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Projectors The Vivid LX33 and Vivid LX41 are the latest additions to the Vivid series of high-performance projectors built
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Oct 1, 2002 12:00 PM



The Vivid LX33 and Vivid LX41 are the latest additions to the Vivid series of high-performance projectors built to deliver flexibility with optional networking capabilities for boardrooms, classrooms, churches, and theme parks. The Vivid LX33 and LX41 are lightweight, compact projectors that are the first Christie projectors to offer networking capabilities for remote control and monitoring. Featuring digital keystone correction, vertical image shift, and four optional lenses, the LX33 and LX41 provide placement of images that are bright, crisp, and free of noise and distortion. The LX33 and LX41 can also be configured for networking capabilities with the company's new, optional ChristieNET connectivity module, which enables the projectors to be connected to a TCP/IP network for monitoring and control.
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Speed Dome

Samsung CCTV

The SCC-641 is a color speed dome that is sensitive to the I.R. spectrum. Features include 22-times optical zoom, picture-in-picture, motion detection, continuous autofocus, high-speed PTZ, low-light performance, zoom programming, and patterns and presets. The dome also has a GE Plastics LEXAN polycarbonate vandal-resistant cover. The speed dome offers a newly extended line of accessories, including the SSC-1000 controller.
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Electronic Test Equipment


The CP5000 is an all-display color analyzer. You can align video displays to match industry specifications and deliver peak performance with the unit. You can also align color tracking and luminance on video displays with continuously updated readings. The measurement specifications are similar to those in lab-grade instruments and are NIST traceable.
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Plasma Display Cart

Premier Mounts

The Avecta cart offers durability and functionality with a distinct design flair and versatility. The plasma display cart features a wide, open base for stability. The space between the two supporting posts is covered with a flushmounted fascia to conceal cables and power cords. Three heights are available: 60 inches (PSD-AV60), 72 inches (PSD-AV72), and 84 inches (PSD-AV84).
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The Notevision C50 projector (XG-C50X) has 3,000 ANSI lumens brightness, native XGA resolution, and an 11.2-pound attaché-case design. The Notevision C50 is for basic installation in the education, government, and corporate markets. The Notevision C50 also offers built-in theft-deterrent features and an optional Secure Mount system. An L-type optical system results in higher brightness and improved imaging efficiency.
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Hitachi America

The ultraportable CP-S317W and CP-X327W are multimedia projectors. As portable, six-pound footprints, both projectors possess a brightness of 1,500 ANSI lumens and a 300:1 contrast ratio. The CP-X327W features native XGA resolution for added image sharpness and clarity. The CP-S317W provides SVGA resolution at a lower cost.
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Plasma Monitor

Daewoo Electronics Corp.

The DSP-4280GM is a 42-inch, 16:9 aspect ratio wide-screen plasma monitor. It has 600 cd/m2 brightness and 3,000:1 contrast ratio. Its multiple A/V inputs include component inputs for DVD mode and DTV-Ready mode. The DSP-4280GM accepts digital signals from any consumer PC through a 15-pin D-Sub for VGA-UXGA acceptance for easy connection.
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Channel Vision

The Sat-HD58 is a 5-in, 8-out HDTV-amplified multiswitch suitable for residential and commercial multireceiver satellite applications. Compatible with DirecTV systems, the Sat-HD58 accepts dual LNB with amplified antenna for distribution to eight receivers. It features low intermodulation and harmonic distortion. The Sat-HD58 comes with an external power supply.
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Line Driver/Converter

Comprehensive Video Group

The CVG-VR5CL is a high-resolution computer video-to-RGBHV line amplifier and converter. The CVG-VR5CL allows a single VGA/XGA/UXGA source to simultaneously drive a local monitor and as many as two compatible large display devices. The CVG-VR5CL provides local monitor loop-through and level and cable equalization from front-panel controls to compensate for long cable runs. The CVG-VR5CL operates on a standard 12 VDC source, so it is suitable for fieldwork.
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Projector Mount

Display Devices

There is a new Ethernet interface for the Anti-Theft Projector Mounts. The optional interface features four levels of notification: vibration trigger, projector-missing trigger, maintenance key inserted or activated, and AC power failure. The custom DDI software lets users remotely turn the unit on or off for maintenance, activate the alarm in a silent mode, and poll multiple units for system functionality.
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Plasma Display

Fujitsu General America

The latest Plasmavision SlimScreen monitor, the 50-inch PDS-5004, replaces the previous 50-inch model, the PDS-5002. The high-definition, wide-screen (16:9) PDS-5004 features an onboard stereo amplifier and incorporates the company's video technologies.
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Princeton Graphic Systems

The newest member of the SENergy line of LCD monitors is the SENergy 981. The active-matrix TFT display is a 19-inch LCD monitor with sRGB color matching modes and Premium MVA Technology. The space-saving, four-way adjustable ergonomic digital display provides viewing accuracy. Features include sRGB and Enhanced sRGB Color modes for cross-application and print-output color-matching accuracy.
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The 20-inch Model L20V26 caters to the needs of health-care providers. Combined with a pillow speaker interface and mounting hardware, the compact, lightweight LCD monitor is a patient room solution that offers enhanced safety and footwall space savings. On the picture-quality side, the L20V26 has a 20.1-inch screen and an internal NTSC tuner that accepts cable, antenna, satellite dish, and NTSC video sources. Its 640-by-480 resolution produces detailed imagery, and a 400:1 contrast ratio offers contrast between light and dark images.
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