The REALiS WUX7500 LCOS Projector combines exceptional image quality, high brightness and superb quietness at only 27db*2 , along with a wide range of interchangeable lens options and advanced features in an innovative design. The REALiS WUX7500 is ideal for higher education, corporate applications, advertising, marketing, houses of worship, simulation, training, museums, galleries and more. Its low-noise operation makes it especially suitable for quiet environments such as higher education and medical fields.
Exceptional High Image Quality
Native WUXGA (1920 x 1200) resolution enables a highly detailed image in a large, widescreen display with both high brightness of 7500 lumens and a high contrast ratio of 2000:1*1. The REALiS WUX7500 features Canon’s own, unique LCOS (Liquid Crystal on Silicon) technology with AISYS-enhancement, producing virtually seamless images with outstanding color reproduction and saturation. Advanced color management tools also allow independent color adjustment for highly detailed color control.
The REALiS WUX7500 offers a center lens design and is compatible with six interchangeable Genuine Canon lens options. These lenses provide consistent brightness and superior stability for a variety of applications and can be fitted easily, in seconds, thanks to their convenient spigot design. The six lenses include the Ultra Short Fixed lens RS-SL06UW, which is compatible with Marginal Focus for accurate projection onto a curved surface, and features a throw ratio of 0.54:1 with a generous lens shift (-15% – 75% vertical, ±30% horizontal). The REALiS WUX7500 is designed to help reduce fan noise for quiet operation (up to 27 decibels)*2.
Versatile Connectivity and Network Management
A comprehensive range of industry standard interfaces provide all you need for convenient, user-friendly connection. Inputs include HDBaseT™, HDMI, DVI-I, DisplayPort, USB Type A, RJ-45, RS-232, audio inputs and Network Multi Projection (NMPJ) over Wi-Fi®.
Peace of Mind
Backed by Canon’s award-winning Professional Service & Support, the REALiS WUX7500 includes the Canon 3-Year Projector and Lamp Limited Warranty (120 day lamp coverage), as well as an Advanced Warranty Exchange Service Program and a Service Loaner Program for further peace of mind.
The projector projects bright 7500 lumen images with up to a 2000:1*1 contrast ratio that helps ensure deep blacks, bright whites and outstanding color. The results are images with crisp depth and dimension, and amazing color accuracy, which is critical to those with discerning needs.
*1 All white: all black. When standard RS-SL01ST projection lens used. When Lamp Control is “ON”.
Native WUXGA Resolution (1920 x 1200)
Canon’s WUXGA resolution brings bright, true widescreen display of highly detailed HD video content and still images with outstanding color richness to large-room installations in high resolution WUXGA (1920 x 1200) at a competitive price. Widescreen graphics, text and other visual content from laptops and desktop computers are shown in accurate proportions from edge to edge with sharp detail
LCOS Technology with AISYS-enhancement
The exceptional imaging performance of the projector starts with Canon’s proprietary AISYS (Aspectual Illumination System) Optical Engine. This engine utilizes advanced light management technology to maximize the contrast and brightness benefits of the projector’s LCOS (Liquid Crystal on Silicon) display panels, which deliver superior reflectivity and durability while accomplishing high luminance. The result is highly detailed, seamless, ultra-sharp image projection in virtually any environment.
Six Optional Genuine Canon Interchangeable Lenses with Spigot Lens Mount System and Ultra Short Fixed Lens RS-SL06UW with V: -15% – 75%, H: ±30% Lens Shift
Six optional interchangeable Genuine Canon lenses enable a wide variety of applications for exceptional image quality and flexibility. A spigot lens mount system is designed so that the lens can be quickly and securely installed in virtually seconds. Optional lenses include the Ultra Short Fixed Lens RS-SL06UW, which features compatibility with Marginal Focus for accurate projection onto a spherical surface, a 0.54:1 throw ratio and a generous vertical lens shift of V: -15% – 75%, H: ±30% horizontal.
Multiple Image Modes including DICOM Simulation Mode*3 for Optimal Image Quality Reproduction
The projector includes pre-set Image Modes and additional customizable Image Modes to suit a wide range of user preferences and projection environments.
Multiple Image Modes
Image Modes provide different variations of color reproduction characteristics suitable for the image type and projection environment. They include:
Standard: Ideal for bright rooms, and when using content from computer screens or motion picture content.
Presentation: Ideal for somewhat bright rooms when text needs to be clear, such as when part of a video presentation.
Dynamic: Ideal for rooms that are somewhat bright, and when showing motion picture content.
Vivid Photo: Ideal for rendering rich color brilliantly and reproducing skin tones naturally.
Photo/sRGB: Ideal for projecting images from sRGB-supported digital cameras.
Video: Ideal for rooms that are somewhat dark, and for video content.
Cinema: Ideal for viewing theatrical image content in a room without lighting.
5 Customizable Modes: Ideal for custom set-ups. Provides up to 5 user-selected combinations of image quality settings that can be stored in the memory and selected as an image mode.
DICOM Simulation Mode*3: Ideal for displaying medical images in non-diagnostic settings. Both Blue Base and Clear Base settings are supported.
*3 This projector includes a DICOM Simulation Mode. It has not been cleared or approved for medical diagnosis and should not be used for these purposes.
Image Adjustment and Advanced Adjustment Options for Customizable Image Characteristics
The projector offers extensive image quality adjustments to help users customize the image to meet their specific projection needs.
The Image Adjustment settings allow users to customize the image and color characteristics to fulfill their specific imaging needs. These include:
- Color Level
- Color Balance
- Color Temperature
- Gain (RGB)
- Offset (RGB)
Advanced Image Adjustments
These adjustments provide greater flexibility to professional users with more options to adjust the image as desired. These settings include:
Ambient Light: This technology allows the user to select the color temperature, lamp type and other characteristics that are in the active environment.
Random Noise Reduction: This feature eliminates minute noise that may appear in the image.
MPEG Noise Reduction: This feature eliminates block noise that may appear when playing back compressed digital images and “mosquito noise” that may appear in a dot pattern near the edges.
Mosquito Noise Reduction: This feature eliminates “mosquito noise” exclusively from still images.
Dynamic Gamma: When applied, this feature analyzes individual areas of the image for specific, independent contrast adjustment so light and dark areas do not appear over- or under-exposed.
Memory Color Correction: This Canon technology can be used to enhance skin tones and other color features for rich, vivid results that look striking to the human eye.
6-Axis Color Adjust: This technology lets users fine-tune the hue and saturation of each of the primary and secondary colors, providing a high degree of control that can make each projected image a “masterpiece.”
Fine-tune Gamma: This setting enables the adjustment of gamma curve, allowing the user to adjust white, red, green and blue.
Allows the user to select either Full Power to project images at full brightness, or Power Saver which reduces lamp brightness to save energy.
Motion Blur Reduction*4
The projector includes Canon’s latest Motion Blur Reduction*4 feature for improved visibility when movement is fast. By inserting extra frames to video content, motion blur is reduced and the clarity of graphics and text on fast-moving objects is preserved. Three different modes (Strong, Low and Off) are included for flexibility, with each depending on the level of movement and type of video content.
*4 When motion blur reduction is activated, brightness will be affected.
Quiet Operation as Low as 27dB*2
The projector design allows air-cooling fans to be muted, which helps achieve quiet operation as low as 27dB*2 with brightness adjustments. This provides a distinct advantage in environments such as schools, hospitals and galleries or anywhere noise and distractions need to be kept to a minimum.
*2 When “Power Saver 2” applied.
Advanced Professional Installation Settings including Built-in Edge Blending and Advanced Registration
A variety of advanced installation settings provide added customization options for challenging installation areas.
If the projector sits in high land over 2300 meters above sea level, High Altitude mode enables faster fan speeds to prevent overheating.
The Edge Blending function enables the user to combine multiple images to create a seamless, extra-wide projection. Advanced functions allow for color blending and black level adjustments to maximize image quality.
Micro-Digital Image Shift
The Micro-Digital Image Shift function shifts the image electrically, using the surplus pixels on the LCOS panel.
The Registration function modifies the registration by electronically correcting color shift due to changes in alignment of each RGB panel position.
Fan Mode gives the user the ability to adjust the fan speed to support different environmental workspaces.
The Vertical Projection function automatically adjusts fan speeds and other configurations to support vertical installations.
Versatile Connectivity – HDBaseT™, HDMI, DVI-I, DisplayPort, Wi-Fi® Connectivity, USB Type A, RJ-45, RS-232 and Audio Inputs
Connections include: HDMI, DVI-I and analog RGB computer connectors; DisplayPort for image and audio signal transmission over a single cable; Wi-Fi® support for NMPJ functions; a VGA connector; and a LAN connection terminal which relays data to a built-in HDBaseT™ receiver for transmission of video and audio signals from a source device. Industry-standard control and networking inputs include a network-ready RJ-45 port enabling authorized users to manage and control multiple projectors from any PC on a network (Gigabit data transfer speeds are supported), an RS-232 serial connection for monitoring the projector locally through a third-party control system, a USB Type A port for easy installation of firmware upgrades and a mini-jack for connecting an optional hand-held wired remote controller.
Network Multi Projection (NMPJ) over Wi-Fi®
Built-in network multi projection (NMPJ) function and Wi-Fi® connectivity enable selective sharing of visual content from one or more PCs and laptops, wirelessly or over LAN. Four NMPJ modes enable selective sharing of visual information:
Direct Mode: In this mode, the user can connect directly to the projector using a network cable or can connect directly to the network where the projector is located. The user can connect 1 PC and use 1 projector.
Meeting Mode: This mode is for sharing materials among all meeting attendees. It also enables remote operation and sharing via the internet between bases in different locations. The benefit of this mode is that each PC can select multiple projectors as projector operation is enabled from each PC. This mode allows the user to connect up to 10 PCs and 6 projectors on an infrastructure connection, or 5 PCs and 1 projector on a wireless connection.
Classroom Mode: The instructor can decide which attendee PCs will connect with which projectors and can switch the attendee projections as the class progresses. The benefit of this mode is that one PC (instructor) selects which PCs (students) to project from and controls the projectors. Certain operations are enabled from the client PCs (students), although they’re limited. In this mode the user can connect up to 10 PCs and 6 projectors via an infrastructure connection, or 5 PCs and 1 projector via a wireless connection.
Broadcast Mode: This mode enables one PC to connect up to 12 projectors (infrastructure connection only).
Network Management including PJLink™, Extron XTP, Crestron and AMX Device Discovery
Compatibility with Crestron, Extron XTP and AMX Device Discovery helps ensure seamless integration into many systems or infrastructures and smooth network management. Support for PJLink™ also makes it possible to control and monitor the projector over a network – this feature is ideal for observing lamp hours, usage and much more.
Built-in Real-time Clock
The built-in Real-time Clock allows scheduling of specific operations such as set startup and shutdown at chosen times. This helps to manage power consumption by creating operating schedules which can result in extended projection life. For convenience, Real-time Clock settings can be accessed via the projector’s own user-friendly graphical interface.
Low Power Consumption and Simplified Maintenance
The projector uses a relatively low amount of power per lumen. It offers multiple power-management settings that allow the user to preset stand-by durations, execute power operations and auto-assign functions to the power button.
The design of the projector also allows for simplified maintenance – air filters and the projection lamp can be replaced while the projector remains ceiling mounted without having to uninstall. The replacement interval on the projection lamp is 3,000 hours in Full Power mode and up to 4,000 hours in Power Saver modes. Optical filters can also be replaced to maintain high image quality for extended periods and additional economy.
Canon Service Tool for PJ
Canon’s free PJ App makes it possible to control Canon projectors remotely and conveniently from iOS® devices. Wi-Fi® connection enables the clear display of the projector menu on the screen of your tablet or smartphone – supporting simplified set-up, operation and maintenance. It’s the ideal solution for making adjustments to spherical or domed surface projections, on which menus may be difficult to view and navigate. The app also brings speed and clarity to error correction and allows multi-projection across up to 9 projectors – independently and simultaneously.
Backed by Canon’s 3-Year Limited Warranty including the Advanced Warranty Service Exchange Program and Service Loaner Program*5
Canon Lamp Based Projector Warranty & Lamp Limited Warranty
All Canon Lamp based Projectors offer peace of mind as they are backed by Canon USA’s Projector and Lamp Limited Warranty, which guarantees that the projector will be free from defects in workmanship and materials for 3 years from the date of original purchase, and the Lamp for 120 days from the date of original purchase. For complete terms and conditions
Advanced Warranty Exchange Service Program*5
The Canon Advanced Warranty Exchange Service Program*5 provides you with enhanced warranty service in addition to traditional “mail-in” repair service. The exchange program provides a replacement unit in exchange for your eligible inoperative Canon Projector if repair service is required during the product’s limited warranty period.
Service Loaner Program*5
The Canon Service Loaner Program*5 provides a loaner product in the event that your eligible Canon Projector is in need of repair during the limited warranty period. The loaner projector may be used while your inoperative unit is being serviced via Canon’s “mail-in” repair service.
CarePAK PRO AV Extended Service Plan*5
The Canon CarePAK PRO AV Extended Service Plan*5 offers options for one year or two years additional coverage for up to five full years of service and support from the date the Projector is purchased (only available on select models).
*5 Programs and service offerings subject to change without notice. For complete details, including terms and conditions for each program, or to learn more about Service and Support offerings for Canon professional projectors, please contact a Canon sales rep or call 1-800-OK-CANON.