +60-3-8926-3013 www.hitachiconsumer.com.my
Hitachi Sales (Thailand), Ltd. 994 Soi Thonglor, Sukhumvit 55 Road, Klongtonnua, Vadhana Bangkok 10110, Thailand
Tel: +66-2381-8381-98 Fax: +66-2381-0210/2381-0021 www.hitachi-th.com
Hitachi (Hong Kong), Ltd. 18th Floor, Ever Gain Centre, 28 On Muk Street, Shatin, N.T., Hong Kong Tel: +852-2113-8883 Fax: +852-2783-4178 www.hitachi-hk.com.hk
Hitachi Sales Corp. of Taiwan 2nd Floor, No.65, Nanking East Road, Section 3, Taipei 104, Taiwan Tel: +886-2-2516-0500 Fax: +886-2-2516-1501 www.hsct.com.tw
Hitachi Australia Pty Ltd. Level 3, 82 Waterloo Road, North Ryde, NSW 2113, Australia Tel: +61-2-9888-4100 Fax: +61-2-9888-4188 www.hitachi.com.au
Hitachi Europe Ltd. Whitebrook Park, Lower Cookham Road, Maidenhead, Berkshire, SL6 8YA, UK Tel: +44-1628-585000 Fax: +44-1628-643404 www.hitachidigitalmedia.com
Printed in Japan (H) NM-E350 0410
Stay Connected
In or out of your classroom with Network Projector Solutions
CP-WX3011N
CP-X4011N
CP-X3011N
CP-X2511N
CP-X2011N
WXGA 3,000 Lumens
XGA 4,000 Lumens
XGA 3,200 Lumens
XGA 2,700 Lumens
XGA 2,200 Lumens
Enjoy a wide range of useful
features, including many
network functions.
LCD Projector
LCD Projector
3,000 Lumens
4,000 Lumens
CP-WX3011N CP-X4011N
LCD Projector
CP-X3011N
3,200 Lumens
WXGA
LCD Projector
CP-X2511N
2,700 Lumens
LCD Projector
CP-X2011N
2,200 Lumens
XGA
Superior Convenient Functions
PC-Less Presentation
By using a USB memory stick or other
storage device*, you can project images
without connecting the projector to
a computer. The menu display shows
thumbnail images, making it quick and
easy to search for desired images.
There is also a convenient
slideshow function.
* Not compatible with all USB storage devices.
Beginning of slideshow
Mic. Input* and 16W Internal Speaker
No playable
slides in slideshow
Hybrid Filter
Network Presentations
Hitachi makes it easy to project still or
moving images from one or more
networked computers. The Single PC
mode lets you select one computer
on the network, while the Multi PC mode
allows images to be projected
simultaneously from up to four computers.
Displaying images from students’
computers on a large screen makes
lessons much more fun and interesting
for the students.
Single PC Mode
Messenger
The Messenger function transmits text
data to the projector via a network,
so the projector can display it. Four types
of display are possible: Horizontal
Scrolling, Box, Pop-on and Picture Side.
This is an easy and efficient way to send
campus-wide announcements.
Messenger function is ideal for:
• Campus Notifications • School Activities
• Daily Schedules • Community/Local News
The Network Bridge function allows for
commands to be passed through
its LAN port and sent to another device
connected to the RS-232C output,
such as an external TV tuner or control
panel. This helps to simplify and lower
the costs of cabling and installation.
Ethernet
LAN
PC
• This function is not intended or guaranteed for
the distribution of warning messages created
by security systems.
Ethernet
LAN
PC
computer 2
computer 3
computer 4
Multi PC Mode
Centralized Reporting
With just one PC in an administration
room, you can collect reports from all
projectors connected to the network.
LAN
computer 1
computer 2
computer 3
computer 4
Administration
Room
Protocol
Conversion
Box
Lamp Door
on the top
TV Tuner, etc
Convenient Networking
E-mail Alerts
CP-WX3011N/CP-X4011N/CP-X3011N/CP-X2511N
In addition to a high 2,000 : 1 contrast ratio,
the CP-WX3011N, CP-X4011N, CP-X3011N
and CP-X2511N feature an Active Iris that
is automatically controlled to ensure best
image contrast and depth perspective
during both bright and dark scenes.
The Power Saving mode at standby setting
reduces standby power consumption
to less than 1W. The following features
are disabled: RS-232C control except
power-on command, and audio capability
including audio pass through.
Filter Cover
on the bottom
Video
2,000 :1 High Contrast Ratio
Power Saving Mode
TV Tuner, etc
Embedded networking gives you the ability
to manage and control multiple projectors
over your LAN. Scheduling, e-mail alerts,
and image transfer (MY IMAGE) are just
some of the functions available via LAN.
MY IMAGE
The lamp door is on the top and the filter
cover slides in and out from the front
bottom, so maintenance and replacement
of these parts can be done easily.
Projectors
RS-232C
computer 1
CP-WX3011N
Featuring WXGA resolution, the
CP-WX3011N is capable of displaying
wide and large images with excellent clarity.
Easy Maintenance
Network Bridge
End of
slideshow
The projectors are equipped with a microphone input,
so you can use a microphone system when speaking
in a large room. The projectors also have two built-in 8W
high power speakers. * Compatible with dynamic microphones.
WXGA (1,280 x 800) Capability
The Hybrid Filter
requires less frequent
maintenance and
cleaning, making
longer operation
possible.
Advanced Network Functions
Display via USB
When you connect the projector and a PC via a USB
cable, software in the projector runs automatically, letting
you quickly and easily display images from the PC.
Template Function*
When projecting onto a whiteboard,
blackboard, etc., this function projects
lines, making writing on the board
easier. You can choose four types of
lines: black lines on a white background,
black lines on a white grid, white lines
on a black background or white lines
on a black grid. * Patent pending
Input Source Naming
The input source name can be changed to
the name of a device you often use (desktop
PC, DVD, etc.) instead of default names
like computer in 1, S-Video, etc. Icons are
displayed for easy visibility.
HDMI Input
These projectors have an HDMI input
terminal for receiving digital video signals.
By keeping the signal in the digital domain,
the projector delivers high quality images
that are faithful to the original signal.
In comparison to composite signals, text
characters are steady, with no smearing.
Various Security
Functions
These projectors are equipped with
a security bar that allows the attachment of
a security chain. By using the PIN Lock, you
can limit the number of users. The MyScreen
function can be used to identify the owner,
and is also protected
by a PIN Lock.
A Transition Detector
can prevent
unauthorized use
of the projector.
Security bar
Other Features
• Audio Pass Through • Low Noise of 29dB*
(ECO Mode) • Blackboard or Whiteboard
Modes at Picture Setting • Daytime Mode
• My Button • My Text • My Source/
Document Camera Button on Remote
Controller • 4-Second Quick Start
• Direct Power On/Off • Auto Vertical
Keystone Correction • Resolution Preset
and Custom Modes • Motion Adaptive
Progressive Scan • 3:2 Pull Down
• Noise Reduction • Equalizing Gamma
Function • Automatic Time Adjustment
• Control and Monitoring via Web Browser
• Serial No. Label on Side • Security Label
Included • Closed Caption • Compatible
with AMX Device Discovery
* Typical. Tested in 23°C environmental conditions.