Projectiondesign is getting ready for ISE next week by releasing many of the new projectors they intend to display at the show. Three of those new models are part of the new F32 line that is specifically designed to perform in “harsh environments.” All three models feature DLP display technology, a 7500:1 contrast ratio, and are fitted with projectiondesign’s patented DuArch dual illumination architecture. Anders Lokke, International Marketing & Communications Manager at projectiondesign, says, “We are delighted to have made the projectors available so soon after announcing them, and are sure that they will find many admirers among our existing and new customers.” These models and many more will be on display February 3-5 at ISE.
The first model of the line is the F32 sx+. This projector features a SXGA+ (1400 x 1050) resolution, which is the lowest in the series. However, this model is also the brightest in the line, displaying 4100 ANSI lumens. The sx+ weighs a hefty 27.8 lbs, which is light enough for traveling, but not on a daily basis.
The F32 1080 is next in line, featuring 3800 ANSI lumens, and full HD (1920 x 1080) resolution. This model comes with dual HDMI inputs as well as 5BNC, a DVI-D, VGA, component, s-video, and composite input. The dual lamp system that comes with every F32 projector can be set to switch from one lamp to the second automatically. This feature extends the overall lamp life to about 5000 hours.
Last in the F32 series is the F32 wuxga projector. This model features the same 3800 ANSI lumens as the 1080 model, but this projector has also has a native WUXGA (1920 x 1080) resolution. When the F32 wuxga is set to High Brightness Mode, brightness is boosted from 3800 ANSI lumens to 5700 ANSI lumens, which makes it bright enough to display outdoors during the day time. In addition, the projector comes with both a vertical and horizontal lens shift that adds flexibility to the projector’s placement.