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Laser Projector

What is a LASER Projector

What is Laser

NEC is in the unique position of offering a new portfolio of Laser projectors. Solid State Light Sources (SSL) are light producing systems made up of either LED devices or Laser Diodes. Light produced with Laser systems inherently have a longer and steadier brightness that decreases at a much slower pace over time than lamp based systems. This technology offers the highest image quality while its operating life span far exceeds traditional lighting methods.SSL-Laser_Tech

What to expect from a Laser Projector:

  1. Lower maintenance costs
  2. Consistent light ouput
  3. Longer life
  4. Constant color rendition
  5. Up to and including 24×7 operation
  6. Lower brightness decline during life time
  7. Better brightness uniformity
  8. Higher reliability
  9. Higher contrast
  10. Wider color gamut
  11. Lower energy consumption and lower thermal emission
  12. Instant on/off capability, flexible brightness adjustment (20-100%)
  13. Mercury free

Laser offers new Benefits

There are numerous benefits to these solid state light source projectors, but the bottom line is that they address the needs of the market and will be adopted in growing numbers.

Their qualitative brightness superiority and potential for energy savings combined with the significant reduction of maintenance cost makes it likely that they eventually replace lamp-based projection systems as the primary projection light source in the future (69% of installation market expected in 2019 according to Futuresource).

 


Main Solid State Light Source Technologies

The three most important technologies, LED, laser phosphor and RGB laser, are described below.


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Optical Architecture of LED Light Source

This was the first solid state projector type to be commercialized about 7 to 8 years ago but it is limited in the light output and mainly used in specialty markets.

LED systems include only red, green and blue LEDs to produce images that adhere to the SMPTE color space.

View NEC’s LED Projectors.

 


 SSL_technologien_phosphorlaserOptical Architecture of Laser Phosphor Light Source

Laser-illuminated projectors use arrays of laser sources illuminating a microdisplay engine. In the most common Laser Phosphor approach, a blue laser is used for creating the blue color in the final image, but the blue laser is also used to illuminate a yellow phosphor wheel, which emits yellow light. This yellow light is then split by a prism or color wheel into green and red light.Maximum color space is limited to the SMPTE standard.

View NEC’s Laser/Phosper Projector


Optical ArchitSSL_technologien_RGBlaserecture of RGB Laser Light Source

RGB laser on the other hand, uses the so-called ‘pure laser’ technology. Here red, green and blue lasers deliver the light directly. The product of this technique is an absolutely pure colored light that is split into the three channels. The light is emitted in a very narrow band in discrete frequencies. This makes it possible to realize a color space that reaches BT2020 therefore exceeding even that of AdobeRGB.

PX1004UL

NEC Launches 10,000 Lumens Laser Light Source Projector

The new NEC PX1004UL

Designed for the Long HaulPX1004UL

The new NEC PX1004UL laser phosphor projector designed for 24/7 use combines unwavering colour performance based on Digital Light Processing (DLP) technology and native WUXGA resolution projection with a long-lasting vibrant image without loss of brightness. The installation projector is ideally suited for large venue installations where maintenance-free operation and intensive use are crucial. The projector is targeting applications in higher education, museums and large corporate environments, as well as rental and staging uses.


Six reasons why the new NEC 10,000 ANSI lumen projector is your best choice

Install & forget – when there are so many other demands on your time, what a relief it would be if once you installed your new projector you wouldn’t even need to think about maintenance for the next 20,000 hours? And what if there were many more advantages for your business? We can summarise these advantages into 6 reasons why the new NEC PX1004UL laser phosphor projector is the only answer for your large venue installation.

1. Resource-saving –

Up to 20,000 H maintenance-free operation combined with 24/7 usage thanks to Laser Light Source technology, filter-less dust shielded design & integrated liquid cooling system.

2. Hassle-free installation –

Wiide zoom bayonet lens portfolio & support of third party lenses (ask your local trusted NEC partner) enables customised installations and easy replacement of current installation projectors.

3. Outstanding picture quality –

Whole new visualisation experience with high brightness, up to 4K input signal and unique picture & colour processing technology based on the latest NEC scaler chip.

4. Easy way to large viewing –

Use the OPS slot for built-in players, HDMI-out signal loop-through, built-in signal splitter and edge blending capability to provide large presentation pictures.

5. Maximum flexibility –

360 degree installation in any direction, unique geometric adjustment, Picture in Picture and 3D support offer unrivalled installation capabilities for any application.

6. Cost saving device management –

Save effort whilst administrating all connected NEC devices from a centralised location by using the NaViSet Administrator 2 software tool.