18 Jun 2014

Digital Projection HIGHLite Laser 12k and M-Vision 930 WUXGA

Digital Projection have released the world first 12,000 lumen solid-state laser projector – the HIGHLite Laser 12k.This new three chip projector delivers a stunning 12,000 lumen output and boasts 20,000 hours of stable solid-state illumination with a WUXGA resolution. Developed for ‘fit and forget’ installations, lamp changes and expensive maintenance cycles are significantly reduced.

Edge Blend is included as standard along with Geometric Correction for a seamless viewing experience. HIGHLite Laser 12k delivers fully active 3D with up to 144 Hz refresh rate for the smoothest possible, flicker-free picture quality. Dual HDMI 1.4, DVI and 3G-SDI inputs provide the latest high speed video delivery. To complement this, HDBaseT connectivity allows the transmission of uncompressed High Definition Video over a CAT5e/6 LAN cable.

Digital Projection has also released the world’s brightest single chip Digital Light Processing (DLP) projector – the 12,000 ANSI Lumen M-Vision 930 WUXGA. Ideal for a wide range of applications, from medium to large performance environments to live event solutions, the M-Vision 930 includes features typically associated with high-end three chip systems at an affordable, single chip price point.

12k ANSI Lumen M-Vision 930 WUXGA

A contrast ratio of up to 5,000:1 and fully active 3D, with up to 144Hz refresh rate, delivers optimum picture quality. Furthermore, the 0.96” DarkChipTM DMD, 6 Segment Colour Wheel and Dual 465W High Intensity Discharge Lamps produce unrivalled resolution and brightness. Other features include dual HDMI 1.4, DVI input, HDBaseT connectivity for the transmission of uncompressed High Definition video over a CAT5e/6 LAN cable.

Digital Projection is now distributed in Australia and New Zealand by Amber Technology: 1800 251 367


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