The New PA653UL Projector
The magic combination:
Laser, 3 LCD technology and filter-free design
We have cherry picked the best technologies and combined them into one exciting product! NEC’s new PA653UL with 6,500 ANSI lumen brightness and WUXGA resolution is the world’s first laser projector to bring this compelling feature bundle to life. Take a deeper look at how this new projector is taking low-maintenance operation and vivid colour production to a new level:
Resource-saving laser light source
Up to 20,000 h maintenance-free light source operation, thanks to laser light source technology will boost your budget. In addition, the laser light source will serve the audience with a high brightness output for a much longer time compared to traditional lamp-based projector systems.
Impress with vivid colours
Most people perceive laser light as generating a brighter image than that of a traditional lamp. What’s more, with 3 LCD picture processing technology, they will benefit from colours which are strikingly more vivid for an even better visual experience.
No filter service, at all
Designed with minimal maintenance in mind, the laser projector also boasts a fully-sealed optical engine, allowing a filter-free design. With no filter, replacement and cleaning costs are simply wiped from your budget, alongside no lamp costs this makes the projector TCO calculation even more attractive.
There is so much more to say
Furthermore, the new projector offers powerful features including motorised zoom and focus, HDBaseT-Out for multi-projector setups, management of wider Rec2020 colour space content, HDR10 support and copyright protected 4k and Ultra HD Blue-ray content delivery . . . to name just a few! A full list of capabilities can be found here.
The new PA653UL projector enhances the recently launched new PA series line up with laser capability to make it even more attractive. Targeting the needs of commercial and professional environments such as meeting rooms and high-end education, museums as well as the rental sector. In August 2017, a new PA803UL laser projector model will follow serving applications demanding higher brightness levels of 8,000 ANSI lumen.