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InFocus IN5550 Projector Series
InFocus says its new IN5550 series of projectors are designed for large venues like university auditoriums and convention halls.

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The IN550 series of projectors from InFocus includes three models: the IN5552L, IN5554L and the IN5555L and these products offer XGA, WXGA and WUXGA resolutions each respectively.
February 27, 2013 By CI Staff

In today’s diverse media world that includes audio, video and web content there is no substitute for multimedia presentations.

The Skinny: The latest products from InFocus Corp. address the multimedia presentation market through their ability to deliver high levels of brightness in large room environments.

The Specs: The newly released InFocus IN5550 series of projectors are engineered to produce as many as 8300 lumens of brightness. The company says the products can run in full-power 24 hours a day, seven days a week. The dual-lamp products include features such as motorized lens shift, 360-degree projection, edge blending and replaceable color wheels. The projectors also incorporate 3G-SDI and HDMI 1.4 options, as well as DVI-D and RGBHV BNC. Control options include RS-232 and RJ45 that are bolstered by the Telnet Network Control function that supports a single wire run, and the products offer a choice of six different lenses that cover everything from short-throw installations to long-throw applications. The IN5550 series of products is made up of three models: the IN5552L, the IN5554L and the IN5555L that offer XGA, WXGA and WUXGA resolutions each respectively.

Solutions: The IN5550 projectors can be installed into university auditoriums, conference halls and other large room environments.

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