The LX-MH502Z combines the long-lasting benefits of laser projection with 5,000 lumens of brightness and a 4K UHD (3840 x 2160) display resolution for high quality image reproduction and enjoyment in a lightweight package of 9.3kg.
Long-lasting and reliable, the laser light source offers a projection life of up to 20,000 hours*, in which significant reduction in maintenance and running costs can be achieved over the long-term, as compared to conventional mercury lamps.
50,000:1 contrast ratio for vibrant images
Brightness: 5,000 lumens
4K UHD (3840 x 2160 pixels)
Expanded connectivity with HDBaseT support
*This is an estimated value, actual hours may vary depending on usage and environment. This is not a guarantee of the life span of individual laser diodes.
High Resolution Projections with Seven Image Modes for All Situations
With its native 4K UHD (3840 x 2160) resolution, the LX-MH502Z is capable of projecting up to 300 inches. It can be used for big-screen projection, delivering bright and clear images with a brightness of 5,000 lumens and a 50,000:1 contrast ratio.
A range of preset Image Modes including Presentation, Standard, sRGB, Cinema, DICOM and two customisable user modes – User 1 and User 2, make it easy to best display the various materials being projected.
Easy Adjustability with Lens Shift and Flexible Projection Orientations
With LX-MH502Z’s optical lens shift function (vertical: ±60%, horizontal: ±23%), the image can be shifted vertically and horizontally without moving the projector itself or applying keystone adjustment. The projector can be installed in any orientation – landscape or portrait modes. This makes the projector flexible for use in various settings, including retail outlets and museums in which vertical projections are common.
Wide Interface Support
The LX-MH502Z has a wide range of connectivity options, which includes dual HDMI ports and HDBaseT that supports the transmission of non-compressed HD video/audio/control signals using a single LAN cable over long distances of up to 100 metres. A computer connected to the wired LAN can be used to control the projector or monitor its operation. A multiple number of projectors on the network can be controlled using a compatible Crestron or AMX (Device Discovery) device.