PT-DZ6710E PT-DZ6700E PT-DZ6710EL PT

PT-DZ6710E
PT-DZ6710EL
PT-DZ6700E
PT-DZ6700EL
DLP™ Based Projector
PT-DZ6700E / PT-DZ6700EL
WUXGA
6,000 lm
Capturing attention with brilliant pictures and
diverse image-rendering capabilities
PT-DZ6710E / PT-DZ6710EL
WUXGA
6,000 lm
Geometric
Adjustment
HD/SD-SDI
Full high-resolution
WUXGA compatibility.
A wide array of unique image-processing
technologies combine to produce realistic, lifelike images.
Panasonic's PT-DZ6710E/DZ6710EL* and PT-DZ6700E/DZ6700EL* 1-chip DLP™
projectors now offer even brighter and more vivid images with full high definition resolution.
Along with the RGB Booster, which combines high brightness and superb colour
reproduction, a host of technologies work together to enhance image quality. The
Dual-Lamp System and Auto Cleaning Filter extend operating stability and contribute to
reliability. The PT-DZ6710E/DZ6710EL include Geometric Adjustment for projecting
images onto curved screens, as well as standard HD-SDI signal compatibility.
All models offer high image quality and easy system expansion
to increase system integration flexibility.
PT-DZ6710E
PT-DZ6700E
PT-DZ6710EL* PT-DZ6700EL*
WUXGA
WUXGA
6,000 lm
6,000 lm
Geometric
Adjustment
HD/SD-SDI
*The PT-DZ6710EL and PT-DZ6700EL are sold without lenses.
The specifications are the same as those of the PT-DZ6710E and PT-DZ6700E.
Vivid Picture Quality with High Brightness
RGB Booster Significantly Improves Colour Reproduction
The RGB Booster achieves high image quality with levels
of colour reproduction (up to 145% that of conventional
models) 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.
Conventional System
RGB Booster
Vivid Colour Control
This unique control technology optimises the use of the colour
segment areas of the colour wheel. It increases the brightness
of each RGB colour by minimising the unallocated portions
between the colours, to achieve truly vivid colouring.
Conventional Lamp
Drive System
Conventional
Lamp Modulation Drive System
With the new lamp modulation technology, the projector is now
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.
1
Conventional technology was Colour
unable to use the boundaries Wheel
between colours.
W
G
R
Ensures maximum utilization
of the colour wheel by
minimising unused section.
Lamp
Power
W
Unused
section
B
Vivid Colour Control
R
Colour
Wheel
B
W
G
R
Lamp
Power
W
G
B
Lamp Modulation
Drive System
G
Because the lamp power was fixed
in conventional projectors, colour
reproduction was enhanced by
sacrificing brightness.
B
R
By modulating the lamp power,
we can maximise the colour
reproduction of each colour
without sacrificing brightness.
A host of system functions expand
the possibilities for rendering creative images.
Geometric Adjustment for
Specially Shaped Screens
PT-DZ6710E/DZ6710EL
This function adjusts the image for projection onto spherical,
cylindrical and other specially shaped screens. You can make the
adjustment easily using just the remote control, with no external
equipment needed. Used together with the multi-screen support
system, Geometric Adjustment expands your application possibilities,
letting you create a wide range of image effects for digital signage,
concerts, performances and other special events.
Flexible ±360° Installation
The PT-DZ6710E/
DZ6700E can be rotated
vertically. This means
you can install one at
any up-and-down angle
you want, to
accommodate different
installation conditions.
360º
Multi-Screen Support System
Seamlessly Connects Multiple Screens
Colour matching
Edge blending
With edge blending
Image showing various Geometric Adjustments
Without edge blending
Multiple Terminals with HD-SDI Compatibility*
The PT-DZ6710E/DZ6700E has an array of terminals – two RGB
inputs including a 5-BNC connector, a serial in/out terminal, one
S-video input, two remote in terminals, one remote out terminal, one
DVI-D (HDCP [High-Bandwidth Digital Content Protection] compliant),
and control capability – to support a broad range of projection needs.
Using the serial terminal (RS232C), it is possible to connect and
operate AMX and Crestron control systems with ease. In addition, the
PT-DZ6710E/DZ6710EL accommodate the HD/SD-SDI input signals
that are widely used in broadcasting.
Source
Overlapping image edges
PT-DZ6710E/DZ6700E
Edge Blending
The edges of adjacent screens can be
blended and their luminance controlled.
Colour Matching
This function corrects for slight variations
in the colour reproduction range of
individual projectors. The PC software
assures easy, accurate control.
Multi-screen
Processor
The PT-DZ6710E/DZ6700E can project
large, multi-screen images without any
additional equipment. Up to 100 units
(10 x 10) can be edge-blended at a time.
*PT-DZ6710E/DZ6710EL only.
LAN Terminal 8 Remote 2 Input
9 Serial Input
Video Input
S-Video Input 10 Serial Output
11 HD/SD-SDI Input
RGB 1 Input
(PT-DZ6710E
RGB 2 Input
and DZ6710EL)
DVI-D (HDCP
Compatible) Input
7 Remote 1 Input and Output
1
2
3
4
5
5
6
1
2
3
7
4
8
9
5
10
6
11
Rental & Staging
Classroom
Conference room
Museum
The PT-DZ6710E/DZ6700E boasts superior image quality, flexible installation, and easy maintenance,
making either model an ideal choice for use in classrooms, museums, conference rooms, and much more.
2
Projection distance
PT-DZ6710E/DZ6710EL
Power supply
Power consumption
DLP™ chip
Lens
PT-DZ6700E/DZ6700EL
220–240 V AC 50/60 Hz
800 W (960 VA), Standby mode eco* : 0.3 W
Standby mode normal: 9 W (Both with fan stopped)
1
Panel size
Display method
Pixels
PT-DZ6710E/DZ6700E
PT-DZ6710EL/DZ6700EL
0.67˝ diagonal (16:10 aspect ratio)
DLP™ chip x 1, DLP™ system
2,304,000 (1,920 x 1,200) x 1, total of 2,304,000 pixels
Powered zoom/focus lenses (1.8–2.4:1), F 1.7–2.0, f 26.8–35.7 mm
Optional powered zoom/focus lenses
300 W UHM lamps (x 2) (dual-lamp system)
50–600 inches (50–200 inches with the ET-DLE055), 16:10 aspect ratio
6,000 lumens (dual-lamp, high power mode)
90%
2,000:1 (full on/full off, contrast mode: high)*3
1,920 x 1,200 pixels
Horizontal: 15–91 kHz, Vertical: 50–85 Hz, Dot clock: 162 MHz or lower
525i (480i), 625i (576i), 525p (480p), 625p (576p), 750 (720)/60p,
750 (720)/50p, 1035/60i, 1125 (1080)/60i, 1125 (1080)/50i,
1080/25p, 1080/24p, 1080/24sF, 1080/30p, 1080/60p, 1080/50p
Lamp
Screen size
Brightness*2
Centre-to-corner uniformity*2
Contrast*2
Resolution
Scanning
RGB / DVI-D
frequency
YPBPR (YCBCR)
S-Video / Video
Optical axis shift
Keystone correction range
Installation
Terminals*5 HD/SD-SDI IN
DVI-D IN
RGB 1/YPBPR IN
RGB 2/YPBPR IN
VIDEO IN
S-VIDEO IN
SERIAL IN
SERIAL OUT
REMOTE 1 IN
REMOTE 1 OUT
REMOTE 2 IN
LAN
Power cord length
Cabinet material
Dimensions PT-DZ6710E/DZ6700E
(W x H x D)
PT-DZ6710EL/DZ6700EL
Weight*6
PT-DZ6710E/DZ6700E
PT-DZ6710EL/DZ6700EL
Operating temperature
Operating humidity
Supplied accessories
Screen size (16:10)
Diagonal
image
size
50"
80"
100"
150"
200"
300"
400"
500"
600"
50"
Vertical: +50% (powered), horizontal: ±10% (powered)
Vertical: ±40° (±30° with the ET-DLE055)*4
Ceiling/floor, front/rear
BNC
—
100"
min.
1,901mm
6.3'
3,086mm
10.2'
3,876mm
12.8'
5,851mm
19.2'
7,827mm
25.7'
11,777mm
38.7'
15,728mm
51.7'
19,679mm
64.6'
23,629mm
77.6'
max.
2,571mm
8.5'
4,158mm
13.7'
5,215mm
17.2'
7,860mm
25.8'
10,504mm
34.5'
15,793mm
51.9'
21,082mm
69.2'
26,371mm
86.6'
31,660mm
103.9'
With ET-DLE250
2.3-3.6:1
min.
max.
2,418mm 3,865mm
8.0'
12.7'
3,916mm 6,232mm
12.9'
20.5'
4,915mm 7,810mm
16.2'
25.7'
7,413mm 11,754mm
24.4'
38.6'
9,910mm 15,699mm
32.6'
51.6'
14,905mm 23,588mm
49.0'
77.4'
19,900mm 31,477mm
65.3'
103.3'
24,895mm 39,366mm
81.7'
129.2'
29,890mm 47,255mm
98.1'
155.1'
1,956mm
6.5'
3,174mm
10.5'
3,986mm
13.1'
6,016mm
19.8'
8,046mm
26.4'
12,107mm
39.8'
16,167mm
53.1'
20,228mm
66.4'
24,288mm
79.7'
2,645mm
8.7'
4,275mm
14.1'
5,362mm
17.6'
8,080mm
26.6'
10,798mm
35.5'
16,234mm
53.3'
21,670mm
71.1'
27,106mm
89.0'
32,542mm
106.8'
2,487mm
8.2'
4,027mm
13.3'
5,054mm
16.6'
7,621mm
25.1'
10,188mm
33.5'
15,322mm
50.3'
20,456mm
67.2'
25,590mm
84.0'
30,723mm
100.8'
80"
150"
200"
300"
400"
500"
600"
1,416mm
4.7'
2,298mm
7.6'
2,885mm
9.5'
4,355mm
14.3'
5,825mm
19.2'
8,764mm
28.8'
11,704mm
38.4'
14,643mm
48.1'
17,582mm
57.7'
2,070mm
6.8'
3,343mm
11.0'
4,191mm
13.8'
6,311mm
20.8'
8,431mm
27.7'
12,671mm
41.6'
16,912mm
55.5'
21,152mm
69.4'
25,393mm
83.4'
3,975mm
13.1'
6,407mm
21.1'
8,029mm
26.4'
12,083mm
39.7'
16,137mm
53.0'
24,246mm
79.6'
32,354mm
106.2'
40,462mm
132.8'
48,571mm
159.4'
With
ET-DLE055
0.8:1
828mm
2.7'
1,353mm
4.5'
1,703mm
5.6'
2,578mm
8.5'
3,454mm
11.4'
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—
—
—
—
—
3,911mm
12.9'
6,339mm
20.8'
7,958mm
26.2'
12,004mm
39.4'
16,051mm
52.7'
24,144mm
79.3'
32,236mm
105.8'
40,329mm
132.4'
48,422mm
158.9'
5,824mm
19.2'
9,500mm
31.2'
11,950mm
39.3'
18,076mm
59.4'
24,202mm
79.5'
36,454mm
119.6'
48,706mm
159.8'
60,957mm
200.0'
73,209mm
240.2'
852mm
2.8'
1,392mm
4.6'
1,752mm
5.8'
2,651mm
8.7'
3,551mm
11.7'
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5,980mm
19.7'
9,649mm
31.7'
12,094mm
39.7'
18,209mm
59.8'
24,323mm
79.8'
36,552mm
120.0'
48,781mm
160.1'
61,010mm
200.2'
73,239mm
240.3'
9,385mm
30.8'
15,196mm
49.9'
19,070mm
62.6'
28,754mm
94.4'
38,439mm
126.2'
57,808mm
189.7'
77,177mm
253.3'
96,546mm
316.8'
115,915mm
380.3'
unit: mm [inch]
Lens
Zoom lens
ET-DLE250
(2.3 – 3.6:1)
With ET-DLE450
5.4-8.6:1
min.
max.
5,659mm 9,123mm
18.6'
30.0'
9,235mm 14,777mm
30.3'
48.5'
11,619mm 18,546mm
38.2'
60.9'
17,579mm 27,968mm
57.7'
91.8'
23,539mm 37,391mm
77.3'
122.7'
35,460mm 56,236mm
116.4'
184.6'
47,380mm 75,081mm
155.5'
246.4'
59,300mm 93,926mm
194.6'
308.2'
71,221mm 112,771mm
233.7'
370.0'
Dimensions
Optional accessories
Zoom lens
ET-DLE150
(1.3 – 1.9:1)
With ET-DLE350
3.6-5.4:1
min.
max.
3,802mm 5,815mm
12.5'
19.1'
6,164mm 9,384mm
20.3'
30.8'
7,739mm 11,764mm
25.4'
38.6'
11,676mm 17,713mm
38.4'
58.2'
15,613mm 23,662mm
51.3'
77.7'
23,487mm 35,560mm
77.1'
116.7'
31,361mm 47,458mm
102.9'
155.8'
39,235mm 59,356mm
128.8'
194.8'
47,109mm 71,255mm
154.6'
233.8'
175 (6-7/8)
*1 During eco standby mode operation, network functions such as standby-on from a LAN network and the serial output terminal will
not operate. *2 Measurement, measuring conditions, and method of notation all comply with ISO 21118 international standards.
*3 Brightness: 3,000 lumens *4 PT-DZ6710E/DZ6710EL: When using only the KEYSTONE correction of the Geometric Adjustment
function, keystone range: vertical ±40°, horizontal ±15° (vertical ±30° and horizontal ±15° with the ET-DLE055). When using both
the KEYSTONE and CURVED corrections of the Geometric Adjustment function, keystone range: vertical ±5°, horizontal ±5° (vertical
±10° and horizontal ±10° with the ET-DLE350, and vertical ±10° and horizontal ±15° with the ET-DLE450). *5 The HD/SYNC and
VD inputs do not accept the tri-level sync signal. *6 Average value. May differ depending on models.
Throw distance
With supplied lens
Screen size (16:9)
Horizontal: 15.75/15.63 kHz, Vertical: 50/60 Hz,
(NTSC, NTSC4.43, PAL, PAL60, PAL-N, PAL-M, SECAM)
DVI-D 24-pin
BNC x 5
D-sub HD 15-pin
BNC
Mini DIN 4-pin
D-sub 9-pin (RS-232C compliant)
D-sub 9-pin
M3 jack
M3 jack
D-sub 9-pin
RJ-45 for network connection, 10Base-T/100Base-TX, compliant with PJLink™
3.0 m (9´10˝)
Molded plastic
498 mm x 175 mm x 440 mm (19-19/32˝ x 6-7/8˝ x 17-5/16˝) (with supplied lens)
498 mm x 175 mm x 432 mm (19-19/32˝ x 6-7/8˝ x 17˝) (without lens)
Approx. 16.0 kg (35.3 lbs) (with supplied lens)
Approx. 15.2 kg (33.5 lbs) (without lens)
0–45 °C (32–113 °F)
20–80 % (no condensation)
Power cord, Wireless/wired remote control unit, Batteries for remote control (R6/LR6 type x 2), Wire rope
With ET-DLE150
1.3-1.9:1
min.
max.
1,376mm 2,013mm
4.6'
6.7'
2,234mm 3,251mm
7.4'
10.7'
2,806mm 4,076mm
9.3'
13.4'
4,236mm 6,139mm
13.9'
20.2'
5,666mm 8,202mm
18.6'
27.0'
8,526mm 12,327mm
28.0'
40.5'
11,386mm 16,453mm
37.4'
54.0'
14,245mm 20,579mm
46.8'
67.6'
17,105mm 24,704mm
56.2'
81.1'
440 (17-5/16)
Models
432 (17)
Specifications
Zoom lens
ET-DLE350
(3.6 – 5.4:1)
Zoom lens
ET-DLE450
(5.4 – 8.6:1)
Fixed focus lens
ET-DLE055
(0.8:1)
498 (19-19/32)
NOTES ON USE
Lamp
Filter
Ceiling mount bracket
Replacement lamp unit
ET-LAD60
ET-LAD60W (twin pack)
Replacement filter unit
ET-ACF100
ET-PKD56H (for high ceilings)
ET-PKD55S (for low ceilings)
ET-PKD55S
ET-PKD56H
®
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.
• Never place objects on top of the projector while it is operation.
• Make sure there is an unobstructed space of 500 mm (1.64 feet) 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 atone 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 openings.
* Even when the ambient temperature near the intake opening is 40 ˚C (104 ˚F) 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.
4. If the projector is to be operated continuously 24 hours a day, use the dual-lamp optical system's alternating lamp operation (lamp changer) function. The projector cannot
be operated continuously 24 hours a day in dual-lamp mode. Allow a minimum of two hours per day of non-operation time per lamp if using the dual-lamp 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 greatly depending on individual lamp characteristics and usage conditions.
• The brightness of the lamp will gradually decrease with use.
For more information about Panasonic projectors
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EC98J2010
Factories of Systems Business Group have received
ISO14001:2004-the Environmental Management
System certification. (Except for 3rd party's peripherals.)
Weights and dimensions shown are approximate. Specifications are subject to change without notice.
This product may be subject to export regulations.
An application has been filed for trademark rights, or trademark rights have been granted,
for PJLink in Japan, United States of America and other countries and area.
All other trademarks are the property of their respective trademark owners. Projection Images simulated.
DLP, DLP logo and DLP Medallion logo are trademarks or registered trademarks of Texas Instruments.
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All information included here is valid as of February 2010.
PT-DZ6700E3 Printed in Japan.