Panasonic PT-DW730ELS data projector

PT-DW730 Series
1-Chip DLP™ Projectors
PT-DW730ES
PT-DW730ELS
PT-DX800ES
PT-DX800ELS
Crisp Pictures with 8,000 lm* for Effective Visual Communication
* The PT-DX800ES/DX800ELS has 8,000 lm and the PT-DW730ES/DW730ELS has 7,000 lm of brightness.
PT-DW730ES
PT-DW730ELS
PT-DX800ES
PT-DX800ELS
WXGA
XGA
7,000 lm
8,000 lm
Compact yet
Bright and
Versatile
If you are looking for a compact but powerful
projector, check out the Panasonic PT-DW730
Series 1-chip DLP ™ projectors. The PT-DX800ES
and PT-DW730ES produce 8,000 and 7,000 lm
of brightness, respectively. The RGB Booster
ensures vivid, colourful images, and the original
Eco Filter eliminates the need for filter replacement for up to 12,000 hours. *1 Complete with a
dual-lamp system, the PT-DW730 Series gives
you high reliability and hassle-free maintenance.
Both models enable easy and flexible system
configuration.
Vivid Picture Quality with
High Brightness
P T-DW 730ES / DW 730E L S
7,0 0 0 lm
W XG A (1,280 × 80 0 )
• RGB Booster
Colour wheel
Bright 8,000/7,000 lm from
Compact Body
New lamp drive system has helped to make
the body as compact as Panasonic’s original
PT-DZ6700 Series,* 2 while providing high brightness of 8,000 lm for the PT-DX800ES and
7,000 lm for the PT-DW730ES.
P T-DX800ES / DX800E L S
8,0 0 0 lm
XG A (1,024 × 76 8 )
• The PT-DW730ELS and PT-DX800ELS
are sold without lenses.
• The specifications are the same
as those of the PT-DW730ES and
PT-DX800ES.
gamma curves, and colour corrections. This
produces crisper, more stunning images with
vivid colours even under bright conditions.
Lamp power
By modulating the lamp power, we can
maximize the colour reproduction of each
colour without sacrificing brightness. Light
usage is optimised, and colour balance is
obtained without lowering the brightness.
Without System Daylight View 2
PT-DW730 series with System
Daylight View 2
• Conventional system
RGB Booster Significantly Improves
Colour Reproduction
The RGB Booster achieves high image quality
with levels of colour reproduction and brightness that make each colour stand out. It combines Panasonic’s proprietary Vivid Colour
Control technology with a newly engineered
Lamp Modulation Drive System for a 1-chip
DLP™ projector that produces bright and vivid
colours.
• VividColourControl
This unique control technology epitomises the
use of the colour segment areas of the colour
wheel. It increases the brightness of each RGB
colour by minimizing the unallocated portions
between the colours, to achieve truly vivid
colouring.
• LampModulationDriveSystem
With the advanced lamp modulation technology, the projector is able to control the lamp
intensity for each of the red, green, blue, and
white segments of the colour wheel separately.
Because the actual light output is controlled in
relation to each colour segment, light usage is
optimised and colour balance is obtained without lowering the brightness. This results in
bright vivid images with increased colour fidelity.
Colour wheel
Easy Maintenance and
Superior Reliability
Lamp power
Because the lamp power was fixed in
conventional projectors, colour reproduction
was enhanced by sacrificing brightness.
Detail Clarity Processor Brings Depth
and Clarity to Details
This advanced image-processing circuit analyses the video signal frequency range for each
scene by extracting data on the distribution of
high, mid, and low-frequency components, and
brings out fine details accordingly. The resulting images have a more natural, three-dimensional appearance with crisp, clear detail.
System Daylight View 2 for Enhanced
Colour Perception
Image details are less clear when a projector
is used in a room with the lights on. Panasonic’s System Daylight View 2 improves brightness perception by adjusting sharpness,
Eco Filter that Needs No Maintenance
for up to 12,000 Hours* 1
The original Eco Filter consists of two Micro
Cut Filters (electrostatic filters), a pre-filter and
a main filter, which use an ion effect to collect
extremely small dust particles. The pre-filter
has a honeycomb configuration and the main
filter is pleated to achieve a large surface area
that raises its dust collecting performance.
Thanks to these features, the Eco Filter has a
replacement cycle of up to 12,000 hours* 1,
which reduces the hassle of maintenance.
And, as an enviMain filter
ronmental consideration, the filter
can be washed
with water and
reused.* 3
Pre-filter
P T-DW730ES/ DX800ES
Dual-Lamp System Prevents Image
Interruptions
Multi-Screen Support System
Seamlessly Connects Multiple Screens
Multi Projector Monitoring & Control
Software
The Dual-Lamp System eliminates the need to
interrupt a presentation if a lamp should burn
out (in dual-lamp operation mode). The Lamp
Relay mode also operates the lamps alternately to enable 24/7 projector operation.
The Multi-Screen Support System optimally
adjusts multiple screens: Edge blending, colour
matching and multi-screen processor.
Cost and Space-Saving Lamp
Compatibility
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Panasonic’s original freeware, “Multi Projector
Monitoring & Control Software,” allows the
user to control and monitor multiple projectors
at the same time via LAN. Projectors can be
scheduled to turn on and off at a certain
hour everyday. When a problem occurs, an
alarm message is sent to the monitoring/
controlling PC.
The replacement lamp unit* 4 can be used with
all of the Panasonic PT-DZ6700 Series* 2 and
PT-DZ570 Series projectors.* 5 This reduces the
number of lamp types that need to be kept in
stock when multiple projectors are used.
Liquid Cooling System Attains a High
Level of Reliability
The original, newly designed liquid cooling system directly cools the DLP™ chip to improve
performance and enable operation up to 45°C
(113°F).* 6 This allows use in a wider variety of
environments, while stabilizing performance
and keeping the unit quiet even in harsh conditions. It also
Radiator
Embedded
contributes to
pump
realizing the
compact body.
Plus, Panasonic’s
liquid cooling
system is hermetically sealed,
so you don’t
DLP™ chip
Reservoir
need to replenish
tank
the liquid.
System Integration Flexibility
The edges of adjacent screens can be blended
and their luminance controlled.
This function corrects for slight variations in
the colour reproduction range of individual
projectors.
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The PT-DW730 Series projector can project
large, multi-screen images without any additional equipment. Up to 100 units (10 x 10)
can be edge-blended at a time
Colour matching
Edge blending
Without edge blending
Source
Overlapping image edges
PT-DW730 Series
Side-by-Side Function* 7
(PT-DW730ES/DW730ELS)
The PT-DW730ES/
DW730ELS can simultaneously display images
from two sources onto a
single screen. For example, you can display a PC image on the left
and a video image on the right. Taking advantage of the wide-screen projection, this function gives you a host of new application possibilities to explore.
The PT-DW730 Series can be easily operated
remotely over a LAN network, because it is all
done using the computer’s familiar web browser. Furthermore,
PT-DW730
remote control
the projector
Series
PC
sends an e-mail
LAN
e-mail
message to notify
PC
the operator
Internet
PC
when an error
LAN
has occurred, or
PC
PC
e-mail
a lamp needs to
be replaced.
PJLink™ Compatibility
360°
The LAN terminals support PJLink™ Class 1
connection, which is highly convenient for
system construction.
* 1 The usage environment affects the duration of the filter.
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INSTRUCTIONS !LSO WE RECOMMEND REPLACING THE FILTER WITH A NEW ONE AFTER IT HAS
BEEN WASHED AND REUSED TWICE )F THE FILTER IS NOT SUFFICIENTLY CLEAN AFTER WASHING
replace it with a new one.
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Standby Mode: Eco* 8
The PT-DW730 Series has attained a low
standby power level of 0.3 W (standby mode:
eco). It also helps to slash running costs, and
reduces environmental impact.
Other Valuable Features
With edge blending
Web Browser Control/Monitoring and
E-mail Message Alert
Flexible Installation
The wide adjustment
range of the powered
horizontal/vertical lens
shift function assures
convenience and versatility during installation. It lets you easily
make adjustments with
the remote control.
The unit can also be
rotated 360 degrees
vertically. This means
you can install it at
any angle you want, to
accommodate different
installation conditions.
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3D colour management system
HD IP conversion
Digital noise reduction
Dynamic sharpness control
30m long-range wireless remote control
Mechanical lens shutter
Direct Power Off allows unplugging the
power cord right after use
2ECOMMENDED !PPLICATIONS
The PT-DW730 Series boasts superior image quality,
flexible installation, and easy maintenance, making
either model an ideal choice for use in classrooms,
auditoriums, houses of worship, museums, and
much more.
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Rental, staging
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0ANASONIC WORKS FROM EVERY ANGLE TO MINIMIZE ENVIronmental impact in the product design, production
and delivery processes, and in the performance of
the product during its life cycle. The PT-DW730
Series projector reflects the following ecological
considerations.
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cabinet.
s Lead-free solder is used to mount components to
the printed circuit boards.
s Lamp power switching further reduces power consumption.
s Standby power consumption of only 0.3 W has
been achieved (standby mode: eco).* 8
s !UTO 0OWER 3AVE ACTIVATES STANDBY MODE WHEN NO
signal is input.
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carefully manufactured at the Panasonic
FACTORY IN *APAN UNDER STRICT QUALITY
control. This is another, very important
advantage of a Panasonic projector.
* 4HE OPERATING TEMPERATURE RANGE IS ª# TO ª# ª& TO ª& WHEN THE FAN
CONTROL IS SET TO (IGH !LTITUDE MODE FOR ALTITUDES FROM M TO M FT TO FT ABOVE SEA LEVEL !LSO IF THE AMBIENT TEMPERATURE EXCEEDS ª#
ª& ª# ª& IN (IGH !LTITUDE MODE WHEN THE PROJECTOR IS BEING USED
WITH ,AMP 3ELECT SET TO $UAL AND ,AMP 0OWER SET TO (IGH THE LIGHT OUTPUT MAY
be reduced approximately 20% to protect the projector.
* 7 This function is not effective for some source combinations.
* 8 When the standby mode is set to eco, network functions such as power on over
THE ,!. WILL NOT OPERATE !LSO ONLY CERTAIN COMMANDS CAN BE RECEIVED FOR EXTERnal control using the serial terminal.
Specifications
Projection distance
Model
PT-DW730ES/DW730ELS
Power supply
Power consumption
220 – 240 V AC, 4.3 A, 50/60 Hz
DLP™ chip
Panel size
PT-DX800ES/DX800ELS
760 W (950 VA) at 240 V AC (0.3 W at 220 –240 V AC when standby mode set to eco,* 1
9 W at 220 –240 V AC when standby mode set to normal. Both with fan stopped.)
17.8 mm (0.7 inches) diagonal
16.5 mm (0.65 inches) diagonal
(4:3 aspect ratio)
(16:10 aspect ratio)
DLP™ chip × 1, DLP™ projection system DLP™ chip × 1, DLP™ projection system
786,432 (1,024 × 768) pixels
1,024,000 (1,280 × 800) pixels
Display method
Pixels
Lens
Powered zoom (throw ratio 1.8 – 2.5:1), powered focus F 1.7–1.9, f 25.6 – 35.7 mm
PT-DW730ES/DX800ES
PT-DW730ELS/DX800ELS Optional powered zoom/focus lenses and fixed-focus lens
300 W (max. 310 W) UHM lamp × 2
Lamp
1.27–15.24 m (50 – 600 inches),
Screen size (diagonal)
1.27–15.24 m (50 – 600 inches),
1.27–5.08 m (50 – 200 inches)
1.27–5.08 m (50 – 200 inches)
with the ET-DLE055, 16:10 aspect ratio with the ET-DLE055, 4:3 aspect ratio
Brightness* 2
7,000 lm (dual-lamp, lamp mode: high)
Centre-to-corner uniformity* 2 90 %
8,000 lm (dual-lamp, lamp mode: high)
Contrast*
2,000:1
(full on/full off, contrast mode: high* 3 )
2
Resolution
Scanning frequency
DVI-D
RGB
YPBPR (YCBCR)
Video/S-Video
Optical axis shift
Vertical
Horizontal
Keystone correction range
Installation
Terminals
DVI-D IN
2,500:1
(full on/full off, contrast mode: high* 3 )
1,280 × 800 pixels
(Input signals that exceed this resolution
will be converted to 1,280 × 800 pixels.)
1,024 × 768 pixels
(Input signals that exceed this resolution
will be converted to 1,024 × 768 pixels.)
15 – 91 kHz, f V : 50 –85 Hz, dot clock: 162 MHz or lower
15 – 91 kHz, f V : 50 – 85 Hz, dot clock: 150 MHz or lower
15.75 kHz, f V : 60 Hz [480i (525i)]
f H : 28.13 kHz, f V :
31.50 kHz, f V : 60 Hz [480p (525p)]
f H : 28.13 kHz, f V :
f H : 27.00 kHz, f V :
15.63 kHz, f V : 50 Hz [576i (625i)]
31.25 kHz, f V : 50 Hz [576p (625p)]
f H : 27.00 kHz, f V :
45.00 kHz, f V : 60 Hz [720 (750)/60p] f H : 33.75 kHz, f V :
37.50 kHz, f V : 50 Hz [720 (750)/50p] f H : 67.50 kHz, f V :
33.75 kHz, f V : 60 Hz [1035/60i]
f H : 56.25 kHz, f V :
33.75 kHz, f V : 60 Hz [1080 (1125)/60i]
15.75 kHz, f V : 60 Hz [NTSC/NTSC4.43/PAL-M/PAL60],
15.63 kHz, f V : 50 Hz [PAL/PAL-N/SECAM]
50
25
24
48
30
60
50
Hz
Hz
Hz
Hz
Hz
Hz
Hz
[1080 (1125)/50i]
[1080/25p]
[1080/24p]
[1080/24sF]
[1080/30p]
[1080/60p]
[1080/50p]
1.27
[ 50 ˝ ]
2.03
[ 80 ˝ ]
7.62 [ 30 0 ˝ ]
10.16 [40 0 ˝ ]
12.70 [ 50 0 ˝ ]
15.24 [ 60 0 ˝ ]
+60% from centre of screen (powered)
+50% (+45% with the ET-DLE080)
from centre of screen (powered)
±10% from centre of screen (powered)
±10% from centre of screen (powered)
Vertical: ±40° (±30° with the ET-DLE055/DLE080)
Ceiling/floor, front/rear
DVI-D 24-pin × 1
(DVI 1.0 compliant, compatible with HDCP, compatible with single link only)
480p, 576p, 720/60p, 720/50p, 1080/60i, 1080/50i, 1080/24p, 1080/24sF,
1080/25p, 1080/30p, 1080/60p, 1080/50p,
VGA (640 × 480) – WUXGA (1,920 × 1,200)* 4,
compatible with non-interlaced signals only, dot clock: 25 –162 MHz
BNC × 5 (RGB/YP B P R /YC B C R × 1)
D-Sub HD 15-pin (female) × 1 (RGB/YP B P R /YC B C R × 1)
BNC × 1 (composite video)
Mini DIN 4-pin × 1 (S-Video)
D-sub 9-pin (female) × 1 for external control (RS-232C compliant)
D-sub 9-pin (male) × 1 for link control (RS-232C compliant)
M3 × 1 for wired remote control
M3 × 1 for link control (for wired remote control)
D-sub 9-pin (female) × 1 for external control (parallel)
RJ-45 × 1 (for network connection, 10Base-T/100Base-TX, compliant with PJLink™)
Moulded plastic
17 5
( 6 -7 / 8 )
Terminals
1
7
8
9
10
11
2
3
4
Remote 1 input
Remote 1 output
Remote 2 input
Serial input
Serial output
6
7 8
9
10
11
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E T-DL E350
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5.48
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PT-DX800E (4:3 aspect ratio)
Diagonal
image size
1.27
[ 50 ˝ ]
2.03
[ 80 ˝ ]
Throw distance
12.70 [ 50 0 ˝ ]
15.24 [ 60 0 ˝ ]
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E T-DL E350
E T-DL E4 50
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Black models
Black cabinet models are also available as built-to-order.
The specifications are the same as those of the
PT-DW730ES/DW730ELS and PT-DX800ES/DX800ELS.
PT- DW730EK/
DX800EK
(11.1)
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( 5.5 )
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( 5.4 )
3.81 [150 ˝ ]
5.08 [ 20 0 ˝ ]
E T-DL E150
E T-DL E080
2.5 4 [10 0 ˝ ]
10.16 [40 0 ˝ ]
* 1 7HEN THE STANDBY MODE IS SET TO ECO NETWORK FUNCTIONS SUCH AS POWER ON OVER THE , !. WILL NOT OPERATE
!LSO ONLY CERTAIN COMMANDS CAN BE RECEIVED FOR EXTERNAL CONTROL USING THE SERIAL TERMINAL * 2 -EASUREMENT
MEASURING CONDITIONS AND METHOD OF NOTATION ALL COMPLY WITH )3/ INTERNATIONAL STANDARDS * 3 Brightness:
LM FOR THE 04$7%3 $7%,3 LM FOR THE 04$8%3 $8%,3 * 4 #OMPLIANT WITH 6%3!
CV T-RB. * 5 With legs at shortest position. * 6 Protruding parts
not included. * 7 4HE OPERATING TEMPERATURE RANGE IS ª# TO
unit: mm (inches)
Dimensions
ª# ª& TO ª& WHEN THE FAN CONTROL IS SET TO (IGH
!LTITUDE MODE FOR ALTITUDES FROM M TO M 4 9 8 ( 19 -19 / 3 2 )
4 6 6 ( 18 -11 / 3 2 )
FT TO FT ABOVE SEA LEVEL !LSO IF THE AMBIENT TEMPERATURE EXCEEDS ª# ª& ª# ª& IN (IGH !LTITUDE
mode ) when the projector is being used with Lamp Select set
TO $UAL AND ,AMP 0OWER SET TO (IGH THE LIGHT OUTPUT MAY BE
reduced approximately 20 % to protect the projector.
Video input
S-Video input
RGB 1 input
2'" )NPUT
$6)$ INPUT
,!. CONNECTOR
Throw distance
E T-DL E150
E T-DL E080
< throw ratio >
7.62 [ 30 0 ˝ ]
RGB 1 IN
RGB 2 IN
VIDEO IN
S-VIDEO IN
SERIAL IN
SERIAL OUT
REMOTE 1 IN
REMOTE 1 OUT
REMOTE 2 IN
LAN
Cabinet materials
Dimensions (W × H × D)
PT-DW730ES/DX800ES
498 × 175* 5 × 466* 6 mm (19-19/32˝ × 6-7/8˝ * 5 × 18-11/32˝ * 6 )(with supplied lens)
PT-DW730ELS/DX800ELS 498 × 175* 5 × 432* 6 mm (19-19/32˝ × 6-7/8˝ * 5 × 17˝ * 6 ) (without lens)
Weight
PT-DW730ES/DX800ES
Approximately 16.3 kg (35.9 lbs) (with supplied lens)
PT-DW730ELS/DX800ELS Approximately 15.4 kg (34.0 lbs) (without lens)
Operating environment
Operating temperature: 0°C – 45°C (32°F– 113°F)* 7,
operating humidity: 20%–80% (no condensation)
Supplied accessories
Power cord, power cord secure lock, wireless/wired remote control unit,
batteries (R6/AA type × 2)
1
2
3
4
5
6
Diagonal
image size
< throw ratio >
f H:
f H:
f H:
f H:
f H:
f H:
f H:
f H:
f H:
f H:
f H:
f H:
unit: metres (feet)
PT-DW730E ASPECT RATIO
( 228.4 ) ( 3 61.7 )
–
(–)
–
(–)
–
(–)
–
(–)
PT- DW730ELK/
DX800ELK
Optional accessories
ET-PKD56H
Ceiling mount
bracket for
high ceilings
ET-DLE080
Zoom lens
ET-DLE350
Zoom lens
ET-PKD55S
Ceiling mount bracket
for low ceilings
ET-DLE150
Zoom lens
ET-DLE450
Zoom lens
ET-DLE250
Zoom lens
ET-DLE055
Fixed-focus lens
ET-EMF300
Replacement
filter unit
ET-LAD60A
Replacement lamp unit
ET-LAD60AW
Replacement
lamp unit
(twin pack)
Optional lens throw ratios
Model
A s p e ct ra ti o
ET-DLE080
ET-DLE150
ET-DLE250
ET-DLE350
ET-DLE450
ET-DLE055
P T-DW7 3 0 ES /
DW7 3 0 EL S
16:10
0.8–1.0:1
1.4 – 2.0:1
2.4 – 3.8:1
3.8 – 5.7:1
5.6 – 9.0:1
0.8:1
PT-DX800ES/
DX800ELS
4 :3
0 .8 – 1 .0 :1
1 .3 – 2 .0 :1
2 .4 – 3 .7 :1
3 .7 – 5 .6 :1
5 .5 – 8 .9 :1
0 .8 :1
NOTES ON USE
1. Do not install the projector in locations that are subject to excessive water, humidity, steam, or oily smoke. Doing so may result in
fire, malfunction, or electric shock.
2. The projector uses a high-voltage mercury lamp that contains high internal pressure. This lamp may break, emitting a large sound,
or fail to illuminate, due to impact or extended use.
3. The projector uses a high-wattage lamp that becomes very hot during operation. Please observe the following precautions:
s .EVER PLACE OBJECTS ON TOP OF THE PROJECTOR WHILE IT IS IN OPERATION
s -AKE SURE THERE IS AN UNOBSTRUCTED SPACE OF MM IN OR MORE AROUND THE PROJECTORS INTAKE AND EXHAUST OPENINGS
s $O NOT STACK PROJECTOR UNITS DIRECTLY ON TOP OF ONE ANOTHER FOR THE PURPOSE OF MULTIPLE STACKED PROJECTION 7HEN STACKING PROjector units, be sure to provide the amount of space indicated between them. These space requirements also apply to installation
where only one projector unit is operating at one time and the other unit is used as a backup.
s )F THE PROJECTOR IS PLACED IN A BOX OR ENCLOSURE THE TEMPERATURE OF THE AIR SURROUNDING THE PROJECTOR MUST BE BETWEEN ª# ª&
AND ª# ª& !LSO MAKE SURE THE PROJECTORS INTAKE AND EXHAUST OPENINGS ARE NOT BLOCKED 4AKE PARTICULAR CARE TO ENSURE
that hot air from the exhaust openings is not sucked into the intake openings. Even when the ambient temperature near the
INTAKE OPENING IS ª# ª& OR LOWER AN ACCUMULATION OF HOT AIR INSIDE THE CABINET MAY CAUSE THE PROTECTIVE CIRCUIT TO ACTIvate and shut down the projector. Please give ample consideration to the design with regard to ambient temperature conditions.
)F THE PROJECTOR IS TO BE OPERATED CONTINUOUSLY HOURS A DAY USE THE DUALLAMP OPTICAL SYSTEMS ALTERNATING LAMP OPERATION LAMP
CHANGER FUNCTION 4HE PROJECTOR CANNOT BE OPERATED CONTINUOUSLY HOURS A DAY IN DUALLAMP MODE !LLOW A MINIMUM OF TWO
hours per day of non-operation time per lamp if using the dual-lamp mode.
4HE LAMP REPLACEMENT CYCLE DURATION BECOMES SHORTER IF THE PROJECTOR IS OPERATED REPEATEDLY FOR SHORT PERIODS
s 4HE LENGTH OF TIME THAT IT TAKES FOR THE LAMP TO BREAK OR FAIL TO ILLUMINATE VARIES GREATLY DEPENDING ON INDIVIDUAL LAMP CHARACTERIStics and usage conditions.
s 4HE BRIGHTNESS OF THE LAMP WILL GRADUALLY DECREASE WITH USE
For more information about Panasonic projectors
http://panasonic.net/avc/projector
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Weights and dimensions shown are approximate. Specifications and appearance are subject to change without notice. Product availability differs depending on region and country. This product may be subject to export control regulations. The projection distances and throw ratios
given in this brochure are for use only as guidelines. For more detailed information, please consult the dealer from whom you are purchasing
THE PRODUCT !LSO THE THROW RATIOS SHOWN ARE THE VALUES FOR AN INCH IMAGE SIZE MEASURED DIAGONALLY 4HE THROW RATIO VARIES DEPENDING ON
THE DIAGONAL IMAGE SIZE $,0 $,0 LOGO AND $,0 -EDALLION LOGO ARE TRADEMARKS OR REGISTERED TRADEMARKS OF 4EXAS )NSTRUMENTS 4HE 0*,INK
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Factories of Business Solutions Business Group have received ISO
14001:2004—the Environmental Management System certification
(except for third parties’ peripherals).
All information included here is valid as of July 2011.
PT-DW730E1 Printed in Japan.