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Sanyo Introduces Interactive WXGA Short-Throw Projector That Enables Interactivity With Any Projection Surface

CHATSWORTH, Calif. Jan. 18, 2011 January 2011 $1695.99

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Conventional interactive projector systems require the use of an interactive whiteboard connected to the PC. SANYO’s interactive system eliminates this need by providing two interface devices (a pen and a pointer), each containing an infrared (IR) transmitter. When the tip of either device is pressed against the screen or wall surface, it generates an IR signal that is detected by a camera module located on the front surface of the projector. This signal allows the system to determine the relative location of the tip on the projected image, and this information is transmitted to the PC through a USB connection for display on screen. Calibration for setup is considerably simpler than competing projector systems, requiring only half of the calibration points. The system is compatible with virtually all software, as well as the Windows 7, Vista, XP and Mac OS operating systems.

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With an ultra short-throw lens, the PLC-WL2503 can create an 80-inch projected image from a distance of only 34-inches. The ability to locate the projector so close to the projection allows presenters to work next to the screen without casting shadows or having to avoid the projector’s light beam. Its Wide XGA format provides a 16:10 aspect ratio with 1280×800 resolution, allowing the presentation of HD resolution images, and an HDMI 1.3 input facilitates connection to HD sources and DVD players. When the projector is used with a surface other than a conventional screen, special modes are available for blackboard and color board surfaces.

Demonstrating SANYO’s understanding of the importance of minimizing maintenance time and cost, the projector can operate up to 4,000 hours before requiring a lamp or filter replacement. SANYO’s proprietary hybrid filter uses multiple filter stages, with each layer capturing smaller particles than the previous one, ultimately providing six times the area and 15 times more dust collection than conventional projector filters, resulting in longer filter life and lower operational costs. When lamp replacement is necessary, access is facilitated through a top panel access door.

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Video inputs include an HDMI 1.3 terminal and dual D-sub 15 connectors, one used for Component video and the other providing dual functions, either as an input or as an analog RGB output. Also provided are S-Video and RCA composite inputs. Audio inputs include a stereo pair of RCA connectors and a stereo mini jack. Variable audio output is available through another stereo mini jack connector. A high output speaker, driven by a 10-watt amplifier, provides onboard audio playback, and closed caption display is also available.

Simplifying operation, the unit powers on once the power cord is connected to AC power, with no need to operate a switch on the projector or even the remote control. Reflecting SANYO’s commitment to energy efficiency, the PLC-WL2503 is compliant with European EuP power consumption standard LOT6, and the projector 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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