JVC Debuts Three New D-ILA Projectors Aimed at Simulation

JVC Visual Systems will introduce three new Visualization Series projectors designed for simulation environments this week. The DLA-VS4600 is spec’d at 4,000 ANSI lumens, while the DLA‑VS47NV and DLA-VS45NV include a new dedicated IR‑LED engine for stimulated NVG exercises.

All three new projectors feature three-chip D-ILA imagers, BLU-Escent laser/phosphor illumination, a spec of greater than 12,000:1 contrast ratio, 120Hz frame rate and native DCI 4K resolution (4096×2160), with the DLA-VS47NV adding an addressable 8K e-shift mode. The DLA-VS47NV and DLA-VS45NV deliver 3,000 ANSI lumens.

BLU-Escent technology with frame-encoded dynamic laser control (FEDLC) uses a solid-state hybrid illumination system that lowers operating costs, allows flexible mounting orientations with unlimited pitch and roll and provides consistent performance for up to 30,000 projection hours. All three projectors deliver 12-bit color bit depth via DisplayPort 1.2a inputs, as well as six-axis color management with 12-bit gamma correction and digital black frame smear reduction. Other features include built-in auto intensity and color calibration to reduce maintenance requirements, plus user adjustable gamma presets and RS232 control protocol.

Here are the specs on each projector.

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