Hitachi CP-AW2519N LCD Projector

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  • Hitachi CP-AW2519N LCD Projector
  • Hitachi CP-AW2519N LCD Projector
  • Hitachi CP-AW2519N LCD Projector
  • Hitachi CP-AW2519N LCD Projector
  • Hitachi CP-AW2519N LCD Projector
  • Hitachi CP-AW2519N LCD Projector
  • Hitachi CP-AW2519N LCD Projector


Hitachi CP-AW2519N Overview


The Hitachi CP-AW2519N LCD Projector is an all-in-one interactive projector designed with education and corporate users in mind. It combines WXGA resolution with 2500 ANSI lumens white/color output and a 2000:1 contrast ratio. It incorporates 3LCD technology and HDMI, VGA, USB, and audio inputs.

Performance enhancing features include Hitachi's interactive business and education software for easy access to functions such as print, email, and save, ultra sonic and IR sensor for greater reliability, and the optional wireless tablet and pen which allows you to engage your audience by annotating over images shown on the screen. Plus, with the optional tabletop stand you can make any tabletop a projection screen which is ideal for a small group environment or in a room with limited space. For added peace of mind, Hitachi's CP-AW2519N is also backed by Hitachi support and a generous warranty.

The projector can be used close to the screen thanks to the built-in mirror that relays the picture from the lens. The CP-AW2519N contains a closed captioning decoder. Hitachi is a Crestron Integrated Partner, and the model is AMX Device Discovery-compatible.

Ultra Short Throw Technology

The CP-AW2519N can create a 60" picture with only 4.7-inches between the projector's leading edge and the screen. At the back of the projector is a flip-up mirror that relays the picture from the lens, so the distance between mirror and screen in this case is 16.8". A 100" size image can be achieved at 15.4" away from the front of the projector or 27.5-inches factoring in the distance from mirror to screen.

Tabletop Presentation

The projector is typically mounted on a ceiling near the screen, but you could also turn any tabletop into a projection screen using the optional tabletop stand. The latter is ideal for a small group environment or in a room with limited space.

Display via USB

Simply plug and play using the USB port instead of the 15-pin D-sub VGA cable. Both USB and VGA cables are included.

HDMI Input

You'll want to use the projector's HDMI input for non-computer sources like Blu-ray Disc and DVD players or cable TV boxes.

Input Source Naming

Users can name input sources in simple language instead of factory default name.

Drawing Function Option

The optional Hitachi TB-1 wireless tablet and pen allows you to engage your audience by annotating over images shown on the projector.


For better performance, both an IR sensor and ultra sonic technology are used. This increases reliability as well as eliminating lag time from pen to projection for a more natural writing experience.

Interactive Business and Education Software

Hitachi's interactive software was created with both corporate and education users in mind. It provides easy access to print and email functions.

System Requirements for Software:
CPU - Intel Core 2 Duo 2.0 GHz or faster
Free hard drive space - 2 GB or more
Free memory - 1 GB or more

Perfect Fit 2

Enables the user to adjust individual corners and sides independent of one another. Perfect Fit 2 provides vertical and horizontal digital correction of either barrel or pin cushion distortions. This feature helps correct geometric and complicated distortions. Perfect Fit 2 allows the projected image to fit correctly to the screen quickly and easily.

MyButton / MySource - Doc Camera

Two customizable buttons on the remote control allow users to create a shortcut for any projector command such as: Direct input (RGB1, S-video, etc.), picture mode or filter reset. For connection to a document camera, MySource allows users to add a third document camera source button.

PIN Lock / MyScreen / MyText

PIN lock protection can limit projector users. MyScreen PIN lock keeps captured images on the startup screen. Users can set any name logo to MyScreen, clearly identifying ownership. MyText provides the ability to write text on the startup screen such as model name, serial number or location.

Transition Detector and Security Bar

A security sensor located inside the projector recognizes when the projector has been moved. Moving the projector without using the correct PIN code will disable the projector.

Built-in Speaker

A 10-watt speaker is built into the projector along with an RCA jack (L/R) stereo line output for connection to an external sound system.

Microphone Input

A microphone can be used via the jack located on the input panel. It allows for more dynamic presentations even in standby mode.

IR Remote Frequency Change

To avoid conflict with fluorescent lights or IrDA (IR signal) from a notebook PC, the frequency of the IR remote control can be changed from the menu.

Serial Number and Media Access Control Label

A label is affixed to the front of the projector to more easily access and read the model name and serial number while mounted in ceiling use. This is a convenience for installers, end user and auditors for instant accessibility.
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Warranty Information

1 Year Parts & Labor Manufacture Warranty
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