Panasonic PT-DZ13KU Brochure

PT-DZ13K Series
3-Chip DLP™ Projectors
PT- DZ13K
PT- DS12K
PT- DW11K
PT- DZ10K
The New Era of Professional Visual Imaging
Higher Brightness, Picture Quality and
Reliability—All in a Compact Body
The Panasonic PT-DZ13K Series of 3-chip DLP™ projectors combine high levels of
picture quality, reliability, function and system expandability into a compact body.
Packed with original, advanced Panasonic technology, these projectors supply
the flexibility to meet a wide range of applications.
PT-DZ13K Series
It combines with either a separate, external
100/120/144 Hz drive with IR emitter and
active shutter glasses, or an
active filter and passive glasses,
for viewing 3D images.
High Brightness and
Picture Quality
Waveform Monitor Function
Compact Yet Bright
Panasonic’s original dual-lamp system* 1,
with its new 380 W* 2 lamp, helps to make
the body compact, while providing a full
12,000 lm* 3 of brightness with 120 VAC
operation. The replacement lamp unit
(ET-LAD310A/ET-LAD310AW) can be used
with all of the PT-DZ8700/PT-DZ110X Series*4
projectors. This reduces the number of
lamp types that need to be kept in stock
when multiple projectors are used.
Without Detail Clarity Processor 3
When the output level of the source device
fluctuates due to the performance of the
device or its cable connections, the original
black and white levels of the image content
cannot be reproduced correctly. With the
PT-DZ13K Series projector you can view the
waveforms on the screen and adjust the
settings either automatically or manually as
you prefer.
White Level Adjustment
Full-HD Ready WUXGA Resolution
The PT-DZ13K/DZ10K features native
WUXGA resolution for full-HD viewing. This
brings you lifelike projection of intricate,
highly detailed images.
Dynamic Iris for a High 10,000:1 * 5
Contrast Ratio
Panasonic’s Dynamic Iris uses a scenelinking aperture mechanism to achieve a
remarkable 10,000:1* 5 contrast without
lowering its high brightness. This helps to
reproduce deeper, richer blacks, and
provides images with more detailed
textures.
Before
After
PT-DZ13K Series with Detail Clarity Processor 3
System Daylight View 2 for
Enhanced Color Perception
This unique Panasonic technology optimizes
image quality to improve the color perception of the projected image in bright rooms.
With a brightness of 12,000 lm* 2, it provides
highly comfortable viewing even in bright
lighting, and allows viewers to concentrate
easily on the images.
Black Level Adjustment
Before
After
Rec. 709 Mode for HDTV Projection
Detail Clarity Processor 3 Gives
Natural Clarity to Even the Finest
Details
This unique Panasonic circuit optimizes the
sharpness of each image, based on the
superhigh-, high-, medium-, and lowfrequency components of the extracted
image information. The resulting images
have more natural, lifelike expression.
Without System Daylight
View 2
PT-DZ13K Series with
System Daylight View 2
DICOM Simulation Mode * 6
This imaging mode is similar to DICOM part
14, which is a medical imaging standard.
It reproduces X-ray images with remarkable
clarity.
PT-DZ13K
WUXGA
12,000 lm
PT-DS12K
SXGA +
12,000 lm
Normal mode
PT-DW11K
WXGA
11,000 lm
Active 3D Projection Capability
10,600 lm
The series is compatible with both passive
and active 3D projection systems.
PT-DZ10K
WUXGA
DICOM simulation mode
(PT-DZ13K/DS12K/DW11K)
Optimal color reproduction can be achieved
by selecting this mode, compliant with ITU-R
Recommendation BT.709, when images
from an HDTV source are projected.
Advanced Technologies for
Excellent Image Quality
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3D color management system
Full 10-bit image processing
Progressive cinema scan (3:2 pulldown)
Dynamic sharpness control
Digital noise reduction
IP conversion
AI scene control
2:2 pulldown mode
sRGB compatibility
Fine-adjustable color temperature
*1 If the projector is to be operated continuously 24
hours a day / 7 days a week, use the dual-lamp
optical system’s alternating lamp operation (lamp
changer) function. The projector cannot be
operated continuously 24 hours a day / 7 days a
week in dual-lamp mode. Allow a minimum of two
hours per week of non-operation time per lamp if
using the dual-lamp mode.
*2 For the PT-DZ13K/DS12K/DW11K. 355 W lamp for
the PT-DZ10K.
*3 The PT-DW11K has 11,000 lm of brightness and
PT-DZ10K has 10,600 lm brightness.
*4 PT-DZ8700/DS8500/DW8300/DZ110X/
DS100X/DW90X.
*5 Full on/off, with dynamic iris set to “3”.
*6 This product is not a medical instrument. Do not
use it for actual medical diagnosis.
Reliability and
Stability
Panasonic’s Original Dual Lamp
System
This system eliminates the interruption if a
lamp should fail (in dual-lamp operation
mode). The Lamp Relay mode also
operates the lamps alternately to enable
24/7 projection.
Eco Filter that Needs No Maintenance for up to 12,000 Hours * 7
The Eco Filter has an electrostatic Micro Cut
Filter that collects minute dust particles with
an ion effect. It combines with the
dust-resistant cabinet to enable long-term
use even under harsh conditions. Its
maintenance cycle of
up to 12,000 hours
reduces hassle, and
the environmental
design lets you wash
the filter with water
and reuse it.* 8
Low TCO and an Environmentally
Friendly Design
The PT-DZ13K Series projectors lower the
total cost of ownership because they have a
lamp replacement cycle of up to 2,500
hours.* 9 Their environmentally friendly
design also includes a low power consumption of 1,000 W.
Easy Lamp Replacement
For easier maintenance, you can replace
the lamp from the rear. This makes it easy
to replace a lamp unit while the projector is
still in the mounting bracket or dual stacked.
Optional Smoke Cut Filter
ET-SFD320
The projector can be equipped with an
optional, extra-strong air filter to prevent the
entry of smoke, such as those used for
special effects at events and stage
performances.
System Integration
Flexibility
Flexible Installation
The wide adjustment range of the powered
horizontal/vertical lens shift function can be
easily adjusted with the remote control. The
unit can also be
rotated 360° vertically,
to accommodate
various installation
conditions. The
lens-centered design
360°
contributes to easy
installation.
The LAN terminal allows a computer
connected to the network to use Crestron
RoomView™ application software to manage
and control system devices. Besides, The
AMX Device Discovery technology is built in
the PT-DZ13K Series projector.
Optional Upgrade Kit Featuring
Geometry Manager Pro (PT-DZ13K/DS12K)
The new Geometry Manager Pro software
included in the optional upgrade kit supports
Color Matching, Edge Blending, uniformity
correction, and other useful functions for
multiprojector setups (max. 32 units). It also
allows creative masking using four lines or
bitmap data. And its flexible and complex
geometric adjustment capability suits a wide
variety of screen shapes.
Lens Memory * 10
The settings of projection size, lens shift
position, and focus/zoom can be stored in
memory and recalled for instant switching.
Create masking data...
750 inches
Line masking
1000 inches
Use it to overlap the
projection image...
A Wide Selection of Lenses (optional)
Choose from a wide lineup of lenses for
your system, including short-throw, longthrow zoom and fixed-throw lenses for rear
projection use. The additional lenses make
it easy to adapt your projector to the
installation site. The lenses attach and
detach with one-touch ease.
New Geometric Adjustment *11 for
Specially Shaped Screens
( PT-DZ13K/DS12K )
This function adjusts the image for projection
onto spherical, cylindrical and other specially
shaped screens. You can make the
adjustment easily using only the remote
control, with no external equipment needed.
Bitmap masking: Detaild
masking is also possible. Up
to three of masking data can
be stored.
And the image is
projected only in the
designated areas.
Multi-Unit Brightness Control
This function automatically corrects the
brightness fluctuations that occur over time
in the individual projectors of a multi-screen
system. Up to eight projectors can be
controlled by connecting to each other via a
hub, and this can be increased to a
maximum of 2,048 projectors by using
“Multi Projector Monitoring & Control
Software Ver. 2.8.”
Conventional Projector
Multi-Unit Brightness
Control “ON”
At the time when the
projectors are installed (A)
At the time when the
projectors are installed (A’)
Flexible calibration lets you project onto curved surfaces.
Each corner can be independently
adjusted, and up to three sets of
adjusted data can be stored.
Keep
aspect on.
Smoke Cut Filter
ET-SFD320
Crestron RoomView™ and AMX
Device Discovery
Projector 1
Projector 2
After a certain time has
passed (B)
Projector 1
Projector 2
After a certain time has
passed (B’)
Keep
aspect off.
Brightness
Brightness
You can keep the aspect on when correcting curves. To
make effective use of the screen area, you can also turn the
aspect-keeping function off.
Image from the
projector 1
Image from the
projector 2
(A)
(B)
Brightness
fluctuations
occur.
Time
Preset
brightness
(A´)
Images from the
projector 1 and 2
(B´)
Time
PT-DZ13K Series
Multi-Screen Support System
Seamlessly Connects Multiple
Screens
• Edge Blending
The edges of adjacent screens can be
blended and their luminance controlled.
• Color Matching
This function corrects for slight variations in
the color reproduction range of individual
projectors. The PC software assures easy,
accurate control.
• Multi-Screen Processor
The PT-DZ13K Series can project large,
multiscreen images without any additional
equipment. Up to 100 units can be
edgeblended at a time.
Color matching
Web Browser Control
The PT-DZ13K Series can be easily operated
remotely over a LAN network, because it is
all done using the computer’s familiar web
browser. Furthermore, the projector sends
age to notify
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an e-mail message
operator
as occurred, or a lamp
when an error has
laced
needs to be replaced.
PT-DZ13K
Series
remote control
LAN
PC
e-mail
PC
The PT-DZ13K Series projector are
carefully manufactured at the Panasonic
factory in Japan, under strict quality
control. This is another, very important
advantage of a Panasonic projector.
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Ecology-conscious
Design
• No halogenated flame retardants are used in the
cabinet.
• Lead-free solder is used to mount components
t the printed circuit boards.
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Stand-by power consumption of only 0.3 W (0.2 W
f 120 V AC).* 16
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Auto Power Save activates standby mode when
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Edge blending
Internet
PC
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LAN
PC
Source
PT-DZ13K Series
Without edge blending
With edge blending
Overlapping image edges
Other
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Portrait Mode Capability (optional) * 12
Portrait projection is possible by mounting
the optional ET-LAD320P or ET-LAD320PW
lamp units, updating
the projector’s
firmware to MAIN
Ver. 2.00 or later,
and installing the
projector with its
terminal side
surface facing
downward.
Multiple Terminals with HD-SDI
Compatibility
The PT-DZ13K Series has an array of
terminals, including two SDI (Dual Link
HD-SDI, 3G SDI and HD SDI),* 13 3D sync* 14,
DVI-D and HDMI terminals.
Multi Projector Monitoring & Control
Software Ver. 2.8
Panasonic’s original Multi Projector
Monitoring & Control Software Ver. 2.8
freeware lets you control and monitor
multiple projectors at the same time over a
wired LAN. If a problem occurs, an alarm
message is sent to the monitoring/
controlling PC.
PC
e-mail
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PJLink™ compatibility
P-in-P function* 15
Mechanical lens shutter with fade in/out effect
Scheduling function
Direct power off
30 m long-range wireless remote control with
LED backlight
Anti-theft features with chain opening
Control device setup function
ID assignment for up to 64 units
Built-in test pattern
Selectable 10-language on-screen menu
(English, German, French, Spanish, Italian,
Portuguese, Russian, Japanese, Chinese,
Korean)
RoHS Directive compliant
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The usage environment affects the filter
maintenance cycle.
When washing with water, please follow the
procedures listed in the operating instructions.
Also, we recommend replacing the filter with a
new one after it has been washed and reused
twice. If the filter is not sufficiently clean after
washing, replace it with a new one.
With the LAMP POWER set to HIGH mode. 3,500
hours for the PT-DZ10K. With the LAMP POWER set
to NORMAL mode. The usage environment affects
the lamp replacement cycle.
The settings stored in memory and the projection
condition after recall may not match perfectly.
For the PT-DZ13K/DS12K only. The PT-DZ10K has
the same Geometric Adjustment function that is
featured on the previous models. The PT-DW11K
features neither of them.
Please contact the sales representative with regard to
the frame for portrait orientation. Installation is
possible only with the terminal side facing downward.
Horizontal rotation and vertical rotation are both
limited to 15 degrees. Also, the lamp replacement
cycle becomes 500 hours, and this cycle is affected
by the usage environment. In Portrait mode, the
maximum brightness becomes 10,600 lm for the
PT-DZ13K/DS12K and 9,600 lm for the PT-DW11K.
For the PT-DZ13K and PT-DS12K only. The
PT-DZ10K has one SDI connector and does not
accept dual-link HD SDI signals.
Not featured on the PT-DZ10K.
This function cannot be used with some input
signals and selected inputs.
With the standby mode set to ECO.
Specifications
Model
PT-DZ13K
Power supply
120 V, 220 –240 V AC, 50/60 Hz
Power consumption
120 V AC
220–240 V AC
PT-DS12K
PT-DW11K
PT-DZ10K
1,000 W (1,030 VA)
980 W (1,010 VA)
(0.2 W with standby mode set to eco.* 1 6 W with standby mode set to normal. Both with fan stopped.)
950 W (980 VA)
970 W (1,020 VA)
925 W (1,010 VA)
900 W (980 VA)
(0.3 W with standby mode set to eco.* 1 9 W with standby mode set to normal. Both with fan stopped.)
DLP™ chip
Panel size
Display method
Pixels
120 V: max. 3,413 BTU/hour (without light
24.4 mm (0.96 in) diagonal (16:10 aspect ratio)
DLP™ chip × 3, DLP™ projection system
2,304,000 (1,920 × 1,200) × 3,
total of 6,912,000 pixels
output: 3,249 BT U/hour). 220 –240 V: max.
24.1 mm (0.95 in) diagonal (4:3 aspect ratio)
DLP™ chip × 3, DLP™ projection system
1,470,000 (1,400 × 1,050) × 3,
total of 4,410,000 pixels
Lens
Lamp
Optional powered zoom/focus and fixed-focus lenses
380 W UHM lamps ( HIGH mode) × 2
Screen size (diagonal)
Brightness* 2
1.78 –25.4 m ( 70 – 1,000 in),
1.78 –15.24 m ( 70 – 600 in)
with the E T-D75LE8, 16:10 aspect ratio
12,000 lm* 3 (dual-lamp)
Center-to-corner uniformity* 2
90 %
Contrast* 2
Resolution
10,000:1 (full on/off, with DYNAMIC IRIS set
1,920 × 1,200 pixels
(Input signals that exceed this resolution will
be converted to 1,920 × 1,200 pixels.)
Scanning frequency
SDI
Dual-link
HD-SDI
3G-SDI
HD-SDI
SD-SDI
HDMI/DVI-D
RGB
YPBPR (YCBCR)
Video / Y/C
Optical axis shift* 6
Vertical
Horizontal
Keystone correction range
Keystone correction range with
optional Upgrade Kit ET-UK20
Installation
Terminals
SDI 1 IN
SDI 2 IN
3D SYNC IN/OUT
3D SYNC OUT
DVI-D IN
HDMI IN
RGB 1 IN
RGB 2 IN
VIDEO IN
SERIAL IN
SERIAL OUT
REMOTE 1 IN
REMOTE 1 OUT
REMOTE 2 IN
LAN
Cabinet materials
Dimensions (W × H × D)
Weight* 10
Operation noise* 2
Operating environment
Applicable software
Supplied accessories
1.78 –25.4 m (70– 1,000 in),
1.78 –15.24 m (70– 600 in)
with the ET-D75LE8, 4:3 aspect ratio
to “3”)
1,400 × 1,050 pixels
(Input signals that exceed this resolution will
be converted to 1,400 × 1,050 pixels.)
SMPTE ST 372 compliant, [RGB 4:4:4 12-bit/10-bit] 1080/50i, 1080/60i, 1080/25p, 1080/24p,
1080/24sF, 1080/30p [X´Y´Z´ 4:4:4 12-bit] 2,048 × 1,080/24p, 2,048 × 1,080/24sF
SMPTE ST 424 compliant, [RGB 4:4:4 12-bit /10-bit] 1080/50i, 1080/60i, 1080/25p,
1080/24p, 1080/24sF, 1080/30p [ YP BP R 4:2:2 10-bit] 1080/50p, 1080/60p,
SMPTE ST 292 compliant, [ YC BC R 4:2:2 10-bit] 720/50p, 720/60p, 1035/60i,
1080/50i, 1080/60i, 1080/25p, 1080/24p, 1080/24sF, 1080/30p
SMPTE ST 259 compliant, [ YC B C R 4:2:2 10-bit] 480i, 576i
3,311 BT U/hour (without light output: 3,147 BTU/hour)
21.6 mm (0.85 in) diagonal (16:9 aspect ratio) 24.4 mm (0.96 in) diagonal (16:10 aspect ratio)
DLP™ chip × 3, DLP™ projection system
DLP™ chip × 3, DLP™ projection system
1,049,088 (1,366 × 768) × 3,
2,304,000 (1,920 × 1,200) × 3,
total of 3,147,264 pixels
total of 6,912,000 pixels
355 W UHM lamps ( NORMAL mode) × 2
1.78 –25.4 m ( 70 – 1,000 in),
1.78 –15.24 m ( 70 – 600 in)
with the E T-D75LE8, 16:9 aspect ratio
11,000 lm* 4 (dual-lamp)
1.78 –25.4 m ( 70 – 1,000 in),
1.78 –15.24 m ( 70 – 600 in)
with the E T-D75LE8, 16:10 aspect ratio
10,600 lm (dual-lamp)
1,366 × 768 pixels
(Input signals that exceed this resolution will
be converted to 1,366 × 768 pixels.)
1,920 × 1,200 pixels
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SMPTE ST 424 compliant,
[RGB 4:4:4 12-bit/10-bit] 1080/50i,
1080/60i, 1080/25p, 1080/24p,
1080/24sF, 1080/30p
[YPBPR 4:2:2 10-bit] 1080/50p, 1080/60p,
SMPTE ST 292 compliant,
[YCBCR 4:2:2 10-bit] 720/50p, 720/60p,
1035/60i, 1080/50i, 1080/60i, 1080/25p,
1080/24p, 1080/24sF, 1080/30p
SMPTE ST 259 compliant,
[YCBCR 4:2:2 10-bit] 480i, 576i
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480p, 576p, 720/60p, 720/50p, 1080/60i, 1080/50i, 1080/24p, 1080/24sF, 1080/25p, 1080/30p, 1080/60p, 1080/50p
VG A (640 × 480) –WUXG A* 5 (1,920 × 1,200), compatible with non-interlaced signals only, dot clock: 25 –162 MHz
f H : 15 –100 kHz, f V: 24 –120 Hz, dot clock: 20 –162 MHz
f H : 15.75 kHz, f V : 60 Hz [480i (525i)]
f H : 45.00 kHz, f V : 60 Hz [720 (750)/60p]
f H : 28.13 kHz, f V : 50 Hz [1080 (1125)/50i] f H : 33.75 kHz, f V : 30 Hz [1080/30p]
f H : 31.50 kHz, f V : 60 Hz [480p (525p)]
f H : 37.50 kHz, f V : 50 Hz [720 (750)/50p]
f H : 28.13 kHz, f V : 25 Hz [1080/25p]
f H : 67.50 kHz, f V : 60 Hz [1080/60p]
f H : 15.63 kHz, f V : 50 Hz [576i (625i)]
f H : 33.75 kHz, f V : 60 Hz [1035/60i]
f H : 27.00 kHz, f V : 24 Hz [1080/24p]
f H : 56.25 kHz, f V : 50 Hz [1080/50p]
f H : 31.25 kHz, f V : 50 Hz [576p (625p)]
f H : 33.75 kHz, f V : 60 Hz [1080 (1125)/60i] f H : 27.00 kHz, f V : 48 Hz [1080/24sF]
f H : 15.75 kHz, f V : 60 Hz [NTSC/NTSC4.43/PAL-M /PAL60], f H : 15.63 kHz, f V : 50 Hz [PAL /PAL-N /SECAM]
±70 % (±60 % with the E T-D75LE6)
±55 % (±44 % with the E T-D75LE6)
±55 % (±44 % with the E T-D75LE6)
±50 % (±40 % with the ET-D75LE6)
from center of screen (powered)
from center of screen (powered)
from center of screen (powered)
from center of screen (powered)
±30 % (±20 % with the E T-D75LE6)
±20 % (±15 % with the E T-D75LE6)
±20 % (±15 % with the E T-D75LE6)
±30 % (±20 % with the ET-D75LE6)
from center of screen (powered)
from center of screen (powered)
from center of screen (powered)
from center of screen (powered)
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Vertical: ±40° *
Vertical: ±40° * , horizontal: ±15°
Vertical: ±40° * 7, horizontal: ±15°
Vertical ±40° and horizontal ±40° with the E T-D75LE1/ LE2 / LE10/ LE20,
vertical ±45° and horizontal ±40° with the E T-D75LE3/LE4/ LE30/LE40,
vertical ±22° and horizontal ±15° with the E T-D75LE5/LE50,
vertical ±28° and horizontal ±15° with the E T-D75LE6
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Ceiling/floor, front /rear, portrait* 8
BNC × 1 (3G/HD/SD-SDI)
BNC × 1 ( HD/SD-SDI)
BNC × 1 (3D timing signal)
BNC × 1 (3D timing signal)
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[SDI IN]
BNC × 1 (3G/HD/SD-SDI)
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DVI-D 24-pin × 1 ( DVI 1.0 compliant, compatible with HDCP, compatible with single link only)
HDMI 19-pin × 1 ( Deep Color, compatible with HDCP)
BNC × 5 ( RGB/ YPBPR/ YCBCR/ YC × 1)
D-Sub HD 15-pin (female) × 1 ( RGB/ YP BPR/ YCBCR × 1)
BNC × 1 (composite video)
D-sub 9-pin (female) × 1 for external control ( RS-232C compliant)
D-sub 9-pin (male) × 1 for link control
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-T X, compliant with PJLink™)
Molded plastic
530 × 200* 9 × 548.5 mm (20-7/8 × 7-7/8* 9 × 21-19/32 in) (optional lens not included)
Approximately 24 kg (52.9 lbs) (optional lens not included)
45 dB (dual lamp operation with lamp HIGH mode), 43 dB (dual lamp operation with lamp MIDDLE mode),
37 dB (dual lamp operation with lamp ECO mode)
Operating temperature: 0 – 45 °C (32 –113 °F )* 11, operating humidity: 10 – 80 % (no condensation)
Logo Transfer Software, Multi Projector Monitoring & Control Software
Geometry Manager Pro (included in the E T-UK 20)
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43 dB (dual lamp operation with lamp NORMAL mode),
37 dB (dual lamp operation with lamp ECO mode)
Power cord with secure lock, wireless/wired remote control unit, batteries ( R6/A A type × 2)
*1 When the STANDBY MODE is set to ECO, network functions such as power on over the LAN network will not operate, and the serial output terminal cannot be used. Also,
only certain commands can be received for external control using the serial terminal. *2 Measurement, measuring conditions, and method of notation all comply with ISO
21118 international standards. *3 In Portrait mode, the maximum brightness becomes 10,600 lm. *4 In Portrait mode, the maximum brightness becomes 9,600 lm.
*5 WUXGA resolution is supported only when the signals are compliant with VESA CVT-RB (Coordinated Video Timing-Reduced Blanking). *6 Optical axis shift cannot be
operated with the ET-D75LE50. *7 ±22° with the ET-D75LE50, ±28° with the ET-D75LE6. *8 Requires optional lamp units for portrait mode. *9 With legs at shortest
position. *10 Average value. May differ depending on the actual unit. *11 The operating temperature range is 0 °C to 40 °C (32 °F to 104 °F) when the FAN CONTROL is
set to HIGH ALTITUDE MODE (for altitudes from 1,400 m to 2,700 m (4,593 ft to 8,858 ft) above sea level). When the projector is used with the ET-SFD320 Smoke Cut Filter,
the operating temperature range is 0 °C to 35 °C (32 °F to 95 °F), and the projector cannot be used in places at high altitude. WITH THE ET-LAD320P/LAD320PW
MOUNTED FOR THE PORTRAIT MODE: The operating temperature range is 0 °C to 40 °C (32 °F to 104 °F). The operating temperature range is 0 °C to 35 °C (32 °F to 95 °F)
when the FAN CONTROL is set to HIGH ALTITUDE MODE (for altitudes from 1,400 m to 2,700 m (4,593 ft to 8,858 ft) above sea level). When the projector is used with the
ET-SFD320 Smoke Cut Filter, the operating temperature range is 0 °C to 30 °C (32 °F to 86 °F), and the projector cannot be used in places at high altitude.
Dimensions
530 (20-7/8)
200
(7-7/8)
Dissipation BTU
unit: mm (inches)
548.5 (21-19/32)
PT-DZ13K Series
Optional accessories
Terminals
1
2
3
Remote 1 input/output
Remote 2 input
Serial input/output
SDI 1 input
(PT-DZ13K/DS12K/
DZ10K only)
5 SDI 2 input
(PT-DZ13K/DS12K only)
6 HDMI input
1
2
3
4
4
5
6
7
8
9
10 11
12 13
RGB 1 input
DVI-D input
RGB 2 input
Video input
3D sync 1 input/output
(PT-DZ13K/DS12K/DW11K only)
12 3D sync 2 output
(PT-DZ13K/DS12K/DW11K only)
13 LAN connector
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8
9
10
11
ET-D75LE6
Zoom lens
ET-D75LE10
Zoom lens
Projection distance
ET-PKD310H
Ceiling mount
bracket for
high ceilings
ET-PKD310S
Ceiling mount
bracket for
low ceilings
PT-DZ13K/DZ10K (16:10 aspect ratio)
Diagonal
image size
1.78
[ 70 ˝ ]
2.54
[100 ˝ ]
3.81
[150 ˝ ]
5.08 [200 ˝ ]
7.62 [300 ˝ ]
10.16 [400 ˝ ]
12.70 [500 ˝ ]
15.24 [600 ˝ ]
25.40 [1000 ˝ ]
E T-D75LE6
0.9 –1.1:1
min.
ma x.
1.35
(4.5)
1.96
(6.5)
2.96
(9.8)
3.97
(13.1)
5.99
(19.7)
8.00
(26.3)
10.01
(32.9)
12.03
(39.5)
20.08
(65.9)
1.62
(5.3)
2.34
(7.7)
3.55
(11.7)
4.75
(15.6)
7.17
(23.6)
9.58
(31.5)
11.99
(39.4)
14.40
(47.3)
24.06
(78.9)
E T-D75LE10
1.3 –1.7:1
min.
ma x.
1.90
(6.3)
2.76
(9.1)
4.18
(13.8)
5.60
(18.4)
8.44
(27.7)
11.28
(37.1)
14.12
(46.4)
16.96
(55.7)
28.33
(92.9)
2.46
(8.1)
3.56
(11.7)
5.40
(17.8)
7.24
(23.8)
10.91
(35.8)
14.58
(47.9)
18.25
(59.9)
21.93
(72.0)
36.61
(120.1)
Throw distance
E T-D75LE20
E T-D75LE30
1.7–2.4:1
2.4 – 4.7:1
min.
ma x.
min.
ma x.
2.46
(8.1)
3.55
(11.7)
5.37
(17.7)
7.19
(23.6)
10.82
(35.6)
14.46
(47.5)
18.09
(59.4)
21.73
(71.3)
36.27
(119.0)
3.58
(11.8)
5.17
(17.0)
7.81
(25.7)
10.45
(34.3)
15.73
(51.7)
21.01
(69.0)
26.29
(86.3)
31.58
(103.6)
52.70
(172.9)
3.56
(11.7)
5.13
(16.9)
7.75
(25.5)
10.38
(34.1)
15.62
(51.3)
20.86
(68.5)
26.11
(85.7)
31.35
(102.9)
52.33
(171.7)
6.94
(22.8)
9.99
(32.8)
15.08
(49.5)
20.17
(66.2)
30.34
(99.6)
40.51
(132.9)
50.68
(166.3)
60.85
(199.7)
101.53
(333.1)
E T-D75LE40
4.6 –7.4:1
E T-D75LE8
7.3 –13.8:1
min.
ma x.
min.
ma x.
6.87
(22.6)
9.88
(32.4)
14.90
(48.9)
19.93
(65.4)
29.97
(98.3)
40.01
(131.3)
50.05
(164.2)
60.09
(197.2)
100.25
(328.9)
11.05
(36.2)
15.85
(52.0)
23.85
(78.3)
31.86
(104.5)
47.87
(157.0)
63.87
(209.6)
79.88
(262.1)
95.89
(314.6)
159.93
(524.7)
10.78
(35.4)
15.57
(51.1)
23.54
(77.3)
31.52
(103.5)
47.47
(155.8)
63.42
(208.1)
79.37
(260.5)
95.32
(312.8)
159.13
(522.1)
20.56
(67.5)
29.53
(96.9)
44.47
(146.0)
59.41
(195.0)
89.30
(293.0)
119.19
(391.1)
149.08
(489.1)
178.96
(587.2)
−
(–)
E T-D75LE50
0.7:1
1.01
(3.3)
1.47
(4.8)
2.24
(7.4)
3.01
(9.9)
4.56
(15.0)
6.10
(20.0)
7.64
(25.1)
9.18
(30.1)
15.35
(50.4)
ET-D75LE20
Zoom lens
ET-D75LE30
Zoom lens
1.78
[ 70 ˝ ]
2.54
[100 ˝ ]
3.81
[150 ˝ ]
5.08 [200 ˝ ]
7.62 [300 ˝ ]
10.16 [400 ˝ ]
12.70 [500 ˝ ]
15.24 [600 ˝ ]
25.40 [1000 ˝ ]
E T-D75LE6
1.0 –1.2:1
min.
ma x.
1.39
(4.6)
2.01
(6.7)
3.05
(10.0)
4.08
(13.4)
6.15
(20.2)
8.22
(27.0)
10.29
(33.8)
12.36
(40.6)
20.64
(67.7)
1.66
(5.5)
2.41
(7.9)
3.65
(12.0)
4.89
(16.1)
7.37
(24.2)
9.85
(32.4)
12.33
(40.5)
14.81
(48.6)
24.73
(81.1)
E T-D75LE10
1.4 –1.8:1
min.
ma x.
1.95
(6.4)
2.82
(9.3)
4.27
(14.0)
5.72
(18.8)
8.62
(28.3)
11.52
(37.9)
14.42
(47.4)
17.33
(56.9)
28.93
(94.9)
2.52
(8.3)
3.64
(12.0)
5.52
(18.2)
7.39
(24.3)
11.14
(36.6)
14.90
(48.9)
18.65
(61.2)
22.40
(73.5)
37.40
(122.7)
Throw distance
E T-D75LE20
E T-D75LE30
1.8 –2.6:1
2.6 – 5.1:1
min.
ma x.
min.
ma x.
2.52
(8.3)
3.63
(12.0)
5.49
(18.0)
7.34
(24.1)
11.06
(36.3)
14.77
(48.5)
18.48
(60.7)
22.20
(72.9)
37.05
(121.6)
3.66
(12.1)
5.28
(17.4)
7.98
(26.2)
10.67
(35.1)
16.07
(52.8)
21.46
(70.5)
26.86
(88.2)
32.25
(105.9)
53.84
(176.6)
3.64
(12.0)
5.24
(17.3)
7.92
(26.0)
10.60
(34.8)
15.96
(52.4)
21.31
(70.0)
26.67
(87.5)
32.03
(105.1)
53.45
(175.4)
7.10
(23.3)
10.21
(33.6)
15.41
(50.6)
20.60
(67.6)
30.99
(101.7)
41.38
(135.8)
51.77
(169.9)
62.15
(204.0)
103.71
(340.3)
E T-D75LE40
5.0 – 8.0:1
E T-D75LE8
7.9 –15.0:1
min.
ma x.
min.
ma x.
7.02
(23.0)
10.10
(33.1)
15.23
(50.0)
20.36
(66.8)
30.61
(100.4)
40.87
(134.1)
51.12
(167.7)
61.38
(201.4)
102.41
(336.0)
11.29
(37.0)
16.19
(53.1)
24.37
(80.0)
32.54
(106.8)
48.89
(160.4)
65.25
(214.1)
81.60
(267.7)
97.95
(321.4)
163.36
(536.0)
11.09
(36.4)
16.01
(52.6)
24.21
(79.5)
32.40
(106.4)
48.80
(160.2)
65.19
(213.9)
81.59
(267.7)
97.98
(321.5)
163.56
(536.6)
21.14
(69.4)
30.36
(99.6)
45.72
(150.0)
61.08
(200.4)
91.79
(301.2)
122.51
(402.0)
153.23
(502.8)
183.95
(603.6)
−
(−)
E T-D75LE50
0.8:1
1.03
(3.4)
1.50
(4.9)
2.29
(7.5)
3.08
(10.1)
4.65
(15.3)
6.23
(20.4)
7.81
(25.6)
9.38
(30.8)
15.68
(51.5)
PT-DW11K (16:9 aspect ratio)
Diagonal
image size
1.78
[ 70 ˝ ]
2.54
[100 ˝ ]
3.81
[150 ˝ ]
5.08 [200 ˝ ]
7.62 [300 ˝ ]
10.16 [400 ˝ ]
12.70 [500 ˝ ]
15.24 [600 ˝ ]
25.40 [1000 ˝ ]
E T-D75LE6
1.0 –1.2:1
min.
ma x.
1.56
(5.2)
2.25
(7.4)
3.41
(11.2)
4.56
(15.0)
6.87
(22.6)
9.18
(30.2)
11.49
(37.8)
13.80
(45.3)
23.04
(75.6)
1.87
(6.2)
2.70
(8.9)
4.08
(13.4)
5.47
(18.0)
8.24
(27.1)
11.01
(36.2)
13.78
(45.2)
16.55
(54.3)
27.63
(90.6)
E T-D75LE10
1.4 –1.9:1
min.
ma x.
2.18
(7.2)
3.16
(10.4)
4.78
(15.7)
6.40
(21.0)
9.64
(31.7)
12.88
(42.3)
16.12
(52.9)
19.36
(63.6)
32.32
(106.1)
2.82
(9.3)
4.08
(13.4)
6.18
(20.3)
8.27
(27.2)
12.46
(40.9)
16.65
(54.7)
20.84
(68.4)
25.02
(82.1)
41.78
(137.1)
Throw distance
E T-D75LE20
E T-D75LE30
1.8 –2.7:1
2.7– 5.2:1
min.
ma x.
min.
ma x.
2.82
(9.3)
4.06
(13.4)
6.14
(20.2)
8.21
(27.0)
12.36
(40.6)
16.50
(54.2)
20.65
(67.8)
24.80
(81.4)
41.38
(135.8)
4.10
(13.5)
5.91
(19.4)
8.92
(29.3)
11.93
(39.2)
17.96
(59.0)
23.98
(78.7)
30.01
(98.5)
36.03
(118.3)
60.13
(197.3)
4.07
(13.4)
5.87
(19.3)
8.86
(29.1)
11.85
(38.9)
17.83
(58.6)
23.81
(78.2)
29.80
(97.8)
35.78
(117.4)
59.71
(195.9)
7.94
(26.1)
11.42
(37.5)
17.23
(56.6)
23.03
(75.6)
34.63
(113.7)
46.23
(151.7)
57.83
(189.8)
69.43
(227.8)
115.83
(380.0)
E T-D75LE40
5.1– 8.2:1
E T-D75LE8
8.2–15.4:1
min.
ma x.
min.
ma x.
7.86
(25.8)
11.30
(37.1)
17.02
(55.9)
22.75
(74.6)
34.20
(112.2)
45.66
(149.8)
57.11
(187.4)
68.56
(225.0)
114.38
(375.3)
12.62
(41.4)
18.10
(59.4)
27.23
(89.3)
36.36
(119.3)
54.62
(179.2)
72.88
(239.1)
91.14
(299.0)
109.40
(358.9)
182.44
(598.6)
12.43
(40.8)
17.92
(58.9)
27.08
(88.9)
36.23
(118.9)
54.54
(179.0)
72.85
(239.1)
91.16
(299.1)
109.47
(359.2)
182.70
(599.4)
23.65
(77.6)
33.94
(111.4)
51.10
(167.7)
68.25
(224.0)
102.55
(336.5)
136.85
(449.0)
171.16
(561.6)
205.46
(674.1)
−
(−)
E T-D75LE50
0.8:1
1.16
(3.8)
1.69
(5.5)
2.57
(8.4)
3.45
(11.3)
5.21
(17.1)
6.97
(22.9)
8.72
(28.6)
10.48
(34.4)
17.52
(57.5)
ET-PFD310
Frame
ET-EMF320
Replacement
filter unit
PT-DS12K (4:3 aspect ratio)
Diagonal
image size
ET-PAD310
Attachment for ceiling
mount bracket
ET-D75LE40
Zoom lens
ET-D75LE8
Zoom lens
ET-D75LE50
Fixed-focus lens
ET-SFD320
Smoke
cut filter
ET-SFR320
Replacement
smoke
cut filter
ET-LAD310A
Replacement
lamp unit
(one bulb)
ET-LAD310AW
Replacement lamp unit
(a set of two bulbs)
ET-D75MC1
Lens motor cover
ET-LAD320P
Replacement
lamp unit for
portrait mode
(one bulb)
ET-LAD320PW
Replacement lamp unit
for portrait mode
(a set of two bulbs)
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 of high-wattage lamp that becomes very hot during operation. Please observe the following precautions:
• Never place objects on top of the projector while it is operation.
• Make sure there is an unobstructed space of 500 mm (19-11/16 inches ) or more around the projector’s exhaust openings.
• Do not stack projector units directly on top of one another for the purpose of multiple (stacked) projection. When 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.
• If the projector is placed in a box or enclosure, temperature of the air surrounding the projector must be between 0 °C (32 °F) and 40 °C (104 °F). Also make sure the projector’s intake and exhaust openings are not blocked. Take
particular care to ensure that hot air from the exhaust openings is not sucked into the intake.
4. If the projector is to be operated continuously 24 hours a day / 7 days a week, use the dual-lamp optical system’s alternating lamp operation function (Lamp Relay mode). The projector can be operated continuously 24 hours a day /
7 days a week in dual-lamp operation mode. Allow a minimum of two hours per week of non-operation time per lamp if using the dual-lamp operation mode.
5. The lamp replacement cycle duration becomes shorter if the projector is operated repeatedly for short periods.
• The length of time that it takes for the lamp to break or fail to illuminate varies greatlydepending on individual lamp characteristics and usage conditions.
• The brightness of the lamp will gradually decrease with use.
• The usage environment affects the lamp replacement cycle.
6. Because the ET-D75LE50 is a fixed short-throw lens, the lens shift function cannot be used with it.
7. Due to natural characteristics of lamps, screen brightness may vary (flicker). This is not an indication of faulty lamp performance.
High education
Large auditoriums / hotels
Museums / entertainment
Control / command rooms
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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. DLP, DLP logo and DLP Medallion logo are trademarks or registered trademarks of Texas Instruments. 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. The PJLink trademark is an application trademark in Japan, the United States, and other
countries and regions or registered trademarks. RoomView, Crestron RoomView, and Crestron Connected
are trademarks of Crestron Electronics, Inc. HDMI, the HDMI Logo, and High-Definition Multimedia
Interface are trademarks or registered trademarks of HDMI Licensing LLC in the United States and other
countries. All other trademarks are the property of their respective trademark owners. Projection images
simulated. © 2013 Panasonic Corporation. All rights reserved.
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(except for third parties’ peripherals).
All information included here is valid as of April 2013.
PT-DZ13KG1 Printed in Japan.