Consumer electronics conglomerate, Mitsubishi, has announced that its 7000 series of LCD projectors is now shipping across the European market.
The range of projectors – which was first unveiled at the ISE 2012 trade fair – has been specifically designed for large-scale professional purposes, such as large meeting rooms and lecture theatres, as well as other professional uses such as digital signage.
The range of projectors offers exemplary light output of 6,000 lumens with a 2,000:1 contrast ratio, due to it being based around an inorganic liquid crystal panels. The projectors in the 7000 series all have lamplife of 4,000 hours and offer particularly high energy efficiency, with less than 0.3W power consumption in standby mode.
The range offers projectors of three different resolutions: the XL7100U / XL7000U (1024 x 768 pixel XGA), the WL7200U / WL7050U (1280 x 800 pixel WXGA) and the UL7400U (1920×1200 pixel WUXGA).
All of the projectors feature Dynamic Contrast Correction, which analyses the dynamic range of the input signal and makes automatic contrast corrections, ensuring that picture details and shadows are not lost. The machines have a lens shift range of up to 70 degrees vertically and 30 degrees horizontally, and come with full network connectivity.