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38 H Series


The Christie H Series can be setup in any orientation, includes built-in warping and blending, and offers a full suite of lenses to meet even the most challenging projection needs. With superior image quality, flexible connectivity and less than half the noise of competitive products, the Christie H Series makes itself seen, not heard.


4 Model


D12WU-H (White) D12WU-H (Black) D12HD-H (White) D12HD-H (Black)


Type DLP DLP DLP DLP


Brightness 12000 12000 11000 11000


year warranty 4


Resolution WUXGA WUXGA HD HD


year lamp warranty


See below for optional lenses


Lens Ratio Body only Body only Body only Body only


HS Series


Laser Phosphor Technology


Achieve high-precision images with a compact, super quiet projection solution. The Christie® Series offers the world’s brightest 1DLP®


laser


phosphor projector boasting up to 13,500 lumens in WUXGA and HD resolutions , with Christie BoldColor Technology.


D13WU-HS / D13HD-HS year warranty


4 Model


D13WU-HS D13HD-HS


Type


DLP Laser Phosphor DLP Laser Phosphor


Brightness 13500 13000


Resolution WUXGA HD


H Series / HS Series Optional Lenses 140-114107-01 Optional 0.84 - 1.02:1 Zoom Lens 140-115108-01 Optional 1.02 - 1.36:1 Zoom Lens for H series 140-109101-01 Optional 1.2-1.5:1 Zoom Lens (Full ILS) 140-110103-01 Optional 1.5 - 2.0:1 Zoom Lens (Full ILS)


HS


See below for optional lenses


Lens Ratio Body only Body only


140-111104-01 Optional 2.0 - 4.0:1 Zoom Lens (Full ILS) 140-116109-01 Optional 4.0 - 7.0:1 Zooom Lens (Full ILS) 140-112105-01 Optional Adaptor for E-Series Lenses


PROJECTION


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