SANYO Announces PDG-DHT100JL DLP® 6,500 lm Full HD Projector2 min read
Strong against dust with new sealed optical engine and Active Maintenance Filter, as well as wireless HD transmission compatibility among other incredible options!
SANYO Electric Co., Ltd. (SANYO) announces its newest DLP® projector to the line-up, the PDG-DHT100JL projector. SANYO has offered DLP® projectors in addition to the broad line-up of LCD projectors since last year. This new projector is the brightest*1 of its class with an incredible 6,500 lumens, and is compatible with Full HD signal, allowing bright high definition, high resolution projection of the highest quality available, making it perfect for digital advertising (electronic advertising) and design/CAD applications. Also, as the projector has also been designed to be compatible with SANYO’s optional Uncompressed HD*2 DATA WIRELESS Transmission System, this projector can be used to project beautiful high definition even over long distances up to 30 meters*3 without the worry of cables. Additionally, the PDG-DHT100JL has been designed to have higher resistance to dust with the newly designed encapsulated optical engine and the use of SANYO’s proprietary ‘Active Maintenance Filter’ (AMF) for the industry’s longest-lasting*4 filter, allowing enough airflow to keep lamp area cool without bringing in all the dust. The PDG-DHT100JL will be on sale in Japan starting from the end of March 2009.
This projector will be on display in Amsterdam, Holland at the “Integrated Systems Europe 2009” show to be held from February 3 to February 5.
1. Brightest of its class*1 at 6,500 lumens, and Compatible with Full HD video for bright and beautiful high definition and high resolution projection
2. Compatible with latest in uncompressed HD*2 DATA WIRELESS transmission optional adapter allowing incredible image quality even from long distances
3. Equipped with new, dust-resistant sealed optical engine and the Industry’s longest-lasting*4 30,000 hour-use filter ‘Active Maintenance Filter’, for cleaner and highly durable projection