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XEED SX6000, WX6000, WUX4000 and WUX5000 Specifications
XEED SX6000
XEED WX6000
PRODUCT CLASS
XEED WUX4000
XEED WUX5000
Installation
Installation
PANEL
Type
LCOS reflective display, TFT Active Matrix
Size and Number
0.70" diagonal, 3 panels
4:3
16:10
16:10
1400 x 1050 (SXGA+), 1470000 pixels
1440 x 900 (WXGA+), 1296000 pixels
1920 x 1200 (WUXGA), 2304000 pixels
Aspect Ratio
Native Resolution
LCOS reflective display, TFT Active Matrix
0.72" diagonal, 3 panels
Welcome to a
brighter future
0.71" diagonal, 3 panels
OPTICS
Lamp Type
330W NSHA
F1.89 – F2.65; f=23.0 – 34.5mm
(Lens RS-IL01ST)
Lens F Number and Focal Length
Zoom Magnification and Control
F1.89 – F2.65; f=23.0 – 34.5mm
(Lens RS-IL01ST)
310W NSHA
330W NSHA
F1.89 – F2.65; f=23.0 – 34.5mm
(Lens RS-IL01ST)
F1.89 – F2.65; f=23.0 – 34.5mm
(Lens RS-IL01ST)
1.5x Motorised (RS-IL01ST lens)
Focus Control
1.5x Motorised (RS-IL01ST lens)
Motorised
Vertical: 3.2:6.8 to 10:0
(-12% to +50%) Motorised
Lens Shift
Motorised
Vertical: 3.5:6.5 to 10.5:-0.5
(-15% to +55%) Motorised
Vertical: 3.5:6.5 to 10.5:-0.5 (-15% to +55%) Motorised
Horizontal: 4:6 to 6:4 (+/-10%) Motorised
Horizontal: 4:6 to 6:4 (+/-10%) Motorised
IMAGE and AUDIO
Brightness
6000 lumens
5700 lumens
Brightness Uniformity
Contrast Ratio
Projection Distance Coverage
Screen Size
4000 lumens (3500 lumens in Quiet Mode)
5000 lumens
88%
88%
1000:1 (full on / full off)
1000:1 (full on / full off)
1.3m – 28.8m (3.2m – 4.8m for 100"
image, Lens RS-IL01ST)
1.3m – 29.0m (3.3m – 4.9m for 100"
image, Lens RS-IL01ST)
1.3m – 29.0m (3.2m – 4.8m for 100"
image, Lens RS-IL01ST)
1.3m – 29.0m (3.2m – 4.8m for 100"
Screen Size image, Lens RS-IL01ST)
40" – 600" (81 x 61cm – 1219 x 914cm)
40" – 600" (86 x 54cm – 1292 x 808cm)
40" – 600" (86 x 54cm – 1292 x 808cm)
40" – 600" (86 x 54cm – 1292 x 808cm)
Digital Zoom Magnification
1x – 12x
1x – 12x
Keystone Correction Range
Vertical: +/-20°, Horizontal: +/-20°
Vertical: +/-20°, Horizontal: +/-20°
Digital RGB Compatibility
UXGA / WSXGA+ / SXGA+ / WXGA+ / WXGA / SXGA / XGA / SVGA / VGA
WUXGA / UXGA / WSXGA+ / SXGA+ / WXGA+ / WXGA / SXGA / XGA / SVGA / VGA
Analogue RGB Compatibility
UXGA / WSXGA+ / SXGA+ / WXGA+ / WXGA / SXGA / XGA / SVGA / VGA
WUXGA / UXGA / WSXGA+ / SXGA+ / WXGA+ / WXGA / SXGA / XGA / SVGA / VGA
Digital Video Scan Systems
1080p / 1080i / 720p / 576p / 480p
1080p / 1080i / 720p / 576p / 480p
1080p / 1080i / 720p / 576p / 576i / 480p / 480i
1080p / 1080i / 720p / 576p / 576i / 480p / 480i
Component Video Scan Systems
Video / S-Video Colour Systems
Scanning Frequency
Display Modes
PAL / PAL-M / PAL-N / NTSC / NTSC4.43 / SECAM
PAL / PAL-M / PAL-N / NTSC / NTSC4.43 / SECAM
Horizontal: 15-75kHz, Vertical: 50-85Hz, Clock: 162MHz
Horizontal: 15-75kHz, Vertical: 50-85Hz, Clock: 162MHz
Standard, Presentation, Dynamic, Vivid Photo, Photo/sRGB, Video,
Cinema, Custom (with 5 presets)
Standard, Presentation, Dynamic, Vivid Photo, Photo/sRGB, Video,
Cinema, Custom (with 5 presets)
12-bit Digital Gamma Correction
12-bit Digital Gamma Correction
5.0W RMS, Monaural
5.0W RMS, Monaural
Image Enhancement
Built-in Speaker
Ports and Connectors
Digital RGB Input
Digital RGB, Digital Video and Digital Audio Input
Analogue RGB Input
DVI-I 29-pin (shared)
DVI-D 24-pin
HDMI V1.3 (with Deep Colour)
HDMI V1.3 (with Deep Colour)
Mini D-Sub 15-pin (Component via optional adaptor cable) / DVI-I 29-pin (shared)
Mini D-Sub 15-pin (Component via optional adaptor cable)
Audio Input 1
3.5mm stereo mini-jack
3.5mm stereo mini-jack
Audio Input 2
3.5mm stereo mini-jack
3.5mm stereo mini-jack
Audio Output
3.5mm stereo mini-jack (variable level)
3.5mm stereo mini-jack (variable level)
Mini D-Sub 9-pin
Mini D-Sub 9-pin
RJ-45
RJ-45
3.5mm stereo mini-jack
–
Two rotary feet, 6° maximum image elevation
Two rotary feet, 6° maximum image elevation
380mm x 170mm x 430mm
380mm x 170mm x 430mm
Service Port / Projector Control
Network Port
Wired Remote Control
MECHANISMS
Front Elevation Mechanism
Ratings
Dimensions (W x H x D)
Weight
Power Source
Power
Consumption
Normal Mode (Quiet Mode)
Noise Level
Normal Mode (Quiet Mode)
8.5kg (without lens)
8.5kg (without lens)
100V – 240V AC, 50/60Hz
100V – 240V AC, 50/60Hz
435W (-)
Standby Mode (LAN off)
410W (365W)
1.7W (0.35W)
40dBA (-)
Operating Environment
+5°C to +35°C
Storage Environment
-10°C to +60°C
Warranty
450W (-)
1.7W (0.35W)
39dBA (36dBA)
40dBA (-)
+5°C to +35°C
-30°C to +60°C
3 years
-10°C to +60°C
3 years
All data is based on Canon standard testing methods except where indicated. This leaflet and the specifications of the product have been developed prior to the date of product launch. Subject to change without notice.
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ACCESSORIES
RS-IL01ST
Standard Zoom Lens
RS-LP07
SX6000/WX6000/WUX5000 Lamp Assembly
RS-IL02LZ
Long Zoom Lens
RS-CL08
Ceiling Pipe 400-600mm
RS-IL03WF
Short Fixed Lens
RS-CL09
Ceiling Pipe 600-1000mm
RS-IL04UL
Ultra Long Throw Lens
RS-CL11
Ceiling Attachment
RS-RC04
WUX4000/WUX5000 Remote Control
RS-FL01
Replacement Air Filter
RS-RC05
SX6000/WX6000 Remote Control
RS-TC01
Dark Grey Top Cover
RS-LP06
WUX4000 Lamp Assembly
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Canon Professional
Installation Projectors
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LCOS: smart technology, beautiful images
The future of Installation projectors
Canon’s updated Installation projector range redefines the compact Installation market.
The flagship XEED WUX5000 projector, together with the WUX4000, WX6000 and SX6000,
offer a new level of quality and performance to Installation customers everywhere, and break
new ground in this competitive segment.
You can now present your images at up to 6000 lumens brightness, in widescreen or
traditional aspect ratios, using an even richer choice of superb quality interchangeable lenses.
Cutting edge technology, unforgettable impact
Your imagination is the only limit
For professionals who won’t compromise on visual
impact, a XEED Installation projector is the natural choice.
Canon’s combination of industry-leading optics and LCOS
technology delivers photo-like precision, seamless latticefree video with little or no after-image and smooth colour
gradation – but without the price tag associated with
expensive three-chip DLP projectors.
The high resolution and precision optics of XEED
Installation projectors make these models suitable for
numerous environments where ultra-fine detail is essential.
Healthcare professionals can choose from a range of
dedicated XEED Medical Installation projectors that offer
DICOM 14 compliance.
LCD projector
DLP projector
LCOS projector
• Gridlines are clearly visible
• Frequent colour breakup (the ‘rainbow’ effect)
• Whites are bright, yet colours can appear weak
• Poor colour gradation – banding can occur
• Seamless images, with no ‘lattice’ effect
• No unpleasant ‘rainbow’ effect
• Good contrast
• Smooth, natural colour reproduction
• Excellent colour brightness
You can see the difference
in Canon quality
Many projectors’ specifications promise outstanding brightness. But choose a Canon Installation projector
and you will experience greater ‘real world’ brightness than with many competitors’ models.
As you would expect from a brand that enjoys an unrivalled reputation for quality, Canon projectors use
precision technology specifically designed to maximise brightness and outperform rival models – as well
as delivering beautiful whites and superbly precise images.
Whether you choose a model with native WUXGA
(1920 x 1200 pixels), WXGA+ (1440 x 900) or SXGA+
(1400 x 1050) resolution, your presentations, exhibitions
and professional photographs will be faithfully reproduced,
raising the bar on the quality achievable with a compact
Installation projector.
Why LCOS?
Combining the best of LCD and DLP projection
technologies, LCOS (Liquid Crystal on Silicon)
panel technology uses liquid crystals in place
of the individual mirrors found in DLP panels.
The result is exceptionally fast and distortionfree images – without any unwelcome ‘lattice’,
‘grid’ or ‘rainbow’ effects.
The WX6000 and SX6000 feature an all-new
0.7" LCOS panel that projects video even more
vividly. Both still and moving images stand out
for their beautiful whites and absence of RGB
tinting. The new panel’s genuinely world class
performance includes high reflectivity, a high
aperture ratio and a remarkable increase in
brightness. Your images appear even purer and
truer, and make a breathtaking impact on any
audience using either factual or creative content.
XGA (1024 x 768 pixels) 4:3
WXGA (1280 x 800 pixels) 16:10
WX6000 (1440 x 900 pixels) 16:10
SX6000 (1400 x 1050 pixels) 4:3
Expanded WUXGA display area
LCOS panels express greyscale gradations
more richly than the DLP system. LCOS is
therefore ideal in medical environments where
accurate greyscales are critically important.
The perfect mix of brightness
and contrast
LCOS panel
20% more impact with LCOS
and AISYS 4.1
Together, the new LCOS panel, new AISYS
4.1 optical imaging system and
extended aperture ratio deliver up to a
stunning 20% more brightness with the
same lamp. This world class standard is
ideal in environments where brightness
is absolutely paramount.
At the heart of each projector, you’ll find
Canon’s proprietary AISYS (Aspectual
Illumination System) optical technology.
The AISYS optical system works in combination
with the LCOS imaging engine to deliver
a more powerful blend of brightness
and contrast than many comparable
Installation projectors.
The new AISYS 4.1 engine in the WX6000
and SX6000 delivers a noticeable increase in
brightness and ensures your audience see only
perfect, seamless images – even in demanding
spaces like conference facilities, lecture halls or
exhibition centres.
WUX4000/5000 (1920 x 1200 pixels) 16:10
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Brightness: some enlightening facts
Some projectors offer greater brightness than the XEED Installation range in their specification,
but Canon’s LCOS technology and lens options deliver superior real-world performance.
Brightness changes according to the type of lens in use, the amount of zoom applied and the
actual content presented. Canon lenses are designed to deliver more brightness than competitors’
models, delivering up to 6000 lumens for all content, irrespective of colour.
Real-world performance
Lenses that maximise brightness
Unlike many single-chip DLP projectors, LCOS-equipped XEED
Installation projectors deliver their colour brightness rating with both
whites and colours (when using the standard zoom lens). In many
cases, real-world performance is noticeably brighter than rival projectors
with 1000 more lumens.
Whether you choose a fixed or zoom model, Canon lenses retain their
brightness throughout their focal length. Brightness remains high even
after zooming – whereas competitors’ lenses can drop up to 30% of their
brightness. So with Canon, you can exploit the full power of your lens
without losing impact.
Difference between white brightness
and colour brightness
Brightness drop (lens comparison)
Variable brightness when the wide angle
of the standard zoom lens is at 100%
Canon WUX5000
Drop in
brightness
83%
(5000 lm
→ 4150 lm)
Unforgettable quality
High-quality lenses create beautiful images
Canon has refined its lens and projector technology over generations.
The XEED Installation range leverages the Canon expertise developed in
creating cameras, video and office-use broadcast products to bring you
projectors that perform in all lighting conditions and environments.
Inferior lenses cause flare, field curvature and TV distortion.
High-quality Canon lenses minimise these effects.
Short focal
point fixed lens
110%
Canon WUX5000
Colour brightness
fraction of white
brightness
100%
(5000/5000 lm)
Quality, brightness and innovation
in everything we do
100%
w
w
90%
T
80%
70%
T
Standard
zoom lens
60%
Field Curvature
TV Distortion
Flare
The phenomena where the centre of the
screen is in focus but the edges are blurry,
or the edges are in focus but the centre
is blurred.
This refers to image distortion when it is projected
onto a screen. This impacts multiple screen
viewing where offsets between images occur.
Telephoto
zoom lens
50%
380
480
580
680
0
780
2
4
6
8
10
100 inch projection distance (m)
Variable brightness when the wide angle
of the standard zoom lens is at 100%
110%
Competitor DLP
model
Drop in
brightness
70.0%
(6000 lm
→ 4200 lm)
Competitor DLP model
Colour brightness
fraction of white
brightness
68.4%
(4104/6000 lm)
100%
90%
80%
Barrel distortion
70%
60%
50%
380
480
580
680
780
0
2
4
6
8
10
The blurring of pixels has a direct impact on
the definition of text, fine lines and bleeding
of images.
100 inch projection distance (m)
Bright across every mode and lens
Unlike projectors that tend to darken images when certain settings are applied, for example Colour Priority Mode, XEED Installation projectors
can exceed the brightness of competitors’ brightness-class DLP projectors. Just as important, brightness often decreases when changing from a
standard zoom lens to another lens. But with XEED Installation projectors, the brightness difference when you change to a wide angle lens is just 7%.
A telephoto zoom lens achieves the same brightness as a standard zoom lens, and provides beautifully bright images even when projecting long
distances in large venues.
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Screen
Screen
Peerless lens quality sets
Canon Installation projectors apart
Optical axis
Projection Distance (max. zoom)
With a proud 70-year heritage at the forefront of lens design, and with 70 years of expertise
and refinement built into every Canon lens, you’ll achieve perceptibly superior images
whichever lens you use in your XEED Installation projector.
Projection Distance (max. zoom)
SX6000 – Projection Throw Distances (4:3 Aspect Ratio)
As you would expect from a world leader in
imaging optics, Canon’s state of the art lens
technology differentiates the XEED Installation
range from rival models. Unlike the lenses in
competitors’ projectors, all Canon
interchangeable lenses are designed to limit
variations in brightness across the entire
projection distance range.
Each of the four interchangeable lenses in
Canon Installation projectors are designed to
work optimally with Canon LCOS and AISYS
technology – delivering high resolution, low
distortion and minimal chromatic aberration.
The result is bright, beautiful and vivid images
that maintain a consistent appearance
whichever lens is mounted.
The best lens for your environment
Image Size (inches)
Width (cm)
Canon Installation projectors can project up
to a class-leading 90m on a 600" screen.
Each lens can be easily interchanged as
required, on-site, enabling you to maintain
image quality even in large spaces.
Standard Zoom Lens (RS-IL01ST)
(Projection ratio: 1.57:1 - 2.36:1)
Long Zoom Lens (RS-IL02LZ)
(Projection ratio: 2.31:1 - 3.94:1)
Short Fixed Lens (RS-IL03WF)
(Projection ratio: 0.85:1)
Each projector undergoes just a 7% reduction
in brightness when used with its wide-angle
single focus lens. This makes each model ideal
for projecting bright and life-like images in a
large venue.
Ultra Long Zoom Lens (RS-IL04UL)
(Projection ratio: 3.74:1 - 7.32:1)
40
60
80
100
150
200
300
400
500
600
81
122
163
203
305
406
610
813
1016
1219
Height (cm)
61
91
122
152
229
305
457
610
762
914
Wide (m)
1.3
1.9
2.5
3.2
4.8
6.4
9.6
12.8
16.0
19.2
Tele (m)
1.9
2.9
3.8
4.8
7.2
9.6
14.4
19.2
24.0
28.8
Wide (m)
1.9
2.8
3.7
4.7
7.1
9.4
14.2
18.9
23.7
28.4
Tele (m)
3.2
4.8
6.4
8.0
12.0
16.1
24.1
32.2
40.2
48.3
Fixed (m)
0.7
1.0
1.4
1.7
2.6
3.4
5.1
-
-
-
Wide (m)
-
Tele (m)
4.6
6.1
7.6
11.3
15.1
22.6
30.0
37.5
45.0
9.0
11.9
14.9
22.2
29.6
44.4
59.1
73.8
88.6
WX6000 Projection Throw Distances (16:10 Aspect Ratio)
Image Size (inches)
Width (cm)
Standard Zoom Lens (RS-IL01ST)
(Projection ratio: 1.53:1 - 2.29:1)
Long Zoom Lens (RS-IL02LZ)
(Projection ratio: 2.25:1 - 3.83:1)
A choice of four bright, high resolution interchangeable lenses
Short Fixed Lens
RS-IL03WF
Standard Zoom Lens
RS-IL01ST
Short Fixed Lens (RS-IL03WF)
(Projection ratio: 0.82:1)
Long Zoom Lens
RS-IL02LZ
Ultra Long Zoom Lens
RS-IL04UL
Ultra Long Zoom Lens (RS-IL04UL)
(Projection ratio: 3.64:1 - 7.11:1)
40
60
80
100
150
200
300
400
500
600
86
129
172
215
323
431
646
862
1077
1292
Height (cm)
54
81
108
135
202
269
404
538
673
808
Wide (m)
1.3
2.0
2.6
3.3
4.9
6.6
9.9
13.2
16.5
19.8
Tele (m)
2.0
3.0
4.0
4.9
7.4
9.9
14.9
19.8
24.8
29.7
Wide (m)
1.9
2.9
3.9
4.8
7.3
9.7
14.6
19.5
24.4
29.3
Tele (m)
3.3
4.9
6.6
8.3
12.4
16.6
24.9
33.1
41.4
49.7
Fixed (m)
0.7
1.1
1.4
1.8
2.7
3.5
5.3
-
-
-
Wide (m)
3.2
4.8
6.3
7.3
11.7
15.6
23.3
31.0
38.7
46.4
Tele (m)
6.2
9.2
12.3
15.3
22.9
30.5
45.7
60.9
76.1
91.3
WUX4000 / WUX5000 Projection Throw Distances (16:10 Aspect Ratio)
Image Size (inches)
Width (cm)
1.73m (rear projection)
3.2m to 4.8m
4.7m to 8.0m
7.6m to 14.9m
Standard Zoom Lens (RS-IL01ST)
(Projection ratio: 1.49:1 - 2.24:1)
Long Zoom Lens (RS-IL02LZ)
(Projection ratio: 2.19:1 - 3.74:1)
Projection distance
(100" image)
Short Fixed Lens (RS-IL03WF)
(Projection ratio: 0.80:1)
-2m
Projection ratio
Magnification
F value
6
-1
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
0.8 : 1
1.5 : 1~2.25 : 1
2.2 : 1~3.75 : 1
3.55 : 1~6.94 : 1
–
1.5 times
1.7 times
1.95 times
2.0
1.89 ~ 2.65
1.99 ~ 2.83
2.34 ~ 2.81
15m
Ultra Long Zoom Lens (RS-IL04UL)
(Projection ratio: 3.55:1 - 6.94:1)
40
60
80
100
150
200
300
400
500
600
86
129
172
215
323
431
646
862
1077
1292
Height (cm)
54
81
108
135
202
269
404
538
673
808
Wide (m)
1.3
1.9
2.6
3.2
4.8
6.4
9.6
12.9
16.1
19.3
Tele (m)
1.9
2.9
3.9
4.8
7.2
9.6
14.5
19.3
24.1
29.0
Wide (m)
1.9
2.8
3.8
4.7
7.1
9.5
14.2
19.0
23.8
28.5
Tele (m)
3.2
4.8
6.4
8.0
12.1
16.1
24.2
32.3
40.0
48.5
Fixed (m)
0.7
1.0
1.4
1.7
2.6
3.5
5.2
-
-
-
Wide (m)
-
Tele (m)
4.6
6.1
7.6
11.5
15.2
22.7
30.2
37.7
45.2
9.0
12.0
14.9
22.4
29.8
44.6
59.4
74.2
89.0
NB: The throw ratio value is calculated from a 100" image
Fully-featured lenses for tough installation environments
For highly demanding long-distance projection tasks, the new 1.95x
Ultra Long Zoom expands the imaging possibilities in any installation
space. High magnification is achieved via an innovative configuration
of 16 lenses in 11 groups. This gives the lens unit a compact design
that fits within the chassis and leaves the projector’s scope for creative
placement and motion unaffected.
Easy to install and interchange
XEED Installation projectors incorporate a safe and secure lens
mount that eliminates the possibility of tiny movements when the
projector is inverted or used in any 360° position – unlike some
competitor models with quick release mechanisms. This feature is
paramount in professional projection environments requiring total
assurance and reliability for all installations.
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Advanced lens technology
Advanced, innovative features
As you’d expect from a world-leading innovator in imaging technology,
Canon’s superior lens features set the XEED Installation range apart.
DICOM simulation
Picture perfect at the touch of a button
Offering this mode means XEED Medical Installation projectors
deliver the faithful greyscale representation needed for non-diagnostic
medical use.
To combine the best in versatility and convenience, the XEED Installation
range offers a range of image modes, plus five user presets.
Save costs, reduce emissions
At up to 0.08 watts per luminescence unit, XEED Installation
projectors’ power consumption can be described as among
the best in the industry.
Extensive lens options
With a choice of 1.5x Standard Zoom, wide angle, 1.7x Long Zoom and 1.95x Ultra Long Zoom,
each model can project up to a class-leading 14.9 metres (for 100" image) with minimal
brightness loss and no loss of image resolution.
Flexible lens shift
With up to -15% to up to +55% vertical lens shift and up to +/- 10% (for Standard and Long Zoom
lenses), each projector is superbly adaptable to the toughest of Installation projection conditions.
Even using maximum lens shift, distortion, aspect ratio and brightness remain unaffected.
A user-friendly interface enables the presenter to quickly find the
optimum quality for the room conditions and presentation material.
Within each preset, the operator can further fine-tune brightness,
contrast, sharpness, gamma and colour correction.
High-quality
lenses mean highquality images
Inferior quality lenses create
flare, field curvature and
TV distortion, which lead to
inaccurate and unsatisfactory
images. High-quality Canon
lenses minimise these
unwelcome effects.
Enhanced six-axis colour adjustment
An extra colour dimension
All the Canon XEED Professional Installation projectors feature
independent control over brightness as well as hue and saturation:
so it’s easy to fine-tune individual colours within an image.
Each projector features an innovative 3D-LUT (Look Up Table).
With a dramatically increased number of setting points, the LUT
enables the XEED Installation range to deliver more precise colour
reproduction and richer colour gradations.
Accuracy at any magnification
Canon zoom technology uses a superior floating system in which two lenses move independently.
As a result, suitable images can always be projected throughout the entire zoom range, giving
half pixel accuracy even in multi-projector Installation environments like 3D, stacking, blended
systems and domes.
Traditional six-axis
colour adjustment
New six-axis
colour adjustment
3D-LUT image
Minimal chromatic aberration
New UD (Ultra Low Dispersion) technology features in each XEED
Installation projector’s four interchangeable lenses. This drives down
chromatic aberration to almost nil, leaving only vivid images with
negligible colour drift.
An in-built adjustment mechanism keeps colour drift to nearly
zero – the same level you’d expect to find in a fixed-lens projector.
Traditional 3D-LUT
New 3D-LUT
Contrast
Before colour
drifting correction
After colour
drifting correction
Before colour adjustment
The image colour cannot be
expressed correctly.
Colour adjustment by new
six-axis colour adjustment +
new 3D-LUT
Adjustment of a single colour is
possible while the overall colour
tone remains natural.
Screen images are simulated and may differ from actual ones.
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Flexible and powerful
connectivity options
Each XEED Installation projector comes fully-loaded with a range of ports for the connection
of standard and high-definition image sources, including DVI-D or DVI-I and HDMI™ terminals.
Dedicated audio and control ports are also included.
Environments with single or multiple projector installs will appreciate the inclusion of an RJ-45 network port, which enables easy
centralised management, such as remote monitoring and control via any computer on the same network. All projectors are equipped
with AMX Device Discovery for simplified device management and are also compatible with PJLink TM Class 1.
WUX5000/WUX4000
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DVI-D 24-pin: Digital RGB
(WUX5000/WUX4000 only)
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DVI-I 29-pin: Digital/Analogue RGB
(WX6000/SX6000 only)
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HDMI™ V1.3 (with Deep Colour): Digital Video/
Digital Audio/Digital RGB Input
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Mini D-Sub 15-pin: Analogue RGB Input (Component
input via optional adapter cable)
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3.5mm stereo mini-jack: Audio Input 1
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3.5mm stereo mini-jack: Audio Input 2
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3.5mm stereo mini-jack: Audio Output
(variable level)
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RJ-45: Network Connection
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3.5mm stereo mini-jack: Wired Remote
Control Input (WX6000/SX6000 only)
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WX6000/SX6000
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Mini D-sub 9-pin: Control Port (RS-232C)
Designed for intuitive
operation and maintenance
Built for a demanding world, XEED Installation projectors offer easy
maintenance and a choice of flexible installation options.
Simple to maintain
Built to last
Qualified personnel can easily replace the projectors’ lamp and air
filter with the projector in situ – keeping servicing costs and downtime
to a minimum.
With their high-quality consumables, each projector is a superbly
durable performer. Longer-life lamps and air-filters keep servicing and
component costs to a minimum, and deliver superior reliability and a
low total cost of ownership (TCO).
360° projection
For prestige environments like theatres, events and entertainment
facilities, XEED Installation projectors offer vertical projection – upward,
downward or at any angle in between. However, the body must remain
horizontally level.
Lamp unit
Easy Maintenance
Rear access to lamp makes replacement possible in situ
Air-filter can be replaced simply by withdrawing it from the side
Lens shroud
Air-filter unit
Projector shown with optional Top Cover (RS-TC01)
accessory fitted
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Supreme flexibility for a
wide range of industries
The quality your environment demands
XEED Installation projectors are tailor-made for Business, Technical
Colleges and Higher Education, Professional Photographers, Public
Display, Engineering and Design or Simulation and Control Rooms.
Dedicated medical models offer the same high performance along
with specialist features for healthcare environments.
Canon Installation projectors have been designed to fulfil the needs
of a wide range of environments, leveraging the quality standards
for which Canon is renowned.
For Business
In commercial environments like boardrooms
and meeting rooms, the XEED Installation
range’s superb performance in both ambient
and controlled lighting represents a powerful
advantage. They are tailor-made for large
venues, projecting diagonal images of up
to 600".
For high-end conference centres that offer
HD projector facilities as a differentiator,
the projectors’ clarity and precision – whether
with photos, video or presentation graphs and
charts – will create a premium-brand impression.
For Technical Colleges and
Higher Education
In engineering or design lecture theatres and
study rooms, accurate projection of intricate
images like blueprints, product or building
designs is of paramount importance.
The WUX5000 and WUX4000’s 1920 x 1200
WUXGA resolution and ultra-low distortion,
in either natural or controlled light, are ideal
for these environments. Straightforward
connectivity with room control systems
means academic staff can just plug in and go.
For Public Display
For Engineering and Design
For Simulation and Control Rooms
For Professional Photographers
The XEED Installation range can handle the
most adventurous of public display situations
with ease. Museums, exhibitions, visitor
centres and even houses of worship can all
benefit from the projectors’ performance.
3D modelling and prototyping, architecture,
mapping and CAD environments depend on
projecting images with absolute clarity and
accuracy. WUXGA resolution (1920 x 1200
pixels) ensures that fine lines and small text
are sharp and easily legible.
To faithfully portray precision detail, control
rooms and industrial-grade simulators demand
ultra-fast refresh speeds and smooth motion,
together with the high native WUXGA
resolution of the WUX5000 and WUX4000.
These environments are frequently ‘always on’,
especially at the higher end of the market.
The WX6000 and SX6000’s bright, highcontrast projections are tailor made for
showcasing the subtle tones in professional
photographs. Up to 6000 lumens, a high
aperture ratio and colour matching that rivals
professionally calibrated projectors create silky
images that showcase your creativity, enchant
your clients and maximise your sales.
With stunning visuals now a frequent
requirement for these types of environment,
the XEED range’s high resolution capabilities
and 360° installation offer endless scope for
sparkling creativity.
In multi-projector environments like domes,
planetariums and retail stores, the projectors’
precise colour matching and deep colours
deliver a memorable and compelling experience.
For unmatched convenience, essential controls
like zoom, focus and lens shift are adjustable
via remote control – so one person can easily
set up a projector alone. Imagine the time this
feature could save you – for example when
adjusting projectors that are stacked, ceiling
mounted or arranged in display walls.
Meanwhile creatively-focussed businesses like
fashion houses and advertising agencies will
appreciate the superb accuracy and
faithfulness enabled by the six-axis colour
adjustment and new 3D look up table. A wide
choice of preset image modes – such as
Presentation, Dynamic and sRGB – deliver
stunning images in almost any environment.
With longer lasting and easily-replaceable
air-filters, plus a lamp life of up to 3,000 hours,
the WUX5000 and WUX4000’s marriage of
premium image quality, durability and low
running costs will find a natural
home in these tough environments.
Reliable performance and modest running
costs give Canon Installation projectors a low
total cost of ownership; while their dependable
operation won’t let you down in front of clients.
For Medical Environments*
Key features enhance user and audience experiences
The XEED Installation range includes four dedicated Medical Installation projectors. These make a powerful addition to any PACS (Picture
Archiving and Communication System), providing a reliable platform for radiological case discussions in hospitals, private medical centres
and dentistry practices.
Remote control power
Exact colour matching
Essential controls like
motorised zoom, motorised
focus and motorised lens
shift are adjustable via
remote control, making
adjustment simple wherever
the user or projector are
situated.
With Delta-E94 measurement
that indicates how much a
colour deviates from an
accepted standard, all models
achieve colour matching of
similar quality to
professionally calibrated
devices: delivering results that
are visibly close to the quality
of an sRGB monitor.
Medical imaging demands extremely accurate reproduction of greyscales, so the XEED Medical Installation range’s precise and accurate projection
of X-ray and MRI images in any size of room represents compelling advantage. XEED Medical Installation projectors offer an out-of-the-box
DICOM simulation mode as standard.
Ideal choice: WUX5000 Medical, WUX4000 Medical, WX6000 Medical, SX6000 Medical
Precision projection
Test patterns facilitate
easy setup
The WX6000 and SX6000
include 24 test patterns –
an essential asset in both
single and multi-projector
environments and a valuable
aid for system integrators
and professional installers.
Half pixel accuracy gives
projects faithful images in
environments where
precision is paramount.
WUX5000, WUX4000
Remote Control
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*XEED projectors are not approved for diagnostic purposes.
WX6000, SX6000
Remote Control
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Which XEED is right for you?
XEED Medical Installation projectors:
quality equals accuracy
Canon XEED Installation projectors offer a rich choice of features that make it easy to
select the ideal model for your workload, environment and budget.
The bright, high resolution and superbly accurate greyscale images delivered by XEED Medical Installation
projectors makes them the natural choice for medical professionals.*
XEED WUX5000
XEED WUX4000
The advanced WUXGA, 5000 lumens
Installation projector
Redefining the quality standard
for Installation projectors
The XEED WUX5000 benefits from LCOS technology
delivering 5000 lumens, WUXGA resolution, Full HD
support and motorised interchangeable lenses – redefining
image quality for Installation projectors.
With WUXGA resolution, Full HD support and a range
of motorised interchangeable lenses, the WUX4000
benefits from LCOS technology – redefining the benchmark
for Installation projectors.
XEED WX6000
XEED SX6000
Bright WXGA XEED Installation projector with precision
motorised lens options
Canon’s brightest XEED Installation projector
with precision motorised lens options
The XEED WX6000 incorporates LCOS and AISYS technology
with motorised lenses to deliver 5700 lumens colour
brightness and WXGA+ resolution – perfect for businesses
upgrading to widescreen projection.
The XEED SX6000 incorporates LCOS and AISYS technology
with motorised lenses to deliver a true 6000 lumens colour
brightness and SXGA+ resolution – ideal where a traditional
aspect ratio is required.
Uncompromising clarity
and accuracy
If patient conditions are to be illustrated
faithfully, medical images must be projected
with extremely accurate greyscales.
Thanks to Canon LCOS panel technology,
ultra-fine greyscales can be achieved in most
lighting conditions. X-ray and MRI images are
displayed seamlessly, free from the unwanted
‘lattice’ and ‘rainbow’ effects that so often
plague conventional LCD and DLP models.
The result is simply the best possible
reproduction of radiological images.
Out-of-the-box DICOM simulation
The DICOM 14 standard is the accepted
benchmark in digital radiology. The XEED
Medical Installation range offers a DICOM
simulation mode as standard. It features
21 different levels of greyscale so you can
obtain the most accurate results in a wide
range of lighting conditions. In addition,
a range of DICOM presets makes it far
easier to accurately match twin screens
when required.
Without DICOM simulation mode
Canon XEED projectors are a powerful
addition to any PACS (Picture Archiving and
Communication System), providing a reliable
platform for radiological case discussions
in hospitals, private medical centres and
dentistry practices.
With DICOM simulation mode
XEED SX6000
XEED WX6000
Panel Type
Native Resolution
Aspect Ratio
Brightness
XEED WUX4000
LCOS (Reflective) x3
1400 x 1050 (SXGA+)
1440 x 900 (WXGA+)
1920 x 1200 (WUXGA)
1920 x 1200 (WUXGA)
4:3
16:10
16:10
16:10
6000 lumens
5700 lumens
4000 lumens
5000 lumens
Contrast Ratio
1000:1 (full on / full off)
Focus Control
Motorised (0.5 pixel)
Zoom Control
Motorised Vertical and Horizontal Shift (0.5 pixel)
Lens Mounting
0.7m – 88.6m
(depending upon lens)
0.7m – 91.3m
(depending upon lens)
VGA, DVI-I, HDMI
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0.7m – 89.0m
(depending upon lens)
VGA, DVI-D, HDMI
Yes
Weight
Other Features
0.7m – 89.0m
(depending upon lens)
5.0W RMS, Monaural
Network Port
Noise Level
XEED WUX4000 Medical Installation Projector
• Native WUXGA resolution with Canon LCOS technology
• Native WUXGA resolution with Canon LCOS technology
• 5000 lumens brightness and 1000:1 contrast ratio
• 4000 lumens brightness and 1000:1 contrast ratio
• Full HD capability
• Full HD capability
• DICOM Simulation image mode
• DICOM Simulation image mode
• Range of four interchangeable lenses and motorised lens shift
• Range of four interchangeable lenses and motorised lens shift
XEED WX6000 Medical Installation Projector
XEED SX6000 Medical Installation Projector
• Native WXGA+ resolution with Canon LCOS technology
• Native SXGA+ resolution with Canon LCOS technology
• 5700 lumens brightness
• 1000:1 contrast ratio
• The brightest Canon Medical projector at 6000 lumens brightness
and 1000:1 contrast ratio
• HD Ready
• Traditional 4:3 aspect ratio
• DICOM Simulation image mode
• HD Ready
• Range of four interchangeable lenses and motorised lens shift
• DICOM Simulation image mode
Interchangeable
Built-in Speaker
Input Types
XEED WUX5000 Medical Installation Projector
Motorised (0.5 pixel)
Lens Shift
Projection Distance
Coverage
XEED WUX5000
8.5kg (excluding lens)
40dBA
39dBA (Quiet Mode: 36dBA)
40dBA
HD Ready
Wired Remote Control
Test Patterns
Full HD
Full HD
• Range of four interchangeable lenses and motorised lens shift
*XEED projectors are not approved for diagnostic purposes.
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