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New Sanyo Ultra-Portable Projector With Intelligent Lamp Control System Produces High Brightness With Very Low Power Consumption

CHATSWORTH, Calif. Jan. 18, 2011 January 2011 $1,545.99

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By expanding the range of lamp control through newly developed technology, SANYO has enabled low-power operation and extended bulb life while retaining very high image quality. The lamp control range has been greatly expanded, from about 30% to 70%, and the new system operates by analyzing the video signal and automatically adjusting lamp brightness according to image requirements.

When the lamp control reduces light output in response to image changes, it is possible for shifts in color to occur in the projected image. To correct for this, SANYO’s new color shift correction technology compensates for any deviations in real time, ensuring color accuracy at all brightness levels. The use of these technologies enables the projector to combine low power consumption with a high contrast ratio.

Sam Malik

For first-time and occasional users, setup is made easy through a set of on-screen user instructions and an automatic vertical keystone correction, which detects the projector’s setup angle and automatically applies the proper keystone correction. In operation, the projector’s automatic input signal search detects the presence of input signals and correctly configures the projector for display of the source format.

Microphone input is provided for presenters with playback over a built-in speaker that is driven by a 10-watt amplifier. The speaker can also be used for externally sourced audio. Network control is available through an RJ45 LAN connection and SANYO’s PJ-Network software, which is provided with the projector. The system provides PC management for input switching, powering on and off, determining operating time, and is also able to email operating status notifications to up to ten email addresses.

The range of video inputs includes a D-sub 15 pin RGB Component input and a second D-sub 15 pin RGB input that also functions as a video output, as well as single S-Video and RCA Composite inputs. For audio, dual stereo mini jack audio inputs, with one doubling as the microphone input are available, along with a stereo pair of RCA jacks and a stereo mini jack output. Control inputs include an RJ45 connector for wired LAN Network control, and a D-sub9 connector for RS232C.

SANYO’s three-layer filter system is utilized in two locations in the projector for maximum efficiency. These long-life filters use three different media in sequence, with decreasing filter size providing greater effectiveness. The system operates up to 5500 hours between filter changes, reducing both operational costs and maintenance time. The PLC-XU4000 is covered by a three year parts and labor warranty.

About SANYO

Chatsworth, California http://us.SANYO.com

Press note:

Photos, additional information, interview requests and product evaluations should be directed to agency.

Press Contact:

Jim Noyd

Noyd Communications Inc.

T: 310-951-3768

E: [email protected]

SANYO Contact :

Aaron Fowles

T: 619-661-4151

E: [email protected]

SOURCE SANYO North America Corp.

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