The new BlueCore BenQ LK970 is a laser technology projector with 4K resolution and a brightness of 5000 lumens
The 4K resolution comes in the BenQ BlueCore laser projection. The new BenQ LK970 offers 4K UHD resolution with 8,3 megapixel and 20.000 hours of operation thanks to its 5.000 lumens laser light source. In short, high performances and long life. BenQ LK970 is the synthesis of the latest achievements in projection technology, the 4K display resolution and the laser light source that does not require maintenance. The result is a high image quality, guaranteed by laser technology, and a brightness of 8,3 million distinct pixels in projection. In addition to not requiring maintenance, the new BenQ LK970 also offers installation flexibility and application versatility, entertainment simulators, cinemas, auditoriums, museums and galleries.
Equipped with the latest DMD 4K UHD chip model, the BenQ LK970 generates a true 3840×2160 resolution and also uses a contrast ratio of 100,000: 1 and a built-in dual-color system that can produce an intense and very balanced RGBY color range. Finally, laser technology guarantees up to 20.000 hours of operation without replace the lamp.
This makes the BenQ LK970 a projector suitable for 24/7 commercial and professional applications. The optical engine and the laser light source are hermetically sealed against dust, while the liquid circulating cooling system ensures silent performance. The projector can also be installed vertically.
Vertical and horizontal lens adjustment and Big Zoom function provide tools for getting aligned installations, while high altitude mode and the ability to break off the light source at zero-lumen extend application possibilities in different environments.
As for connectivity, the BenQ LK970 features integrated HDBaseT and supports long-distance Full HD signal transmissions using Ethernet cables up to 100 meters. LAN control compatibility with third-party solutions such as Extron, Crestron, AMX enables IT managers to control multiple projector networks.
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