- A wide lineup of high-brightness projectors and optional lenses capable of large-screen projection.
- Long-lasting lamp-based projectors and lamp-free projectors, filter systems with long replacement cycles, and filter-free systems, contribute to an excellent TCO and reduce maintenance hassles.
- Less worry about sudden lamp burnout with a multi-lamp system.
- DIGITAL LINK for all-in-one connectivity.
Panasonic offers cost-reducing products, such as long-lasting lamp-based projectors and lamp-free projectors.
The following features also help to reduce the maintenance burden.
Panasonic’s dust-resistant projector models make it difficult for even tiny dust particles to enter the optical block, so they can be used for long periods even under harsh conditions.
The Eco Filter has an electrostatic Micro Cut Filter that collects minute dust particles with an ion effect.
The ACF (Auto Cleaning Filter) automatically winds the filter and cleans its surface when the clog sensor detects dust and preset time intervals.
Some projector models share the same lamp types. This reduces the number of lamp types that need to be kept in stock when multiple projectors are used.
Dual-Lamp/Four-Lamp Optical System
The Dual-Lamp/Four-Lamp Optical system allows the projector to keep working even if a lamp should fail.
If a lamp burns out while the projector is operating, this mode simply switches to another lamp so the image isn't interrupted.
LED/Laser-Combined Light Source
When you use a SOLID SHINE Series projector with the LED/Laser-combined light source, there are no lamp burnout problems during use, so reliability is further increased. Moreover, the SOLID SHINE Series' linear brightness drop provides greater brightness over a given time. This light source requires no maintenance for approximately 20,000 hours.*
* A guideline for light source replacement. The maintenance-free period may be shortened due to environmental conditions.
Equipped with a DIGITAL LINK terminal, DIGITAL LINK-ready Panasonic projectors or flat panel displays allow transmission of HDMI, uncompressed HD digital video and control signals (Ethernet, RS-232C) for up to 100 meters (328 feet) through a single CAT5e (STP) cable or higher. This simplifies cabling and system upgrades, making it ideal for ceiling-mounted and other permanent installations.
Note: DIGITAL LINK is based on HDBaseT™ technology, but it has other added features, including two-way communication with Panasonic projectors or flat panel displays and interoperability with major AV control manufacturers (Crestron, Extron, Atlona, etc.) and also supports their control protocol.
HDBaseT™ is a trademark of the HDBaseT Alliance.
- Wide lineup of interactive models.
- With a short throw projector, the teacher does not have to worry about casting a shadow on the screen.
Panasonic offers a wide lineup of interactive displays and interactive projectors. This lets you select the optimal model for your screen size, installation conditions, and application.
You can write or draw figures on the projected image with the Interactive Pen/Pointer. In addition, two users can write simultaneously, to make classes and presentations more effective. It is easy to store the words and figures in a computer for information sharing.
Installation Example: Interactive Projector
Close range projection reduces not only shadows of the presenter but also glare of the projection light, making lectures and meetings less stressful.
- Low power consumption for extended use.
- The IPS panel provides high visibility even when viewed at an angle.
- Easy remote monitoring and control over a LAN.
Edge Light System Used for Backlighting
The edge light system requires a small number of LED units because the lights are installed only on the edges of the LCD panel. This saves energy. The display unit can also be made thin and light.
Built-in Brightness Sensor
A built-in ambient light sensor detects ambient light and controls brightness. Low power consumption is achieved by controlling the brightness of the backlight.
The IPS panel has a wide viewing angle, so colors don't change when the image is viewed from right or left angles. Information can be accurately relayed to groups of people in large areas, like public spaces.
Web browser on a computer connected through a wired LAN system lets you remotely operate projectors and flat panel displays, and check their status. An e-mail messaging function* can also notify you when a lamp needs replacement, and indicate the overall projector status.
The wired LAN terminal is compatible with PJLink™ (class1), an open protocol that is used by many manufacturers, to enable integrated control of systems that contain different brands of projectors and flat panel displays.
* The e-mail messaging function is supported only by projectors.
The functions vary depending on the model. See and check the functionality of each model.