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Hitachi CP-X302 Projector

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The Hitachi CP-X302 Projector is a lightweight XGA projector that brings portability and expansive input/output capability to a wide range of applications including corporate, education and government. Offering 2600 lumens but weighing a very light 7.7 pounds, the CP-X301 is easy to install or use on a cart top.

For convenience, it features a side-mounted hybrid filter, which lasts for 2,000 hours before replacement. Additionally, the lamp door is located on the top of the projector for easy replacement if the projector is ceiling-mounted. It also offers 7-watts of built-in audio, automatic vertical keystone correction and a host of viewing enhancement functions including Whiteboard, Blackboard and Day Time modes. For security it features a Transition Detector, PIN Lock and MyScreen Lock functions, as well as a security bar that enables the use of a heavy chain to prevent theft.

High Quality Projection

Whether you are projecting a movie, a presentation, or still images from your digital camera, your audience will be treated to crisp, life like reproduction. Employs a 220w UHB lamp and three 0.63″ LCD panels to produce true XGA (1024 x 768) resolution and 2600 lumens of brightness to reproduce detailed and bright images.
HDTV ready, the CP-X301 is compatible with 480i, 576i, 480p, 720p and 1080i signals (output is standard resolution).
Has a 500:1 contrast ratio, a 1.2x manual zoom and manual focus lens, and a throw distance of 3.6-ft. at 30″.
Whisper Mode reduces fan noise to 29dB for quiet performance – whether in the living room, boardroom or classroom.

High Performance

Offers long lamp life (3,000 hours in standard mode; 4,000 hours in Whisper Mode), and a hybrid filter, which lasts for 2,000 hours before replacement.
7 watts of built-in audio eliminates the need for external speakers, while the Audio Pass Through function allows audio to play while the projector is in standby mode.
Hitachi’s proprietary My Buttons functionality brings a new level of customizability to educators. It allows two buttons on the projector to be programmed to execute any projector command.
Vertical Keystone (+/-30°) detects the angle of the projector’s angle relative to the floor and automatically corrects for distortion.
Input source naming feature allows users to rename input sources to fit their needs.
Remote control has a ‘My Source/Doc Camera button’, allowing users to directly choose an input source, or document camera. The remote also has volume buttons for the audio.
In Magnify mode, the video signal (composite, component or S-Video input) can be zoomed in up to 2x and the computer signal can be zoomed in up to 4x.


Incorporates a variety of I/O ports to cover almost any corporate, government or educational presentation. These include two RGB (VGA, SVGA,XGA, SXGA, SXGA+, UXGA) inputs and one output, composite video (NTSC, NTSC 4.43, PAL, PAL-M, PAL-N, and SECAM), S-Video input, and component video (480i, 576i, 480p, 720p, 1080i) input via three RCA jacks.
There is also a stereo audio input/output, RS-232 port for external control, and a USB connector.


For security, there is a ‘Transition Detector’, which requires a password to operate the projector when it is moved from a fixed position.
Offers PIN Lock and MyScreen Lock functions, as well as a security slot for the Kensington lock.
Security bar enables the use of a heavy chain or wire up to 10mm in diameter to prevent theft.


Lamp door is located on the top of the projector for easy replacement if its ceiling-mounted.
Whiteboard Mode provides adequate clarity while limiting brightness for use with whiteboards.
Day Time Mode allows users to clearly see the images in a bright environment.
Blackboard Mode offers better color balance when displaying an image on a colored background.
My Screen function lets you to store images like a company logo or product picture in the memory. Image is displayed immediately when the projector is switched on.
Offers closed captioning (CC1, CC2, CC3, CC4, T1, T2, T3,?T4), allowing audience members to read text or dialogue for video fed from a DVD player or television.
Supplied remote control works as a simple mouse and keyboard of the PC, when the projector’s USB port (B-type) connects with the PC’s USB port (A- type) port via a mouse cable.