NEC Display Solutions Europe has launched the 8000-lumen PX803UL projector, a laser/phosphor light projector aimed at large venues and rental and staging, higher education, museums, large corporations and for signage applications. Solid State Light source (SSL) technology means the WUXGA 1920×1200 PX803UL requires no lamp replacement, removes filter costs and eliminates the need for maintenance, therefore offering a low total cost of ownership during the lifetime of the projector. It offers a more constant light output and a typical lifetime of 20,000 hours and has a spec of 10,000:1 contrast ratio, while maintaining a consistent level of outstanding image quality. Inputs include, Display, HDMI and HDBaseT.
The PX803UL has a selection of wide-zoom bayonet lenses, an optional ultra-short throw lens, and the option to use third party lenses. The lens options also enable customized installations and easy upgrade of projectors that are already installed. Additional flexibility is made possible due to the option to install in any direction.
The projector has an OPS-input, HDMI-out and the edge-blending capability.
The NEC PX803UL laser projector will be showcased on the NEC Display Solutions stand 4-R24 at the ISE trade fair in Amsterdam, and commercially available from February 2016 onwards. Here are the tech specs.