Projector

 
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Model

Christie DHD1075-GS

Type

Laser Phosphor

Resolution

1920 x 1080 HD

Brightness

10,000 ISO lumens

Contrast

300,000:1

 

Dimensions

Length: 22.2" (555mm)
Width: 19.2" (480mm)
Height: 7.6" (190mm)

Weight

54.9lbs (24.9kg)

Power

100-240 VAC @ 50/60 Hz (w/ 15A fuse)
10 Amps
1070 Watt

more Information

Christie Website

Documentation

User Manual - Download (10mb)

Serial API Commands - Download (670kb)


Available Lenses

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1.52-2.89:1 zoom

Well suited for most projection environments. 

Unless otherwise requested, all projectors come with this lens. 

 

0.75-0.95:1 Zoom

This is a short throw lens, best suited for situations where the distance between projector and screen is limited.


*Note there is only one of these lenses available. Please request well in advance to ensure availability. 


Signal Converter & Cable

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Each projector kit comes with a HDMI to SDI adapter and 100 foot coaxial cable. This adapter allows you to send a video signal over long distances using very affordable coaxial cable (RG-59) with a BNC connection. Because the projector has an SDI input, the conversion is only necessary once. 

Note, in order to use this method of connection, you need an HDMI signal out of your playback device.  Many computers have HDMI outputs but it is also possible to use an adapter to convert your signal into HDMI. We do not provide adapters. You will need to buy one. See F.A.Q. for more details.  

 


Throw Distance

Throw distance describes the relationship between the location of the projector relative to the surface and the size of the projected image.

In other words, this tells you how far away from your projection surface you need to place your projector in order to get a desired image size.

You can use an easy calculation to find these measurements. 

Click here to calculate throw distance

Instructional Videos

  • Rigging
  • Packing and unpacking
  • Attaching lens
  • plugging into computer
  • Lifting and manipulating
  • Menu and setup