Hitachi and Charmex explain the advantages of projection systems to the educational environment


During the recent celebration of SIMO Education 2017, manufacturer and wholesaler have shown how projection systems, some in 3D, provide a new dimension in learning both in the classroom and in the assembly hall of the centers.

Published in Digital AV Magazine
SIMO Education 2017 , which took place a few days ago at Ifema - Feria de Madrid, has been the framework chosen by Charmex to show the latest audiovisual and projection projections for this of its brands, as in the case of Hitachi and its equipment. projection for the classroom and auditoriums, ranging from portable to multifunction, interactive systems and ultra short distance fixed installation.

In this last area, the Hitachi CPX / CPW LCD multifunction series projectors are designed for medium-sized classrooms, even with enough light, and offer from 2,700 lumens in the simplest model ( CPX2542WN ) to 5,000 lumens of the CPX5022 equipment, with control through network and without using a PC to show the images, since it can be done with USB.

For function halls or large classrooms, the Hitachi proposal marketed by Charmex focuses on the F1 Series , with installation projectors with a brightness ranging from 5,200 to 5,800 lumens.

As for short and ultra short distance projectors, the CX / CW series, with systems from 2,600 to 3,100 lumens to offer a large image without showing the shadow of the teacher while teaching the class, and the AX / AW / series. TW , respectively, of interactive systems for projection at an ultra-low distance and luminosity of 2,700 to 3,600 lumens are part of the latest offer of manufacturer and wholesaler for education.