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NEC introduces PA803UL and PA653UL filter-free LCD laser-based installation projectors at ISE 2017
Latest members of the PA Series are the world’s first filter-free LCD laser projectors
Munich, 7 February 2017 – NEC Display Solutions Europe today announced two laser-based additions to its PA Series of LCD projectors, taking low-maintenance operation to a new level. The new additions, the PA803UL and PA653UL models leverage a filter-free design, eliminating one of the biggest operational overheads normally found in installed projectors.
Designed with minimal maintenance in mind, the two new laser projectors also boast a fully-sealed optical engine, allowing brightness levels to remain high and consistent without risk of dust-based ingress and image degradation.
Other key features and benefits include high lumen output (8,000 ANSI lumen from the PA803UL, 6,500 ANSI lumen from the PA653UL), highly flexible installation options with 360 degree positioning support in any direction. The projectors also feature motorised zoom and focus, interchangeable lens options and superb readability of images thanks to the combination of WUXGA resolution support, 4K60Hz image signal processing and Rec2020 colour conversion.
“The addition of the PA803UL and PA653UL laser projectors to the PA Series builds on our successful range of solutions for commercial and professional environments such as museums, meeting rooms and high-end education as well as the rental sector. Filterless operation represents not only a new technical achievement in projector design, it delivers significiant reliability and operational expenditure benefits for our customers in these sectors. With no filter to change, downtime is reduced, while engineer visits and the associated disruption of gaining access to the projector for filter work are eliminated,” said Gerd Kaiser, Product Line Manager Large Venue Projectors at NEC Display Solutions Europe.
Availability The new PA653UL laser projector will be available in April 2017 and the PA803UL laser projector model will follow with availability in August 2017.
The new LCD laser-based projectors will be on show at the NEC Display Solutions booth 5-R24, in Hall 5, at the ISE trade fair in Amsterdam on 7 – 10th of February 2017.
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