NEC Display Solutions Europe has today launched five updated XGA (1024×768), WXGA 1366×768) and WUXGA 1920×1200) resolution LCD projectors in its PA Series professional range. The compact PA Series installation projectors can simultaneously manage 4K/60p inputs, as well as sharing signal output with multiple daisy-chained connected projectors.
Additional developments include color space conversion with Rec2020 to Rec709 specification support, along with HDR10 media profile and 3D support. These capabilities are further supported with a variety of inputs and outputs including HDMI and HDBaseT output. NEC says that picture sharpness processing has been upgraded with the implementation of NEC’s fourth generation Sweetvision engine.
The five new projectors in the PA Series range offer high performance and outstanding picture quality for professional applications. They combine contrast ratios of up to 10,000:1 with a broad feature set that includes highly flexible geometry controls to adapt output for curved and irregular surfaces, free orientation for angled installation, multi-screen and picture-in-picture projection output along with stacking and blending support.
Cost-efficient installation options are increased significantly with support for Cat6 network cabling. Using this powerful cable option, content can be transferred to the projector from up to 100m away using the HDBaseT connectivity standard. Furthermore, multiple projectors can be fed from the one source and daisy-chained from a PA Series projector using the unique HDBaseT-Out interface not offered by other solutions.
With lamp life increased to 5,000 hours, 10,000 hours of filter run time and standby power consumption of just 0.3 watts, PA Series projectors represent a low-maintenance, low-downtime and reduced consumable consumption solution. The updated range reduces running costs through longer parts-replacement intervals, energy efficiency and fewer causes for physical intervention.
The five latest additions to the NEC PA Series installation projectors will be available beginning of February 2017. More information is here.