PT-MZ16 is a new range of LCD projectors easier to configure, with WUXGA resolution and a brightness that reaches 16.000 lumens.
Ideal for conference rooms and seminar rooms, Panasonic’s new PT-MZ16 series LCD laser projectors are designed to reduce the workload of AV managers in corporate and educational environments, thanks to the simplified configuration, reduced need for maintenance and to the special countermeasures that limit any technical problems.
With brightness up to 16.000 lumens, WUXGA resolution, minimized noise (38 dB in normal mode) and compact structure (22 kg in weight), and thanks to the new maintenance-free laser design, this new series of projectors eliminates the need for continuous inspections by the AV technicians to verify their correct functionality. The reliability of these devices also depends on the dust-resistant structure and the Eco filter, which extend the life of the projector up to 20.000 hours of use.
The new series is also equipped with a redundant system that reduces any technical problems. For example, the backup on the input signal makes it safe from interruption risks, while the monitoring function warns the operators in case of failure, also indicating the type of problem.
The dual LAN connectivity system also facilitates configuration via DIGITAL LINK, to allow the transmission of HDMI signals and control commands, video and audio up to 150 meters away.
“The AV market in universities is growing significantly and the AV and IT managers are struggling to meet requests for assistance and manage different universities”, said Hartmut Kulessa, Panasonic’s European Marketing Manager. “Our new series of LCD laser projectors is also designed to reduce the pressure on these technical figures, ensuring optimal operation of the projectors for prolonged periods and a simple and effective prevention of potential faults.”
Previewed at Infocomm 2019, the PT-MZ16 series includes the PT-MZ16K (16.000 lumens), PT-MZ13K (13.000 lumens) and PT-MZ10K (10.000 lumens) models and will be available from November 2019.
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