The new BenQ LU951ST BlueCore short-throw laser projector offers 5.000 lumens for 20.000 hours of maintenance-free use, also thanks to the Dust Guard Pro technology, plus flexibility for many applications and a five-year warranty.
Created to solve all the possible problems of space, the new BenQ LU951ST short-throw laser projector features a wide-angle, horizontal and vertical optics, a 1.1x zoom, and the possibility of 360° projection with digital resizing/shrinking of images and various image memory settings. All these features make the BenQ LU951ST projector particularly suitable for applications such as showrooms, exhibitions and trade fairs, as well as for small or medium-sized meeting rooms.
BenQ LU951ST can also offer single-cable HDBaseT support for long distances, the daisy chain multi-projector connecting and design versatility, to meet the creative ambitions of contemporary companies. The projector is based on BlueCore laser projection technology, capable of producing a high brightness for over 20.000 hours guaranteed of maintenance-free use, in WUXGA resolution.
Giacomo Rocchi, Sales and Marketing Manager of BenQ Italy, emphasizes: “BenQ LU951ST and the other models in the range are covered by a five-year warranty: anyone who chooses to install a BenQ laser projector has the certainty of having a long period of use without problems.”
BenQ Dust Guard Pro technology is also worth mentioning with sealed laser modules and lighting motors to protect the DMD chip, color wheel sensor, laser bench and all optical components. Dust Guard Pro is therefore designed to further extend the life of the BlueCore laser light source and the reliability of the DLP.
The BenQ LU951ST is also compatible with leading third-party solutions including Extron, Crestron, AMX and PJ-Link, and can be managed by MDA BenQ, allowing operators to centrally monitor and maintain networks composed of multiple projectors.
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