The frequency of the video signal is analyzed for each scene, and distribution data is extracted for the ultra high, high, medium and low-range frequencies.
This unique Panasonic image correction circuit optimally enhances each area of the screen.
High-precision detection is applied from 2-dimensional horizontal/vertical data to produce more natural, lifelike images with high definition.
This function corrects the image quality to project sharp, clear images even in brightly lit rooms. A luminance sensor measures the ambient brightness, and a real-time adjustment function optimizes sharpness and brightness according to the surroundings.
This adjustment function also works together with the Detail Clarity Processor 3 to enhance the realism and vividness of projected images. This makes images easier to view and offers high contrast.
* There is no actual change in the rated brightness or contrast ratio.
A number of functions are provided to reduce power consumption. They adjust the brightness according to ambient light conditions, and reduce the lamp power when there is no signal input or the projector is in AV Mute mode.
You can easily set the Eco Management functions according to operating conditions by using the ECO button on the remote control.
"ECO" button on the remote control
The PT-FW430 Series has attained a low stand-by power level of 0.3 W*2 (standby mode: ECO).
It also helps to slash running costs, and reduces environmental impact.
*1 When the standby mode is set to ECO, network functions such as power on over the LAN will not operate.
Also, only certain commands can be received for external control using the serial terminal.
*2 0.3 W at 100–120 V AC. 0.4 W at 220–240 V AC.