User manual Christie HD Projection ILS 4.1-6.9:1/4.5-7.3:1 118-100115-01
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User manual for Christie HD Projection ILS 4.1-6.9:1/4.5-7.3:1 118-100115-01
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User manual for the Christie HD Projection ILS 4.1-6.9:1/4.5-7.3:1 118-100115-01
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The HD Projection ILS Zoom Lens from Christie is a lens incorporating the Intelligent Lens System (ILS). The ILS automatically recognizes and calibrates a lens when it is installed. Stepper-motor-based encoding ensures that motor drift does not occur, thus providing accurate and repeatable recall of all lens offset, zoom, and focus positions. When used with Christie M Series HD/WU products, this ILS zoom lens has a 4.1-6.9:1 throw ratio. If used with any Christie M Series SXGA+ products, the ILS zoom lens will provide a 4.5-7.3:1 throw ratio.
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Additional parameters of the Christie HD Projection ILS 4.1-6.9:1/4.5-7.3:1 118-100115-01:
HD/WU:4.1-6.9:1 SXGA+: 4.5-7.3:1
HD/WU:120% SXGA+: ±100%
HD/WU: ±42% SXGA+: ±50%
Christie DS+10K/14K/6K/8K series Christie HD series Christie WU/WX series Matrix WU7K-J Mirage series Roadster series
HD/WU: 66 to 764" (168 to 1941 cm) SXGA+: 61 to 696" (154 to 1768 cm)
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