Panasonic Business, a leading audiovisual technology provider, presents its new range of 1-Chip DLP projectors, delivering quality colour performance for museums and exhibition spaces.
Panasonic Business is pleased to announce that its new PT-RZ990 Series of projectors are an ideal choice for museum and exhibition spaces, providing brightness, high resolution and flexibility. The Series includes four different projectors (PT-RZ690/PT-RZ790/PT-RZ890/PT-RZ990), delivering up to 10,000lm (centre) and WUXGA resolution.
In addition to this, the range also features Quartet Colour Harmonizer in order to enhance the colour-depth and white-balance accuracy, resulting in realistic pictures even in well-lit spaces.
The PT-RZ990 Series
The series includes a range of 11 optional lenses, covering wide throw-distances from 0.280:1 to 8.58:1. Compatible lenses include the ET-DLE020 Ultra-Short-Throw Zoom lens which is the first UST zero offset lens in the world.
Furthermore, 1-Chip DLP technology allows for great uniformity between adjoining screens. Minimal variation between DMDs means that users can easily blend images for an immersive viewing experience.
The new PT-RZ990 Series supports uncompressed 4K/60p signal input via HDMI or DIGITAL LINK terminals. Separate LAN and HDBase-T-based DIGITAL LINK terminals also allow 100Base-TX- and 10BaseT-compatible control signals via Panasonic, Crestron, AMX, and Extron applications.
Finally, this new projector series also has a Free Grid function built into onboard Geometric Adjustment, supporting grid-based image adjustment via remote control. Geometric functionality can be further enhanced using Panasonic’s ET-UK20 and CUK10 Upgrade Kits.
On 30 September 2020 from 11 am – 12 pm CEST, Panasonic is hosting a product webinar to provide an overview of the PT-RZ990 Series. Attendees can discover more information about the improvements included in this new range, such as signal processing with powerful 4K input capability and a reduced noise level. To register, click here.
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