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projectiondesign Remote Light Source projector first

test 1 February 2010
projectiondesign Remote Light Source projector first

The FR12 Remote Light Source (RLS) looks set to be a major talking point at this week’s ISE exhibition. Suitable for 24/7 operation and applications where fan noise and heat management are priority issues, the FR12 (pictured) is also said to be ideal for any locations where projector access is restricted.

The patent-pending FR12 Remote Light Source (RLS) concept relocates the lamps from the projector to a rack-mount enclosure up to 30m away from the projector head. Light from the 19in rack-mounted RLS illuminates the projector head via an innovative Liquid Light Guide (LLG). The result, says projectiondesign, is a “compact, ruggedized, virtually maintenance-free projector head with completely silent operation.”

Anders Løkke, international marketing & communications manager at projectiondesign, told Installation Europe: “ISE is a central meeting place for all kinds of visitors who are eager to see the latest technologies and plan for future investments. It’s a great opportunity to introduce this revolutionary new product and we expect it to change how the industry sees projection – and its market potential is enormous. Part of our ISE activity is also to educate our partners about this new product and its technologies in hourly presentations on our booth, each day of the show.”

The FR12 will be previewed in the innovation area on the projectiondesign stand at ISE 2010 (1I31).

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