Hazard Distance When Equipped with a Replacement Lens (IEC 62471-5) WUX7000Z / WUX6600Z / WUX5800Z
Article ID: ART170332 | Date published: 05/16/2018 | Date last updated: 06/13/2018


 Hazard Distance When Equipped with a Replacement Lens (IEC 62471-5)  WUX7000Z / WUX6600Z / WUX5800Z


Hazard Distance
• During projection, looking into the lens from distances closer than this poses a risk of vision impairment or other serious injury.
• When a
projection lens with a hazard distance indicated on it is used with the projector, the operator shall either install the product at a height that will prevent eye exposure within the hazard distance or control access to ensure that persons do not approach within the hazard distance.
•  The projector is designated as a Class 1 laser product according to IEC/EN 60825-1:2014.
•  The equipment is designated as a Class 3R laser product according to IEC/EN 60825-1:2007.
•  Complies with FDA performance standards for laser products except for deviations pursuant to 
Laser Notice No. 50, dated June 24, 2007.
•  Laser parameters
Wavelength: 450 nm – 460 nm Maximum power: 144 W
Beam divergence: 2°
•  The projector incorporates a laser module. Disassembly or modification is dangerous and must not be attempted.
•  Operate and adjust the projector only as described in this manual. Incorrect operation or 
adjustment poses a risk ofexposure to potentially hazardous laser light.
•  Do not use when damaged. Even if the projector is used as described in this manual, failure to discontinue use when it i damaged (as indicated by screen abnormalities) may result in fire, electric shock, or eye injury from laser light.
•  For assistance when disposing of the projector, contact the Canon Customer Support Center. Do not disassemble the projector yourself when disposing of it.
•  Do not attempt to install or remove the lens unit yourself. Be sure to request this service from 
a qualified technician or contact the Canon Customer Support Center.