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This projector offers a DICOM Simulation Mode*1 to simulate the results of devices compliant with the Digital Imaging and Communications in Medicine (DICOM) Part 14 standardized display function for display of grayscale images. The DICOM Simulation Mode adjusts the gradation between the minimum and the maximum luminance so gradation is distributed optimally. This feature is optimized for displaying medical images such as X-rays, CAT scans and MRIs, which makes this projector ideal for non-diagnostic purposes such as lectures, academic meetings and in-hospital conferences. This feature is recommended for use in medical schools for training and educational use only.

Blue Base, Clear Base Settings as Well as User-defined Settings

To optimize color and detail for medical imaging, this projector supports both Blue Base and Clear Base color temperature settings. This feature allows adjustment to achieve the same colors used for DICOM SIM standards, and gives educators the opportunity to adjust color tone according to the type of medical image being shown. In addition to these two settings, presenters have the ability to alter the color temperature between 3 user defined color temperatures for a total of five presets.

Picture by Picture Mode

Presentations can be enhanced with Picture by Picture split-screen functionality, allowing viewers to see two images side by side from two different viewing sources simultaneously. An advantage of the Picture by Picture Mode is that it also allows both DICOM Simulation images and sRGB Modes to be shown together, meaning a CAT scan, for example, can be simultaneously viewed alongside a live surgery video to bring training to life.

*1 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.

This projector projects bright images up to 6500 lumens with up to a 2000:1 contrast ratio*2 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.

*2 When the Lamp Control is ON.

Canon's WUXGA resolution brings bright, true widescreen display of intricately 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. Content is projected without compression. Widescreen graphics, text and other visual content from laptops and desktop computers are shown in accurate proportions, just as it appears on most monitor screens.

The exceptional imaging performance of this projector starts with Canon's proprietary AISYS (Aspectual Illumination System) Optical Engine, which utilizes advanced light management technology to maximize the contrast and brightness benefits of the projector's LCOS (Liquid Crystal on Silicon) display panels. The result is highly detailed, seamless, ultra-sharp image projection in virtually any environment.

This projector gives users the choice of multiple optional interchangeable Genuine Canon projection lenses (product does not ship with lens). Canon is renowned for its expertise and achievement in lens design and construction. In fact, the optical technology developed for Canon's acclaimed professional lenses is reflected in the development of these REALiS projection lenses.

All lenses are similarly sized and can be attached to this projector to suit a variety of applications, screen sizes, and installation environments. Please refer to the chart below for the throw ratio, zoom ratio, lens shift and screen sizes available with each optional lens.

2.2 – 17 ft.
(0.7 – 5.2m)
2.9 – 64 ft.
(0.9 – 19.5m)
4.2 – 95.1 ft.
(1.3 – 29m)
6.2 – 159.1 ft.
(1.9 – 48.5m)
15 – 292 ft.
(4.6 – 89.0m)
0.80:1 1.00 – 1.50:1 1.49 – 2.24:1 2.19 – 3.74:1 3.55 – 6.94:1
Fixed 1.5x
Optical Zoom
Optical Zoom
Optical Zoom
Optical Zoom
40 – 300 in. 40 – 600 in. 40 – 600 in. 40 – 600 in. 60 – 600 in.
F Number F2.0 F2.09 – 2.34 F1.89 – 2.65 F1.99 – 2.83 F2.34 – 2.81
12.8mm 15.56 – 23.34mm 23.0 – 34.5mm 34.0 – 57.7mm 53.6 – 105.6mm
V: ±5%
H: ±2%
V: -15% – 55%
H: ±10%
V: -15% – 55%
H: ±10%
V: -15% – 55%
H: ±10%
V: -15% – 55%
H: ±10%

Specifications calculated based on the WUX6500 D.



*3 The maximum upward shift and the maximum horizontal shift cannot be used simultaneously.



This projector is equipped with a built-in HDBaseT™ receiver facilitating uncompressed HD video, audio and control signals to be transmitted over one single LAN cable with a maximum distance of 100m. This reduces complex wiring schemes used for a typical setup as well as maximizing long cable runs with minimal image quality degradation.

HDBaseT™ operation may vary when connected to other third-party HDBaseT™ devices. Please consult with a Canon representative for a full compatibility list.

Motorized Lens Shift
Motorized vertical (-55%, +15%) and horizontal (±10%) lens shift*3 allows for adjustment of the image with virtually no distortion. This model is also equipped with motorized zoom and focus for further convenience and ease.





*3 The maximum upward shift and the maximum horizontal shift cannot be used simultaneously.


360-degree Vertical Installation*4
360-degree projection*4 allows the projector to be positioned anywhere on the vertical axis. Fan speed can also be adjusted to help optimize results (depending on projector positioning).






*4 When standing the projector straight up or down, lamp life may be shortened.


4-point Keystone Correction
Allows the corners of the image to be independently adjusted to help ensure optimal image reproduction.




Lens Position Memory
Up to 3 different custom lens presets can be stored and memorized. Each preset includes information for a variety of lens settings.





• Zoom
• Focus
• Lens Shift
• Keystone
• Aspect
• Screen Color Adjustment
• Digital Image Shift





This is especially convenient for digital signage as this projector makes it easy to switch from one signage set-up to another. The lens presets can also be of use in education where the presets can be used to quickly change the settings from projecting on a screen to the settings needed for projecting on a blackboard.



Screen Color Correction
Enables users to fine-tune the colors of images based on the color of the projection surface. Adjustments can be made from Normal and Greenboard, as well as additional tuning for projecting onto virtually any other colored surface.

Test Patterns
27 test patterns are provided to enable smooth installation and adjustment.




Picture by Picture
A Picture by Picture feature enables two high-quality images from two digital inputs (via DVI and HDMI) to be projected simultaneously side-by-side within the projected image.








This 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*1: Ideal for displaying medical images in non-diagnostic settings. Both Blue Base and Clear Base settings are supported.

*1 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.

This projector offers extensive image quality adjustments to help users customize the image to meet their specific projection needs.

Image Adjustments


The Image Adjustment settings allow users to customize the image and color characteristics to fulfill their specific imaging needs. These include:


Color Adjustments

• 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.

Lamp Control: This setting suppresses the amount of luminance by reducing the lamp power when the input image signal is of an all-black image. It will also improve the contrast ratio.

Lamp Mode
Allows the user to select either Full Power to project images at full brightness, or Power Saver which reduces lamp brightness to save energy.

This projector includes Canon's latest Motion Blur Reduction*5 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.

*5 When motion blur reduction is activated, brightness will be affected.

A variety of advanced installation settings provide added customization options for challenging installation areas.

Edge Blending


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.


Advanced Registration
Advanced Registration allows independent position adjustment of the three primary colors (RGB) with high accuracy (0.1 pixel) ultimately reducing blurred colors or lines often projected at the edge of an image.

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
Fan Mode gives the user the ability to adjust the fan speed to support different environmental workspaces.

Vertical Projection
The Vertical Projection function automatically adjusts fan speeds and other configurations to support vertical installations.

Connections include: HDMI, DVI-I, and analog RGB computer connectors; a VGA connector; a LAN connection terminal for wired transmission of image and audio signals from a PC; stereo audio inputs, and an audio output for connecting to external speakers or a sound system (the projector includes a built-in five-watt speaker). 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, a mini-jack for connecting an optional hand-held wired remote controller and a built-in HDBaseT™ receiver.

A built-in network multi projection (NMPJ) function enables this projector to project the output of one or more locally or remotely networked PCs. 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.

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), however they're limited. In this mode the user can connect up to 10 PCs and 6 projectors.

Broadcast Mode: This mode enables one PC to connect up to 12 projectors.

NMPJ mode Connection type Max No. of projectors Max No. of PCs
Direct mode Infrastructure 1 1
Meeting mode Infrastructure 6 10
Classroom mode Infrastructure 6 10
Broadcast mode Infrastructure 12 1

Compatibility with Crestron, AMX Device Discovery and Extron helps ensure seamless integration into most 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.

This 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 this 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 Standard mode and 4,000 hours in Silent mode. Optical filters can also be replaced to maintain high image quality for extended periods and additional economy.

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 click here.

Advanced Warranty Exchange Service Program*6

The Canon Advanced Warranty Exchange Service Program*6 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*6

The Canon Service Loaner Program*6 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*6

The Canon CarePAK PRO AV Extended Service Plan*6 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).

*6 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.

Main Unit Spec

Projector Specifications

Imaging Device
0.71” LCOS panel x3
Aspect Ratio
Native Resolution
1920 x 1200 (WUXGA)
6500 Lumens (Normal) / 5270 Lumens (Power Saver) ◊1◊2
2000:1 ◊1◊3
Digital Keystone
V±20, H±20° ◊1
88% ◊1
Lens Shift


Image Adjustments

Image Mode
Standard / Presentation / Dynamic / Video / Cinema / Photo / sRGB / Vivid Photo / DICOM SIM◊5 / User 1 / User 2 / User 3 / User 4 / User 5
Color Adjustment
Color Level, Color Balance, Color Temperature, Gain (R,G,B), Offset (R,G,B)
Wall Color Correction
Normal / Greenboard / Adjust (custom)
360° Vertical Projection
Tilt Angle
Bottom Front Feet: 2 places (Max. angles: 6° elevation)


Input Signals

Scanning Frequency
H: 27  ~ 75 kHz, V: 24 ~ 60Hz
Analog PC Input
Digital PC Input
Component Video Input
1080p / 1080i / 720p / 576p / 576i / 480p / 480i
Digital Video Input
1080p / 1080i / 720p / 576p / 480p
Dot Clock
162MHz or less



Digital PC/Analog PC Input
Digital PC/Digital Video Input (supports deep color)
Mini Dsub 15
Analog PC/Component Video Input
Mini Jack x3
Audio Input x2, Audio Output x1
Mini Jack x1
Connecting Wired Remote
RS-232C Connection
USB type A
Service Port
Network Connection (1000BASE-T / 100BASE-TX / 10BASE-T)
RJ-45 (HDBaseT)
HDBaseT Input (Image, Audio, Control Signal and Network)


Remote Control

Wireless Remote
Wireless Infrared (supplied) or Wired (optional)


Built-In Sound

Internal Amplifier
5W, Mono



Super High Pressure Lamp
3000 Hours (Full Power) / 4000 Hours (Power Saver)
370/300 W ◊3



Fan Noise
43dB (Full Power) / 39dB (Power Saver) ◊2
Power Consumption
500W/410 W ◊2
Standby Power
2.0 ~ 0.3W ◊4
Heat Dissipation
Up to 1,706 BTU/h
Power Voltage
AC 100 ~ 240V, 50/60 Hz
Operating Temperature
32°F - 104°F (0°C -40°C) (20% RH -85%RH)
Storage Temperature
-22°F - 140°F (-30°C - 60°C)
Dimensions (W x H x D)
W: 14.96”(380 mm), H: 6.69”(170mm), D: 16.92”(430 mm) (including protrusion)
18.73 lbs.
Projector Warranty
3 Years parts and labor
Lamp Warranty
120 Days



◊1: When using the optional projection lens RS-IL01ST (projection lens sold separately)
◊2: When the lamp mode is in Full Power mode/Power Saver mode; value for Power Saver mode is a calculated value thus cannot be guaranteed as specifications
◊3: When the Lamp Control function is ON
◊4: Varies depending on the combination of the HDBaseT and network settings.
◊5: Only available with WUX6500 D model


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WUX6500 D Box Contents

WUX6500 D Box Contents REALiS WUX6500 D Pro AV Projector Lens Cap Power Cord VGA to VGA Connection Cable (Mini Dsub15-Mini Dsub15) Projector Remote Control RS-RC04 (includes two AA batteries) Lamp RS-LP11 Quick Start Guide (book) User's Manual (CD-ROM) Warranty Card

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*1 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.
*2 When the Lamp Control is ON.
*3 The maximum upward shift and the maximum horizontal shift cannot be used simultaneously.
*4 When standing the projector straight up or down, lamp life may be shortened.
*5 When motion blur reduction is activated, brightness will be affected.
*6 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.

† Prices and specifications subject to change without notice. Actual prices are determined by individual dealers and may vary.

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