The SU922 delivers industry-leading levels of contrast and pixel fill factor, producing the truest blacks and exemplary image sharpness for unmatched readability in presentations and documents. High fill factor sharpens images for increased clarity on black and white documents and colorful images alike while reducing eye strain.
Big Zoom facilitates corporate adoption of new projection technology by making use of existing ceiling mounts and restricted spaces to deliver large-scale projected images. The SU922 can replace projectors mounted anywhere from 1.4 to 8.8 meters from the screen and project images up to 300”, avoiding costly renovation or installation downtime.
Lens shift compensates for minor miscalculations and misalignment during projector installation. Conveniently placed adjacent to the lens, this control enables vertical lens movement by 102.5%-105% within the projector chassis for perfectly aligned pictures without distortion.
The SU922 is equipped with a two-dimensional keystone correction range of ±30° on both horizontal and vertical axes to counteract the trapezoid effect when the projector must be installed off-center. Installers can use Corner Fit control to adjust each corner independently for perfectly aligned image geometry.
The SU922 is widely compatible with leading projector control systems including Crestron, AMX and PJ-Link for network control via LAN, making it simple to integrate into corporate network infrastructures. The SU922 also supports RS-232 for reliable long-distance Installations, up to 15 meters, for situations without LAN infrastructure.
MHL connectivity allows presenters to instantly share presentations and business documents directly from mobile devices via MHL cable or dongle. Also, the onboard USB port supplies 5V 1.5A power to HDMI dongles while making uninterrupted presentations.
Equipped with the durability of the digital micro-mirror device combined with a nearly-sealed projection engine design to prevent dust image, the DLP-powered SU922 resists color decay and image degradation. This preserves picture quality even after thousands of hours of commercial use.