Panasonic enhances colour technology with new RGB LED projectors
Panasonic has announced the addition to its projector range at InfoComm 2019, with the 1-Chip DLP® PT-LRZ35 series being the first to use RGB LED light sources for application in collaborative environments.
The projectors features 3,500 lumens and offers high quality colour reproduction that delivers bright and crisp images for engaging audiences. The LED light source also eliminates colour breaking to ensure instant projection and enables immediate use within a second of the projector turning on.
In addition, HDMI-MHL offers seamless operation between the projector and mobile devices, with HD screen-mirroring enabling users to simplify set up and easily share information. This is essential for users that are operating across different locations with varied levels of connectivity. The filter-less design with sealed optical unit and dust resistant cabinet also provides stable, maintenance free operation over 20,000 hours.
This makes the projector well suited for application in lecture theatres, small classrooms and presentations in the corporate and education space.
“As the workplace and education sphere becomes increasingly digitalised, more people than ever before are seeking projectors to create high quality images on the go, whilst remaining easy to operate,” said Thomas Vertommen, European Product Manager for Panasonic Business. “The PT-LRZ35 is a cost efficient solution to meet these demands as the first of Panasonic’s projectors to feature an RGB LED light source with compact dimensions which make it easy to transport.”
The PT-LRZ35 series features 2 models PT-LRZ35 (WUXGA) and PT-LRW35 (WXGA) and will be available for purchase from Autumn 2019.
Visit Panasonic at InfoComm 2019 from June 12 to 14 in Orlando Florida, booth 1300, or for more information on Panasonic Visual System Solutions, please visit http://business.panasonic.co.uk/visual-system/