Page 2: Table Of Contents Introduction "Projector Monitoring Software" hereafter referred to as "this software" is a software that uniformly manages network-connected compliant Canon Projectors, via network. Operating conditions and maintenance information of up to projectors can be monitored and managed. This manual describes the introduction of this software, and its routine operation. Prepare an administrative computer that is C Creparing an administrative connected to a network. Projectors connected to computer the local area network can be managed. NET Framework 2.
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Canon LCOS and AISYS technology ensures bright, clear images with vivid colours and the lumens brightness and contrast ratio allows the projector to produce vivid colours and deep blacks, even in very bright ambient situations.
Flexible projector placement A 1. Designed to avoid image distortion, the high-quality lens benefits from technology developed in the Canon EF range of photographic lenses. In addition, the lens offset makes installation exceptionally easy. Professional PHOTO image mode To ensure your photos are displayed at their optimum, a dedicated PHOTO image mode measures the intensity and tone of ambient light to balance the displayed images appropriately.
This mode offers exceptionally accurate colour reproduction of still images in any lighting condition. The USB port can also be connected to PictBridge-compatible digital cameras to display images stored on the memory card directly. An on-board RJ port is also present for connection to a network. Using the RJ port allows control and integration with industry standard AV control systems. Quiet Mode also extends lamp lifetime for up to a maximum of 3, hours.
There are three LCOS panels in the projector; one for each of the primary colours — red, green and blue. Each panel features a layer of liquid crystal pixels on top of a reflective mirror base. Beneath this, the circuitry is placed.
This is a combination of both reflective and transmissive image technologies to provide the best features of each, with none of the drawbacks. By using an advanced optical array and a Polarisation Beam Splitter PBS , light leakage is reduced to a minimum thereby increasing the brightness.
The use of precision, high-quality optics enhances the contrast. Motorised zoom lens Setting up a projector can take a little bit of time to get right. However, the zoom lens provides flexible placement options and provides a throw range from 1.
These technologies help to eliminate flare and ghosting and provide sharp, contrasty images with greatly reduced chromatic aberration. For more precise control, image display colours can be adjusted using the 6-Axis Colour Adjustment feature.
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