Panasonic has unveiled a new 4K 3-chip DLP laser projector with 27,000 lumens at 5,120 x 3,200 resolution, this week at InfoComm.
The PT-RQ32K features Panasonic’s pixel-shifting quad pixel drive technology and is designed for events, staging and rental applications.
A laser light source and an original heat-resistant phosphor wheel design maintain consistent image quality, colour and brightness, which is particularly suited to multiple projector applications.
Hartmut Kulessa, European projector marketing manager at Panasonic, commented: “Panasonic has been particularly strong in producing high brightness projectors over recent years. The RQ32K is a great addition to the line-up and joins two high-brightness laser projectors with 31,000 lumens (centre) in WUXGA (PT-RZ31K) and SXGA+ (PT-RS30K).”
The need for custom mounting-frames has been eliminated with frame-free stacking or eye-bolt rigging, reducing overall weight for transportation and easy installation of temporary multi-projection mapping projects.
The projector also includes a quick on/off mechanical and laser light source hybrid shutter and power management functions to ensure energy-efficient operation.
The RQ32K is set for release in January 2017
InfoComm booth: C6308