Ideal for virtually any application, the Hitachi CP-X306 LCD projector offers remote control and maintenance via a LAN connection, while Hitachi's proprietary My Image technology allows administrators to send still images to every projector on the network. The Hitachi CP-X306 projector features Hitachi PJManŽ software, allowing users to control and monitor multiple projectors via a web browser without having to download and install application software. This allows administrators to monitor for functions such as lamp life on every projector on the network from a single, remote location. Additionally, the timing of switching the projector's power on and off can be automatically scheduled from a computer.
The CP-X306 projector features a new hybrid filter, allowing for 2,000 hours before maintenance, located on the side of the chassis, making it accessible no matter how the projector is mounted. The CP-X306 also offer longer lamp life (3,000 hours in standard mode; 4,000 hours in Whisper Mode*).
Addressing the issue of security, administrators can transfer still images to every projector on the network, thanks to the My Image function. The images will be automatically displayed on every projector, regardless of whether or not they are in use at the time. This is particularly useful in emergency situations when a notification needs to be sent immediately across a large area.
The CP-X306 projector offers 2,600 lumens of brightness and weighs 8.8 pounds. It also features 7 Watts of built-in audio, eliminating the need for external speakers. The CP-X306 also offers anti-theft features such as a Transition Detector (requires a password to operate the projector when moved from a fixed position). PIN Lock and MyScreen Lock, as well as a security bar, are also available.
*Actual lamp life will vary by individual lamp and based on environmental conditions, selected operating mode, user settings and usage. Hours of average lamp life specified are not guaranteed and do not constitute part of the product or lamp warranty. Lamp brightness decreases over time