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FR12 Remote Light Source Projector – The Quiet – Hassle Free Install-Grade Projector

The FR12 by Projectiondesign received the Systems Contractor News (SCN) / InfoComm 2010 Installation Product Award for Most Innovative Install-Grade Projector

FR12 Remote Light Source Projector
The FR12’s revolutionary design relocates the lamps, thermal management and maintenance away from the projector head; to a rack-mount unit up to 30 meters (100 ft) away. Designed for applications where access to the projector is restricted or impossible, or where complete silence is required. Light from the RLS illuminates the projector head via a patented Liquid Light Guide. The result is a virtually maintenance-free projector with near silent operation, and easy to install capabilities.

Key Features:

  • Choice of WUXGA (1920 x 1200), 1080p (1920 x 1080), or SXGA+ (1400 x 1050) resolution DLP® technology
  • A wide range of different configuration options
  • RealColor colour management suite
  • Wide range of lenses
  • Ultra small 3.5 kg magnesium chassis

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Sharp Adds to Growth in the 3D Projection Market

Are you ready to make the move to 3D? The 3D projection market continues to expand, as Sharp has entered the growing market. Sharp’s suite of six 3D-ready, DLP BrilliantColor professional projectors aim to stand above the competition with energy saving features such as low standby power consumption, in addition to an  expanded lamp life through eco mode operations.

Sharp’s six new models include the following:

  • PG-D45X3D (4,500 ANSI lumens, XGA native resolution)
  • PG-D40W3D (4,000 ANSI lumens, WXGA native resolution)
  • PG-D3510X (3,500 ANSI lumens, XGA native resolution)
  • PG-D3010X (3,000 ANSI lumens, XGA native resolution)
  • PG-D2710X (2,700 ANSI lumens, XGA native resolution)
  • PG-D2500X (2n500 ANSI lumens, XGA native resolution)

Key elements behind the new models also include a wireless remote with a built-in spotlight function and on-screen pointer to support presentations. As a safety feature, the projector automatically shuts off if the lens cover is closed more than 30 minutes.

All models are expected to be rolled out by April 2010.