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SANYO INTRODUCES TWO HIGH RESOLUTION, HIGH BRIGHTNESS PROJECTORS
INFOCOMM, Orlando, FL and CHATSWORTH, CA. – June 17, 2009 -- SANYO, one of the world’s largest manufacturers of LCD and DLP projectors launches two new high brightness and high-resolution models - the PDG-DET100L and the PLC-WTC500L - during INFOCOMM, this week in Orlando, Florida. Both projectors offer features and reduced maintenance for improved performance in a variety of commercial applications including medical imaging.
"SANYO offers the high brightness PDG-DET100L and PLC-WTC500L with reduced maintenance features for our customers that use projectors on a daily basis and just need them to work effortlessly and flawlessly every time," says Mark Holt, the Vice President and General Manager for SANYO’s Presentation Technologies Division. "With the release of these two projectors, we are demonstrating how SANYO continues to provide new ways to meet the needs of the various commercial markets such as high performance medical imaging that rely on our projectors."
PDG-DET100L DLP PROJECTOR FEATURES
Contributing to its increased light output efficiency, the PDG-DET100L is outfitted with 330W VIDI ™ UHP x 2 lamps. To achieve high brightness and rich color reproduction, it is also equipped with SANYO's unique user-changeable, two color wheel system. The projector ships with a color wheel that is optimized for higher brightness. A second color wheel that is optimized for rich color reproduction is included in the package. Also, a built-in Color Matching management function corrects variations in color reproduction when using more than one projector.
A dust-resistant Sealed Optical Engine maintains performance stability by preventing dust build up, while maintaining optimal brightness and contrast. This model also provides an Edge Blending function that allows for boundary-less images with multi-image display possibilities.
PLC-WTC500L LCD PROJECTOR FEATURES
An IC-equipped Lamp Box for Projection Time Management is incorporated for management of the projection time for each lamp depending on the mode selected. The “Alternating Mode” allows a rotating pattern that alternates the two lamps’ use time, while the “Relay Mode” uses one lamp continuously then switches lamps when the first one is no longer usable. This eliminates the need to stock up spare lamps far in advance because when the first lamp is fully used, the next is already loaded, allowing for seamless presentations and longer projection life.
Both models feature Picture-in-Picture and Picture-by-Picture modes, which enables the simultaneous projection of two images from separate sources. The Picture-in-Picture Mode displays a sub-screen over the main screen. The location of the sub-screen is user defined. The Picture- by- Picture mode displays the images side-by-side. This is ideal for conference calls, making it possible to see the presenters and the presentation at the same time.
Features Common to Both Models
Installation and operation is quick and fast due to the advanced lens function with power vertical/horizontal lens shift plus a 360-degree vertical tilt, allowing the projectors to be positioned almost anywhere, including the ceiling or the floor. The vertical shift provides a maximum adjustment of +50% with the horizontal shift providing a maximum adjustment of +/-15%. Additionally, a mechanical shutter completely blocks out lamplight.
These products conform to the EU RoHS Directive and the packaging contains pulp molds, which can be recycled as used paper.
The PDG-DET100L will be available in June 2009 with a MSRP of $14,995 and the PLC-WTC500L will be available in June 2009 with a suggested retail price of $6,995.
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