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34 M2 Series


The most compact digital projector in its class, this dual mercury lamp platform provides the high-performance and feature-rich standards you’ve come to expect from all Christie® products. Christie Twist™ enables seamless white and black level edge-blending of multiple curved images, send signals to multiple


projectors additional hardware or software. *Roadster versions available including stacking frame, 4 fully populated input cards and rental chassis top.


4 Model HD6K-M


HD10K-M* HD14K-M* WU7K-M


WU12K-M* WU14K-M*


Type


3 chip DLP 3 chip DLP 3 chip DLP 3 chip DLP 3 chip DLP 3 chip DLP


Brightness 6,600


11,000 13,500 6,930


11,550 14,000


year warranty 1


Resolution 1080p 1080p 1080p


W-UXGA W-UXGA W-UXGA


year lamp warranty


See below for optional lenses


Lens Ratio Body only Body only Body only Body only Body only Body only


J Series


High brightness, embedded warping and blending functionality, 3D upgradability and flexibility is standard in the Christie J Series. The existing Xenon 3-chip DLP®


with the features and functionality to share, collaborate and create, all wrapped up in the most rugged, compact chassis in its class.


3 Model


Roadster WU20K-J Roadster HD20K-J Roadster S+22K-J


Type


3 chip DLP 3 chip DLP 3 chip DLP


M Series/J Series Optional Lenses 118-100110-01 Lens ILS 0.73:1SX+/0.67:1HD 118-100117-01 Lens ILS 1.2SX+/1.1HD 118-100111-01 Lens ILS 1.25-1.6SX+/1.16-1.49HD 118-100112-01 Lens ILS 1.5-2.0SX+/1.4-1.8HD 118-100113-01 Lens ILS 2.0-2.8SX+/1.8-2.6HD


Brightness 20,000 20,000 22,000


year warranty See below for optional lenses platform is upgraded


Resolution WUXGA HD


SXGA+


Lens Ratio Body only Body only Body only


118-100114-01 Lens ILS 2.8-4.5SX+/2.6-4.1HD 118-100115-01 Lens ILS 4.5-7.3SX+/4.1-6.9HD 118-100116-01 Lens ILS 7.5-11.2SX+/6.9-10.4HD 108-331108-01 Lens ILS conversion kit - Converts Xenon CT Series lens to fit M Series ILS System


PROJECTION


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