New Panasonic projector reduces total cost of ownership for customers

Latest DLP projector offers low power consumption, low maintenance and high brightness

6th May 2014

Panasonic

Panasonic Business Systems has today launched a Full HD, 3-chip DLP projector at its 2014 Roadshow, to complement the award-winning PT-DZ21K series.

The PT-DZ16K has been specifically designed to reduce Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) for customers seeking a reliable, high brightness and low-maintenance product.

The projector features low power consumption and has a long lamp replacement cycle of up to 3,000 hours and an up to 12,000 hours maintenance free eco filter.

Chris Maw, Product Marketing Manager, Projector and Flat Panel Display, Panasonic Australia, said: “With a highly efficient optical design using four lamps, liquid cooling system and a relay mode for 24/7 operation, the PT-DZ16K projector is ideal for events and use over an extended period, such as in permanent large venue installations.”

“The compact projector offers built-in edge blending and colour matching functions as well as multi-unit brightness control for projections onto wide screens and surfaces, creating an immersive experience.”

Basic installation flexibility is supported by a comprehensive optional lens selection that supports a wide range of throw distances. 360 degrees projections are also possible, allowing displays on both floors and ceilings. The PT-DZ16K series can be remotely monitored and operated using Panasonic’s ET-SWA100 multi-projector monitoring and control software.

PT-DZ16K Series Specifications

  • Model: PT-DZ16K
  • Brightness: 16,000 lumens
  • Resolution: 1920 x 1080 pixels
  • Aspect Ratio: 16:9
  • Contrast Ratio: 10,000:1
  • Weight: 43kg
  • Size: 620 x 291x 800mm
  • Input terminals: 3G/HD-SDI, HDMI, DVI-D, Artnet-compatible LAN RJ45
  • Operating Temperature: 0-45C
  • Additional Features: DICOM simulation mode / mechanical shutter
  • Availability: May 2014
  • Pricing: $69,999 RRP

RELEASED BY PANASONIC AUSTRALIA

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